International Projects

Schools for Africa

Schools for Africa became the Society's first official international project in 2010. Currently the project works with 13 countries in sub-Saharan Africa including Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Sierra Leone and Guinea Bissau. The SFA mission involves providing access to quality basic education for children, focusing on girls, orphans and other vulnerable youngsters. Learn more

Support for Early-career Educators

In order to share the vision, Leading Women Educators Impacting Education Worldwide, and strengthen our Society, the Educational Excellence Committee established Supporting Early-career Educators (SEE) as its second international project during the 2012 International Convention in New York City. Learn more

Project Spotlight
Learn about a variety of successful projects submitted by chapters. Previous Project Spotlight features can be accessed in the archived list.
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Program Ideas for Chapters
Find program and project ideas collected by the Educational Excellence Committee from chapter and state organization reports.  Send your program ideas to the committee.  Connect with your committee members by visiting the Educational Excellence Committee page.  Learn more.