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 they dedicated their red jacket to their Impact Manager, Josh Rose!

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Hallsville Hosts SNHU's Greek Day of Service

Last weekend, Hallsville Elementary School and City Year New Hampshire hosted 107 SNHU students for their bi-annual Greek Day of Service! Over the course of the Saturday, 12 beautification projects were completed, and on Monday morning Hallsville greeted its students with a whole new look. Read on to hear Emily Yunes perspective about the day and the impact it will have on Hallsville Students.

Friday, October 19, 2018

My Red Jacket Dedication: To the People of City Year New Hampshire

Service Leader Javier Cartagena had an incredible experience with CYNH last year and chose to return to inspire the next generation of AmeriCorps members at our site. Read on to hear about his Red Jacket Dedication to the CYNH site and what it means for him to serve in New Hampshire.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Dedicating our Red Jackets

City Year New Hampshire’s annual Red Jacket Ceremony is an important moment at the start of the year; everyone at our site, from first year AmeriCorps member to Executive Director, dedicates their red jacket to a person, idea, or cause that inspires them to serve every day. Elaine Lunsford describes in this blog what it was like to participate in that special ceremony. Read on to hear her story!

Friday, September 14, 2018

"I'm a City Year Now"

The first day of school is an exhilarating experience for both City Year AmeriCorps members and students alike. In this photo essay, we take a look at what becoming a City Year to our students feels like to our AmeriCorps members, and what seeing City Year in their classrooms on the first day means to our students.

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