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Teach for Australia

  • < 100 employees

Teach for Australia Graduate Stories

  • Graduate stories
I love seeing or hearing all the strange and wonderful things kids do when they don’t think you are watching.

Amelia Matthews

  • Graduate stories
I love seeing or hearing all the strange and wonderful things kids do when they don’t think you are watching.

Amelia Matthews

  • Graduate stories
I love planning awesome lessons that can make maths accessible and fun for all of my students (my class rarely says, ‘I just hate maths’ anymore!).

Christiana Lees

  • Graduate stories
I love planning awesome lessons that can make maths accessible and fun for all of my students (my class rarely says, ‘I just hate maths’ anymore!).

Christiana Lees

  • Graduate stories
You can’t hope for a perfect entry into a challenging career; and through the scrapes and bumps and bruises, you learn far more than you ever could in a university classroom.

Denis O’Donovan

  • Graduate stories
You can’t hope for a perfect entry into a challenging career; and through the scrapes and bumps and bruises, you learn far more than you ever could in a university classroom.

Denis O’Donovan

  • Graduate stories
The meaningful and challenging work that teachers do, that cannot be replaced by technology, resembles that of a highly effective leader.

Ammar Aldaoud

  • Graduate stories
The meaningful and challenging work that teachers do, that cannot be replaced by technology, resembles that of a highly effective leader.

Ammar Aldaoud

  • Graduate stories
I love teaching and providing opportunities to the next generation of Australia’s leaders and working with disengaged youth to reconnect them to learning and their community. 

Adam Ross

  • Graduate stories
I love teaching and providing opportunities to the next generation of Australia’s leaders and working with disengaged youth to reconnect them to learning and their community. 

Adam Ross

  • Graduate stories
You are an adviser, a counsellor, a cheerleader, a boundary-setter, and on any given day you can be both the best and worst person in the world (if your students had any say, that is!).

Amanda Neilson

  • Graduate stories
You are an adviser, a counsellor, a cheerleader, a boundary-setter, and on any given day you can be both the best and worst person in the world (if your students had any say, that is!).

Amanda Neilson