Excalibur Teaching School is offering an exciting internship programme in Summer 2019 for undergraduates who are studying STEM-related degrees and who may be interested in teaching Maths or Physics in a secondary school in the future.
The paid internship programme is based at St John’s Marlborough, and placements will be at St John’s and other schools in the area.
The programme is funded by the DfE and offers undergraduates a range of valuable work experiences including:
- running Research & Development projects
- developing presentation and communication skills
- networking with professionals
- learning about the role of the teacher in a secondary school
We’ll talk to interns about the opportunities to train as a teacher, but we are also keen to recruit STEM degree students who have not considered a teaching career. The internships provide valuable work experience which is translatable into other careers, enabling students to gain confidence and giving them the edge in the job market. More importantly, the four-week programme offers an unforgettable life experience.
- The internship will run for 4 weeks from 17 June – 12 July 2019.
- Interns will be paid £300 per week for the 4 week programme, a total of £1,200.
Who can apply?
Priority will be given to students currently completing their penultimate year at university, and who are studying Maths, Physics or Engineering. Applications from undergraduates studying other STEM subjects, or in other years, including students graduating in Summer 2019 will also be considered.
How to apply
If you’re interested in applying for a paid STEM Internship at St John’s Marlborough in June/July 2019, email AdminTSA@stjohns.excalibur.org.uk and we’ll send you an application form.
The internship programme is funded by the DfE and is running at schools across England. You can find out more about the programme and about other providers here: