Northeast Indiana Skills and Internships Survey
The Northeast Indiana Skills and Internships Survey, a joint project of the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership, Northeast Indiana Works and the Community Research Institute at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, is now closed. The results will help us promote and support initiatives that help meet the workforce needs of regional employers. We also intend to share the aggregate results with key stakeholders and the media, but we will not share company-specific results without your permission. Thank you to all who participated in this survey, which is critical to ensuring a robust regional economy through talent development and attraction. If you have any questions, please contact Mark Cullnane at firstname.lastname@example.org or 260-481-0282.
The Community Research Institute (CRI) is one of IPFW's commitments at the Fort Wayne campus to promote the growth and vitality of northeast Indiana. The Institute serves as one of the portals linking expertise at IPFW with the needs of public, private, and non-profit leaders in northeast Indiana. CRI provides contract-based research and analytical services through ongoing support, special in-depth reports, presentations, and economic commentary.
Our service areas include:
The Community Research Institute was founded in 1982 by Dr. Thomas Guthrie, who served as the director for twenty years, and led by John Stafford, AICP, from 2003 until mid-2013. From mid-2013 until fall 2016, CRI was led by Ellen Cutter, AICP. John Stafford, AICP, returned in early 2017 and currently serves as the interim director. Over the Institute’s 35 year history, it has grown to become a trusted partner in northeast Indiana’s business, government, and civic communities.