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City Year - Ripples of Hope Award Recipient Video
 
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5 minute video consisting of interviews about the City Year Recipient, Kenny Wilson. Video used at the 2015 City Year Gala
Views: 35 ChapaMediaWorks
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
Views: 695 City Year
City Year Columbia Ripples of Hope 2006
 
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Ripples of Hope 2006
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City Year helps San Antonio students get hyped to succeed in school
 
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A non-profit that helps local students is asking for continued support from the federal government.
City Year San Antonio
 
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Davis Middle School Attendance Rap
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City Year-A Day in the Life
 
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Journey of Action went to San Antonio to highlight City Year, a non-profit that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service, giving them the skills and opportunities to change the world. These diverse young leaders help turn around high-need schools and get students back on track to graduation. In our webisode, we spent a day in the life of San Antonio's corp members. We were truly inspired by their dedication and commitment to transforming the schools in which they serve.
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San Antonio Rotary/City Year Kingdom for Kids Event
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 58 Laura Thompson
City Year Graduation (the vision you never saw)
 
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City Year graduation video. What a year its been!!
Views: 96 Joseph Simpson
2009 Walk From Obesity in San Antonio, Tx.
 
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Full version of the Walk from Obesity 2009, sponsored by BMI of Texas in San Antonio, Tx. on 11-8-09. We had over 350 people who participated this year!
Views: 165 BMI of Texas
City Year San Antonio - the Power of Women Luncheon
 
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Aim Believe and Change The Power of Women Inaugural Luncheon January 31, 2014 11:30 am - 1:00 pm RSVP to [email protected]
Views: 526 City Year
City Year San Antonio Team Leader Serenade
 
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At the City Year San Antonio 2013-2014 Midyear Summit, CYSA Team Leaders serenaded the Corps with their rendition of Apologize (orig. By Timbaland) *** Lyrics later, maybe?
Views: 175 JessicaRae Parks
Mike Love Jacketing Ceremony -  City Year National Leadership Summit 2013
 
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We were honored to recognize Mike Love of the Beach Boys with the 7 Generations Award at our 2013 National Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. for his commitment to national service.
Views: 224 City Year
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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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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We are City Year
 
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City Year San Antonio 2007 Young Heroes Slideshow
 
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City Year San Antonio Young Heroes SlideShow 2006-2007!!!!!!
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Track City Year (Parody)
 
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Written & Directed by London McWilliams, Dearborn Middle School Team CYB '11-12 Performed by Duncan Johnson, Dearborn Middle School Team CYB '11-12 Starring: Cynthia Brunelle, VISTA @ Dearborn Middle School CYB '11-12 Mike Gonda, Dearborn Middle School Team CYB '11-12 Scott Jones, Dearborn Middle School Team CYB '11-12
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City Year
 
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City Year, San Antonio
City Year Milwaukee - Annual Dinner 2016 - Student Spotlight
 
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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: Learn more: http://www.cymke.org 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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CYSA Alumni & Friends Movie Fundraiser Promo
 
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CYSA Alumni and Friends Movie Mixer Fundraiser! Wednesday, June 24th at Alamo Draft House Park North. ONLY $15 and ALL ticket proceeds go to City Year San Antonio. Go to the link below to buy your tickets today! https://www.yesgolive.com/cityyearsanantonio/cysa-alumni-friends-movie-mixer
Views: 24 Kim Tolentino
City Year Chicago Graduation 2012, Part Four
 
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Two students from a partner school share how City Year made a difference to them.
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City Year Alumni Who #MadeBetterHappen
 
