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Senior Justice Center

Become An Intern

Interested in an internship at the UALR Senior Justice Center?

If you have an interest in helping us fight elder crime, please call our hotline (501 683 7153) to arrange a time to chat with us about current internships available.  Interested students can be any major since our efforts to address elder crime include skills connected with any college student.

Internships begin with the summer and fall semesters, students receive a grade at the end of each semester for the work they perform while interning for the Senior Justice Center.  We ask for prospective interns to submit four documents (listed below).  Using these four documents, the Senior Justice Center Director and office manager select the top applicants to come visit with us during an interview.  After the interview process, the interns for the upcoming semester will be selected and notified.

  • Interns at the Senior Justice Center complete research, operate our hotline, present at scholarly conferences and community seminars, participate in local events (like annual AETN fundraisers), and a variety of other interesting and educational projects/opportunities are offered as well.
  • Our interns have moved on to exciting careers and obtained scholarships as well as valuable training and professional experience - ideal for resume enhancement.  Please, carefully look over our website to learn more about us and all of the exciting ways you can help us fight elder crime.

Call us to learn more about how interning at the Senior Justice Center can benefit you now and during your future job searches!

Intern Josh Logan meets Senators Obama and McCainSJC Logo Kim Woodward and Dr. Montague at the 2008 Arkansas Aging Conference

Below is a list of the four documents required to be considered for Senior Justice Internship Programs:

  1. Resume
  2. Writing Sample
  3. Letter of Recommendation
  4. Copy of transcript (from BOSS)

These documents can be brought to Ross Hall, Room #529; faxed to the Criminal Justice Department (501 569 3075); or electronically submitted to the Senior Justice Center (

If you have any questions, please email our office manager or call the phone number listed above.

Updated 6.30.2010