Three Purdue University Calumet fitness management students have received $750 scholarships from the university’s Department of Fitness, Wellness and Recreational Sports for the 2015-16 academic year.
Providing youth with opportunities to continue to learn and engage in meaningful activities before the start of school, and at the end of the school day can boost their academic success. To help motivate and inspire kids to learn, the Duneland Family YMCA is offering a before and after school program to school-aged children throughout Duneland School Corp. district. The Y's School Age Child Care program combines academics with play and offers a caring and safe environment for youth who would otherwise be left unsupervised. Studies show that participation in before and after school care programs help boost school attendance and academic performance.
Purdue University North Central is accepting registrations from students interested in earning a Master of Business Administration degree. Classes will begin Sept. 12 Deadline for admission is Aug. 14.
Strong communities comes from strong education. That is one of the core beliefs behind the Portage Township Education Foundation’s mission to help students within the Portage community.
The Purdue University North Central student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has been awarded a 2014-2015 Student Chapter Merit Award designation from the Society for Human Resource Management for providing exceptional growth and development opportunities to its student chapter members.
United Way of Porter County and 1st Source Bank Team Up To Give Myers Elementary Students a Head Start with Kinder Kamp
The United Way of Porter County along with 1st Source Bank worked together to bring Kinder Kamp, a program designed to help students obtain the skills necessary to be successful in school for those who did not receive previous preparation or education.
The Challenger Learning Center of Northwest Indiana and specially selected students from Hammond’s elementary schools will connect live with Lockheed Martin Engineer Brian Foss on Tuesday, July 21 during their week of astronaut training summer camp. Foss is a materials and process engineer and part of the team working to develop NASA’s next vehicle to take humans to space: Orion.
The Purdue University North Central 269-acre campus is open to the public to enjoy and visitors are welcome to come by to picnic, take a walking tour of the campus sculpture and hike the many walking paths.
Purdue University North Central’s Office of Graduate and Extended Learning and Office of Learning Technology, in partnership with Westville’s Independent Cat Society, will offer a non-credit workshop for current and future educators who want to learn how to search for and write grants more effectively.