Teach for Afghanistan is a highly selective fellowship program.
Through four stage process we select the best promising candidates for the fellowship.
The application form is an opportunity for us to get to know you. Through this, we will be able to understand why you want to join Teach for Afghanistan and why you would be a strong fit for the Fellowship.
If successful in your application, you will be invited to the last stage. In a practical interview, you will be asked to do a demo of a classroom lecture and a personal interview to know you better. If you are out of the country and won’t be able to attend the interview, we will conduct it via Skype. Read more>>>
Teach for Afghanistan will send offer letters to the ones who have successfully completed the recruitment tests, interviews, and documents verification by TAO assessors. TAO will give a deadline of two weeks for accepting the offer to each applicant, and in case the offer is rejected or we didn’t receive any reply before the deadline, the Teach For Afghanistan assessors shall introduce someone else from recruitment lists, or the recruitment procedure for selection of remaining fellows will be re-announced.
Teach for Afghanistan Organization is a highly selective program that empowers the best promising university graduates by placing them in the classroom for two years so that all Afghan children will reach to its highest potential. Successful candidates typically demonstrate a proven record of academic excellence and non-academic leadership, alignment with our core values and mission, strong critical thinking skills, and the ability to overcome challenges. Candidates must also be proficient in Dari/Pashto and English. Read more>>>
The minimum education requirement to apply for the Teach for Afghanistan Organization Fellowship is a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with 75% or above marks. Candidates must hold a valid Bachelor’s degree at the time of application, or expect to hold a valid Bachelor’s degree by start of their fellowship.
The Teach for Afghanistan Organization Fellowship is open only to Afghan nationals, dual citizens who hold an Afghan passport, and foreign nationals of Afghan origin who have a No Visa Required seal on their passport.
in globally renowned models of pedagogy and leadership development
enabling you to design and manage a School/Community Development Projects
of social innovators, leaders and educators through learning and networking opportunities
at universities such as the Harvard, Colombia, Princeton in the US and others
develop leadership skills such as organization, communication, problem-solving,people management and resourcefulness that are valuable in any sector.
that challenges you to maximize your potential