We are excited to reintroduce you to Sean Welcher, the director of enrollment and recruitment at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Indiana. Sean joined the staff in March 2022 and has
been diligently working to move the application process to a digital format to make it even easier for matches.
His job duties include recruiting, screening, and training mentors, in addition to supporting our program efforts with community relationship building in targeted areas. He is from Evansville, Indiana. He started his college degree at Kansas Wesleyan and completed it at Southeastern University.
“My favorite aspect of working with BBBS is being able to have a direct impact on the lives of the youth in our city and connecting adults to the lives of the next generation,” says Sean.
Sean can be described as willing to try new things even if they fail and loyal. One of his favorite match activity memories was playing 9-Square with Bigs and Littles at the annual picnic. He loves hanging out with his wife on the weekends. The last book he read was The Leadership Challenge by Kouze & Posner.
“BBBS is important because the impact of stable, supporting, and accepting adult relationships in a child's life is proven to increase resilience and help shape a positive perspective of themselves and the world around them. That is what BBBS seeks to create and support and does with best practices and child safety in mind,” says Sean.
If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a Big, visit mentoringkids.org