Planning Career Paths

Leaders in education and workforce development are offering perspectives on career planning for young people in a new blog at Your Future: Make It Your Own.  

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The region’s economy demands a workforce with a wide range of skills. Northeast Indiana Works strives to meet that need with innovative programs and customized services designed to align workforce skills with employer demands across 11 counties. Working with employers, other community partners and job-seekers, we are committed to the development and expansion of talent pipelines that will keep northeast Indiana companies and workers competitive in the 21st century marketplace.


Parents and Educators Sought for Career Awareness Survey

We’re refining the way we communicate about educational resources and career paths in northeast Indiana and Northeast Indiana Works is seeking feedback from parents and educators through a second annual Your Future: Make It Your Own research study. Students have...

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Manchester Student Leading Indiana JAG Association

Braylon Judy, a senior at Manchester High School, has been elected president of the newly created Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) Indiana Career Association. Also elected to the slate of JAG association officers were a president-elect, secretary, and...

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Analysis Identifies Gaps in Healthcare Talent Pipeline

An analysis conducted by Inspire Success focusing on healthcare talent pipeline opportunities in northeast Indiana identified a number of challenges that need to be addressed. The analysis is part of a healthcare initiative supported through an Indiana Department of...

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WorkOne Northeast

WorkOne Northeast’s 11 career centers are at the heart of many of Northeast Indiana Works’ services. 

“We are so appreciative of a job fair WorkOne Northeast arranged for us. We were able to interview on the spot, hire, and drug test many of the candidates.  We were able to fill two of our positions that had been open for months. WorkOne got the word out and brought us awesome talent.”

Renee Arreola, Human Resource Manager, Mobex Global

“I am a 70-year-old disabled Vietnam combat veteran. I had come to the end of my work career and had nothing to look forward to or to motivate me. WorkOne gave me an alternative to giving up. I fought long and hard, went back to school to update my education, and with the help of WorkOne revived my self-respect and self-confidence. I rediscovered my passion for working and became an assistant manager of an automotive parts store.”

John Anderson

“WorkOne Northeast gave me a chance to start over in a new career, even at my age. Through education and training, I’m learning an in-demand trade as a CNC machinist at Greatbatch Medical and making a living wage at the same time. Thank you WorkOne for giving me the chance to show the world that old dogs can learn new tricks.”

Rebecca Miller