Help Educate is seeking RPCVs to take over three positions with the organization. The positions include program coordinator, finance and operations officer, and development director.

For PCVs transitioning out of service or for RPCVs looking to reconnect with their country of service, this could be the perfect opportunity for you to continue having an impact on the country we all called home for two years.

Application Process: Submit your resume and a cover letter describing your interest in this position to David Metres at dmetres@helpeducate.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until October 1, 2016.

The organization is always looking for enthusiastic people to help with fundraising and getting the word out about Help Educate. If you are interested in getting involved, please email David Metres at dmetres@helpeducate.org.

About the organization: Help Educate was founded and is managed by former Peace Corps Volunteers and adheres to the principles of sustainable, localized development. The idea for the nonprofit came about in 2003 when one Peace Corps Volunteer conducted a community needs assessment with his youth group in the farming community of El Jícaro, in northern Nicaragua. The students overwhelmingly prioritized university scholarships as their greatest need. 

In December of 2007, Help Educate was recognized as a 501(c)(3) Public Charity, allowing us to accept tax deductible donations.

Help Educate’s founding members are former Peace Corps Volunteers who lived and worked in Nicaraguan communities for two years. From Peace Corps, we learned the power of community and volunteer driven development. Humbled and inspired by the perseverance, generosity, and depth of knowledge of the Nicaraguans we worked with, we work to give the tool of higher education to students who will drive their communities forward.

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