What are the issues Indiana families face every day? What are the tools they need to navigate these challenges? The 2017 Status of Indiana Families symposium will provide insight into critical issues facing Indiana families from infants and children to the aging and elderly. Topics also include issues of military families, low income families seeking higher education, low income single moms and issues of rural and urban families.
Speakers include researchers from Indiana University, Ivy Tech Community College, Marian University, Purdue University, and Sagamore Institute.
Featuring Lunch with Keynote Speaker Chuck Underwood
Author of “The Generational Imperative” and “America’s Generations in the Workplace, Marketplace and Living Room”, Chuck Underwood is one of the handful of pioneers who created, developed, and popularized the field of generational study. The principles he established over the past quarter-century – from his formal research and front-line work with clients in all industries – are now a permanent part of this discipline. He is also considered by audiences in the U. S., Canada, and western Europe to be the best presenter of these strategies: in his training seminars, workshops, and keynote speeches.
Cost – $50; lunch includedRegistration and Agenda