BWF partners with, and provides funding to, community and national non-profit programs that provide impactful services to the post-9/11 military and veteran population. BWF emphasizes maintaining expert knowledge of the gaps and challenges for the post-9/11 population, and directing our funding and collaboration towards evidence-based interventions that ensure service members, veterans, families and caregivers will continue to thrive after military service.
BWF is currently offering two paid internship opportunities for post-9/11 student veterans or military spouses.
The Spring 2020 paid internship will provide experience in the Foundation’s programs, with emphasis on understanding organizational outcomes and vetting nonprofits for BWF grants. This internship will begin in February 2020, and involve working 12-18 hours a week in our New York City office, with a flexible schedule.*
The Summer 2020 six-week paid internship (from June 8 through July 16) will also provide experience in the Foundation’s programs, with an emphasis on the evidence base for impactful programs, understanding organizational outcomes, and vetting nonprofits for BWF grants. These interns will work 4 days/week in our New York City office.*
Each intern will have the opportunity to define and focus on an individual project, tailored to their professional aspirations.
Interested student veterans or military spouses may apply through January 3 by completing this prompt and sending a PDF copy of their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use the subject line “Internship Application [Last Name] [Spring/Summer]”.
Should you have any additional questions, please email: email@example.com.
*Lodging not provided.