New York, NY, March 17, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The TEAK Fellowship is proud to announce the launch of its new website, teakfellowship.org. The newly redesigned website, created in partnership with Fifty and Fifty, highlights TEAK’s mission and success in the realm of education, serving remarkably bright students from under-resourced communities. With its modern design, vibrant imagery, and interactive pages, TEAK’s new website ensures an informative and engaging experience, offering visitors in depth information about TEAK’s programs, leadership, outcomes, and admissions process.
“With this new website, TEAK hopes to extend its reach and reputation by communicating more effectively and sharing more widely what it has learned about serving exceptional low income students. We also want to offer supporters a diverse range of options to easily engage and stay involved with TEAK,” explains Executive Director John Green.
TEAK’s revamped online presence includes various features that provide deeper insight into TEAK’s programming and influence. As visitors explore the different pages, they will come across alumni journeys, yearly publications, a video gallery, outcome statistics, event information, and different ways of getting involved – from donating to hiring an intern or even starting a campaign for TEAK.
TEAK’s new website will be updated on a regular basis. Visitors are encouraged to check back for updated information and sign up for TEAK’s newsletters.
About The TEAK Fellowship
The TEAK Fellowship, a registered 501(c)(3) organization, founded in 1998, addresses the urgent need for high-quality educational, leadership and personal development opportunities for high-achieving students from low-income families and neighborhoods. Starting in 6th grade, TEAK’s formula for college access and success exposes students to the full educational landscape and helps them build a long-term foundation of knowledge, skills and experiences to succeed in high school and college at the highest levels. Follow us on social media and visit our website www.teakfellowship.org