ABOUT
THE FELLOWSHIP

The Teach For Armenia Fellowship is a 2 year teaching program for Armenia’s top talent to unlock their professional and leadership potential while at the same time give back to Armenian communities in need. Teach For Armenia Fellows are placed in the most underserved schools in regional Armenia. Our partner schools need young teachers to inspire innovation, new teaching methods, and access to the latest educational resources.

Teach For Armenia envisions creating a community of like-minded leaders who thoroughly understand the Armenian educational system in its complexity. These leaders are able to contribute to its continued development and modernization across career paths upon completion of the Fellowship.

Teach For Armenia is rooted in a global model, called Teach for All. This 25-year-old social change model is successfully implemented and localized in 40 countries worldwide. National independent organizations who implement the programs locally are brought together by Teach For All’s international network to create a platform for best practice and knowledge sharing.

 
 

WHO IS

THE TEACH FOR ARMENIA

FELLOWSHIP

FOR?

We recruit and select the best and the brightest graduates from top universities in Armenia and Armenian diaspora around the world with a growth mindset and extraordinary leadership skills. We look for leaders with a growth mindset and extraordinary leadership skills.  Fellows are not required to have a pedagogical degree when applying to the program. If selected as a program Fellow, they will be trained as a teacher and obtain certification through the program.

Our Fellows are graduates of the most renown and prestigious universities in Armenia including: The American University of Armenia, Yerevan State University, The Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University, Yerevan Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences, etc. Fellows who represent the Armenian diaspora are graduates of diverse universities including The University of California, Los Angeles and The Lebanese University, among others.