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Hancock Health Career Training

The School of Radiologic Technology at Hancock Health trains students to become radiographers:  registered technologists in the field of radiology.  Applications are being accepted from August 1, 2023- February 23, 2024.  For more information and to apply,  please click here

The Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) Training Program addresses the growing need for more medical assistants in East Central Indiana.  For more information and to apply, please click here.


Purdue Polytechnic Anderson- Open House

Tour our facility and see students in action!

Tuesday, October 24, 2023 

1920 Purdue Parkway

Anderson, IN 46016


Indianapolis-North Christian College Fair

Representatives from many of the top Christian colleges and universities in North America will be in attendance at this fair.  You can find more information and students can pre-register here.

Christian College Fair

Thursday, October 5th  6-8pm

Heritage Christian School


Volunteer Fair

Are you looking for an opportunity to serve your community?
Are you a high school student in need of service hours?

If so, please mark your calendars for September 30, 2023!  The Community Foundation of Hancock County will host an open house at its new headquarters that will include a Volunteer Fair.  Local nonprofits will be on-site to talk with community members about volunteer opportunities. 

What:  Volunteer Fair and Open House
When:  Saturday, Sept. 30
Time: 10am to 2pm
Cost:  FREE!
Where:   Thrive Center- 971 West US 40  Greenfield, IN

For more volunteer information, please see the Community Foundation's website.


College and Career Fair

Community Foundation of Hancock County Scholarship Information

Monday, September 11, 2023

4H Fairgrounds, Greenfield, IN

6:00 to 7:30pm



Horatio Alger Scholarship for Juniors
Juniors with a GPA of at least a 2.0 and require financial assistance to attend college should visit to apply for National and State Scholarships.


Plumbers, Steamfitters, & HVAC Service Technicians Local 440 J.A.T.C. 
Now accepting applications to their apprenticeship program on a year round basis.  2023-2024 application packets are available Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:00pm on normal business days, at this location: 
Local 440 J.A.T.C. Office
 1521 Brookville Crossing Way
Indianapolis, IN 46239
Applicants must meet the following minimum qualifications.
  • All applicants shall be at least 18 years of age except as noted below.
  • Applicants can be 17 years of age at the time of application provided they are high school seniors on schedule to graduate.  Such an applicant must provide proof that a graduation certificate or GED has been awarded and must be 18 years of age prior to being indentured by the J.A.T.C. 
  • Applicants shall be high school graduates, seniors on schedule to graduate or have attained a GED certificate


  • Work Keys Assessment Tests will be administered by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.  Applicants must meet set minimum levels in all tests given by February 1, 2024 to be eligible for the 2024-2025 program year. 
  • Applicants must have a valid driver's license.
  • All applicants may be subject to criminal background check.

Qualified applicants will be required to furnish a copy of their driver's license, high school diploma or GED certificate, and an official transcript of their high school grades upon return of the application.  Accepted applicants must adhere to the ISPTA/MCAI Substance Abuse Policy.  This is an equal opportunity program.


Certified Clinical Medical Assistant Training Program
Hancock Physician Network (HPN), in partnership with Hancock Health, has a Medical Assistant Training Program to address the growing need for more medical assistants in Hancock and surrounding counties.  
The goal is to train students to work in ambulatory settings such as family and internal medicine, OB-GYN, pediatric, immediate care, and many other specialty offices.  
The class is a four month commitment plus a six week externship.  New classes begin 2-3 times per year.  Students must have a high school diploma or GED/HSE.  Classes are held at Hancock Regional Hospital in Greenfield, IN. 
For more information please click here.


Highway and Road Construction Training and Jobs

Class to train workers to fill thousands of highway and road construction jobs open in Central Indiana

Orange traffic cone season is right around the corner, and that means highway and road construction companies are looking for trained workers to fill the thousands of jobs open in the industry.

But if the word “trained” makes any Hoosiers think those jobs are out of reach for them, they should think again: A free training program put together by the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and the Indiana Construction Roundtable Foundation will help them qualify in just 8 weeks.

BY Roads (pronounced “bee-why”) is a training class starting Feb. 21 that will give students all the skills and certifications they need to be ready for job interviews at companies gearing up for the road construction season. Jobs in this field typically pay at least $18 an hour and include health and vacation benefits.

INDOT and the Indiana Construction Roundtable Foundation collaborate on BY Roads to give Hoosiers the hands-on training in highway construction safety, hand and power tools, skid steer operation, construction math, and communications, and more that is needed to be job-site ready, all at no-cost to the students.

Students who complete BY Roads will earn three industry certifications: NCCER Core, OSHA-10 and ATSSA Flagger, plus a certificate for Skid Steer operation.

The next 8-week class will meet three nights a week starting Feb. 21 at PACE, 2555 N. Keystone Ave., Ste. 170. Visit for class schedule and to register.

At the end of the class, students will participate in a job fair with companies that are hiring.

“Our goal is to train skilled workers and laborers so they can immediately start working,” said Chris Price, president of the Indiana Construction Roundtable Foundation. “This is a win for the students, who want good-paying full-time jobs; a win for the construction companies who want trained, reliable workers; and a win for Indiana, which will continue to grow and thrive economically.”

“INDOT is excited to partner with ICRF on the BY Roads training initiative. This training opportunity complements INDOT’s mission of providing a safe and innovative transportation infrastructure, and will improve the quality of life of its participants by allowing them to obtain skills in the heavy highway
industry that will make them attractive candidates for construction jobs,” said INDOT Commissioner Joe McGuinness.

The Indiana Construction Roundtable Foundation also offers BY Construction Training, which focuses on training for commercial and residential real estate construction.






Mrs. Crow (Students A-Davidson)

Mrs. Wilhelm (Students Davis-Hol)

Miss Johnson (Students Hon-Mek)

Mrs. Grimm, Director (Students Mel-Scha)

Mr. Beaver (Students Sche-Z)

Office Staff:

Mrs. Fleming- Registrar

Mrs. Roach- Secretary