Teach First Deutschland shows that young people in socially deprived areas can be successful. To this end, university graduates from various fields of study are working as fellows at schools in hot spots throughout Germany. As additional staff in the classroom and during all-day activities, they support students particularly where they often fail: at transitions in the education system. Fellows are selected in a multi-stage process, qualified for the two-year school assignment, and supported and trained during the assignment. Their work for Teach First Germany shapes a generation of leaders who then work with the alumni network to improve educational opportunities. Together with more than 58 other independent national organizations, Teach First Germany is part of the international Teach For All network.
University degree (at least Bachelor's degree, all disciplines)
NGOs are usually non-profit-oriented, but strongly value-oriented. But how does this orientation affect an NGO, e.g. its organizational structure or funding? And what is an NGO anyway? How does it communicate and represent its values internally and externally? How are they reflected in recruiting and applicant selection?
In the workshop you will get an insight into the work, the application process and the selection of a nationwide operating and internationally connected NGO. In order for your own application process to be successful, you will learn how to identify the values of companies and organizations and how to meaningfully name and emphasize your own values.