You're going to love it here.

There are so many reasons to get excited about living in Indianapolis: a thriving arts and culture scene, artisan food, world-class sporting events, easy walkability, a growing commitment to public transportation—and lots of opportunities to live in beautiful, affordable neighborhoods.

It’s all happening in a city with great jobs for teachers where improving education is at the forefront of public policy. It’s a place where you’ll have plenty of options to find the right school for your teaching style, and lots of chances to engage with other forward-thinking, passionate educators.

Plenty to do.

You can always find something exciting going on in Indy. Here are a few places to get you started:

Do 317 is one of the best resources for upcoming concerts, art shows, and local events.

From museums to restaurants to shopping, Visit Indy has everything you need to know about what to do around town.

If you’re looking for a local events schedule that includes lots of fun cultural activities, Downtown Indy, Inc. is the place.

Great Neighborhoods.

Indianapolis is home to many up-and-coming neighborhoods, including the Near East community, where our city is helping create new, low-cost homes for teachers. There are also lots of neighborhoods where you can buy a great house or find an apartment at an affordable price, including Fountain Square, Mass Ave, Mapleton Fall Creek, Garfield Park, and Broad Ripple.

Easy to get around.

With manageable traffic and lots of different ways to travel, getting around Indy is simple. If you want to walk or bike to work, we have plenty of sidewalks, dedicated bike lanes, and other great options for commuting (which you might consider doing along the beautiful Cultural Trail). We also have the Pacers Bike Share—and we’re home to BlueIndy: once complete, the nation’s largest electric car share. And if you ever need to leave town, we have an international airport that’s been named the best in the country four years in a row.

With so much to get excited about in Indianapolis, how could you not want to teach here?