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ALUMNI WHO #MADEBETTERHAPPEN - Virtual Panel It's not too late to apply for fall and join City Year's 20,000 alumni who are leading successful careers in business, education, medicine, non-profit and more! As part of our #makebetterhappen campaign, City Year cordially invites you to attend a virtual panel to hear firsthand from AmeriCorps alumni whose year of service prepared them to jump start their careers. Click here to join the discussion on Monday, May 23rd at 7PM EST. Please type your questions and comments in the "say something" chat box under the video and we will respond during the Q&A session of the panel. PANELISTS Dr. Hyung "Harry" Cho City Year Philadelphia '03 Education: Cornell '02, Bachelors, Human Biology, Health and Society Education: Temple University School of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine '08; Yale University School of Medicine, Residency, Internal Medicine - Primary Care Program 2008-2011 Professional: Director, Quality and Patient Safety, Division of Hospital Medicine, The Mount Sinai Hospital Assistant Professor of Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Lawrence Murray City Year Philadelphia '10 City Year Los Angeles '11 Education: California University of Pennsylvania '09, Bachelors, Communication Studies, Radio and Television Education: University of Southern California, Masters, Journalism '14 Professional: Researcher, NFL Network Davier Rodriguez City Year San Antonio '10 Education: University of Florida '09, Bachelors, Sociology Education: Arizona State University, MPA and MEd '14, Higher and Post-Secondary Education Professional: Program Coordinator, TRIO Student Support Services, Arizona State University Jamaal Williams City Year New York '08, '09 Education: Cornell University, Psychology, Africana Studies '07 Professional: National Recruitment Director Moderator: Anita Lovaincy Senior National Diversity Recruitment Manager
Views: 473 Darla Pires DeGrace
Whole School, Whole Child 2012
 
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Every 26 seconds a student gives up on school in America. City Year corps members are helping to keep students In School & On Track - one student, one classroom, one school at a time. give a year. change the world. http://www.cityyear.org
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City Year San Jose 2015 Annual Gala Video HD
 
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My song "School's Out" provides the soundtrack to this inspiring video for City Year San Jose, who won 250K in the Google Impact Challenge. This video was used virally online to get out the vote and also played on the jumbotron at Levi Stadium in San Francisco.
Views: 409 McKenna Rowe
City Year AmeriCorps Members Changes Lives and #makebetterhappen
 
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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. And when a student drops out of school, it not only affects him or her, it also has a lasting effect on our communities and society as a whole. 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. Do you want to #makebetterhappen with City Year? Apply to be a City Year corps member: http://www.cityyear.org/joincorps 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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Snaps from Columbus | cityyear Snapchat | cityyear.org
 
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Learning doesn't have to be boring. That's why our City Year Columbus corps loves organizing events like "We Are the World." The kids have so much fun, they don't even realize they're learning! Check out this Snapchat story from our adventures in Columbus last week! 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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Chicago Alumni say #ThankYouCorps to City Year Chicago
 
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Hey City Year Chicago Corps! Some of our #CYChi Alumni have some gratitude to share! #ThankYouCorps! 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/
Views: 63 City Year
CYSA and the San Antonio East Side perform MLK Day of Service foot fires
 
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City Year San Antonio corps members and the San Antonio East Side enjoy PT foot fires to finish their impactful MLK day of service!
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City Year Columbus 2008-2009
 
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Graduation Video June 18, 2009 // created at http://animoto.com
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San Antonio CYSJ Lip Sync 2016
 
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San Antonio Elementary City Year Team
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This is City Year
 
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Information video about City Year, a nonprofit organization built on the belief that young people can change the world, featuring City Year corps members, teachers, and community partners with special appearances by Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, and Bono.
Views: 1231 City Year
City of San Antonio Councilman David Medina Jr. Freshman Year in Office
 
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Video of City of San Antonio freshman Councilman David Medina Jr. featuring first year in office.
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CYDC's 2007 PT Routine
 
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The winning routine from the cyzygy PT championships in New Hampshire!
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City Year Talent Show
 
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City Year Milwaukee Graduation 2015
 
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City Corps Speaker - Kinnethia Tolson gives the farewell speech
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AHSA LEARN AND SERVE (2009)
 
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On October 9, 2009, over 100 high school and AH students and nonprofit and community leaders came together to LEARN from each other AND SERVE San Antonio. Partners: American Humanics at UTSA, City Year San Antonio, Rackspace, Communities in Schools San Antonio, and UTSA P-Initiatives.
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CYCLE Harlem Shake
 
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Just another beautiful Cleveland morning. This is how we stay warm during Unity Rally when it's 20 degrees outside.
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City Year Milwaukee Senior Corps Family Testimonial
 
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City Year Milwaukee Senior Corps Member, Jeff Wheatley-Heckman's parents give their own testimonial about their son's service and decision to join City Year right after high school.
Views: 252 City Year
A Tragic Setback - "Oh Reaper" A BlankTV World Premiere!
 
