Beyond the Corps

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Career & Leadership Support


Our regional team is excited to support you as you access leadership opportunities beyond your initial two years as corps members. Whether you’re planning a career as a master teacher, want to learn more about school and district leadership, looking for ways to volunteer, or eager to leverage your experience in the nonprofit sector, our team is ready to provide resources and help you tap into an unparalleled network of mission-driven professionals.

Managing Director, Alumni Affairs
Contact for general alumni inquiries, nonprofit or education-related career support, and information about our alumni advisory boards.
Manager, Alumni Affairs
Contact for general alumni inquiries and for information about events and communications.
Director, District & School Partnerships
Contact for K-12 and school-based career support.
Director, District & School Partnerships
Leader of our exciting Homegrown Initiative. Primary contact for prospects, corps members, and alumni who are themselves from our partner communities to access career and leadership support

Get Involved


There are many ways to be active in the Massachusetts alumni community! Whether you’re looking to help organize or attend a thoughtful dialogue or speaker event, find a mission-aligned volunteer opportunity, or simply connect with others who share your interests or identity, our dynamic alumni groups offer many great ways to stay involved.

Led by alumni volunteers and supported by the regional staff, these groups are also a fantastic way to build connections as you grow your network here in Massachusetts.

  • The Collective
  • TFA Massachusetts Alumni Advisory Board
  • Leadership for Educational Equity
A colorful logo that reads, "The Collective - Teach For America's Association for Alumni of Color."

The mission of the Massachusetts Collective is to build a lasting network of leaders who will change the face of leadership in the state and our organization by leveraging the strengths, expertise, and cultural backgrounds of Teach For America’s community of color in the fight for racial justice.

Get Involved

Join our Facebook group and contact us at to learn more.


The Alumni Advisory Board is a group of alumni volunteers committed to building an enduring, connected community among TFA alumni in Massachusetts. The board organizes social events, service projects, and professional networking opportunities.

Get Involved

The board is always looking for alumni to lend their energy, insights, and ideas to their efforts to build a strong community in Massachusetts! If you’d like to learn more, please contact

A pink and blue logo with a pyramid.

PRISM Massachusetts is dedicated to ensuring that schools are inclusive of LGBTQ students and educators. To accomplish this, we develop leaders, build community and advocate for educational equity.

Get Involved

Join our Facebook group and contact us at

Leadership for Educational Equity

Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit leadership development organization working to end the injustice of educational inequity by inspiring and supporting a diverse set of leaders with classroom experience to engage civically and politically.

To learn more about LEE’s work in Massachusetts, contact Peter Newman, Regional Director - Massachusetts at

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