Back to School Health Fair 2019
Indianapolis chapter honors Mari Evans- activist, author
The Indianapolis Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, Big Car, Inc., the Indiana Arts Commission and others celebrated the life and works of Mari Evans, a legend in the Black Arts Movement. Inspired by her mentor, Langston Hughes, and other noted artists, Mari's work has influenced generations. Her work has appeared in more than 100 publications.
A mural, painted by Michael AlKempi Jordan, is part of a public arts project for Indianapolis. This mural is displayed on the Davlan Building, located in downtown Indianapolis. City County Councilman of District 15, Vop Osili, presented Ms. Evans with a proclamation from the city declaring August 13 as Mari Evans day in Indianapolis.
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Operation Internship is a program created by the Indianapolis Chapter of The Links, Inc.
Provides "experiences" thru internships/ shadowing to gain a better understanding of field of study.
Opportunities for high school and college students.
To help college students graduate on time (fewer major changes because they understand what the field is all about)
Greater exposure to STEM professionals
Help crystalize professional goals
Increased understanding of education process and academic expectations
Connectors/ mentors in selected profession
Experience to put on resume/application and to discuss during an interview
Future employment/ involvement in particular field
Application process opens March 1 and ends April 30 each year.
Students are generally notified in early May.
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