So many ways to get started
Looking to get involved? Whether you’re interested in volunteering to mentor a child, donating, or enrolling your child, Big Brothers Big Sisters offers several types of programs in communities throughout our service area.
Big Brothers Big Sisters offers a variety of programs to meet volunteer and child needs.
Click on one of the links below to learn more about each of these programs. *Note: Not all programs are available in all areas.
Community-Based Program Spending time together out in the local community is primarily how Bigs and Littles develop their relationship. After all, to change a child’s perspective of the world, it helps to spend some time out in it.
Sometimes the best place for enjoying activities together is at the child’s school. And, the best part is, it can be a great learning experience, in or out of the classroom. (Available in Otero and San Juan Counties only.
Mentor2.0 provides mentors to 9th-12th grade students who have plans to pursue education after high school. This is the perfect mentoring program for the busy professional. Only available in the Albuquerque Metro Area.
Big Brothers Big Sisters has partnered with Boys & Girls Club to provide quality mentoring in a space young people spend much of their free time - the Club. (Available in Albuquerque only)
Crossroads is an enhanced community-based mentoring program designed specifically to provide mentors to tweens and teens in our community. (Available in the Albuquerque Metro Area Only)
High School Bigs
The High School Bigs program engages high school students as peer mentors for elementary school youth. (Available in Otero & San Juan Counties Only)
Big Brothers Big Sisters Post-Secondary Success Program
Mentor3.0 combines the individual support of a mentor, the expertise of staff and high quality resources and events to create an ecosystem of support for mentor2.0 high school graduates.