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​Volunteer Opportunities

The Learning Center invites you to help educate students and the public about Michigan's judicial branch of government. 

 

Volunteers positions include:

  • ​Docents (tour guides).
  • Moot court coaches (legal training/experience required).
  • Special projects, on a limited basis.
 
Schedules are flexible within a Monday–Friday work week. Volunteers commit to at least eight hours of service each month.
 
Prospective volunteers must submit an application (below) and meet the eligibility requirements of the Michigan Supreme Court. Those who qualify must successfully complete orientation sessions and follow the policies and procedures outlined in the Volunteer Handbook.

For more information, contact Rachael Drenovsky at 517-373-5027.

About THe Learning Center & Hall of Justice



To Apply 

Please complete and email, mail, or fax the required application with background check: ​


 LCVolunteerApp.pdfLCVolunteerApp.pdf.


The application is a fillable form. This means you may type and then save the completed form to your computer or other device. Then, you may email it back as an attachment. Note: Be sure to go to File > Save As and rename the form; otherwise, the saved form will be blank.


Michigan Supreme Court Learning Center
Volunteer Program

Michigan Hall of Justice
P.O. Box 30048​​

Lansing, MI 48909

Fax: 517–373–7615 

Email: drenovskyr@courts.mi.gov

 

MSC Learning Center

Michigan Hall of Justice

925 W. Ottawa Street

Lansing, MI 48915

Phone: (517) 373-7171

Fax: (517) 373-7615

 

Rachael Drenovsky drenovskyr@courts.mi.gov

Amy Feinauer
feinauera@courts.mi.gov