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Category Archives: Professional Development

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Announcing 1828 Project Class IX

Posted by: IndyHub
Posted: August 29, 2019
Categories: Professional Development, IndyHub

The 1828 Project, powered by Citizens Energy Group, is a civic leadership tract for people between the ages of 18 and 28. Carefully curated and structured to foster intentional relationships with a cross sector of Indianapolis’ thought leaders and decision makers, 1828 jump-starts participants’ civic impact by connecting them with the resources and people who can help them succeed.

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Join the movement as The Exchange at the Urban League welcomes thousands to National Urban League annual conference in Indy

Posted by: Adrianne Slash
Posted: July 16, 2019
Categories: Professional Development, Networking & Social, Culture & Diversity, Civic Engagement, Volunteer Opportunities, Community Partners

Being engaged with events that are bigger than your city yet still remaining relevant to your city is an enormous task for local affiliates of national organizations. This is the life members of The Exchange at the Urban […]

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1828 Spotlight: Nick Murray-Vachon

Posted by: IndyHub
Posted: April 26, 2019
Categories: Professional Development, IndyHub

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. Nick is a part of 1828’s Class VII. We sent him some […]

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Want to retain talent? Onboard to the community, not just the company.

Posted by: Blake Johnson
Posted: April 19, 2019
Categories: Professional Development, Civic Engagement, IndyHub

While companies are reviewing and refining their onboarding practices, cities – and their placemaking organizations – need to consider the role we play and how we onboard people not to their company, but their community.

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