Our Story

Teach for the Philippines is a for-purpose, non-stock, non-profit organization that works to ensure all Filipino children benefit from an excellent, inclusive, and relevant education.

Founded in 2012, TFP focuses its efforts on improving teacher quality and addressing education challenges at the system-level. Through its three core programs, the organization builds a movement of high-potential Filipinos who can improve student learning outcomes, spark positive change in public school communities, and set reforms in motion to transform our public schools to become that which our children deserve, and that which our country needs.

Teach for the Philippines stands on the shoulders of a giant: Sa Aklat Sisikat Foundation (SAS). SAS created a 30-day reading program which was proven by the MIT J-PAL Poverty Action Lab to have significant positive impact in the reading skills of participating students (Linden, Leigh, Baafra Abeberese, and Todd Kumler, 2013).

Today, as a way of expanding the impact of SAS, oriented towards learning and built on a foundation of research, evidence, and operational excellence, TFP has grown into a nationwide movement that has engaged over 300 Filipino teachers and community leaders who are committed to work towards meaningful and positive change. And so, driven by a passion for expanding opportunities for public school students across the country, Teach for the Philippines aims to build a nation of readers® and to transform the public school system to become the best that it can be.

Vision, Mission, Values


All Filipino children will benefit from an excellent, inclusive, relevant education.


We identify, develop, and support…
...Teachers who positively impact the academic and life skills of their public school students through the TFP approach;
...Alumni who leverage their teaching experiences to advance education reform throughout their lives;
...A network of partners that work together on shared objectives for education reform.


Every employee and alumnus of Teach for the Philippines—inside and outside the classroom—must aspire to model the leadership the country needs in order to progress. To guide us in this effort, we hold the following six operational values to be true. These values represent the way we conduct ourselves on a daily basis.

  1. We focus on the Mission.
  2. We work as a team to deliver excellent results. Individually and collectively, delivering on big tasks or small, we carry out our work to the best of our abilities.
  3. We roll up our sleeves and persevere to get the job done. In the pursuit of operational excellence, each member of our team sets aside his or her personal ego to reach out and extend a hand when it is needed.
  4. We act with integrity, respect, and kindness especially in the face of ambiguity. Our vision of success includes acting with integrity and without malice; being respectful  and being kind, in every situation and at all times - even when no one is looking.
  5. We listen and learn from everyone and everything. In modeling the leadership we want to see in our country, it is critical to have humility. We accept that we do not know everything. We also recognize that every individual and every community has a story to tell.
  6. We build and value strong partnerships.Social change is a consensus amongst many different organizations, cultures, and orientations. Creating impact through social change means working with others, inside and outside our organization.

…And above all, we commit to working towards a vision where all Filipino children will benefit from an excellent, inclusive, and relevant education.

Our Board of Trustees

Advisory Council

Our Team

Teach for the Philippines is led by young, civic-minded, and entrepreneurial individuals with a bias for action. We focus on results and work intelligently towards expanding opportunities for all Filipino children. As citizens, we are committed to being the change we want to see in our country.

Teach for the Philippines Co-Founders (L-R): Margarita Liboro Delgado, Board Chairperson; Clarissa Isabelle Delgado; Lizzie Zobel de Ayala


Chief Executive Officer (R): Mavie Almeda Ungco; Chief Operations Officer (L): Christophe Heneras-Chuidian ('13-Quezon City)


Chief of Staff: Angel Ramos

Strategic Communications OIC: Andrea Grace Sawit
Multimedia Design: Kamil Dadal
Content Strategy Consultant: Candice Montenegro

Government Relations & Placement Managers: Saira Ferrer, Ciara Ombao-Aranzaso, Thea Murcia
Government Relations & Placement Associate: Ann Ubaña


HR Director: Veronica Maria Navarro
HR Manager: Lei Talon
HR Associate: Roy Jaluag

Finance Manager: Ken-Aldrich Sanz
Finance Associates: Mark Jade Erazo, Freya Villacarlos

