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Senior Corps Members can serve in one of five capacities:
Senior Corps Applications are due on February 15th. Download a copy of the Senior Corps Application and Recommender Form below:
2012 Senior Corps Application (Word doc)2012 Senior Corps Member Recommender Form (Word doc)
Click here to see what Senior Corps positions are available at each site.
*Please note that one year of City Year service as a corps member (including first year senior corps) is required to apply to this position at this time.
When you have completed you electronic application package, please email it to the recruitment email address of the site to which you are applying. A list of email address addresses are included on the final page of the application. Please make sure you list your name and "SCM Application" in the subject line. i.e. Subject: Jose Santiago SCM Application. Recommendations should be sent from the recommender in a similar fashion i.e. Subject: Jose Santiago SCM Recommendation.
At City Year’s locations across the United States, young people called senior corps members serve a full-time for a minimum of 10 months, each providing more than 1,700 hours of service. As a senior corps member, you will help students stay on track and get back on track to graduate by improving their course performance, attendance and behavior. As young leaders between the ages of 17 and 24, corps members are uniquely able to help students and schools succeed. In addition, senior corps members advance city years impact by offering levels of peer coaching to first year corps members, programmatic enhancement and supporting the delivery of organizational goals. Senior corps members are provided additional leadership opportunities including projects that allow them to develop skills in key areas of the organization.
*Most senior corps members are serving in their second year of full-time service with City Year.
Please contact your local recruitment staff with any questions.
We are now accepting applications for the 2014-2015 corps year.
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