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Native American Mentoring
We recognize how important it is for Native American children to have positive role models in their lives—volunteers that understand their circumstances and can help guide them toward a more positive future. It’s so critical, in fact, that we’ve created the Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Native American Mentoring Initiative.
The initiative is designed to both encourage and recruit greater numbers of Native American children and adults to participate. The program is run under the guidance of formal and informal American Indian/Alaska Native Advisors and elders, American Indian/Alaska Native board members and community organizations to help ensure our programmatic approaches are culturally relevant, strategic and sustainable for the future.
Become a Native American Advisor or Board member, or help create a partnership with a Native American tribe, organization or business. Contact your local Big Brothers Big Sisters agency >
For more information about Native American Mentoring please contact Ivy Wright-Bryan, National Director of Native American Mentoring Initiatives, at Ivy.Wright-Bryan@bbbs.org or call (215) 665-7765.