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Big Sib/Little Sib Mentoring Program at Poly
Prospective Students

Welcome! We are so glad that you are considering attending one of the finest schools in the State of Maryland!  We have a mentoring program that would be a great asset to you as you transition from middle school to high school.  The Big Sib/Lil Sib Mentoring Program is available to students to provide assistance with academics, mental wellness, and promoting positive relationship building.  We will partner you with someone who is an upperclassmen who will work closely with you to help guide you through Poly. You and your Big Sib will attend fun-based programs, receive academic assistance, meet our amazing alumni and become the new leaders of Poly!

Current Students

Welcome back for another magnificent year at Baltimore Polytechnic! This year we are continuing with the Big Sib/Lil Sib Mentoring Program.  This program is in place to provide assistance to incoming freshmen as well as sophomores and upperclassmen.  Being a part of this program will expose you to different careers, provide opportunities to meet alumni, and help you build wonderful relationships with your fellow poly Engineers. 
 
We will have fun interactive sessions with alumni, complete community service projects, and work on strategies to help with your academics.  There will also be outside team building events, such as bowling, skating, and a pizza party.  This will be the perfect opportunity for you to not only learn how to be an excellent student but to also build life-long friendships!  If you are interested in signing up as a “lil sib” (freshmen or sophomore) or as a “big sib” (junior or senior), please visit Mrs. Leggett-Greene in Room 113.

Poly Parents

The Big Sib/Lil Sib Mentoring Program works in conjunction with BPI administration and the Guidance Office to address and provide resolutions in areas of need that the students may experience.  In this program, through rigorous examination, administration along with the program’s community advisors, will pair underclassmen with upperclassmen.  The upperclassmen will be the student leaders, showing the incoming freshmen and sophomore’s examples of excellent students.  Through academic workshops, community service, and alumni presentation, students will have the opportunity to see what Poly prides itself in.  The goal of the program is to mentor and mold upcoming leaders in school and the community.

We look forward to working with your student. If you have any questions, concerns or are interested in working with us as a volunteer, please contact Mrs. Leggett-Greene.
 
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