Step 1 – Intern Submits Application
The applicant can send their completed application packet by mail, fax or email, to the Judicial Branch Experiential Learning Programs Office.
Incomplete application packets will not be reviewed. All applicants are required to submit the Verification Form completed by their school even if the intern is not seeking credits.
Post graduate student shall submit their most recent transcript.
Step 2 – Intern Interviews
All applicants are required to meet with program staff for an interview. Upon conclusion of the initial interview, applicants may be referred to workplace hosts for second interviews and final approval.
Step 3 – Intern Placement
Upon acceptance by the Workplace Host and the V/I Coordinator, applicants are required to submit to a mandatory background check prior to the internship start date and attend orientation.