Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Are You Ready for a Challenge? Start Your Day With The #CYTPowerGreetChallenge!

Having a positive start to your day can be a big factor in determining how the rest of it will turn out. City Year uses a unique, yet powerful, tool that helps spread positivity and start our students' day with happiness and fun as they arrive to school!. And, it's not just our students who benefit. See what happens when one of our school teams start a #CYTPowerGreetChallenge!

Monday, October 8, 2018

City Year Tulsa Celebrates Fifth Annual Opening Day

A photo essay of our Fifth Annual Opening Day Ceremony, narrated by City Year Tulsa AmeriCorps member, Alena Ghany. See all our memories from Opening Day in our SmugMug album: http://bit.ly/CYTOpeningDayPhotos!

Friday, September 7, 2018

Back-to-School Excitement... And Jitters

We all know going to back to school is an exciting time for the students we serve. There's so much to look forward when starting a brand a new year, but sometimes there are some jitters too. And, our City Year AmeriCorps members are no different. Read on to learn about about what our AmeriCorps members are excited and nervous about as they head back to school (many for the first time since graduating themselves).

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

AmeriCorps Member Spotlight: Andrew Harriman

City Year Tulsa AmeriCorps member, Andrew Harriman, had just graduated high school himself when he decided to serve with City Year this year. He can still vividly recall his own school experiences, and like many of the students he served this year, he remembers struggling both inside and outside the classroom and not knowing if he was going to be able to graduate. His year of service allowed him to help students like himself feel confident about learning and succeeding school.

Friday, June 1, 2018

AmeriCorps Member Spotlight: Tajé Jackson

Tajé Jackson is taking a road less traveled on her journey to becoming a pediatrician. She said it was the immediate connection she felt with the City Year mission to build relationships with students that resonated with her professional goals to be able to better understand her future young patients. She also wishes she would have had a mentor during her education to help guide and push her to reach her goals like she does now for her high school students at Nathan Hale High School.

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