Teen Court Volunteers

Teen Court is composed of volunteer teenagers from local middle schools and high schools. They serve as jurors, bailiffs, and attorneys. Teens between the ages of 13 and 18 can become volunteers.

Teen Volunteer Benefits

What are the benefits of being a teen volunteer?

  • Your service makes a difference in the lives of your peers and in the community
  • Help other teens learn from their mistakes
  • Ensure your peers get fair consequences
  • Learn how the legal system works
  • Get a head start on a career in law or law enforcement with hands-on experience
  • Gain self-confidence and practice public speaking by becoming a Teen Court attorney
  • Fulfill your high school community service requirements
  • Teen Court provides reference letters for scholarships, college applications, etc.

Adult Volunteers

What are the benefits of being an adult volunteer? 

  • Volunteering at Teen Court is a great way to give back to the community
  • Teen Court adult volunteers teach youth how the legal system works
  • Adult volunteers preside over Teen Court hearings to make sure the hearings run smoothly


If you are interested in being a volunteer, please call the office or send an email to the Teen Court.

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