At Fonkoze, we work together to empower Haitians, primarily
women, to lift their families out of poverty.
Photo: © Maxence Bradley

Career Opportunities

We seek individuals with whom we can build a strong, mutually beneficial and lasting relationship – highly competent and dynamic professionals who share Fonkoze’s mission and vision to break the cycle of poverty throughout Haiti via empowerment.
There are no openings at this time.

Other Opportunities

There are no openings at this time.

Internship Opportunities

Fonkoze may offer a variety of internships throughout each year. We look for highly motivated interns whose skills match our needs in a range of areas. If you are interested, please contact us to learn of available opportunities.
To intern in Haiti, we ask that interns plan to spend at least three months in Haiti, though six months is preferred, have some level of Kreyòl (preferred) and/or French proficiency, and possess the financial means to cover travel to and expenses in Haiti. Please note: Our internships are unpaid.
Past interns, as an example, have helped devise research surveys to assess the speed with which our poorest members climb out of poverty, examined the role of village assistance committees’ role in our members’ progress and served as financial analysts for Fonkoze Financial Services.

Volunteer Opportunities

If you are interested in starting a local group in support of Fonkoze USA in your hometown or volunteering in our Washington, DC office, please contact Fonkoze USA to learn more.

What We Do

We provide financial and development services to empower Haitians - primarily women - to lift their families out of poverty.
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Why Fonkoze?

For 28 years, our comprehensive approaches to allieviating poverty in Haiti have been proven effective year after year. Our programs and services are designed to meet individuals wherever they are on their journey out of poverty.
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Your Impact

Your support by way of donations, spreading the word and more, allows us to continue providing Haiti's most vulnerable the opportunities and support needed to rise out of poverty.
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