Join our Team. Change the World.
Our employees are the number one asset in fulfilling our mission. Build Change values diversity of experience and perspectives. Through their continued growth and development, our employees are empowered to broaden their skills and experience and encouraged to use their knowledge collaboratively to help promote the growth of our organization and its programs.
Fund Development & Reporting Officer Bogotá, Colombia or Guatemala City, Guatemala
Nepal Open to Citizens of Nepal Only
Hear from Our Staff
For Engineers Week in February 2016, we interviewed some of our engineers from around the world to hear why they work with Build Change. Read their stories and hear their perspectives here.
Gain Experience. Have a Global Impact.
We deeply appreciate the willingness of volunteers to support Build Change with their time. Please apply below to available volunteer opportunities and internships.
Build Change Internships:
Engineering Interns – Kathmandu, Nepal (Open to citizens of Nepal only)
Autodesk Student Expert Internships – Spring/Summer 2017:
What Previous Interns Have Said:
“Thank you all so much for letting me be a part of the Build Change team this summer! I truly enjoyed getting to know everyone and learning everything that I could about the brickmaking process, engineering work in the field of development, and the beautiful and unique culture in Indonesia. I look forward to staying in touch and hearing about the results of the BBM Project!”
– Whitney, Intern in Indonesia, 2015
“I would like to take a moment to thank you for an absolutely incredible experience interning this summer in the Philippines (Guiuan and Sulangan). I was incredibly impressed with the staff I worked with. I was given astute insight on engineering aspects, training techniques, and cultural elements of your comprehensive buliding program. I was impressed by the attention to detail and devotion to doing things correctly. This facet of Build Change set you apart from the crowd.”
– Jonathan, Internship in the Philippines, 2015