Data & Impact Assessment Director: Edcel Artificio ('15-Quezon City)
Data & Impact Assessment Manager: Juvhan Rebangcos ('20-Victorias, Negros Occidental), Renz Roc
Data Consultant: Johanna Castro Borromeo


Fellowship Program Director: Ginny Villa-Real

Fellow Support
Training Managers: John Cedric Pineda (‘18-Marikina); Lirio Josefina Mapa; Vina Leonardo
Leadership Development Managers: Jan Alliana Rubio
Student Development: Kyle Geroche (‘18-Marikina), Beam Millena

Recruitment, Selection, Matriculation
Admissions Manager: Jessica Reyes
Admission Associates: Hannah Ramos (‘19-Cagayan de Oro), AJ Alceso

Alumni Program Director: Marie Angela Rosal ('14-Marikina)
Alumni Program Managers: Liane Ira Amat (‘17-Cagayan de Oro), Gabriel Maria Tibayan (‘18-Marikina), Deanna Baylon

Public School Teacher Pathways Program Director: Danise Macaraya-Tiongson ('16-Marikina)
Public School Teacher Pathways Program Manager: Jerson Capuyan ('14-Biñan, Laguna)
Public School Teacher Pathways Program Associate: Kim dela Cruz ('18-Angeles, Pampanga)


Dr. Edmundo Litton, Dr. Emily Beam, Belinda Brown, Sarah Co, Louie Arcilla, Patch Silva
Assessment Analytics, Independent Minds, StudioCo, IDInsight

Our Teachers

Every year, through Teach for the Philippines' core programs, the organization enlists Teacher Fellows and Teacher Leaders - promising Filipinos driven to lead positive lasting changes in their classrooms, communities, and country. Throughout their two-year programs, our teachers are trained to become lifelong advocates for education equity who will advance education reform throughout their lifetime.

Our 2023 Cohort

  • Ma. Theresa Abellera

  • Yves Arboleda*

  • John Dave Balaguer

  • Reamae Batoy

  • John Louis Brigole

  • Myrille Saira Brusola

  • Andrea Anna Cabangon

  • Viancamille Cruz*

  • Francis Clark David

  • Janna Marie Deocampo

  • Joana Lyra Donozo

  • Romel Eduria*

  • Reinalyn Esguerra

  • Karen Nicole Fallorina

  • John Pepe Galang

  • Chandra Chloe Garcia

  • Mary Joy Glino

  • Ana Lorraine Gumatay*

  • Aaron James Laygo

  • Jorico Lentejas

  • Justin Jade Leones

  • David John Limben

  • Nikaella Llantino

  • Joseph Adrian Mamangun

  • Cindy Manalang

  • Therese Angela Moloa

  • Angelica Isabelle Moreno

  • Mary Jane Moreno

  • Vanessa Lyka Natural

  • Hero Oglimen

  • Emmie Flor Orbon

  • Abigail Oropeza*

  • Milarose Pedrosa

  • Leonides Pillar*

  • Monica Robles

  • Minerva Salao

  • Anne Kiana San Juan

  • Aileen Grace Sevilla*

  • Ambross Elvin John Sumaylo

  • Dianna Kyle Tagalog

  • Eunice Valdez

  • Jhon Lloyd Vidal

  • Gabriella Aurora Villaverde

  • Annabelle Yamba

  • Lea Julianne Zarza

*The names with asterisks are our participants in the Public School Teacher Pathways.

Our 2022 Cohort

  • April Rhose Albito

  • Charry Mae Bacnat

  • Ernesto Baguan Jr.

