Final chance to submit your application for Teach First’s paid, two-week award winning internship.
Over half of both maths and science departments in schools experience significant shortages of specialist teaching staff. (Association for School and College Leaders, 2014).
Could you be an inspirational role model for the pupils that need them the most?
During our Insight Programme you’ll get training on leadership and teaching, and get the opportunity to step into the classroom and deliver your own lesson at one of our partner schools.
The programme is available to students in their penultimate year at university who have a science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) background. This can include Maths or Sciences A-Levels, even if your degree is not specifically in a STEM field.
To summarise the fantastic benefits, you will:
- Develop key employability skills such as public speaking, teamwork & decision-making.
- Earn £500 for the two weeks, with all accommodation and travel covered by Teach First.
- Gain experience in the education sector and understand the STEM challenge.
The deadline for applications is midnight on Sunday 9 December. Click here to begin your application.
To be eligible for our programme you should:
- Be graduating in 2020 (if you are currently studying for a PhD you can still apply however you must have completed your studies by 2020).
- Be a STEM specialist: either studying for a STEM degree or have A-levels (A*- B) in the following subjects: two sciences (biology, chemistry or physics) and/or maths and/or technology (DT or ICT).
- Have right to work in the UK.
As a science teacher and Teach First ambassador, it is my role to support students from your university with the short application process. Therefore, please direct any questions you have about the programme or application to Ross Cooper at email@example.com
Are you passionate about your subject area and enthusiastic about sharing it with others? Do you want to gain teaching experience in a flexible way? The School of History are recruiting now for Academic Ambassadors.
The Academic Ambassador role provides an exciting opportunity for University of Kent postgraduate students to work on a range of paid projects for their academic school. This role involves developing and delivering subject specific sessions to school, college and/or community groups both on and off campus.
More information about this role can be found on the job description on the ambassador website; please contact Dr Will Butler if you have any questions (W.M.Butler@kent.ac.uk).
To apply, you must be a current postgraduate student. Applications may be submitted up to Monday 15th October using the online application form at https://www.kent.ac.uk/ambassadors/prospectiveinfo/postgraduate-roles.html.
The University is looking for students that want an exciting and challenging job, representing the University and raising money for funds that will help protect and increase opportunities for their peers.
The Development Office runs fundraising telephone campaigns in order to> raise money for the Kent Opportunity Fund, which helps to support students. It does that by providing scholarships, supporting students going through financial trouble and helping to finance student projects. As a Student Fundraiser you will be contacting alumni and helping to raise money for these causes.
Applicants should be comfortable on the phone, confident and willing to speak positively about their experiences at the University of Kent.
The University plans to recruit twenty-one Student Fundraisers, and the fundraising campaign will being on Saturday 28th October, and run until Sunday 26th November. Callers will be asked to work two shifts per week (6-9pm) and either a Saturday or Sunday (12-5).
For more information and to apply, head to https://kentunion.co.uk/jobshop/job/54.