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North Carolina Department of Public Education requires all Teach For America corps members to qualify for a Residency License prior to entering the classroom. Please read more in the Certification & Training section.
LGBTQ+ Legal Protections
Learn more about LGBTQ employment protections across Charlotte-Piedmont Triad cities through the Human Rights Campaign's Equality Index. Check out Charlotte Prism to connect with our work on a local level.
Subject & Grade Placements
We do our best to match our corps members with their preferred subject area. However, subject assignment is based on a variety of internal and external factors. The primary factor of subject assignment is based on the needs of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and Guilford County Schools. That said, the highest need subject areas in our school districts are secondary mathematics, secondary science, Spanish, and elementary.