Looking for opportunities to support and lead in the work towards educational equity? Learn more about programs available through Teach For America
Ready to expand your educational leadership?
The Nashville Aspiring School Leader Fellowship supports classroom teachers who aspire to teach in a Nashville district-run school
TFA Professional Development for Alumni
Leadership for Educational Equity
Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit leadership development organization working to end the injustice of education inequity by inspiring and supporting a diverse set of leaders with classroom experience to engage civically and politically.
Rural School Leadership Academy
The Rural School Leadership Academy is a fully sponsored year-long fellowship for current and aspiring school leaders working in rural communities. Join a cohort of leaders from across the country and develop the skills necessary to expand your work in rural education.
Community Professional Development Opportunities
Looking for ways to get connected into the Nashville or Chattanooga community and grow your leadership? Learn more about programs offered by community organizations in our region.
Tennessee Educators of Color Alliance
Educators of color need a shared, elevated voice and a stronger presence to help craft these types of strong accountability systems that we know ultimately lead to improved outcomes for students of diverse backgrounds. To make this happen, we need to engage and convene educators of colors with opportunities to fellowship, develop layers of mentorship, and exposures to leadership opportunities.
Tenenssee Educator Fellowship
Learn. Reflect. Inform. Tennessee Educator Fellows do those things and more during a one-year term as part of a cohort of teachers, school counselors, and librarians. Tennessee Educator Fellows learn about education policy and research and how to advocate for the policies, practices, and systems that affect student achievement and educator effectiveness.
The Mosaic Fellows will undertake an intensive experience that features thought-provoking readings and discussions about leadership, diversity, and important issues in public education and social change. Fellows will deeply interrogate the history and trajectory of education with in Tennessee and take their existing skills, knowledge and experiences to build an understanding of shared values.
If you represent a community organization and have a Fellowship or collaborative that would be great for TFA alumni, submit the information here. This form will be reviewed and opportunities updated each month.