  • Maria Shiela Batacan

  • Karla Christel Borja

  • Jamie Caindoy*

  • David Mark Calma

  • Amy Grant Castillo*

  • Mary Rose Cometa

  • Eunice Rophe Cuartero

  • Jim Miguel Edmilao

  • Michelle Angela Giron

  • Jonalyn Javier

  • Anatalie Joy Legaspi*

  • Lynette Mahait*

  • Jallal Malaguia

  • Jay R Mando*

  • Danica Marcellana

  • King Pierre Moncal

  • Genesis Pedregosa

  • Ina Rosell

  • Marijoe Janine Sabarez

  • Patricia Angelu Supapo

  • Jazmea Nickle Tadle

  • Aida Talorong*

  • Jejomar Villacorte*

  • Yul Villanueva Jr.

  • Holden Andrew Villapando

*The names with asterisks are our participants in the Public School Teacher Pathways.

Our Alumni

The final stage of The Teach for the Philippines Fellowship is Alumni Pathways. Our leaders commit to education equity beyond the 24-month Fellowship program, whether they remain in the classroom, move on to education administration, work in government or the corporate sector, or join a different social development path.

A key part of the Alumni Pathways is Teach for the Philippines’ Alumni Mentorship Program.

Teach for the Philippines’ Alumni Mentorship Program supports the transfer of valuable leadership knowledge through mentoring. This is an opportunity for second-year Teacher Fellows to forge a meaningful relationship with a respected professional, who believes in developing young leaders as part of nation building. The Teacher Fellows are responsible for actively engaging their mentors to further their learning and professional development. A mentor facilitates learning by asking thought-provoking questions and sharing invaluable career advice that help Teacher Fellows to reflect on their own experiences.

Our 2021 Cohort

  • Samantha Almaden

  • Ma. Elena Alvarez*

  • Mishael Jan Bataclan

  • Moneta Diomer Calati*

  • Abigail Carranza

  • Sherielyn Castro*

  • Rudy Clariño

  • Francheska Marie Cortejos

  • Mikaela Cortez

  • Eufemia De Asis*

  • Nica Mae De Castro

  • Karina De Guzman*

  • Regine De La Viña

  • Kyra Ammi Dizon

  • Eiriel Rain Dollete

  • Ketchie Ferraris*

  • Wyn Gallo

  • Mark Jay Gamao

  • Marites Gelacio*

  • Novalyn Guiquing*

  • Vernie Glojun Lasmarias

  • Norlyn Lazaro*

  • Imelda Lelina*

  • Edmar Lingatong

  • Denzel Macaraig

  • Charmaine Refrima

  • Mary Jane Rivera*

  • Dominic Rolloda

  • Elvie Sadio*

  • Alison Salva

  • Evangeline Sibuyan*

  • Richelle Villasor

  • Rohi Yocariza

*The names with asterisks are our participants in the Public School Teacher Pathways.

Our 2020 Cohort

  • Hannah Mae Canillas

  • Dan Sandino Cipriano

  • Ayaka Datuin

  • Mary Frances Angeles De Guzman

  • Rosvir Kate Flores

  • Kate Cassidy Gaetos

  • Yna Marie Jubas

  • Shera May Lacanglacang*

  • Leahlyn Lingatong*

  • Mark Aloysius Mailom

  • Ruby Hazel Mesoga

  • Jann Romeo Nacar

  • Czarina Marie Nacionales

  • Don Johnson Neri

  • Kenjie Nob*

  • Jurell Ordanes

  • Thea Philline Paguiligan

  • Welyn Ragasi*

  • Juvhan Rebangcos

  • Pamela Robin

  • Hasima Salic*

*The names with asterisks are our participants in the Public School Teacher Pathways.

Our 2019 Alumni

*The names with asterisks are our participants in the Public School Teacher Pathways.

