Need help?

If you need help during Induction, text us at 555-888. Be sure to add us to your contacts! We'll be communicating updates with you throughout induction and you can reach out to us for tech support and to answer your questions. Whether you're locked out of a Zoom room, can't get your video to work, or don't know what session is next, we'll help you out. 

A member of the TFA Colorado team will be on call on this text line from 1:00 - 5:00 PM MST for all three days of Induction.

How to use this site

This site will be your home base during Induction week and beyond. It houses your schedule for each day, including Zoom links and resources that will be uploaded after each session.

You'll also find resources like the 2020 Corps Yearbook, our Staff Directory, and more! Use the navigation buttons as the top of the page to find your daily schedule & zoom links, meeting rooms for your small group, resources, and a link to the Induction Challenge.
It is within our collective responsibility as an organization to disseminate knowledge about Native peoples and our organization’s history with them. Consistent with Teach For America’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, we acknowledge the land on which we stand as indigenous.

The original inhabitants of the area that is now Colorado included: The Apache nation, Arapaho nation, Cheyenne nation, Pueblo tribes, Shoshone tribe, Ute nation, and other native tribes whose territory sometimes extended into Colorado included: The Comanche tribe, Kiowa tribe, and Navajo tribe. There are two federally recognized native tribes in Colorado today: Southern Ute Tribe & Ute Mountain Ute Tribe among other indigenous peoples impacted by genocide, stolen land, and assimilation tactics. 

Because we are all joining this space virtually, each of us are on the traditional territory of Indigenous people. Please take a moment to access this Native Land map to identify and acknowledge the traditional inhabitants of the land you are on. In addition, access the link above to understand the many legacies of violence, displacement, migration, and settlement that bring us together here today. And, please join us in uncovering such truths at any and all public events.