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Non-profit changes name to Northeast Indiana Works

Northeast Indiana Regional Workforce Investment Board officials announced today they have changed the organization’s name to Northeast Indiana Works.

The non-profit organization each year helps more than 40,000 individuals acquire skills training and job leads. Meanwhile, the staff works annually with more than 1,200 companies on customized hiring and training assistance. Among the programs is operates is WorkOne Northeast.

Northeast Indiana Works officials believe the new name more accurately communicates what services the organization provides.

The Fort Wayne office – at 200 E. Main St., Suite 910 – works with employers and individuals in 11 counties, including Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Noble, Steuben, Wells and Whitley.

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