Child Advocacy Intern
Date Available: Ongoing
Duration: Open Enrollment
Requirements: Candidates should be majoring in human service, psychology, sociology, criminal justice or liberal arts. Basic computer skills including Microsoft Word and Internet research, and have good written and verbal skills. Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation to travel within Oneida & Herkimer Counties. Must be reliable, objective and have the ability to talk with all kinds of people, some of whom will be dealing with difficult issues.
Description: Assists Director of Advocacy services with CASA, and Child Custody Advocate Program. Participate in observation of Family Court, Model Court, and Treatment Court.