Teach For America, a chance for service members to continue serving after the military

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By Sgt. 1st Class Kelly Jo Bridgwater
Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office

Service members who are in the process of transitioning from the military and have a desire to continue to serve the nation may find a good fit with Teach For America by becoming teachers and working in high-need schools in urban and rural areas across the country for a two-year period.

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