Monthly Archives: January 2013

Trust and Joy = Love and Joy

By Jesula Charles, 23 years old, from Miami, Florida serving on the Comcast NBCUniversal team at Bakersville Elementary School. City Year New Hampshire corps members show more than just our love and joy for service everyday. Since October, we’ve had … Continue reading

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Alumni Interview: Naeko Martin

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Naeko Martin, an alumni of City Year New Hampshire shares her insights from her experience! Hello readers, Brandi Worley again, a member of the mighty Wilson Wolves, back to share interesting thoughts from a … Continue reading

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When Break is Not Enough

Written by Jon Kirsch, 20, from Bedford, NH serving at Parker-Varney Elementary School There was a time, not long ago, when I was so excited for winter break. Then break was upon me, and I found, to my surprise, that … Continue reading

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The Legacy of a Dream

By Dianne Guerrier – 23 years old, from Orlando, FL serving on The Timberland Team at McDonough Elementary School. “Desegregation is only a partial, though necessary, step toward the ultimate goal which we seek to realize. Desegregation will break down legal … Continue reading

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A New Year, A New Beginning

“New Year, New Me!” a phrase that I’ve heard many times year after year. In my opinion, especially after experiencing a City Year corps member lifestyle, the phrase should be changed to “New Year, Improving Me”.  Hello all, Brandi Worley … Continue reading

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It’s Time for LACY!

Dear City Year New Hampshire Corps, My name is Yulissa Hidalgo and this month’s blog will be about LACY, or Leadership After City Year. There are two questions I keep asking myself when planning anything LACY related that I would … Continue reading

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It’s an Experience!

-Written by Amanda Forget, 22, from Cumberland, RI serving on the Gossler Park Team co-sponsored by Catholic Medical Center and Lincoln Financial Foundation I always find that when I am visiting home someone seems to dwell on how many hours … Continue reading

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Cathedral Building at Beech Street

Written by Christopher Potter, 22, from Arlington, MA serving on the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Team at Beech Street Elementary School “Cathedral Building” does exactly what a founding story should. It has given me perspective this year, and reminded me … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: City Year New Hampshire Shadow Day!

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What is Leadership?

By Dianne Guerrier – 23 years old, from Orlando, FL serving as a corps member on The Timberland Team at McDonough Elementary School. “The thing that not only starts your leadership but develops it, is putting it into practice.” –Stephen … Continue reading

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