Thank you for your interest in career opportunities with Africare, one of the most experienced development organizations working on the continent.
With over 1,200 engaged employees operating in 16 African countries, we are committed to working in partnership with local governments and communities to help them build sustainable, healthy and productive futures. Africare is also a leading voice on African development and policy issues.
Africare is constantly searching for the perfect mix of new college talent and seasoned professionals to join our staff, to add to our superior technical expertise and to support our mission to improve the quality of life in Africa.
Africare is an equal opportunity employer and, in compliance with federal, state and/or city laws, does not discriminate in employment based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital status or disability. Minorities are encouraged to apply.
The Africare Internship Program is a 10 to 12 week program at Africare House in Washington, D.C. from June – August. The program is open to full-time or part-time undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students depending upon the opening. Positions are unpaid with a flexible schedule of up to 40 hours per week, and academic credit is available. Applicants must have excellent writing, research and Microsoft Office skills. Unfortunately, the window for summer 2015 applications is now closed. Information for summer 2016 internships will be posted next spring.
At this time, Africare does not offer volunteer opportunities outside of the immediate Washington, D.C., area. Nor do we offer volunteer opportunities on the African continent.
If you are still interested in volunteering with Africare’s local D.C.-area initiatives, please fill out our registration form here.
If you are interested in other ways to support our mission, perhaps fundraising on behalf of Africare may best suit you. Feel free to visit our online fundraising and community fundraising pages for more information.
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