Building for Better
Often times, elementary school students find the transition to high school intimidating. To eliminate this fear Building for Better presents itself as a support system program being introduced to North America. Building for Better is a High School to Elementary School initiative, that allows high school students to go elementary schools and help students develop solid foundations to grow in four different categories; academics, athletics, arts, and social skills. Each category offers a unique and different set of skills to be developed as a result of the great spectrum of expertise that B4B can offer to make the experience for the elementary school students and our volunteers one that they will not forget nor regret. Building for Better has an objective to develop students' knowledge, abilities and skills so that they can assist their elementary school to gain the utmost success, whether it be: in teams and/or clubs, school work, contests, or in any other aspect of high school. Together we can Build a Better future for whomever takes part in this program, allowing for the potential of a well-rounded individual who can prove to be successful in all aspects of life. Building for Better also has a prospective goal of setting a Guinness World Record for being the largest high school to elementary program to ever exist.
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For the year of 2015 - 2016 the selected elementary schools are:
Tuesdays: 1hr. - 1 1/2hrs. (Spring of 2016)
Thursdays: 1hr. - 1 1/2hrs. (Spring of 2016)
Conclusion of each session is based on the Team Leader's decision - notices will be given ahead of time.
How can I join?
Announcements of joining the roster will be released in early January to early February!
Founder and President: Ebad Javed
Senior Public Relations Officer: Bradley Au
Senior Media Relations Officer: William Sinclair
Senior Technician Officer: Mohammed Nasir
Senior Contract Officer: Zahra Mohamed
Senior Operations Coordinator Officer: Drew Lindsey
Senior Finance Officer: Nikhil Pai
Secretary: Brianna Amenta