Centier Bank recently made a $2,500 community donation to Purdue University Northwest’s Archives and Special Collections. The donation will help the library hire a student to do archival work for one semester.
“This is an extraordinary opportunity for a student interested in historical preservation as they will get hands-on experience,” Collins explained. “The Archives & Special Collections at PNW not only archives the history of Purdue University Northwest, but they also play a role in the historical preservation of Hammond and the Calumet Region.”
Dr. Kathleen Tobin, History Professor at PNW, said there is a great need for archival preservation in the Calumet Region and beyond, so developing the skills needed in students who love history is very valuable.
“Maintaining historical records and preserving the history of our institution and the community is essential for remembering our past and establishing our identity going forward,” Tobin said. “The students engaging in archival work while still in college can further explore careers in this field of history. Centier Bank has a great reputation for supporting community projects, and we are very grateful for this new partnership with the Purdue Northwest Library.”
For more information about Centier Bank, go to centier.com.
About Centier Bank
Centier Bank is Indiana’s largest private, family-owned bank, having served hometown banking across communities since 1895. With a purpose of enriching lives through caring relationships and financial guidance for an even better tomorrow, Centier Bank currently has over 60 offices, serving in 35 communities across 11 counties with over 1,000 associates.
Centier Bank has ranked on Forbes’ list of Best-in-State-Banks annually from 2018-2023. Additionally, Centier Bank has been among the top “Best Places to Work in Indiana” by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and received national attention by American Banker magazine as the Top Best Bank to Work For in Indiana and #10 in the U.S.A. For more information on Centier products and services, visit centier.com.