NextLevelJobs - Employer Training Grant 4.0
Rapid Recovery CARES Act
We are excited to announce that the Next Level Jobs – Employer Training Grant (ETG) resumed on July 1st, 2020 and is open for employers to apply for this free training reimbursement opportunity.
NLJ Employer Training Grant 4.0 phase will allow for:
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The Historic Tivoli Theatre (24 N Washington St, Spencer) will host the Lloyd Wood Band at 7pm, Saturday, September 19th. Recognized as a local family-friendly blue-grass band in south-central Indiana playing throughout the years at most all your favorite venue, your one of 150 tickets sold can be purchased in advance at www.spencertivoli.org.
Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center at IU is Offering a Visual Analytics Certificate Course
Advance your skills in one of the most in-demand fields, Visual Analytics, by joining the next Visual Analytics Certificate (VAC) course, Sept 7-Oct 18, 2020. This 6-week, 3 CEU course leads to a Visual Analytics Certificate by Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indiana University-Bloomington. Delivered entirely online, all coursework can be completed asynchronously to fit busy schedules. For registration and FAQs go to https://visanalytics.cns.iu.edu/
HFI has welcomed three new team members over the last few months - Tyler Blackburn, Mariah Hammond, and Katie Keene. Read more about them below!
Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington is open to serve students in preparation for the start of fall classes. Students and prospective students can now receive on-campus assistance with next steps to enrolling during business hours. Students can also receive one-on-one virtual assistance by emailing email@example.com or by calling (812) 330-6013.
Organizations Partnering to Provide Free Mental Health Care and Physical Wellness Care to Local Cancer Patients
Beginning August 3, local oncology patients and their families will have increased access to a broad range of psychosocial services. Bloomington Health Foundation, Cancer Support Community Central Indiana, and IU Health South Central Region are coordinating efforts to provide free virtual programming for those impacted by cancer in Monroe County and surrounding communities.
Comcast is committed to keeping people connected during this difficult time. Here are some important updates they have made to those commitments and the resources that they are making available to continue to support their customers and our communities. Read more below for details about these updates.
The August/September issue of Bloom Magazine will be out on August 6, available at open businesses and mailed to thousands of homes. It features Heros of the Pandemic, inspiring stories about Bloomingtonians who've gone beyond the call of duty to help their fellow citizens.
We are now taking ads for the August/September issue, which includes both the Family Business and Holiday Giving Guide special advertising sections.
The construction season proceeds this summer, as current public health guidelines allow, bringing improvements to city streets and bicycle/pedestrian infrastructure, among other public works. City employees are continuing to practice (and work with contractors to implement) CDC protocols regarding physical distancing, face covering, hygiene, and disinfection of vehicles and equipment to protect workers engaged in these projects and prevent community transmission of COVID-19. Updates on several projects follow, with an opportunity for Bloomington homeowners leading this week’s list. Click "Read More" to see what updates are happening around Bloomington.