9 February

1828 Spotlight: Brandon Schaaf

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1828 Spotlight: Brandon Schaaf

The 1828 Project’s one of our signature programs at IndyHub, and each year it’s full of incredible leaders between the ages of 18 and 28. Brandon’s part of 1828’s Class III. We sent him some questions. He responded. We totally think you should meet him, so keep reading. IndyHub: How would you describe 1828 to a stranger? Brandon: […]

29 January

Field Trip Notes: North End of Mass Ave Territory

Field Trip Notes: North End of Mass Ave Territory

We spend a lot of time making sure the people we meet know all about what there is to see and do around Indianapolis. And sometimes we decide we should see and do those things, too. Here’s what that looks like: It’s midday on a Wednesday in January. Normally, we reserve our field tripping for […]

12 January

IndyHub 2015 Program Plans

IndyHub 2015 Program Plans

You know the anticipation you feel when you have something really great to share with your friends, family, or heck, your morning barista? Part inspired idea, part real plans are coming together so you can actually say “This is happening!” — but with just enough room left to play with the details? That’s where I am […]

8 January

How to Cope with an Indianapolis Winter

How to Cope with an Indianapolis Winter

With Scandinavian roots and a life-long, self-diagnosis of Seasonal Affective Disorder, winter in Indianapolis tends to be a mixed bag for me. I’m crazy about the snow, but I struggle with the dark. Which is to say that I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time figuring out how to cope with the often sunless Indiana days of January through March. The […]

18 December

Nine Years and Counting: 2014 in Review

You know the year is coming to a close when you finally get used to writing the correct year on a document. While this particular year started off a little rough (I mean…that weather?), we had a lot of high moments that have made 2014 one to remember. Last week we shared some of these […]

22 May

She Was: A LBF

A fair weather fan, by definition, is someone who is only interested in a sports team when it is doing well. As a general rule, fair weather fans are heavily criticized by people who regard themselves loyal fans, sticking with a team through bad times as well as good ones. Before I moved to Indy, […]

4 December

VisitIndy offers up to 50% off hotel rates for Indiana Residents

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Indianapolis is offering in-state residents up to 50% off rates* at top hotels along with discounts to Indy’s holiday events and attractions. Stay downtown at the Conrad Hotel for $149, the JW Marriott for $119 or the Marriott Downtown for only $99. How about the Sheraton Indianapolis Keystone Crossing (conveniently next door to The Fashion […]

30 August

IU Health Invests $100K in Ed Reform; Indy YPs to decide how money is spent

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IU Health Invests $100K in The Mind Trust’s Grow What Works Campaign; Indianapolis Young Professionals Decide How Money is Spent  INDIANAPOLIS – IndyHub and Lacy Leadership Association are partnering with The Mind Trust and Indiana University Health to engage young professionals in solving our city’s most vexing public education challenge. This unique partnership will allow attendees […]

22 July

5th Annual Get IndyVolved connects young pros with nonprofits

IndyHub invites Indianapolis young creatives and professionals to interact with dozens of nonprofit organizations and interest groups offering opportunities to get involved through volunteer service, serving on a committee or being a patron. The free event will take place on Wednesday, July 28 from 6-8 p.m. at the Athenaeum Theatre building downtown along Mass Ave. […]

19 May

Young pros team up for inaugural Day of Impact

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Giving Sum, the Central Indiana organization for next generation givers, and IndyHub, a young professionals network, have partnered with the 2012 Super Bowl Legacy Project for Day of Impact on the East Side of Indianapolis. Day of Impact is a first-time volunteer event where 100 professionals in Indianapolis are encouraged to come together to work […]