Volunteer with MSU

  • Empowering At-Home Volunteer Opportunities

    MSU is an all-volunteer, patient-led and patient-centered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and volunteers are the backbone of the work we do. Join a fast-growing rare disease nonprofit and patient advocacy organization Empowering the Myositis Community and improving the lives of myositis patients and caregivers. Read more about our mission and vision. Opportunities are virtual, at-home volunteer positions.  If you have a computer or laptop, knowledge of the internet, and an internet connection, we will provide training and mentorship, and you will work together with other volunteers.

    NOTE: The chance to enter the giveaways has expired. However, we are still looking for volunteers!

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  • Please select the volunteer opportunity that interests you the most and with which you have experience.
  • Please select another volunteer opportunity that interests you, if any, and with which you have experience.
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  • Briefly explain why volunteering with MSU is important to you. Do you have a personal connection to myositis?
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