Host a Training Program

Non-Profit Organizations

Colleges & Schools of Education

School Districts & Management 

State Departments of Education

Local or Regional Businesses 

In our experience local solutions tend to be lasting solutions. Hosting Partnerships are a great way for all types of community organizations to support the continuous improvement or their local schools.

Tegy is able to optimize our training programs for the local context while keeping our costs to participating schools as low as possible.

What are the roles of a hosting partner?
  • Facilitate logistics planning (facility and food)

  • Provide insights and guidance.

  • Promote training to their school networks.

  • Participate in the training whenever possible.

Current Hosting Partners

Rutgers Graduate School of Education was eager to host and promote the entire Tegy series to educators in New Jersey.

Hosting enhances our support of public schools on an important topic while promoting our opportunities for educators at the graduate school. We are pleased that school teams from across the state have taken advantage of this valuable training.

Dr. Nora Hyland, Associate Dean

Rutgers Graduate School of Education

 
Sponsor a School 
Foundations
Individuals
Corporations

Our underwriting partners find value in bringing high quality professional development to the schools in their region.

Typical Supports
  • Cover part or all of course cost for participating schools, districts, CMOs (full or partial scholarships can be offered)

  • Cover transportation costs for participating schools

  • Cover the facilities costs for the training programs

Current Underwriting Partners
Fremont Street Fund

"We believe that investing in schedule design is critical to transformational change--everything a school does evolves around how teachers and students spend their day. 

 

We at Fremont Street are excited to support Tegy's work because we have seen the results -- schedules that improve both the teacher and student experience, leading to better outcomes for all."  

-- Ben Kutylo, Co-Founder & President