Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Fond du Lac County is excited to announce the hiring of Joscelyn Deanovich as the new Community Based Program Coordinator.

“We are thrilled to have Joscelyn on board,” said Tammy Young, Executive Director of BBBS.  “Joscelyn brings with her a wealth of knowledge and is very well connected within the Fond du Lac Community.  She is a high energy, compassionate, go getter and is excited to work with the Bigs and Littles in our program.  Big Brothers Big Sisters is in serious growth mode and hiring Joscelyn will have an immediate and positive impact on our program.  She is ready to jump in and make a BIG difference,” said Young.

With a degree in psychology and over 20 years of mentoring children through athletics, Joscelyn will recruit adult volunteers, interview and match both Bigs and Littles and continue their journey with them through match support.  “I love knowing the children in our community get a chance to learn and grow as individuals through their experiences and relationships with Big Brothers Big Sisters,” said Joscelyn, Community Based Program Coordinator with BBBS.  “I look forward to digging in and getting to know our Bigs and Littles.  Quality, long-term matches are the basis for the BBBS program.  I can’t wait to get started!”

Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) is a United Way agency that assists children with social, emotional and character development through one-to-one mentoring relationships with caring adults.  Children in the program come from a wide variety of backgrounds, many coming from single parent households, living at or below poverty level.  Big Brothers Big Sisters matches children with Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Big Couples or Big Families in a community or school based program.  Children aged 6 through 13 can enroll in the program through a parent or guardian referral.  Volunteers need to be at least 18 years old and have a valid driver’s license for the community based program, 16 years old for the school based program.  For more information about the program or to volunteer, call 920-922-8200.