WORCESTER, Mass. — Jessica M. Boulet, a Clark University student from Lewiston, completed an internship at the Worcester District Attorney’s Office with funding from the Theodore H. Barth Foundation.

Boulet tracked down accident reports, wrote death memos and performed clerical tasks for defense attorneys. She also sat in on trials and observed police interviews with suspects.

“I discovered that I am really intrigued by the investigation process, as well as analyzing the behavior of criminal defendants,” said Boulet. “This clarified that my career interests lie in the field of forensic psychology, where I will be able to use psychological testing and treatment methods in the criminal justice system.”

Boulet is a member of the Class of 2019 at Clark. She majors in psychology, with a concentration in law and society. She is a member of the club ice hockey team, the Student Alumni Relations Committee, and is on the Mock Trial team. Boulet plans to pursue a graduate degree in clinical psychology.

Boulet is a 2015 graduate of Saint Dominic Academy.

 Jessica Boulet, right, of Lewiston, poses with Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.

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