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AZ Attorney General searching for interns from ASU

The Community Outreach and Education Division of the Arizona Attorney General's Office is seeking highly motivated students from the Arizona State University.

If learning about things like human smuggling and civil rights violations sounds interesting, you may want to consider applying to be an intern for the Arizona Attorney General’s Office in the Community Outreach and Education Division. This specific department is looking for highly motivated students from our school.

This opportunity will provide the interns with knowledge of Arizona's statewide Crime Prevention and Education initiatives. The types of Programs include:

• Identity Theft

• Vulnerable Adult Abuse

• Consumer Fraud/Consumer Scams

• Internet Safety and Substance Abuse

• Human smuggling

• Civil Right Violations

• Veteran Services

• White collar crimes

• Youth tobacco enforcement

• Internet Crimes

• Life Care Planning


These positions are non-paid and have the status as volunteer. The number of hours must meet the minimum established by the University for credit if applicable; however, the hours and days are negotiable depending on the interns' availability. The hours will typically between 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. All interns must complete a training-orientation. In addition, all interns will be required to submit to an oral interview and a background investigation.


* Minimum G.P.A. 2.75

* Currently enrolled in college or university

* Taking a course of study relevant to the internship openings

* Applicants must be fingerprinted and pass a criminal background check prior to acceptance into the program


Opportunities that interns will have:

Resume Review Session

By taking part in a Resume Review Session you can present your resume to multiple coordinators within COED. They will provide you with helpful feedback on ways to improve your resume for future employment endeavors.

Job Shadowing

The Office of the Arizona Attorney General is made up of various divisions across numerous specialties. Depending on what your interests are we can set some time aside for you to shadow someone in another division.

Sit-Down with Attorney General Tom Horne

Sit down with Attorney General Tom Horne for an opportunity to have a question and answer session with him about information related to his career as Attorney General, his career path that led him to this position, and any advice that he could offer you with your career choices.

Attend Court/Legislature

With a community outreach coordinator you can have the opportunity to attend one of the following: Going to the Supreme Court would give you to hear oral arguments. A day at Vets court; observe cases involving Veteran defendants. Or spend the day at the House and Senate when it is in session to hear new legislation.

If you are interested in applying, please submit your resume to


Evelyn Robles

Community Outreach and Education Coordinator

Office of the Arizona Attorney General

1275 W. Washington St.

Phoenix, AZ 85007


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