Volunteer & Internship

*** Due to Covid 19, we are not currently accepting applications for criminal justice internships/voluntueers, but we continue to accept applications for graduate counseling internships.

Please check this page for updates.

Thank you.  

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 Ken Rolfe 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.