Looking for an opportunity to use your leadership skills and become an active agent in development? Check this opportunity with Saha Global! The applications will close when all positions are filled.
Field Representatives Wanted: December 28 - January 18, Northern Ghana
Volunteer Opportunity posted by: Saha Global
Saha Global works with communities in Northern Region, Ghana to tackle basic needs deficits by starting small businesses. Over the past few years, Saha has worked with hundreds of college students and young professionals to develop their leadership skillsand learn about international development, environmental sustainability and public health while building community access to basic services in rural Ghanaian villages.
During our Global Leadership Program, participants learn to train local women entrepreneurs to set up sustainable waterand solar businesses, bringing clean drinking water and electricity to partner communities for the first time ever.
Saha is currently looking to fill Field Rep positions for our work in Ghana from Dec 28 - Jan 18. As Field Representatives for Saha, you will work with our team to fundraise the cost of setting up a water or solar treatment business, then join us in Ghana to help local women set-up and run the business.
Since 2008, we've partnered 397 young leaders with 93 communities to open 93 water treatment and 26 solar businesses that employ 234 women entrepreneurs and reach over 46,000 people. 100% of these businesses are still in operation today.
How to apply
Learn more about program requirements and cost, and submit your application at sahaglobal.org. Exceptional candidates will be invited for a phone interview with our leadership team. Applications close Oct 26th or when positions are filled.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
PS - Check out this awesome 3 min video to get a good idea of what we're about!
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