Making the Leap to Consulting After City Year
A gap year with City Year can open your eyes to new career opportunities. Read how Rachel Hess, City Year Washington D.C. '17, leveraged her time at City Year to make the leap from social work to consulting as a Business Analyst at Deloitte Consulting LLP.
Alumnus: “City Year was my trampoline – it took me to new heights.”
City Year alumnus Terrell Garrett (Washington, D.C. ’11) explains how City Year brought him to new heights through professional development support and his eye-opening experiences during his year of service. Read about Terrell’s path to becoming the Director of Teacher Support at OneGoal, an organization that supports students through the college application process and beyond.
Meet City Year’s Newest Senior Leaders (Part 1): Jessica Greenfield, Kanna Kunchala and Stephen Spaloss
Recently, City Year welcomed several new leaders onto its Senior Leadership Team. Learn more about these senior leaders.
Finding Your Passion and Building Your Career at City Year
Sometimes you think you have life all figured out. You're working hard, full-steam ahead, toward a dream or career or life you've always envisioned for yourself. But no matter how much planning you do, life can sometimes lead you in surprising new directions. This was the case for City Year Jacksonville Executive Director and 2017 Comcast NBCUniversal Leadership Award winner, Dan Foley.
Cultivating Mindfulness in the Workplace and Classroom
Winter is here. That long stretch before spring and vacation has begun. It is easy for students and staff alike to feel drained, burned out and exhausted. It is incredibly important that we take care of ourselves, so we can provide the best service and support to our students, teammates and co-workers. Two City Year staff members share their advice on creating a mindful work space, especially when things get stressful.