Listen to Isabella Akinseye as she discusses the Teach For Nigeria Fellowship with Prince Ifoh, a 2017 Teach For Nigeria Fellow.
Listen to Isabella Akinseye as she discusses the Teach For Nigeria Fellowship with Oluwaseun Kayode, a 2017 Teach For Nigeria Fellow.
Listen to Isabella Akinseye as she discusses the 2018 Teach For Nigeria Fellowship with Chioma Fakorede, Head, Fellowship Recruitment and Selection, Teach For Nigeria.
Last week, we had Chioma Fakorede, Head, Fellowship Recruitment and Selection, Teach For Nigeria on the show to discuss the 2018 Teach For Nigeria Fellowship. Below are 7 tips for a successful application.
The Teach For Nigeria Fellowship is a transformational leadership program that equips Fellows with transferable leadership skills to effect change beyond the classrooms in the communities we serve. After the Fellowship, alumni of Teach For Nigeria build on their classroom teaching experience to drive long-term systemic changes in the educational sector in Nigeria as they progress into leadership roles in their varied professions. The Teach For Nigeria model is based on the proven success of 40 country organizations including Teach For America, Teach First UK, Teach For Ghana, Teach For Bangladesh, Teach For Nepal and Teach For India, who are all part of the Teach For All network.
As a Fellow, you will set targets and work towards ambitious goals that will put your students on a different life path. The experience will not only develop your leadership skills but also give you first-hand exposure to the educational crisis in our country. It will help you develop an awareness of the wider issues relating to educational inequity – and deepen your understanding of their potential solution
Through the two years, Fellows receive ongoing support through a combination of in-person training sessions, leadership forums, as well as online training courses and resources. Additionally, we will build partnerships with key public and private sector entities in order to develop pathways to accelerate alumni leadership in critical areas.
After the two-year program and as an Alumni, you will be supported to use these skills and knowledge to advocate for and lead educational reform in whichever path you choose.