Recruitment Session on Teach for Bangladesh Fellowship program

Publish Date: 
Wednesday, July 26, 2017 - 12:00

On July 25th, 2017, Teach for Bangladesh (TFB) conducted a seminar on ‘Fellowship program’ in association with OCSAR, BRAC University. TFB Recruitment Director, Sadia Hossain and Associate, Arnob K. Saha detailed the components of the Fellowship program, along with special guest and BRAC alumna, Sadia Afrin Binte Azad. Ms. Azad spoke of the experiences and opportunities she received through the Fellowship program, which she completed this past year. Ms. Azad is currently serving as a Recruitment Coordinator at Teach for Bangladesh, helping to bring in top Bangladeshis into the program.

The Teach for Bangladesh Fellowship is a leadership development program that places top graduates and young professionals into low income schools to teach full time for two years as the first step in a lifelong commitment to end educational inequity. The program is a 2 year long, paid commitment that allows you to substantially advance your career while impacting the lives of hundreds of disadvantaged children in Bangladesh. The Fellowship is a highly selective, rigorous, and internationally recognized program with tremendous leadership potential and an appetite for challenge.

Mr. Kazi Shahnoor Kabir, and Ms. Samiha Nusrat, OCSAR were present at the session and coordinated the event.