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NKU student to gain hands-on business startup experience through funded UpTech internship

Northern Kentucky University’s College of Informatics will produce a funded intern who will gain experience in the business startup world, thanks to sponsorship from Frank Caccamo of UpTech.

Local musician uses his music to fuel anti-bullying initiative

Keenan West's life trajectory changed four years ago when he released a song titled "Never Ever." The song has led to the creation of a music video about bullying.

Hive helps undiscovered musicians reach new audiences

Early stage musicians can now reach a larger audience thanks to Hive, a music discovery and distribution platform that recently released an app after graduating from UpTech's accelerator program.

Center for Great Neighborhoods launches Healthy Corner Store Initiative

Covington's Center for Great Neighborhoods recently launched an initiative to provide residents, especially schoolkids, access to healthy food choices.

Local group celebrates one year of random acts of kindness

Local Random Acts of Kindness group is celebrating its one-year anniversary by repeating a citywide clothing drive and hosting two fundraisers.

OTR eco garden teaches local youth how to grow organic vegetables

The eco garden that sits at 1718 Main St. across from Rothenberg Preparatory Academy in Over-the-Rhine teaches neighborhood kids self-reliance through the growth of organic fruits and vegetables.

Women-centered soHza partners with YWCA Cincinnati to connect with women across globe

Debbie Lupariello's soHza organization recently partnered with YWCA Cincinnati to connect women in developing countries with local women in need through handmade jewelry. 

Toss for Techs to raise money for Per Scholas IT training

Per Scholas is hosting an inaugural fundraiser to support its free IT job training for low-income or unemployed individuals Oct. 27 at CityLink Center.

Next round of Creative Community Grants are available for Covington projects

Covington's Creative Community Grant program is looking to award $5,000 to creative projects focused on inclusion in any shape or form.

ReSource, Phillips Edison launch "On the Rise" initiative to connect YPs with nonprofits

ReSource helps nonprofit organizations by distributing corporate donated furniture and office supplies and is now connecting them with talented young professionals.

Rank & select area healthcare providers through new searchable databases at Your Health Matters

Area residents can make better choices about their healthcare thanks to YourHealthMatters.org, an online rating tool developed by the Health Collaborative based on patient experience data.

Cincinnati Zoo promotes Go Bananas! Challenge to recycle old cell phones

As part of the national Go Bananas! Challenge, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is collecting old cell phones to recycle and save endangered gorilla habitats in Africa.

Clovernook Center's manufacturing prowess featured on "Home Factory" TV show

More than 5 million biodegradable and compostable cups were produced last year in Cincinnati at the Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, a feat featured on FYI Network's "Home Factory" show.

Funke pottery studio encourages individual empowerment

Funke Fired Arts Funke is one of the largest clay studios in the country, with multiple kilns and more than 50 spinning wheels, a gallery, children's education center and retail store. It's a place where anyone can be an artist.

UC Economics Center honors those who promote financial literacy

UC's Economics Center hosted its eighth annual awards luncheon March 16 to honor students, educators and sponsors making a difference in society's understanding and implementation of financial literacy. General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt said the Center's main goal is to teach the next generation to compete.
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