Ivy Tech Community College Of Indiana
Ivy Tech Chancellor Thomas G. Coley’s vision for could not be any more certain or his mission more clear. Ivy Tech gives students the skills and training necessary to get a not only a job, but a career path. Every program at Ivy Tech, Dr. Coley explains, is directed towards achieving an affo…
GARY | A short video challenge for high school students has no less a lofty goal than inspiring the next Thomas Edison or Steve Jobs.
PORTAGE | Manufacturers looking for employees here could have an easier time next year thanks to the expansion of a program initially introduced in Lafayette.
One of the central factors to developing and sustaining a valued quality of life in the Northwest region is educational attainment— the rate or proportionate growth in the number of our citizens who graduate from high school and acquire some postsecondary education or training. One Region 20…
HAMMOND | Engineering students enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College will benefit from an articulation agreement between Ivy Tech and Purdue University Calumet that could allow them to earn a bachelor degree in engineering.
Years ago, a good government study funded by Northwest Indiana industry recommended a number of innovative approaches to shared government services. The study implored separate levels of government and communities in Lake County to work together, share and consolidate various services for co…
EAST CHICAGO | Sherrette Pearson cared for developmentally disabled patients for more than a decade, but didn't have the proper certification to continue to work as a nursing assistant when she came to Northwest Indiana to be closer to family.
About a dozen East Chicago residents are starting new careers as nursing assistants or semi-truck drivers, as a result of the Holistic Community Coalition's workforce development program.
Imagine a new bank branch and apartments in a downtown Gary high-rise, or a row of new restaurants outside Indiana University Northwest.
Innovation technology? Yes! Rust belt industry? No!
VALPARAISO | Two former assistant principals at Valparaiso High School are among the six-pack of candidates seeking to be appointed to the school board position now held by Mark Maassel.
MERRILLVILLE │ Another year of discovering the most creative thinkers and innovators of Northwest Indiana begins Friday.
PORTAGE | Portage Township Schools will expand its technical offerings at both the high school and middle school levels next year.
Northwest Indiana radio came alive on Friday night in Valparaiso with a star-studded cast including Senator Ed Charbonneau as Superman, Heather McCarthy and Leigh Morris and Saturday afternoon John Records Landecker broadcasting from Top Dog in Michigan City.---Pat Colander, Associate Publis…
PORTAGE | Ivy Tech Community College is working to meet the challenge's of the future workforce.
PORTAGE | Representatives of educational facilities, industry and workforce development sat down together Thursday morning to discuss how the three could work together to provide the necessary skills for the jobs of the present and the future.
“The Ask” workshop with national presenter Laura Fredricks JD LLC on March 28, 2013 at Ivy Tech Community College in Valparaiso.
The Foundations of East Chicago plan to do more than give.
PORTAGE | The Porter County Hispanic Assembly kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month on Sept. 14, with an inaugural Scholarship and Legacy Awards Banquet at Woodland Park.
Intense competition has forced schools to stay ahead of the curve by clearly defining their academic offerings. In the business world, it’s a concept known as branding.
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