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We work in partnership with schools to help young people from low-income communities in England get what they need to prepare them for adult life. Here’s how Alice Coates got on as a recent alumna of
Some people’s first encounter with Teach First is as a participant on our Leadership Development Programme after they graduate. But, for many, that journey starts much sooner, while they’re at
Changing jobs is frightening enough. Changing an entire career is even more terrifying. But if the urge to teach just won’t go away it’s a good sign you should give it a try. These people did and they
Teaching science, maths or design and technology on our Leadership Development Programme is exciting and rewarding, it opens doors to great professional opportunities and enables you to make a crucial
Our ambassador community grows every year, as another cohort completes the Leadership Development Programme.
Teaching is a tough job. There’s a lot of responsibility and working with young people on a day-to-day basis is rewarding and demanding in equal measure. To help our teachers overcome any challenges
With a successful television career under her belt, Sarah Baxter felt the urge to try something new. We spoke to her about what drove her to swap exotic filming locations for a south London classroom.
Have you got what it takes to stand in front of a class of children from low-income communities and help raise their academic achievements, hopes for the future and chance of success in life?
I know many of you share my excitement about the work Teach First has been doing this year, publicly campaigning on fair education and social mobility and working with our ambassadors to ask everyone
We’ve captured in pictures what happens on our award-winning internship the Insight Programme - a two-week opportunity exclusively for STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) undergraduates.
David Akata stars in our film “Teachers, we do more than just teach”, talking about the inspiring leadership our teachers provide every day. And nothing shows that impact more than his own personal
Our recruitment video “What did you do at work today?” gives a glimpse of the challenges and rewards a teacher experiences every day. But don’t take our word for it.
Our Brand Manager role is an opportunity for university students to gain transferable skills, earn a salary - and have a great social impact. We asked our Brand Managers to tell us exactly what
Nikhil Kapila knew changing career to become a teacher was going to be a challenge – a rewarding and exciting one, but still a challenge. And that challenge went up a level when his wife gave birth
"What do you want to be when you grow up?" That age-old question which, more often than not, flummoxes the respondent. But what if you've always known where your career path would lead? And what if
When Sara moved to England from Jordan aged just six, she couldn't speak a word of English. As her frustrations in the classroom grew, her behaviour plummeted and she was almost excluded from school.
Three engineers tell us about their experiences on the Leadership Development Programme, and how it’s propelled their careers while giving them the chance to make a difference to the lives of
Former Teach First trainee, Sarah Louise, was becoming increasingly frustrated that so many of her pupils with great talent and potential were missing out on opportunities simply because of their low
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