15 July

You Don’t Know Jack: ISO Roommate

Four months into my 30s, I received a phone call from my step-dad. Apparently, we have a family friend I’ve never known about. And apparently, said friend comes from a really nice family and just needs a furnished room for the summer. Said friend is interning in Indianapolis and said friend is a really nice […]

19 May

Young pros team up for inaugural Day of Impact

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Giving Sum, the Central Indiana organization for next generation givers, and IndyHub, a young professionals network, have partnered with the 2012 Super Bowl Legacy Project for Day of Impact on the East Side of Indianapolis. Day of Impact is a first-time volunteer event where 100 professionals in Indianapolis are encouraged to come together to work […]

5 May

Movin’ Right Along

I’ve been MIA for a while, but I solemnly swear, it’s because I’ve been up to no good. I’ve been busy drumming up some real-life field experience for ya’ll.  We’re selling and buying a house. That’s right, with two full-time jobs, freelance gigs, two kids, soccer, piano, church, the dog, professional development activities, and family […]

4 May

Career Compass for the Creative Class continues

The first of eight events to help young professionals advance their careers will kick off Wednesday morning, May 5, at the Columbia Club in downtown Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Private Industry Council (IPIC) and WorkOne will again sponsor Career Compass for the Creative Class, organized by IndyHub. The series is geared toward young professionals (YPs) in […]

26 April

Suz in the City: Friendship in 2010

In the heavy technological age in which we all find ourselves, sometimes it's hard to keep in touch with old friends. I know what you're thinking. “But, Suz: I'm on Facebook, and I've reconnected with 300 of my old friends and see pictures of their families, their dogs, and their vacations. You are so crazy […]

17 March

CirclingtheCity.com helps attract young professional talent to Indianapolis

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IndyHub is unveiling its newest project, CirclingtheCity.com, an interactive Website designed to persuade Creative Class talent to relocate to Indianapolis. Funded by the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, the site will be available at no cost for all area businesses and others working to attract top talent from other cities. “Indianapolis has come a long way over […]

16 March

Kallie’s Keys to PDA: Work is a Team Sport

This is my favorite time of year. Thankfully, my seasonal affective disorder has melted away with the snow and has since been replaced with an eager anticipation for March Madness. We Hoosiers are awfully lucky; we’re known for our contributions to the world of hoops and our own Circle City is hosting the NCAA Men’s […]

10 March

Kelly Gets Fit in City: Reformed by the Pilates Reformer

I don’t know about anyone else, but I think the Pilates Reformer resembles a torture apparatus, with its cables, bars, straps, pulleys, strings and its sliding platform. So, when IndyHub’s very own Molly Chavers, an instructor with Invoke, invited me to try it out as part of my weekly challenge, I was feeling a bit […]