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Through an internship or volunteer experiences you may find the key to a career field or a way to give service to your community.

 

Butte County District Attorney Volunteer and Internship Opportunities

The Butte County District Attorney’s Office is currently offering volunteer and internship opportunities in the Victim Witness Assistance Center and in the Investigations Bureau.  Student interns will get the opportunity to test out your interest in a career field, school credit, valuable experience for your resume and a chance to build a network of contacts for future job hunting.  Volunteers will get the opportunity to participate in service to your community in a very meaningful way.

Duties vary in each unit and are subject to change.  Expectations will be discussed during the interview process.  Once selected, the volunteer/intern will be assigned duties and responsibilities by the unit supervisor.  An orientation will consist of the confidential nature of all phases of the program or unit; the volunteer’s/intern’s commitment to the program, especially as it relates to a time commitment, the drug-free, alcohol-free and smoke-free policies of the county; the specific job expectations and receipt of the Policy and Procedure Manual for Volunteers and Interns.

General attributes for volunteers and interns include:

  • Maintain a positive relationship with their superior and staff;
  • The ability to deal with others without creating offense;
  • The ability to accept constructive criticism;
  • Demonstration of reliability and responsibility; and
  • Exercising good judgment, using initiative and being truthful and honest.

Volunteer/intern services may be terminated at any time by the volunteer/intern or by the District Attorney’s Office, if either feels it is not working out.

The office is open Monday through Friday from 8AM to 5PM and closed all major holidays.  Hours are flexible for volunteers and interns.

Volunteer/Intern Job Description

Application options:

  • Complete the application and Live Scan Document online.

                             On Line Application      On Line Live Scan Form

  • Download the Volunteer/Intern Application and the Information needed for the Live Scan Fingerprinting Appointment forms, complete them and mail them to our office. Please include a cover letter and a resume.

                             Application Download      Live Scan Form Download

  • Call 530-538-7462 to request the forms mailed to you. Then complete them and mail them to our office. Please include a cover letter and a resume.

All applicants are required to complete and successfully pass a civilian background investigations, including fingerprinting, prior to acceptance.

 

Materials may be mailed to:

Office of the District Attorney

c/o Lori Stock

25 County Center Drive, Suite 245

Oroville, CA  95965.

Email to lstock@buttecounty.net     

Fax 530-538-7071

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNS

Interns must be available to work a minimum of eight hours per week during normal business hours.

 

 

 


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