The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has given an update on the advertised 10,300 teacher internship posts for Primary and Secondary Schools. According to the Commission, the lists of shortlisted applicants has been dispatched to all counties.
“Applicants are advised that interviews shall be conducted at the county TSC offices. A list of applicants have been sent to each county,” reads a memo dated November 7, 2019 from Catherine Lenairoshi; of TSC Corporate Communications Office.
According to instructions on the memo, the shortlisted Candidates are required to carry the following to the interviews; whose dated will be announced in due course:
i. A valid certificate of Good conduct
ii. A valid personal accident cover
iii. National ID card
iv. Disability card if any
v. Two passport size photographs
vi. KCSE certificate
vii. KCPE certificate
viii. Diploma / degree certificate and Transcripts
ix. Primary/secondary or college leaving certificate
x. Kra pin
xi. Bank plate
On 8th October, 2019, the Teachers Service Commission advertised for 10,300 teacher internship posts for Primary and Secondary Schools. Of the 10,300 teacher internship posts 4,300 posts are for Primary Schools and 6,000 posts for Secondary Schools. The applicants were required to make their applications online.
In addition to the above requirements, successful Interns shall be required to produce:
A valid Certificate of Good Conduct:
National Identity Card (ID) or copy of passport and a copy of KRA PIN Certificate:
Two (2) coloured passport size photographs
Teacher Registration Certificate.
Duration of internship
The Internship period will be twelve (12) months.
This is not a remunerative position. However, interns will be entitled to payment of a monthly stipend of Kshs 15,000 for Secondary School Teacher interns and Ksh 10,000 for Primary School Teacher Inters. This stipend is subject to statutory deductions where applicable)