School liaison volunteers serve as the heart of the United to Learn model. As the primary relationship manager between United to Learn and a Dallas ISD elementary campus partner, these volunteers develop strong relationships with campus leadership. Through their close and consistent communication with campus representatives, they come to appreciate the acute needs of their campus, facilitate meaningful partnerships with businesses and community members, leverage the resources secured by United to Learn network, and advocate for their campus to the larger community.

Partner with one of our 48 Dallas ISD partner schools to support teachers, impact campus culture, and help students reach their academic goals!

Liaisons in action

From monthly meetings with principals to leading campus improvement projects, United to Learn liaisons are trusted thought partners and enthusiastic supporters for their schools.

I hope that you truly realize how remarkable and unique United to Learn is as an organization and the difference that you all are making in the lives of students all over Dallas. Having worked in three different urban environments in education (Cincinnati and Chicago), I have never seen an organization like U2L that partners and supports public education like family. We are blessed to have you and U2L!

– Principal Phillip Potter, Walnut Hill Elementary

For questions about becoming a school liaison, contact our director of learning environment, Kaitlin Prieur,