The NSF awarded $400,000 to Credential Engine, a national nonprofit that works in Indiana to provide information about professional certifications.
The Wellness Council of Indiana kicked off a statewide series of employer talks in South Bend on Wednesday. It's part of a campaign to encourage employers to hire and retain workers struggling with opioid addiction.
An Indiana group that trains people who work with seniors received almost $4 million in additional funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The goal is to develop a health care workforce better suited for older adults.
LIFT Academy in Indianapolis has announced it’s registered a new apprenticeship program with the U.S. Department of Labor. It will train new aviation maintenance technicians and pay them for their time.
More Hoosiers than ever are working in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Communities in southeast Indiana will receive more than $4.5 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to get recovering opioid users back into the workforce.
Students from 11 school districts attended the annual Partnership Day at Area 31 Career Center to meet representatives from companies, trade groups, technical colleges and the military.
Panelists briefed the audience on state efforts to create skilled workers, many of them in partnership with the public education system.
The city hopes to reduce income inequality by creating more high-wage jobs.
An online learning company will soon be given state funding to help adults get their high school diploma. It’s the first organization approved to receive grant money from the Workforce Diploma Reimbursement fund.