Monday, November 19, 2018

Three Steps to Forge Positive Relationships With Students

A coach who works with City Year AmeriCorps members shares her three tips for mentors who want to forge positive relationships with the students they serve.

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

To Keep Students Connected to #SchoolEveryDay, Remind Them How Much They Matter

City Year AmeriCorps members are committed to helping students, day-after-day and month-after-month, stay in school and on track to graduation, prepared for success in college, career and life. To keep students coming to school every day and engaged with their learning, we are working with schools to ensure belonging and mutual trust are reinforced within the entire school community.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Caring relationships and student well-being are key to academic success

Students need to feel secure and supported in order to thrive in school and in life. City Year AmeriCorps members develop positive relationships with the students they serve, helping to meet their social-emotional and academic needs. City Year is learning from other youth-focused organizations and research institutions about ways to support student and school success.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

City Year Alumni Teachers: Continuing to Make a Difference in Education After Their Service Year

While City Year AmeriCorps members go on flourish in many different careers after their year of national service, about half of our alumni who responded to a recent survey have shared that they are active in the education sector, 16 percent of whom are currently classroom teachers. City Year now has plans to nearly double the number of alumni who enter the teaching profession by providing them with additional supports so they can more easily enter pathways into teaching.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Building Strategic Partnerships to Provide Students with Year-Round Learning Support

City Year and BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life) are developing a new collaborative partnership because we know that for students to succeed in the classroom and beyond, they need access to engaging and rigorous opportunities for academic and social-emotional growth throughout the entire year.

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