  • Ysabel Eugene Agregado

  • Isabel Anne Alano

  • Ysabelle Cabodil

  • Monique Angela Cadag

  • Carlos Caldit

  • Jia Vanessa Catiis

  • Michael Clementir

  • Riz Supreme Comia

  • Luis Gabriel Cruz

  • Ryan Augusto Cunanan

  • Kimberly De Leon

  • Joyce De Luna

  • Christine Eduave*

  • Kathleen Hazel Esmama

  • Nove de Praise Fegarido

  • Jennie Ver Gabon

  • Erwin Gantalao

  • Johnrill Generoso*

  • Julius Irasga

  • Annie Lauras*

  • Ann Margarett Lazaro

  • Carolyn Legason*

  • Aeman Llantada

  • Jun Lucas*

  • Jennylyn Marcelino*

  • Ian Ezekiel Martin*

  • Princess Jackie Mata

  • Karen Louie Mejos*

  • Florelyn Micua

  • Mabell Mingoy

  • Lyca Rose Pantino

  • Mae Rosette Patio

  • Rosa Mae Piolo*

  • Jann Rencille Quinto*

  • Hannah Camille Ramos

  • Christianne Romano

  • Rennzy Louise Sanchez

  • Celine Marie Santos

  • Rose Anne Saoi*

  • Michelle Tejada*

  • Nesiree Vili

  • Maria Isabelle Vinoya

  • Chatelaine Wansi

Our 2018 Alumni

Our 2018 Cohort hailed from 16 universities in the Philippines (38% from NCR, 50% outside NCR, 8% Visayas, 4% Mindanao).
*The names with asterisks are our inaugural participants in the Public School Teacher Pathways.

  • Mariel Danica Abareta

  • Maryanne Abog

  • Trisha Agan

  • Reymart Alo

  • Mark Patrick Atabay

  • Mark Lee Babaran

  • Reinald Jay Belen

  • Michelle Binwag

  • Decaterina Candelaria

  • Ramil Chua

  • Jenny Rose Clemente

  • Precious Joy Dada

  • Juvylyn dela Cruz*

  • Kimberly Dela Cruz

  • Shiena Joy Demesa

  • Jake Destacamento

  • Johanna Marie Drece

  • Ethenel Escasura*

  • Raymond Estrella

  • Carol Justine Estudillo

  • Lance Calvin Gamboa

  • Kyle Justin Geroche

  • Princess Rhonalla Godoy

  • Joana Marie Iglesia*

  • Ramel Jaylo

  • Nadine Kwan Laurel

  • Ednalyn Lebrino

  • Cecille June Malones

  • Caissa Mae Manamtam

  • Concepcion Martin

  • Clarisse Muyco

  • Kimberly Shayne Ocbina

  • Jesson Ordaneza

  • Joshua Caleb Pacleta

  • Jonalyn Pattalitan

  • John Cedric Pineda

  • Lou Samantha Platon

  • Jufeel Pulvosa

  • Rose Marie Jane Rementina

  • Jodie Sanvictores

  • Richmond Seladores

  • Gabriel Maria Tibayan

  • Raginne Yanez

  • Rebekah Issa Yang

  • Princess Marie Zamudio

Our 2017 Alumni

Our 2017 Cohort hailed from 25 universities in the Philippines (71% from NCR, 7% outside NCR, 2% Visayas, 2% Mindanao).

Our 2016 Alumni

Our 2016 Cohort hailed from 26 universities in the Philippines (55% NCR, 22% outside NCR, 2% Visayas, 18% Mindanao). Of the 44 Teacher Fellows, 3 are assigned to teach in Quezon City, 9 in Marikina City, 8 in Pasig City, 10 in Navotas City, 4 in Malolos, Bulacan, and 10 in Biñan, Laguna.

Our 2015 Alumni

Our 2015 Cohort hailed from 20 universities in the Philippines (65% Luzon, 5% Visayas, 24% Mindanao). Of the 34 Teacher Fellows who completed the Fellowship, 24 were assigned to teach in Quezon City, 3 in Navotas City, 2 in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, 2 in Cagayan de Oro, and 3 in Siargao, Surigao del Norte.

Our 2014 Alumni

Our 2014 Cohort hailed from 22 universities in the Philippines (72% NCR, 15% Outside NCR, 10% Mindanao). Of the 40 Teacher Fellows who completed the Fellowship, 2 were assigned to teach in Quezon City, 10 in Mandaluyong City, 16 in Marikina City, and 5 in Navotas City, and 7 in Biñan, Laguna.

