At DePaul Cristo Rey High School’s CEO Partner Breakfast, business, community and education leaders celebrated the role businesses play in preparing young people for the workforce.
The Center for Closing the Health Gap has pledged $100,000 to benefit students pursuing master of public health degrees at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine’s Department of Environmental Health.
Coffee drinkers can enjoy a steaming mug of Jungle Blend as they support the Marvin Lewis Community Fund. Rooted Grounds Coffee Co., providing locally roasted craft coffee to businesses, is now available in area Kroger stores.
Duke Energy is challenging teachers to make science, technology, engineering and math more engaging, and they are challenging the community to help them put money behind it.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati recently conducted its board orientation and leadership development program for fall 2016. BOLD, the area’s most comprehensive board training program, is designed for those looking to grow their skills to the next leadership level.
Three Arts Scholarship Inc. will distribute close to a quarter million dollars in 2017, following a record-setting distribution of awards to 44 students of the arts in 2016.
Children who see better learn better. In fact, 80 percent of learning is visual. Yet, according to the American Optometric Association, one in four children in the U.S. has an undiagnosed vision program. That’s where Luxottica comes in.