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Mid-North Promise Program

Mid-North Promise ProgramThrough museum programs and community partnerships, the Old National Bank Mid-North Promise Program provides academic support for families with children who live in one of the six Mid-North neighborhoods. Recognizing that education is impacted by more than what happens within the classroom, the program also connects families to resources supporting family health and wellness, college and career readiness, and more. The program is free to qualifying families.

Features of the Program

  • One-on-one assistance from our Family Learning Navigator to co-develop family learning goals
  • Direct referrals to educational and family support resources
  • Workshops around parent and child engagement, school engagement, job readiness, college readiness, college financial resources, and more

Benefits of the Program

  • Support for families to help achieve their educational and job training goals
  • Resources to help increase family learning and positive interactions between parents and children
  • Increased understanding of the ins and outs of college and career readiness
  • Access to a network of peers with similar family learning goals

Who Qualifies

Families with children Pre-K through 12th grade who live within one of the six neighborhoods in the Mid-North area:

  • Crown Hill
  • Highland Vicinity
  • Historic Meridian Park
  • Mapleton-Fall Creek
  • Meridian Highland
  • Watson Park

For questions or to register, please contact us at 317-334-4615 or promiseinfo@childrensmuseum.org.

The Old National Bank Mid-North Promise Program is made possible through lead gift support from Old National Bank, with major support from the Lumina Foundation, Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, The Children’s Museum Guild, and generous individual donors Jane and Steve Marmon, the Katz Family Foundation, The Brougher Family Foundation, Robert and Toni Bader Charitable Foundation, Jim and Gwen Fountain, Susan and Jim Naus, Bob and Kathi Postlethwait, the Sterrett Family Foundation, and Mary Ann and Gene Zink.