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Events

  • Through With 2022!
    Jan 27, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    Hosted at Junior League Nashville, 2202 Crestmoor Rd, Nashville, TN, USA
    The Teach For America Nashville-Chattanooga alumni board invites you to our new year celebration, Through with 2022! Join us for food, fun, and festivity.

Past Events

Thu, Jul 14, 2022 | Zoom: Virtual Event

2022 School Board Candidates Forum

The TFA Nashville-Chattanooga Alumni Board in partnership with Nashivlle Teacher Residence and Tennessee Educators of Color Alliance invited local educators to meet the candidates running for school board seats in the Davidson County School District.

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Thur, July 23, 2022 | Sevier Park

TFAlumni Family & Friends Cookout

For the first time since 2019, our Teach For America network was able to come together to celebrate and welcome our incoming corps members!

 

The TFA Nashville-Chattanooga Alumni Board planned and organized the event where over 70 corps members, alumni, and their family and friends gathered. Food was provided by Rocky's Wing Shack and attendees played yard games like corn hole, received door prizes, and were able to participate in face painting.

Thu, Apr 14, 2022 | Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition

Speak Up Speak Out: Leading with Youth Voice

In partnership with Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition (TIRRC)Nashville Teacher Residency, and Tennessee Educators of Color  Alliance (TECA) TFA hosted a youth panel to discuss what educators and community members can do inside and outside of classrooms to support immigrant and refugee students.

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Wed, Oct 27 2021 | Local Distro

NASLF School Leadership Networking Night

On October 27th, our current and former Nashville Aspiring School Leader Participants were invited to network with current MNPS school leaders. The Fellowship develops and supports a diverse cohort of future school leaders to expand educational equity for children in Metro Nashville Public Schools.

Tue, Sept 21, 2021 | Chattanooga Brewing Company

TFA in Chattanooga Corps Member and Alumni Social

Teach For America corps members and alumni throughout greater Chattanooga came together for food and dialogue and to build connection as we strengthen and grow our TFA network in Chattanooga. 

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Wed, Feb 24 2021 | Zoom: Virtual Event

More than a Buzzword: Exploring Educational Equity

Walk the walk, put in the work

Have you been asking yourself: "What's next for me?" Where do I fit in the fight for educational equity?"

Teach For America Nashville-Chattanooga hosted a virtual workshop led by 
The Equity Alliance that helped our alums and corps members to develop a deeper understanding of how our own personal theory of change impacts our long-term vision of educational equity. Participants explored and identified opportunities to engage beyond the classroom, and reflect on how collective impact influences policy and the classroom.

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Thu, Sep 16 2021 | Pearl-Cohn Entertainment Magnet High School Auditorium

By Design: The Shaping of Nashville's Public Schools

On September 26th, we hosted a viewing of the  Nashville Public Education Foundation’s new documentary “By Design: The Shaping of Nashville’s Public Schools”. Right after it, we facilitated a panel with key community members who guided us on how to advocate to generate awareness and advocacy to stimulate policy solutions for a better public school system where all students can thrive.

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Tue - Wed, Jul 28-29 2021 | Zoom: Virtual Event

School Board Candidates Forum

We hosted a forum to meet the candidates that were running for school board seats in the Davidson County School District.
As members of the Nashville community, we played a vital role in deciding who should fill those seats. This online event helped us understand the role of the school board, who the candidates were, and the process of voting as a civic engagement responsibility.

The event was divided into two different parts, each one of them hosted on different dates.

 

On Tuesday, July 28th we engaged in a conversation with two school board members who explained to us the role of the board, the main goals, and some of the challenges they experience from their seats during their tenure.

The second part of the event took place on Wednesday, July 29th, where we had a forum with the rest of the candidates running for the school board.

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