Who Are We?

We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization that removes socioeconomic barriers in education by connecting our members to the academic resources they need for success.

Serving Tech-deserts

Free Unlimited Home Internet

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 Get unlimited high-speed data on Sprint's wireless network with the purchase of a student success kit or rental of a mobile hotspot.

Student Success Kits

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Having a hard time affording school supplies? TeachTeam has partnered with Staples and Office Depot to leverage manufacturer direct pricing to create our Student Success Kits. Our kits provide our members backpacks filled with school supplies for every grade level. 

Affordable Computers

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 All members have access to our catalog of affordable new and refurbished desktops, tablets, and notebooks for as low as $99. 

Office 365 For Education

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TeachTeam members receive free Office 365 A1 licenses with Web versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, a @teachteam.org email address on Outlook, and much more.

Minecraft Education Edition

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TeachTeam members can use their @teachteam.org email address and password to download and play Minecraft Education Edition for free.

Github Student Developer Pack

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TeachTeam members with a @teachteam.org email address are preapproved to recieve the Github Student Developer Pack which includes  

Unlimited free public and private Github repositories, $100 worth of Microsoft Azure Credits, $150 AWS credits, coding courses through Github Classroom, and much more.

 

Research partnerships

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World Community Grid

 TeachTeam is a member of IBM's Corporate Citizenship Program - World Community Grid. We endeavor to further critical non-profit research on some of humanity's most pressing problems by helping to create the world's largest volunteer computing grid.  The research includes HIV-AIDS, cancer, tropical and neglected diseases, solar energy, clean water and much more.  

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Toys as a Learning Incentive

TeachTeam has partnered with the Fundamentally Children, makers of the Good Toy Guide to exchange user acceptance testing for toys in exchange for free toys for our Incentivised Learning Program.

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SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence)

TeachTeam's computing resources are being used by University of California - Berkley's SETI Research Center to process data produced by their radio telescopes that listen for narrow-bandwidth radio signals from space with the hope that they will detect intelligent life outside Earth.

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