At Community Keepers, we are serious about attracting and retaining outstanding talent.
We employ registered counsellors, psychologists and social workers on a full or part time basis.

We advertise our vacancies on the NEWS page. If we don’t have a current vacancy advertised, you are welcome to complete the form below and send it to and we will keep your details on file.



To qualify as an educational psychologist in South Africa, students need to complete a 12 month internship at a training site, under the supervision of a senior psychologist.  We accept intern educational psychologists in collaboration with the Stellenbosch University Department of Educational Psychology.


We encourage you to roll up your sleeves and join us today in our quest to promote the well-being of our country’s future leaders. We’ve identified the following key areas where individuals can become involved by offering their time, talents and energy to serve in the communities where we are working.


  • Professional Volunteers

We offer opportunities for qualified psychologists (educational, clinical and counselling), counsellors and social workers to deliver services as part of our multi-disciplinary team. Opportunities are also available ad-hoc to other professionals, to serve as guest speakers during motivational talks with learners, parenting workshops or professional development sessions with educators.


  • Non-Professional Volunteers

Any individual wanting to serve in the community can become involved with specific events which are usually presented during afternoons or weekend. These activities include facilitating life skills programmes as well as accompanying groups of learners on day outings and assisting them with projects.


  • International Volunteers

We offer various opportunities to international volunteers, to serve in our organisation. If you’d like to visit South Africa and serve as a volunteer at Community Keepers, contact us by emailing to discuss opportunities that suit your interests and qualifications.