Connecticut Judicial Branch Experiential Learning Programs (ELP)

Experiential learning assists students in identifying their strengths and weaknesses as well as identifies career choices that are of interest to them. The Experiential Learning Program staff will assist you in determining the best placement relevant to your academic and career goals. The Programs combine hands on experience with training and seminars to enhance the student’s learning and professional experience. For more information on the requirements for participation please click here.  Click here to learn about the deadlines.

The Experiential Learning Programs includes College Undergraduate Student Internships. 

Program Eligibility Requirements:

  • Undergraduate
    • be enrolled in an accredited institution of higher learning or
    • be a student in good standing
    • be able to work at least two, five hour days per week for at least one semester
    • not have a current criminal record or pending court matters
    • have the ability to work with diverse populations
    • maintain high level of confidentiality
    • possess excellent written and oral communication skills
    • must be willing to travel in state
    • attend Intern Orientation
  • Graduate Students
    • be enrolled in an accredited institution of higher learning or
    • graduated within 12 months of applying to program
    • be able to work at least two, five hour days per week for at least one semester
    • not have a current criminal record or pending court matters
    • have the ability to work with diverse populations
    • maintain high level of confidentiality
    • possess excellent written and oral communication skills
    • must be willing to travel in state
    • attend Intern Orientation

(Please note: Internship postings are being provided for informational purposes only. Anyone interested in applying for an internship is responsible for verifying all related information. The Urban and Community Studies Program, nor the University is recommending these employers nor guaranteeing the accuracy of the information furnished in the job posting.)



Posted April 13, 2016