#HumansOfCYTulsa: A Latinx Leader Reveals Her Superpower
"As a LATINX leader, my identity is top of mind. Growing up in a border town where the majority of people looked like me and spoke Spanish has shaped the leader that I am today. In celebration of #hispanichertiagemonth I want to share about my superpower of being BILINGUAL..."
Why I Serve, An Opening Night Address to Remember
Everyone has a reason to serve. Mr. Hunter's can be folded up & put in his pocket. Whenever he needs it, he reads the encouraging note his own City Year wrote him while he was a Tulsa student. Today Hunter serves with purpose and pride as a City Year Tulsa AmeriCorps member.
A Simple Act of Kindness Fuels Anaisa's Service & Desire to Pay It Forward
Anaisa struggled in college. But, it was the simple kindness of a fellow student that made all the difference for them. Today Anaisa wants to pay it forward serving other students with City Year in Tulsa.
#HumansOfCYTulsa: Dominic Stands on the Shoulders of Giant Who Helped Him In School
Dominic struggled to focus on learning in school. He once acted out & a City Year stopped to give me advice. She didn't have to, but she saw a student in need & decided to help. That act of kindness inspired him. Today he serves to help others even when I don't have to, just like her.
Adventure Awaits When You Serve with City Year Tulsa
Jessica decided to serve with City Year in Tulsa, even though she had never visited the area before. Adventure awaits when you decide to "serve where most needed."