Serve Indiana hosts trainings and workshops for AmeriCorps programs and occasionally for other community initiatives. All our trainings, workshops, and events are listed on our News & Events page. You can also learn about upcoming trainings by signing up for our newsletter on our Contact Us page.

We have found the following organizations to be a valuable resource to organizations looking for trainings, workshops, and community data to grow their organization. 

Community Training Opportunities

The Paul Clark Nonprofit Resource Center (PCNRC)
The PCNRC has a multitude of resources on its website for nonprofit organizations.  They conduct classes and have a mobile classroom. Location: Allen County

The Polis Center's Social Assets and Vulnerabilities Indicators (SAVI) Program

SAVI – the nation’s largest community information system of its type - is a free resource that helps organizations make data-informed decisions by providing data about Central Indiana communities, tools to analyze and visualize the data and training on how to use data effectively. SAVI offers demonstrations, webinars and classroom courses ranging from hands-on instruction to topical overviews. Location: Central Indiana (11 Counties)

NonProfit Alliance for Monroe County

Statewide Training Opportunities

The Center for Congregations
The Center for Congregations strengthens Indiana congregations by helping them find and use the best resources to address their challenges and opportunities. Many of their trainings are free of charge. STATEWIDE – Location: 5 Regional Offices

Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network (INRN)
INRN provides affordable, accessible, and high quality public and private workshops, board retreats, and resource referrals for Indiana nonprofits at all levels of nonprofit staff and volunteers. STATEWIDE – Location: 5 Regional Offices

National Training Opportunities – Schools, Universities, Training Institutions

Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University
The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy is dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding of philanthropy, improving its practice, and enhancing participation through public service, teaching, research, fundraising, and management of nonprofits. 

Center for Excellence in Non-Profits

Internet Nonprofit Center

Nonprofit Genie



School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University

Training For Employment

The Department of Workforce Development (DWD) offers a variety of services to Hoosiers looking to get back in the workforce. These services are offered at our WorkOne Centers, the heart of the workforce development system. WorkOne staff can help you find a new or better job, choose a career, access training or get the information needed to succeed in today’s economy. To learn more about upcoming DWD trainings follow this link.