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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.

Our Work

At IndyHub, we’re in the business of advocating for Indy’s 20- and 30-something crowd and connecting you to the awesome people, places, opportunities and organizations across our city. Our work is ever-responsive to you and Indianapolis, and here’s what that looks like right now.

IndyHub represents and advocates on behalf of the largest network of 20- and 30-somethings in Indianapolis. We believe that a diverse and engaged community is the strength of Indy’s today and tomorrow.

Our mission is to grow, engage and empower a community of 20-and 30-somethings who are meaningfully connected to Indy and invested in its future.


Think of us as the social innovators of Indianapolis. We do this by involving and empowering Indy’s young and talented residents, connecting them to volunteer opportunities, interest groups, social events and people all over the city. We also serve as an amplifier of their voice to ensure our young leaders are heard across our city and state on the issues that matter.

Hello Neighbor!

Hello Neighbor!

Neighborhood based summertime tours, sometimes by bike and sometimes by foot. Learn how the locals live and what our community leaders are working on.

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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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Core Connections

Core Connections

Peer to peer connections to navigate, discover, and plug in to Indianapolis.

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1828 Project

1828 Project

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

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The LAB

The LAB

Young leader groups convene to meet one another and collaborate on events. Speakers discuss relevant subjects to educate and inspire.

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Corporate Collective

Corporate Collective

Provides a place for young workforce members to plug in and establish deep rooted civic ties to Indy in order to retain global talent.

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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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Millennial Voices Research

Millennial Voices Research

Every other year, we ask you what the future of our city should look like, which determines our work here each and every day.

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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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The Dinner Series

The Dinner Series

Our city needs a robust transportation system. Conversations and education centered around the future of transit in our city.

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Raise Your IQ

Raise Your IQ

Bringing topical issues to the forefront of conversation to educate, empower and equip.

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No Mean City

No Mean City

A citizen’s guide to community, culture, schools and housing in Marion County.

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Passport to the Arts

Passport to the Arts

All-inclusive Indy arts experiences. Explore what our city has to offer- for just one great price.

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

“I had the opportunity to be a part of 1828 Class with Molly and Michael. Getting to know them and just love they have for IndyHub is easily passed along and since then I’ve become an advocate.”

– Lourenzo Giple, The 1828 Project, Class II

“IndyHub is a fantastic resource for fun activities, but more importantly, they provide the information on my city that I need to know. I really enjoyed attending The Dinner Series in 2016, it showed me how I could act to improve our IndyGo bus system.”

– Matt Impink, Indy Chamber

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