Volunteer Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in becoming a SEE International volunteer!  We rely on dedicated volunteers not only in the field, but in all aspects of our work to restore sight and transform lives worldwide. If you are a medical professional, please visit this page and contact us at programs@seeintl.org for more information.

Volunteer Opportunities at SEE’s Headquarters

You can be part of the SEE’s work and help make a difference for people in need.  There are many ways to help at our  office, located in Santa Barbara, CA, from administrative support to packing supplies or special fundraising projects.  Please contact us at info@seeintl.org or at 805-963-3303.

Internships

SEE often has a variety of exciting internships, which offer students great opportunities to learn about working in a nonprofit.  For more information and how to apply please click here.

Volunteer from Anywhere

Brochure Distribution

Want an easy way to make a difference? Display some of our brochures in your office! Email us at info@seeintl.org and requests brochures, or other SEE materials to display or distribute.

Give Presentations About SEE

Share SEE’s story with your community and help raise awareness of SEE’s work to eliminate avoidable blindness. Contact us at info@seeintl.org today!

Friends of SEE

As a “Friend of SEE” you can help us restore sight around the world.  Friends of SEE have created amazing fundraising events and helped increase awareness of SEE’s work. The possibilities are endless – whether it’s a one-time event or an ongoing effort to generate support. We’re happy to help make your event a success – from promoting through social media to customized fundraising pages and more!  For example, Andy Doraiswamy is climbing the highest peak on each continent to raise funds for SEE.  Click here to read his story!

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  • SEE volunteers, Dr. Jesus Fuentes Mujica, ophthalmic technician Luis Velasco and Dr. Maxwell Cheng cared for hundreds of Peruvians, providing free eye exams and sight-restoring surgeries. Dr. Mujica is a Peruvian ophthalmologist who goes on close to 20 medical missions in his own country each year. Seeing how worn his one set of surgical instruments were from many years of use, Dr. Cheng generously gave him his own instrument set so that Dr. Mujica could continue his work to help the needy in the rural areas of Peru.

    March 27

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