Belmont students have formed the first Big Brothers Big Sisters student chapter in the state of Tennessee. The Belmont Bigs Organization has partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee. This new campus organization will support students who are serving as a Big Brother or Big Sister or who have expressed an interest in serving as a Big. Belmont students are serving as mentors to help school aged children reach their full potential. The student officers who formed the organization are: Hannah Gentiles, Pres., Autumn Nelson, V.P, and Laura Gulker, Treasurer. The faculty and staff co-advisors are Patricia Jacobs and Mark Schenkel.
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