The internship will involve working the equivalent of two days per week in Bangor for 14 weeks during the spring of 2024. The intern will be assigned to the office of the Maine Attorney General, focused on child protection cases. Six academic credit hours are granted for the internship.
Applications are open to all UMaine juniors and seniors regardless of major. Candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check and a child protective background check. Interviews will be set up via email, so please be sure to check your account regularly. For more information, contact Prof. Ballingall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications are due Thursday, October 26.