Project Transformation Central Texas does not discriminate against eligible participants because of such factors as race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion, or political beliefs.

Job Descriptions

Full Job Descriptions

General Intern –  Works with grades 1-6 (ages 5-13), leading age appropriate programming throughout the day.

Reading Coordinator – (Prior PT Experience Preferred; transferrable studies or experience required) – Administers literacy assessments of each student and the literacy skill development programming for participants, management of libraries at sites. RC’s will be responsible for collection and management of participant reading and volunteer data. This role also trains and engages with volunteers.

Site Coordinator – (Prior PT Experience Preferred) Site Team lead, handles administrative tasks related to their site, coordinates with church and volunteers, and serves as liaison between: teammates, team and PT staff, team and host church staff/supervisor/pastor.

House Pastor – (21 years old and up, Prior PT Experience Required) Seasonal summer staff serving as a residential leader and pastoral guide for all PT Interns at the dorms, and taking responsibility for community life and weekly worship experiences. Also provides general care for interns at the dorms. Ideal for seminary students or those interested in ministry to college aged young adults, or even those interested in the counseling field. Report to the Program Director, work closely with the PT Staff, SCs, PQC, and interns.

Program Quality Coach – (Prior PT Experience Required) Perform data tracking and entry, model curriculum implementation and classroom management for site teams, reports directly to the Program Director. Act as mentor to site teams, and coach performance for all things at the sites during the day. Work closely with the interns, PT Staff, HPs, and SCs.


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Applicants must have completed one year of college or be at least 19 years old, and must have the legal right to work in the U.S.

Competitive applicants for the Internship Program will:

  • Be highly motivated, self-starters
  • Possess strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Enjoy working with children
  • Be open-minded
  • Have a desire to love and serve others
  • Be dedicated to living in community with other young adults in a structured environment.