Nurses International depends on the talent, the commitment, and the effort of

people like you.

Chances are, regardless of your background or your area of expertise, there’s a place for you at Nurses International. Working together, we really can make the world a better place.

For Volunteer Nursing Professionals

Send your resume or curriculum vitae along with 2 references (we prefer one academic and one professional) and copies of any relevant active licenses to miriamchickering@nursesinternational.org

We need PhD and DNP prepared nurses to teach graduate and postgraduate courses and perform course and curriculum reviews. There are opportunities to serve as consultants, nurse’s council members, content creators, and mentors for other faculty members and so much more.

We need MSN prepared nurses to teach our undergraduate courses. We have other opportunities available such as acting as a tutor/mentor to graduate students and there are even opportunities to travel to location to train local nurses as clinical nurse instructors and work directly with students.

We need BSN prepared nurses to assist our MSN and PhD level faculty with their online classes. BSN prepared nurses can also act as nurse tutors and mentors to our undergraduate students. Depending on experience, some BSN prepared nurses can travel to location and assist faculty as they provide clinical instruction.

available volunteer positions

For Non-Medical Professionals

We offer a wide variety of courses and we specifically need classes in community development, leadership, management, public health, and the sciences. We need many different kinds of skill sets to carry out our mission.

Contact miriamchickering@nursesinternational.org with your resume.

For Lay People

Our truly biggest need is prayer support. We are a faith-based organization, and we believe in the power of prayer. Sign up for our newsletter to get our prayer requests on a regular basis.

We’re non-profit which means we count on the support and the involvement of people like you.

Our programs are rooted in the belief that Christ intended his followers to offer love and healing wherever there is needless suffering.

Nurses International does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its services.

Nurses International benefits from a diverse faculty and volunteer network with representatives from many different countries, faiths, and backgrounds. We respect and value multiple perspectives and find that diversity allows us to do our best work.

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