Indianapolis residents ages 15 through 30 can attend a virtual job fair to connect with employers and training opportunities. Information on careers and employability skills training through the Job Ready Indy program is available.
Pathway Resource Center My Brother’s Keeper program job fair will be 4-6 p.m. Nov. 10 on BoothCentral. To register, visit bit.ly/MBKjobfair.
Donate warm clothing
The Share the Warmth donation drive to provide warm clothing to individuals experiencing homelessness be 9 a.m.-11 p.m. Nov. 13 on Monument Circle.
Horizon House, in partnership with Downtown Indy Inc. and IBEW 481, will accept donations in the southeast quadrant of the Circle across from the AES Indiana building. In addition to clothing, cash also will be accepted.
Most needed items include men’s coats, men’s and women’s gloves and blankets.
All-Star Pitch Night
ReEntry Entrepreneurship Development Initiative (REDi), a program of the Indy Chamber’s Entrepreneur Services division, will have an inaugural pitch contest featuring five graduates of the program, known as “All-Stars” to present their businesses to a live audience and panel of judges Nov. 17 at Speak Easy.
REDi helps current and formerly incarcerated individuals find self-sufficiency through small business ownership by providing five-week training courses and a one-on-one coach. Thirty-five businesses have launched with REDi’s assistance. Lessons about cash flow, market research and customer relations are included in the training. REDi is a program of the Business Ownership Initiative (BOI), a program that has provided more than 10,000 hours of business coaching and more than $40,000 in lending capital.
To learn more or register to attend, visit IndyChamber.com/Events.
Winter farmers market
The Indy Winter Farmers Market will be 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. every Saturday until April 30, 2022, at The AMP at 16 Tech, 1220 Waterway Blvd.
Operating since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market is the longest running and only winter market downtown. The market offers a Triple-Match SNAP program, allowing shoppers to turn $20 into $60 of fresh food and produce.
Produce from local farmers, artisan food products including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, baked goods, preserved and fermented food are available. There will be live music, and a children’s play area is available.