Employment and Internship Opportunities
The Yolo County District Attorney welcomes you to our employment opportunities page. Applications are only provided for recruitments which are currently open. We do not accept resumes unless it is otherwise noted on the Job Listing. To fill out and submit an online job application, please visit: Yolo County Human Resources Employment Opportunities
Filing Information & Deadlines
If you are interested in a fall part time internship, please apply, as outlined below, between May 1-June 15. You must commit to 12+ hours/week and also commit to working in the fall and spring semesters.
If you are interested in a spring part time internship, please apply between September 1-October 15.
If you are interested in volunteering as an attorney for experience, you may also submit an application. We do not have a formal post-bar internship program, but we do accept post-bar volunteers. For all attorney and post-bar volunteers we ask for a 40 hour/week commitment for a minimum of four months. If you are taking the July Bar, please submit an application to us no earlier than April 15.
When submitting an application for any position, please include a resume and cover letter. In the cover letter please discuss why you want to work at a DA’s office and why you want to work at the Yolo County DA’s office. Also, tell us when you can start, how many hours/week you can volunteer, and for how many months you can volunteer (keeping in mind the requirements outlined above).
If you are interested in our Summer/Fall legal internship program, we will be interviewing at OCI at McGeorge and King Hall in the Spring. The commitment is full time over the summer and part time in the fall. If you do not attend McGeorge or King Hall, you may submit a cover letter and resume between March 1-30.Send letters to Chief Deputy District Attorney Jonathan Raven at email@example.com.
Victim Services Internship Opportunities
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Filing Information & Deadlines
The Yolo County District Attorney's Office Victim Services Program is always seeking potential intern/volunteers resumes, accompanied by a letter of interest. Victim Services Interns/Volunteers will obtain an intricate experience and hands on approach to observing and being part of criminal court cases and the process of the criminal justice system. They will have continuous contact with local law enforcement agencies, criminal prosecutors, local government and non-profit based advocates and the clients they serve. Most of the clients served, whom are in the process of working through a victimization of a violent crime.
The job duties of Victim Services Program Interns/Volunteers consist of: Court Coverage; locating case status/disposition as well as Warrant case status; data entry; assisting with preparation of mailed documents to victim service clients; doing the work up and submittal for California Victims of Crime applications; filing files and documents; photo copying brochures and documents as requested by the advocates and other job duties as assigned and directed.
Please contact Victim Services Program Manager Laura Valdes at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office is proud to have a thriving volunteer program. Our volunteers range from college students to retired veterans and they all serve a very important purpose assisting many departments throughout our office. If you would be interesting in volunteering, please contact Vicki Guerrero at (530) 666-8413 or send her an email at email@example.com.
Read What Current and Past Interns Have to Say About Their Experience
The District Attorney's Office is a great place to volunteer. I sincerely believe in the work they do daily. I've personally witnessed the passion the attorneys, investigators, and social workers have as they speak about their cases. They know the importance of their jobs and are truly helping people by their commitment to ensuring that justice is done and providing assistance to victims. It is easy to align myself with such a good cause.
In addition to being able to be part of this gratifying work, it has been my experience that the regular employees (including District Attorney Jeff Reisig) go out of their way, through words and actions, to make sure I know my volunteer time is appreciated. It is unusual to find such a positive atmosphere of gratitude and teamwork.
- Pat Snyder
I became a volunteer so that I could give something back to our community. Since becoming a volunteer I have had the opportunity to observe the inner workings of the District Attorney’s Office. I have skills that I can offer that are needed and appreciated. I enjoy working with the full time personnel. As a volunteer I offer my time when I can. It is a rewarding experience. I have resided in Yolo County for 40 plus years. I have reaped the benefits of living here and now I have the opportunity to give something of myself back to the community.
- Chuck Mitchell
I enjoy volunteering because I am doing work that is completely foreign from anything I've done in my career. It feels nice that even at age 73, I am learning new and exciting things. All of the people here are very nice and easy to work with.
- Andy Nantz