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Littles to the Big League!
On Wednesday, April 27th the Chicago Cubs hosted the Milwaukee Brewers as well as Bigs and Littles from our Pedersen-McCormick Boys and Girls Club program. The game was postponed due to rain, but it didn’t stop our visitors from an unforgettable experience at Wrigley Field. Click “more”
BBBSMC received the GuideStar Nonprofit Profile Gold level logo, a leading symbol of transparency and accountability provided by GuideStar, the world’s largest source of information on nonprofits. The logo demonstrates our deep commitment to nonprofit transparency and accountability. Click “more”
Check out this wonderful video from the Chicago Housing Authority featuring highlights of our workplace mentoring program, and the impact that 16 matches have already seen since kicking off this program in February! Click"more"
that time of year again! Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago is in
the midst of our Bowl For Kids’ Sake season. We’ve kicked off the season with 7 Bowl For Kids’ Sake events so far,
partnering with companies such as CDW, Sun Trading, Sysmex and more, raising over
$200,600 and counting for our mentoring programs. Click "more"
On Saturday, March 19, 2016 many of our Community Based matches attended
our “Got Culture” event at Roosevelt University. Matches participated in an
interactive dance and art workshop along with a fun outdoor scavenger hunt
around the loop. Click “more”
BBBSMC Launch Two New Flex Mentoring Pilot Programs
This February, BBBSMC will launch two new Flex Mentoring pilot programs. Employees from AT&T and Accenture will be paired with high school students at Tilden Career Community Academy and UIC College Prep in one-on-one mentoring relationships that take place over a secure, monitored, online platform and in group supervised settings. BBBSMC developed the Flex Mentoring pilot program in partnership with iCouldBe. Click “more”
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