Interns serve in several divisions of the Prosecuting Attorney's Office and may assist deputy prosecuting attorneys, legal assistants or victim advocates.Interns are typically required to make a minimum commitment of three months, and work approximately 14 hours per week. All interns must undergo a thorough background investigation, fingerprinting and interview.Our office works collaboratively with several local law schools and colleges to help students fulfill their educational requirements by providing paid and unpaid internship and externship opportunities.
In order to be considered, please submit a cover letter, resume, references, and proposed start and end dates via email to Gayle Robbins.
Student Job Shadows
We are happy to host students for job shadows and or volunteer opportunities. College and high school students are encouraged to contact the office regarding scheduling a job shadow or volunteer opportunity.  If you would like to spend a day or more with a deputy prosecutor, victim advocate or legal assistant, please contact Gayle Robbins.