Making Your Communications Team a Catalyst for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
City Year Vice President of Communications Tina Chong & former City Year Boston Managing Director of External Affairs Colleen Flynn share insights on how communications teams can help advance the diversity, equity and inclusion work of an organization.
Shining a light on social-emotional learning
City Year is excited to share the work of AmeriCorps members to build positive relationships with students at the first CASEL conference this week.
Afterschool and Extracurricular Programs Help to Make Schools Safe Spaces for All Students
AmeriCorps Member Rebecca Charles noticed that for some of her students, school was not a fun or safe space to learn. Read on to learn what Rebecca did during her service year to help change that.
The Power of National Service: Building a More Equitable Future
City Year President Jim Balfanz shares the ways in which his year of service changed the trajectory of his life and shaped his belief that national service is one of the best ways for our country to build a more just and equitable future.
Dr. Nikolai Vitti’s Vision for Student Success in Detroit
In May 2017, Dr. Vitti became superintendent of Detroit Public Schools Community District, where most students are of color and are eligible for free lunch. He says that City Year is a key part of his vision to rebuild the city’s schools and give all students opportunities to succeed.