Teach For Nigeria Fellowship Recruitment 2021 (Monthly Salary: N80,000)v

Teach for Nigeria (TFN) is calling on Nigerians who are young professionals, and exceptional graduates from any recognized University to apply for the fellowship program.

Teach for NigeriaAccording to the believe of TFN, the true and sustainable path to follow in improving the educational system for Nigerian children is by developing, and channelling the most capable young leaders to help kick against educational inequity which is a major problem.

TFN is fully committed in the quest of bringing to an end of educational inequity in the country. Despite the pandemic, there will be enrolment of leaders who can drive the movement towards achieving it’s desired set goal (excellence/educational equity).

We’re basically concerned about students who attend public schools, as their environment/communities are having increasing disadvantages which do prevent them from having standard education, thereby enlarging the gaps between the children from the highest class and that from the lowest class.

This is as a result of the fact that schooling is no longer the way it ought to be, as our schools now tend to be a place for other activities and not just learning. Some sees and used a school as a place for social mobility, a safe place from home with access to water and food.

This in most cases means that children who are out of school will have a compromised state of wellbeing due to isolation, have health challenges, and nutritional problems.

For this reason, TFN needs a continuous process of accommodating future leaders and already existing teachers with leadership qualities in various communities, to help accelerate educational stability in the country.

Fellows (Participants) are to work towards ambitious goals and set targets that will put the students in a better pathway of life. This will not only improve the skills of participants but give them first hand exposure to the various crisis experienced in the educational sector all over Nigeria. This will in turn deepened participants understanding to come up with a better solution.

The TFN Fellowship is highly selective, as it normally attract participants from different angles, and best graduates from reputable institutions in the world.

The process of selection is of three phases, where candidates with the highest potential to make a difference is being accepted into the program proper.

Stages of Selection

Below are the stages of selection;

Stage 1: Application form

The application form of each candidate will help the team understand the applicant’s experience, and inspiration to join TFN fellowship. And also to determine if a particular applicant is fully fit for the role.

Stage 2: Online Test

Any applicant who is deem fit for the role (fellowship) will be called upon to take an online test. This will determine if such applicant will be part of the fellowship at the end or not.

Stage 3: Assessment Center

Only applicants who passed the online test are invited over to the Assessment center, this is actually the last stage of the screening process. A lot of screening will also take place at the center, these include; a one-on-interview, a 5-minute lesson, and group activity.

The states of deployment are;

  • Ogun State
  • Lagos State
  • Kaduna State

Benefits

  • Eighty thousand naira (N80,000) as monthly salary.
  • A privilege to undergo serious leadership training, and have the opportunity to be among a worldwide network of change agent/partner from across fifty-two (52) countries.
  • Have access to network support, and professional development.
  • Have access to a mentoring program/course that will bring about personal development.
  • Gain experience in leadership skills workshop, business training, and leadership development.

Eligibility

Interested applicant(s) must not be above 35 years of age, as at the time of applying.

How to apply for Teach For Nigeria Fellowship Recruitment

Kindly Click here to apply.

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