APEX Fellowship | Noah Golovan
Major: Political Science, Philosophy
Class Year: 2023
Organization: Stow Municipal Court Hospital
Interning at Stow Municipal Court House, I will be assisting the bailiff in courthouse routines, including traffic court and arraignment, as well as doing legal research for the presiding Judge.
Posted in Comments Enabled, Experiential Learning Showcase 2022 on November 16, 2022.
8 responses to “APEX Fellowship | Noah Golovan”
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Noah – Thanks for sharing your experiences — sounds like a wonderful opportunity. Neat to hear that you assumed role of bailiff at times…a great learning opportunity!
How awesome that you were able to experience a live courtroom in-depth, but also awesome to take on such important responsibilities. I am excited to see what you do next.
What a great experience – thank you for sharing Noah!
What advise do you have for other students about overcoming anxiety to step into professional roles?
Thank you so much, Bryan!
Thanks for sharing your experience. I’m glad you had the opportunity to refine your education and career goals as a result.
So fun to hear about your summer work! It sounds like you were able to get some amazing experiences.
Noah, great presentation on what seems to have been a great experience. Super cool to see the photos of you in the courtroom. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you for all the thoughtful words everyone! To answer Dr Sobeck’s question, the advise I would give to students about overcoming anxiety when stepping into professional roles is just that, that they are students! Remember that you are there to learn, and it’s okay to ask questions. Just hold yourself to a professional standard, and be okay with the learning process, which includes the occasional mistake!