World Computer Exchange has an incredible network of volunteers. Dubbed the "Green Geek Squad" by The Boston Globe, our 800+ volunteers are motivated and passionate about our work, lending their time and expertise to bring 21st century opportunities to youth in 77 developing countries.
And it doesn't matter how old you are. Raffi is one of our volunteers who donated his time to refurbish computers as well as his Bar Mitzvah money to help send computers to Togo. Read more about Raffi.
On campuses, at our collection centers or working online with our Partners, volunteers help us with fund raising, press, gathering and refurbishing computers, organize projects for our sister-schools programs, recruit others to help out and much more.
Interested in volunteering? We are always looking for highly motivated people to get involved at all levels of WCE.
First -- Fill out our volunteer form. This way we can match your interests and skills with available volunteer opportunities. You'll be automatically put on our volunteer email list as well as subscribed to our enewsetter so you'll be up on the latest news about WCE.
Next -- Check out some of the ways volunteers help WCE.
You can find information about the roles within WCE Chapters by checking out the Chapter nearest you to see other volunteer opportunities.
You can also play an important role online. Interested in providing online help to our Partners? Volunteer as a Development Officer or as a tech resource providing online support in technology, entrepreneurial telecentre management, and content development. Contact us about the online support roles available with WCE.
Development Officer, Regional Manager, Communications Specialist, Grants Writer, Social Media Specialist our Volunteer form and let you know about your interests.
Travel for World Computer Exchange
Through our eCorps program you can be part of one of our volunteer service learning trips. Right now we have 4 trips planned - and one might be right for you! We also have opportunities for individuals traveling to one of the 43 countries that received computers from WCE.
Intern with World Computer Exchange
Every year, WCE has a limited number of internships for graduate students with strong skills in grantsmanship, marketing and public relations, and computer programming.
Make and Introduction
Do you have connections within a corporation, foundation or individual that might be interested in supporting our work? If so, be sure to include this information in the Volunteer Form.
Help out at a Chapter event
WCE chapters organize events and rely on the support of volunteers for their success. If there is a Chapter in your area, chapter leaders will be in touch via email for any potential volunteer opportunities.
Start a Chapter
No chapter in your area? Are you interested in a long-term volunteer commitment to World Computer Exchange and looking to start a chapter? Find out more about starting a chapter by filling out the our Volunteer form.
Organize a Fundraising Appeal or Event
Are you running a marathon, taking a bike trip or crisscrossing the country and want to raise money for World Computer Exchange? Instead of gifts for your birthday, bar mitzvah or wedding, are you asking guests to make donations to WCE? Let us know by filling out our fundraising/event form. Sponsor@worldcomputerexchange.org
Organize a program at your school
Organizing a program at your school is a way for students, teachers and their communities to help World Computer Exchange bring access to 21st century education where it is needed the most. Here are some great ideas to get started or your school can get involved in one of our Exchange programs. Contact us for more information Schoolprograms@worldcomputerexchange.org