FIU's Vice President for Engagement Saif Ishoof takes a selfie with from left: Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvallho; Dolphin's President and CEO Tom Garfinkel; Dan Marino; and Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert. Miami Dolphins Announce $1 Million Partnership with City Year Miami on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at Norland High School in Miami Gardens. Through the educational pillar of their foundation, the Dolphins partner with public schools to help students through graduation. City Year is an education-focused organization that partners with high need public schools across the country. Teams of 17 to 24 year old members are there to support students by focusing on attendance, behavior and course performance through in-class support, tutoring, mentoring and after school programs.
FIU's Vice President for Engagement Saif Ishoof takes a selfie with from left: Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvallho; Dolphin's President and CEO Tom Garfinkel; Dan Marino; and Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert. Miami Dolphins Announce $1 Million Partnership with City Year Miami on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at Norland High School in Miami Gardens. Through the educational pillar of their foundation, the Dolphins partner with public schools to help students through graduation. City Year is an education-focused organization that partners with high need public schools across the country. Teams of 17 to 24 year old members are there to support students by focusing on attendance, behavior and course performance through in-class support, tutoring, mentoring and after school programs. Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff
FIU's Vice President for Engagement Saif Ishoof takes a selfie with from left: Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvallho; Dolphin's President and CEO Tom Garfinkel; Dan Marino; and Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert. Miami Dolphins Announce $1 Million Partnership with City Year Miami on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at Norland High School in Miami Gardens. Through the educational pillar of their foundation, the Dolphins partner with public schools to help students through graduation. City Year is an education-focused organization that partners with high need public schools across the country. Teams of 17 to 24 year old members are there to support students by focusing on attendance, behavior and course performance through in-class support, tutoring, mentoring and after school programs. Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff

Miami Dolphins give $1 million to bring City Year to Miami Gardens schools

April 28, 2015 03:05 PM

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