The Indiana Uplands region has been selected to receive $30 million in funding from the Indiana Regional Economic Acceleration and Development Initiative (READI).
Nov 29, the Indiana Uplands READI steering committee proudly presented the “Region on the Rise” Plan to the Indiana Economic Development Corporation review committee at Dallara IndyCar Factory.
Regional Opportunity Initiatives has been awarded an $85,000 grant from the Indiana Commission for Higher Education’s STEM Teacher Recruitment Fund.
Next Housing Series Session: December 15 at 9:00 a.m.
The Indiana Uplands plan submitted for the Indiana Regional Economic Acceleration and Development Initiative is now available.
Regional Opportunity Initiatives is excited to be selected for the Indiana Youth Apprenticeship Accelerator award that will serve to accelerate the implementation of ROI's UpSkill Work and Learn Initiative and the region’s industry cluster strategies.
Exciting updates on Salem Pocket Park, CDFI Friendly Bloomington, Avoca Park, The Launching Center, MyPath Trail, Jasper-Dubois Library Mobile Makerspace, Humphrey Park, Banneker Community Center, and PLAYoli Community Playground.
Check out the latest ROI Newsletter issue for updates on the Indiana Uplands, READI, the Uplands Maker Mobile, STEM Fellows, PLAYoli Playground, and much more!
Nineteen individuals serving across the Indiana Uplands as school counselors, career coaches, work-based and internship coordinators, teachers, adult educators, and an HR administrator have been selected.
The 17 K-6 educators chosen for ROI's 5th cohort will begin their fellowship year in August, bringing the total number to 97 Fellows working to advance science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) activities in Indiana Uplands classrooms and schools.
ROI has announced that its new Grant Writing Fellowship program is launching with 19 community and regional leaders selected from a competitive application process.
ROI and Radius Indiana are pleased to announce that the 11 counties of the Indiana Uplands will continue their shared commitment to economic and community prosperity through participation in READI.
ROI is conducting a crowd-sourced internet speed project. The goal of this project is to create an accurate region map of where internet service is available, where it is unavailable, and what broadband speed residents are currently receiving.
Representatives from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation will outline the READI program, highlight the state’s goals, and address specific questions.
Funds from the American Rescue Plan Act are heading towards local communities across the country. ARPA offers opportunities for community leaders to fund a variety of initiatives beneficial to the future of your citizens. Special thanks to Andrea Kern of the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs who joined us over Zoom on June 1 to help us understand the opportunity that ARPA offers to Indiana Uplands communities.