All volunteers with the Travis County Sherriff’s Office must meet the following standards:
No convictions for any aggravated or sexual offenses.
No arrests within the past 24 months.
If on Parole and/or Probation: (Normally applies to Substance Abuse/12 Step Programs)
Must have a written recommendation from their Parole/Probation Officer
Must provide evidence of employment or legitimate means of livelihood
Must have been on Parole/Probation for at least 12 months without any incarceration time or adverse reports.
No outstanding warrants.
Interested parties must submit the following through our application:
Statement of Interest: What do you want to teach? Why do you want to teach in this program? What are your goals, intellectually and pedagogically? (one page)
Reference name and contact information
Upon acceptance, applicants will be contacted via email with the next steps of the admissions process and a semester timeline. If approved by the IL admission committee, all instructors must submit the following to the TCCC programs coordinator by the specified deadline:
Submission of a volunteer application gives TCSO permission to run a criminal background check on volunteer applicants.
ONLY student instructors may use passports or out of state identification cards/driver’s licenses