Is your nonprofit organization ready to accelerate its education impact?

We Bring

Technology Consultants

Team4Tech partners with leading technology companies to engage their employees on the project, and we cover all in-country costs for the consultants.

Technology Solutions

Team4Tech brings a collaborative spirit between our technology consultants and nonprofit partners to identify relevant technology solutions (hardware, software, and content).

Capacity Building

To ensure sustainability and maximize impact, Team4Tech focuses on capacity building for nonprofit staff, teachers, and entrepreneurs to reach more learners.

15,000 USD Matching Grant

Team4Tech can provide a matching grant of up to 15,000 USD for nonprofit partners to purchase hardware, software and other necessary technology infrastructure to meet program goals.

You Bring

Accreditation

A committed record of improving the quality of education for underserved learners.

Dedicated Local Staff

Local staff that can actively engage before, during, and after the project to support scoping, implementation, and evaluation.

Ongoing Impact Assessment

The ability to define, measure, and evaluate program objectives.

Matching Funds

The ability to match Team4Tech’s grant to purchase hardware, software, and other necessary technology infrastructure.

How We Partner

Team4Tech partners with local nonprofit organizations for three to five years to support the nonprofit organization in achieving its own goals through technology integration for education impact. We spend three to four months in conversation with the nonprofit, defining the overall goals of the collaboration and the metrics to measure progress. Then we scope annual pro bono projects which typically involve 1300 hours of pro bono consulting and technology grants of up to 15,000 USD. We ask the nonprofits to match the grant to demonstrate their shared commitment to the project.

On each annual project, we engage a team of pro bono consultants from leading technology companies to learn about the nonprofit’s needs. Together they design technology solutions and trainings to best meet the goals of the nonprofit and the needs of the staff, the learners, as well as the local culture and context. The pro bono consultants then spend 1-2 weeks onsite (accompanied by a Team4Tech Program Director) to implement the technology solutions and build capacity to use the technology effectively in teaching and learning.

For all nonprofit partners, we require a commitment to regularly meet with our Team4Tech Program Directors and report on key metrics based on the agreed upon project goals to ensure progress towards sustainability and scale.

To learn more about how our collaborations are structured, download our Nonprofit Onboarding Kit, and read summaries of previous projects here.

Who We Work With

Team4Tech collaborates with nonprofits that focus on learners in and out of school, girls, underserved youth, and micro-entrepreneurs, to help their beneficiaries use technology effectively to develop skills including:

  • Digital literacy
  • Financial literacy
  • Basic literacy and numeracy
  • Creative problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration
  • Coding, making, and robotics
  • Entrepreneurship

Criteria

Our nonprofit partnership criteria includes:

  • US 501(c)3 or equivalent certification in country of operation
  • Demonstrated track record of positive education impact
  • Alignment with Team4Tech’s mission and approach
  • Population served, reach and growth plans
  • Financial stability and sustainability
  • Senior leadership and staff commitment to project success and sustainability
  • Dedicated project manager to work with Team4Tech
  • Dedicated IT support on staff (or a plan to staff this role)
  • Ability to raise funding for the matching technology grant
  • Ability to measure impact and meet with Team4Tech to report metrics on a regular basis
  • Plan for scale directly and through the local ecosystem
  • Ability to securely host volunteers

Project Timeline

Project Preparation

1-2 hours/week; 3-4 months before project

Team4Tech and nonprofit partner refine the scope of work, determine project logistics, and define grant budget. Nonprofit collects baseline data for impact measurement.

Project Implementation

35 hours/week; 1-2 weeks in-country

Nonprofit assists with program logistics and beneficiary management while pro bono consultants implement the project plan.

Project Follow-Up

1 hour/month; 12-14 months post-project

Nonprofit is responsible for project sustainability, data collection, and planning with Team4Tech for subsequent projects.

Recent Projects

Read About Our Work With Our Partners

Ready to Apply?

If your nonprofit is ready to benefit from a Team4Tech project, review the Call for Applications and submit an Expression of Interest. Download the Nonprofit Onboarding Kit to learn more about partnering with Team4Tech.