Ways to Partner
Teach For America's unprecedented scale, infrastructure, and impact enable us to co-create custom partnerships that drive change at both the local and national levels. Read our case studies below and see how Teach For America works with companies to advance educational equity and excellence.
Cause Marketing & Custom Programming
We collaborate with brands and partners to launch innovative campaigns and programming that enhance student outcomes and generate authentic storytelling opportunities.
Adobe | Our partnership with Adobe will bring more creativity and storytelling into the classroom through trainings, resources, and curriculum for Teach For America’s thousands of educators. Adobe’s support will expand rural and urban students' access to creative technology that can unleash the power of their imaginative and original thinking. Together, we will expand access to #CreativityForAll and ensure that our students can share their stories and gifts with the world.
Whirlpool | Each day, thousands of students miss school because they don’t have access to clean clothes. To address this issue, Whirlpool introduced the Care Counts™ laundry program, which installs washers and dryers in high-need schools, and collaborated with Teach For America to bring this program to 50 schools across the country.
Kode With Klossy | Kode With Klossy creates learning experiences and opportunities that provide young women with the skills and confidence required to succeed in a digital world. Through our partnership, Teach For America helps hire and train instructors for Kode With Klossy’s free camps.
SurveyMonkey | SurveyMonkey is among Teach For America’s longest standing cause partners. Through its Contribute platform, SurveyMonkey gives panelists the opportunity to generate a financial contribution to Teach For America for each survey taken, investing more than $1,000,000 to Teach For America since 2011.
NBA CARES | In 2018, we partnered with the NBA, State Farm, and Chris Paul Family Foundation to build a STEAM lab at a Teach For America partner school in Phoenix, creating a space for students to grow and practice their STEAM skills through new, cutting edge equipment.
Grassroots Impact, National Scale
Teach For America's national footprint and unique infrastructure allows companies to efficiently invest in local communities across the country.
State Farm | Like Teach For America, State Farm® believes that change happens from the ground up. Their investment in ten Teach For America regions and our national movement ensures communities are the driving force of change.
Fundacion MAPFRE | partners with Teach For America to expand educational opportunities in the Bay Area, Boston, and Phoenix. In each metro area, Fundacion MAPFRE sponsors Teach For America leaders and alumni-led schools, while also engaging local employees.
Bank of America | Bank of America invests in Teach For America's national and regional efforts to recruit and develop a diverse teacher corps to increase access to educational opportunity and eliminate barriers to economic mobility.
Chubb | Chubb supports Teach For America's regional efforts to recruit and train teachers to help expand the academic and personal growth of students in under-resourced public schools. Chubb also supports Teach For All as well as our network partners in Colombia, Mexico, and Thailand.
Partners can choose which part of our program to invest in based on their companies’ interests - ranging from STEM to Diversity, Equity, & Inclusiveness and so much more.
Infosys Foundation USA | Infosys Foundation USA partners with Teach For America to bridge the country’s digital divide by expanding computer science education. Together, we’ve created computational thinking (CT) training and computer science (CS) learning opportunities for teachers of all grade levels and subject areas, increasing student exposure to CT.
Through this partnership, we’re dismantling systemic barriers and increasing the number of schools providing high-quality CS/CT learning experiences. Visit Infosys Foundation USA for more information.
Cognizant U.S. Foundation | Together, the Cognizant U.S. Foundation and Teach For America are increasing access to computer science education for all students, regardless of their zip code. Through innovative fellowships and CS professional development opportunities, we are partnering to provide teachers and school leaders in Teach For America’s vast network with the knowledge, resources, and support to launch and bolster high-quality computer science programs in schools across the nation.
3M | 3M and Teach For America partner to recruit and train a diverse pipeline of STEM educators across the United States. The 3M Fellows program allows our STEM teachers to engage in best-in-class STEM professional development, expanding access to high-quality STEM opportunities for students.
FedEx | Since 2007, FedEx has fueled our efforts to become one of the most diverse pipelines of education leaders in the country. Today, FedEx invests in our underclassmen engagement efforts as well as our local work in Memphis. They also provide critical in-kind shipping and delivery support.
Northrop Grumman Foundation | Northrop Grumman Foundation invests in Teach For America's national computer science efforts while also supporting TFA STEM and military veteran teachers across multiple regions.
Strategic In-Kind Support
Our in-kind support partners generously donate products and services that benefit students and schools, as well as support Teach For America's operations across 51 regions.
LEGO Replay | Teach For America is a donation recipient for the LEGO® Replay program, powered by Give Back Box. This program enables LEGO owners to donate their used LEGO bricks to Teach For America, who will provide them to thousands of classrooms across the country
“Teach For America’s extended network helped us expand the Care Counts™ laundry program, providing even more students access to clean clothes. We are extremely grateful for their partnership.”
“Instructors make the magic of Kode With Klossy camps possible. Sourcing such an incredible group of instructors would not be possible without the initial training and ongoing network Teach for America provides its corps members and alumni.”