In recent month, as COVID-19 has affected many Hoosiers and the Ivy Tech Community, the Supply Chain and Logistics industry has seen an increased need for more employees with advanced Supply Chain Training and experience. To help meet this need the Supply Chain Program at the Indianapolis/Lawrence Ivy Tech Community College Campus has worked to … Continue reading Ivy Tech Community College Supply Chain Program Teams Up with Six Sigma Global Institute to Benefit 31 Students in receiving Scholarships
Ivy Tech Community College Indianapolis’ Office of Student Life will host two Drive-Thru Voter Registration events open to the public on September 22 and October 2 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. outside of the Illinois Fall Creek Center, located at 2535 N. Capitol Avenue. The event will take place at the south loop of … Continue reading Ivy Tech Indianapolis to host Drive-Thru Voter Registration event September 22 and October 2
This fall, Ivy Tech Community College Indianapolis students can participate in the College’s newly launched program, Career Coaching and Employer Connections (CCEC), which brings together career development and employer outreach to meet the needs of the workforce. Created with students in mind, CCEC creates a cohesive model for student and employer engagement. This new, more … Continue reading Ivy Tech Community College Indianapolis Launches Career Coaching and Employer Connections Program
College seeks to enhance its presence in fast-growing Hendricks County This fall, Ivy Tech Community College Avon will move to a temporary site, located at 8109 Kingston Street, until it transitions to the Town of Plainfield’s new state-of-the-art higher education center, MADE@Plainfield, in 2021. This interim location will offer student services, enrollment resources, tutoring, faculty and student … Continue reading Ivy Tech Community College announces new interim Avon site, Hendricks County transition to innovative higher education center in Plainfield
By Guest writer Susan Bryant, Ivy CARES Resource and Employment Coach An informational interview is a way to learn about a position, a field, or a company that interests you. Unlike a regular job interview, the goal is not to secure employment with the organization, but simply to become more knowledgeable about a line of … Continue reading Scoping out your career path – the informational interview
The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way many Hoosiers do their jobs, including one field that is in demand. People working in the mortuary sciences field become funeral directors and embalmers. Part of their job is to ensure the deceased are cared for appropriately and the loved ones are treated with compassion as they beginning … Continue reading Ivy Tech’s Mortuary Sciences program featured on WRTV’s Hiring Hoosiers
In response to the issues surrounding African American male student achievement and low enrollment of African American male college students, the Ivy Tech Indianapolis campus has developed the African American male strategic enrollment plan for central Indiana. The plan is based on best practices and theories from an extensive literature review on college enrollment, retention, … Continue reading African American Male Initiative aims to increase achievement and enrollment for underprivileged demographic
On February 13, World Civilization II students examined historic “incunabula” leaves, one from a 1473 book printed by Peter Schoeffer (Gutenberg’s apprentice), and one from the Liber Chronicarum (the Nuremberg Chronicle) of 1493. Collected by Professor Jack Cooney, he presented them as part of the innovative guest speaker program pioneered by Professor Mike Sparks. Jack … Continue reading World Civilization II students have a successful history class visit
The February issue of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security's Hoosier Responder magazine featured mentions of Ivy Tech's Public Safety programs. Read the full story here.
On Thursday, March 5, Ivy Tech Noblesville hosted the Hamilton County Career Hiring Event, welcoming more than 340 students and community members interested in permanent entry-level and experienced job positions. The 60+ employers that attended represented a variety of high-demand industries, including construction, IT, human services, hospitality, manufacturing, logistics and more.