5 million for BBBS
of NYC's mentoring programs, which currently serve more than 5,500 young people across the five boroughs each year.
figures out ways to recognize employee achievement on a more regular basis by asking the employees what they appreciate.
provides children facing adversity with strong, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Nearly 700 college students in the Greater Worcester area give their time each week to mentor a child facing adversity,'' said Jeffrey Chin, CEO of BBBS
Three, ninety minute interviews were completed by one of the two IMRP principal investigators with pairs consisting of one case worker and one supervisor from the two BBBS
programs and from the FIC program.
During Haughey's tenure as chair of the board of directors, Koch said, BBBS
Tampa Bay has served a record number of 2,200 children.
Instead of managing marketing campaigns, BBBS
used the solution to monitor volunteer/child matches; rather than generating sales reports, BBBS
can now produce reports on the level of need per school district.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America honored Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeast Alaska (BBBS
) with its 2006 CEO of the Year award during the BBBS
national conference in Indianapolis, Ind.
In 2002, NSSF awarded Kansas BBBS
a grant for $35,000 as part of an initial partnership to expand the program in that state.
In an interview with ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT, Janice McKenzie-Crayton, president and CEO, BBBS
of Metro Atlanta, shares the details of how the local agencies are creating a new delivery model that translates the vision of the national board into reality.
P/PV's study found that participants in BBBS
programmes were less likely to start using drugs and alcohol and less likely to hit someone, and that their school attendance and performance, attitudes toward completing schoolwork and peer and family relationships all improved.
The event will be chaired by BBBS
Board Members Paul N.