Why I Still Serve Part 2
Hispanic Heritage Month: My Humanity is Tied to Yours
As we acknowledge Hispanic Heritage Month, Senior AmeriCorps member shares how proud she is to share her cultural roots with her students at Carver Middle School. Being a mentor to young scholars she can learn, share, teach and appreciate her Hispanic Heritage with each of her students.
Sending Forth "Tiny Ripples of Hope"
On Sept. 25th we celebrated Opening Day with Los Angeles Unified Board President Monica Garcia and Assemblymember Miguel Santiago, who swore in our 270 AmeriCorps members. At the ceremony, City Year AmeriCorps members officially pledged to dedicate a year of full-time service to thousands of students in 32 Los Angeles Unified schools.
Why I Still Serve
We are fired up and back in schools! For many City Year AmeriCorps members their first year of service is transformational and a year they will never forget. But for some, one year of service is simply not enough.
Why Dexter Cypress is Fired Up to Serve
Having grown up in the NYC public school system, Dexter witnessed the differences a student's socioeconomic background made on their access to education. Today, he wants to help close the gap between socioeconomic background and an equal opportunity for a good education.