Corporate College

Lunch and Learn

Ivy Tech Corporate College is proud to host a monthly lunch and learn activity. The targeted series will address issues that affect employers today. Sessions are held the fourth Tuesday of the month.

Boys & Girls Clubs in Monroe County

The goal of this presentation is to better inform and share opportunities available to families, students, faculty, and community members about the benefits and impact in afterschool programming specifically at the Boys & Girls Clubs in Monroe County. On average, youth spend approximately 1,400 hours at school each year and there are close to 1,200 hours in out-of-school time activities including afterschool programs, extra curricular activities, sports, etc. This time is just as invaluable as the formal education they received from 8:00-4:00 each day. In order to help shape and develop young people, structure and standards should be put in place to ensure positive youth development.

Come and learn about opportunities at the three Boys & Girls Club Units for everyone including:

-Youth ages 6-18

-Volunteering opportunities

-Professional development opportunities including internships, AmeriCorps service, and part-time employment

It takes a village to raise a child, and we've got a village of youth to help with! Learn how you can help change lives!

About the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bloomington:

The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bloomington is to empower all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as caring, productive, responsible citizens in full safety. We do this at 3 units (Lincoln Street, Crestmont, and Ellettsville) serving close to 400 kids a day! Our core program areas include: Academic Success, Character & Leadership, and Healthy Lifestyles.

For more information about the BGC visit

About the presenter:

Shawna Meyer-Niederman

Director of Operations at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bloomington

Shawna received a BS from Indiana University in Communication & Culture and Sociology and then continued her educational pursuit at Clemson University with a Masters Degree in Youth Development Leadership. She has been with the organization since August 2008, previously as the Lincoln Street Program Director then the Crestmont Unit Director. Shawna is passionate about youth development and higher education, but when she isn't having fun at the Clubs she enjoys spending time with her family. 

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11:30am – 1:00pm
Ivy Tech Community College-Ferguson Campus
Lamkin Hall
200 Daniels Way

You are welcome to bring a brown bag lunch.

FREE, no lunch provided.

For more information on program content, please contact Katrina Jones at (812) 330-6042.

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