Summer 2023 Internship Program
The South Carolina Attorney General’s Office offers an internship program for students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at an accredited academic institution. Interns will have an opportunity to gain hands-on knowledge of the Office while conducting research, providing administrative support, and attending court hearings, depositions, or trials as schedules permit. Interns must work at least 15 but no more than 25 hours per week. Law Clerk students seeking law clerk opportunities should apply through the Law Clerk Program.
All student positions will report to our office in downtown Columbia. We are not offering remote positions at this time.
The Office will accept applications from January 16, 2023, until 5:00 pm on January 27, 2023. No applications will be accepted after the deadline.
Interested applicants must submit the following:
- State of South Carolina employment application
- Cover Letter addressed to Katie Elliott, Human Resources Director
Applicants should upload each document to the Attorney General’s Office website using the form below. All documents should be in pdf format saved with the following document titles:
Applications not submitted in pdf format will not be considered. All documents must be uploaded at one time. Applicants will not have an opportunity to save a portion of their application and return later to submit the remaining documents.
All applicants are required to submit to standard background checks that include a criminal history check, driver’s license check, and a drug screening. Interns assigned to the Prosecution/State Grand Jury Section must take an oath of secrecy and may be required to complete and pass a more extensive background check. Interns so sworn must keep the confidence of the state grand jury and not disclose the testimony of a witness or other evidence received by it to anyone except as authorized by law. Interns must maintain confidentiality even beyond the duration of their employment with this Office.
Announcement of Acceptance
The Office will begin accepting applications according to the following schedule:
Fall Semester Program: June 1, 2023 - June 30, 2023
Any outside employment and/or activities are subject to agency approval and must be disclosed as soon as possible to ensure no conflict of interest.
Internships must end at the conclusion of the student’s final semester. Upon the end of the internship, the Office can make no obligation to hire interns as permanent or non-permanent employees. All interns serve at-will.