How To Apply
Applicants must complete the online application (Please note that no paper-based applications will be accepted, all applications must be completed on the website)
The online application consists of the following six sections:
- Personal Information
- Academic Information (Applicants are not required to submit transcripts by the application deadline)
- Leadership and Work Experience Information
- Written Information (fit with TEACH, and two essays)
- Supplemental Information
Successful applicants will be invited to attend a day-long interview to be conducted one week in July and one week in October. To ensure that you will be able to attend, we ask that you hold time on your calendar as much as possible within the interview window since you may be assigned to any of these dates.
Successful applicants from the interview day will be invited to take a subject competency assessment in Maths, Science, English or Computer Application Technology.
On the Interview day, you need to bring with you an original and certified copy of your transcripts from the University that will award or has awarded your degree as well as an original and certified copy of your identity document. For non- South African citizens, you are required to bring with you original and certified copies of your passport and work permit if applicable, to be submitted at the beginning on the Interview day.
TEACH South Africa will only accept South African citizens, legal permanent residents or non-South African residents that have a valid work permit/quota. If you are invited to a final interview, you must present certified photocopies of legal documentation that proves you are a citizen, or lawful permanent resident of South Africa- Visas are not acceptable.
TEACH Ambassadors are paid directly by the school districts where they work and receive the same salaries and health benefits as other entry-level teachers.
For any enquiries please contact TEACH South Africa at firstname.lastname@example.org.