The Arc of Indiana Foundation and its Erskine Green Training Institute and Courtyard Muncie teaching hotel was recognized as June’s Hometown Hero by WLBC radio. Learn more about this innovative project that will train people with disabilities from around the state for careers in the hotel, restaurant and healthcare support fields as well as provide… Read more »
Listen in as Michelle Fischer talks with Carl Erskine and Steve Green about the Erskine Green Training Institute, a postsecondary program in Muncie, Indiana that will provide vocational training for a variety of jobs in the hotel, food service, and healthcare environments.
The Arc of Indiana Foundation is pleased to announce that the postsecondary training institute for people with disabilities, under construction in Muncie, Indiana, has been named the Erskine Green Training Institute in honor of Carl Erskine and Steve Green and their families. This one-of-a-kind program will provide vocational training for a variety of jobs in the hotel, food service, and healthcare environments. It is scheduled to open to its first students in January, 2016.
The Arc and IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital Foundation Press Release-1 A $3 million commitment from the Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital Foundation has been pledged to create job training and employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Specific healthcare focused training will be an option at The Arc’s Training Institute and Teaching Hotel, which… Read more »
Published by The Star Press Written by Keith Roysdon Because of occasional showers outside Tuesday morning, groundbreaking ceremonies for Muncie’s new downtown hotel were moved inside the Horizon Convention Center, adjacent to where the Courtyard by Marriott hotel and a city parking garage will be built over the next year. The convention center location —… Read more »
Published by The Tribune-Star Written by Sue Loughlin Arc of Indiana on Tuesday broke ground on a $29 million institute/teaching hotel in downtown Muncie that is designed train people with disabilities about the hospitality and food service industries. “It’s the first of its kind in the nation,” said Marlene Lu, of Indiana State University’s Blumberg Center; Lu… Read more »
Published by The Star Press Written by Keith Royson Mayor Dennis Tyler is tying a rebuild of South Madison to the quiet zone project, which benefits new downtown hotel Mayor Dennis Tyler is launching a multi-million-dollar project to implement a quiet zone in the core of the city and is tying it into a major… Read more »
Published by Inside Indiana Business The Community Foundation of Muncie & Delaware County, Inc. is awarding $205,287 to 17 nonprofit organizations during the second cycle of the 2014 Competitive Grant season. “The dedication and determination of the nonprofit organizations in this community is astounding,” said Suzanne Kadinger, Vice President of The Community Foundation of Muncie… Read more »
Published by “Disability Scoop” Written by Michelle Diament Construction is set to begin on a first-of-its-kind hotel where teaching and employing people with disabilities will be just as important as accommodating overnight guests. At least 20 percent of workers at the 150-room Courtyard by Marriott being built in Muncie, Ind. will be individuals with developmental… Read more »
The Arc of Indiana announced today that a teaching hotel being developed by The Arc’s for-profit corporation, Arc Innovations, in conjunction with a hospitality training institute, will be a Courtyard by Marriott. Governor Mike Pence and Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler joined The Arc for the announcement at a press conference at Muncie’s Horizon Convention Center…. Read more »