You can apply for an internship at the coroner’s office if you are a current college or trade school student. Submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with a 500-word essay.
Your essay should:
One of the goals of the coroner’s office is to bring educational opportunities to the community, especially youth education. Deputy coroners conduct a Community Education Outreach Drug and Alcohol Awareness Program for local schools and community groups. The office also educates on the role of the county coroner as well as violence and crime prevention. Contact the coroner’s office if you are interested in educational programs.
The Allen County Coroner's Office supports college level "Internship" programs. One student is accepted per semester.
This is a non-paid program
Institution Requirements: The sponsoring institution must be at Junior College level or above. A professor must recommend the applicant by providing a written recommendation complete with a student resume. Documentation that the applicant is enrolled in an accredited course of study in a related field is also required.
Intern Requirements: The intern will need his/her own insured and dependable transportation, (Will include some death scene work and autopsy assignments). Computer skills with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access are necessary.
Important note: Since Coroner's deal with protected medical information and death investigations there are statutory penalties for disclosure of confidential information. Interns are required to agree with, and sign, an agreement prohibiting disclosure of confidential information protected by law. Interns are required to adhere to this agreement and could be prosecuted for violations for failure to do so.
Contact: Rebecca Stuttle, Deputy Coroner 260-449-7389 or email@example.com