Internship Program

MISNS maintains a robust internship program that prepares leaders for greater service in business, public policy and management, non-profits, and community health. Interns serve in unpaid positions but gain the benefits of working remotely, gaining valuable experience, receiving college credit (depending on the policy of the intern’s school), and being considered for future permanent positions in the company. The following sections provide information on current intern positions MISNS is looking to fill. All of our positions allow for remote work.

Public Relations Specialist

Job Description

The Public Relations Specialist will promotes MISNS’ efforts to the public and certain industries by sending out press releases, sitting for interviews with journalists, and conducting other public relations activities.

Key Tasks

Develop Relationships with Journalists: Develop relationships with journalists who routinely report news and issues relative to the military, moral injury, and veteran support issues.

Advise CEO on Current Events and News: Monitor current events and news to determine opportunities for MISNS to promote its programs and increase its standing with the public and certain industries.

Publish Press Releases: Create and send out press releases to media outlets about MISNS programs and initiatives.

Related Academic Departments and Studies

  • Journalism: public relations and journalism.
  • Business: strategy.
  • Marketing: marketing and advertising.
  • Psychology: organizational psychology and social psychology.
  • Communication: communication media and public relations.

To apply for a position, send a cover letter and resume to Fatoumata Bangoura at

Diversity and 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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