Teach For Australia is an ambitious leadership program working to confront educational inequity in Australia. Our vision is of an Australia where all children, regardless of background, attain an excellent education. We recruit and train outstanding graduates and leaders from all fields who have the skills, energy and passion to tackle the real and urgent issue of educational inequity.
Our Associates don’t start out as teachers, and many have not considered this pathway before. Key details of the program include:
- Challenging two-year Leadership Development Program
- One-to-one support and training while completing a subsidised Masters in Teaching
- Earn a full teaching salary and benefits
- Opportunity to make a direct impact for students and communities
After graduating from the Teach For Australia program, you will have developed the leadership skills necessary to excel in a range of fields. Some will stay on in the classroom as teachers, while others will take on leadership roles in the broader school community and education sector, in business, law, government, social policy and more.
Find out more by getting in touch with our WA Recruitment Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Top Employability Skills:
- Team work
Attributes Sought in Applicants:
- Leadership and achievement
- Commitment to impact
- Problem solving
- Communication and influencing ability
- Organisational and planning ability
- Humility, respect and empathy
- Learning and self-evaluation
We invite graduates from all disciplines:
- Maths & Science
- Accounting & Economics
- Information Technology
Opportunities for Students:
- Graduate employment
- Postgraduate education and scholarship
Applications open to Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents ONLY
Contact Details for Student/Graduate Enquiries:
Contact name: Ricki Willis
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