Thursday, March 22, 2018

Founder and CEO of GMM Nonstick Coatings, Ravin Gandhi Talks About City Year Chicago's Impact

City Year Chicago's 230 corps members are sent into the most economically challenged Chicago public schools in teams of 8 to 10 people per school. These schools are typically in high-crime neighborhoods, with a vast majority of students of color. And within these resourced-strapped schools, City Year focuses only on the most "at risk" kids — students who may have one or both parents missing, who may have learning and/or behavioral issues or other external factors preventing success.

Friday, March 16, 2018

National Service in Education with CEO and co-founder Michael Brown

According to a recent study, students with low attendance rates, poor behavior or course failure in English or math are more likely to drop out of high school. Michael Brown, CEO and co-founder of City Year discusses efforts to provide the academic support and encouragement at-risk students need to thrive in the classroom.

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

City Year Service in Tulsa Schools Help Raise Graduation Rates [The Hechinger Report]

City Year school partnerships in Tulsa high schools combine relationship-building with data analysis to boost graduation rates.

Monday, November 27, 2017

City Year helps students reach their full potential and graduate

City Year Director Laura Hamm and Impact Manager Shani Walter join MSNBC ahead of “Giving Tuesday” to discuss their work with at-risk schools to help bridge the gap between what students need and what the schools are designed to provide.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Social-Service Groups Fight to Reverse Slide in Donations

City Year (No. 346), which turns 30 next year, is a rising star in the nonprofit world, having climbed onto the Philanthropy 400 three years ago. AmeriCorps members working for the organization in schools nationwide stand out thanks to the signature red jackets they wear.