Volunteer & Internship

Washington County Community Corrections has many opportunities for volunteer service and educational internships.  Volunteers and interns serve our 3 divisions: Parole & Probation, Counseling & Victims' Services (CVS), and the Community Corrections Center.

Parole & Probation Volunteering & Internships

Are you interested in working in Parole and Probation? 

Our department is a great place to fulfill internship requirements for criminal justice, social work, and other related college programs.  We require that all interns/volunteers be within one year of obtaining an associates or bachelor's degree or have already earned an associates, bachelor's degree or higher.

If you are interested in a criminal justice internship, please e-mail Michael Mollahan with an e-mail cover letter expressing what you would like to do for the department and he will respond to you with next steps.   

Counseling & Victims' Services (CVS) Counseling Internships & Volunteering

If you are a graduate student in a masters or doctoral level counseling program, please consider fulfilling your practicum and/or internship requirements through our CVS program. Counselors at our site experience a wide range of client issues, including systemic insight and understanding of criminality, harm, and healing as well as general mental health issues. Our clinic is a hands-on classroom where student counselors are well-supported, encouraged, and inspired to grow and develop the art of therapy.

E-mail Marci Nelson if you are interested in applying with the Counseling & Victims' Services Program.

Community Corrections Center Volunteering & Internships

Are you interested in working in our Community Corrections Center?

The CCC is a great place to learn about residential corrections programs and to fulfill internship requirements for criminal justice, social work, and other related college programs. We require that all interns/volunteers be within one year of obtaining an associates or bachelor's degree or have already earned an associates, bachelor's degree or higher.

If you are interested in a dynamic internship or volunteer experience within a minimum-security residential corrections setting, please e-mail to Sam Hadley with an e-mail cover letter expressing what you would like to do for the department and he will respond to you with next steps.