What is a Military Internship?

Military internships require that individuals are able and willing to join the U.S. military and become a commissioned officer. Typically, individuals are required to serve three more years in the military after completing their internship. Military internships differ from VA internships or other veterans-affiliated internships, which do not require serving in the military. Students on a military internship usually treat individuals on active duty or in the Reserve or National Guard who have been activated, while rarely treating veterans or retirees.