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One of our greatest keys to success in fostering a national movement to end educational inequity: our network of partners.

Partner With Teach For America

We believe in the power of partnership. As an organization, we know it will take a broad and diverse coalition of changemakers to lead the effort to end educational inequity. That’s why we look to individuals and groups to partner alongside us at every level of the system to help make a positive impact on students, classrooms, schools, and in turn, our communities and nation.

Our partners play a vital role in expanding educational opportunities for all kids. There are so many ways for partners to engage in our programs, at both the national and regional level. If you’re interested in partnering with Teach For America, please contact us today.

Our Partnerships

Read more about the successful partnerships that help us to level the playing field for all children in this nation:

Philanthropic Partnerships

As a nonprofit organization, we rely on the generous support of corporate partners, individual donors, family foundations, and other philanthropic partnerships. Your donations allow us to find, develop, and support leaders who work towards creating educational opportunity for all students.

Learn more about donating to Teach For America.

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Corporate Partnerships

We work with corporate partners to expand opportunity and access for kids across the country and in our shared communities through the creation of tailored, mutually beneficial partnerships. Learn more our work to date and how you can become a corporate partner here.

Talent Partnerships

Our alumni are leaders with limitless potential, and many employers recognize the value of the skills, commitment, and perspective that is developed by their time in the corps. Teach For America engages annually with more than 1,000 employers who actively pursue our alumni. These partners know that Teach For America alumni are well-positioned to lead from every field and continue to advocate for opportunity throughout their lives.

If you would like to develop a talent partnership or post job opportunities, log-on to TFA Connect BETA or contact us.

National Alliance Partnerships

Our national alliances and initiatives help us bring diverse perspectives to the table. We’re proud to partner with organizations like the United Negro College Fund, UnidosUS, and the National Indian Education Association, which support the operations of our national alliances and our work towards educational equity and excellence. To learn more about how you can partner with one of our national alliances, contact us.

Community Partnerships

We operate in over 50 regions across the United States. Each region has its own vibrant life and educational challenges, and so each of our regional offices develop a variety of relationships and collaborations within the community that reflect the local landscape and unique regional needs.

If you would like to partner up with a regional office, find the appropriate regional office’s contact information for partnership inquiries.

Public Funding Partnerships

Teach For America's work is supported by a number of public funding partners, including:

  • Corporation for National and Community Services: AmeriCorps
  • Department of Education Grants such as the Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) Grant Program and Education, Innovation, and Research (EIR) Grant Program

To learn more about how you can form a public funding partnership with Teach For America, please contact Shalini Lall

School and District Partnerships

Our partnerships with schools and districts are at the heart of our work. We partner with thousands of schools and districts across our 51 regions. Our partner schools and districts value the talent, leadership, and commitment of our Teach For America corps members and alumni. Our partner schools hire corps members to teach during their two-year commitment and beyond.

These partnerships are established on the local level. Find the appropriate regional office’s contact information for partnership inquiries.