The Job Shadow Program is designed to provide an opportunity for high school students to explore career interests and vocational skills by "shadowing" a Judicial Branch employee during a workday. Students are matched with a mentor at a location as near as possible to their school. To allow students ample time to explore their areas of interest and receive one-on-one instruction, we are accepting one student for each position.
Preparation for Job Shadow Day - School Visit
At least one week prior to Job Shadow Day, the Job Shadow staff may meet with the students at their school to discuss the following:
2016 Job Shadow Positions will be posted in January.
Journey from school to work
Observe employees in action
Build career interest
Shadow a mentor while performing new task
Have an opportunity to explore a variety of career choices
Acquire knowledge about the positions within the Judicial Branch
Develop an understanding of the role and function of the Judicial Branch
Obtain skills in different disciplines
Work with people of different cultures and backgrounds