The Worcester County District Attorney’s Office has historically relied upon interns/volunteers to assist in ever-increasing workloads. We seek participants with strong communication and interpersonal skills, as well as individuals who are eager to learn and contribute to a fast-paced environment.
Through participation in our Internship/Volunteer Program, individuals are afforded the opportunity to observe and contribute to the day-to-day operations of the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office. Our internship program provides an invaluable opportunity to gain practical experience and benefit from a greater understanding of the judicial process.
Interns may apply to our Fall, Spring or Summer Program. Our internships are unpaid; nevertheless we encourage interns to try and obtain academic credit, funding or grants that may be available through your academic institutions.
Types of Positions and Placements
Internship positions are available to:
- 3:03 Certified Law School Students
- Law School Students
- Undergraduate Students
- High School Students
Where you are academically does dictate what you can do as an intern and where you will be placed within our Office. Regardless of where you are academically, we want every intern to get as much court room exposure and experience as possible.
Below is a list of placements detailing the internship positions that are available based on your current academic status:
- Central District Court-HS/Undergraduate/Law School/3:03
- Superior Court- Undergraduate/Law Student
- Juvenile Unit– Undergraduate/Law School
- Forfeiture Unit-Law School
- Sexual Assault/Child Abuse Unit- Undergraduate/Law School
- Fugitive Unit- Undergraduate/Law Student
- Appeals Unit- Law School
- Victim Advocacy– Undergraduate
- Outreach- HS/Undergraduate