Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County and the Inland Empire

About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County and the Inland Empire

Big Brothers Big Sisters believes every child is born with potential. Yet, one-third of the nation's youth are growing up without a mentor who can help them overcome challenges such as poverty, unstable housing, absentee parents and lack of access to educational resources.

Big Brothers Big Sisters provides youth facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships. With a mentor, youth are able to achieve milestones such as high school graduation, set postsecondary goals and strive for long-term success as they achieve their full potential.

The agency draws its strength from its staff, so employee development and engagement is a top priority. We are also a strengths-based organization, with an on-staff Gallup-certified Strengthsfinder coach who works with each employee to harness their top strengths to learn, grow, develop and achieve personal and professional success. Employees are invited to spearhead and join committees focused on retention, engagement and wellness. Generous benefits include employer matched retirement plans, free health and dental insurance, generous time off and staff appreciation activities.

Regional Employees
Santa Ana, CA
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Big Brothers Big Sisters GREEN Committee celebrates our employees, providing birthday surprises, taco Mondays, meaningful lunch and learns and more.

Big Brothers Big Sisters professional staff upholds the agency's core values of unity, balance, dynamism, trust and empowerment.

Big Brothers Big Sisters employees ignite potential for local youth through our impactful mentoring programs.

Big Brothers Big Sisters has a wellness committee that supports the physical, mental and financial well-being of employees with events like yoga and meditation sessions, budgeting lunch and learns, and complimentary fitness classes.

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