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Indianapolis may be the best-positioned city in our nation to drive progress in education.And what are education innovators, advocates, families and our greater community doing to seize this pivotal, unprecedented opportunity?
Join IndyHub and The Mind Trust on April 19, 5:30 p.m. for the second of three conversations, this time we will connect with Ryan Brady, Director of Stewardship & Anniversary Campaigns at CICF and TMT Education Champion, Ahmed Young, Director of Office of Education Innovation/Charter Schools - City of Indianapolis, and Brandon Brown, Senior Vice President of Education Innovation with The Mind Trust to learn how our local community can join these efforts to help reshape the city’s future, and become champions of education.
Your ticket includes dinner from Circle City Soups and a drink from Centerpoint Brewery. And unlike last year we won't collectively ride the bus to our destination, but we encourage you to use the IndyGo Trip Planner if you'd like to ride public transit.
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Save the date for the next dinner conversation on May 10.
The Mind Trust is a nonprofit striving to give every Indianapolis student access to an excellent, high-quality public school; through recruiting and empowering top talent; launching and supporting new, innovative and high-quality public schools in Indianapolis; and engaging community stakeholders in conversations about innovation in public education.
Since 2006, The Mind Trust has impacted more than 132,000 Indianapolis public school students, attracted and placed more than 900 teachers and school leaders and raised more than $73 million to bring innovative ideas into Indianapolis classrooms. More information can be found at www.themindtrust.org.
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IndyHub is an advocate and resource for twenty- and thirty-somethings in Indianapolis, providing a space to learn about and become a part of the city. We exist to connect you: with individuals, with community organizations, with local businesses, with Indianapolis. We don't do official membership, and we don't charge dues. Our success rests on helping you finding ways to engage, and so we work to eliminate barriers to your involvement.