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Volunteer, Intern, and Job Opportunities

Asante Africa Foundation is an organization that is 60 volunteers strong. Our US office in Oakland, California hosts a number of local volunteers, but the team extends to virtual members all across the United States, Africa, and beyond.
The organization carries the tradition of being heavily volunteer-operated to this day and welcomes help from a wide range of people at any time of the year. See details of USA based volunteer roles below.

If you would like to apply for a volunteer or paid position please review the position below and then fill out a volunteer/job application form or contact us

Asante Africa Foundation does not charge money at any stage of our employment process in any country - Kenya, Tanzania, or USA.

Every volunteer is important and key to our success.

From our high school student volunteers in the Bay area who fundraise at their schools to our International volunteers, who help contribute to our website and proactively raise awareness. We all share one simple goal: the power of knowledge as a catalyst to help young people create a future where they can live their potential. Asante Africa Foundation would not be where we are today without our amazing volunteers!

Volunteer in East Africa

We team with local communities in the countries where we work to become active in the planning and implementation of their projects and as such, Asante Africa Foundation does not offer volunteer opportunities for overseas placements. We do team with a volunteer hostel who can provide in country based opportunities. Ujamaa Hostel - a volunteer hostel located in Arusha, Tanzania that provides fun, safe, budget accommodations where you can meet like-minded people and spend time volunteering.

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Volunteer stories from our blog

Volunteer Spotlight – Sophie

I started to volunteer for Asante Africa Foundation nearly 2 years ago while I was pregnant. I wanted to be involved with an organization outside of my family and children. Volunteering is extremely important to me. I have been fortunate to have been given so much in life and believe
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Volunteer Spotlight: Amrit

I work for a company that strongly believes in giving back to the community, and I am always looking for opportunities to help in any way I can. One of the causes I really care for is education. Being a son of two teachers, I know how important education is and how it can change one’s
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Volunteer Appreciation Blog Post: Katherine’s Story

By Enrie Legaspi The newest addition to the volunteer highlight series is Katherine Blandon. She is a Colombian native who, after an internship with Asante Africa Foundation, decided to stay as a volunteer and continue to help with additional projects. Her internship also helped her l
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