This program seeks to provide a greater understanding of the child support process through community outreach, as well as, provide intern and volunteer opportunities to those seeking to give back to their community.
Intern and Volunteer Opportunities
The Child Support Division is always seeking to recruit talented interns and volunteers who possess the desire to give back to their community through public service. They play a pivotal role in assisting our local child support offices with invaluable support and assistance in processing high volume caseloads.
Internships and volunteer opportunities are available year-round. If you are interested in being a volunteer or intern for the Office of the Attorney General, please complete the Volunteer and Intern Inquiry Form.
The program prides itself on working closely with community-based organizations such as schools, advocacy groups, Head Start programs and many other organizations. We often teach students about the legal rights, and responsibilities of parenting, inform incarcerated parents about the child support process and the importance of communication during incarceration and many other groups who want to gain a greater understanding of the child support program.
Are you interested in having an informational child support session for your community organization? Click here to find a CSV outreach coordinator near you.