Full-Time Programme Participant | Systemic Changemaker
The potential of young people in Aotearoa New Zealand is limitless. Access to opportunity is not; nor is it evenly distributed. Aotearoa New Zealand has one of the highest rates of educational inequality in the developed world, ranking 33rd out of 38 countries. Our education system is 4X more likely to fail a student from a low-socioeconomic community.
How can you make a difference?
To fight the war against this inequality, we bring together outstanding individuals and support them to develop as highly effective teachers and inspirational leaders, to serve the amazing young people in our lowest-income communities across the country.? ?? In the long term, we build a network of leaders in education and across all fields who are committed to achieving equity in Aotearoa.
The Teach First NZ Programme provides you with the opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the classroom and wider community. The Programme is two years long, during which participants are paid a full salary and graduate with a fully-scholarshipped Masters of Teaching and Education Leadership.
We are looking for graduates and career changers who DO NOT currently have a qualification in teaching.
Acceptance into the Teach First NZ programme means that you can:
– Make a real difference in the community and in the lives of our rangitahi
– Be paid a full salary as you learn
– Develop your leadership skills and potential
– Become a qualified teacher with a Masters of Teaching and Education Leadership
– Build lifelong friendships with fellow participants
– Be a part of a national movement towards change
– Access a network of participants, alumni, education leaders and businesses
– Receive a competitive salary, as well as 10 weeks of annual holiday, and
– Receive a fully funded Masters of Teaching and Education Leadership
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