Campaign to Boost NE Indiana Training CenterPosted: Updated:
Northeast Indiana Works is set to launch a campaign next week to raise money for a $1.3 million integrated community learning center. The organization will detail the "Bringing it Home" matching program to support the center, which it says will provide skills training to meet the needs of local employers.
September 9, 2014
WHEN: 2 p.m. Sept. 18
WHERE: Vocational Technical Center, 2201 N. Jefferson St., Huntington
WHAT: Announcement of a "Bringing It Home" matching program to raise the remaining money for a $1.3-million integrated community learning center. The center will enhance the skills of young people and adults and meet the needs of employers.
WHO: Various community leaders will be on hand, as will representatives of Ivy Tech Community College Northeast, Northeast Indiana Works, WorkOne Northeast, and two major employers who have agreed to lead the matching program.
About Northeast Indiana Works: Northeast Indiana Works, the region’s workforce investment board, provides public and private financial and employment resources to businesses and individuals for education and skills training to meet the needs of regional industries. The nonprofit sets policy for how public and private funds are utilized to support talent development. It also operates and staffs the 11 county-based WorkOne Northeast career centers in the region. Individuals and companies may access resources and services by visiting or calling WorkOne in their county. To find your local WorkOne, log on to www.workoneworks.com
Source: Northeast Indiana Works