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City Year Detroit Step Team - Ripples of Hope Performance 2012
 
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City Year is an education focused, nonprofit organization that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service to keep students in school and on track to graduation. This performance took place on April 26th, 2012, opening up the City Year Detroit Ripples of Hope Gala Fundraiser at the Max M. Fisher Music Center, home of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. CYD 2012 Step Team members: Laura Oullette, Emily Dawson, Andrea Jackson, P. Alexander Sanders, Courtney Grady, Dong Nguyen, Laura Fields-Sommers, Michelle Udeli, Cornetta Lane, Keyonna Thompson, Adria Adeleye, and Kate Mulhern. Special thanks to CYD Step Team Coach and Advisor Brandis Taylor :)
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City Year Detroit - Ripples of Hope video by Comcast
 
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http://cityyear.peoplemovers.com Video created by Comcast to be shown at our 2010 Ripples of Hope Gala Dinner highlighting City Year's service in Detroit.
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NY Ripples of Hope Gala Dinner 2010.mov
 
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Some highlights from this year's event in New York City
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City Year Detroit Appreciation Video
 
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Sending appreciations from City Year Providence's Central High School Team to our folks in City Year Detroit. Be sure to turn on the captions so you can follow along. Enjoy y'all!
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Ripples of Hope 2012
 
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On April 10th, City Year New York celebrated our Ninth Annual Ripples of Hope Dinner, honoring Maurice R. "Hank" Greenberg and The Starr Foundation. Those in attendance experienced an energetic and inspiring night with more than 450 of New York's corporate, civic, and philanthropic leaders, our 255 corps members, and for the first time, several of the students that we work with every day. To read a full recap please visit our blog - http://bit.ly/HLH2B1
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Mr. James Reynolds, City Year Chicago Ripples of Hope Remarks–2016 (with Introduction)
 
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City Year Chicago's Ripples of Hope Awards Dinner convened on Thursday, April 25, 2015 at the Fairmont Millennium Park Hotel in Chicago. City Year Chicago honored James Reynolds of Loop Capital and Thomas Ricketts of Chicago Cubs with a City Year Red Jacket, for their positive impact on our city’s schools and communities. City Year’s Red Jacket is a distinction reserved for those who exhibit exemplary leadership including the City Year members who dedicate a year to help students succeed. At City Year, we believe education has the power to help every child reach his or her potential. However, in high-poverty communities there are external factors and obstacles students are faced with every day that can interfere with their ability to both get to school and be ready and able to learn. But it's these students who need a bit of extra, individualized support. But there’s a gap between the kind of help they need and the support the schools are designed to provide. America’s schools are designed to provide extra support to just 15% of students. But in many high-poverty communities, 50% or more students require additional support academic, social, or emotional support. The result of this gap is a shockingly high dropout rate in high-poverty communities. But, there is a solution. Within these communities, dropouts are often highly concentrated, so we’re able to identify and target the specific schools that are in need of extra support. From there, we can start working to put students on the right path to graduation—which is where City Year comes in. At City Year, we partner with most at-risk schools to help bridge the gap between what their students need and what the schools are designed to provide. In doing so, we’re helping students reach their full potential and graduate high school in communities all across America. Be part of the solution: http://bit.ly/1R6GfR1 Do you want to #makebetterhappen with City Year? Apply to serve as a City Year AmeriCorps member! ___ Connect with us: Read our blog: http://www.cityyear.org/blog Follow @CityYear on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CityYear Like @CityYear on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cityyear See photos of our service on Instagram: https://instagram.com/cityyear/
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City Year Detroit Impact
 
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At City Year, we believe education has the power to help every child reach his or her potential. However, in high-poverty communities there are external factors and obstacles students are faced with every day that can interfere with their ability to both get to school and be ready and able to learn. But it's these students who need a bit of extra, individualized support. But there’s a gap between the kind of help they need and the support the schools are designed to provide. America’s schools are designed to provide extra support to just 15% of students. But in many high-poverty communities, 50% or more students require additional support academic, social, or emotional support. The result of this gap is a shockingly high dropout rate in high-poverty communities. But, there is a solution. Within these communities, dropouts are often highly concentrated, so we’re able to identify and target the specific schools that are in need of extra support. From there, we can start working to put students on the right path to graduation—which is where City Year comes in. At City Year, we partner with most at-risk schools to help bridge the gap between what their students need and what the schools are designed to provide. In doing so, we’re helping students reach their full potential and graduate high school in communities all across America. Be part of the solution: http://bit.ly/1R6GfR1 Do you want to #makebetterhappen with City Year? Apply to serve as a City Year AmeriCorps member! ___ Connect with us: Read our blog: http://www.cityyear.org/blog Follow @CityYear on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CityYear Like @CityYear on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cityyear See photos of our service on Instagram: https://instagram.com/cityyear/
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City Year Detroit
 
