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| May 26, 2020
The Mind Trust awards total of $109,000 to five Talent Innovation Fund recipients

Indianapolis – (May 26, 2020) – The Mind Trust today announced five recipients of Talent Innovation Fund awards, investing $109,000 into projects that will implement locally-driven, creative approaches to help solve an education talent challenge in Indianapolis.

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| May 14, 2020
The Mind Trust selects 30 Indianapolis school leaders for national principal fellowship

Indianapolis — (May 14, 2020) —The Mind Trust, an Indianapolis-based education nonprofit, today announced the fourth cohort of Indianapolis school leaders that the organization will sponsor to attend Relay Graduate School of Education’s school leadership programs. Relay is a nationally-recognized graduate school of education that provides next-level training and leadership development to school leaders across the country.

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| April 1, 2020
Surge Academy and The Mind Trust announce Indianapolis launch of executive program for leaders of color in education

(Indianapolis – April 1, 2020) – The Surge Academy, a program that spends six months developing, elevating and uniting emerging education leaders of color, will be expanding to the city of Indianapolis, IN.

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| March 17, 2020
The Mind Trust to donate $100,000 to Jim Irsay Million Dollar Challenge benefiting Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana

Indianapolis – (March 17, 2020) – The Mind Trust, an Indianapolis-based education nonprofit, announced today that it will make an immediate $100,000 donation to Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana to ensure Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay’s Million Dollar Match can be made as soon as possible. 

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| March 3, 2020
The Mind Trust opens application for Talent Innovation Fund

Indianapolis – (March 3, 2020) – The Mind Trust, an Indianapolis-based education nonprofit organization, is now accepting applications for the Talent Innovation Fund, an award designed to address the challenge of recruiting and retaining high-performing talent in Indianapolis. Districts, individual schools, school networks, or organizations serving students in Indianapolis’ Center Township may apply for funding that will support the implementation of innovative strategies to enhance the city’s education talent pool. The Talent Innovation Fund is part of The Mind Trust’s strategy to support great schools by developing and sustaining a pipeline of high-performing, diverse instructional talent. 

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