Emmanuel Paul Sterling
  • Recruitment Director

@epSisforStyle

 esterling@cityyear.org

Corps Year: '08-'09

Why I Serve: I recruit to ensure there are positive role models in schools and communities across the country.

Fun fact: I am a Louisiana native and do not like hot sauce, but love crawfish, jambalaya and the SAINTS!

Advice: I encourage all prospective applicants to come hoping to bring something to the organization expecting to take something from others around them.

Michael Cohen
  • Senior Recruitment Manager
Nicholas Vance
  • Senior Regional Recruitment Manager, Northeast

@NickTVance

nvance@cityyear.org

Why I Serve: I serve because I believe in changing lives and leaving a better world for the future.

Fun Fact: I have hiked the White Mountains in New Hampshire and a part of the Himalayas while traveling to India.

Advice: I'm here to help you build relationships and create a stronger network. Use me as a resource when applying and know my aim is to help you every step of the way. The key is to self advocate and be willing to ask for support because your success is our goal.

Harvey Vincent
  • Regional Recruitment Manager, Northeast Region

@harveythekid

hvincent@cityyear.org

CYNH 12-13 & 13-14 NH

Why I Serve: I serve because I love working on something that will outlive myself.

Fun Fact: I used to work on a farm in Carrigaline, Ireland.

Advice: City Year is a great place for anyone to learn, grow and serve. If you are interested in applying, reach out to recruiters to get your questions answered and ask to communicate with a current serving Corps Member. Make sure that City Year's mission and values are aligned with yours for a deeper connection to service and education.

Tiesha Nieves
  • Recruitment Manager

tnieves@cityyear.org

@TNieves_CY

Why I serve: I serve because I want to leave this world better than how I found it.

Fun Fact: All of my cousins, with the exception of one, are all women. Who run the world? GIRLS!

Advice: City Year is a great stepping stone to your career. Reach out to recruiters and/or your career services' office for students from your school that are serving or have served with City Year. If you can sign up for an open house at a City Year site, that would give you a new perspective as well. Do your homework on how City Year would be the best option for you and for the community as a whole.