Deadline: Ongoing


The Teach For Uganda Fellowship Program is a two-year paid leadership development opportunity. We hire promising university graduates and equip them with teaching and leadership skills to effect change in under-served classrooms across the country.

Teach for Uganda is a nationwide movement of solution-driven leaders working to end education inequity in Uganda. Teach For Uganda exists to break the cycle of poverty by expanding educational opportunities to all children in Uganda.

An opportunity for Uganda graduates to challenge themselves and change the lives of children around Uganda while developing the most sought-after leadership skills.
Fellows serve as advocates, teachers, and advisers for their students.

The fellowship is an incredibly challenging, fulfilling and rewarding experience. It will grow you and transform your life, as well as that of your students, in ways you could have never imagined.

Teach for Uganda Our Core Values

Children first; we put children at the center of everything we do, and we work tirelessly to provide for them meaningful experiences that allow them to realize their fullest potential.
Sense of possibility; we believe that nothing is impossible, and we work hard to achieve our goals above and beyond what is expected of us.
Constantly learning; it’s only through learning that growth is achieved. We encourage reflection, and appreciate feedback as a practice, constantly search for new knowledge from books, research and articles to deepen our understanding, and bring innovation to various aspects of our work.
Humility and respect; we treat each other with dignity and respect, appreciate each other’s strengths, perceptions and experiences, and acknowledge our own limitations. We value our relationship with communities, leaders, schools and parents, and constantly engage them to advance our work of providing an excellent education to all children.
Teamwork; we support and challenge one another, work cooperatively with enthusiasm and appreciation, respect each other’s views, and make our work environment fun and enjoyable.


To apply, you must be a citizen of Uganda below the age of 35, you must have completed at least a bachelor’s degree in any discipline of study.


As a fellow,

You will receive cutting-edge global training in leadership and innovative teaching methods.

Networking opportunities to learn from a global Teach For All network of fellows, alumni and leaders spanning over 40 countries and 6 continents.

A monthly stipend ,health insurance, and personalized mentorship and coaching from dedicated leadership development coaches.


For more Information: Visit the Website of Teach for Uganda Fellowship Program