Community Program Welcomes New Staff

Community Program Welcomes New Staff
Wednesday, June 1, 2016

 

Colleen Schroth joined the Big Brothers Big Sisters team as an Interview Match Support Specialist for the Community-Based mentoring programs!

Colleen Schroth is a recent graduate of the Class of 2016 at Framingham State University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts with a minor in Spanish. Colleen started out at Framingham State knowing that she wanted to eventually work in a role that would allow her to better the community, a desire driven by her longtime passion for community service work. While studying Organizational and Corporate Communication, she quickly figured out that she could turn her passion for community service into a career by working in the non-profit sector. In her Senior year, Colleen was an intern at the United Way of Tri-County, located only a few yards away from Big Brothers Big Sisters in Framingham. In this role, Colleen had firsthand experience working at a local nonprofit and working with children. 

In the job search process, Colleen knew she wanted to work at a local nonprofit bettering the lives of children in the community. When she heard about a position at Big Brothers Big Sisters which would let her work locally, help kids, and use her skills in Spanish she knew it was the perfect fit for her.  Colleen is excited to be a part of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass/ MetroWest team as an Interview/ Match Support Specialist for Community Programs and looks forward to working hard to help children reach their full potential!