City Year's response to COVID-19
Learn more about our response to COVID-19 by exploring our FAQs and other resources.
Even during the disruption, uncertainty and stress of school during the pandemic, we know students continue to dream big and strive for academic success.
They need caring adults who are there for them every day, who believe in them and their future.
Too many students of color and students living in low-income neighborhoods are facing disproportionate challenges. They benefit from the additional resources and relationships that City Year AmeriCorps members can provide.
Whether in person or via virtual classrooms, City Year is consistently there for students, partnering with teachers and parents to help students build a bridge to their future by engaging more deeply with their learning.
City Year's COVID-19 Vaccine Policy: Update
After careful consideration, City Year announced to its community of AmeriCorps members and staff that it will adopt a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy to safeguard the health of our AmeriCorps members and employees and their families; students and school partners; and the community at large.Learn more
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