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TSC Announces Internships with Ksh 20K Monthly Stipend; Application Process

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TSC Announces Internships: The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has announced the availability of 20,000 intern teacher positions for both Junior Secondary Schools (18,000) and Primary Schools (2,000).

According to the commission’s job advert, the interns will be distributed across 47 counties, with Kitui County receiving the highest allocation of 758 intern teachers.

Those placed in primary schools will receive a monthly stipend of Ksh15,000, while those in Junior Secondary Schools will receive Ksh20,000.

The internship period will be 12 months for the financial year 2023/2024. The program aims to provide unemployed registered teachers with mentorship, coaching, and practical teaching experience.

TSC Announces Internships

TSC Announces Internships: How To Apply

To apply, interested candidates must make online applications through the official website tsc.go.ke under the Careers tab or visit teachersonline.tsc.go.ke. Manual submissions will not be considered.

Requirements for Junior Secondary School interns include being a Kenyan citizen, holding at least a Diploma in Education with a minimum mean Grade of C+ in two teaching subjects in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KSCE) or its equivalent, and being a registered teacher with the Teachers Service Commission.

Requirements for primary school teacher interns include being a Kenyan citizen, holding a PI certificate, and being registered with TSC. Candidates with an Upgrade Diploma in Primary Teacher Education (CBC) have an advantage.

Successful candidates must have Personal Accident Insurance to cover personal risks during the internship period.

Required documents include copies of the Teacher Registration Certificate from the TSC online portal, National Identity Card or passport, National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) card, Kenya Revenue Authority Personal Identification Number (KRA PIN), and two coloured passport-size photos.

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Candidates with disabilities should attach a copy of the National Council for Persons with Disability (NCPWD) where applicable.

Will the process be fair?

TSC emphasizes that the recruitment process is free and fair, and urges applicants to report any fraudulent activity to the nearest TSC office, Teachers Service Commission headquarters, or the nearest police station.

The deadline for submissions is July 18, 2023.


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