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Corporate Involvement

Steven Joseph
Learn how your company can sponsor an education initiative, volunteer or launch a workplace campaign.
Email Jama Toung
Chief Development Officer
or call (646) 943-8708

Full-time and eligible part-time employees receive medical, dental and vision plans for employees and dependents, largely subsidized by ExpandED Schools Health, dependent care and transit pre-tax accounts Employer-paid life insurance and supplemental disability coverage A generous paid time off package which includes 20 vacation days, 8 sick days, 4 personal days and 10 paid holidays (prorated for part-time staff) 403b retirement plan with eligibility for employer contribution of 5% of annual compensation after one year of employment (no match requirement) Commitment to work-life balance Partial tuition reimbursement offered to employees after one year of service Professional development opportunities, including funds to participate in external training and coaching opportunities

Supporting our efforts to close the learning gap is critical for the thousands of kids and families whose lives we impact. It’s also good for business. Corporations benefit from partnership with us by:

  • Aligning with consumer interests
  • Strengthening brand image and loyalty
  • Supporting programs in key communities
  • Gaining access to a large audience
  • Sponsoring meaningful programs
  • Developing a future workforce


We offer a variety of ways for corporations to get involved:

Corporate Sponsorships:

Corporate support of our education initiatives and our Spring Benefit provide value and visibility for our partners. We can customize a partnership to meet to your specific philanthropic, marketing and community-relations goals.

Employee Volunteerism:

Read aloud in schools, host students (or classes) at work, contribute to book drives, assemble backpacks – there are many ways a corporation’s employees can get involved firsthand, and we can customize an opportunity based on the needs of each company. Corporate volunteerism increases employee engagement and brings about positive change in the community. Skills-based volunteering, such as our Market Makers program, offers a unique opportunity for corporations to enhance the expertise of their employees while helping to increase the capacity of community partners.

Click here to view individual volunteer opportunities. 


We are grateful for the generous support of our corporate partners and supporters, including: