We welcome your interest in advancing the mission and vision of Beyond Borders.

Everyone in the Beyond Borders family from donors to volunteers, board members, interns, and staff, plays an integral role in our shared mission to overcome poverty, prevent violence, and develop local leadership in Haiti.

We are honored that you would consider joining our team. Please click the link below to learn more about our current opportunities. Thank you for your interest in Beyond Borders!

The staff of Beyond Borders (April 2016)


Current Opportunities

Creole-English Translator Volunteers

Creole-English Translator Volunteers

Application deadline: Ongoing

Beyond Borders is currently looking for volunteers to help with translating important documents from Haitian Creole to English and vise-versa. As a translator, you will be translating a wide variety of documents ranging from articles, reports, planning documents, data spreadsheets, proposals, budgets, website content, and more! You will be a member of a volunteer translator team, supporting the Beyond Borders’ team in Haiti and North America, under the direction and support of the Deputy Executive Director.

To be a Volunteer Translator, you are/have:
  • Fluent in both English and Haitian Creole
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Prior experience as a translator
  • Strong organizational skills and exceptional time management capabilities
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools and Google applications, particularly Google Docs and Google Sheets,
  • Ability to work independently
  • Personal values that align with Beyond Borders’ vision for Haiti
  • General understanding of and interest in issues of social justice, human rights, and international development
To Apply:

Please send your resume and cover letter explaining why you are interested in volunteering to Kristie van de Wetering at k.vandewetering@beyondborders.net with Application: Volunteer Translators in the subject line.

Beyond Borders is an equal opportunity employer. Diverse candidates including people of color and women are encouraged to apply.