Are you interested in joining us in standing for faith, family, and freedom in Texas? Do you share our passion for securing religious liberty, protecting marriage and family, and defending the unborn?

The Texas Values team is seeking motivated individuals for a State Coordinator of TXCAN, a Policy Advisor position, Internships, and other volunteer opportunities for our growing efforts.


Employment Opportunities


Senior Development Coordinator – Texas Values

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Interested parties should email a resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “Senior Development Coordinator”


State Coordinator – Texas Values Church Ambassador Network of Texas

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Responsible for cultivating and growing relationships for Texas Values’ Church Ambassador Network of Texas by building authentic and lasting partnerships with current pastors and church leaders.

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About the Texas Values Church Ambassador Network of Texas (TXCAN)

The Texas Values Church Ambassador Network of Texas (TXCAN) is made up of pastors from across the Lone Star State who hold to the Scriptural teaching that government is an institution ordained by God, with the purpose of punishing evil and rewarding good, and that those who serve in government are God’s ministers. Understanding that government is distinct from the church, and has its own unique responsibility, we believe government needs moral guidance and counsel from the church to fulfill its purpose to punish evil and reward good.

Government needs the direction that the church provides through its head, Christ, and the Word of God. By building personal relationships with God’s shepherds in government, the pastors of the Church Ambassador Network of Texas will offer encouragement, prayer, and insight from the Scripture to the glory of God, the edification of those in government, and the benefit of our great state.

TXCAN Mission

Our mission is to build a relationship between the shepherds of God’s Church and God’s government as portrayed in the Scriptures. It is a relationship between institutions, not just individual local churches. Throughout history, the shepherds of God’s institution of the church have served as a moral compass and guide to the nations. It is our goal to have pastors and congregations engage government in a way that honors God and is effective under all forms of government, regardless of when and where.

Interested parties should email a resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “State Coordinator”


Policy Advisor

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You will be responsible for supporting the Policy Director and other policy team members in substance, strategy, and expertise. This will include research, preparing legislative briefing packages, tracking legislative activities, providing information and advice, working with lobbyists and public officials, and responding to supporter inquiries and concerns. You will be expected to exercise initiative and independent judgment while serving as an essential member of our policy team.

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Interested parties should email a resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “Policy Advisor”


Communications Associate

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Communications Associate is responsible for the creation, execution, and growth of Texas Values’ presence in traditional media and social/new media.

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Interested parties should email a resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “Communications Associate”


Internship Opportunities


Texas Values is seeking motivated university, graduate, and law school students to intern in our Austin office (or remotely with special approval) who have a passion to promote biblical values and have the desire to learn more about law, public policy, and the political process in Texas. Learn more about what happens during a Texas Values internship.

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Interested parties should email a resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “Internship”. Internships are not paid, but we are available to assist you if necessary to secure academic credit.


Volunteer Opportunities

Texas Values is seeking interested individuals that would like to volunteer time in our Austin office who have a passion to promote biblical values.

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If you are interested in volunteering at our Austin office, please email [email protected] with the subject line “Volunteer”. Please provide information on your background and your availability to volunteer.