Mentoring Workshop - Cross-Difference Mentoring

February 10, 2021
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
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Webinar - Details will be sent to registrants after registration and prior to webinar.

What You Will Learn

This workshop will feature a discussion with Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City (BBBS-NYC) on how mentoring across differences (age, sex, gender, race, culture, different abilities, etc.) can provide a more fulfilling experience for both mentors and mentees. 

Leaders from BBBS-NYC and a panel of "Bigs" (as their mentors are called) will share methods for preparing yourself, breaking the ice, creating rapport, and building a successful mentoring partnership - with anyone, from any background. This will be a highly participative discussion, so please bring your questions and experiences.


Our panel of speakers will be led by Aaron Frager, BBBS-NYC’s Associate Director of Volunteer Recruitment & Outreach. The panel will also include two volunteer Bigs and BBBS-NYC’s director of training.  

Aaron Frager, BBBS-NYC, Associate Director of Volunteer Recruitment & Outreach

Aaron Frager has been a recruitment and community outreach professional with Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City for nearly two years. Aaron earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Culture & Deviance Studies from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice and is currently working on a Masters of Science degree at Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business.


6:00-6:15 PM – Introductions
6:15-7:30 PM – Panel Discussion
7:30-8:00 PM – Q&A


PMI-certified participants will earn 2.0 PDU’s (leadership).


Please contact Jack Davis, Director of Mentoring Programs, at [email protected].


$0.00 Mentor Ticket

$5.00 (Non-Mentor) Member Ticket

$15.00 Non Member Guest Ticket