Help us celebrate our new Executive Director!

In this pivotal moment in education, Beatrice is well positioned to deepen TFA’s impact in the Bay Area. Under her leadership, our region will continue to play a critical role in the Bay Area’s movement for educational equity in many ways, including our approach to building the most diverse teacher pipeline in the state, working closely with school and district leadership to fill hard-to-staff teaching roles, bolstering our storytelling to highlight our collective impact, and meeting the new demands of this moment in the pandemic.

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.

Support students, schools, and educators alongside TFA.

Black Educators' Fund

Black Educators' Fund

TFA Bay Area’s inaugural Black Educators’ Fund supports the work of Black alumni and their schools/organizations who are doing transformative work to disrupt systems of inequity in the Bay Area. Applications for funding will be reviewed on a monthly basis until all funds have been distributed.

We invite your application today!

Everyday Leadership

Ms. Simmons is a 2019 TFA Bay Area corps member at Madison Park Academy.
She’s balancing love and rigor in her virtual classroom to drive and celebrate student learning!

Alumni Resume Collection

Are you looking for a school-based role?
Check out our alumni resume collection and share your resume with 55+ school partners across the Bay!

Video Library

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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.