Ivy Tech Community College named Kelly Friend vice chancellor for student success for its South Bend campus.
The Indiana Governor’s Workforce Cabinet and Ivy Tech Community College have launched a new statewide career coaching program for state residents.
Nearly $2.5 million in grants have been awarded to eight colleges in the South Bend-Elkhart area to help train workers in the technology and digital fields.
State officials hope a new website will spark interest in the high-growth cybersecurity field.
Young adults from around the Region who want to learn some job skills and earn an income have an opportunity through the SummerWorks program.
The Small Business Administration is offering free business training to entrepreneurs.
WorkOne Northwest Indiana and Goodwill are offering free retail training for young adults between the ages 16 and 24 at the Gary Goodwill Store.
The state is optimistic a new partnership can assist high school educators who now teach dual-credit courses to meet new credentialing requirements.
A new partnership between the state of Indiana and 180 Skills, a provider of online training programs, will provide 100,000 Hoosiers with free training to upgrade their skills.
A new $3.8 million Ivy Tech facility in Elkhart County will offer more opportunities for people to learn advanced manufacturing skills.