We help new teachers thrive from day one.

Personalized, virtual professional development for new teachers

Supporting new teachers shouldn't be so hard.

That’s why we’re here to help.








The New Teacher Mastermind Program can provide year-round, wrap-around support for your new teachers without you lifting a finger.

The Mastermind Program Offers Teachers:

Responsive professional development

Improving teacher retention and competency

A safe space to ask for help

Giving teachers access to the support they need when they need it

Structured reflection and feedback

Increasing new teacher efficacy and accelerating growth

Collaboration with teachers outside your school

Significantly increasing ideas, resources, and strategies available to teachers

What people are saying:

Our 5-Part Program
for Helping New Teachers Thrive:

Mastermind Cohort

The heart of the mastermind program.
Mastermind cohorts comprise of 6-8 new teachers and a veteran mentor and meet bi=monthly.
The group provides teachers focused coaching on their current challenges, a non-evaluative space to ask questions, and the opportunity to develop their own leadership.

Mastermind Community

Interactive virtual events throughout each month specifically tailored to new teacher needs. These include live webinars, Q&A's with veteran teachers, goal-setting, and reflection sessions, co-planning/co-grading sessions, networking opportunities, mastermind sessions with teachers across mastermind small groups. and more.

1-on-1 Coaching

Monthly, virtual instructional coaching from an experienced teacher outside of their district (read safe space) to dive deep into specific teaching skills.

On-Demand Courses

Access to online professional development courses and webinars to learn from veteran teachers all over the country about skills they're focusing on right now.

Principal Reports

As a principal with teachers enrolled, you'll receive regular trend reports on skills new teachers are working on to give ideas for direction in your own support.

There’s something special about the mastermind program

that has been a huge part of the success that I’ve been experiencing…After an interaction with [the mentors from the program], I think about how they made me feel–that’s how I want my students to feel when they interact with me. Feeling encouraged, empowered, and ready to go out there and be able to present themselves to the world as a valuable asset. They do a solid job with that because they care.

Brian Johnson

Business Teacher, Everett Meredith Middle

New Teacher Mastermind program options

How to get started:

Step 1: Email us to enroll teachers by 8/1/21

We'll send you an estimate and a Teacher Kit to make offering the program to your teachers as easy as copy-and-paste.

Step 2: Send teachers Teacher Kit

We'll start teachers right away in the Mastermind Community to get immediate support preparing for their classroom, so we recommend offering the program as soon as you offer the position.

Step 3: We'll send you an invoice in Sept

We like to make sure teachers are committed before settling final numbers. Once they confirm, we'll send you the total invoice.

Give your teachers they support they need to thrive.

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Most frequently asked questions and answers

Ideally, 0-3 years of teaching experience works best for these groups to make sure everyone benefits. However, teachers making a large grade or content switch can also benefit. 

Deadline to enroll teachers in the 2020-2021 program is July 1, 2020.

Groups meet year-round for an 1.5 hours every other week between the hours of 4pm-9pm ET. Once enrolled, we work with your teachers to fit them into a group that works for their schedule, and then meet at the same day/time for every meeting.

At a minimum, teachers must be willing to commit to attending all mastermind meetings – which total 3 hours a month, at the same time every other week.

The success of the group depends on the attendance and participation of its members, so attendance is mandatory for all months of enrollment. 

For maximum benefit from the group, teachers should expect to spend 1-2 additional hours a week either on working toward their goals stated in the group, an included workshop, or one-on-one coaching. 

The success of the groups depends on the commitment by all the members, therefore it is imperative that all members join voluntarily. Therefore, I recommend offering the opportunity to teachers you think make a good fit (see guidelines below), and enrolling only those that volunteer to join.

The most productive mastermind members are teachers who:

  • 1. Have 0-3 years of teaching experience
  • 2. Can commit to 1.5 hour meetings every other week
  • 3. Are able to work on their teaching goals or sharpening their skills around 1 hour/week outside of the mastermind
  • 4. Are willing to both offer and receive help from other teachers


All grade levels and content areas are welcome.

Not at this time.

We use Zoom as our meeting platform, which is a web-based application. Teachers can access Zoom on any type of computer or tablet as well as their phone, as long as they have a webcam and microphone.

Absolutely. Click the link to enroll and follow the instructions. 

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