Jeff Lawley, program chair of the paramedic science program at Ivy Tech Community College’s Valparaiso campus, was named EMS Educator of the Year by the Indiana EMS Association.
McDonald’s of Indiana and Ivy Tech Community College are making college more affordable for the restaurant chain’s Hoosier employees.
A total of 19 honorees who overcame an assortment of personal challenges were recognized by the Ivy Tech Foundation with Distinguished Alumni Awards.
Volunteer firefighters can earn a two-year degree through Ivy Tech Community College at no cost.
Employers are collaborating with educational institutions, governmental and nonprofit entities to ensure they can find skilled and reliable workers.
Ivy Tech Community College recently named its first leader for its newly created position to establish a workplace culture and a new statewide administrator to grow partnerships to further workforce development efforts.
Michael Harmless was named chair of the Ivy Tech Foundation Board of Directors.
Ivy Tech Community College recently was awarded more than $1.5 million in federal grants to support education programs for veterans.
Ivy Tech Community College is among four recipients that will receive a share of $255,000 in state grants designed to support adult learners at Indiana colleges and universities.
The Ivy Tech Foundation recently recognized 15 winners during the annual Benefactor Awards Dinner.