City Year Little Rock Welcomes Two New Directors [Arkansas Money & Politics]
City Year Little Rock recently welcomed two long-time fundraising professionals to its team: Brittany Paul, director of events and annual gifts, and Marquita Rogers, director of development and external relations. Both will build support for the education nonprofit as it works to help Central Arkansas students achieve their full potential.
City Year Little Rock is continuing in its mission of advancing educational equity in Arkansas this year with the help...Read more about City Year Announces AmeriCorps Members, Board Additions [Arkansas Money & Politics]
“Public service is in my DNA,” Jennifer Cobb states. This Capital City native began a career in healthcare and marketing...Read more about City Year Little Rock [Inviting Arkansas]
When Jeremy Hill isn’t guiding young adults at a pivotal time in their lives, he’s selling coffee, but with another...Read more about Arkansas Business 40 Under 40 2022 [Arkansas Business]
City Year provides an extra resource to schools that are in need of that extra support, and service as a...Read more about City Year is Making the Grade [Little Rock Soiree]