Our 2013 Alumni

Our inaugural 2013 cohort hailed from 19 different universities (84% NCR, 4% outside NCR, 2% Visayas, 2% Mindanao, 8% from the US). All 49 of them were assigned to teach in 10 public schools across Quezon City.

Placement Areas

We go where we are needed. Teach for the Philippines is honored to be working with the following placement partners for its core leadership programs: the Fellowship Program, the Public School Teacher Pathways Program and the Ambassadors Program. It is because of the progressive leadership in these placement areas that our Teacher Fellows, Teacher Leaders, and Alumni Ambassadors continue to thrive in our shared work Para Sa Bata at Para Sa Bayan.


Fellowship & Public School Teacher Pathways Program Placements

  • Region I - Ilocos Region: Batac, Ilocos Norte (2 schools)
  • Region II - Cagayan Valley: Cauayan, Isabela (2 schools)
  • Region III - Central Luzon: Camiling, Tarlac (1 school)
  • Region IVA- MIMAROPA: Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro (1 school)

Fellowship & Public School Teacher Pathways Program Placements

  • Makati City (8 schools)
  • Quezon City (2 schools)

Ambassador Program Placements

  • DepEd Central Office 
  • Office of Representative Kiko Benitez
  • Office of Senator Sherwin Gatchalian
  • Second Congressional Commission on Education (EDCOM2)

Fellowship & Public School Teacher Pathways Program Placements

  • Region VII - Western Visayas: Himamaylan, Negros Occidental (4 schools); Victorias, Negros Occidental (3 schools)
  • Region VIII - Eastern Visayas: Calubian, Leyte (1 school); Tacloban, Leyte (3 schools); Villaba, Leyte (1 school)


Our Institutional Champions

(For SY 2023-2024)

Teach for the Philippines maintains a diverse portfolio of funders. The program is supported by private and public sectors, multi-lateral agencies, local government units, and members of the national government.

We remain grateful to these private individuals, organizations, and corporations who believe in Teach for the Philippines and make our work possible by sharing their expertise, time, and generous support.

Our Ambassador Placements

Our Organizational & Training Partners

Our Allies

To make access to quality education a reality for all Filipino children, Teach for the Philippines works closely with ally organizations whom we deeply believe in, support, and share a purpose that is #parasabata at #parasabayan.

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Careers in Teach for the Philippines

Teach for the Philippines also looks for driven and committed professionals to join our growing team at headquarters.


Below are current non-teaching opportunities available at Teach for the Philippines. We only accept applications through the online Staff Application Form, which can be accessed here.


As direct managers of Teach for the Philippines’ Teacher Fellows, they regularly coach and monitor competency development, performance, and leadership growth through check-ins, observation-debrief cycles, and school group meetings. As professional managers, LDMs are responsible for cultivating a strong and effective professional relationship with Teacher Fellows, providing individualized support both in technical and soft skills, and building mindsets to ensure that Teacher Fellows are successful inside and outside of the classroom. As the first point of contact between Teacher Fellows and the organization, LDMs help Teacher Fellows who are deployed across the country with integration into their school communities, and in reinforcing the culture of the organization. LDMs are passionate team players and skilled intercultural communicators. An enjoyment of field work is a must– travel throughout the Philippines is required. Full job description here.


The Digital Media Associate plays a pivotal role in implementing digital media strategies to enhance the organization’s online presence, engage its audiences, and amplify its impact. This role will work closely with other internal teams to ensure alignment with overall communications and marketing objectives, with a strong focus on content creation and storytelling. As such, the individual required for this position should have a strong understanding of digital media platforms, content creation, analytics, and collaboration. Full job description here.


We’re always interested to meet individuals interested in nation building through education. Tell us about yourself by submitting an application and selecting “other” under position—we can explore opportunities together.


