April 23rd, 2019

CYA student Asa Berolzheimer volunteers as an English tutor for Falaq, one of the teenage boys living at the shelter of unaccompanied minors run by The Home Project. Twice a week, Asa finds his way to Kipseli, a downtown Athenian neighborhood, to meet Falaq for their 2-hour English lesson. Last week, we joined the class and had a chat with Asa to find out more about his volunteering experience.

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Diversity Abroad Conference


We have proudly sponsored the participation of CYA  student ambassador Jayla Stevenson in the Diversity Abroad Conference in Boston, MA. Here's her encounter of the two days that introduced her to "potential life-long partnerships and students who are committed to bettering our world through activism".

Greek Women's History Lesson 


“...you can be part of the empowerment circuit that will reboot the social mentality by being tenacious and trustworthy, having a strong personal identity with lots of grace and humility, acting with integrity and killing it with kindness.”

CYAer Anna Vargas on why she feels inspired by the story of Greek scientist Eleni Antoniadou. 

Top-10 Places to Visit in Mainland Greece 


For those who know, there is more to Greece than the islands and Athens. CYAer Caroline Farrell asked CYA students, faculty and staff for their favorite places to visit in mainland Greece. 

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