When it comes to bringing together different groups to support a goal of attracting, developing, and retaining a workforce, state leaders believe Northwest Indiana knows how to get it done.
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.
McDonald’s of Indiana and Ivy Tech Community College are making college more affordable for the restaurant chain’s Hoosier employees.
Purdue University Northwest recently was awarded a $592,681 grant by the National Science Foundation to establish the first Research Experience for Teachers site in Northwest Indiana.
Indiana University Northwest now offers an online, 21-credit certificate in sports management, in addition to a degree minor.
Purdue University Northwest engineering school instructors will get hands on experience to better understand workforce needs of Region manufacturers.
Indiana companies offering jobs in advanced manufacturing will have an improved talent pipeline thanks to a partnership between Ivy Tech Community College and tech firm Tallo.
A new facility to train technicians to repair and maintain recreational vehicles in the heart of the state’s RV manufacturing center is ready to open.
Nursing Explorer, a searchable national database of nursing programs, recently ranked Indiana University Northwest as the top best-value nursing school in the state.
Health care, construction industries among Region groups developing talent pipelines When it comes to creating a pipeline of future employees, Hoosiers are getting down to business. And with the Region’s growth dependent on a highly qualified workforce, numerous efforts are underway to fill the ranks in Northwest Indiana. “Access to talent is a primary factor […]