Volunteer Recruiting Page
Volunteers will have an opportunity to increase the public's understanding of the Third Branch of government. The Florida Supreme Court is looking for volunteers to assist with Educational Programs for visiting school groups. Volunteering at the Florida Supreme Court is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills while meeting new people from around Florida.
Trainings are conducted as needed. For more information please contact Emilie Rietow at 850.921.9446 or by E-mail: email@example.com
Public Outreach Internship
The Florida Supreme Court's Public Information Office offers an unpaid Internship opportunity for college students to assist with the tour program and support the work of the communications office. Please contact our office for details.
Volunteers and Interns receive
- Comprehensive training for conducting Supreme Court tours
- Curriculum materials on the background and function of the judicial system
- On-site support from Supreme Court staff
- READ THE VOLUNTEER MANUAL
About the Program
The Supreme Court Docent Program was established May 23, 1994, by the Board of Trustees of the Florida Supreme Court Historical Society as a committee of the Historical Society. The purpose of the Docent Program was to provide scheduled educational tours and programs at the Florida Supreme Court for students and visitors.
Today, the Docent Program has been combined with the Supreme Court Law-Related Education Program to expand its scope and depth of educational tours and programs offered by the Court. Currently, the Court is recruiting volunteers to be a part of our tours program.