Programs for Youth

  • Minority Engineering Program of Indianapolis

    Lilly supports MEPI, which prepares underrepresented minority students to enter STEM-related careers. Nearly 20 Lilly engineering and IT professionals work with students at monthly hands-on learning sessions.

  • Street Law

    Lilly collaborates with Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, on this national program at Indianapolis’ Shortridge Magnet High School for Law & Public Policy to help high school students learn real-world applications of civil law.

  • STEM

    Lilly is a leading company engaged in STEM strategy, including focus on teacher professional development.

  • Center for Leadership Development

    For more than 30 years, Lilly has partnered with CLD to help develop leadership and professional skills in African American youth in Indianapolis.

  • Project Stepping Stone

    Members of OLA (Organization of Latinos at Lilly) participate in Project Stepping Stone, a community event for Indiana Latino high school students interested in attending college.

  • Black Data Processing Associates

    Lilly partners with the BDPA, an organization that exposes local minority youth to information technology concepts through interactive, hands-on workshops and activities in leading-edge technology topics.

  • Indiana Youth Group

    The Lilly Foundation supports this organization that provides youth development programs and support services that foster personal strength among self-identified LGBT young people and questioning youth.