Brief Overview

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.

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Recruit

By recruiting students of color in high school, college and career changers who are interested in pursuing a career in education, we create a cohort of students who learn, motivate, and achieve together on the path teacher certification and beyond.

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Develop

Educate ME partners with teacher prep programs to ensure our recruited candidates can receive the proper training and support on the path to become a full time certified educator.

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Retain

Educate ME provides support and professional development services through trainings, workshops, and professional mentorship to these current and aspiring educators.

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Empower

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

Blake Nathan

Founder and CEO


Brittany Stephens

Director of Community Engagement


Brandon Haskins

Director of Collegiate Programming


Khalil Mwaafrika

Director of Early Learning


Aaron McGee

College Tour Director


 
 
 
 

 

Letter from our founder