Our regional team is led by born-and-raised Michiganders and our staff and corps members are a combination of Michigan natives and transplants, all of whom have become fierce advocates for the Motor City, proud to call Detroit home.
Time and again Detroit has shown the rest of the country what is possible through innovation. Innovation like the creation of Detroit Horse Power, a nonprofit founded by 2012 alum David Silver, which teaches Detroit’s kids to ride and care for horses while building critical social-emotional skills.
With a deep belief in all students and your own innovative spirit, you can join the diverse group of over 800 corps members and alumni who are partnering with our city’s highest need schools to make an excellent education a reality for every single child growing up in Detroit.
Alumni in Region
TFA Detroit corps member Abigail Gooding is a silent hero - Detroit Public Television
June 13, 2020
TFA Detroit alum Patrick Harris is a silent hero - Detroit Public Television
June 4, 2020
TFA Detroit alum Meenakshi Mukherjee is a silent hero - Detroit Public Television
May 26, 2020
For the first time, Detroit’s Teach for America teachers have been trained locally
August 2, 2019
Style Profile: The City Teacher Katie Rogers
July 29, 2019
Mayor: Mike Duggan’s newest top deputy will focus on children and school
May 8, 2019
Detroit district takes new literacy program national
April 11, 2019
TFA-Detroit Breaks Down Socioeconomic Barriers
April 3, 2019
Jill Marecki helps college-bound kids whose school closed
March 13, 2019
College advocate tapped by Whitmer as education adviser
March 4, 2019
For this Detroit teacher, math is about teaching ‘what makes something true’
September 14, 2018
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Detroit, MI 48207-4037
Jacob Robinson - Manager, Alumni Network Strength
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