Community House Big Sibs

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This information is intended for prospective student volunteers.
If you are a parent: Please consult our "For Parents" page.

Community House Big Sibs is a mentorship project connecting Princeton University students with elementary students from the Princeton Public Schools with the mission of closing Princeton's minority achievement gap. Mentors build long-term relationships with their Little Sib, who they are paired with for four years, and help foster academic, social and emotional growth. Events occur two Saturdays a month, and the curriculum includes activities focused on literacy, team building, and recreation. Community House Big Sibs will meet on October 6, October 13, November 10, November 17, December 1, and December 8.

For more information or to get involved, please contact Project Leaders Caroline Lippman (clippman@princeton.edu) or Julia Herrle (jherrle@princeton.edu).