When choosing to apply to become a Cuso International volunteer, it is important that you consider your availability over the next 2 to 6 months to undertake the required steps in our volunteer journey process. For example, you will be required to attend an assessment day (Ottawa, Vancouver or Chicago) and a 5-day Skills for Working in Development training (Ottawa). Find out more about the volunteer journey to becoming a Cuso International volunteer.We recommend you apply directly to a specific placement, however, if you do not see a specific placement which is appropriate for you at this time, please apply through the general application process. Our volunteer advisors will review your application and assess whether there is a good fit between your skills and the needs of our international partner organizations. We are always looking to recruit skilled professionals in the following sectors: health, education, business and management, natural resources, IT and fundraising.Due to funding restrictions, many of our placements are only open to Canadian and/or American Permanent Residents and Citizens.For more detailed information about financial support, training and benefits available to volunteers, please click here.
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