Community Professional Partners

About the Program

Fishers Parks works with a diverse array of smart, vibrant, and entrepreneurial Community Professional Partners (CPPs) who provide unique experiences and programs to the community. CPPs have demonstrated the highest levels of customer service and experience-based activities. 

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Interested in Becoming a CPP?

In the spirit of our entrepreneurial city, interested instructors and businesses in the Fishers area are now offered free rental space at Fishers Parks buildings to host their programmed events and classes. Fee-based classes must have a contract with Fishers Parks, in which case there will be a 70%/30% revenue share. 

CPP's can submit class information quarterly for the following;

  • January – June
  • July – December 

What does a CPP provide?

  • Provide supplies and lead their classes
  • Manage program marketing through CPP's websites, flyers, social media, and other marketing outlets
  • Provide all necessary licenses, certifications, and information required, including proof of current liability insurance
  • Provide completed background checks for instructors

How do I become a Community Professional Partner?

  1. Under "Quick Links" on the right, select the "CPP Inquiry Form" and give as much detail as possible for consideration. 
  2. If you become an approved CPP, then you will fill out the "Submit Your CPP Class Info" link. 
  3. The CPP Manager will build CPP classes based into the registration software, based on information that is submitted by the CPP via the "Submit Your CPP Class Info" link.
  4. At the end of each month, CPP's MUST submit invoices to the Fishers Parks & Recreation Department in order to be paid their 70% revenue share. CPP's must provide a current W-9 and EFT form to the Controller's Office in order to process payments.