In this issue, we explore community-based business development and how helping others leads to long-term relationships both with clients and employees.
Ivy Tech Community College has named its statewide leadership team for its workforce development efforts.
Publisher Troy Linker says time is now for all industries to rethink hiring strategies as the workforce continues to shrink, making it difficult to find qualified workers.
Community Healthcare System’s phlebotomy training program has graduated its first class.
Indiana residents are finding earning a certificate or specialized credential offers a quick route to improve skills and secure high-demand jobs.
An array of resources, from higher learning institutions to public-private partnership, are available to help startups and existing businesses seeking advice to get an idea off the ground or help a company grow.
Ivy Tech Community College students pursuing careers in manufacturing, health care or information technology will get an opportunity to enhance their education.
Ivy Tech Community College has secured more support to develop a program to help students focus their education to best suit their career choice.
An initiative to help Ivy Tech Community College students set an education path to lead to a career landed a major financial boost.
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.