Help us prepare for online event
NORTH CAROLINA MOCK TRIAL PROGRAM
The North Carolina Mock Trial Program is looking for volunteers to join a Zoom call to help us prepare for/simulate our upcoming online educational competition for NC high school students. This is an opportunity for our competition administrators (lawyers and paralegals from across North Carolina) to practice managing breakouts and more on Zoom before our competition. No prep or mock trial experience required! The North Carolina Mock Trial Program will need volunteers (NOT affiliated with any participating HS mock trial team) to help as 'students'/'judges'/'jurors'/ courtroom liaisons; no preparation needed. Law students/college students/paralegals/teachers/ former mockers/attorneys/all interested volunteers welcome. We ask that volunteers join the call from a laptop computer. Please let us know if you can help any of these times/dates: November 20 from 5 - 6 pm December 3 from 5 - 6 pm December 8 from 5- 6 pm HOW: Please reach out to email@example.com to volunteer to help for an hour. We would so appreciate your time! Zoom link and role information to be provided.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About NORTH CAROLINA MOCK TRIAL PROGRAM
PO BOX 87429, FAYETTEVILLE, NC 28304, US
The North Carolina Mock Trial Program believes that teaching high school students about our justice system and trial-by-jury is crucial to preserving our rights as citizens. Our mission is to create engaged citizens through the hands-on learning activity of mock trial, thereby enabling students to gain the civic understanding, self-confidence, analytical reasoning, and communications skills that are vital for tomorrow’s leaders.
The North Carolina Mock Trial Program, a 501c3, administers the NCAJ High School Mock Trial Regional and State Final Competitions and an annual mock trial summer camp to educate North Carolinian high school students about our system of justice and trial by jury. These programs connect student teams with attorney coaches who prepare them for competition. Students develop public speaking and critical thinking skills that will serve them well throughout their lives.