Internship Programs

About our Opportunities

MISNS maintains a robust internship program that prepares leaders for greater service. We prepare you for you a career in business, public policy management, non-profits, and community health. Internships are unpaid but offer the benefits of:

  • Working remotely,
  • Gaining valuable experience,
  • Receiving college credit (depending on the policy of the intern’s school),
  • Consideration for future employment.

Military Transition Opportunities

If you need to increase your skillset as you transition into the civilian world, we are here to help. MISNS provides the following opportunities to service members who wish to continue serving while gaining real world training. We offer services for our members through:

  • Offering on-the-job training,
  • Offering flexible schedules,
  • Teaching new skills.

Departments to choose from


The Operations Department includes Human Resources, grant writing and management, fund management, and technology management.

Research & Development

The Research Department conducts scientific research on moral injury, generates journal articles on their findings, and presents these findings at conferences and continuing education events.

Marketing, Communications & Public Relations

The Marketing and Public Relations Department provides a wide variety of services such as:

  • Press releases and press coordination,
  • Digital content creation,
  • Event management, newsletters,
  • Email marketing,
  • Podcast editing,
  • Blog writing,
  • Website management, and other important outreach activities.


The Education Department is responsible for MISNS’ continuing education programs and book production. Positions include editors and education specialists.

Intake specialist

The Support Department provides direct care to women veterans through the Tubman Chaplain Network. You are the first person to interact with a veteran who is seeking chaplain care. This will provide you with customer service and office duty experience.

Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal

For active-duty volunteers, your efforts could help you qualify for the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal.

See Department of Defense regulations below:

To find out more about getting an internship in one of our departments, contact Fatoumata Bangoura, Human Resources Specialist, at

Diversity & Inclusion

Moral Injury Support Network for Servicewomen, Inc. welcomes people of all gender identities, sexual orientations, races, religions and creeds to apply and work for the organization. Diversity of thought and perspectives helps us all grow.

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