Supporting Your Leadership in ENC


The ENC Alumni Affairs team works to mobilize the 880 TFA alumni living in the region to continue working towards educational equity. Our team supports your growth and development in the following ways:

Upcoming Events

We’re currently planning our next event. Please check back soon for details.

Alumni Resources

  • Getting a Job in NC
  • Reimagining Ed Fellows
  • The Collective
  • TFA ENC Prism
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Are you moving to North Carolina and looking to teach in the area? Use our transition support guide for some helpful tips around transferring your teaching certification.   

Looking for a new position? Check out our job board which we update monthly with any positions our partners and alums share with us!

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The Reimagining Education Fellowship is an eight-month, cohort-based experience for recent alumni (2013-2016 corps) to build local context, strengthen collective identity, and consider new visions for how educational equity can and must be achieved. 

Pillars of the Collective: Leadership Development, Community & Network Building, Collective Action

The Collective - ENC is a space to provide Teach For America's alumni of color with social and professional networking opportunities, as well as professional development and community building in service of the advocacy of educational equity by and for people of color. Contact Courtney Parker West if you're interested in joining.

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TFA ENC Prism is an alumni, corps member, and stakeholder LGBTQ organization that is committed to serving ENC's students of color, those from low-income areas, and those who identify as LGBTQ that consistently face oppression based on their multiple identities. Teach For America is committed to safety, equity, and empowerment for all students. Through ENC Prism the work we strive for are classrooms that equitable for our students who identify as LGBTQ+, push for more CM and staff development, create a social network of strong organizational leaders who can collaborate and coalition build as well as bring sustainable structure to our work. Although these tasks are not limited, we seek leaders who are committed, driven, and dedicated for the best outcomes for our students in ENC. Reach out to Adam Mogilevsky (ENC '15) to learn more, or connect via Facebook

Together, we can create the world as it should be


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Managing Director, Alumni Impact