Building student involvement, fostering civic engagement and enhancing community service to advance public health. 

Tuesday, November 9th, Noon,  Mentor 2.0 Big Brother Big Sister Health Science mentoring program:

Mentor2.0 is a technology-enhanced one-to-one mentoring program that provides transformative 1-1 support for low-income and first-generation high school students to prepare them for high school success, college matriculation and workforce readiness. This program makes it easier than ever to become a Big through weekly online communication and monthly in-person meetings. We work with Boston Green Academy in Brighton and the Edward Kennedy Academy of Health Careers in the Fenway area, both accessible by car and the Green Line, and the Community Academy of Science and Health in Dorchester, accessible by car and the Red Line.

Please join this virtual information session to learn more about becoming a mentor!  Use the QR code in the attached flier or visit:  – NOTE: The info session is Virtual but the volunteer experience is hybrid, with weekly virtual check-ins AND monthly in-person meetings.