FAQs

How do I become a volunteer?

Volunteer applications are accepted on a rolling basis and can be submitted here. Applications are reviewed and successful applicants will be contacted directly by an implementing partner.  Volunteers are intended to be experts in their represented fields and are mostly mid-senior level professionals. Fluency in another language other than English and/or travel experience outside of the U.S.  are not required. 

What professional experience do volunteers have?

Volunteers have a wide-range of professional experience and enjoy sharing their skills by teaching others. From experience in business and accounting to vocational expertise, volunteers from the private and public sector are welcome. 

Is there financial investment needed by the volunteer?

All volunteer financial expenses including travel, meals, and lodging during the two-week assignment are provided by the United States Government through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

How long is a volunteer assignment?

Volunteer assignments are two weeks in length and are coordinated with your implementing partner

Can I volunteer in any country?

Avaliable countries for volunteer assignments are listed here.  

My company would like to become an implementer, how can we learn more?

Thank you for your interest, please contact us here.