City Year Philadelphia
Read our stories about City Year Philadelphia AmeriCorps members, alumni, staff, and partners to learn more about our work in schools to support student success and advance educational equity.
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In order to bring in some additional spending money, some AmeriCorps members opt to pick up a second part-time position outside of service. Taryn Painter, a first-year Corps member serving at Kensington High School, shares her personal experiences and best tips for managing a second job with service.
First-Year ACM Taryn Painter (back row, second from left) with her Kensington High School team. To support AmeriCorps members, City...Read more about Balancing a part-time job with your service year: A guide to working while serving
Students at Hartranft Elementary School eagerly greet City Year Philly AmeriCorps members. In this new ongoing series, we’ll take...Read more about City Year 101: Social-Emotional Learning and Mentorship
The school year may have started, but it’s not too late to serve with City Year Philly! We’re currently accepting...Read more about Meet a Mid-Year AmeriCorps member: Helen Moreira, Team Leader at Bethune School
City Year Philly AmeriCorps members Andrew Gupta, Dimir Leftwich, and Saige Cornick-Turpin speak about their LACY (Leadership After City Year)...Read more about What’s next after City Year Philly? A LACY interview with three 2021-22 AmeriCorps members
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