Join Prometheus Talent Terms & Conditions
1. Purpose of Prometheus
2. Scope of Pro Bono Services
The scope of each Project will be mutually agreed upon by Talent and the applicable Client, including the type of services to be performed, expected number of hours of service to be provided, expected timeline and any deliverables to be completed. You agree to provide all Pro Bono Services in accordance with the agreed upon scope, to the best of your ability, and in a professional manner in accordance with Prometheus’ policies and standards as made available to you from time to time.
3. Talent Relationship to Prometheus and Clients
As Talent, you are donating your time and technical skills to support a Project. As a pro bono volunteer, you are not an employee of Prometheus or the Client, and you are not eligible for benefits, including compensation. Your time and services are provided at will, and you, Prometheus or Client may terminate your services at any time upon written notice. Nothing in these Talent Terms is intended to or does prohibit or discourage you from engaging in any business activities or providing any services through any other channels you choose. You are free at all times to engage in such other business activities and services. Prometheus does not guarantee that you will connect with any Client or be invited to participate in any Project as result of using the Services.
4. Intellectual Property
Any deliverable created by you during the course of a Project is solely for the benefit of the Client. Subject to Prometheus’ agreement with the Client, Prometheus may use feedback, stories, learnings, and content surrounding the Project for its business operations, including case studies and testimonials.
Additionally, during the course of the Project, you may gain access to confidential information or materials from the Client. This information or materials must be used for the sole purpose of the Project and not be disclosed or shared, unless explicitly authorized by the Client, and must be removed and deleted after its intended use.
5. Conflict of Interest
In order to avoid an actual or perceived conflict of interest, Talent agrees to refrain from accepting Board membership or paid employment with a Client while providing Pro Bono Services for that Client. After completion of Pro Bono Services on a Project, Talent is free to accept such offers.