Volunteering Opportunities

Our volunteer program operates under the Student and Community Outreach Committee. The program’s main goals are to reach out and engage students and the community at large in support of our Iduka Africa Pilot Project (iAPP).



The Iduka Student Volunteer Internship Program (iSVIP) is perfect for students, either currently attending higher levels of high school or currently enrolled in institutions of post-secondary or tertiary education.

Iduka will use this program to screen the most qualified interns to create the student portfolios used to go after funding.

All student interns who successfully complete their six-month internship will receive a Certificate of Participation. The most dedicated and valuable interns will also be awarded a Certificate of Excellence that can be useful when applying for scholarships.

To participate in the Iduka Student Volunteer Internship Program (iSVIP), please fill out this online form.


This program targets experienced and skilled individual who are willing to assume leadership roles in various committees and sub-committees. Here are some of the areas we need the most help at the current time:

  • Blogging
  • Copy-editing
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing
  • Grant Research
  • Special Events
  • Public Relations
  • Communications
  • Graphic Design
  • Web Design
  • Web Development
  • Translation
  • Online Support and Social Action Networking
  • Research and Data Entry
  • Training and Development
  • Field Partner Coordination

To participate in the Iduka Community Volunteer Internship Program (iCVIP), please fill out this online form.

Frequently Asked Questions


Please do not hesitate to contact us at volunteers @iduka.org if you need any further clarification or need additional information about our volunteer programs. Thank you in advance for your interest in our project!


4 Responses to “Volunteer!”

  1. emmanuel June 27, 2011 at 3:05 pm #

    Iduka, bravo. God bless you.


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