TIE Secondary STEM Paid Internship
TIE STEM internships
Trinity Institute of Education is part of Trinity Multi Academy Trust. Trinity is pleased to inform you that we are offering a summer 4-week STEM paid internship.
Who are STEM internships for?
If you’re an undergraduate in your penultimate year of a STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths-related subjects) degree and think you may want to teach secondary maths or physics, then a STEM paid internship could be ideal for you.
Tell me more about the STEM internship programme
The internship is a 4-week teaching observation, training and development programme that takes place in June and July, after your exams. You will:
- work with the TIE and its secondary school partners learning the art of teaching the STEM subjects with outstanding practitioners
- study teaching theory and pedagogical strategies
- observe STEM teaching
- develop your communication and presentation skills
- tutor pupils
- work towards delivering a lesson of your own.
As an intern, you will be paid £1200 for the 4-week programme.
To apply, you must be a STEM undergraduate in the penultimate year of your degree and with good A level grades in maths (and physics if this is your chosen subject).
What happens after the internship?
If your internship confirms your interest in teaching, we will offer you a careers adviser who will help you when applying for scholarships and bursaries of up to £30,000 (tax-free) for your teacher training. We will also guarantee to interview you for a training place at TIE.
Want to find out more about STEM paid internships?
Find and complete our expression of interest form.
Want to find out more about the schools involved with the STEM paid internship?
The STEM paid internship is run by Trinity Multi Academy Trust. The three MAT schools involved in the STEM programme are Trinity Academy in Halifax, Trinity Academy Sowerby Bridge and Trinity Academy Cathedral in Wakefield. For more information on Trinity MAT and our three MAT schools, click the links below.