Feb. 28, 2021
When asked: “Where did a seventh-grader get an idea of a solar plow?” Sujit convincingly responded: “I had seen solar panels in school on the roof of our teacher’s room and wondered how it worked. We went to Sudarshan sir to ask about it and he helped us explain the physics behind solar to motion energy.”Read full blog
Jan. 31, 2021
Girls, throughout several generations, have had to cross many barriers to simply attend schools. People in the community, to this day, believe that being allowed to attend school in itself is a huge privilege for girls. But Sandhya knows that her girls have much more to strive and thrive for than merely exist in the school.Read full blog
June 30, 2020
With small steps taken by Fellows, we can see noticeable improvements both in academics as well as the personality of the students. This is not at all possible without the joint effort from students, their parents, school family, community leaders and our supporters.Read full blog
May 31, 2020
Leadership matters more in times of crisis. What do leaders need to do at this time when solutions are not obvious and the multidimensional effect of crisis is unpredictable? Moreover, how do we move forward when one leader cannot offer a solution that works for all people living within different contextual realities?Read full blog
Sept. 1, 2020
One's journey with TFN goes beyond a two-year-long community-based experience. This is why TFN Alumni come together twice a year to ALFs to reconnect and rebond with each other, network with new Alumni and strengthen the movement.Read full news
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.