9 January

1828 Spotlight: Kateri Whitley

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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. Kateri is a part of 1828’s Class VII. We sent her some questions. She responded. Keep reading to learn more about Kateri! How do you spend your days? I am the Director […]

22 December

These are a few of our favorite things…

Looking for last minute holiday gifts? Look no further– our team got together to share some of our favorite gift ideas! And spoiler alert, most of them you can get right here in Indy. (We know the time for online orders has come and gone at this point!) Molly, our Executive Director: Perfect gift for […]

9 November

How a pharmacy major landed a marketing internship

I’m in my fourth year as a pharmacy major at Butler University. My days vary, but can revolve around anything from drug metabolism to chemical structures to case studies of different disease states. I spend hours making note cards, reading lecture powerpoints, and taking dozens of tests each year. 4 years ago, I was fortunate […]

3 November

Ten questions with Mary, IndyHub’s new Digital Media Intern

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We are excited for you to meet Mary Casino, our Digital Media Intern who will be helping us with social media content and strategy! Mary is currently a student at Butler University pursuing her Doctor of Pharmacy with a minor in marketing. She’s already on the go, implementing fun new ways for us to engage […]

30 October

Nine questions with Charles, IndyHub’s new Communications & Events Specialist

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We are thrilled to announce that our team has grown! Charles Dillahunt is the newest addition to IndyHub and he’s already had a great first few weeks on the job as our Communications and Events Specialist. He came to us from Community Health Network and is a recent graduate from Wabash College. Charles will be […]

31 August

Announcing 1828 Class VII

The 1828 Project, presented by Eskenazi Health, 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 […]

22 August

Support local non-profits at Sun King’s CANvitational

Support local non-profits at Sun King’s CANvitational

You’ve been to CANvitational, right? Okay, good. But just in case you haven’t, let me break it down for you. Each year, Sun King brings together craft breweries from across the country in a one day feature event. This upcoming CANvitational is their 5th anniversary so it’s sure to be a good time! CANvitational is […]

11 August

Be a VIP at Passport to the Arts

If you’re reading this, you’re probably already familiar with the mission of IndyHub. They have so many programs– from Hello Neighbor to Passport to the Arts– to help each of us (new residents and those born & raised here) become better connected with the city we all love. I happen to be one of those […]

14 June

Why I’m IndyVolved

Why I’m IndyVolved

We keep hearing (and IndyHub’s research tells us), that people are more likely to stay and thrive in a place where they can contribute to the community. Being able to draw that connection to your neighborhood makes its problems (and successes!) yours. For over a decade, IndyVolved has been able to help 20- and 30-somethings […]