Are you passionate about reshaping the future of education in rural communities? Do you have a heart for working with children and igniting their potential? The Green Educators Fellowship invites you to join our mission. We believe that every child, irrespective of their socio-economic background, deserves quality education that can pave the way to a brighter future.

We Are Seeking:

Early Childhood Educators: Professionals who specialize in play methods, creative teaching, and child-centered pedagogies.

Nursery and Primary Educators: Individuals dedicated to building a strong foundational knowledge for kids, with a flair for innovative teaching methodologies.

Secondary School Educators (STEM-focused): Passionate educators who can bring Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math to life for young teenagers.

Fellowship Duration: 1 year

Benefits Include:

  • Accommodation.

  • Stipends.

  • Comprehensive training programs to enhance your teaching and community skills.

  • Certificate of Stewardship for outstanding fellow

Who Should Apply?

  • Individuals under 35.

  • Recent graduates with a drive to make a difference.

  • Those with an innate creativity and a proven ability to think outside the box.

  • Educators who resonate with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #4: Quality Education.

Application Process:

  • Candidates must be prepared to showcase their leadership potential. This will be evaluated through three essays where you will:

  • Describe your personal achievements over the years.

  • Share your volunteer and professional experiences.

  • Detail your long-term goals and motivations for joining the fellowship.

We recommend employing the STAR approach (Situation, Task, Action, and Result) to structure your essays. Reflect on your past experiences, and don’t rush; think deeply, write honestly, and proofread diligently.

The Green Educators Fellowship is more than just a teaching opportunity; it’s a chance to be part of a global movement, to inspire young minds, and to contribute to building a sustainable future.