17 May

1828 Spotlight: Devon Ginn

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The 1828 Project is one of our signature programs at IndyHub and each year it’s full of incredible leaders between the ages of 18 and 28. Devon is a part of 1828’s Class VI. We sent him some questions. He responded. Keep reading to learn more about Devon! How do you spend your days? Monday – Friday I’m booking […]

15 May

Announcing our IndyVolved 12 Exhibitors!

Announcing our IndyVolved 12 Exhibitors!

We are beyond excited to announce our list of 105 amazing organizations and non-profits who will be joining us at this year’s IndyVolved 12, presented by Indianapolis Power & Light Company! Our selection committee reviewed all applicants carefully, and we can’t wait to connect you to these amazing organizations on June 15. To learn more […]

15 May

Run(317) supports local charities

Run(317) is back! On May 18, we’ll host the first of five 3.17 Mile running/walking events. Run(317) is a family friendly event, that supports five different charities and encourages runners and walkers of all abilities to come out and enjoy Indianapolis. This summer, each Run(317) race will showcase a different neighborhood. Participants will experience unique […]

10 May

Student Voices: Poetry, please

Student Voices: Poetry, please

I’d bet most people look at poetry the same way they do modern art; that is, squint at it, baffled, and walk away shaking their heads. While I’ll admit I’ve had that experience with modern art, poetry remains something special to me. I don’t know when I discovered poetry, but it feels like it’s been […]

8 May

Job Opportunities: Work with the YMCA!

There are multiple positions available at area YMCAs! Check out the available positions below. Camp counselor: Camp Counselors are responsible for the daily implementation of the YMCA program, including building relationships with participants and their families, creating a fun and welcoming environment for all participants, and facilitating an engaging atmosphere for participants to learn new skills […]

5 May

1828 Spotlight: Allison Potteiger

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The 1828 Project is one of our signature programs at IndyHub and each year it’s full of incredible leaders between the ages of 18 and 28. Allison is a part of 1828’s Class VI. We sent her some questions. She responded. Keep reading to learn more about Allison! How do you spend your days? I focus on ensuring […]

3 May

Student Voices: A Balancing Act

My daughter has been throwing these awful tantrums lately. Sometimes they make me proud— She is willful and persistent. Like her mommy, she takes no sh*t. I know that when she grows up, she will get everything she wants out of life because of these particular qualities that she could only have inherited from me. […]

28 April

1828 Spotlight: Tori Walker

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The 1828 Project is one of our signature programs at IndyHub and each year it’s full of incredible leaders between the ages of 18 and 28. Tori is a part of 1828’s Class VI. We sent her some questions. She responded. Keep reading to learn more about Tori! What does a typical day look like for you? I spend […]

26 April

Student Voices: Stella is turning heads

Some people, especially Indy natives and fans of downtown, may have noticed the sudden closing of Pizzology, and the even quicker turnaround to the new restaurant Stella. Pizzology was a restaurant located on the corner of East and Mass Ave where they served eclectic fire-baked pizzas – my favorite was the one with local fennel […]

22 April

What’s the secret to a long life?

What’s the secret to a long life?

I love when a reporter finds the world’s oldest person – or anyone over the age of 100 – and asks, “what’s the secret to a long and healthy life?” The centenarians’ responses – from wise to wisecrack – are usually obvious, always candid and sometimes awesome.  For example: “Exercise every day – just get […]