Junior State's Attorney program returns for 3rd year
8:57 PM, Mar 2, 2017
8:58 PM, Mar 2, 2017
BALTIMORE - The Baltimore State’s Attorney’s office is teaming up with Mayor’s office of employment to give Baltimore teens jobs this summer.
The Baltimore City Junior State’s Attorney Program is back for a third year. Students who are selected will also be part of Youth Works and paid for their time.
Marilyn Mosby says the program teaches young people about what it takes to work in the criminal justice system.
Teens get to get to see Baltimore police headquarters, go to court and attend law classes.
Any Baltimore City Public Schools ninth grader has until March 17 to apply.