New Partnership with Indiana Wesleyan University

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At Ministry Incubators, we are always excited to go beyond one-off interactions with ministry leaders. We have formed numerous partnerships with organizations around the world that allow us to engage with these leaders in ways that create lasting innovation. In that spirit of lasting innovation, we are excited to announce a new partnership with Indiana Wesleyan University’s Kern Ministry Education Program. We have been working with them through hosted Hatchathons, helping hatch initiatives ranging from a graphic design start-up to a new company focused on getting therapy dogs into local elementary schools. This new partnership will extend the impact of this existing partnership in new and exciting ways.

The focus of this new partnership will be matching Kern students with businesses in the local community of Marion, Indiana. Through this new partnership, the students and businesses will attend a Hatchathon, work with Marion Design Co to create a brand and strategy for their venture and receive coaching from Ministry Incubators. After the students and businesses have gone through this process, the students will do an internship with their local business partner.

We’re thankful to everyone who has made this partnership possible and are excited to see the great places this partnership leads!

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