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Are you ready to hold power to account?

We strive to increase accountability and transparency by contributing to a robust system in which individuals can safely and impactfully speak out against corporate and government misconduct.

Founded in 2017, The Signals Network is recognized as a leader in protecting whistleblowers who have shared revelations of wrongdoing with the press. Our international team works every day to help shape a fairer, freer and more democratic world.

In following our vision and mission, we will not compromise on our core values:

  • We aim to contribute to greater transparency and accountability as a means of public good.

  • We recognize the humanity in whistleblowing and the life behind each whistleblower.

  • We are an ally to individuals and groups with historically less power; we encourage diverse perspectives.

  • We believe in a free press and support its role in functioning democracies worldwide.

  • We do not encourage whistleblowers to knowingly break the law.

  • We value our community/network of support, including lawyers, journalists and psychosocial professionals, and recognize we must work collaboratively to reach toward our vision and be true to our mission.

  • We abide by our board-approved Code of Conduct and hold our partners to account to be respectful, transparent, accountable and truthful.

  • We aim for as low an environmental impact as possible. We will be as light and flexible as possible in order to protect our planet.

If that sounds like a fit for you, join us!

The Signals Network is a U.S.-registered, nonprofit organization with international operations.

The Signals Network strives for justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) and prioritizes these values in our organization, programming, and employment practices.

JEDI is at the forefront of our strategy and culture, and we are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, cultures, skills, and experiences, knowing that the more inclusive we are, the more successful we will be. We are an equal opportunity employer and Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and LBGTQ+ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Open Position

Internships and Fellowships at The Signals Network

Legal Intern

As part of our growing Whistleblower Protection Program, The Signals Network (TSN) is seeking a Legal Intern able to serve for a minimum of 12 weeks in Autumn/Winter 2024, part-time or full time.

Location: Remote, U.S. Eastern Time Zone preferred

Hours and availability: Part-time or full time

Compensation: Unpaid internship. An opportunity to extend the internship is possible and Legal Interns will be prioritized for hiring as openings arise.

To apply: Please apply as soon as possible. Follow the instructions below. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

To apply: If a position listed is right for you, please apply following the information in the job description. If there is not an opening that fits your skills, check back later, or consider volunteering! We can use all the help we can get. Email us at for more information.