Volunteer

 

at El Paso County Combined Court

and we’ll Jump for Joy !

 

Our volunteer program has been active for several years and we are determined to see this program grow and flourish.

WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

We have and have had volunteers from all walks of life; displaced homemakers, retirees, college students, novelists, military & military spouses, and all sorts of interested folks from our community.  Each volunteer and the reason they volunteer are as unique as each person.  If you are over 18, have a desire to learn more about our justice system, are reliable, want to make a difference in our community, are willing to be part of a team, and can dedicate at least 8 hours a week, please consider joining us. (To maintain building security each applicant is subject to a background check.)

HOW DO YOU BECOME PART OF OUR TEAM?

To apply for a volunteer position, please click here for our online application or call Cindy Curtis, our Volunteer Coordinator at (719) 448-7793 to set up an interview.

                                    WHAT TYPE OF WORK IS AVAILABLE?

Our volunteer CJA’s (Court Judicial Assistants) do a variety of tasks while working along side our employees.   Examples of tasks are providing information and assistance to the public, performing duties such as filing, research, and data entry, along with division and courtroom assistance.  Each area within our courthouse submits their volunteer needs to the volunteer coordinator.  As the volunteer coordinator processes the Volunteer Interest Form and  interviews the prospective volunteer, we strive to find the best possible match between the interests and desires of the applicant and the needs requested by the team or division.  If  you are interested in the openings we currently have please feel free to contact our volunteer coordinator and inquire.

BENEFITS OF VOLUNTEERING

There are numerous benefits to volunteering here are a few:

 

Help Provide Essential Services Faster

 Be an Active, Contributing Part of Your Community

Current Job Experience

Certificate of Volunteering after 3 months

Gain Knowledge of the Judicial System

Sharpen English Skills

Improve Clerical Skills

 

Also, we at El Paso County Combined Court provide a Volunteer Handbook, Orientation & Training, Volunteer Shirt after 6 months, ability to participate in Volunteer Appreciations, Courthouse Lunch & Learns, and a variety of activities. Apply today – just because you will love it!