EduSpots is looking for Trustees & Advisory Board Members!



At this pivotal time in our journey, we are looking to bring the right people on board to help us deepen our impact, strengthen our organisational models, and gain further funding to support our work.

In just 6 years, through the work of over 300 local and international volunteers, EduSpots has created and managed a network of 50 community-led and owned education centres in Ghana and Kenya, impacting an estimated 15,000 users annually in low-resource settings. Our programmes in leadership, literacy and STEM have proven impact, sustained over time.

We are looking for experienced and energetic Trustees or Advisory Board members to join the team, particularly with skills and experience to offer in the following areas: monitoring and evaluation, communications and international education. Experience of working in Ghana or wider Africa would be a significant advantage, but is not necessary.

The job descriptions and links for Trustees on Charity Jobs are found below:

Monitoring and Evaluation Trustee

International Education Trustee

Communications Trustee 

We are also keen to hear from anyone with fundraising experience with time to dedicate to supporting our team as a volunteer, as we explore further funding options. Similarly, we are keen to hear from any organisations who may be interested in funding our work at this exciting point of our journey.

All the information is found on the Charity Job website, or please do contact the Chair, Cat Davison at if you would like any further information or simply send us your CV. If you feel you have another skill area to offer EduSpots as a Trustee or Advisory Board members, please do also get in touch.

This video explains why many of our volunteers in Ghana have decided to be part of EduSpots:

This video explores the impact of our CLEd leadership Academy, through the voice of volunteers:

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