We do not take email applications or hand-written letters. All applications must be done through our website using the Staff Application Form. For specific inquiries about staff positions, not already covered in the job description, please send at email at humanassets@teachforthephilippines.org with your question in the subject line.

To the best of our abilities, we try to complete the admissions process for staff within 42 days.

In Teach for the Philippines, we encounter a lot of experienced professionals and graduate students who are passionate about what we do and possess a diverse skill set that can tremendously benefit the organization, but can only commit part-time. At the moment, we do not have any opportunities available for part-time staff.

To stay informed of future opportunities and openings, please revisit this page.

Civic Engagement Program

Our internship program will give you the experience and exposure in the fields of social and startup entrepreneurship, education research, and non-profit organization management. Expect to work in a dynamic entrepreneurial environment and do your part in improving the Philippine system of education. What we need is someone who can become a bridge from the school to the organization or from network to network. It is important for us to note from the very beginning that the organization offers this opportunity on a purely voluntary basis; we also do not cover for housing or airfare. The minimum length of stay for a Teach for the Philippines intern is 1 month.


While our Civic Engagement Program is designed primarily for undergraduates, we also accommodate individuals with various work and academic credentials. Secondary school students, as well as experienced professionals and graduate school students are welcome to apply to our civic engagement program. Teach for the Philippines believes that qualified, motivated, and committed individuals of different collegiate or professional backgrounds should have the chance to further our movement.

Your course of study does not preclude you from this program. As with our Fellowship, we will gladly accept students from various fields, so long as the applicants are deemed qualified and can work with us for 1 month or longer.


  • For our Civic Engagement Program, exact start and end dates are fixed on an individual basis, so we can help tailor a program that suits your schedule and our schedule best. You will be reporting to work at our office in Makati.
  • Standard hours are from 8 AM to 5 PM, though we’re more about the work you do than the time you spend in the office.
  • Having your own laptop is a must.
  • Aspiring candidates who do not hold residence in Metro Manila are required to satisfy their own housing and travel requirements for the duration of the internship.
  • Due to limitations in resources, we will only be able to accommodate a maximum of 5 to 6 interns at any time. What’s more, summer periods (both US and Philippine summers) are especially in-demand. We handle applications on a first-come, first-served basis, so we recommend that you get started early!

For more information about working in the Philippines, click here.

The Civic Engagement Program Application process is as follows:

  1. Online Application – We do not take email applications or hand-written letters. All applications must be done through our website, through the link below. You will get to specify your track preference in your application.
  2. First Form Review and Phone Interview – Your application will be reviewed thoroughly. Should you move forward in the application process, you can expect a phone interview from a member of the team.
  3. Presentation to Function Lead – Your application and the information collected over the phone will be presented to the function lead of your preference.
  4. Response from the organization.


Click on the tabs to check your eligibility for the Civic Engagement Program.

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Within our Civic Engagement Program, our graduate and undergraduate tracks are designed to have you focus on 1 of 4 primary tracks:

  1. TFP Campus Leaders
  2. Marketing and Events
  3. Training and Development
  4. Business Development

Each track forms the basis of the core projects you will be working on during your stay (minimum of 1-month stay), though expect to also handle projects in other functional areas. Whichever track you choose, interns report directly to one of the organization’s function leads and are treated, given deadlines, and expected to compose themselves like a young professional. In return for their hard work and commitment, interns can expect to play an involved, relevant, and respected role on the team.

Note: Teach for the Philippines can take a maximum of 5 interns in 1 month and we accept interns from the Philippines and abroad. At this time, the organization is unable to subsidize airfare or housing.

