John-Paul Smith, Executive Director of NC Education Corps, appeared in a panel conversation on ncIMPACT, broadcast by PBS NC on February 11, 2022, hosted by Anita Brown-Graham and featuring Dr. Cassandra Davis (UNC Public Policy) and Dr. Michael Maher (NC DPI, Office of Learning Recovery)

NC Ed Corps joins ncIMPACT, PBS NC

Following a year of school closings and virtual learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more than half of K-12 teachers say students experienced significant learning loss as a result of the pandemic.The drastic impact of COVID-19 is exacerbating challenges…
Dr. Conley meets with Associate Superintendent Kim Gibson and NC Education Corps learning coach Kelley Wilson, to discuss the continuous improvement process for CCS corps members.

A Superintendent’s View — Dr. Jeana Conley

In the 2021-22 school year, North Carolina Education Corps is partnering with 24 PSUs (public school units) to help plan, recruit, and support high-impact literacy tutoring, to extend the impact of teachers and support K-3 students.NCEC plans to partner…
Sierra Nelson tutoring with NC Education Corps at Allen Jay Elementary School in High Point, Guilford County Schools, NC

Meet Corps Member Sierra Nelson

“I’ve never had a job where I left feeling so rewarded and just feeling so accomplished that I actually had an impact in someone else’s life other than mine,” said NC Education Corps member Sierra Nelson, who tutors for Guilford…
NC Education Corps member Hope Saulter tutors a student at Aversboro Elementary in Wake County. NC Education Corps is hiring additional tutors to ensure students receive much-needed support to thrive. Over 150 NC public schools currently employ active corps members or have roles waiting to be filled. (Photo: NC Education Corps)

New Year, New Roles at NC Education Corps

NC Education Corps member Hope Saulter tutors a student at Aversboro Elementary in Wake County. NC Education Corps is hiring additional tutors to ensure students receive much-needed support to thrive. Over 150 NC public schools currently employ active corps members or…
2020-12 corps member Georgia Broitman

Georgia Broitman

When Georgia Broitman was faced with the challenges of online school, she decided to take the opportunity to do something different. As someone who is interested in becoming a teacher, she felt that joining the North Carolina Education Corps would…
2020-21 corps member Owen Stegall

Owen Stegall

NC Education Corps members are committed to supporting the whole child. In addition, members are trained on how to connect with students— a small act of kindness can significantly impact North Carolina schools’ students. When Owen Stegall heard that his…

Nastassja Ortiz

Nastassja Ortiz works with a student to provide academic support“Some students have to handle really adult responsibilities that maybe not everyone is aware of,” NC Education Corps member Nastassja Ortiz shared. Between learning loss, social anxiety, and navigating virtual…

North Carolina Education Corps Recruits Members

The Governor’s Office announces the launch of North Carolina Education Corps and 200 members to serve in public schools across the state. The article describes a partnership between the North Carolina State Board of Education, Stanly News and Press announces,…