SUPPORTING INDIANA STUDENTS TOGETHER

About – Partners

Learn More Indiana is privileged to partner with amazing affiliations and schools from across the entire state. These organizations unite a network of individuals working to accomplish the goal of making higher education accessible for all Hoosiers. Below is a list of our partners and an explanation of their efforts.

OUR STATE
PARTNERS

We are proud to partner with the following state organizations which are committed to supporting Indiana students and providing them with the resources they need for success in their education and career.

INDIANA AFTERSCHOOL NETWORK

Indiana Afterschool Network inspires, empowers and mobilizes the advocates, partners and practitioners of afterschool and summer programs in Indiana. Visit IndianaAfterSchool.org.

INDIANA CAMPUS COMPACT

Indiana Campus Compact is a consortium of more than 40 Indiana college and university campuses committed to fulfilling the civic purposes of higher education. Visit IndianaCampusCompact.org.

THE INDIANA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce partners with 17,000 members and investors – representing three million Hoosiers – to cultivate a world class environment providing economic opportunity and prosperity. Visit IndianaChamber.com.

THE INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

The Indiana Department of Education provides support to Indiana’s schools, teachers, students and parents. Visit DOE.in.gov.

THE DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

The Department of Workforce Development aims to develop a workforce that will allow Indiana employers to flourish and entice businesses from outside our state to relocate to Indiana. Visit DWD.in.gov.

WORK AND LEARN INDIANA

Work and Learn Indiana connects high school and college students with Indiana employers for internship experiences. Visit workandlearnindiana.com.

THE INDIANA SCHOOL COUNSELOR ASSOCIATION

The Indiana School Counselor Association supports school counselors’ efforts to help students focus on academic, personal/social and career development. Visit IndianaSchoolCounselor.org.

INDIANA YOUTH INSTITUTE

Indiana Youth Institute (IYI) promotes the healthy development of Indiana children and youth by serving the people, institutions and communities that impact their well-being. Visit IYI.org.

INVESTED

For over 35 years INvestEd’s goal has been to provide Hoosier students and families with solutions to put higher education within reach. We want to help you fund your education wisely while meeting your educational goals. Visit INvestEDIndiana.org.

JPMORGAN CHASE & CO.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small businesses, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. Visit JpMorgan Chase & Co.

INDEPENDENT COLLEGES OF INDIANA

Independent Colleges of Indiana is the collective voice for students as a non-profit association. ICI represents Indiana’s 31 private, non-profit, regionally-accredited colleges and universities. Visit Independent Colleges of Indiana.

THE INDIANA EDUCATION SAVINGS AUTHORITY

The Indiana Education Savings Authority (IESA) serves as the governing board of the CollegeChoice 529 Savings Plans and CollegeChoice CD 529 Savings Plan. Visit Indiana Education Savings Authority.

OUR COMMUNITY
PARTNERS

As a member of the community, you can make a difference for students and employers across Indiana and beyond. By becoming a mentor or getting involved in college and career initiatives in your community, you directly influence students right here in Indiana—with results that you can see.

BECOME A MENTOR

College mentors can make a vast difference in the life of a college-bound high school student. A mentor can help a student figure out what their dream is, and could be the person a student looks back on as the most important in helping them achieve their education. The power of mentoring lies in providing young people a consistent and caring guide who will help them achieve their dreams.

With a mentor, kids are more likely to graduate from high school. Big Brothers Big Sisters of America reports students who regularly meet with mentors are 52% less likely to skip school. By becoming involved in students’ lives, you help them develop positive attitudes toward school, resulting in a rise in the college-educated workforce. In fact, the Starfish Initiative program in Indianapolis saw 80% of their first class of graduates enroll in college.

MENTOR PROGRAM LISTS

The following organizations offer mentorship opportunities throughout Indiana:

Communities in Schools of Lake county
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana
Starfish Initiative
Project Leadership

If you are a 21st Century Scholars alumni, visit our Alumni page for more opportunities to give back and stay connected.

OUR EDUCATION
PARTNERS

Indiana’s teachers and educators are some of the most important figures in a students’ life. The influence of our education partners is invaluable as they help communicate critical information to help students and families navigate education and training options after high school. Learn More Indiana works to connect educators to resources to help in this pursuit.