Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Coaching Kids to Code: How FIRST Lego League and City Year Are Inspiring Future Engineers

On March 28th, dozens of students and their City Years met in the Manchester Millyard for the annual FIRST Lego League Exposition. But how did these 8-11-year-old kids learn in just a few months how to program robots that could complete challenges? Check out this blog to hear more.

Monday, April 15, 2019

Our Students Spread Our Impact Beyond Our Schools

It can be incredibly difficult to say goodbye to our students at the end of the year, especially when they are moving on to middle school without City Year. However, in this blog Service Leader Sam Bellemore shows that even when he’s not in the same classroom as his former students, he maintains strong mentor relationships with them and celebrates their continued success. And because of these relationships, our students become the ones making a difference in the lives of their peers.

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Make Every Moment Matter

The most magical part of being a City Year is building trusting relationships with the students who need them most. In this blog, AmeriCorps member Stephanie Resila discusses how small moments can lead to profound and impactful relationships, and it’s through these moments that one student at a time, City Years make a difference.

Thursday, April 4, 2019

A Starry Starry Night to Remember

On March 23rd, City Year New Hampshire hosted our 19th annual Starry Starry Night Gala! On this special occasion, we honored Geoffrey Clark & Martha Fuller Clark and Jack Middleton with the Lifetime of Service Award, shared stories of our ancestors and origins, and celebrated our shared value of service to New Hampshire. Hear more about the event from AmeriCorps member Matthew Berger!

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

My Partner Teacher and Me: Life in the Third Grade

Some classrooms just have a magic about them because of the awesome partnership forged between a City Year and a teacher. In this blog, Niki Navarro discusses how her partnership with her teacher, Miss Vadala, has helped both her and her students achieve so much more than any of them thought possible. Check it out!

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