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http://www.KrankTV.com - A Tragic Setback - "Oh Reaper" - Like this video? Come see thousands more at the Net's largest, uncensored, completely d.i.y. music video site, KrankTV.com! We've got News, Games, Contests and the stuff that we can't show on YouTube! Free! Uncensored! Retarded! KrankTV.com! *** A Tragic Setback - "Oh Reaper" A BlankTV World Premiere! Artist city, country: San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A. Artist Biography: OUT OF THE MIST OF SAN ANTONIO’S DIVERSE MUSIC SCENE EMERGES HEAVY HITTERS A TRAGIC SETBACK. Originally formed by brothers Christopher and Justin Arenas in the early 2000's as young teens they never strayed far from creating music. With their father pushing them to play in what some might compare to the way Selena’s father pushed her. They began writing music and it was time to search for other members. Early on it was clear the Arenas brothers’ passion and drive to show the world they would not quit. In 2015 with former members they went on writing and releasing A Tragic Setback's first album “Chasing the Light”. From there they went on to play such acts as Vans Warped Tour, SXSW, Headliners, and many big openers in the local scene. Having fans from all over the country and the world, success looked imminent. Until a ripple in the band seemed to be what looked like the ultimate ending to a beautiful beginning, but that would not be A Tragic Setback's demise. After being beat down, the Arenas Brothers found themselves on their own again, but not for long. The better part of a year was spent rebuilding and eventually finding original childhood member Mando Hinojosa. The three began searching for the missing puzzle pieces that would now become the new and improved A Tragic Setback. After many tryouts and the painful passage of time, they found new members Jason Espinosa and Jerecho Barrera things would finally be looking up. With Justin Arenas’ powerful heartfelt lead vocals, Chris Arenas’ appropriately busy drumming and highlighting Vocal Features, Mando Hinjosas’ technical jazzy Lead guitar smoothly highlighted by Jason Espinosa’s brilliantly orchestrated rhythm guitar style. Beefed up and perfectly seasoned by Jerecho Barrera’s bass slaps, the band was finally back on the rise. Currently A Tragic Setback is in the works on the bands second album and will be releasing singles. Also keeping busy playing shows with bands such as, Crown the Empire, Secrets, Darkness Divided, Fit for a King, 36 Crazyfists, Powerman 5000, Like Moths to Flames, In Hearts Wake, Phinihas, War of Ages, Cane Hill, OTEP, MyChildren MyBride and many more. About the Video: "Oh Reaper" is about how short life is. The constant battle within ones self in the war with time. In the end you realize time goes on with or without you. so its up to you to do the most you can with the little time you have. Director Name: Josh Wiseman Director Link: https://www.jtwiseguycreations.com/ Producer Name: Cory Brunnemann Producer Link: https://www.corybrunnemann.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/atragicsetback/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/atragicsetback6 Song Lyrics: "Oh Reaper" I can feel the sun, I can see the signs I hope you know. Let life breath You keep yourself above the ground, as the reaper waits here for you. Who knew you wouldn’t hold it against me, but now you’ve gone from changing all directions save me from the pain. Oh from the pain Oh reaper, give me a chance I promise to change my ways, oh I promise Oh reaper, give me a chance I promise to change my ways, oh I promise I've been here once before I'm holding on to the rush. I've been here I've seen it before forever takes away my sanity. You keep yourself above the ground, as the reaper waits here for you. Who you knew you wouldn’t hold it against me, but I found a way to break the chains who weighed me faithful. Tell him you changed the way we felt. I've been here once before I'm holding on to the rush. I've been here I've seen it before forever takes away my sanity Found a way to change the way we felt *** Please support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/blanktv Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BlankTV Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/#!/blanktv Upvote us on Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/BlankTV Check out the new merch! http://www.blanktv.bigcartel.com/ Thumbs Up, Comment and Subscribe!!
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Comcast commercial for City Year
 
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Hip Hop Intellectuals host J H worked for a national non-profit centers on education reform.
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Action Generation Ad - It's Not All About You
 
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City Year - San Antonio
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