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March 12 Advocacy Day, Capitol Club of Columbus
March 20 What Role can you Play in Preserving the Local Watershed? Wittenberg University
March 28 OAN Training: 21st Century Learning Center Proposal
March 28 Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities 8am-3:30 Click Here for more info
April 15 Grant Advisory Meeting
April 30 Community Partner Luncheon: Registration Only
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Check out Measurement Tools for Evaluating Out-of-School Time Programs: An Evaluation Resource, prepared by the Harvard Family Research project. Click Here to view.
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Simply put mentoring is an investment in one of our community's most vital assets. Our children. Big Brothers Big Sisters matches provide a constructive, encouraging way to help children find their way to a positive future. Our Littles have higher self-esteem, a more positive attitude and they are more optimistic about the future.
A Big Brothers Big Sisters' match is carefully administered and supported by rigourous standards and trained professionals. However, those professionals are much more than "matchmakers". They provide ongoing support and supervision to the Big, the Little, and the Littles' family. No special qualification or experience is required, just a desire to make a difference in a young life and forever change two lives in the process. To learn more about volunteering call Big Brothers Big Sisters 937.390.9900 or contact Linda Shaffer at firstname.lastname@example.org