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.
A Day in the Life of Semaj Thompson, Team Leader at the Barack Obama School of Career and Technical Education
Learn more about the day in the life of a Team Leader!
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!
5 Things I Learned During My 1st year of Service with City Year Milwaukee
"My first service year was filled with tons of growth, finding myself as a black woman and learning from everyone around me."-Uniqua Adams, Team Leader on the Brewers Community Foundation team proudly serving at Roosevelt Middle School of the Arts. During her first year of service, Uniqua learned many important lessons, but there are 5 things that stick with her today! Read on to discover the valuable lessons she learned while serving at City Year Milwaukee.
Alumni Spotlight: Meet Andy Reza
"Through City Year, I was able to develop and hone my leadership abilities to become who I am today. I believe that my ability to maintain flexibility during stressful situations, make sound, objective decisions, speak in front of a crowd, and plan large-scale events all stem from my time at City Year. All of these skills better my ability to lead in my current position, but they also help me believe that I can achieve my goals for the future." Read on to learn more about Andy Reza, a proud CIty Year Milwaukee, founding corps alumni!