Be A Volunteer

There are a variety of volunteer opportunities for individuals ranging from collaboration to organizing community event. Volunteers make the day-to-day operations of Sema Foundation possible. The volunteers’ hard work and dedication is invaluable to our ability to serve our community.

Attention to Students

Sema Foundation’s High School and College Student Volunteer Program provides students with opportunities to volunteer in both facilities and in the field engaging on different activities..

Applications for the high school and college summer volunteer program for returning students have been temporarily suspended due to COVID-19 precautions. We will post information to this page when the application process is again open. We appreciate your interest in volunteer services at Sema Foundation.


We Offer a competitive internship program that gives students and graduates the opportunity to make important professional contributions to society. Interns are assigned a long-term project that they work on during their 10-week internship, in addition to daily responsibilities. Sema Interns will not receive monetary compensation.

Time commitment

Minimum 10 hours in a week. Mon – Fri (flexible)


– Undergraduate / graduate students and recent graduates.

– Familiarity with social media (twitter, Facebook) and basic MS Office tools (Word,Excel)

– Responsible and reliable

– Excellent writing skills

– Ability to multi-task and work in a deadline-oriented environment

Desired Skills/Preferences

Degree in Journalism, Communications, International Studies, Political Science, Social Studies or other related fields

    Thank you for applying and we will be in contact soon!

    With busy lives, it can be hard to find time to volunteer. However, the benefits of volunteering are enormous to you, your family, and your community. The right match can

    • Help you find friends,
    • Reach out to the community,
    • Learn new skills,
    • Advance your career
    • Protect your mental and physical health.

    Volunteering connects you to others

    • Make new friends and contacts
    • Increases your social and relationship skills.

    Volunteering is good for your mind and body

    • Increases self-confidence
    • Combats depression
    • Stay physically healthy

    Volunteering can advance your career

    • Try out career experience
    • Learn valuable job skills

    Volunteering brings fun and fulfillment to your life

    • Improve your language skills
    • Better family life
    • Be A Role model for the community
    • Engage with social life

    Expectations from SEMA Volunteers

    • Meet all the benefits of volunteering by the end of first term
    • Learn about the organization and its volunteer policies
    • Ask for and have regular reviews or evaluations of your performance;
    • Get guidance and support in your volunteer role;
    • Be punctual for your volunteer duty or shift;
    • Be reliable and responsible;
    • Communicate any issues or concerns which are likely to affect your volunteer duties;
    • Do your duties as assigned and directed;
    • Accept guidance from the Volunteer Coordinator or supervisor;
    • Be willing to learn and participate in orientation, training programs, and meetings;
    • Keep sensitive organizational information confidential;
    • Comply with the policies and procedures of the organization.