Coconino County Juvenile Court Services


An intern will learn and obtain a working knowledge of:

  • the practices and procedures of a juvenile detention facility
  • juvenile court proceedings
  • human behavior and various social, economic ,and cultural backgrounds

An intern will develop the ability to:

  • deal impartially with individuals of various socioeconomic, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds
  • communicate effectively verbally and in writing
  • establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies, and the public


An intern's typical duties include working as a team member to carry out the following:

  • processing juveniles into the detention facility
  • communicating with parents, social agencies, and service providers regarding juveniles
  • observing and accurately recording behavior, attitude, and responses for the courts and other involved professionals appearing in court
  • counseling youths as needed
  • coordinating and controlling the movement and activities of detainees and supervising daily activities
  • providing instruction in social and life skills, physical exercises, academic skills, and crafts
  • maintaining detention records
  • performing routine receptionist and clerical duties


For more information, visit the organization’s website or contact Cassie Lightfoot at (928) 226-5211.