A Year's End
Now that the service year has come to a close, read on to discover what valuable lessons City Year Milwaukee Team Leader, Halina Sims, learned from doing two years of service.
One Year of Impact
Each City Year Milwaukee AmeriCorps member strived to make a positive impact at the schools they served. Read on to learn how each person on the Casimir Pulaski High School Team has made a positive impact in their classrooms and beyond.
Teacher Appreciation at Harold S. Vincent High School
The City Year team serving at Harold Vincent High School showed teachers how much they appreciated all their hard work and the dedication they give to students every day during Teacher Appreciation Week! Read on to learn more about their teacher appreciation event.
Making an Impact in City Year Intervention Spaces
"It has been truly inspiring to see the effect that these academic interventions have had on students at Rogers. Each time my teammates and I meet with a small group of students, we build stronger relationships with those students. Students learn best when they have a relationship with their City Year that goes beyond academics. Being able to see the way that students ask questions, confide in corps members and adjust their attitude and work ethic, is a testament to, and a reminder of, the importance of the relationships we build each day with students." Learn more about academic interventions, and the impact they have on students and City Year AmeriCorps members alike!
A Partnership of Success
Each day, City Year Milwaukee AmeriCorps members collaborate with Milwaukee Public Schools teachers to create an environment of success for their students, and work together to help students reach their full potential. Read on to learn about the powerful partnership Student Success Coach, Petar, has with his partner teacher, Mr. Martin, and discover how Mr. Martin has made a powerful impact this school year.