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Become a Volunteer

Our volunteers are passionate about contributing their time and talent to the promotion of peace, accountability and human rights.

The Application Process

Thank you for your interest in PeaceGeeks! To apply to volunteer, please complete our two-step process: 

Step 1: Complete registration form
Step 2: Submit attachments

If your skills match a current opportunity, our Talent Team will connect with you for an interview. Otherwise, we will keep your resume on file in case a suitable opportunity arises at a later date. 


What Can I Expect?

By joining PeaceGeeks, you are becoming part of an exciting and innovative community of skilled professionals and global citizens. We are passionate about volunteering our time and talent to helping peacebuilders and human rights defenders to affect change at home on the issue that matter most in their communities. We work hard on our projects, learn from our successes and failures, and work constantly to ensure that we are advancing our goal of empowering grassroots leaders.


Current Volunteer Openings

  1. PeaceGeeks PeaceGeeks is Vancouver-based non-profit organization that builds technology tools and capacities to address the most pressing challenges facing conflict-affected and vulnerable communities. Our work focuses in three key areas to make our world...
  2. Position Overview:The Recruiter will join our Human Resources department to execute the full-cycle recruitment process in pursuit of qualified volunteers. From conducting job analyses to pre-screening and interviewing candidates, the Recruiter contributes to...
  3. Position Overview In building Services Advisor Pathways, our large-scale project depends on ongoing consultation with newcomers, frontline staff, and directors of settlement organizations that form the project’s stakeholder committees. We’re looking for an...
Meet a Volunteer Layne Carson
Layne is a recent graduate of the school for International Studies at Simon Fraser University. She studied economic development, poverty alleviation, and access to justice. Next year, she will start the PDP program at SFU to become a French-immersion elementary school teacher.