Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-01-13 14:07:42 –
View: Full Interview with Angela Reid Padilla, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters in Central New Mexico
Albuquerque, NY (KRQE) – January is National Mentoring Month, and Big Brothers Big Sisters celebrates current adult volunteer mentors and encourages new volunteers to enroll in mentoring programs. Angela Reid Padilla, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters in central New Mexico, discusses what she’s doing this month and what she wants from her mentor.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is a non-profit organization that builds and maintains a quality one-on-one mentoring relationship between adult volunteer mentors called “Bigs” and young people aged 6-18 years called “Little”. BBBS strives to help all children succeed in life, realize their potential and build the future.
To become a mentor, fill out the online contact form. BBBS staff will contact you. You can submit the complete application later.
BBBS considers all children, families and mentors of the Big Brothers Big Sisters in central New Mexico for race, color, religion, country of origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender and gender identity. It states that it needs to be included. Veteran status or failure.
For more information on becoming a mentor and match guidelines, please visit bbbs-cnm.org/volunteer.
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