On April 8, members of the Northampton Community College (NCC) student group Brother2BrotherSister2Sister took on the role of big brothers and sisters when they visited the Children's Home of Easton. They were there to talk to the children about what it takes to succeed as college students and shared stories of their own successes and struggles.
"The group is very interested in community service and many of them are from Easton," Matthew Bartholomew, NCC counselor and advisor to the group, said. "It was a wonderful community partnership and amazing to see our students interact with the children and encourage them to attend college."
The mission statement of Brother2BrotherSister2Sister is:
Brother2Brother Sister2Sister is a college wide initiative developed to support the educational success and cultural development Pan African students at NCC. We promote a supportive and inclusive community, while also intellectually challenging our Pan African students to reach their educational potential on campus. Members have an opportunity to do the following; explore their own cultural identity, meet a variety of members of the campus community while connecting to campus resources and participate in educational, social and culture events on and off campus. The Core Values established by the group are as follows; Diversity, Education, Integrity, Outreach, Service, Success and Unity, All students and members of the NCC Community are welcome to attend.
For more information about the group, contact Matthew Bartholomew, group advisor, at email@example.com.