The U.S. Department of Labor awarded the Center of Workforce Innovations on behalf of the Northwest Indiana Workforce Board (NWIWB) and other partner cities of Midwest Urban Strategies (MUS), with nearly $8 million in Trade and Economic Transition Dislocated Worker grant funding to help mature dislocated workers reconnect with employment in growth occupations and industries.
This month’s Addison Pointe Health & Rehabilitation Center’s Employee of the Month is Ashley Minder. She has worked for Addison Pointe for five and half years.
Within the next 10 years, it’s estimated that there will be more than one million jobs to fill in Indiana due to retiring employees and new job creation. According to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, nearly half of these jobs will require some training beyond high school, but less than a four-year-degree. So the question remains, how do we meet this need?
Northern Indiana Public Service Company LLC (NIPSCO), a subsidiary of NiSource Inc. (NYSE: NI), announced today the selection of three Indiana-based leaders to oversee key business functions aimed to further enhance the company’s efforts to improve service to the nearly 1.2 million electric and natural gas customers across northern Indiana. The appointments are effective immediately.
Shedd Aquarium, a recognized leader in animal care, conservation education and research, is pleased to announce the election of three new members to its Board of Trustees, including Gavin Hattersley of MillerCoors, John Hesselmann of Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Kim Simios of Ernst & Young.
Intellectual property (IP) law is in the news a lot recently, largely thanks to a new EU law being pushed forward called Article 13. Essentially, it’s a regulation that strong arms YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter into taking more action in preventing copyrighted material from being distributed online. Those platforms are basically unavoidable these days, so it is important for people to understand basic guidelines surrounding copyrighted material so that their content is not blocked, muted, or removed.
The best financial businesses keep the customer’s best interest at heart, both for today and for the future. For many customers, their best future interests lie with their children. No matter what age, it’s never too early for children to start learning the fundamentals of saving money, and that’s why First Trust Credit Union offers Tree House Kids Club.
When a client turns to a professional for guidance with their finances, they are looking for more than just advice. With such a personal matter, trust, loyalty, and familiarity must be established between the client and the advisor. 1st Source Asset Advisors focus on building relationships with their clients to best help them pursue their goals. With a holistic and individual approach to financial management, the 1st Source Asset Advisors team make their jobs their passions. We spoke with Asset Advisor teammates Amy O’Brien and Jerry Del Real to get to know the ins and outs of their roles within the community and within 1st Source Bank.
The Downtown Coordinator serves as a liaison between the general public, existing or prospective business, vendors, the Greater La Porte Chamber of Commerce, The La Porte Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), the Greater La Porte Economic Development Corporation (GLEDC), The Urban Enterprise Zone (UEA) and the City of La Porte. They report to the Executive Director of the Greater La Porte Economic Development Corporation (GLEDC) and will be housed in the GLEDC Offices.
Planning a family getaway or reunion can be a hectic affair. Coordinating accommodations and making sure everyone has a place to stay takes time and effort. When staying in Michigan City along the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan, that doesn’t need to be the case! The Beachwalk Resort makes accommodations easy and brings the added benefit of more visitors to the Michigan City area.