Educate ME Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization determined to increase the number of men and women of color in the field of education. We seek to change the education system by creating a continuum for men and women of color to grow, achieve, and succeed from high school to career. Through recruitment in high school Educate ME Foundation inspires interest and exposure to pursuing a career in education. Through mentorship we develop and assist our cohort of students in college. We retain and provide resources after graduation and into career. Motivating these men and women to further their education and seek leadership roles to transform classrooms, schools, districts, and their communities.
The Educate Me Continuum
To increase more males and females of color in the field of education.
By recruiting motivated students of color in high school who are interested in pursuing a career in education, we create a cohort of students who learn, motivate, and achieve together on the path towards college and beyond.
For both our cohort of high school and college students as well as individuals already working in the field of education, Educate Me Foundation conducts trainings, workshops, and professional mentorship to these current and aspiring educators.
Educate ME Foundation provides support and professional development services to maintain our college students on the path towards a career in the education profession as well as preserving current educators in the field.
Through teacher mentorship, partnerships, and professional placement Educate Me Foundation strives to inspire our current educators to encourage and empower the next generation of educators of color. Sparking the continuum to begin again.
MEET OUR TEAM
Founder and CEO
Director of Human Resources
Director of Collegiate Programming
Director of Professional Programming
Denver College Tour Coordinator
Letter from our founder
Meet The Board
Dr. Christopher Sewell
Educate ME Consultants
Consultants will serve as mentors to Educate ME teachers through a series focused on professional development, guidance, and support. These sessions are targeted at educators working in urban schools and districts to increase engagement, retention, and leadership. Sessions focus on effective educational leadership, innovative techniques and solutions to positively impact students, their families and communities. Specific session topics include cultural competency, social and emotional learning, culture climate, incorporating technology into the classroom, quality systems and processes to support urban learners, classroom management, relationship building, effective leadership and communication with partners.
For professional development inquiries please email us email@example.com.
Developing the Emotional Intelligence Teacher
Interactive Strategies for Teaching Social and Emotional Skills
Incorporating Technology into the Classroom
Close Reading and Text Dependent Questions
Building Relationships with Students
Marlon R. Llewellyn