This course is generously supported by a number of organizations dedicated to the development and prosperity of Indiana. The following utilities usually offer full non-credit tuition scholarships to participants who reside in their Indiana service area. Please contact your provider directly to see if you qualify for one of these scholarships.
Duke has filled all of its scholarships for the 2018 ED course.
|Indiana Municipal Power Agency
firstname.lastname@example.org • 317-575-3879
email@example.com • 219-647-5649
|Wabash Valley Power Association
firstname.lastname@example.org • 317-481-2844
||Indiana Michigan Power
email@example.com • 260-408-3629
Many thanks to Duke Energy for their generous support of the “Lunch with the State” series and the “TGIT” event.
Indiana EDC is accredited by the International Economic Development Council
which accredits a number of Basic Economic Development Courses (BEDC) that
provide the foundation for entry-level economic development practitioners,
allied professionals, community leaders, and volunteers. The Indiana EDC and
other EDC/BEDCs serve as the equivalent to IEDC’s Introduction to Economic
Development Course for those interested in the CEcD Certification through IEDC.
For information on other basic economic development courses accredited by the
IEDC, please see their website.
The International Economic Development Council
is a membership organization that serves thousands of economic development professionals
from around the world with unparalleled expertise and collective influence.
IEDC develops policies to advance the profession of economic development and
serves as a clearinghouse for information on local economic problems and
solutions. It also fosters the interchange of ideas and education experiences.