Committing to a Lifetime of Community Leadership: Alumni Service Weekend
A commitment to service runs deep in the hearts of our City Year alumni. Years after they’ve completed their service with City Year, they look for ways to give back to their communities. Read how five City Year alumni united in service this past MLK Day.
Making the Leap to Consulting After City Year
A gap year with City Year can open your eyes to new career opportunities. Read how Rachel Hess, City Year Washington D.C. '17, leveraged her time at City Year to make the leap from social work to consulting as a Business Analyst at Deloitte Consulting LLP.
Leverage Your City Year Skills at These Education Nonprofits
From lesson planning, to tracking student progress and interacting with school administration, our alumni say their year’s worth of classroom experience was especially useful before entering the education sector. For alumni entering the education sector, here are four nonprofit organizations where City Year alumni can continue to #makebetterhappen for students nationwide.
Unlocking a Universe with Computer Games—Microsoft and City Year Give Students an Hour of Code
In today’s technology-driven economy, computer science skills are desirable to employers across every industry. That’s why Microsoft and Code.org want every student, in every school, to have the opportunity to learn to code. Read how our students in Chicago are building their computer skills during Hour of Code.
Thank you and Happy Holidays from City Year
At City Year, we truly understand that it takes a village to make a difference in a young person's life. As we head into 2018, we look back on this year with joy and gratitude for your partnership and unwavering support. Thank you to our City Year champions, partners and AmeriCorps members for being part of the City Year community. We hope you all have a merry holiday and a Happy New Year!