Shadowing, Internships & Volunteers
The Department of Justice offers a
variety of opportunities for internships, job shadows, and
volunteers. Opportunities are available in a variety of
professions such as:
attorneys, paralegals, social workers, and support staff, and
in a variety of areas of the law such as: civil, criminal, and
fraud and consumer protection. The Department of Justice has
office locations at Wilmington, Dover and Georgetown.
Opportunities are available at each office location.
Internships- Internships provide the
opportunity for students to supplement their education by
gaining supervised practical experience with a professional in
their area of study. Internships generally coincide with
school semesters. Interns may earn credits toward their
education or community service credit.
Job Shadows- Job shadowing permits
individuals to spend a day with a professional host to observe
the host's typical daily activities, so the individual can
explore interest in a particular profession. Job shadows can
be arranged individually or groups.
Volunteers- Volunteers provide much needed
services to the Office and public. The Department of Justice
welcomes volunteer attorney, paralegals, social workers, and
support staff. The Department strives to identify
opportunities based on the volunteer's area of interest and
Individuals interested in
clerkships, internships, job shadowing, or volunteering with
the Department of Justice should send a resume and cover
letter, including area and location of interest, to:
of Human Resources
Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General
Carvel State Building, 6th Floor
820 N. French St.
Wilmington, DE 19801
Fax: (302) 577-5866