Clackamas County Community Corrections Intern Program

Work with us.

Gain hands-on experience, learn about Community Corrections, and assist us in our work. 

Students and volunteers serving as Community Corrections Interns will perform specific job responsibilities that lead to practical work experiences related to the field — all while getting a chance to explore a career within the criminal justice system.

Types of Internships

Parole/Probation Officer

  • Prepare written reports and recommendations
  • Perform professional probation and parole casework in the investigation, counseling, adjustment, rehabilitation, and re-integration of adult offenders to include the exercise of limited Peace Officer powers
  • Do other work as required

Corrections Officer

  • Maintain security and public safety while monitoring the daily work activities of offenders in a residential center
  • Provide security checks of facilities and offenders
  • Maintain records of offender activities
  • Do other work as required

Counselor

  • Provide life-skills counseling and case-management services to assigned resident Screen residents for admission Conduct needs assessments and develop case plans Maintain security in a residential center Do other work as required

Victim Services

  • Provide assistance to victims of felony and misdemeanor crimes
  • Act as a liaison between the victim, Community Corrections, prosecutors and the community
  • Provide support and information to victims on criminal justice procedures and post adjudication conviction
  • Do other work as required

Community Service

  • Perform routine maintenance and cleaning of landscaped areas, recreation facilities and undeveloped grounds in parks owned, maintained or operated by Clackamas County

Entry-level positions

  • Positions in Community Corrections Aid, Community Corrections Tech and Admin Support Staff
  • Provide support to professionals in community service programs and projects that provide services to individuals with social economic, mental or physical disadvantages or who require supervision within the correctional system

Application Process and Guidelines

  • All applicants will need to complete an application, interview, reference checks, criminal history check and driving history check.
  • No illegal drug use (including marijuana) in the past 5 years. Initial UA will be taken.
  • All applicants must be at least 21 years of age at the time of their experience. Some considerations for those ages 18-20 may be made.
  • After being accepted for a student/volunteer position, a full-time staff member will provide orientation regarding the Community Corrections Department's policies and procedures, training, supervision and evaluation.
  • Student and volunteer positions are not entitled to any wages or any other remuneration or benefit in exchange for their time or the services they provide as a member of the program.
  • All student and volunteer positions have flexible days/hours. It is expected that persons accepted into these positions will be reliable, dependable and will carry themselves professionally. The minimum time commitment is 6 months and 16 hours per week. Certificates of completion will be awarded after 6 months or 424 hours of work.
  • All students and volunteers are accepted on a case by case basis.
Contact Us
Department Staff
Trish Elmer
Community Corrections Supervisor
503-655-8713

Phone:503-655-8603
Fax:503-650-8942

1024 Main St. Oregon City, OR 97045

Office Hours:

Parole & Probation Field Service Office:
1024 Main St.
Oregon City, Or 97045
ph. 503-655-8603
fax 503-650-8942
Hours: Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed at 3 p.m. on the 4th Tuesday of every month

Clackamas County Corrections Center:
9000 SE McBrod Ave.
Milwaukie, OR 97222
503-655-8262

Community Corrections Women's Center:
9200 SE McBrod Ave.
Milwaukie, OR 97222
503-722-6000

Transition Center
2219 Kaen Rd.
Oregon City, Or 97045
ph. 503-722-6199
fax 503-722-6177
Hours: CLOSED until further notice
 

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