Passionate about empowering girls through education?
Consider putting your skills to work for change through our volunteer opportunities.


Board Member

Aumazo seeks passionate, experienced board members to support our work through mission-based leadership, strategic governance, and fundraising.

Development Director

Help spearhead our development efforts, including executing our annual fundraising plan, developing relationships with major donors, and managing proposals and fundraising reports.

Director of Programs

Great opportunity for seasoned team manager with program experience. Help guide our staff recruitment, hiring, and training and manage multi-faceted projects to meet objective performance standards.

Instructional Designer

In collaboration with our educational consultant in Cameroon, design and develop engaging learning experiences, compelling course content, and performance assessments that meet the needs of our student population.

High School Mentor Teacher

Provide guidance to Aumazo teachers and put together engaging lesson plans, visual tools, and creative projects that help our teachers keep students active, involved, and continually learning.

Future Volunteer Needs*

(In Cameroon, when Aumazo school opens)
IT Technician
Educational Administrator
Agricultural Technician

*These options require people to travel to Cameroon. This enters into our concept and initiative called Voluntourism.

For more information on these opportunities, please complete our volunteer interest form below.



Voluntourism is defined as travel experience that provides the opportunity to contribute to local community projects and development initiatives with some time off to visit the highlights of that particular destination/country.

Are you ready to volunteer with Aumazo? Fill out the form below.

Volunteer Form

    Which volunteering opportunity(s) interest you?

    Sweet Testimonials

    I am currently a volunteer for Aumazo, lending a hand to help with fundraising strategies and strategic planning. Aumazo has come a long way from a mere idea to a full blown, not for profit organization. Its founder is an amazing enthusiast and determined woman who will undoubtedly make a boarding school for rural girls in Bankondji an imminent reality. I think combining the funds raised for this purpose with the proceeds of a striving brick business in her hometown was a terrific idea. I truly have high hopes and only praise for Team Aumazo.

    Aissata Thiam, PhD, International Condultant in ICT

    My visit to Cameroon 2 years ago with the Mount St. Mary's team of faculty and students began my love for Africa... specifically the people of Bankondji. Education is a powerful tool for change; and educating girls extends that positive change to their future families. This project is so worthwhile to support as it will currently build strong women and provide educated citizens in the future. During my visit one of the Sisters at the Daughters of Charity said that “Africa gets into your skin.” I feel that I came home with a piece of Africa in my heart. The land is beautiful. The people are beautiful. My memories are beautiful. I am proud to teach my students at the University about this wonderful project and how to support it with our monies and prayers.

    Carolyn, Volunteer

    The first time I heard about Aumazo was through a close friend of mine. I am from one of the counties with which Cameroon share its frontier (Gabon) so when I heard about Aumazo and the goals that they wanted to reach I was more than exited to be able to volunteer. In addition it’s not every day that you come across a non-profit organization that has the ambition to bring education to Africa for this reason I strongly believe that they do need more recognition and help from anyone for the hard work that they’re doing.

    Patrick E., Volunteer

    I heard about Aumazo through a dear friend who insisted that I checkout this cause and support. As a cameroonian girl myself, This is truly a noble cause and I am glad that Jacqueline, the Founder, is giving back to our community. She is a great role model and I encourage others to follow in her footsteps!

    Anais G., Donor

    I had a great experience working with Aumazo Mrs. Audigé did a phenomenal job at getting a team together to work in partnership with the University of Maryland and spending hours taking hundreds of their chairs, chalk boards and several other school materials that were going to be thrown away and that instead we took to put in a container and ship to Cameroon to help build better schools. It was an eye-opening experience and the purpose was real. Great organization, great people. I would recommend them to anyone looking to make an immediate difference in the lives of people who need it.

    Yannick K., Volunteer

    During my experience with Aumazo, I learned about the Cameroonian economy and educational system. Aumazo is ensuring that girls in Cameroon have access to education and they have a strong culture built on the empowering women and improving the country of Cameroon.

    Patrick Legendre, MBA Candidate at GWU
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