Some job training programs whose funding was set to expire in June now will continue through year’s end.
A pair of state-run job training programs will continue operating through the end of the year.
Purdue University Northwest is hosting a community open house at the White Lodging Professional Selling Lab from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday, April 9.
The South Bend Regional Chamber of Commerce wants to connect people either seeking an internship or job with employers.
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development said in its review of state unemployment data for the past year said Indiana employment peaked in June with 2,750,700 Hoosiers working in the private sector.
Students at Michigan City High School seeking a career in advanced manufacturing can graduate as a Certified Production Technician with industry credentials and work experience now that the school is certified as a State Earn and Learn (SEAL) program.
Ivy Tech Community College has secured more support to develop a program to help students focus their education to best suit their career choice.
Indiana’s unemployment rate has remained unchanged for four straight months.
More than 10,000 Hoosiers have completed a high-demand certificate program through Indiana’s Next Level Jobs Workforce Ready Grant, which provides tuition-free certificates in five of the state’s most high-demand professions.
McDonald’s of Indiana and Ivy Tech Community College are making college more affordable for the restaurant chain’s Hoosier employees.