Exploring “Teach For America”

50% of students in low-income communities will graduate high school by age 18. Those who do graduate will perform on average at an eighth-grade level. You can change this.

Unsure about what Teach For America is all about, but are a little curious? Thinking you want to make a tremendous and tangible impact and work towards social/educational equality? Join us for our first our very first info session this year:

UW Info Session    Thursday, October 14th @ 4:00 PM  SMITH 120

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Kaplan will be providing refreshments

Ask your questions to two Teach For America alumni: Justin Yan – Charlotte ’07, Recruitment Director for Teach For America, and Stephanie Lin – Bay Area ’07, Med Student, UW Medical School.

Benefits include:

•Full salary and benefits ranging from $27,000-$50,500 (depending on region/cost of living) •Two year deferral/forbearance on loans •AmeriCorps Education Award of $10,700 over two years •Graduate school and employer partnerships •For ALL academic backgrounds and majors

To learn more, visit www.teachforamerica.org or contact Justin Yan at justin.yan@teachforamerica.org, Maggie Harlow at harlowm@u.washington.edu, Charmi Ajmera at cajmera@uw.edu, or Brittney Patterson at patteb@u.washington.edu.

Justin Yan

Recruitment Director
Pacific Northwest Teach For America justin.yan@teachforamerica.org


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