ATLANTA – College Students: The State Board of Pardons and Paroles is seeking interns in January for the winter 2024 semester. Paid internships are available now.
Chris Barnett, executive director of the State Board of Pardons and Paroles, says successful applicants grow professionally while getting paid.
“We are pleased to offer this opportunity to interested college students who meet our criteria,” Barnett said. “Interns will be exposed to not only a broad range of law enforcement areas, but also traditional business functions.”
“The Georgia Parole Board is one of the state’s premier agencies. Successful applicants learn from real professionals. I would like to thank our board members for their support of the paid internship program.”
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The State Board of Pardons and Paroles Internship Program aims to provide interns with a unique, diverse approach to gain insight into and learn about specialty areas within a law enforcement agency. Interns have the opportunity to work in various departments and units across the agency, including human resources, budget, victim services, clemency and field operations.
Board officials say they are seeking dynamic, energetic interns who are eager to assist work units with assigned projects and tasks. Successful interns assist supervisors, engage with upcoming projects, support ongoing campaigns, provide administrative assistance, provide technical assistance to customers and employees, review and process transactions, and ensure compliance with regulatory procedures and policies in their assigned area.
Students must be U.S. citizens or lawful aliens and in good standing. You must have a grade point average of at least 2.5 and have a recommendation from a faculty member.