Returning to Celebrate Our Students
Although most City Year AmeriCorps members only serve for one year, the bonds they form with their students can last for a lifetime. Case in point: three City Year New Hampshire alumni return to see their students graduate from fifth grade. Learn more about the heartfelt connections that these AmeriCorps members still hold with their students.
Takeaways from the 2018 Governor's Conference on Volunteerism
Every year, City Year New Hampshire AmeriCorps members attend the Governor's Conference on Volunteerism. This conference is a chance to interact with other volunteers, AmeriCorps members and service professionals, as well as participate in a variety of sessions around themes like volunteer management, fundraising and effective communication. Yi He, a first-year City Year New Hampshire AmeriCorps member, shares her takeaways from the conference and how she has noticed and implemented them in her service with her students.
Apply To Serve With City Year!
There is still time to apply to serve with City Year beginning this fall! The final deadline is June 1st. Read further to learn more about why you should consider a year of service.
My Inspiration To Serve A Second Year With City Year
Though most City Year AmeriCorps members only serve for a single year, there are some intrepid young idealists who feel that one year of service is not enough. Autumn Wightman, a City Year New Hampshire AmeriCorps member serving at Bakersville Elementary School, plans to return for a second year at CYNH, where she will be a Service Leader for a team of first-year AmeriCorps members. Learn more about what Autumn has gained from her time with City Year, and what inspires her to continue to serve.
Join Us For Graduation!
On Friday, June 15, 2018, City Year New Hampshire will graduate its 18th class of AmeriCorps members. Join us in celebrating the hard work and dedication that the City Year New Hampshire corps has shown throughout their year of service.