Friday, February 8, 2019

A Closer Look: Planning Camp City Year

Every year, our City Year AmeriCorps members put on Camp City Year, a four-day camp over February break where students have a fun and safe place to learn and grow. What you may not have known is how much work our AmeriCorps members put into planning and running this camp! Check out this blog to learn more about the planning process!

Thursday, January 31, 2019

The Power of Mentorship at City Year

January is National Mentorship month! At City Year, our AmeriCorps members both have and serve as incredible mentors, with mentorship being at the heart of our most successful relationships. In this blog, Service Leader Ash Russell shares how the mentorship they received made them a better mentor to their students. Check it out!

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

When You Reach Your Destination, Keep Moving

Every year, City Year New Hampshire holds our 18-Minute Networking event, where current AmeriCorps members can speak to alumni, community members, and professionals in fields they are interested in pursuing after City Year. Carlos Santiago reflects on his experience at 18-Minute Networking, sharing how valuable it was for him to meet with City Year alumni who helped him appreciate the CYNH community, and how he can fit into City Year’s future. 

Thursday, January 24, 2019

City Year is Meaningful For Licensed Educators

City Year can be an amazing opportunity for college graduates from all backgrounds, including education! In this blog, AmeriCorps member Julie Cusano shares her experience as a licensed educator serving with City Year, and how she knows that her year at Northwest Elementary School will make her an even more impactful teacher in her future.

Friday, June 29, 2018

Providing Free Libraries For Students & Families

As part of her service with City Year New Hampshire this year, AmeriCorps VISTA Jess Stern wanted to lead a physical service project that would benefit the families and communities we serve. The end product: free libraries that stand outside three Manchester elementary schools. Learn more about what Jess did to make her vision a reality.