Tag: ecoREHAB


  • Students Gain Valuable Experience with Community Partners

    In CAP, we thrive on partnerships with our community. Here’s a quick peek at how some of our most consistent partners worked with just one of our faculty members this year. Partners and Projects Avondale Methodist Church ministers in a myriad of ways to its southside community, Thomas Park-Avondale ecoREHAB fixes up rundown homes with […]

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  • Skilled trades education program for at-risk youth

    Ball State Department of Architecture faculty Professor Pam Harwood and Associate Professor Tom Collins are part of two grants recently awarded to ecoREHAB to initiate a Skilled Trades Education Program (STEP) for at-risk, under or unemployed youth in Muncie.  Working with Excutive Direct Jason Haney of ecoREHAB they will help develop STEP’s training curriculum that […]

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