Monday, November 5, 2018

Ayesha is Fired Up to Serve and Help Students

When Ayesha first moved to the United States at the age of seven, she had to learn a new language while adjusting to a completely new environment. Now, as the first woman in her family to graduate from college, Ayesha wants to help other students reach their goals. Learn about why Ayesha decided to serve with City Year, and how she plans to use her experience to further her career plans.

Monday, October 29, 2018

Why I’m Fired up to Serve a Gap Year with City Year Los Angeles

Dexter grew up hearing stories about his dad’s great experience with City Year San José, and decided to do a gap year after high school so he could start making a difference in his community before going to college. Find out how Dexter plans to use his City Year Los Angeles experience to learn more about the public education system and to prepare him for a career in politics fighting educational inequality.

Friday, October 26, 2018

City Year’s New Uniform Showcases Both Style and Purpose

This fall, City Year AmeriCorps members across the country kicked off their service year with a fresh new look. Check out the photos to get a glimpse of City Year’s redesigned uniform.

Monday, October 22, 2018

Why I Chose to Make an Impact in Manchester, NH

Choosing where to embark on a year of service is not an easy task. Just ask current City Year New Hampshire AmeriCorps member Caitlyn Reilly. Find out why Caitlyn ultimately chose to serve close to her hometown and the resources she utilized to help her prepare for her City Year.

Monday, October 15, 2018

Why I’m Fired Up to Serve with City Year San Antonio

“I thought about what it would mean to a student who saw someone come from where they came from, or even just nearby, and show them they could make it as well.” Meioshia grew up in San Antonio, and this year decided to return to her home city to serve other students like her. Find out more about what Meioshia hopes to accomplish and the lessons she hopes to impart during her time serving with City Year San Antonio.

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