For more than forty years, New Memphis is committed to ongoing personal and professional development of participants in our various programs. To that end, we oﬀer multiple opportunities for alumni of Embark, Fellows, and LDI to optimize personal growth and maximize work-related skills to achieve your goals. Click below to learn more.
New Memphis graduates remain engaged in the life of the city in many ways. Embark and Fellows graduates are also invited to participate on alumni boards. Through the alumni boards, our graduates lead the direction New Memphis takes in recruiting, activating, and retaining talent. Questions about serving on an alumni board? Email Ruby Powell-Dennis.
Are you an alum interested in helping New Memphis continue to build a high-quality experience for all participants? Complete the form on the corresponding page of interest.
We don’t want this to be one-sided.
There are lots of ways for alumni to keep up with New Memphis – but New Memphis wants to keep up with you, too!
Take a moment to complete the alumni survey.
Every day, local nonprofits are making Memphis a better place – and they need talented, hard-working board members to help them take their mission to the next level. Through special happy hours and an online matching process, New Memphis connects its alumni with board service opportunities around the city.
Complete your alumni survey to help us match you with the right organization. Questions? Email Reggie Davis (email@example.com) for more information on what might be available that fits your interests.
Nomination and application information for the annual New Memphis Educators of Excellence Award is released in May of every year. The awards recognize outstanding prek-12 full-time teachers, instructional staff, and school or network administrators from around the city who have an exceptional impact on our kids, commitment to Memphis, and indomitable spirit. Help us celebrate these invaluable leaders! Candidates must be an alum of a New Memphis program or nominated by an alumnus and will be recognized yearly in October.