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City Year Detroit impact
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2011 Ripples of Hope Dinner
 
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On May 4th, we hosted our Eighth Annual Ripples of Hope Dinner at Pier 60, Chelsea Piers. We honored two champions who have been instrumental to the growth of City Year New York: Bain & Company (represented by Steve Ellis, Worldwide Managing Director) and former Chancellor of The New York City Public Schools, Joel Klein. Thank you to everyone who attended and supported our Ripples of Hope Dinner. Events like these allow us to put more corps members into schools and have an even greater impact on the students and communities we serve. Please watch this video to see some of the highlights from an evening filled with energy, fun and inspiration.
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City Year Orlando Unity Rally 10.24.14
 
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PT Crew step routine
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City Year LA - Foot Fires "PT" Demo
 
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City Year "physical training" is a way we energize both our corps members and students. These high energy exercises are just one way we create an exciting and positive environment at our schools.
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CYD Rise "Your City Year"
 
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Support City Year Detroit in the Rise Detroit Charity Challenge https://www.crowdrise.com/CityYear-RiseDetroit
City Year South Africa
 
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City Year South Africa is a volunteer organisation which was initiated between Nelson Mandela and Bill Clinton. It began its service in the year of 2005. After being with these volunteers you realize you have met a very large and very diverse family. It is an honor to work with them in providing an employability skills course each year.
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Nitichan, Executive Director of City Year NH
 
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City Year provides services to students in nearly 30 locations across the country and helps bridge the opportunity gap for students. Pawn Nitichan, Executive Director of City Year NH joins Newsmakers to discuss the work in New Hampshire’s schools.
City Year Detroit's 2017 Red Jacket Gala
 
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On Thursday, May 11, 2017, over 600 prominent community leaders joined City Year Detroit at Cobo Center for the Red Jacket Gala, an inspirational evening dedicated to improving the educational opportunities for the students of Detroit. Every year, City Year Detroit honors one extraordinary individual from our community with the Idealist in Action award, which recognizes remarkable Detroiters and extraordinary leaders who have demonstrated a powerful commitment to service to our city and its future. This year, we were honored to present the 2017 Idealist in Action Award to Matthew Simoncini, President and CEO of Lear Corporation. About City Year: At City Year, we believe education has the power to help every child reach his or her potential. However, in high-poverty communities there are external factors and obstacles students are faced with every day that can interfere with their ability to both get to school and be ready and able to learn. But it's these students who need a bit of extra, individualized support. But there’s a gap between the kind of help they need and the support the schools are designed to provide. America’s schools are designed to provide extra support to just 15% of students. But in many high-poverty communities, 50% or more students require additional support academic, social, or emotional support. The result of this gap is a shockingly high dropout rate in high-poverty communities. But, there is a solution. Within these communities, dropouts are often highly concentrated, so we’re able to identify and target the specific schools that are in need of extra support. From there, we can start working to put students on the right path to graduation—which is where City Year comes in. At City Year, we partner with most at-risk schools to help bridge the gap between what their students need and what the schools are designed to provide. In doing so, we’re helping students reach their full potential and graduate high school in communities all across America. Be part of the solution: http://bit.ly/1R6GfR1 Do you want to #makebetterhappen with City Year? Apply to serve as a City Year AmeriCorps member! ___ Connect with us: Read our blog: http://www.cityyear.org/blog Follow @CityYear on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CityYear Like @CityYear on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cityyear See photos of our service on Instagram: https://instagram.com/cityyear/
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City Year Orlando PT BTA 8.9.13
 
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PT during BTA 8.9.13 at Seaside Plaza, City Year Orlando
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City Year Columbia Ripples of Hope 2006
 
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Ripples of Hope 2006
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City Year Orlando PT Crew at Memorial
 
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This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
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A Day in Our Life | City Year Little Rock | cityyear.org
 
