March Event – Bring Your Lunch & Learn

Muzeo Museum & Cultural Center

presents

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County & The Inland Empire

Wednesday  |  March 18, 2020  |  12:30 – 1:30 pm
Muzeo Museum & Cultural Center Carnegie Building

Big Brothers Big Sisters is the largest mentoring organization in the nation whose primary purpose is to provide professionally supported 1:1 mentorship to at-risk youth.

Isaac Stock will introduce and conversate with Anaheim native and special guest, Rafael Avila. Rafael is a mentor in our program and will share his unique experience as a Big Brother to Oscar.

This Q&A style presentation is intended to foster conversation & learning about our programs as we work to bring the gift of mentoring to underserved youth in the Anaheim community and beyond.

Bios

Rafael Avila was born and raised in Anaheim. He is a proud graduate of Katella High School and Cal State Fullerton and currently works in Code Enforcement for the city of Anaheim. Rafael and his Little Brother, Oscar, were matched in November 2019. He enjoys being a mentor because he has the opportunity to share new experiences with Oscar and is learning more about himself in the process.

Isaac L. Stock leads Volunteer Recruitment for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County. He moved to California from Memphis, Tennessee in 2017 to pursue social and emotional contentment after transitioning from a career in commodities. He finds fulfillment in work that is authentic and heartfelt and ultimately joined the Big Brothers Big Sisters team because of belief in a mission that is clear, focused, tried and true.

This is a free presentation at the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center Carnegie Building. Bring your lunch. RSVP to Carol Latham: clatham@muzeo.org

  • March 18, 2020 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
  • 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm