Where: Judicial Branch Internships
When: Fall, Spring, or Summer
Type of Internship: Unpaid
Responsibilities: Opportunities range from Adult Probation, Juvenile Matters, Bail Services, Jail Re-entry Programs, Family Matters, Juvenile Detention, Victim Services, Community Court, Information Technology, and Court Clerk’s Office.
Requirements: Must be enrolled in an accredited institution of higher learning, be a student in good standing, possess excellent written and oral communication skills, disclose any pending matter before the Court to the Intern Coordinator, have the ability to work with diverse populations, maintain high level of confidentiality, work at least two five hour days a week for one semester, be willing to travel, and attend Intern Orientation.
To Apply: Visit www.jud.ct.gov/intern
More Information: Contact the Judicial Branch Volunteer/Intern Program
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