College students have the opportunity to learn about public service and gain valuable, real-world experience by participating in the Attorney General’s Internship Program.
Some interns may be able to arrange for college credit for their internship, depending upon the requirements of their college or university.
Internships are unpaid positions.
Applicants are asked to complete an intern application.
The deadline to receive applications for summer internships is May 1. The deadline for fall internships is September 2. The deadline for spring internships is December 1. Those interested in intern positions should apply as soon as possible. Positions are limited.
Internships in the News
Intern Brown Bags and Tours
Interns tour The Old State House.
Interns tour cyber crimes forensic laboratory at the Attorney General's office.
Interns learn about appeal and executions from Criminal Department Deputy Attorney General Darnisa Johnson.