50 Years of Ivy Tech in Fort Wayne

Business Partners

Non-Profit Partners

Many local organizations give our students scholarships, including:

Alpha Tau Xi Chapter, Phi Theta Kappa

This is our Ivy Tech Fort Wayne chapter of the community college student honor society. See details

Headlines

Ivy Tech Sponsors Business at JA's Exchange City

Through involvement with Junior Achievement, Ivy Tech State College is educating tomorrow's workforce...Ivy Tech State College has sponsored one of the businesses within Exchange City. OUr storefront is Ivy Tech Education & Postal Service Center. The students who operate this business are the mail carriers...(O3, March 15, 2005, vol.19, No. 3)


Ivy Tech Community College–Northeast Unveiling Renovated Location at Junior Achievement’s BizTown

When Junior Achievement’s “JA BizTown” opens its doors next week to approximately 9,000 fifth and sixth grade students for the 2011–12 academic year, the facility will be even more engaging as Ivy Tech Community College–Northeast will bring new life to its existing space at the facility as JA BizTown’s Education Center. Each student will be able to experience Ivy Tech and what it has to offer them with hands-on learning.... In the spring 2011, college administration agreed to place three small machines called MakerBot Thing-O-Matic Kits on display for student use. These machines are the latest in cutting-edge personal manufacturing technology and are considered a breakthrough in 3D printing technology. The machine prints objects in three-dimensional fashion. A lesson plan will be provided to teachers in advance of their visit to BizTown, so students can be prepared with their objects for printing.  Link to Article (Inside Ivy Tech, Sept. 15, 2011 )


Former offenders learn construction skills while restoring neighborhoods

...Ivy Tech CC is providing 125 hours of instruction through "Introduction to Construction and Home Repair" Training. The students will receive a Certificate of Completion from the Corporate and Continuing Education Services at Ivy Tech. This training will matriculate into five hours of credit and will be applied towards a construction degree...(co-sponsored by Allen County Community Corrections) (O3, July 15, 2005, vol. 19, no.7)

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