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Great organization that has a direct impact on the community it serves. BBBS offers you great opportunities to work with local community members, from all socio-economic backgrounds, and is very well-regarded company to work for.
MSS positions do require patience, long hours, and willingness to be available to your clients on evenings and weekends. For some it could be too demanding.
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Getting an Interview
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I applied online – interviewed at Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.
Was contacted for a phone interview, the person interviewing went down a checklist of questions and never once asked about my skills but went on and on about why I wanted to work for the organization and what I thought the position included and what I expected about salary. At the end I felt really confused about what I was really applying for as the person on the phone never once really explained the position well. Interviews are suppose to be a two way street but she made it seem like it was just a one way street. HR didn't even bother to send me an email or any notice about not being offered the position which is highly unprofessional.
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These siblings wrote the book on youth mentoring. Big Brothers Big Sisters of America establishes and supervises mentoring relationships between adults and children ages five to 18. Its network of some 400 local agencies serves more than 250,000 youths. It pairs at-risk youth with adults for casual interactions like going to movies, sporting events, parks, and just being together. Adults, or "Bigs," are interviewed, screened, trained, and approved by the parent or guardian of the "Littles." Agency staff makes matches and a caseworker stays in touch with the pair to make...