Service to Success
After serving with City Year Boston, Jesus Martinez launched his career in law. Today, as a paralegal advocate at the Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School, Martinez liaises between clients and lawyers, the same way he once worked with students and partner teachers.
Welcome New Hires Adanma and Carlen!
City Year Boston brings on Adanma Ude, Community Partnerships Director, and Carlen Arima, People and Operations Director, to the team.
Investors Summit 2018: Building the Urban Graduation Pipeline
AmeriCorps member Aerin Marshall shares her takeaways from this two-day event of dialogue on the power of national service.
My Humanity is Tied to Yours: Legal Community Breakfast 2018
Nearly 400 law professionals came together to support City Year Boston’s 9th annual Legal Community Breakfast. Our guests and generous sponsors, sparked by the inspiring words of featured speaker Andrea Campbell, Boston City Council President, raised more than $165,000 to resource and expand City Year Boston’s service to over 12,000 students in the Boston Public Schools.
Students First: A Path Through Service To Teaching
Jules Perez '13, '14, has a quiet, calm presence that belies her great confidence and skill in teaching and working with young people. After serving two years with City Year Boston and completing the Boston Teacher Residency program, Perez is now in her third year of teaching in Boston Public Schools (BPS). We sat down with her to talk about her path through service to teaching.