City Year Miami Spring Events and Sponsorship Opportunities!
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In light of our long-standing tradition of mobilizing our community with our county-wide school beautification events, City Year Miami will host our first set of Spring Civic Engagement Experiences, a virtual half-day to provide art, connections, and collective action towards promoting school pride and improved school experience in the lives of our students.
Spring Civic Engagement Experiences are an opportunity for event sponsors to invest in Miami-Dade County students and the broader community at large. Additionally, by joining our collective effort to promote tangible change in our schoolhouses, your contribution directly supports City Year’s ongoing work to address systemic inequities in K-12 education by providing quality mentorship and tutoring.
City Year Miami virtual events:
Friday, March 26, 2021
1:00PM – 3:00PM EST
Friday, May 21, 2021
1:00PM – 3:00PM EST
Thursday, June 10, 2021
Virtual event themes
- Building an inviting environment for our students
- Fostering equity in K-12 education, private philanthropy and nonprofits
- Join our 140 AmeriCorps members for City Year Miami’s Graduation as we celebrate their service
Community engagement for:
Individuals committed to schoolhouse betterment including corporate employees, nonprofit and philanthropy leaders, and K-12 educators
Please contact us with any questions or to be considered for a sponsorship opportunity:
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