Volunteer

Volunteers are the heart of our organization. All of ARDC’s projects are supported by more than 120 dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers―helping transform our vision for the refugee and asylum seeker community in Israel into a reality.

There are countless volunteering opportunities, as described below, depending upon the number of hours per week and duration you can commit. If there is a particular position you are interested in, please download and fill in the form below and send with your CV to volunteer@ardc-israel.org.

Please note that all volunteer positions are unpaid and we do not provide accommodation. Please see the FAQs for living cost information.

 

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Current Volunteering Opportunities

Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities

The AAA team   Objective of the AAA Project: To ensure that asylum seekers in the State of Israel have greater opportunity to realise their human right to seek and enjoy asylum from persecution through promoting a fair and just asylum...
The AAA team   Objective of the AAA Project: To ensure that asylum seekers in the State of Israel have greater opportunity to realise their human right to seek and enjoy asylum from persecution through promoting a fair and just asylum...
The Asylum Application Assistance Team: The object of the project is to ensure that asylum seekers in the State of Israel have greater opportunity to realise their human right to seek and enjoy asylum from persecution through promoting a fair and...
The Asylum Application Assistance Team: The object of the project is to ensure that asylum seekers in the State of Israel have greater opportunity to realise their human right to seek and enjoy asylum from persecution through promoting a fair and...
The Refugee Education Center (REC) supports refugee and asylum seeker adults by providing access to educational programs. Our programs are designed to help those desiring to improve language and communication skills, and pursue higher education...
Limited Hebrew and English language skills keep refugees and asylum seekers from functioning independently in everyday life. Responding to this apparent need, ARDC opened the Refugee Education Center (REC) in January 2009. Our adult language...
We are accepting applications on a rolling basis as the positions becoming available throughout the year. We have tutoring needs for both adults and children, however the biggest demand is for adults.  You can have a book provided for you or...
A number of African refugees in Israel have finished their baccalaureate degrees and many more have incomplete degrees or are looking to begin their undergraduate studies.  A university degree can be the key to socio-economic advancement, and...
The African Refugee Development Center (ARDC) is a non-profit organization founded in 2004 by refugees and Israeli citizens to assist, support, and empower refugees and asylum seekers in Israel. The ARDC seeks to ensure access to basic social...