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Northeast Indiana Regional Internship Program for Employers
Our Regional Internship Program supports our region’s talent development and talent attraction goals, but even more than that, internships give regional employers and their staff the opportunity to become more engaged at work, experience a…
Northeast Indiana’s Home
The Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership renovated its office in 2018 to create a regional, collaborative environment to welcome regional guests and business partners.
In Northeast Indiana and Fort Wayne, we are on the Road to One Million. We are investing in transformative quality of place projects to attract an educated workforce to live, work, play and innovate in Northeast Indiana.
In Northeast Indiana and Fort Wayne, we are developing tomorrow’s talent today by investing in the talent pipeline across our 11-county region.
As a region, we are strong because we collaborate well—we cultivate new ideas to spur economic growth. It’s that power of collaboration that fuels Northeast Indiana and Fort Wayne’s business attraction strategy.
As we approach the year 2020, the time has come to recast Vision 2020 and set the vision for how Northeast Indiana and Fort Wayne will continue to build our region over the next decade and beyond.
Design & Craftsmanship
Fort Wayne and Northeast Indiana are a magnet for creative talent. Design and craftsmanship businesses bring in millions of dollars, employ thousands of specialized personnel, and develop creative products that change our world.
Northeast Indiana’s emerging advanced materials industry is a critical driver of innovation across a wide range of important technology and industrial sectors.
News and Blog
Reverse transfer deals in place among Ivy Tech, five universities
Ivy Tech has similar collaborations with 7 other Indiana colleges and universities
Early hands-on experiences key to producing talented workers, experts say
Real-world and hands-on experience vital for producing talent that is adaptable to a rapidly changing economy
Eyewear entrepreneur shares success to encourage others
Northrop High School and IPFW graduate designs, manufactures, and markets custom eyewear
Landing a destination for local business
Historic block being revitalized as a hub for entrepreneurship, technology, culture, and community enrichment
Trine awards Innovation Challenge winners
Competition focuses on new business and tech ideas and concepts from regional high school and university students
Manchester High School receives manual mill
Three-axis manual mill provided by Warsaw-based Instrumental Machine and Development
$200,000 Greater Fort Wayne campaign to promote Electric Works
Campaign will ask the public to contact elected officials on behalf of the project
City should support Electric Works project
Project would convert the 39-acre former GE complex into a mixed-use innovation district