We improve student college and career readiness and expand STEM opportunities through community engagement.
Austin Partners in Education is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving college and career readiness through student-centric tutoring and mentoring programs.
APIE was originally created in 1983 as Adopt-A-School by the Austin Independent School District and the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce before becoming Austin Partners in Education, an independent 501(c)(3) in 2004. We work in partnership with Austin ISD to reinvent the urban-school experience and build a talent pipeline of local students to grow the regional economy. Since our founding, we have trained and placed more than 16,000 tutors and mentors, who have supported over 35,000 Austin ISD students.
Our academic support and mentoring programs increase access to higher education. We utilize best practice learning models with proven results that have received recognition from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and have been cited as an example of Better Use of Community Resources by the U.S. Department of Education. We were also honored by the White House Initiative in Educational Excellence for Hispanics.
Student-centered programs designed to improve college and career readiness.
Math Classroom Coaching is a volunteer-driven, in-class academic support and career exploration program provided to middle school math students at six Title 1 middle schools.
How our programs have changed students’ lives.
We help students develop their academic skills and confidence.
We work each day to help students develop the skills to obtain a higher education that leads to a prosperous career. Support our academic and mentoring programs today and make certain that the next generation of Austinites can participate in Austin’s success.
Volunteers help bridge the achievement gap for Austin ISD students by serving as tutors and mentors. Just one hour per week of your time can make all the difference! Help support academic success and enrich students’ educational experience.