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Community Economic Adjustment Program
In 2006, the University of Michigan and the Center for Automotive Research were awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration to administer the Community Economic Adjustment Program. The focus of the program is to assist communities in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, and Wisconsin which have been adversely impacted by automotive manufacturing plant closures and layoffs. The following Resource Guides are searchable by keyword and contains approximately 600 Federal, State, and Non-Profit funding and support opportunities.
IN.gov has a vast resource of information and connections to Indiana Government, Business Resources, Agriculture Resources, Residential Resources like the BMV, Veterans Affairs, Voting Registration, Education Resources, Tax, Finance and Regulatory Information as well as Health Resources, Travel Information and much more.
A collaborative effort of U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Transportation, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the “Federal Resources Guide for Sustainable Rural Communities” highlights federal resources that rural communities can use to promote economic competitiveness, protect healthy environments, and enhance quality of life. The guide provides a list of programs, initiatives, and key information offered by the federal agencies.
Indiana Resource Guide for Small Business [PDF 3.4MB]
In partnership with 180 Skills, the State of Indiana is making skills training resources available to Indiana residents.
This initiative will enable 100,000 Hoosiers to have access to the 180 Skills library of skills training courses.
The goal of Indiana Rapid Recovery is to help people acquire the skills necessary for employment, and to grow the skills they need to advance in their current job.
Indiana Rapid Recovery is free to all Indiana residents.