Ken Paxton

Child Support Community Services and Volunteer Program

Interns and volunteers play a pivotal role working in our Child Support field offices located throughout the state. Internships and volunteer opportunities are available year-round. Volunteers and Interns recruited by the Regional Outreach Coordinators of the Community Services and Volunteer Program provide full-time Child Support staff with invaluable support and assistance in processing volume caseloads and completing other important functions of the Child Support Division.

Interns and volunteers may provide assistance in:

  • Making collection calls
  • Scheduling Child Support Review Process (CSRP) conferences
  • Making calls to Custodial Parent (CP) and Non-Custodial Parent (NCP) prior to confereces and greeting both parties when they arrive at the office
  • Developing child support orders
  • Locating absent parents
  • Assisting with paternities
  • Assisting legal Team in court (primarily Law School Interns)

For more information on how to apply for an internship or to volunteer with the Child Support Division in your area, go to the Community Services and Volunteer Program page.