St. Johns County Clerk’s Office launches volunteer Clerk Ambassador Program

The St. Johns County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller’s Office is proud to announce the launch of our new Volunteer Clerk Ambassador Program.

ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. — The St. Johns County Clerk of the Circuit Court and County Comptroller announced its new Volunteer Clerk Ambassador Program on Fri., Jun. 6. The program allows residents to become actively involved in local government by providing those seeking clerk services with assistance by serving as administrative and informational liaisons.


The Clerk Ambassador Program allows volunteers to fill vital roles and contribute to the success of the organization. Volunteers may perform duties such as greeting those entering the judicial complex, assisting with wayfinding and serving as support during high-volume operations.

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“Government can be difficult to navigate and St. Johns County residents deserve a harmonious experience when obtaining services offered within the judicial complex,” Brandon J. Patty, Clerk of Courts and County Comptroller, said. “I am thrilled to welcome Clerk Ambassadors to serve alongside our dedicated group of deputy clerks fulfilling the office’s role in county government.”

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The Clerk’s Office is seeking customer-service-oriented ambassadors with flexible schedules and previous professional experience. All applicants will be screened for qualifications. Candidates whose applications match the volunteer requirements will be contacted for interviews and other pre-selection processes. To learn more about the program and apply, click here or call 904-819-3605.