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Our Current Issue

MarApr18 Interactive

March / April 2018
Volume 21, Number 2

 

 

COVER STORY

Second Chances
Adults pair assistance from The Excel Center with their own motivation to reach new heights in education, career opportunities. [Full story]


FEATURES

Political Potpourri
The Road Trip Treasures series goes to Huntington, Indianapolis and Logansport to bring the White House home to Indiana. [Full story]

‘Crossing’ Into New Territory
High school students in need of direction find it in the form of hands-on learning and work experiences. [Full story]

All About the Balance
Challenging curriculum is only part of the mix for high-performing students at the International School of Indiana. [Full story]

 

Spanning the Typical Divide
Community-university relations are always somewhat complicated. In Muncie, the new Ball State University president is seeking to change that. [Full story]

 

 


FURTHERMORE

 

Economic Engines
Guest columnist says Indiana still putting the ingredients together to ignite the entrepreneurial fire. [Full story]


INDIANA VISION 2025

 

Outstanding Talent
The lead driver in the Indiana Vision 2025 economic development plan focuses on the required education and workforce development efforts. Work remains in these critical areas. [Full story]

  • Chamber Foundation: Business Champions Advisory Network developing workforce assessment tool and resources
  • Guest Column: Scholarship investments the ultimate win-win
  • Hoosier challenge: Share Your Road to help guide those starting their paths
  • New leadership: Fred Payne brings business experience to Department of Workforce Development. School Counseling-Business Partnership of the Year award presented
  • Quick Hits: Bertram’s book; Future Speed Geeks; cracking the code in South Bend
  • Indiana Chamber: Making its mark in workforce development
  • Found Elsewhere: Automation and the future of work
  • BizVoice® ReVisited: A new entrant (and updates on past efforts) in three-year degree offerings
  • Unique offerings: Four colleges/universities share their unusual curriculum options
  • Tuition support: Companies, workers benefit from partnerships with WGU Indiana
  • Quick Hits: Student record label; from New Hampshire to Indiana; Silicon Valley Semester
  • Pilot program: High school among the first to team on new internship program
  • Employer lead: Fort Wayne Metals’ initiative has interns Wired for Success
  • IMPACTful efforts: Meet the winners of the 12th annual Indiana INTERNnet awards

 


DEPARTMENTS

 

President’s Message

Tweet Street

Guest Column
Civil legal aid services

Go To It

Business Resources