The MLK Center is currently hiring for the following positions.  No Phone Calls Please.  Submit your resume to

Job Description: Neighborhood Advocate

Reports To: Director of Operations

Martin Luther King Community Center is seeking a team member to join the Neighborhood and Family Advocate project as the Neighborhood Advocate, a resident-driven trauma informed community building project that works in partnership with neighborhood residents and community partners. As a multi-generation approach, this project will build community and stabilize the neighborhood block by block, resulting in reduced crime and increased safety and security and quality of life.

Deadline for Application: October 31, 2017

Job Description: Youth Worker – 21st Century Community Learning Center

Reports To: Education Advocate

Martin Luther King Community Center is seeking a Youth Workers to serve as tutors for the 21st Century Community Learning Center at James Whitcomb Riley School #43 in IPS. This is a new grant from the Indiana Department of Education, to provide after school academic enrichment, youth programming and parent engagement activities. Youth receive educational supports to ensure academic success. We seek a person with a strong education and who is able to interact discreetly and effectively with youth after school to help with homework, encourage positive leadership development, ability to create suitable learning accommodations for learning difficulties.

Deadline for Application: Friday, October 20, 2017

Job Description:  Tenant Engagement Community Advocate

Reports To:  Executive Director       

The MLK Center has been awarded two VISTA positions in conjunction with Equal Justice Works, to build the capacity of tenants in Rental Assistance Demonstration HUD-assisted properties to engage with management and community organizations regarding their rights, responsibilities, and options for improving their homes and communities.  The project aims to (1) increase tenant outreach and training capacity of the MLK Center in the Crown Hill Neighborhood and surrounding area; (2) help tenants advocate for the economic development of their communities.  VISTA members will build the capacity of tenant organizations through outreach, education, leadership development, and legal aid over the course of the project.

We seek to fill these positions immediately, so that VISTAs may attend an orientation in Washington, D.C. facilitated by Equal Justice Works.  Apply on line here.

More information about VISTA living allowances and benefits of service can be found here.  


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40 W 40 St Indianapolis, IN 46208