Stephanie Hernández-Jarvis

Stephanie (Bay Area corps 2014) is a trustee at West Contra Costa Unified. She prioritizes parent voice so that she can represent what the needs are in her district!

Our Mission

One day, all children in this nation will have the

opportunity to attain an excellent education

Teach For America is a diverse network of leaders who confront educational inequity through teaching and work with

unwavering commitment from every sector of society to create a nation free from this injustice.

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Update on Institute

To prioritize the health and well-being of our corps members, staff and students during this time period, we have ​shifted our Summer 2020 Institute to virtual training. We are working hard to ensure that our 2020 corps members will be ready to lead in our Bay Area schools.

While a virtual Institute is a shift to our model, we are quickly building out a best-in-class virtual learning experience to ensure the best possible preparation for our incoming corps members, as we also work quickly to determine the best ways to support our network.

2019-2020 Rising Leaders Fellowship

Teach For America Bay Area’s Rising Leaders Fellowship is a seven-month leadership-pathway program open to recent alumni exploring instructional, civic, and school leadership.

Gentleman

Overcoming Challenges

Ms. Sullivan is a 2017 TFA Bay Area corps member at The Mission Preparatory School.
She’s creating individualized education plans (IEP) that reflect her student’s needs by engaging many stakeholders!

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One Day Magazine

One Day is the alumni magazine of Teach For America. We publish reporting and commentary on critical issues in pre-K–12 education and on the evolving work of Teach For America’s alumni and corps members. Our mission is to provide the information, perspective, and inspiration that our readers need to actively engage in the movement for educational equity and excellence.