Learning With Lilly

Lewers, Christine
November 1998
Indiana Business Magazine;Nov98, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p75
Reports that Lilly Endowment Foundation has devoted nearly $190 million toward raising educational level of Indiana's workforce. Lilly Endowment's Entrepreneurial Internship Program; Involvement and support of Indiana's private colleges; Expansion of economy to include high growth areas.


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