Education

Gaining momentum from our people, our resources

Companies from various sectors can benefit from Indiana’s wealth of resources, including a qualified, highly educated workforce.

As one of the highest producers of college graduates in the country, Indiana is home to over 70 colleges and universities. And there are over 20 Ivy Tech community-based, technical colleges strategically positioned throughout the state to provide technical training and two-year degrees.

Purdue Research Park in West Lafayette, named the nation’s top research park by the Association of University Research Parks, offers businesses a strategic location including direct access to tech-based educational facilities and first-class services.

While assisting technology-driven businesses, Rose-Hulman Ventures in Terre Haute provides educational experiences for students and faculty. This unique combination creates career opportunities for new graduates and the development of innovative technologies and technology companies.

With offices in Indianapolis and Bloomington, the Indiana University Research & Technology Corporation (IURTC), a not-for-profit agency, also provides businesses with access to cutting-edge laboratories and equipment, personnel, communication tools and information technologies.

The Midwest Entrepreneurial Education Center is the training and development facility of the nationally ranked Entrepreneurship Program at Ball State University in Muncie. Its mission is to develop the entrepreneurial perspective in individuals at the collegiate and adult levels, and develop an entrepreneurial environment throughout Indiana and the Midwest.