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ISU Awarded $3 Million Grant

The school will use the money to expand programs at its career center.
Indiana State University received a 3-million dollar grant from the Lilly Endowment.

The school will use the money to expand programs at its career center. 
   
The center helps students find jobs and internships.
   
A new position, funded by the grant, will focus on building relationships with employers in high growth industries.
   
Its something the university believes will directly benefit students. 

"We are fortunate enough to get to hire some new staff who will blanket the state of Indiana making relationships with employers, creating those internship relationships full time job hiring relationships. Making sure all the employers know who Indiana state is and what out students have to offer," Darby Scism, Director of the ISU career Center said.

The grant is part of a $62-million giving initiative by the Lilly Endowment aimed at helping 39 different colleges and universities across the state of Indiana.
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