Employment & Internships

Immerse yourself in the Pro(ACT) family and culture, and work at a vibrant nonprofit with fun, engaging staff!


Interns are a vital part of the Pro(ACT) team. Pro(ACT) interns have a great opportunity to work independently on inspiring projects that benefit our city. Part-time internships are available year-round.




As a quickly growing Indianapolis nonprofit, Pro(ACT) prides itself in having one of the most engaged, creative, and passionate staffs in Indy. If you are seeking employment information, browse the list below.


Current Employment Opportunities:

Site Leader (Part Time, $11.88/hour)

Currently, our signature program, “Project>Me,” is going full throttle and we are planning to expand our program across the city of Indianapolis to more schools! Site Leaders are the heart of our programs as they are the leaders who educate and inspire our youth. We are seeking Site Leaders to lead our youth groups in their weekly workshops and Service Saturday events.

As a site leader, you will be responsible for:

  • Being the first point of contact for school staff, parents, and students at your school
  • Maintaining all administrative duties of the program (including keeping track of all community service hours, workshop attendance, tracking grades of students (with the help of school’s liaison), collecting program fees from parents, and reporting all data to Project>Me Program Director
  • Consenting to a background check
  • Completing the Pro(ACT) 101 Training to become a Site Leader
  • Maintaining a good driving record
  • Communicating effectively with Pro(ACT) Program Director any needs or concerns from your school’s Administrators
  • Ensuring professionalism at all times
  • Effectively advancing the mission of Pro(ACT) Community Partnerships, Inc. Applicants must demonstrate strong organizational and interpersonal skills; Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing; Ability to positively interact with a variety of people, both internally and externally; Ability to work independently and make decisions which impact interrelated work and social groups; self-motivated; Demonstrate ability to take a project from beginning to end with minimal guidance; Consistently demonstrate diplomacy and tact and ability to handle confidential or sensitive information; Ability to make strong presentations; Ability to operate computer software i.e., operating in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint; Must demonstrate ability to lead with enthusiasm and strong passion for youth and community service.

Applicant must be 18 years of age or older.

Applicants must be available at least 10-15 hours per week.

This position pays $11.88/hour.