How do I apply to become an intern at the Probation Department?

If you are interested in being an intern at the Livingston County Probation Department, you will need to be present at least two full days per week and for the ENTIRE semester; even if your required hours have been completed. Upon receipt of your application and a short writing sample, they will be reviewed; if it is determined appropriate, an interview will be scheduled to gather further information from you, and a final determination will be made. You must provide a picture ID and current college identification/transcripts.  In addition, if you are interested in completing compliance checks on probationers in the field, you will need to provide proof of insurance coverage through your college institution.

Livingston County Probation Department receives numerous requests for internships.  Space is limited; please start your application process in the semester prior to the semester you wish to begin your internship.

Show All Answers

1. What are your hours of operation?
2. What is Probation Supervision?
3. Is probation supervision the same as parole supervision?
4. I know someone on probation is violating their conditions of probation, how do I report that?
5. How do I obtain my criminal history?
6. Do I qualify to have my criminal conviction sealed?
7. Can I obtain a US Passport if I have a criminal conviction?
8. Can I travel abroad with a criminal conviction?
9. Can I vote with a criminal conviction?
10. How do I apply to become an intern at the Probation Department?
11. What if I am an Employer and would like to talk to somebody at the Probation Department regarding general questions about probation conditions relating to employment?