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The Marion County Prosecutor's Office has an exciting internship program that is vital to the operation of the office. Interns are actively involved in projects that impact our community and assist in the administration of justice.
 
Law Student Internships
Internships are available for law students throughout the year. Pro bono opportunities are available for students who have completed at least their first semester of law school. Candidates must have an interest in the criminal justice system, possess excellent writing skills, strong interpersonal and organizational skills, manage time effectively and have a working knowledge of programs in Microsoft Office.
 
Interns should be prepared to commit to a minimum of eight hours per week during the fall and spring semesters during regular business hours of Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00p.m. During the summer interns are asked to commit to 40 hours a week during regular business hours. Academic credit for the internship, if desired, is arranged between the interns and their law school.
 
Current opportunities include internships in the following areas:
• Charging Division
• Grand Jury Division
• Level 6 Felony Unit
• Community Prosecution Division
• Juvenile Division
• Major Felony Division
 Special Victims Unit
 Special Crimes Unit
 Drug/Gangs/Guns Unit
 
Legal interns must attend a two day orientation program which is offered in January, May, and August. Interns who meet the requirements to become Certified Student Legal Interns as set forth in Admission and Discipline Rule 2.1(2.a)1 , will have the opportunity to participate in court proceedings, depositions and/or witness interviews.
 
Undergraduate Internships
Internship opportunities are also available for undergraduate students. Eligibility is not limited based on degree or major, but candidates must have an interest in the criminal justice system. Candidates should possess excellent writing skills, strong interpersonal skills, organizational skills, effective time management, and be knowledgeable with Microsoft Office programs.
 
Undergraduate internships are available throughout the year and require a minimum eight hour per week commitment during regular business hours of Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Academic credit for the internship, if desired, is arranged between the interns and their universities.
 
Interns attend a one day orientation program which is offered in January, May, and August. All interns are asked to commit to a two semester internship so that they are able to take full advantage of the educational opportunities offered by the internship.
 
Current opportunities include internships in the following areas:
• Communications
• Crime Analysis
• Domestic Violence Unit
• Truancy Prevention
• Community Prosecution Division
 
To apply: 
Students interested in applying for one of our internships are encouraged to send a resume and cover letter to Intern@indy.gov. Due to the high number of interested candidates we are unable to accept every applicant that applies.
 

Contact Information

251 E. Ohio St. Suite, 160
Indianapolis, IN 46204 
  Phone: (317) 327-3522
 
Fax: (317) 327-3531
    
Good Government Hotline:
(317) 327-2700