Internship Information and Forms

Internship Opportunities

The St. Johns County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller Clerk Internship Program is an internship designed to expose college students and high school juniors and seniors, ages 16 and up, to a career in local government. The goal of the program is to educate the student on the many facets of the Clerk of Courts and Comptroller’s office. This program will allow students to learn the vital roles the Clerk’s office provides to residents by maintaining official records, collecting and distributing county funds, and many other important functions performed to assist the judiciary in court proceedings.

St. Johns County Clerk of Circuit Court and Comptroller offers both a paid and volunteer internship program. The volunteer program gives students an opportunity to earn community service hours by performing clerical and customer service duties in a challenging work environment. Volunteers meeting the requirements of the program may also receive a special Certificate of Achievement to add to their college application packet. The paid program allows students to earn an hourly wage with a flexible work schedule to accommodate other obligations.

A commitment of at least four weeks is required. For more information, please call 904-819-3605 or e-mail the Human Resources Department at cochumanresources@stjohnsclerk.com.

To apply to the program, complete the following application, questionnaire and recommendation forms and submit them to the email listed above.