5x5_Crowd_BusIndyHub represents and advocates on behalf of the largest network of 20-/30-somethings in Indianapolis. We believe in involving and empowering Indy’s residents, community organizations and the private sector to change and improve our city.

Our mission is to attract, engage and motivate young professionals of all varieties to make Indianapolis an even greater place to live, work and play.

In short, we’re here to help you connect to volunteer opportunities, memberships, social events and the like all over Indy. We’re also here to stand up for the voice of Indy’s 20-/30-something crowd is heard across our city and state—and we’ve been doing it since 2005.

IndyHub has both 501(c)3 and 501(c)6 status and is comprised of a full-time staff of three and two governing boards, IndyHub and the IndyHub Foundation.

Here’s how you can find out what that means to you and the people in your Indy world! If you’d like to talk to IndyHub on behalf of . . .

1. Your lovely self > connect with us at hello@indyhub.org
2. A community or YP group > Karissa Hulse at karissa@indyhub.org
3. A business > Molly Chavers at molly@indyhub.org
4. Not sure? > info@indyhub.org

 

IndyHub’s Backstory

IndyHub got its start when BioCrossroads convened a series of meetings with community leaders, economic development types and rising professionals to discuss the not-so-new issue of attracting and retaining young professionals in Indianapolis that would (and continue to) be critical for the future of Central Indiana.

Semi-long story short, the group’s work resulted in the formation of IndyHub, founded in June 2005, as a free-standing nonprofit that includes a staff, board of directors and an army of connected individuals that pull it all together.

In 2013 the IndyHub Foundation was established as a supporting organization for the Arts Council of Indianapolis, Central Indiana Corporate Partnership, City of Indianapolis, Indy Chamber and Visit Indy. IndyHub’s work in talent attraction and engagement closely aligns with the efforts of these groups.

With over a decade of hard work under our belts, our community of youn­­g professionals is now thousands strong. We’re connected to one another and to our city. And because our community values and celebrates this engagement, IndyHub has succeeded by providing a platform for young professionals across Indianapolis.­