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- Posted on 13 Oct, 2018
- Start date: 09 Jan, 2019
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Right now, children from poorer backgrounds aren’t getting a fair chance to achieve at school. Through our inspirational Taster Programme, you can find out how we’re changing that – and what you can do to help.
Over the course of two days, you'll attend interactive, skills-based workshops and network with our partners and recruitment team. So that you get a taste of what it’s like to be in the classroom, you’ll plan and teach a mini-lesson for visiting pupils from the partner schools we work with.
It's also an excellent opportunity to develop your employability and learn more about our Leadership Development Programme. Our two-year graduate programme gives participants the skills and confidence to become inspirational leaders inside and outside of the classroom.
In addition, if criteria are met, Taster Programme participants get a guaranteed place at our assessment centre for our Insight and Brand Manager programmes.
The Taster Programme is for undergraduates in their early years of study. For more information on eligibility, please visit our website via the button below.
- Professional skills training that will enhance your employability.
- Improve your presentation, self-evaluation and problem-solving skills
- Understanding of how you can make a social impact and help us achieve our vision to end educational inequality
- Find out what it's like to join a Times Top 100 Graduate Employer.
- A guaranteed place at our assessment centre for our Insight and Brand Manager programmes (provided you meet the criteria).
We are open for applications for our Taster Programme running from 10 – 11 January 2019.
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About Teach First
Did you know that the link between low socio-economic background and poor educational attainment is greater in the UK than almost any other developed country?
If you grow up in a low-income community, you won’t have the same chances in life as your wealthier neighbours. It’s one of the UK’s biggest social injustices. We want to change
- Academia & Education
- London, UK
- 201-500 employees
- Founded in 2002