UC's College of Business Hosts Young Professionals

Students, faculty and staff stopped by to learn about ways to get connected in Cincinnati and at UC.




Exhibits from the following organizations were in the Lindner lobby:

• UC MBA Program
• APICS (the Association for Operations Management) – Cincinnati Chapter
• Financial Executives International
• Information Systems Audit and Controls Association
• Greater Cincinnati Jaycees (Chamber of Commerce)
• Network of Indian Professionals: Net IP
• START & Enjoy the Arts
• Cincinnati Art Museum
• Club 316 of the Taft Museum
• CSOEncore!
• NSHMBA – National Society of Hispanic MBAs
• UC MainStreet
• Friends of CCM
• Black MBA Association
• Toastmasters International – Bearcat Club
• American Marketing Association
• College of Business Global Programs
• United Way of Greater Cincinnati
• Give Back Cincinnati
• Cincinnati Sports League
• UC Real Estate Program
• UC Center for Entrepreneurship Education & Research
• UC Young Alumni Association

Alisha Brown and Alice Frazier.

Alisha Brown and Alice Frazier.

“YPCincy” is the region’s network of young professional organizations. The goal of YPCincy.com is to connect young professionals to diverse opportunities within the 15-county Cincinnati USA region.



Eric Jackson talks with Messina Norris.

Eric Jackson talks with Messina Norris.

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