Huron County
Common Pleas Court
Probate and Juvenile Divisions

Internships for College Students

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS

Whether your college major is a criminal justice or corrections-related field, law, psychology, social work, education, liberal arts, or business, Huron County Juvenile Court may have an internship opportunity for you.

Intern with the Juvenile Probation Department

Possibilities include:

  • Accompanying and/or assisting probation officers on field contacts with delinquent youth.
  • Performing telephone and computer inquiries to support probation officers in obtaining background checks and in following up on existing juvenile court cases.
  • Assisting probation officers with conducting drug tests and with installing monitoring devices.
  • Attending Court-ordered study groups at various Huron County locations to support certified teachers in the operation of the program.
  • Assisting with the preparation, maintenance, and safeguarding of Court records and in maintaining the confidentiality of all juvenile files.

 

Intern with the Juvenile Court Services Department

Possibilities include:

Assisting with the delivery of Court Services’ programs such as

  • Reach Our Youth (a mentoring program).
  • CASA (the Court Appointed Special Advocate) program, which deals with the Court cases of abused, neglected, or dependent youth.
  • Programs for delinquent youth (Community Service Learning Program, Study Groups).
  • Assisting staff with contacts to more than 150 Court volunteers.
  • Assisting with the preparation for and organization of Court Services’ special events (e.g., Reach Our Youth events, In-service training, and volunteer recognition).
  • Assisting in the preparation, maintenance, and safeguarding of Court records and in maintaining the confidentiality of all juvenile cases.

 

Intern with the Juvenile and Probate Court Clerks

Possibilities include:

  • Assisting Court clerks with the general office work involved in the Juvenile Court setting and in the preparation, maintenance, and safeguarding of Court records.
  • Providing similar clerical assistance to the Probation Department and the Probate Court.
  • Providing clerical and programming assistance to the Court Services Department (Also see “Intern with the Juvenile Court Services Department” for some of the many possibilities.).
  • Assist with the filing of microfiche records in Probate Court.

 

Internship Application

 

To express your interest, call or send a resume to:                      

Nathan Perani, Court Services Coordinator

Huron County Juvenile Court

2 East Main Street, Room 101

Norwalk, OH  44857

 

Phone: (419) 668-1616

Fax:     (419) 663-0944

Email address: nperani@hcjpc.com

 

Hours:  Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm