Posted on May 11th, 2018 in On the Air
Courtesy of Fox59 News: “Kids First on Fox”
KIDS FIRST ON FOX – An estimated 70,000 Hoosier senior students will graduate from high school in the next few weeks. Roughly 50,000 of those students will not graduate from college.
If college isn’t for you, there are plenty of options to earn a living right out of school. Maybe a mail carrier or an electrician? Tonja Eagan, CEO of Social Health Association of Indiana, and Marie Mackintosh, COO of EmployIndy, say the job market for skilled laborers is plentiful in Indiana. See the full segment.
Some more helpful links:
Indiana Career Ready
25 jobs that do not require a degree
Posted on May 3rd, 2018 in On the Air
On Thursday, May 3, 2018, EmployIndy COO, Marie Mackintosh, debuted on WFYI’s No Limits! Alongside Deputy Mayor David Hampton and Indy Parks Director Linda Broadfoot, Marie spoke about Project Indy and the effort that businesses and organizations throughout Indianapolis are putting towards reducing violence through connecting young people with summer jobs. Listen in!
Posted on April 26th, 2017 in On the Air
Angie sat in on the “Our Kids, Our Families, Our Communities” show along with John Brandon from MCCOY and Beth White from GIPC to discuss youth employment and the Project Indy program.
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