Agency News

Bigs in Blue Kickoff

 

Toms River Police Department and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County announce their Bigs In Blue partnership. Thirty-five children, 12 police officers, and Chief Mitch Little along with Sue Sedivec, CEO of BBBSOC and her staff participated in a kick off of the new program.  Activities included team building, kickball, an old fashioned wheel barrel race and much more. There were smiles, high fives, and a good time was had by all. MORE

 

BBBSOC Announced as Gold Standard Winner

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County (BBBSOC) is proud to announce that Big Brothers Big Sisters Nationwide Leadership Council identified BBBSOC as a winner of the Big Brothers Big Sisters 2016 Gold Standard Award for their leadership, growth, and dedication to helping area youth. This is especially exciting for BBBSOC as they are celebrating their 20th Anniversary, 20 years of changing the lives of children in Ocean County. MORE

 

CEO Sue Sedivec Addresses 1,200 Members of Air National Guard

 

    

Colonel Andrew Keane, 108th Wing Commander of the New Jersey Air National Guard invited Sue Sedivec. a  member of the Honorary Commanders’ Program and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County (BBBSOC), to address the Guard during the recent bi-annual Commander’s Call at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ (JB MDL). MORE

 

NJNG Project Venture

 

 

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County (BBBSOC) celebrated with the employees of New Jersey Natural Gas at the conclusion of their 2016-2017 Project Venture program (Workplace Mentoring) at a luncheon recently held at the company’s facility. Each employee mentor gives their time and talent to broaden the children’s exposure to potential job possibilities; ability to acquire career skills; and learn rules, norms, and expectations of the workplace. MORE

 

BlueClaws Honors Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County

 

The BlueClaws honored Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County (BBBSOC) during the recent Hagerstown game for the work the agency does on behalf of the children and families of Ocean County.

Tickets were provided to the mentors (Bigs) and children (Littles) to enjoy the fun-filled evening. The first pitch was thrown by Little, Josh, as the Bigs, Littles, and staff of BBBSOC cheered him on. It was an exciting game with the BlueClaws winning 5 – 4. MORE