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.
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 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.
Indiana University Northwest now is accepting applications for its new bachelor’s degree program in neuroscience, a field that involves studying the structure of the nervous system and how it relates to functions like thinking and behavior.
Leighton Johnson, was named director of education and workforce for the South Bend-Elkhart Regional Partnership, a collaboration of the economic development partners representing 47 communities in Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan.
A growing number of Hoosiers are utilizing state grant programs to help them get the education they need to land a career in a high-demand field. In advance of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s first meeting March 6 as a member of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, Holcomb was expected to share with the board that […]