In School & On Track: June 2019 Enews
 
 

City Year’s 2018 Annual Report Is Now Available

 
 

Our Vision for Student Success: City Year’s 2018 Annual ReportOur 2018 Annual Report highlights City Year’s vision for student success and celebrates our remarkable City Year AmeriCorps members, along with the partners and champions who make their service possible.

READ THE ANNUAL REPORT

 
 

Encourage a Young Person to Apply to Serve with City Year

 
 

Know a young person with the interest, passion and skills to help students reach their full potential? There’s still time for them to apply to serve with City Year—encourage them to learn more about this life-changing leadership opportunity!  We are accepting applications on a rolling basis for the 2019–2020 school year. 

 
How to apply
Now accepting Rolling Admissions
 
 
 

City Year in the News

 
 

National service drives our nation forward: Q&A with Michael Brown and David L. Cohen

City Year CEO and Co-Founder Michael Brown spoke with David L. Cohen, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer of Comcast Corp. and co-chair of City Year’s national Board of Trustees, about their longstanding partnership... Read More

 
 
Biz Journals: This nonprofit chief wants more diversity, authenticity in the workplace

This nonprofit chief wants more diversity, authenticity in the workplace

Tasha Booker Fowler leads up City Year Columbus as its executive director and serves as the national organization's vice president. She develops and leads City Year Columbus’ annual and long-term strategies and priorities for school... Read More

 
 
The Philadelphia Tribune: Volunteers make change happen during Comcast Cares Day

Volunteers make change happen during Comcast Cares Day

More than 2,000 Comcast NBCUniversal employees and their families, friends, and community partners volunteered and participated in 17 school projects as a part of the Comcast Cares Day... Read More

 
 
The Seattle Times: Imagine an America where all youth commit to national service

Imagine an America where all youth commit to national service

We believe there is a solution, one that can have a measurable positive impact on all these challenges while also bringing us together as a country: We should work to make national service... Read More

 
 
The Kansas City Star: National service like AmeriCorps is critical to future of Kansas City

National service like AmeriCorps is critical to future of Kansas City

National service prepares young people for the workforce and restores the important values of patriotism and civic duty. It empowers people to be more self-sufficient and less dependent... Read More

 
 
 
 
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