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Internships at the Circuit Court

The Montgomery County Circuit Court offers unpaid internships for students of high school and college age, with opportunities available during the summer and/or the school year. Student Service Learning (SSL) hours can be earned, if applicable.

Internships require independent workers who communicate well, are organized, and can follow written and verbal instructions. Applicants must be committed to the internship, as well as show motivation, initiative, punctuality and reliability, and the ability to maintain professionalism. Interns work in conjunction with several offices and may be placed in offices throughout the court as needed. The internship program does not provide direct working relationships with judges, attorneys, or opportunities to assist in courtrooms.

If you are considering an internship for the summer, we are looking for applicants that are available for a commitment of six uninterrupted weeks from mid-June through August, with flexibility for camps, vacations, and other obligations. Applicants must be available three to five days per week, Monday through Friday, between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. A minimum of four hours per day is required.

If you are interested in applying for an internship during the school year, applicants will be required to work a minimum of three days a week for three hours each day.

Download more information about the Circuit Court's Voluntary Internship Program (PDF)

Complete an online application to be considered for an internship (PDF)

Be sure to download the completed application and save it to your personal computer or laptop before emailing it to QCInternship@mcccourt.com.

 

Interns

The deadline to submit documents for the Summer Internship Program is March 31 of each year, with interviews beginning mid-April.

School-year internship applications are processed on a continual basis, with interviews scheduled as needed.

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