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Join Teach For America's national Prism Alliances on 10/9 - 10/10 and 10/23 - 10/24 for a virtual conference supporting LGBTQ+ students and educators.

Access to opportunity should be a universal truth, but for so many, inequity and legislative instability leaves lives hanging in the balance. Join us for a conversation on immigration justice, where we’ll celebrate the diverse and intersectional immigrant community, explore the impact of immigration policies on our kids and communities, and actions you can take to advocate for immigration justice.

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TFA Logistics + Q&A

October 26, 2021

Get the inside scoop from a TFA recruiter on salary & benefits, training & support, the certification process, and choosing your work location. The first 20 minutes will address the most common questions we receive:

1. What and where will I teach?
2. What will my salary and finances look like?
3. How does teacher certification work?
4. How will I be trained and supported?

We will end with 10 additional minutes of Q&A with a recruiter, at which point you can get your specific questions answered. We will also be sending follow-up resources ahead of our December 3rd deadline. We hope to see you there!

The Teach For All Global Conference

October 27, 2021 — October 31, 2021

The challenges facing this generation of young people worldwide are complex and urgent, with the effects of the pandemic adding to existing inequities. How we rise to these challenges will depend on leadership at all levels. Join Teach For All’s 2021 Global Conference to explore what leadership we need now to create a more equitable, inclusive world.

Increasingly, social justice movements have been pushed into the online sphere and social media has been leveraged as a force for good. What does this new movement of online advocacy and changemaking look like? How do you build an authentic brand as an advocate for equity and move beyond performative social media? Join us for an interactive workshop on building your brand for justice and equity to explore social media as a tool for equity mobilization. 

"I don't deserve to be here." "I'll be found out!" Imposter Phenomenon is a common occurrence that can keep us from feeling a sense of belonging and accomplishment, especially in spaces where societally reinforced expectations of who belongs or who succeeds are pervasive. What does recognizing your own strengths look like in a world that’s set up to not always clearly recognize them? How do you identify when your imposter voice takes over? In this interactive workshop, we'll dive into how to navigate imposter phenomenon and learn to identify triggers, as well as understand the roots of imposter phenomenon in inequity.

8th Annual Native Alliance Leadership Summit

November 05, 2021 — November 07, 2021

We invite Native corps members, alumni and staff from across Turtle Island and Hawaii together for workshops, networking, coalition building and community experiences on November 5-7, 2021. We hope you will join us!

Virtual

TFA Logistics + Q&A

November 10, 2021

Get the inside scoop from a TFA recruiter on salary & benefits, training & support, the certification process, and choosing your work location. The first 20 minutes will address the most common questions we receive:

1. What and where will I teach?
2. What will my salary and finances look like?
3. How does teacher certification work?
4. How will I be trained and supported?

We will end with 10 additional minutes of Q&A with a recruiter, at which point you can get your specific questions answered. We will also be sending follow-up resources ahead of our December 3rd deadline. We hope to see you there!

What happens when the diverse communities of our nation are represented and actively celebrated in art, media, literature, and culture? During this event, we’ll explore how representation and creation leads to an inclusive society that celebrates the rich and diverse heritages of Americans and fosters healing for our marginalized communities. We’ll examine how we empower youth and each other to unleash radical creativity and work toward social justice. 

Virtual

Exploring Pathways Into Teaching

November 18, 2021

Interested in pursuing a career in education? Exploring Pathways Into Teaching is a 45 minute virtual event for equity-minded leaders looking to make a difference as classroom teachers. This event will feature panelists from Teach For America, Urban Teachers, and Relay Graduate School of Education, all of which provide their own pathway to becoming a teacher. Each program will share what makes them unique and provide concrete information on how to get involved. All programs have opportunities in various parts of the United States, too. We will end with 15 minutes of audience Q&A, during which time you can get specific questions answered. We hope to see you there!

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