Community Collaboration Award is given to JobSource

INDIANA – At this year’s Indiana Community Action Association’s (INCAA) annual statewide conference, IHCDA presented its inaugural Appreciation Awards Program.

The Community Collaboration Award goes to a community action agency that has worked with local partners to complete a project in their community.

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Congratulations to JobSource for joining forces with different organizations in your community to uplift education.JobSource worked on two different projects with institutions in their community that we would like to highlight. First, they partnered with Anderson University and the PNC Foundation on the Anderson Scholar House Program, which provides housing to young parents and their families attending their university increasing the accessibility of higher education in their community.


Second, this organization addressed an education gap, partnering with the school district in their community and the Minority Health Coalition & Classroom Connections to get school supplies and tutoring to kids during the pandemic remote learning.

These are just two examples of how this CAA leveraged partnerships in a meaningful way to support their community they operate.