Teach For America is the national corps of outstanding recent college graduates and professionals who commit to teach for two years in urban and rural public schools and become lifelong leaders in the effort to expand educational opportunity. The mission is to build the movement to eliminate educational inequity by enlisting our nation’s most promising future leaders in the effort. They currently place teachers in 43 regions and 31 states across the country.
Teaching & Learning Collaborative (TLC) is a non-profit organization that provides innovative high quality professional development for PreK-12 teachers in mathematics, science, and technology. Over the last two years, TLC has partnered with Tech Corps on a Computer Science/Computational Thinking professional development initiative for Grades 3-4 math and science teachers across Ohio.
TEALS (Technology Education And Literacy in Schools) is a grassroots employee driven program that recruits, mentors, and places high tech professionals who are passionate about digital literacy and computer science education into high school classes as part-time teachers in a team teaching model where the school district is unable to meet their students' Computer Science needs on its own.
TECH CORPS is committed to enhancing K-12 education through the effective use of technology by recruiting, placing and supporting volunteers and by developing partnerships between schools and the community. The company is dedicated to increasing girls' recruitment into the field of technology.
Techbridge inspires girls to discover a passion for science, technology and engineering. Through hands-on learning, career exploration and innovative curriculum developed with girls in mind, Techbridge offers after-school and summer programming for girls from high-need communities as well as STEM trainings to youth development organizations, school districts, and partners.
The New York Academy of Sciences is the world's nexus of scientific innovation in the service of humanity. For nearly 200 years—since 1817—the Academy has brought together extraordinary people working at the frontiers of discovery and promoted vital links between science and society. One of the oldest scientific organizations in the United States, the Academy has become not only a notable and enduring cultural institution in New York City, but also one of the most significant organizations in the international scientific community.