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Category Archives: Civic Engagement

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Q&A with Sampson Levingston: Telling Our City’s Story

Posted by: Hannah Thomas
Posted: July 29, 2020
Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Culture & Diversity, Civic Engagement, IndyHub

Indy native Sampson Levingston truly thought outside the box when he created Through2Eyes as a space for people to begin sharing perspective and views with one another. He turned his passion for history into a business and this […]

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Friendship Bracelet: Jerome Horne + Brock Eveland

Posted by: Jerome Horne
Posted:
Categories: Professional Development, Networking & Social, Civic Engagement, IndyHub

Friendship bracelets symbolize long-lasting connections, and whether you’re a transplant, Indy lifer, or homecomer, Indy acts as a friendship bracelet. Each Wednesday in July for Camp IndyHub, you’ll hear from a duo on how Indy has played a […]

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Friendship Bracelets: Brenda + Amy

Posted by: Brenda Ewigleben
Posted: July 8, 2020
Categories: Networking & Social, Civic Engagement, IndyHub

Friendship bracelets symbolize long-lasting connections, and whether you’re a transplant, Indy lifer, or homecomer, Indy acts as a friendship bracelet. Each Wednesday in July for Camp IndyHub, you’ll hear from a duo on how Indy has played a […]

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Civic Series: Why Indy is the Ideal City for Recent Grads to Plant Their Roots

Posted by: Nate Swick
Posted: June 23, 2020
Categories: Professional Development, Networking & Social, Civic Engagement, IndyHub

Deemed by Forbes to be ‘America’s Most Underrated City’, Indy recently landed on Livability’s list of ‘Top 100 Places to Live’ and earned a spot in Travel & Leisure’s roundup of ‘America’s Favorite Places’.  Home to JD Power’s […]

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