City Year Vacation & Paid Time Off

141 employees reported this benefit
Updated May 6, 2015
3.4
29 Ratings

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Jul 9, 2020
Current AmeriCorps Member in New York, New York State

You get 11 days to spend as you please, whether for mental health, sickness ect

Feb 26, 2020
Current Program Manager in Columbus, Ohio

Few days are mandatory for staff and volunteers. Rest is very flexible

Nov 26, 2019
Former City Year Corps Member in San Antonio, Texas

You are required to meet a minimum of hours at the end of the year. Doesn’t mater how many breaks you take, you still need to meet it

Jul 10, 2019
Former Corps Member in Washington, District of Columbia

They give you 12 days to take off (any more than that, and you get fired). Because this is a stipend job, you still get "paid" time off. I didn't feel like I needed more because you also had all the schools days off as well. And they give a bunch of random days off for the whole corps that don't count against you.

Apr 15, 2019
Current Employee

you must request your time off well in advance, you may not get the day anyway

Apr 15, 2019
Current Americorps Service Member in Denver, Colorado

You only get 12 PTO days all year and 0 sick days

Jun 19, 2018
Current City Year Corps Member in Los Angeles, California

Strict and was only allowed time off for sick days or professional development

Apr 9, 2018
Current Employee

STAFF POSITIONS: I came from a company that allowed only 5 days per year for your first two years of working there and went up to 10days and capped out at 15days off after working there for 5 years (ZERO sick time). Coming to City Year you accrue sick time from day 1 - this has no cap and rolls over to new years. You also accrue paid time off from day 1 - only a certain amount will roll over to the new year. I was amazed at the amount of time off I could take and get paid for.

Mar 13, 2018
Current Individual Giving Manager in San Jose, California

Stackable vacation and you don't have to use your days for Spring Break etc.

Sep 15, 2017
Former City Year Team Leader in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

As a team leader, we only got 14 days off a year. Frankly for your mental and physical health this is not enough. But you have to realize that this is service after all.

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