Yes, you will need a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from your institution for travel if you are selected for the TEA program.
One hundred candidates from all across Pakistan will be selected to participate in the TEA program. These participants will travel to the United States in different cohorts.
The TEA program is a six-week long fully sponsored professional exchange program to be held at the University of Nebraska, Omaha (UNO) in the United States.
No, you are not allowed to take dependents on this program.
A foundation school is funded by the central government through the local education authority and does not charge any fees from the students. In addition to that, a Foundation school can also function under non-profit foundations, trusts etc.
No, you cannot apply for this program as it is only for in-service secondary level English language teachers of government and foundation schools.
In-service secondary level (6-10 class) English language teachers from the government or foundation schools can apply for this program.
Yes, you can apply. However, your main subject of teaching must be English.
Yes, you are eligible to apply for this program.
The interviews will be conducted virtually/in person.