Nov. 11, 2016 The Indiana Interagency Autism Coordinating Council (IIACC) has recognized EGTI as the recipient of the first-ever Driver of Innovative Service and Implementation (DISI) award. HANDS in Autism Interdisciplinary Training and Resource Center highlighted EGTI’s work in its monthly newsletter this week. Their recognition reads: We are proud to congratulate Erskine Green Training Institute (EGTI)… Read more »
10/05/2016 Indianapolis, IN – Centric Indy announced today the winners of the 2016 Indiana Innovation Awards. An executive panel of judges sorted and analyzed 30 finalists from this year’s nomination list to select just 8 of Indiana’s best new innovations. Winning innovations were judged on how well it meets an unmet need in the market,… Read more »
As published, 9/12/16, in The Jewish Week Special Section: 2016 Ruderman Best in Business Awards Scott Wise is celebrating his 20th anniversary as a restaurant owner this year. His professional journey has taken him from opening the first Scotty’s Brewhouse in Muncie, Ind., to operating 15 restaurants across the state and also in… Read more »
Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016, marked the graduation ceremony and celebration of EGTI’s third class of students. Congrats all around to our 12 graduates!
Courtesy of Muncie Magazine, Fall Issue By Phil Beebe When officials from the city of Muncie and The Arc of Indiana jointly announced a project that would create a downtown Muncie hotel with a training facility for people with disabilities, Brittany Bales saw an immediate opportunity to push forward her own passion and career. That’s… Read more »
POSTED 5:18 PM, JULY 27, 2016, BY SHANNON HOUSER, UPDATED AT 05:25PM, JULY 27, 2016 MUNCIE, Ind. — A new hotel in Muncie is getting recognition from around the world, all because of what’s going on inside. The Courtyard Marriott is home to the Erskine Green Training Institute. The facility is part of The ARC… Read more »
Listen in as Michelle Fischer talks with Leslie Morgan, a member of the first Erskine Green Training Institute graduating class, and Megan Stevenson, EGTI Director. A View on the First EGTI Graduating Class & Next Steps
Brendan Cifone, a recent graduate of the Erskine Green Training Institute who is blind, plays guitar to relax between assignments during his internship at the Courtyard Muncie at Horizon Convention Center.
February, 26, 2016 Recognized by President and CEO Michael Haley this week during our State of the Region Address, Zach O’Connor is an outstanding student from the The Arc of Indiana, training at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital with the Erskine Green Training Institute: “Zach makes genuine connections with our patients.” Here’s Zach’s story ———————————–… Read more »
INDIANAPOLIS — A first-of-its-kind program is opening the doors of opportunity for people with disabilities. The goal of the Erskine Green Training Institute is to give them the skills they need to land a job. See more: WRTV’s Katie Heinz Covers EGTI