Catapult Indiana is a 160-hour paid training program that teaches participants about advanced manufacturing and logistics through classroom work and hands-on experience. An initiative of Conexus Indiana, Catapult gives students the skills they need to succeed in this fast-growing field.  To launch Catapult Indiana, the Fairbanks Foundation awarded two grants to Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP) Foundation totaling more than $750,000. The grants allowed Conexus Indiana to develop a statewide model for the program and to implement a Catapult site in Marion County. As of November 2023, 336 students have participated in Catapult in Marion County. Statewide, 90% of the program’s graduates receive at least one job offer and report average wage growth of […]

リチャード M. フェアバンクス財団の無料データ ダッシュボード (私たちはコミュニティ データ スナップショットと呼んでいます) の教育セクションが新たに更新され、ユーザーはインディアナ州マリオン郡の個々の学校および学校法人のデータを表示および比較し、生徒の成績を次のように表示できるようになりました。学校タイプ。



WFYI は、視聴者の参加と質の高いレポートを通じて、地域社会の意識を高め、中央インディアナ州の主要な公衆衛生と教育の問題と解決策についての理解を深めます。

Teacher quality is an important driver of student success. In order to improve student outcomes and increase the diversity of educators in Indianapolis, Marian University redesigned and transformed its college of education into the Fred S. Klipsch Educators College.

Too few of Indianapolis’ Black and Latino students and students from low-income families are prepared to succeed in today’s STEM workforce. To respond to this challenge, Purdue University created a new high school model designed to develop a new generation of skilled STEM talent better able to transition from high school to college and careers.

大学の問題 is the Fairbanks Foundation's $15 million initiative to increase the number of Marion County high schoolers who enroll in college. Learn more.