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Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentor 2.0 Program for High School Students

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentor
2.0 Program for High School
Students
By: James Ahern Laidlaw

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentor 2.0 Program for High
School Students
Since 2010, James “Jimmy” Ahern has served Laidlaw an...

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentor 2.0 Program for High
School Students
Active in communities across the United States, the B...
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  1. 1. Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentor 2.0 Program for High School Students By: James Ahern Laidlaw
  2. 2. Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentor 2.0 Program for High School Students Since 2010, James “Jimmy” Ahern has served Laidlaw and Company, Ltd., in New York City as a managing partner and the head of capital markets. Outside his professional responsibilities with Laidlaw, James Ahern sits on the board of overseers for the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay.
  3. 3. Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentor 2.0 Program for High School Students Active in communities across the United States, the Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) enriches the lives of underserved children ages 7 to 12 by partnering them with adult mentors who provide support, guidance, and inspiration. Additionally, the organization’s Mentor2.0 program aids adolescents at the secondary-education level, leveraging modern technology to help low-income and first-generation high school students succeed. It uses a proprietary web-based platform to allow students to communicate with mentors on a weekly basis, in addition to monthly appointments at school for both a group meeting and a one-on-one session. Of the 10,000 students currently participating in Mentor2.0, 88 percent of them are expected to receive a college degree. For more information about Mentor2.0 or other BBBS programs, visit www.bbbsmb.org.

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