Internship and Co-op opportunities in every sector from A to Z.
Armenian Volunteer Corps (AVC) works with 1,100+ placement partners all over Armenia. All the positions are available year-round. The variety of sectors and organizations include; business, education, environmental sciences, arts and culture, finance, health, governmental and non-governmental agencies and many more.
In addition to placements, AVC provides all logistical support. From airport pick-up, to living arrangements with host-families, Armenian language classes, and more.
Whether you’re looking for a professional internship or something less formal, you’ll find what you need in Armenia any time of year with AVC! From one month to one year.
AVC’s Volunteer Corps invites volunteers 21 years of age and older, of all backgrounds* from across the globe, to volunteer or intern in Armenia for a minimum stay of one month to a maximum of one year, to serve in a job placement of their own choosing. Placements are available year-round in a wide variety of sectors and organizations, including business, education, environmental sciences, arts and culture, finance, health, governmental and non-governmental agencies. In addition to placements, AVC provides all logistical support from airport pick-up, to host-family living arrangements, Armenian language classes, and more.
Fulfillment. Discovery. Sharing. Adventure. Whenever the time is right for you, you’ll experience all this and so much more with AVC Professional Corps. From two weeks to one year.
AVC’s Professional Corps program is designed for mature, working professionals, over the age of 32, who have a minimum of five years’ work experience and a keen desire to share their expertise and make a difference in Armenia. Professional Corps allows for a minimum stay of two weeks accommodating those with tight vacation schedules, with the option to stay on for up to one year.
What is AVC’s policy for volunteers with different backgrounds?
Our policy is clear. Armenian Volunteer Corps welcomes people from a variety of identities and backgrounds to apply. We have a zero tolerance policy for discrimination against volunteers based on age, race and ethnicity, geographical background, socio-economic status, gender identity, sexual orientation, religious belief, mental and physical ability, and language proficiency. We aim to be an inclusive space where all volunteers find the support and community that they need before, during and after their stay in Armenia.