City Year Los Angeles: Back to school 2019
The 2019-2020 school year is off to a great start not only because we get to reunite with teachers and students at 29 Los Angeles Unified schools, but also because we have proudly partnered with the Inglewood Unified School District at Crozier Middle School and Woodworth Monroe Academy!
— CityYearLA (@CityYearLA) August 19, 2019
City Year Los Angeles’ 2019-2020 AmeriCorps members are proudly serving 31 schools across Los Angeles County, and we’re ready to help students cultivate social-emotional and academic skills that are important in school and life.
City Year Los Angeles AmeriCorps members have been trained and equipped with the skills to forge positive, caring relationships with students to help create a positive learning environment.
City Year L.A. alum, Erin Willis (’17 and ’18), shared her story of impact and reflected on her years as...Read more about When Service Changes Your Life - Erin Willis
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City Year AmeriCorps member Sophia Torres reflects on her first year of service with City Year Los Angeles and why...Read more about Reflecting on a year of service: Sophia Torres
Emilio Monahan, who just completed his first year of service and will return next year on the Civic Engagement team,...Read more about Reflecting on a year of service: Emilio Monahan