We are currently accepting applications for Spring Semester 2024
Participants in our Volunteer Undergraduate Internship Program have numerous opportunities to explore the workings of the criminal justice system. Interns will be encouraged to observe court proceedings and interact with our staff.
Tasks assigned to undergraduate interns will include filing, shredding, archiving, maintaining lists and databases, answering phones, and other clerical support duties.
Successful candidates should be motivated and able to work on a variety of projects. Prospective interns should have strong communication and interpersonal skills; display a sincere interest in exploring a career in the law or criminal justice; and must be eager to learn and contribute in a fast-paced environment.
Application Deadlines for Volunteer Undergraduate Internship Positions:
- Fall Semester- August 11
- Spring Semester- November 11
- Summer- March 11
District Attorney Cruz is committed to recruiting and retaining staff that reflects the diversity of the multicultural community that we serve. The Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office affords equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, sexual identity or expression, genetics, national origin, age, disability, pregnancy, political affiliation, veteran status or any other status that is protected by local, state or federal law.