Organization name: IU Health

Program Type

Mentoring and career navigation programs
Leadership skills & college/career prep programs

Ages Served:

19-25 Years


Brief Program Summary: The Mosaic Center will offer a “mosaic” of individualized and intensive services to help individuals chart pathways to meaningful careers at IU Health, other healthcare settings, or beyond the healthcare field. The Mosaic Center will support under- and unemployed individuals, entry-level IU Health employees, independent former foster care youth ages 18-26, and Crispus Attucks High School students in the IU Health Fellowship program, which uses a curriculum co-developed by IPS and IU Health and guarantees fellows job offers from IU Health upon graduation.
Success Metrics: IU Health has contracted Wilder Foundation to conduct a 5 year evaluation plan for the Mosaic Center. The following outputs will be tracked: Number of participants enrolled; Coaching (number of participants receiving coaching, hours); Hours of coaching provided; Number of participants enrolled in education program; Tuition assistance (Dollar amount and number of participants); Percent of participants with job placements at $13-$17.99/hr with a career pathway; Percent of participants with job placements at $18+/hr; Career pathways (number and types identified); Fellowship students (number enrolled, number completed); Community partnerships (number and type); number of BIPOC in leadership positions; Internship/externship opportunities (number and type).


Number Served & Racial Distribution:

Total Number of Individuals Annually Served

IU Health is currently building and implementing the Mosaic Center. The plan is by 2023 the Mosaic Center will be fully staffed and serving 800 participants annually.

Black or African Americans Annually Served


Hispanic or Latinos Annually Served


Geographic Scope:

− Central Indiana Counties: Marion
− Additional/Other Areas of Focus: The Mosaic Center will be located in the Near North
neighborhood in Marion County, but it will serve anyone who walks in the doors. A
majority of participants will be from Marion County.


Annual Operating Cost: $2,500,000
Initial Start-Up Cost: $10,500,000 million (First 5 years)

Contact Information

Organization Name: IU Health
Respondents Name: Cassandra Tice
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