Teach for India US

Teach for India US, Website design & development

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Teach for India’s US Team paired up with RCAD Graphics and Bloomerang Software to create its newest digital entity, a comprehensive website promoting the Teach for India program, its generous donors, and an initiative to boost active donation campaigns. Located across India and in New York City, Teach for India has transformed the lives of thousands of students, young and experienced, by providing opportunities for India’s brightest and most promising educators from the nation’s best universities and workplaces to serve as full-time teachers to children from low-income communities in under-resourced schools.

RCAD’s website identity and assistance on the TFIUS media campaign for Coivd-19 relief and Diwali has helped raise over 300k in donations for Teach for India. The campaigns and design were based on the website serving as a road for donors and future fellows to find their place within the TFI network from an American perspective. As the first international location for Teach for India, — Teach for India US showcases a distinctly American blend of experience design, technology, and service — and sought to recruit the resilient American Indian as an ideal candidate for their transgressive India-based fellowship program.

The website stands as a sign of optimism and ever-expanding potential for Indian students and teachers. This was expressed systematically through our custom-designed donation forms, responsive campaign pages, and inspirational web page layouts by exhibiting the rewarding experiences of fellows within the Teach For India programs. Interactions, animation, and colorful yet well-organized pages integrate seamlessly into the Indian-based website for Teach for India, which evokes a similar narrative on education for all. The Teach for India website serves as an active stage for donation and fellowship recruitment every day. Attracting inspirational teachers and scholars.

Web Development
Motion Media