The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Community Outreach and Education Section is seeking highly motivated students currently enrolled in college courses. This opportunity will provide the interns with knowledge of Arizona's statewide Crime Prevention and Education initiatives. Community Outreach and Education interns must have exceptional customer service skills as they will have direct contact with constituents. Interns receive training in best practices for answering constituent questions and concerns related to fraud, identity theft, and many other issues throughout their internship. Freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors in college are encouraged to apply.
Interns are expected to perform a wide variety of duties including: answering constituent phone calls, handling mail/email, assist coordinators with special projects, researching current data trends, and have the opportunity to job shadow and attend office related events.
The types of programs include:
· Identity theft
· E-Cigarette Awareness
· Consumer fraud/Consumer scams
· Internet Safety & Cyber-Bullying
· Human trafficking
· Suicide Awareness and Prevention
· Opioid Awareness and Prevention
· Young Consumers
· Life Care Planning
To apply: Please visit the AZStateJobs website.