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Are some subject areas more in demand than others?

Yes! Australia suffers from the greatest shortage of teachers in areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics—with maths and physics the most in-demand teaching subjects in schools. If you are qualified to teach a humanities subject, there is less demand. If you have humanities learning areas, we strongly recommend you speak to our Recruitment team about your regional flexibility and potentially upskilling (which is easier than you think!).


Do you just teach secondary students, or is it primary school too?

We currently only place our Associates in secondary schools.

What are learning areas?

Learning areas are the subject areas you are eligible to teach in based on your prior academic study.

Find out more about learning area requirements here.

Where will I be placed?

We place Associates exclusively in schools serving low socioeconomic communities, working in the regions and communities that need the most support. We currently operate in Victoria, Western Australia, Tasmania, the Northern Territory, South Australia, and NSW. If you receive an offer to join the program, you will be invited to share your location preferences with us – but the more flexible you are, the more likely we will be able to successfully find a placement.

When do applications close?

Applications for Cohort 2023 are now closed. To keep up to date about future offerings of the Future Leaders Program register your interest here.

Express your interest

The easiest way to get in touch is to fill out our express your interest form

The form will ask you for basic details so we can check your eligibility for the program and then direct your query to a recruiter in your region.

If you’re eligible, we’ll be in touch within one business day.

Contact our recruitment and advocacy team

You can contact us directly via email.