These videos cover a variety of topics to include board development, succession planning, trail funding, health and wellness and asset mapping. These are designed to further conversations, provide resources and enhance collaboration within the state. Each are led by a content expert at a partner agency, organization or not for profit.
On the second Wednesday of every month, a new learning will be launched. New videos are created with the help of our many partners. A big thank you to those partners to include: Indiana Department of Transportation, Serve Indiana, Indiana Arts Commissions, Indiana State Department of Health, Indiana Office of Tourism, Purdue Center for Regional Development, community foundations and non-profits.
Presented by the Purdue Center for Regional Development, develop a better understanding of how a business retention and expansion program can help a community to retain and expand existing businesses.
|Discovering and mobilizing community assets||
Presented by the Purdue Center for Regional Development, learn how to identify and discover the assets of your people and community through this interactive exercise.
|Click here||November 2018|
|Get to know the State Office of Rural Health||The State Office of Rural Health is a division of the Indiana State Department of Health. The mission of the Indiana State Office of Rural Health is to enhance the growth of public health services, funding sources, and education opportunities for every Indiana rural resident. Learn more about the core functions of this division in this informational video.||Click here||October 2018|
|Board Volunteers & Transition Planning||Learn more about how to build leaders who are engaged members of your community and local board. Hear more from Marc McAleavey, Executive Director of Serve Indiana talk more about this topic!||Click here||September 2018|
|AmeriCorps - Getting Things Done in Hoosier Communities||In this video, get to know AmeriCorps and learn about their network of national service programs whose goal is to improve lives and foster civic engagement. Members commit their time to address critical community needs like increasing academic achievement, mentoring youth, fighting poverty, sustaining national parks, preparing for disasters, and more.||Click here||August 2018|
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