City Year New York
Diverse. Fast-Paced. Tough. It’s not always easy to live in New York, but it’s always worth it. City Year New York is helping the city’s students and schools to succeed.
City Year New York AmeriCorps Members provide academic interventions for students, support teachers, and act as mentors and role models. Focusing on the whole child, City Year New York addresses both the academic and social-emotional aspects of a student’s development. Throughout their year of service, City Year AmeriCorps Members provide these vital supports to under-resourced schools while also gaining valuable work-life skills themselves.
Accelerating academic growth in New York
- 40% of students tutored by City Year met or exceeded one year of growth in English Language Arts
- 60% of students tutored by City Year met or exceeded one year of growth in mathematics
Ensuring more students are on track to high school graduation
Research shows that even academically prepared students are at risk of falling off track. City Year supported students, ensuring that:
- 85% of students stayed on track in English Language Arts with a C or higher
- 87% of students stayed on track in mathematics with a C or higher
Partnering with teachers and principals
- 98% of partner teachers agree that AmeriCorps members fostered a positive learning environment for learning
- 97% of partner principals agree that City Year AmeriCorps members serve as positive role models
The work City Year AmeriCorps Members do in schools is critical for our Bronx community and the academic development of elementary and middle school students.
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Contributing to a clearer, bolder vision
of what public schools can and should be for all children: places of learning, exploration and risk-taking, where every student feels safe and connected to the school community.Learn how impact happens
More than 209 AmeriCorps members positively impact nearly 9000 students in New York.
Everything we do—every student and AmeriCorps member we support—would not be possible without our partners.