May 24, 2016

Chad E. Oswald Graduating from Bar Leader Series Class of XIII

 Congratulations to Chad E. Oswald on graduating from Bar Leader Series Class of XIII.  The IndyBar's Bar Leader Series develops lawyers for future opportunities in leadership roles in the business and legal communities. Through the Bar Leader Series, participants learn what it means to be a leader, gain insight vital to leaders in our community and learn how to communicate, motivate, inspire and succeed not only in their law career, but also in service to professional, political, judicial, civic and community organizations.

As a condition of graduation, each of member of the class is divided up into small teams, and each team is tasked with creating and implementing a community service project.  Chad and his team focused on children, and took a holistic approach to improving children’s  lives. The team partnered with George Washington High School want to  provide   education     and   support   to  those  communities and individuals   influencing   children. 
On April 6, 2016, the team organized a community resource fair called “Connecting the Continental Community”, which was hosted at George Washington High School. The fair was open to all students, parents, relatives, and guardians of George Washington and their feeder schools. 
The community partners present at the resource fair were:
Marion County Prosecutor’s Office                 
Neighborhood Alliance for Child Safety           
Delta Sigma Theta, Indy Alumnae Chapter                  
Indiana Legal Services                           
The Mayor's Office of Re-Entry                    
 Midtown/Eskenazi Health
Nurse Family Partnership
Nurse Family Partnership
Reach for Youth
The Excel Center
The program directly addressed the chronic issues facing the at-risk, under- privileged, and under-served youth community in Indianapolis.  The fair aimed to provide information, education, and guidance to the individuals who make up the primary support system for these at-risk children.     The program provided unique tools and exposure to community resources to the program’s target demographic, and in doing so lessened the risk of these children failing out of school, becoming a member of a gang, or otherwise “falling through the cracks.”

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