If you are a college student or graduate student that is interested in a non-paid internship, please contact Probation Supervisor, Norman Mueller at 724-830-4202 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internships with the Westmoreland County Juvenile Probation Office afford students pursuing degrees in the Social Sciences an opportunity to gain hands on experience in the field of Juvenile Justice.
Interns may assist Juvenile Probation Officers with their responsibilities which can include the following:
Participate with assessments of juveniles and families during the intake process
Assist Juvenile Probation Officers in preparing for and attending Court proceedings
Meet with families to implement case planning
Meet with youth within communities to monitor their progress
Accompany Juvenile Probation Officers to meet with youth placed outside of the home
Assist the Community Based Monitoring and Restoration Officers to learn about the use of electronic home monitoring
Serve as a mentor to youth as a member of our Youth Commission
Obtain approval from your school
Submit a copy of a liability insurance policy from your school
Submit to a drug test
Submit a copy of your current health insurance card
Submit a copy of your valid driver’s license
Participate in an interview with a Probation Supervisor