JA Career Exploration Days begin March 9th in Greater Cincinnati and continue March 22nd in Butler County and March 23rd in Northern Kentucky.
Thank you to Local12 and Star64 for helping us spread the word that nearly 150 volunteer businesses will be opening their doors to 4,000-8th grade students. They will be providing a fun and enriching day of activities designed to open the world of possibilities as young people explore their career options. Watch video here.
Congratulations to Julie Jolliff for being chosen to receive this year's Outstanding Committee Member for the Business & Education Committee!
The Wayne County Chamber of Commerce recognized Julie's work and accomplishments in 2017, especially with the launch of the new "JA in a Day" program and working with Eastern Indiana high school seniors to prepare them for the workforce.
|Congratulations to Matt Jessup for being featured in the Cincinnati Business Courier "Top 30 New Bosses to Watch in 2018." Nothing has a greater impact on a company's success that its chief executive officer. CEOs set the tone and vision of their companies. While duties vary, they generally provide strategy and direction, model the company's culture and values, and prioritize the allocation of capital. This past year ushered a wave of more thatn 50 new leaders across the Tri-State. Courier editors narrowed that list to 30 who they believe will be the most influential in 2018.|
On Thursday, October 5th , five new inductees were added to the Greater Cincinnati Business Hall of Fame. Those honored at the ceremony include John Goering, Bill Liggett*, Christian Moerlein*, Gilbert Richards*, and Phyllis Sewell*. The event was hosted at the Xavier University Cintas Center and recognizes leaders in Cincinnati for their business and community involvement.
|Wright-Patt Credit Union Announces 2017-18 Sunshine Community Champions Credit Union's Goal is to raise $225,000 to support two area organizations. Read more|
|Darin Winterbotham, Vice President, Commercial Banking, Peoples Bank, Springboro, Ohio, presents $1,000 grant check to Dan Trick. JA Dayton district manager. Peoples Bank has $3.4B in assets and is dedicated to the development of southern Montgomery, Warren, Brown, Butler, Clinton and Clermont counties in southwest Ohio.|