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The Indiana Partnership for Young Writers has been inspiring the best teaching of reading and writing in grades K-8 and celebrating student achievements with innovative publications and events since 1999. Watch this 5-minute overview to learn more about our mission and programs, then forward the link to 10 friends, family or colleagues who care about education.
The importance of leadership at the local level has never been greater than it is today. As Soil and Water Conservation Districts seek to develop conservation programs that address locally identified soil and water related resource concerns, the success of these programs depends on supervisors who engage county government support and bring together effective partnerships between county, state and federal agencies. Successful Districts must also develop collaborative program efforts with new partners to achieve conservation goals. Join us as we celebrate Indiana's SWCD supervisors and staff who completed training in 2012.
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Community Health Network CEO Bryan Mills and Health and Hospital Corp. of Marion County President Matt Gutwein talk about the hospitals' new partnership, which aims to improve access to care, particularly among underserved patients.
Listen as PacMoore's President and Owner Bill Moore shares how lives can be transformed through second chances like the Indiana Dream Team and something as simple as a good job. Learn more about the Indiana Dream Team at: idtmin.com To learn more about PacMoore Products, visit: www.pacmoore.com To apply for a career at PacMoore Products visit: www.pacmoore.com/careers PacMoore is a contract manufacturer in the food industry, specializing in services like blending, spray drying, extrusion, consumer packaging, re-packaging and sifting.
The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership received a “transformational” grant from Lilly Endowment. INHP President Moira Carlstedt weighs-in on how the $27 million infusion will support community development initiatives.
Created around the idea of connecting urban youth with nature, Mighty Acorns is a conservation education program that provides 3-6 graders with year-round experiential learning opportunities. The curriculum includes three field trips per year and spans three consecutive years. Key concepts correlate with Indiana and Common Core Standards while building knowledge and skills in ecological restoration. The Northwest Indiana Mighty Acorns Parthership is a collaboration between Dunes Learning Center, Shirley Heinze Land Trust, and the Field Museum of Chicago. Major funding for the Northwest Indiana Mighty Acorns Partnership provided by ArcelorMittal.