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There’s no membership, really. When we say “Sign up for IndyHub,” what we mean is sign up for our email. Want more? We’re always looking for writers and volunteers to make this whole thing work.

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We’re here for you.

So while you are doing your part to practice social distancing, we’ll be hosting (alongside our friends at Leadership Indianapolis) digital experiences that promote personal wellness, convene our network and highlight ways to help. We’ll host book clubs, virtual meetups, and panel discussions to ensure that – even in a time of being apart from one another – we can still connect, grow, learn and remain civically engaged.

 

 

Signature Programs & Initiatives

Our programs are developed with you in mind. We do our best to provide you with opportunities you might not find elsewhere, with the goal of connecting you to new people, places and things! And we definitely hope you’ll learn a thing or two along the way.

Core Connections

Core Connections

When you connect to IndyHub you’ll connect to Indy - It’s time to make this city yours.

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Think & Drink

Think & Drink

Indianapolis-focused trivia every second Monday, November through February at Sun King Brewing.

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1828 Project, presented by Citizens Energy Group

1828 Project, presented by Citizens Energy Group

Coaching the next generation of Indy’s leaders through discussions with urban advocates and one-on-one mentoring.

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Five to Seven

Five to Seven

Whether you're new to Indy, new-ish to Indy or you've been here a long time, let's get together to celebrate the best thing about our city - our people.

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Corporate Collective

Corporate Collective

Cultivating an environment that attracts, retains and develops top global talent in Indianapolis.

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IndyVolved

IndyVolved

Connecting non-profits and civic organizations to their future volunteers, committee leaders and new members. It’s volunteer fair meets farmers market meets party.

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We believe that a diverse & engaged community is the strength of Indy’s today and tomorrow.

We see engagement as a journey– one that is unique to each person. That’s why our team wakes up each and every day ready to help our peers experience and thrive in Indy. Through IndyHub’s work, our city is recognized as a city where all can thrive and make a difference. With over a decade of elbow grease 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.

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The Latest in Indy

See what’s going on in our city, check out volunteer opportunities and find community events

30
Apr
2020

Volunteer Event

Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana Volunteer

Where: 3737 Waldemere Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46241
When: March 18, 2020 - April 30, 2020 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Cost: Free

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30
Apr
2020

Volunteer Event

Westminster Neighborhood Services Volunteer

Where: 2325 E New York St, Indianapolis, IN 46201
When: March 18, 2020 - April 30, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost: Free

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Blog Post

Hit the Books: Indianapolis Public Library’s Adult Summer Reading Program

Posted by: Melissa Wooten
Posted: May 28, 2020
Categories: Lifestyle & Wellness, Arts & Entertainment, Community Partners, IndyHub

If you’re like me and the other 280,183 library card holders in Marion County, reading has helped get you through the boredom of self-isolation due to COVID-19.  Now is normally the time of year that the Indianapolis Public […]

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Blog Post

My Learnings From 6 ft. Away

Posted by: Kelsey Hobbs
Posted:
Categories: IndyHub

The rich aroma of Foundation Coffee’s dirty chai, the clanking of beer mugs at Half Liter, the mix of music and laughter at Bike Party — these are some of my favorite things (cue Julie Andrews). But really, […]

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