Wednesday, June 19, 2019

From Humble Beginnings to Six Strong

“All of us may have come from different parts of the U.S., backgrounds, and education, but we all found a common ground that made us closer.” Hear more from AmeriCorps member Angel Lee on how her team grew and flourished this year, shaping each other into stronger leaders.

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

From Corps to Corps: A Profile of a City Year Member

“You probably wouldn’t think that working with children would come easily to a grizzly, sailor-talking marine, and yet here we are.” Meet one of our incredible AmeriCorps members, Jaidon White, and hear what he has to say about how serving with City Year has impacted him.

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.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

The Beginning of a Partnership

Every City Year AmeriCorps member is paired with one or two partner teachers, whose classes they will serve in for the whole year. Holly Fields shares her experience meeting and beginning to work with her incredible partner teacher, Mrs. Belland, at Gossler Park Elementary School. Check it out!

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

My Red Jacket Dedication: to My Supportive Impact Manager

Starting a service year can be tough. Fortunately City Year New Hampshire has amazing staff members who are ready and willing to support our AmeriCorps members in whatever they need to be successful. Check out Abby Milonas’ blog post on why she dedicated her red jacket to her Impact Manager, Josh Rose!

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