Five Things Friday

TRUST AND JOY COMMITTEE                                                                                         CYNH Trust and Joy committee members are at it again.  This month, corps members appreciate City Year Seattle/King County.

CITY YEAR VISITOR PROGRAM                                                                                  Beech Street Elementary School hosted U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen in a visitor program.  Senator Shaheen participated in a roundtable discussion with the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care City Year Team and a school tour accompanied by community and school leaders.

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COMCAST CAREER DAY                                                                                                           City Year Boston, New Hampshire and Care Force gathered at the Boston Convention Center to receive career training and guidance from over 50 Comcast employees. 

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CAMP CITY YEAR                                                                                                                      Camp City Year provides students with lessons and activities that engage them with their community, build stronger self-confidence, and develop their ability to work in teams.  This year’s theme was Explore Earth,  where students learned about the biomes and environment of the Earth.

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NATIONAL SERVICE RECOGNITION DAY                                                                 Mayor of Manchester Ted Gatsas joined Mayors from across the country to celebrate and recognize the impact of national service in our city and appreciate AmeriCorps members for their term of service.

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About CityYear NH

City Year is a nonprofit that unites young people of all backgrounds for a demanding year of full-time service. As tutors, mentors, and role models, these idealistic leaders make a difference in the lives of children, and transform schools and neighborhoods across the US and in South Africa. For more information on how to get involved please call the City Year New Hampshire Recruitment hotline at 603-218-5101.
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