Dear Intern Candidate:
Thank you for your interest in the Court Services Unit's Intern Program.
As a volunteer intern with the Arlington Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court, you will have a unique opportunity to gain real-work experience serving the youth, adults and families of Arlington. Our interns interact with Court staff, judges, lawyers, schools, and social service agencies.
You may print and fill out the application and return to me at the address above. Notice that there are four reference letters that you must give to friends and associates to fill out. Because the references are vital to the application process, please make sure that your contacts return these forms to me as soon as possible. Completion of the application does not guarantee an internship. Internships are competitive, as there are only so many positions available at any given time. The earlier the application is completed and returned the better the chance of securing one of the positions. All interns are required to undergo a NCIC criminal background and D.M.V. check.
I look forward to hearing from you soon. Sincerely,
Erick T. King
eking (at) arlingtonva.us
Intern Program Coordinator
Responsibilities: maintain social files and contact logs, attend court hearings, correspond with clients and service providers, refer clients to court-ordered treatment programs, draft follow up correspondence. Spanish language ability is a plus.
Responsibilities: attend court hearings and advisory notices, maintain social files and contact logs, contact service providers, and correspond with clients and their families. Spanish language ability is a plus.
Responsibilities: Develop relationships with court-involved youths; provide positive influence, academic tutoring.
Please mail or deliver this application to:
Erick T. King, Intern Coordinator
Arlington Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court
1425 North Courthouse Road, Suite 5100
Arlington, Virginia 22201
Work with staff and residents during weekday evenings to address academic issues. You can help residents achieve academic success!. Hours and times are flexible.
Responsibilities: supporting residents with academic issues. You will also serve as a mentor and role model for the residents. Additional opportunities may include staff support, attending court hearings, preparing written reports, coordinating the monthly Argus House newsletter and administrative duties.
You can contribute to the efforts of the Argus House Boys Group Home while gaining administrative skills. Duties include answering phone calls, filing, dealing with the public, typing, and using the computer to enter data and draft documents. Hours are flexible and our site is metro accessible!
Click on the following link for an Argus House Intern or Volunteer application. For further information: Contact Chris Edmonds at 703-228-3944.
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Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court
1425 N. Courthouse Rd., Suite 5100
Arlington, VA 22201
Email: jdrcourt (at) arlingtonva.us