2024 Teach for Bangladesh (TFB) Fellowship Program in Bangladesh (Funded)

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Application Deadline:  March 19, 2023

Teach For Bangladesh (TFB) recruits outstanding and diverse leaders to our unique Fellowship program. Our Fellows commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they work as a teachers at local schools. During those two years, Fellows are immersed in their placement school and community, working as full-time teachers, and discovering the joys and challenges that come with expanding opportunity for all children. After successful graduation from the Fellowship in two years, they become part of the TFB alumni network. Informed by their experiences, inspired by their students, and equipped with the leadership skills they developed through the program, TFB Alumni go on to pursue impactful careers both inside and outside the education system, helping to build a Bangladesh that better serves all children.

Make an Impact:

  • Empower Students: TFB Fellows are first and foremost educators who believe that all children are capable of excellence. During the Fellowship, they learn the building blocks of great teaching, and work relentlessly to ensure their students’ learning and growth. They build classrooms that are welcoming and joyful, where all children develop confidence, communication, critical thinking, and socioemotional skills alongside their academics. Their Fellows help students unlock their own leadership potential and discover their ability to create change in the world around them.
  • Partner with Communities: They believe that students and communities are the true leaders of the movement for equity. TFB Fellows work tirelessly to build authentic relationships with students, parents, and other community members. Every year, Fellows support student-led community-service projects to address fundamental challenges such as health and hygiene, student safety, gender equity, waste management, recycling, climate change, etc. Fellows create a positive impact in communities and building student leadership in the process.
  • Support Schools: Fellows are integral members of their school team, reporting to the school head teacher (in addition to their TFB manager), and working alongside other school colleagues. This is a unique opportunity for Fellows to understand schools from the inside out, learn from the veteran teachers, collaborate on school-wide initiatives, and share innovations & best practices with others. Their Fellows cultivate strong school relationships to have a far greater impact as well as learning.


  • Fellows will be given a monthly stipend of 30,000 BDT during the program.
  • The Fellowship is designed to prepare you to excel in any field you choose, as you develop transferrable skills during this period. The challenge involved in completing the two-year Fellowship makes you a self-aware leader. The Fellowship offers the following:
    • Opportunity to lead a global movement and bring about significant change
    • Professional training and support
    • Opportunities for networking and career development
    • International learning opportunities through the Teach for All network
    • Local and international graduate school tie-ups
    • Ever expanding network of corporate tie-ups

Eligibility Criteria:

  • The Fellowship is open only to Bangladeshi nationals, dual citizens who hold a Bangladeshi passport, and foreign nationals of Bangladeshi origin who have a “No Visa Required” seal on their passport.
  • The minimum requirement to apply for The TFB Fellowship is a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university.
  • Fellows are required to be highly proficient in spoken and written English. Low-income schools lag furthest behind in English scores, and English language instruction is one of the main focal points of their work in these schools. In addition, the majority of training and support Teach For Bangladesh provides to Fellows will be in English.

Visit the official website for details and application

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