This past year, 265 AmeriCorps members had the opportunity to serve 11,000 students in Boston Public Schools. Click on the images to see a few snapshots of what the 2014-2015 service year looked like.

Red Jacket Weekend brought our community together for a weekend of spirit, discipline, purpose, and pride.
Principal Maria Cordon, Hennigan K-7 School, spoke about the difference a City Year team can make.
Hundreds of volunteers and the entire corps rallied for a day of service for the city of Boston.
Some of the youngest students we served shared a special holiday message before winter break.
What's it like to serve with City Year? One AmeriCorps member live-tweeted a day of service for us all.
A student and his AmeriCorps member joined together to pursue his dream of becoming a "dog doctor."
At the end of a historic Boston winter, our corps and our students returned to school, ready to learn.
Four City Year alumni ran with idealism in the Boston Marathon, supporting City Year Boston.
As the year drew to a close, one team celebrated the growth of its students with an afterschool carnival.
The City Year Boston corps graduated from service, committing to be leaders for life.

In addition to these captured moments, check out our blog to see even more tales of the corps and the students they served. This coming Monday, August 10, 265 more AmeriCorps members will begin their first with City Year Boston. Stay in touch as we welcome the next generation of leaders for life.

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