Tuesday, 9 April 2019

Nigeria recruits graduates from varied disciplines to teach in Nigeria’s underserved schools

Teach for Nigeria recruits Nigerian graduates from varied disciplines to teach in Nigeria’s underserved schools in low-income communities through a selective, two-year full time paid program.
The Teach For NigeriaFellowship begins with a six-week residential training program before going to the classroom. Here, Fellows are exposed to curriculum, lesson planning, and classroom facilitation and student assessments among other modules, sessions and keys to successful teaching.
Teach for Nigeria Fellows receive support throughout the duration of their Fellowship. Teach for Nigeria tutors and coaches will be available to guide Fellows to become effective teachers and leaders. There will be on-going teacher training, mentoring and professional development for personal development.

ELIGIBILITY
To be eligible, you must be a Nigerian citizen, hold a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and be younger than 35.

BENEFITS TO BEING A TEACH FOR NIGERIA FELLOW?
Yes. As a Teach For Nigeria Fellow, you are a part of movement of young leaders working to eliminate educational inequity. In addition, these are some of the benefits of being a Fellow:

  • Opportunity to be part of a movement that is changing lives and that will change society
  • Extensive leadership development training
  • Intensive teacher training leading to a Postgraduate Diploma in Education
  • Real responsibility from day one
  • Job and internship opportunities during and post Fellowship
  • Opportunity to be a part of a global network of change agents from across 42 countries
  • Access to a 9 month Mentoring Programme, offering a unique opportunity to achieve professional and personal development
  • Access to professional development and network of supporters
  • Ongoing leadership development, coaching, business training and skills workshops
  • Opportunity to design and implement a social change project
  • A stipend for two years including during the school holidays.
  • About 9-10 weeks of holiday. Deadline : April 16th, 2019. Please visit www.teachfornigeria.org for more information.

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