Internship and volunteer program

Dreams in Africa is looking for motivated, adventurous students/ graduates with a Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree, who would like to share and practice their attained knowledge, skills and experience in a developing country for a longer period of time!

LGA front flyerWe work hand in hand with Community Development Internship & Volunteer Agency; Let’s Go Africa. They link students and professionals to sustainable developing projects throughout Africa and arrange the necessary preparation, guidance and supervision based on personal living and work experience in Africa. Check out the current vacancies for all educational backgrounds in Ghana and other project countries in Southern and East Africa on the website!

It is specifically about the following in Ghana:
–          Students, (just) graduates and professionals with a social and/or educational background of; College of Education, (Child-)Psychology, Pedagogics, Social Work, Creative Therapy and/or other social and education related, Marketing and Engineering studies;
–          Internship, Bachelor/Master thesis (research) and/or place to gain more working experience for a few months (period of time: ± 3- 12 months);
–          Working and/or doing research in local development organizations in Ghana;
–        Supervision and guidance from a Pedagogue, Educationalist and Behavioral Therapist (MSc.) and Social Worker (BSc.) with several years of working experience in The Netherlands and developing countries (Ghana, South Africa and Botswana).

Download here the Let’s Go Ghana Information Brochure 2020 for all the information about the program and the possibilities.

Interested? Send an e-mail attached with your C.V. to: or

Why we believe in community development work through internships and volunteer work at (small scale) local projects in Africa:

The community development internship and volunteer programs of Let’s Go Africa connects people from Europe, Canada, and the United States with local projects/development organizations in Africa. With this program, one works on stimulation of development on micro, medium and macro levels.

Micro level:
The personal development (self-image, confidence and social skills etc.) of the volunteer is stimulated because he or she challenges him or herself by temporarily leaving his or her comfort zone, crossing borders, exploring new territories and learning to live independently in a different (culture) world. This requires the volunteer to have flexibility, adaptability and tolerance.

Medium level:
The program will support the development and empowerment of people in underdeveloped, rural areas by giving practical help and financial support to local development projects.

Macro level:
We work together for a better world and future perspective, through intercultural/international networks and transferring knowledge across the world. We intend to make people aware of the connection between different cultures, countries, and continents and the influence (good and bad) we have on each other. People are stimulated to look further than their own country and learn to be more involved and responsible with the underdeveloped world.


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