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Thursday, September 19, 2019

Empowered by Power Tools: City Year Serves with Girls at Work

Impact Manager Alysa Hemcher has been with City Year New Hampshire for five years, and still has not finished her ever-growing City Year Bucket List. But Granite United Way’s 2019 Day of Caring helped her cross off two items as she and other City Year AmeriCorps members volunteered to build little libraries at Girls at Work. Read on to hear more from Alysa about this girl-empowering program!

Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Basic Training Academy: A Summer Crash Course on the Year to Come

The first day of school is here, but our AmeriCorps members have been already been in service for the past month completing their Basic Training Academy, also known as “a crash course on the year to come.” City Year’s summer training covers everything from how to build a team to how to live on a stipend and more. Hear more from Service Leader Veronica Joyce about all our AmeriCorps members learn and do during these four weeks!

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Equity in New Hampshire’s Education: City Year Attends the 2019 Holmes Center Problems of Practice Summer Summit

At the end of July, City Year New Hampshire staff and Senior AmeriCorps Members attended the 3-day 2019 Holmes Center Problems of Practice Summer Summit at Plymouth State University. Hear more from Service Leader Matthew Berger on what he learned at the summit, and the new restorative justice practices he will be bringing to his service this year.

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Don’t Call it a Comeback: A Service Leader’s Story

“Prior to City Year, I was of the mind that there would always be time to serve ‘later.’ Consumed by the goal of becoming a doctor, I rationalized my priorities away from fighting inequity or seeking justice because I assumed that my skill set at the time wouldn’t be much help. Going forward, I have no problem calling my previous notions, as my kids would say, trash.”

Thursday, July 4, 2019

The Road to Citizenship

Our AmeriCorps members accomplish amazing things both within and outside of their years of service. This year, Northwest’s own Olga Remesha became a U.S. Citizen, and was accompanied by her team during her citizenship ceremony. Check out this interview between Andrew Morin and Olga as they discuss the eventful day.

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