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City Year
Kansas City

Think big city with the comfort and friendliness of your hometown. Kansas City offers an easy commute, bustling arts scene, and countless BBQ joints. AmeriCorps members make a difference every day in the lives of students by serving full-time in city schools.

Recent stories

Our Impact

The ideals of service, joy, trust, and gratitude have always been important to me. In City Year, I have been...

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Our Impact

City Year’s mission is fueled by a culture of idealism. At City Year, we define idealism as the belief that...

Read more about Honoring the 2022 Idealists of the Year
The Corps

March 13-19 is recognized nationally as AmeriCorps week, but we extend the celebration of our AmeriCorps members to encompass the...

Read more about Celebrating AmeriCorps Appreciation Month in Kansas City
Our Impact

In a recent article from NPR, teachers across the U.S. shared their experiences as educators amid what is communally being...

Read more about How Collaborative Partnerships Drive Student Outcomes
Our Community

Sunday, Feb. 13, SoFi Stadium will be packed and full of excitement with Super Bowl LVI underway. Attending the Super...

Read more about City Year Kansas City is Super Bowl LVI Bound
Our Alumni

When I joined City Year in Fall 2016, I was unsure what to expect. Months before, I finished my last...

Read more about City Year Builds Relationships for Life
Our Impact

Each year, in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy of service, City Year Kansas City partners with a...

Read more about City Year Kansas City completes service project at W.E.B. DuBois Learning Center
Our Community

City Year’s mission is fueled by a culture of idealism Our work is grounded in the unshakeable belief that we...

Read more about Honoring the 2021 Idealists of the Year
The Corps

Explore seven cities where we have a need for extraordinary young people to serve and mentor students.

Read more about Seven cities where you can make a difference to students
Education

Thanks first must go to Historian Carter G. Woodson for creating Negro History Week in 1926 to celebrate the profound...

Read more about We Need More Black Educators
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