March / April 2015
Developing the Talent
BizVoice® goes on site to learn more about various programs, initiatives and events that assist in the transformation from promising students to productive members of the workforce.
Cover Story: Noblesville High School builds internship program; business community embraces the idea and benefits from young talent.
Dow’s Science Ambassadors give back to assist in STEM knowledge and development.
Signature School continues to lead the way as a model of engagement success.
College Connection Coach program seeks to ease the postsecondary transformation.
Postsecondary Pathways events ignite conversations between educators and business leaders.
Indiana Vision 2025’s Outstanding Talent Goal
The focus remains on education and workforce development from the earliest stages to college completion and career readiness.
Wabash County makes a “promise” to its youngest students in effort to change education culture.
Numbers reveal that K-12 district consolidations deserve serious consideration.
Program seeks to send a positive message to employers with revival of work ethic certificate.
Higher education roundtable Three leaders examine what needs to evolve to meet current and future needs.
Vincennes University adopts the partnership approach in solving business challenges.
Indiana INTERNnet honors internship excellence through IMPACT Awards.
Business diversity is evident in Porter County, from the steel mills along the northern border to the agricultural emphasis in the south. Leaders weigh in on prospects and challenges. [Full story]
Annual Award Winners
Chamber Member Recognition
Workplace Wellness Series
Rebuilding Indiana’s Economy
Outstanding Talent: Education and Workforce Development
County Spotlight: Hamilton
Best Places to Work in Indiana
County Spotlight: Warrick