MORS’ success, its importance to national security, its meetings and publications depends significantly on the support of volunteers. Whether you’re a member or not, your contributions are welcome and vital.
Consider volunteering your support for the following important activities.
Community of Practice (COP)
: COPs exist for Deterrence, Experimentation, Irregular Warfare, Social Sciences, and Wargaming. To learn more contact Volunteer Coordinator Kirk Michealson. To view the CoP Tutorial, please click here.
MORS is always looking for seasoned professionals willing to mentor the next generation of national security analysts. For more information, visit the mentorship
page and contact Dennis Baer
Young Analyst Initiative:
This program helps ensure the future of the MOR community by supporting the next generation of analysts. For more information, please contact Advisory Board Member Lisa Kaiser
or John Wray
Already involved? Consider these leadership positions.
If you have already volunteered as a co-chair of a working group or as a committee member, consider volunteering for a leadership position, such as a working group chair, and/or expand your experience base by volunteering in another area. For example, if you have been a working group chair or co-chair, consider volunteer as a committee member. The Society also encourages members to seek to serve on the Board of Directors. Click here to learn more about these and other important opportunites.
Whatever path you choose, help support the society that supports your profession.