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Follow Derrick, a City Year AmeriCorps member from Little Rock/North Little Rock through a day in his life. Hear what his partner teacher and his students think about what it's like to work with a corps member, too. About City Year: Sometimes, to build relationships with your students you have to take risks. AmeriCorps member Rachel decided to decorate her student’s locker before his first football game. “Two different endings could have happened to this. One, he’d be incredibly embarrassed—then he’d never want to talk to me. Or two, he’d like it and then we’d be able to build a relationship.” How did her student react? Listen to find out. About City Year: At City Year, we believe education has the power to help every child reach his or her potential. However, in high-poverty communities there are external factors and obstacles students are faced with every day that can interfere with their ability to both get to school and be ready and able to learn. But it's these students who need a bit of extra, individualized support. But there’s a gap between the kind of help they need and the support the schools are designed to provide. America’s schools are designed to provide extra support to just 15% of students. But in many high-poverty communities, 50% or more students require additional support academic, social, or emotional support. The result of this gap is a shockingly high dropout rate in high-poverty communities. But, there is a solution. Within these communities, dropouts are often highly concentrated, so we’re able to identify and target the specific schools that are in need of extra support. From there, we can start working to put students on the right path to graduation—which is where City Year comes in. At City Year, we partner with the most at-risk schools to help bridge the gap between what their students need and what the schools are designed to provide. In doing so, we’re helping students reach their full potential and graduate high school in communities all across America. Be part of the solution: http://bit.ly/1R6GfR1 Do you want to #makebetterhappen with City Year? Apply to serve as a City Year AmeriCorps member! ___ Connect with us: Read our blog: http://www.cityyear.org/blog Follow @CityYear on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CityYear Like @CityYear on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cityyear See photos of our service on Instagram: https://instagram.com/cityyear/
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CyZyGy 2006 in NYC
 
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CIty Year Boston Corps 05-06 won PT Competition
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What happens when parents, teachers and City Year collaborate?
 
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"When I first got involved and got to know about about City Year, they told me about all the things they were going to do for us. And I said, 'Yeah, right.' Low and behold, they not only accomplished the things they said they were going to, they accomplished more." Listen to our City Year Providence partner schools, teachers, parents and students share what City Year means to their community. To learn more about City Year Providence, visit http://www.cityyear.org/rhodeisland This video, generously created by Hasbro Cake Mix Studios, originally aired at the City Year Providence Gala-- Starry Starry Night on May 8 2015. The Gala celebrates the diverse teams of AmeriCorps members who serve in our Providence schools, providing individual support to students who need extra care and attention. About City Year: At City Year, we believe education has the power to help every child reach his or her potential. However, in high-poverty communities there are external factors and obstacles students are faced with every day that can interfere with their ability to both get to school and be ready and able to learn. But it's these students who need a bit of extra, individualized support. But there’s a gap between the kind of help they need and the support the schools are designed to provide. America’s schools are designed to provide extra support to just 15% of students. But in many high-poverty communities, 50% or more students require additional support academic, social, or emotional support. The result of this gap is a shockingly high dropout rate in high-poverty communities. But, there is a solution. Within these communities, dropouts are often highly concentrated, so we’re able to identify and target the specific schools that are in need of extra support. From there, we can start working to put students on the right path to graduation—which is where City Year comes in. At City Year, we partner with most at-risk schools to help bridge the gap between what their students need and what the schools are designed to provide. In doing so, we’re helping students reach their full potential and graduate high school in communities all across America. Be part of the solution: http://www.cityyear.org/join-the-corps/how-to-apply
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Why I Serve Statements & City Year Buffalo
 
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At City Year, we believe that every child has the potential to succeed. At the same time, we recognize that many children face obstacles that interfere with their ability to arrive at school every day ready to learn. More than 10 million children live in neighborhoods of concentrated poverty and are more than two times more likely to face adverse childhood experiences, including trauma and toxic stress. Nationally, students in these circumstances graduate high school at rates that are nearly 22 percentage points lower than their middle- and upper income peers. Research shows that providing students with positive caring adult relationships at school, individualized academic supports and opportunities to develop social-emotional skills like self-management, optimistic thinking and decision making can keep students on track to high school graduation and adult success. Despite the often heroic efforts of teachers and administrators, schools in high poverty communities require additional capacity to provide students with the skills they need to become engaged citizens and productive members of the labor force. At City Year, we partner with high need schools to help bridge the gap between what their students need and what schools are designed and resourced to provide. In doing so, we’re helping students succeed in school and in life. Be part of the solution: http://bit.ly/1R6GfR1 ___ Connect with us: Read our blog: http://www.cityyear.org/blog Follow @CityYear on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CityYear Like @CityYear on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cityyear See photos of our service on Instagram: https://instagram.com/cityyear/
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City Year Values Project
 
