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Nashville-Chattanooga April Alumni Blast

Apply for the Systems Change Leadership Cohort hosted by Teach For America Nashville-Chattanooga in partnership with guest speakers.

In addition to developing your own theory of action, this cohort will provide an opportunity for you to engage with Nashville community members who are bringing their own theories of action to life.

Application open until April 14th | Cohort starts on April 18th

Publish Your Creative Work With Us

We all have many feelings following the recent events in our community. While we all continue to find ways to move forward and impact change, we want to offer a space for us to process and heal as a community through written and visual art.

We encourage you, your students, and other community members to submit your poem, short story, essay, or drawings.

Check out the first submission in the series HERE.

Submit your own work to be featured HERE.

Support in the aftermath of a school shooting

As Stephen Santellan (Teach For America Nashville-Chattanooga, Executive Director) shared late last month: We know that the Covenant tragedy will have a deep impact on our community for the indefinite future. Our team is committed to offering support and resources that will help you, your schools, and community navigate through this crisis. We encourage each and everyone of you to find space for yourselves to process recent events and we hope that you find the following resources helpful as we work to heal, together.

Please click here for a collection of resources. If you're interested in connecting with the alumni team, please click here.

Workshop: Building a Trauma-Sensitive Classroom

Join a virtual workshop on Wednesday, April 12th from 6pm - 7:30pm CT to discover strategies to create welcoming and safe learning spaces, and nurture healing relationships with students. Click here to register.

Workshop: Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE)

Foundations of Community Organizing: Saturday, April 29th from 11am- 4:30pm CT.

This program is a dynamic training program designed to help you build a foundation of organizing skills and connect to organizers across the country.

As a participant, you’ll learn how to build people power, strengthen local organizations, and to leverage the organizing framework to lead to positive outcomes for students and schools. Click here to learn more & register!

Webinar: Secrets of LinkedIn is being hosted on Thursday, April 20th at 3pm CT. Click here to learn more & to register to receive a recording!

Find our most recent education openings here.

Share which opportunities you're seeking and be the first to know about new roles.

Find employers throughout the world looking to hire TFA alumni here.

Want to hire from our incredible network of over 900 alumni in our Nashville-Chattanooga region? You can now submit your role directly to the online job board here.

Little Wonders Early Learning Center

Interested in exploring early childhood education options in Nashville? Little Wonders Early Learning Center aims to deliver high-quality, child-centered early childhood education to the children of Davidson County educators. Click here to learn more!

Nashville Public Education Foundation (NPEF): Mayoral Candidate Resource

Interested in learning more about Nashville's Mayoral Candidates? Check out this resource from The Nashville Public Education Foundation on questions to consider asking as you engage with mayoral candidates in the coming months.

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