Caring Youth Specialist eager to help kids improve behaviors, social skills and educational capabilities. Observant and skilled team player successful at responding to crisis situations and providing emergency support.
K - 5th IA for the Rise Program.
The Juvenile Probation Department offers an unpaid internship program for undergraduate and graduate (non-clinical) college students. Fields of study include criminal justice, public policy, industrial organizational psychology, sociology, political science and education. Our Internship program is composed of three semesters: spring, summer and fall. Each semester runs on average 12-15 weeks depending on the semester of enrollment. The program offers courtroom and case management experience, as well as research and advocacy opportunities. In addition, the students have an opportunity to shadow our Field Officers and learn about our different specialized units.
The program provides students with an overview of department policies, procedures and court processes. Depending on where the student is assigned to, the on-the-job training consists of working with an assigned field probation officer and their families to observe as well as perform job duties which could include interviewing probationers, scoring risks and needs assessments, conducting field visits, attending court hearings, preparing court documents, attending IEP meetings or working with probationers on Intensive Probation. All of the above mentioned is done under the supervision of the probation officer.
Paraprofessional Educator Endorsement
October 2019 to June 2025
PreKindergarten through Age 21
Certificate of Policing
December 2019 to Present
The Certification in Policing is one of the only programs that consist of courses specific to the critical analysis on police culture, officer decision-making, and community-based ideas for change. This certification will bridge the rigor and critical thinking skills expected in a sociology and criminal justice academic program with the issues and concerns currently affecting police and criminal justice-related institutions.
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