Want to support educate.‘s work and develop your skills? Join our team! We have groups of volunteers who work in specific areas both in Honduras and in Amsterdam. To learn more about how our teams are structured, see our team page.

We are also open to students who want to do internships with us for university credit.


Amsterdam Team vacancies:

Grant Writer: Do you enjoy writing and do you have a background and/or keen interest in international development? We are looking for passionate, detail-oriented individuals to help us research, find and put together grant applications that can help take our work in Honduras to the next level.

Social Media Manager: In the role of a Social Media Manager you will take the lead on managing educate.‘s social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter)! We use social media to share the stories from our work in Honduras, such as about the progress of our scholarship students, the way a school library is being used since its inauguration, or the impact of our leadership trainings at the educate. Youth Center. To share these stories accurately and authentically, you will be in touch with our Projects team to receive information straight from our communities in Honduras (speaking Spanish is therefore a big plus!).

Finance Operations Lead: To manage our growth, we are looking for a Finance Operations Lead to help us implement robust financial systems, including for international payments, accounting, and annual financial reporting. The right candidate should have clear systematic thinking and an interest in financial management.

Legal Advisor: We are seeking someone with a legal background who can support us in developing an effective legal structure to effectively manage our growth in the long-term.

Honduras vacancies:

We accept applications for long-term volunteer and internship positions in Honduras (minimum 5 months) from qualified applicants in education, international development or similar on a rolling basis. Speaking at least conversational Spanish is a must.