Mentoring relationships come in all shapes and sizes; Wrestling Based Youth Development at BTSNE amplifies youth voices through sports and mentorship. YOU make this possible.
There is no better time to recognize and thank all the people who inspire us than during #MentoringMonth!
Across BTSNE we are celebrating 40 mentor-coaches who support over 350 student-athletes.
Celebrate this January with us to spread awareness through #MentoringAmplifies. Reach out and thank someone special in your life for Thank Your Mentor Day, on January 27, that helped you be where you are today!
Don't forget on January 17, we celebrate acts of service on Dr. Martin Luther King Day and also International Mentoring Day.
Photo: Coach Austin with his wrestler, Anjelica, reflecting and preparing for the upcoming match.
Partnership Feature of Coach Keith
We partner with Up2Us Sports to train trauma-informed mentor coaches and we are honored to have Coach Keith working with us for these four years. To read more about Coach Keith, made possible through our partnership, click on the button below.
January Birthday Celebrations are in order! CEO, Bior Guigni; Boston Program Coordinator, Addison Ray; Development Grant Writer, Talia Benet; and Marketing and Communications, Deontrae Callaham–Happy Birthday to you all!
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If you want to make change, change it today! The secret to success is right in your hands.
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BTSNE is excited to partner with Good Sports again to provide athletic apparel and training equipment– creating countless smiles! A special thanks to Let's Play and Keurig Dr. Pepper for funding all in-kind goods!
The Beat the Streets community believes that our young wrestlers from across the country deserve to be fully equipped as they embrace the sport of wrestling and all it has to teach, while also developing meaningful relationships with a community of teammates and mentor coaches that provides stability and a sense of empowerment.