3 April 2017
Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program is conducted by United State-India Educational Foundation (USIEF) that brings excellent secondary level school teachers to the U.S. for a professional development opportunity. The main focus of the Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program is to promote mutual understanding between the nationals of India and the nationals of the US through the educational exchange of outstanding scholars, professionals and students.
|Application Deadline||3 April 2017|
|Paper screening of the application||Mid-end April 2017|
|TOEFL Testing/Interviews||Mid-May 2017|
|Notification of Finalists||September 2017|
|Pre-Departure Orientation Cohort I||December 2017|
|U.S. Program Dates Cohort I||Late January-March 2018|
|Pre-Departure Orientation Cohort II||July 2018|
|U.S. Program Dates Cohort II||September-November 2018|
|Class/ Age||Full time school teacher (class 6 to 12)|
|Details|| Applicants must:
The candidates selected for Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program will have an opportunity to avail the following facility:
Candidates are required to submit an online application along with the supporting documents not later than 3 April 2017. It is to be noted that there is only online application accepted by USIEF from the Indian applicants and no paper application will be accepted. An applicant can visit http://oas.irex.org/tea for online Application.
Guidelines for TEA 2017 Application Form
Institutional Support and Reference Form
TEA Fellows will be selected through a merit-based open competition based on the criteria below. Top candidates will be interviewed by an interview panel and must take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or equivalent English language examination or provide valid results from June or later.
Dr Gayatri Singhal, Indian Program Manager,
USIEF, New Delhi,
Phone: 011 4209 0949
Mr Sachin Nikarge, Program Manager,
USIEF Mumbai Regional Office, Mumbai,
Phone: 022 2262 4603