Putting Indianapolis on the Map as a Talent Hub


Indianapolis needed talented leaders to help transform its struggling K-12 education system. That’s why nonprofit The Mind Trust has pushed to draw the best and brightest talent to the city to help develop great schools so that every student has the opportunity to receive an excellent education.

Are You All-in 4 Pre-K?


Indiana is one of only 8 states in the nation without a pre-k program for low-income students. So United Way of Central Indiana enlisted our team to help expand their grassroots campaign to help push for the expansion of an existing state-funded pre-k pilot program, which would help serve an additional 7,000 children from low-income families annually.

Today’s FAFSA for Tomorrow’s Student


As relatively recent college graduates, we are both painfully familiar with the challenges of financing an education. Specifically, the challenges of using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as a means of making college access shift from a dream to a reality.

Three Things Adult Learners Need to Succeed in Higher Ed


Imagine you’re a student balancing going back to college with a full- or part-time job and family responsibilities – maybe even caring for your children. As a former graduate student who worked full time while pursuing my master’s degree, I can tell you it’s not easy.