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2015 IUPUI Nonprofit Expo

Are you a student looking for internships, jobs or volunteer opportunities in nonprofits or public service? Or are you looking to meet students interested in working for your organization? Participate in the Fifth Nonprofit Expo at IUPUI on March 4, 2015!

The IUPUI Nonprofit Expo brings together nonprofit, government and community partners that offer internship, volunteer and job opportunities to IUPUI students and alumni. The IUPUI Nonprofit Expo, an IUPUI Career Services Council event, is coordinated by the IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs, IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, IU School of Social Work, the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and IUPUI Center for Service and Learning.

The IUPUI Nonprofit Expo takes place from 1 to 4 p.m. on March 4, 2015 in the IUPUI Campus Center, Room 450.

Follow the IUPUI Nonprofit Expo Twitter or #npexpo15 for updates on this year's event.

EMPLOYERS AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS: For information on the 2015 Nonprofit Expo, contact Kathleen Hursh, Assistant Director of Career Services at SPEA; hurshk@iupui.edu or 317-278-3651. Or e-mail npexpo@iupui.edu.

Click here for a map of vendors at the 2015 IUPUI Nonprofit Expo.

Click here to register your organization.

SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS

Thanks to our 2015 sponsors!

Note: our sponsors and participants may be updated up until the Nonprofit Expo takes place on March 4.

Cleveland Clinc

Cleveland Clinic, a leader in research, education and health information

Charitable Advisors

Charitable Advisors, a consulting practice that focuses on expanding the capacity of area for nonprofits.

MESH Coalition

MESH Coalition enables health care providers to respond effectively to emergency events and remain viable through recovery.

Christian Theological Seminary

Christian Theological Seminary is a seminary related to the Christian Church and offers eight degree-level education courses in Indianapolis.

Indiana Pacers Bikeshare

Indiana Pacers Bikeshare is a program of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail with the mission of allowing people to conveniently and cheaply bike around downtown Indy for short trips.

Damar Services, Inc.

Damar Services, Inc. is an Indianapolis-based residential facility for children and teens with mental disabilities.

Partners in Housing

Partners in Housing provides affordable housing and support to people in need.

Pizza King Indiana

For help with resumes and additional prep for the Nonprofit Expo, visit your school’s career development office.

Sponsorship Levels:

Platinum ($500 and higher)

  • Choice of table at expo
  • Logo on program (large)
  • Full page ad in program
  • Two additional parking passes
  • Logo on marketing materials (large)

GOLD ($300-499)

  • Choice of table at expo
  • Logo on program (large)
  • Full page ad in program
  • Two additional parking passes
  • Logo marketing materials (medium)

SILVER ($250-299)

  • Choice of table at expo
  • Logo on programs (medium)
  • Half page ad in program
  • One additional parking pass
  • Logo on marketing materials (small)

BRONZE ($200-249)

  • Choice of table at expo
  • Logo on program
  • Quarter page ad in program

Sponsor contributions support room setup, programs, student leadership, event promotion and marketing, photographer and refreshments. We keep registration fees low because of the generosity of your sponsorship. Each year, the IUPUI Nonprofit Expo welcomes nonprofits that represent a wide range of areas within the field.

Our 2015 participants include:

Educational & Social Services

Adult and Child Mental Health Center
Aspire Indiana, Inc.
Avon Community School Corporation
AYS, Inc.
Back on My Feet
Bertha's Mission
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana
CityYear
Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana
Early Learning Indiana - United Way of Central Indiana
Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana
Family Development Services
Forest Manor Multi-Service Center
Healing Friends Foundation
Indiana Connected by 25
Indiana Latino Institute
Indiana Legal Services, Inc.
Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center
Indy Learning Centers
Indy Reads
League of Women Voters of Indiana
Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center
Noble of Indiana
The O'Connor House
Options in Education Foundation
Planned Parenthood
The Polis Center
Sycamore Services, Inc.
Thrive 360
Voices Corporation

Arts & Culture

Indiana Historical Society
Indiana Repertory Theatre
Indianapolis City Market
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Indy Film Fest
Indy Fringe
Big Car

Environment

Brownsburg Parks
Earth Charter Indiana
Hoosier Environmental Council
Human Energy Services, Inc.

Indiana Park and Recreation Association
Indiana Recycling Coalition
Indiana Wildlife Federation
Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful

Youth Services

Boys & Girls Club of Indianapolis
Crossroads of America Council - Boy Scouts of America
YMCA Camp Crosley
Indiana Youth Group
Junior Achievement of Central Indiana
Kids, Inc.
Fight for Life Foundation
Free Wheelin' Community Bikes
National Youth Sports
Reach for Youth, Inc.

Health & Wellness

American Cancer Society
American Red Cross
Damien Center
Down Syndrome Indiana
Fairbanks Hospital
HealthNet/Homeless Initiative Program
Hollis Adams Foundation
Health and Life Sciences Advising Center
Indiana Department of Insurance
Lupus Foundation of America, Indiana Chapter
Meridian Health Services
MESH Coalition
Otis R Bowen Center
Peace Corps
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
YMCA of Greater Indianapolis

Development

The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) - Indiana Chapter
CCS Fundraising
Indiana INTERNnet
Modern Woodmen
Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic

Learn more about the 2014 sponsors and participants here.