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Sponsor a Teacher in Your Community

Your generous sponsorship will bring quality professional development to teachers in your neighborhood. When teachers continue their learning, great things happen. You get empowered students, higher achievement, and a stronger community. That’s good for everyone.

About RAPSA Professional Development

  • RAPSA has over 500 members and has been providing conferences and programs to teachers across the United States and Canada since 2005.
  • Over 93% of RAPSA’s conference attendees report leaving the events with strategies to implement.
  • RAPSA’s programs include nationally known presenters, relevant breakout sessions, and specific strategies for working with at-promise youth.

Who Should Become a Sponsor

Anyone interested in strengthening their community through education. This may include corporations, community associations, foundations, trade organizations, boards of directors, youth associations, small businesses, and other groups or individuals who value the dedicated individuals working with at-promise students.

Sponsorship Opportunities

  • Platinum Sponsors
    $50,000 - $100,000
  • Gold Sponsors
    $20,000 - $49,999
  • Silver Sponsors
    $10,000 - $19,999
  • Bronze Sponsors
    $2,500 - $9,999
  • Friends of Teachers
    • $100
    • $75
    • $50
    • $25
    • other

Donations provide professional development seminars and conferences at no charge for sponsorship recipients.

Become a Sponsor

Who Should Apply for a Sponsorship
Community members or education professionals who work with at-promise students and have a need for financial assistance. Learn more


SPONSOR A TEACHER AND CHANGE LIVES

Sponsorship Fee: $1,000 per teacher
Want to make a bigger impact? Sponsor five teachers for the price of four!
Sponsorship includes: Conference Sessions, Evening Reception & Networking Events,
Conference Meals, and hotel accommodations for two nights.



The only difficult part of the conference was making a decision as to which session to attend.
Kathy Finnerty
Lake-Lehman School District