• Dhaka, Chittagong

Registration for the 2023 Teach For Bangladesh Fellowship Program

Teach For Bangladesh (TFB) recruits outstanding and diverse leaders to our unique Fellowship program. Our Fellows commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they work as a teachers at local schools. During those two years, Fellows are immersed in their placement school and community, working as full-time teachers, and discovering the joys and challenges that come with expanding opportunity for all children. After successful graduation from the Fellowship in two years, they become part of the TFB alumni network. Informed by their experiences, inspired by their students, and equipped with the leadership skills they developed through the program, TFB Alumni go on to pursue impactful careers both inside and outside the education system, helping to build a Bangladesh that better serves all children.





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Leadership Experience

To help us understand your leadership potential, please tell us about two (2) most significant leadership roles you have held in the last four (4) years while pursuing either extracurricular activities, entrepreneurship, voluntary service, paid or unpaid employment opportunities, etc.

This leadership experience does not need to be related to teaching or education, and can include any activity where you have made significant impact as a student, a graduate or a professional.

Eligible Regions: Bangladesh

Application Process

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