Turn to Teaching Internship Program, Second Intake Term 1, 2023, TeachQueensland

Turn to Teaching Internship Program, Second Intake Term 1, 2023, TeachQueensland

Queensland Government | Bilinga, QLD, AU

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Office of the Assistant Director-General
The Department of Education is currently seeking applications from aspiring teachers to join the Turn to Teaching Internship Program (TTT Program). Career changers who have completed an undergraduate degree in any other field will be provided with financial support while they complete their post-graduate studies in Initial Teacher Education.

Why apply?

Completing an internship in a Queensland Government state school ( ) will provide you with additional classroom experience while you study, building your confidence to step into the classroom in a permanent teaching role with the Department of Education. Additionally, you will be engaged in a supportive and diverse school community and have an opportunity to experience living and working in a rural or remote location.

Program benefits

Successful applicants will receive a scholarship payment of $, in their first year of post-graduate study and full-time paid employment in an internship position at a Queensland state school (with a reduced workload - %) while completing their second year of post-graduate study.

Eligibility for the TTT Program

To be eligible applicants must:

be eligible for enrolment in one of the following full-time postgraduate courses, for the intake:

- Master of Secondary Teaching ( ) or Master of Primary Teaching ( ) at Griffith University

- Master of Learning and Teaching (Secondary) ( ) or Master of Learning and Teaching (Primary) ( ) at the University of Southern Queensland

- Master of Teaching (Secondary) ( ) at Queensland University of Technology

be willing to undertake an internship at any state (primary or secondary) school in Queensland;
demonstrate commitment to teach in a Queensland state school in a ()priority subject area including Sciences, Design and Technologies (including Engineering), Mathematics, Languages, and Special Education and/or a () priority location upon completion of the program;
be an Australian citizen or have permanent residency status in Australia.

() specialisation in other subject areas not listed above such as primary, early childhood or other secondary subjects can apply, however, preference will be given to the priority subjects noted above

() Priority locations include rural and remote schools in Central Queensland ( ), Darling Downs-South West ( ), Far North ( ) or North Queensland ( ).