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Man seeking TSC job kneels before CS Machogu

A heartfelt plea unfolds as a man kneels before CS Machogu, seeking a life-changing Teachers Service Commission appointment.

Education CS Ezekiel Machogu

In the midst of the mournful farewell to Nyamaiya Ward Member of County Assembly (MCA) Elijah Osiemo, a remarkable interlude unfolded, a scene that interwove determination, desperation, and destiny in an unexpected display.

As the speeches and tributes flowed in honor of the departed, a man's resolve surged to the forefront.

In a daring rush towards the podium where Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu stood, the man's actions etched a daring chapter in the unfolding narrative of the funeral.

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Kneeling before the dignitary, surrounded by grief-stricken onlookers, the man's plea was as earnest as it was unprecedented.

The juxtaposition of his plea against the backdrop of the sombre occasion created a moment of stark contrast, where hope and heartache converged.

Machogu's rhetorical question cut through the air, a question that lingered long after its utterance: "Hasn't the young man fought for himself? Isn't that a good fight?"

Per accounts that surfaced, the man who had boldly stepped into the spotlight was subsequently handed correspondence by the Education Cabinet Secretary.

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The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has invited applications from qualified candidates to fill 20, 000 teacher internship posts.

According to the announcement by TSC, 18,000 of the vacancies are in junior secondary schools and 2,000 in primary Schools to support the implementation of the Competency-Based Curriculum.

The Teacher Internship Programme is a one-year programme and targets unemployed registered teachers to be assigned to learning institutions where their teaching experience will be enhanced through mentorship, coaching and exposure to practical teaching experience.

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Teacher interns attached to primary schools will be eligible for a monthly stipend of Sh15,000, while those attached to junior secondary schools will be eligible for a monthly stipend of Sh20,000.

TSC said that the deadline for the applications is July 18.

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All interested candidates were required to make online applications through the official website tsc.go.ke under the Careers tab or visit teachersonline.tsc.go.ke.

To qualify for recruitment, a candidate should meet the following minimum requirements:

i) Be a Kenyan citizen;

ii) Must be a holder of at least a diploma in education with a minimum mean Grade of C+ (plus) and C+ (plus) in two teaching Subjects in KCSE or its equivalent.

iii) Must be a registered teacher with the Teachers Service Commission.

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Teachers from TVET institutions are encouraged to apply.

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