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City Year South Africa
 
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City Year Chicago - John Hope - No Lie
 
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2013 Attendance Rally
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City Year London-Opening Day PT City Hall, 110 The Queens Walk, London
 
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City Year London's (2010-2011) PT routine Outside City Hall London. I apologise for the rubbish camera work I was trying to do other stuff at the same time. For more information about City Year London visit. www.cityyear.org.uk This youtube account is not affiliated with City Year London
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City Year South Africa 2014 core
 
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2014 Slide show
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City Year South Africa Readiness Check
 
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The City Year readiness check - South Africa style.
City Year Detroit: A day in the Life of a Corp Member with Kate Mulhern
 
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City Year Detroit Corp member Kate Mulhern shares what a day in the life of her Corp year looks like
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City Year Orlando PT Crew Annual Gala Step Performance
 
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4.30.14 PT Crew performs a step routine for the Red Jackets Rock annual gala event.
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Robert F. Kennedy Legacy Program Robert F. Kennedy: Ripples of Hope
 
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In her book, Ripples of Hope, daughter Kerry Kennedy captures the legacy of her father, former senator and U.S. attorney general Robert F. Kennedy, through interviews with dozens of prominent and international figures who have been inspired by him and his stands for civil rights, education, justice, and peace. Through these interviews, Kerry Kennedy aims to enlighten people anew about her father’s legacy and bring to life RFK’s values and passions. A book signing follows the program.
City Year Orlando PT Crew Perform at a Pep Rally
 
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There has not been a pep rally at Memorial in 2-3 years and the City Year Orlando PT Crew set the tone for what a pep rally should look like. The kids go crazy for the PT Crew and the CY term serving at Memorial.
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Ripples: Building a Community in Boston - City Year Boston
 
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http://www.cityyearbostonblog.com - Of nearly 24,000 BPS students in grades 3-9, nearly 47% are off-track for graduating high school in four years. City Year Boston serves to keep students in school and on track to graduate. This video is an interview collection chronicling the impact that City Year Boston is having on their AmeriCorps members and the teachers and schools they serve. Hear touching personal stories of corps members who work long days to reach students who are falling behind. See teachers describe the difference that the City Year corps are making in classrooms across the city throughout their gap year of in-school support. Find out why City Year is important to students, young adults, schools, communities, and the country. Created by Elijah Fanelli, Gabriel Solis, and Michaela Kinlock. Learn more at http://www.cityyear.org/boston
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Opening Day Mandela Tribute
 
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Service Leaders pay tribute to our co-founder, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, at City Year South Africa's 2014 Opening Day.
City Year Boston BTA 15'-16' Pledge & PT Spotlight
 
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Call to service - (0:00- 0:22) Power Chant - (0:45 - 1:03) Fired Up - (3:00 - 3:20) Power Lunges - (3:40 - 4:11) Motivation Check - (4:30 - 4:58) Double D Stops - (5:18 - 5:50) Dexterity Check - (12:40 - 12:53)
Views: 829 Philjay Solar
2013 NCoC Annual Conference - City Year PT beak and presentation
 
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City Year PT break at the 2013 NCoC Annual Conference. PT Break led by the City Year Washington, DC PT Crew. The break was followed by short speech from Jeff Franco, Executive Director of City Year Washington, DC.
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City Year - I am change and I can be anything
 
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Public service announcement from City Year. I am change and I can be anything. give a year. change the world. http://www.cityyear.org
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City Year Miami 2012-2013
 
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City Year's southernmost U.S. site brings you its first music video "City Year Miami", written and directed by Robert Poland '12, '13, edited by Mariela Hernandez '12, '13, recorded by Amanda Calderon '10, '11 and starring City Year Miami 2012-2013 staff and senior corps. Welcome to Miami!
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City Year CEO Discusses Impactful Leadership
 
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Michael Brown is CEO and Co-Founder of City Year, a nonprofit that organizes young adults for a year of service in high-need schools. He spoke recently to students at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and discusses how he defines impactful leadership in this video interview.
City Year South Africa
 
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City Year South Africa's morning routine.
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