Belief in the Power of Young People
"I have made it my personal goal to work hard each day to instill in their minds that no matter what anybody says, their minds are powerful, their personalities are unique, and each and every one of their dreams is accomplishable." -Tommy Molina, City Year Milwaukee AmeriCorps member. Continue reading to discover what the City Year value, "belief in the power of young people" means to Tommy, and how it impacts his service.
Great Eats in Milwaukee!
Deja Garner, Team Leader on the United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County Team at James Madison Academic Campus reviews her favorite restaurants in Milwaukee! Read on to learn the restaurants she recommends trying on your next trip to Milwaukee!
City Year Culture at a Glance: Positive-Can-Do-Attitude
"It is very easy to let the losses take over, but to choose to focus on the successes is where practice of a positive-can-do-attitude takes place. By choosing to let the wins, no matter how small, shine through I was able to have a more joy-filled service day."- Halina Sims, Team Leader on the South Division High School Team. Read on to discover why having a can-do-attitude is an important part of service!
City Year Milwaukee Event Spotlight: SLAAM Open Mic Night
Over the course of the year, City Year Milwaukee AmeriCorps members plan and implement a variety of activities and events for corps members and staff to spend time together and build team! This year, City Year Milwaukee's affinity group, SLAAM, hosted an open mic night! Read on to learn more about SLAAM and their first event of the year!
A Day in the Life at Pulaski High School
Meet Stella Tomich, a City Year Milwaukee AmeriCorps member proudly serving at Casimir Pulaski High School! Read on to discover what a day of service looks like at Pulaski High School!