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DIA is dedicated to increasing collaboration and fostering greater community interaction for the program; the support of IC agencies and partners is vital to the program’s success. DIA is a proud participant of this initiative and strongly encourages all interested candidates to contact the ICWWP office or representative from their respective medical treatment facilities.
Wounded, ill, or injured Active Duty Service Members, Mobilized Reservists or National Guardsmen assigned to a medical treatment facility are eligible to participate in an IC internship. Eligible candidates must also receive approval for participation by their Chain of Command and successfully complete a security background investigation, counterintelligence (CI) scope polygraph examination and drug screening.
· If you are an Active Duty Wounded Warrior interested in an internship outside of the intelligence community, please visit Operation Warfighter to learn more:
· If you are a Veteran looking for an internship opportunity, please visit the Veterans’ Administration website to learn about the vocational rehabilitation programs:
For additional information about the Wounded Warrior Branch, please contact the ICWWP managers, Mr. Torland Wingfield at (202) 231-3151 or Ms. Bonita Martin at (202) 231-0720, or email the Program office at DIA_ICWWIP@dodiis.mil DIA is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered without regard to non-merit factors, such as race, national origin, color, religion, gender, age, marital status, disability or sexual orientation.
Providing meaningful work experience to our nation’s service members injured or wounded in the line of duty has never been more important. IC internships are win-win for recovering service members and the Federal government; warriors build their resumes with valuable federal government work experience and develop additional job skills, while participating agencies benefit from the operational and military perspective of the warrior.
As a wounded warrior intern, you have the opportunity to:
ICWWP is always looking for ways to partner with agencies and treatment facilities to support warriors’ recovery. If you’re interested in learning more about the program or attending an upcoming event, please email DIA_ICWWIP@dia.mil.
Mr. Torland Wingfield
Ms. Bonita Martin