1. Teach for the Philippines Campus Leaders

TFP Campus Leaders represent the Recruitment Team in school events like job fairs, career fairs, or with recruitment’s supervision, may come up with their own events which include but are not limited to info sessions, leadership workshops, and university-exclusive open house events, among others. As a TFP Campus Leader, you will help by:

  • Identifying eligible college seniors per campus
  • Engaging potential Fellow Candidates
  • Expanding our on-ground network of education advocates
  • Being the go-to person in your campus for events/partnerships relating to education and leadership development, in 2 years’ time

Minimum qualifications:

  • You are an undergraduate college student in the process of obtaining a bachelor's degree
  • You are a member of at least one campus organization or has significant affiliations
  • You are looking for opportunity to build campus presence and develop your leadership capabilities


  • Free professional development training sessions (eg, training on public speaking, community engagement, relationship building)
  • Public school classroom immersions
  • Representation allowance

2. Marketing and Events Track

We’re proud of what we do here at Teach for the Philippines, and our story’s one we’d love you to help us tell, but we believe in doing it in a smart and systematic manner. As a Marketing and Communications intern, you’ll be working on the following:

  • Executing and giving input on our core marketing and communications strategy
  • Inputting on the core strategy and making it relevant to today’s youth
  • Planning, executing, and attending the plentiful and varied events of Teach for the Philippines, thereby sharpening your skills for organization and people management, and expanding your network
  • Innovating an integrated marketing communications campaign which you may get the chance to see go live

Minimum qualifications:

  • You possess or are in the process of obtaining a bachelor’s degree
  • You have a current GPA of at least 3.0/4.0 or equivalent

Preferred qualifications:

  • You have a passion for community development and/or education
  • You possess a strong sense of civic responsibility and innovative entrepreneurial drive
  • You are driven by a need to tell great stories
  • You have an appreciation for understanding audiences and user experiences

3. Training and Development Track

At Teach for the Philippines, we are committed to designing a Transformational Leadership Continuum that is well-informed and grounded by data we gather from our work. As a Training and Development intern, you help do that through the following:

  • Gathering data to create and update student and teacher profiles
  • Testing whether predetermined standards for achievement based on the Transformational Teaching model are supported by the experiences of our Teacher Fellows on the ground
  • Researching education policies and teaching strategies that work within and outside the Teach For All network to use as testable models locally
  • Building our electronic resource library and organizing it to maximize utility for support staff and Fellows

Minimum qualifications:

  • You possess or are in the process of obtaining a bachelor’s degree
  • You have a current GPA of at least 3.0/4.0 or equivalent

Preferred qualifications:

  • You have a demonstrated passion for community development and/or education
  • You possess a strong sense of civic responsibility and innovative entrepreneurial drive
  • You have prior research experience in the field
  • You are thorough and meticulous in data gathering and synthesis

4. Business Development

Business development is the creation of long-term value for an organization as it relates to stakeholders, markets, and key relationships. Curious to learn more? Check this out! Better yet, join our team!

  • Explore alternative funding models
  • Create a methodology to screen promising future business plans
  • Create a marketing landscape analysis to understand donor behavior in the Philippines and abroad
  • Understand laws and impacts on the education landscape

Minimum qualifications:

  • You possess or are in the process of obtaining a bachelor’s degree in business, economics, or a related field
  • You have a current GPA of at least 3.0/4.0 or equivalent
  • You have a passion for community development and/or education
  • Creative, out-of-the-box thinking, entrepreneurial
  • You are driven by a need to tell great stories
  • You have an appreciation for understanding audiences and user experience


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Our high school student requirements fall within the same parameters as those that apply to undergraduate students, with a few differences:

  • As a general rule, you will be working with us for a minimum of 1 month
  • As per definition, you don’t need to be in the process of obtaining a bachelor’s degree, though you do have to maintain an equivalent GPA—for 100-based grading systems, you should maintain an average of 90



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Fellowship Program

Looking for other ways to help build the nation through education while developing your leadership potential?

Read more about the Fellowship Program here.

Contact Us

Teach for the Philippines, Inc.
Paseo de Roxas corner Benavidez Street
Makati City, 1229 Philippines
(632) 8808.8837

For inquiries about the Fellowship program, please email
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