How I Found Housing in New Orleans
City Year has 28 locations throughout the country. Where will you serve? If you're considering applying to a site far from home, City Year New Orleans alumnus Andres Feliciano has some advice to share with you. Originally from New Orleans, Andres returned to New Orleans with serve with City Year.
4 City Year Locations for Warm Weather Lovers
Want to serve your City Year where the weather is as bright and warm as your idealism? As you complete your City Year application, you'll be asked to select a city where you'd like to serve. With 28 options, it can hard to pick your top four choices. After a long, challenging day of service, a evening spent hanging out in the warm evening air might be just what you need to relax. For the warm weather fans out there, here are four cities to consider.
Your City Year Application Resource Toolbox
How’s your City Year application coming along? Between finding a reference and trying to convey who you are in just a few short answers and resume, you know you want to present your best self to our selections committee. To ensure the process is as smooth and simple as possible, I’m reaching into my recruiter toolkit. I am going to share some “set you up for success” tools and resources for completing a strong City Year application.
Five Things You Should Know Before Applying
Why I Deferred from Bain & Company to Serve with City Year
New York native Eric Dobosh currently serves as a Team Leader with City Year New York at P.S./M.S. 96M in East Harlem. After graduating from Princeton University with a BA in Politics, Eric was offered an Associate Consultant position at Bain & Company. Eric was set to start his career at Bain & Company until he decided to defer his offer and spend a year doing national service with City Year and help students reach their full potential.