Our CommunityShare digital platform quickly matches community members with educators to help them co-create and organize real-world learning experiences for students.
At a time when technology can often divide us, we’ve designed a digital tool to unite us. Our online platform helps PK-12 educators tap into the wealth of skills and experiences available in their community.
Local professionals, scientists, artists, parents, and business owners share their skills and expertise so they can serve as project collaborators, mentors, guest speakers, field trip or internship hosts, and more.
The CommunityShare online platform gives PK-12 educators access to community partners across the country to create real-world learning opportunities virtually and in-person with students.
Personalized Partner and Educator Profiles
Every member of CommunityShare’s online platform has a personal profile to outline their interests, wisdom, hobbies, and experiences. We’re dedicated to helping people connect on multiple levels through their work, hobbies, and personal interests, not just their professional identities.
Project Collaboration Tools and Inspiring Stories
The platform includes tools and resources to help partners and educators generate ideas together, collaborate on the design and execution of projects and events, and review success stories for inspiration.
Tools, Evaluations and Metrics to Gauge the Health of Learning Ecosystems
We give our partner organizations a data dashboard to track the health of their community and target the areas of greatest need. Administrators and program stewards can review their data to help them recruit new partners and educators, shepherd projects to completion, and evaluate the success of their efforts.
CommunityShare’s online platform is currently available in the following communities:
- Arizona: Yuma and Pima County (Tucson)
- California: Bay Area (San Francisco)
- New Mexico: Las Cruces
- Washington: Puget Sound (Seattle)
- Ohio: West Clermont (Cincinnati)
- Tennessee: Hamilton County (Chattanooga)
Contact us to learn how to bring CommunityShare to your community.