BCC welcomes international and local volunteers to share their skills and time with the project. Volunteering with BCC can provide a rewarding, life-changing experience when fully embraced. Committing to volunteer with BCC provides opportunities to learn about individuals with disabilities, experience Tanzanian culture, and open up a new understanding of the human spirit.
BCC is particularly interested in volunteers with the following skills:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Family Work
- Community Organizing
- Speech and Language Therapy
- Developmental & Educational Curriculum Development
- Business Development
- Grant Writing
- Special Event Planning
Mosaic Fellowship Program
BCC also partners with Mosaic, a U.S. based international nonprofit organization that serves individuals with intellectual disabilities. The Mosaic Collaborative for Disability Public Policy and Practice offers a one year International Fellowship Program to qualified individuals interested in working with BCC. For more information about this opportunity, please contact Mosaic’s Vice President of International Development, Richard Carman, at email@example.com.
Undergraduate and graduate level students with an interest in the field of disabilities have opportunities to work with us as part of their internship/practicum course. You can be involved in curriculum development, therapy training with our staff, marketing/business development, research - the possibilities are numerous! Contact us for more information.