Learn of all the amazing opportunities to engage with Teach For America Greater New Orleans right here on the HUB! Updates about new programs, community outreach, volunteer opportunities, professional development, alumni experiences, and more will be shared and updated regularly!
What’s new at TFA GNO?
Teach For America Greater New Orleans is always engaging in new ways to stay as current as possible and be a supportive member of the educational landscape in the Greater New Orleans region. We want you, our community, to be part of the work happening here at Teach For America Greater New Orleans!
Explore the different programs and opportunities we have to offer and learn how to get engaged.
GNO Outreach: TFA GNO is committed to offering volunteering, wellness, and social experiences for our corps members, alumni, and our community partners. Through the development of TFA GNO Outreach Program we will build and maintain relationships with community leaders and organizations, participate in monthly volunteer activities within the Greater New Orleans community and offer monthly wellness and social events for our TFA GNO Community. Learn more about it here.
Happening Now in TFA GNO
Stay up to date with the engagement opportunities that TFA GNO has to offer. For more information, please contact Erin Marrero-Savoie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TFA GNO Homecoming Weekend: check back for information
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Current Corps Members
Schools Partnered with in Greater New Orleans
Volunteer Hours Logged by CMs in 2021
Opportunities to Engage with TFA GNO
TFA GNO Alumni Board - A group of alumni who help create the conditions for network connectivity, leadership development, and collective impact of the current corps members and more than 1,000 alumni living in the GNO region. To learn more about TFA GNO Alumni Board please contact Jeffrey Fingerman at email@example.com
The Collective GNO - The Collective is Teach For America's national association for alumni who identify as Native, Indigenous, and people of color. We grow leadership capacity, strengthen community, and increase access to opportunities—all in the interest of serving our students. To learn more about the Collective GNO please email either Erin Marrero-Savoie at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeffrey Fingerman at email@example.com.
Alumni Coaching Fellowship - This is an amazing leadership development opportunity for current TFA alumni who are both teaching in their schools and are ready for added impact. We believe that teachers and leaders hold the key to a more equitable future for the children of GNO. Through this fellowship alumni will have the opportunity to mentor and support current TFA corps members within their school building! Find out more information here!
Get Connected and Get Resources
We want to stay connected with our alumni. If you haven’t already filled out the 2021 Alumni Census Survey click here and fill out the survey today. With this information we will be able to share with you directly the information you are most interested in learning about.
The Sue Lehmann Excellence in Teacher Leadership Award celebrates outstanding teacher leaders achieving excellent outcomes in the classroom and pursuing systems change to expand opportunities for all children. Who can apply? Corps member or alumni teachers (individuals or teams of teachers).
TFA GNO Has started its very own educational podcast, be on the lookout for more episodes from the Entangled Podcast for folx who like to have real conversations about what’s happening in education. Listen to our podcasts now!
TFA Greater New Orleans in the News
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Biz New Orleans
January 5, 2021
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December 16, 2020
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New Orleans City Business
October 1, 2020
Connect With Us
Teach For America Greater New Orleans began with just 45 corps members in 1990, and now has a corps of over 120serving the parishes of Orleans, Jefferson, and St. Bernard. Additionally, there are almost 1,100 alumni living in the region. Today, Teach For America corps members and alumni comprise a full 20 percent of the New Orleans teaching force, and over 50 alumni serve as leaders at the school or school systems level.
The community has seen rapid growth in student achievement. Join Teach For America New Orleans and help transform the educational outlook of students in New Orleans.
Jeffrey Fingerman, Managing Director, Leadership Development firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact us at email@example.com