Monthly Archives: October 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Community Meeting

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City Year New Hampshire Welcomes Wendy Spencer

The Visitor Program offers guests the opportunity to experience City Year’s work in action by visiting one of the six schools we partner with in Manchester.  During a visit, each guest is shown a video presentation about City Year, given … Continue reading

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Passion, Inspiration and Advice: Reflections on My Team’s Visit to Comcast NBCUniversal

Hi again everyone! My name is Jesula Charles and I serve on the Comcast NBCUniversal Team in a 5th grade classroom at Bakersville Elementary School. Last week, my team and I had the opportunity to spend time during lunch with … Continue reading

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City Year New Hampshire Site Showcase

“City Year is an extraordinary accomplishment for ordinary people. It brings together incredibly passionate young people from across the country committed to changing the world. I serve because it is an incredible opportunity. To help others is a chance to … Continue reading

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Applicant Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply? Apply to City Year online here! When should I apply to City Year? If City Year is your first choice program then you should apply as soon as possible. If you are considering City Year as … Continue reading

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Corps Member Spotlight: Jesula Charles

Am I a leader? The answer to that question was never an automatic yes.  I struggle with the question despite my numerous leadership roles in various organizations. Shocking? My hesitation is either as outrageous or as uncommon as some might … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the CYNH Corps

Dear Corps Members of City Year New Hampshire, I had an eight-hour drive ahead of me, miles of roads to cover before arriving at my new home in New Hampshire. Three months after college and I was ready for the … Continue reading

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