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Building K, Agri-Park, Farm 468, Portion 128, Baden Powell Dr, Lynedoch, Stellenbosch, 7603
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Ph: 072 872 6848

Join our Fellowship

"By becoming part of our inspiring pool of teacher-leaders, your school will know that you have the skills and competencies needed to change the lives of students in high-needs schools because of your potential to be a change-maker in classrooms and communities.” 

Benefits of becoming a TTN Fellow.

The journey of a TTN Fellow

1. Apply

Novice, post level 1 teachers who have posts in rural or township schools, between the ages of 22 & 35 years can apply through our website to become part of the next cohort of new TTN Fellows.

2. Selection Process

All applicants go through a selection process to ensure that the individuals who become our next TTN cohort have the right mindset and commitment necessary to complete the 2-year fellowship and to become part of the alumni.

3. On Boarding

You will begin your journey with us through our Summer Institute Training program, where your coaching journey will begin.

4. First Year of leadership development

In the first year of your leadership development, we focus on shaping leadership abilities by exploring our first 3 leadership objectives - self and social awareness, self-mastery, and communication across barriers. 

5. Second Year of leadership development

In the second year of your leadership development, you will experience transformative leadership as you deepen your understanding of your school and community. You'll cultivate the leadership abilities of an asset-based approach to development, systems thinking, and servant leadership an asset-based approach discovers possibilities within the schools we lead in and community and drive learner community impact projects under the close mentorship of our coaches. An asset-based approach discovers possibilities within your school and community, shaping impact from the Theory of Problem. You will embrace systems thinking to effectively leverage your ecosystem to build learners as leaders through community impact projects. Through servant leadership you will reflect on how you have lead through service while nurturing leaders around you.

6. Alumni Pathway

After the successful completion of the two year fellowship this prepares you for graduation into the Teach the Nation alumni movement, where pathways open you up to education leadership, social innovation, and social entrepreneurship.

Get In Touch
Building K, Agri-Park, Farm 468,
Portion 128, Baden Powell Dr,
Lynedoch,
Stellenbosch,
7603

info@teachthenation.org
Ph: 072 872 6848

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the Fellowship?