As a fellow, you will receive a full-time teacher’s salary with an additional living allowance that is competitive with entry-level positions in other companies.
Transitional Funding and Support
As with any new job, you should prepare for expenses that might arise before your first paycheck. Covering these costs can be difficult, so Teach For Cambodia provides a funding package to enable fellows to join the pre-service training (Leadership Training Academy) and transit to their classroom teaching.
Note that Teach For Cambodia covers food, accommodation, necessary supplies, and daily transportation to and from the training site during the Leadership Training Academy period.
Training, Leadership Development & Community Projects
Fellows will be trained, coached and supported by a dedicated team in Cambodia and experts from other countries to ensure that they can become effective teachers and leaders. Our training and leadership development model is based on the globally reputable “Teaching As Leadership” framework. Fellows will be supported to lead school and/or community projects and pursue internships beyond their teaching in order to expand their learning and build their leadership skills.
Career Opportunities After the Fellowship
Fellows will receive post-fellowship career advising and opportunities from Teach For Cambodia, and our friends and supporters from the private and public sectors.
Global Access & Resources
Fellows can access global resources, professional development and cultural exchange opportunities with Teach For All’s global partner organizations in 46 countries.
As an alumnus, you will become part of a powerful network of Teach For Cambodia and Teach For All alumni (with over 49,500+ alumni from 46 countries, reaching over 9 million students to date).
As a graduate of the Teach For Cambodia program, you can access global scholarship opportunities for graduate degrees with over 100 university partners around the world.