Starting a new chapter in life and embarking on an adventure full of changes, going off to college can be challenging. Your young adult will have many struggles during their first year away from home at that big university but parents, you'll be in need of some guidance as well.
You have a chance to build memories and a life long friendship with a child. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Minnesota is looking for more mentor volunteers. The organization works to pair kids in the central Minnesota area with a caring adult, that will be a positive influence on the child.
St. Cloud State Univerisity, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Minnesota, and the St. Cloud Area School District have partnered together to bring a mentoring initiative to St. Cloud State, to encourage young kids to continue their education beyond high school.
Sartell-St. Stephen high school senior Nicole Yang has recently been recognized by the St. Cloud Optimist Club for making a difference in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program. Yang was recognized for her recruitment efforts in the program.