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Intern Program
School Advisors / Administrators

The Judicial Branch Intern Program offers a variety of internship placements across the state. We accept students from many different academic majors and backgrounds. A recent change in our application process requires that a cover letter and resume be submitted along with the Intern Application and Verification forms. Application packets are reviewed and scheduled in the order in which they are received.

To help your students during the intern registration process, click here to printout the Intern Placement Process Checklist. This includes information concerning the Application Packet requirements and remaining steps to establish an internship placement. Click below to access the forms required to complete a studentís Application Packet.


Upon receipt and review of the application packet, an interview is scheduled to discuss the following:
  • Studentís long term career goals
  • Class schedule and availability
  • Current skill set and interests
  • Review of previous work experience
  • Any matter that may preclude their ability to participate in the program

The interview allows the V/I staff to explore with students what placement will not only meet their scholastic requirements, but one that is the best fit for them. It would be most helpful if you encourage your students to be open to suggestions for internship placements within the Judicial Branch.

Contacting the placement site directly often results in confusion and problems which may delay the start of your student (s) internship. Placement site supervisors may assume that we have referred the student for placement. The V/I staff may have previously placed a student which frequently causes problems for the Workplace Host and disappointment for the student who had the expectation of obtaining the placement.

We are always adding new positions and there may be other excellent opportunities that would be of interest to students, which would allow them to explore other exciting career fields.

Finally, if your program has specific requirements, please let us know and we will make every effort to accommodate them.

 

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