Make a Global Difference

Join us in our mission to engage people with cultural heritage and to improve history education worldwide!

World History Encyclopedia is a non-profit organization publishing the world's most read history encyclopedia. The work of our international team helps millions of people around the globe learn about history every single month, entirely free of charge. Your work will help students, teachers and the general public appreciate cultural heritage, widen their horizons and enable them to better understand the globalized world we live in today.

Volunteer Positions

We're always looking for volunteers to help us. Whether you're an academic, a retiree, a student, or a professional; whether you work in a library, in a marketing agency, or in a university... everyone has skills that can help us!

At the moment we are particularly looking for the following volunteer positions:

We are always looking for more people to join us in the following positions:

If you don't see any position listed here that fits you but you'd still like to volunteer, please feel free to contact us nevertheless. We also offer internship opportunities.

Join us! You don't even have to leave your home to do it: Our team collaborates entirely online, without any office. We have fun doing our work and there's a true spirit of camaraderie in the WHE team.

Your Impact

Join us at the cutting edge of online publishing, with an experienced team of editors, writers, graphic designers and technologists!

World History Encyclopedia is a non-profit organization publishing the world's most read history encyclopedia. Your work will reach millions of people every month. It will have a real impact on the world's learning and understanding of history. Become a part of our highly international team with people from all over the world. We're a friendly people with a passion for history.


Paid Positions

We do not offer any paid positions; all our employed core staff is recruited from our pool of volunteers. We prefer to hire people who have shown us that they are already passionate about what we do.

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