City Year L.A. Honors Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Legacy in One of the Largest Service days in Los Angeles, Sponsored by Disney
This Martin Luther King, Jr’s Day, City Year Los Angeles came together as a beloved community to honor Dr. King’s legacy by transforming the city of Los Angeles’ first public school, Los Angeles High School, which was built in 1873. City Year Los Angeles’ MLK Day of Service, sponsored by The Walt Disney Company, shines a spotlight on service as a powerful force to bridge social divides and to improve educational opportunities for students across the country.
The Power of Mentorship: Why AmeriCorps Member Steven Chose to Pay it Forward
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.
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.