Schools and universities

Teach First coffee appointments

13 March 2017 at 16:00 to 13 March 2017 at 19:00 in Preston at the Starbucks

Event info:

Are you looking for a real challenge, one where you can use your intelligence and personality to help solve one of the biggest problems in the UK? Sign up to a coffee appointment with your local recruitment officer to find out why the Teach First Leadership Development Programme (LDP) could be the career-defining opportunity for you.

The link between how well you do at school and how much your family earns is stronger in the UK than almost anywhere in the developed world. We’re changing this and you can too.

We believe that inspirational teaching and leadership are vital to helping every child succeed, regardless of their background. We train and support exceptional people like you to become influential classroom leaders through our salaried two-year programme in schools across England and Wales.

Our coffee appointments give you the chance to talk to a member of our recruitment team and get all of your burning questions answered.

Book your timeslot today. Before booking your slot please note that to be eligible for the programme we ask for a 2:1 degree and 300 UCAS points (grades BBB or ABC at A level, for example). We also ask you to hold academic qualifications that meet our requirements to teach one of the curriculum areas that we recruit to.

To attend this event, please register on our website.

Venue information:

Starbucks, Unit 3.3A and 3.3B, Fishergate Shopping Centre, Preston, PR1 8HL

Additional information:

Target audience:

Recent graduates, young professionals and career changers

Organiser:

Teach First

Event website:

Visit event website

Contact email:

lmcavoy@teachfirst.org.uk

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