Volunteer Application Form

Enrollment in iAPP Phase 2

All volunteers who would like to participate in phase 2 of our Iduka African Pilot Project (iAPP), must apply by filling out this online form.

Background information on Phase 2

Our focus during this phase is to raise the necessary funds to invest in our various scholarship initiatives, ranging from promoting careers in education to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics); girl’s education to education of ethnic minorities and refugees.

To more effectively accomplish this task, the Executive Committee responsible for coordinating and implementing this pilot project has created six committees, including the Student and Community Outreach Committee which is responsible for the Iduka Student Volunteer Internship Program (iSVIP) that helped us get started during phase 1.

We are now broadening the ownership of our project and actively recruiting highly skilled individuals to help us to accomplish our goals and objectives. We need volunteers to assume leadership positions in various areas of information technology, fund raising, strategic planning, and marketing/communications. If you feel your abilities, interests, and level of influence can be put to work to protect and advance higher education in Africa, please take a few minutes to fill out the form below.

 

 

Join the Iduka team!

 

 

 

Volunteer Application Form

Thank you for joining our team!

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3 Responses to “Volunteer Application Form”

  1. Emmanuel Ametepey March 12, 2011 at 2:02 pm #

    This initiative by Iduka to provide micro finance for underprivileged students is highly recommended. Access to quality education is a basic human right but only the rich enjoys this right. The disparities between students in rural communities and their conterparts in cities and from good families are overwhelming. It is sad to see a brilliant student ending up on the street as a result of not being able to fund his/her college education. May God sustain this initiative to bring hope and smile to the many needy students in Ghana and around the world.

  2. emmanuel June 27, 2011 at 3:16 pm #

    With the rising poverty in Africa, education funds from IDUKA will go along way in helping the underprivileged in the society,long live IDUKA,long live Miguel.

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