Since 1958, Project HOPE volunteers continue to make an impact all over the globe. We are a volunteer-valued organization offering quality international and domestic programs. With wide-ranging opportunities to use your expertise and compassion, you will be able to give back, improve the lives of those less fortunate, and truly make a difference in this increasingly complex, interconnected world.
Please be prepared to upload your resume and cover letter detailing why you want to volunteer with Project HOPE, and be ready to answer a few application questions. The entire process should take no more than 10-20 minutes.
What to expect once you have successfully submitted your application:
You will receive a confirmation email once we acquire your application.
Your application will be reviewed by our headquarters and field staff.
Once approved, we will contact you for an interview, and then we will work with you for credentials submission and background check.
Global Health, English Editor
Project HOPE is recruiting a volunteer to assist the CAR TB region with editing quarterly success stories for USAID, primarily to assist non-native speakers with English editing.
India- Nurse Volunteers
Recruiting US nurse volunteers to teach, train, build capacity and help strengthen the health care system in Andrej Pradesh, India at two sites: the NRI Academy of Sciences and the ASRAM Medical College Hospital.
Kosovo - US Medical Volunteers for Pristina Hospital
Volunteers will work within our Nursing Education Program. This program focuses on basic life support trainings and lectures to help advance the skills of the local healthcare professionals. All volunteers will be asked to teach Basic Life Support to the nurses and doctors they are working with. Our goal is to ensure everyone is trained in BLS. You will also be asked to teach other life saving techniques and lectures that are specific to your specialty.
Macedonia - U.S. Pediatric Nurse Volunteers
Project HOPE is now looking to enhance the capacity of the Pediatric Clinic Hospital in Skopje, Macedonia. The Nursing Exchange Training Program is designed to have Project HOPE nurses travel to mentor, train, and learn from the Macedonian nurses.