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While I begin this journey to end educational inequity in Nepal as a Teach For Nepal Fellow, my teacher who taught me math for free comes to mind. This teacher installed a belief in me that one teacher can really make a difference. A thought arises in my mind: if he could change my life then I can try that too. I believe joining this fellowship is the continuation of the legacy of my teacher. This is the reason why I joined this fellowship. I believe that I can bring light to the env...View full profile
I grew up in Kathmandu in a typical joint family, where my grandparents would give me money for chocolates every morning before going to school and cover for me when I screwed something up. Growing up wasn’t difficult. I was sent to a prestigious private school to study. My siblings and I were highly pampered. However, we had to face financial difficulties at one point in life, which taught me how to deal with it; I’ve learned to distinguish between my wants and my needs. I’m a sensitive p...View full profile
Teach for Nepal is a movement of outstanding university graduates and young professionals who are committed to end education inequity in Nepal starting with two years of fellowship teaching in public schools.
Teach For Nepal fellowship is a two year long, full-time paid employment opportunity. During the two years, Fellows teach in public schools and bring about academic achievement and transformative impact in their students. At the same time, they harness their leadership skills through the teaching experience and intensive development training and support.