The Hawaii State Courts are a great place to get an introduction to the legal system. We work in courts in several different levels of the judiciary including county and state positions. As well as performing in-court duties, we have options to work outside of or alongside the courts supporting the community in legal matters.
There is some flexibility to combine in job duties and we will match your skill set to the options available.
Some specific areas of involvement include:
Kid’s First, an education program for families going through divorce, needs caring and reliable people to facilitate children's groups. Facilitators must be good communicators, get along well with children (ages 6 to 17) and be able to volunteer for two (2) hours during one evening each month. If you are interested in becoming a Kids First facilitator, please contact one of the program coordinators listed below.
Project Visitation helps to maintain the relationship between siblings who are living in separate foster homes by bringing them together for monthly visitations. Social workers refer cases of separated foster siblings to the program.
Trained interns appointed by the court to represent the best interests of a child in a child abuse or neglect case. Must be at least 20 years old: serve as fact-finders, advocates, and monitors for children in need.