Monthly Archives: May 2013

Wordless Wednesday: Gossler Park Artwork

By Amanda Forget, 22 years old from Cumberland, RI serving at Gossler Park Elementary School co-sponsored by Catholic Medical Center and Lincoln Financial Foundation. Between the fourth and fifth grade classrooms at Gossler Park Elementary, there have been various literacy, … Continue reading

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What’s Cooking?: Kids Cooking Club at Bakersville Elementary

Written by Jesula Charles, 23 years old from Miami, FL serving on The Comcast NBCUniversal Team at Bakersville Elementary School. I love to cook, share and learn new recipe ideas and eat. So, when offered the opportunity to lead an after … Continue reading

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Five Things Friday: Get Inspired!

Written by Dianne Guerrier, 24 years old, from Orlando, FL serving on The Timberland Team at McDonough Elementary School. Throughout my year of service, I have found that with the daily comings and goings in life, it is very easy … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Parker-Varney Pi Afterschool Event!

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You’re Invited: City Year New Hampshire’s 2013 Graduation Ceremony

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What Does Leadership Development Look Like?

By Yulissa Hidalgo, 22 years old, from New York City, NY serving on The Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Team at Beech Street Elementary School Now that’s a lofty question.  I do not intend to give you the sole answer but … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: McDonough School Spirit!

By Dianne Guerrier, 24 years old, from Orlando, FL serving on The Timberland Team at McDonough Elementary School. School spirit is often promoted in various forms. This past month, our principal at McDonough Elementary School displayed and promoted school spirit … Continue reading

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The Trust and Joy Committee Appreciates City Year Boston

The Trust and Joy Committee are at it again.  Every month, a group of corps members get together and build a beloved community at our site through events, appreciations and fun/team building activities.  Check out this video recognizing and appreciating … Continue reading

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Turning Sand into Diamonds

Written by Jonathan Kirsch, 20 years old from Bedford, NH serving at Parker-Varney Elementary School co-sponsored by Dartmouth-Hitchcock and The TJX Companies. I came across some sand last week. I scooped it up and put it in my pocket. I … Continue reading

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