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Program Officer Position at LISC

LISC Indianapolis invites applications for a Program Officer who will have a lead role in implementing LISC’s economic development program—FOCUS. Fostering Commercial Urban Strategies (FOCUS) is designed to bolster economic opportunity in Indianapolis’s urban neighborhoods. Developed by LISC in partnership with the Indy Chamber, the City of Indianapolis, and the Indianapolis Coalition for Neighborhood Development, FOCUS’s goal is to build long-lasting relationships that connect neighborhoods with businesses and other resources in a way that helps drive and support neighborhood revitalization. To apply, candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to Tedd Grain with “Program Officer Position” in the subject line of … Continued

Third Round of Indy Food Fund Now Open

The Indy Food Council is pleased to announce the third round of the Indy Food Fund.  The Indy Food Fund is a small grant and loan program designed to support catalytic food related projects in Marion County.  This year the fund will prioritize applicants who can show they are working towards one of more of the following initiatives as outlined as priorities by the council: Improve access to healthy and local food across all ages and demographics. Increase the demand for local food in Indy by promoting local options, expanding existing local food production efforts and developing new ones, and … Continued

Obama’s Ivy Tech Visit Spotlights Community Development Partnerships

  It’s exciting to see President Obama celebrating the work of a great partner to LISC like Ivy Tech. The President’s highlighting of the impact that a community college can have on a community has been reflected in how Ivy Tech has been part of local comprehensive community development efforts. The Ivy Tech campus is located in the Mid-North Quality of Life neighborhood, and the college has joined with residents and organizations like the Indianapolis Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Mapleton-Fall Creek CDC, and Near North Development in implementing many community improvement goals. Three years ago, LISC invested $11.2 Million in Federal New Market … Continued

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