Registration is now open for the Greater Cincinnati region’s premier nonprofit-board training program, featuring new curriculum and a shorter format for 2022.
Category: Young Professionals
Young Professionals Choral Collective hosts Radio Revelry Remix performance and fundraiser
YPCC is hosting an online and in-person Radio Revelry Remix program, a fund- and friend-raising event celebrating music from various decades – swing, doo-wop, folk and pop.
Cincinnati Chamber names eighth class of Cincy Next
The seven-month program is designed for professionals within their first eight years of employment seeking professional and personal development, as well as the opportunity to become better connected to the region.
Cincinnati Chamber kicks off 16th C-Change class
C-Change is kicking off its sixteenth class with 55 people who represent various career and life experiences and who aspire to be civic leaders. The leadership development program is a part of the Leadership Center’s suite of offerings at the…
YPCC names new artistic director
The board and staff of the Young Professionals Choral
Collective have introduced its
next artistic director.
Sean and Paaras Parker are ‘stronger together’
With resumes listing some of Cincinnati’s most prominent corporations and extensive volunteer histories, Paaras and Sean Parker are a couple you might want to watch.
Ghost Baby about to appear in OTR, some five stories below
This winter, through a back entrance off an alleyway in the heart of Over-the-Rhine, you’ll be able to make your way downward, far beneath the streets of Cincinnati, to a covert sanctuary. This is not a historic tour we’re talking about, but a nightspot unlike anything the region has yet seen.
Kyle E. Ebersole, Asa Featherstone IV and Brian Yangyuen win 2019 Haile Fellowships
Applicants were asked to consider: “How do you preserve the spirit of a changing neighborhood?” Ebersole, Featherstone, and Yangyuen will spend six months researching, proposing and implementing solutions to engage and activate the Findlay Market district.
CincyUSA events shine light on diverse region, job opportunities
The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber held two events last fall: One helped bring together business and community executives, and the other connected students with community opportunities.
ArtsConnect hosts YPs
Young professionals, ages 22-39, with an interest in the arts, community building, design or architecture are encouraged to attend a Design My Arts Center kick-off party that will lead to the planning of a remodeled arts center in Springfield Township.