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Monday, March 18, 12:45 pm: Cincinnati Edition interviews Helen Thorpe on WVXU.
Wednesday, April 3, 2019, 7 pm: National Speaker forum with Helen Thorpe, speaking on “Searching for Refuge, Friendship and Hope: Perspectives on Immigration: What Does it Mean to ‘Be American’ Today?” CLICK HERE for more information.
Thursday, April 4, midnight: Seasongood Scholarship award applications are due. Students may contact their guidance counselor or download an application here. Please note that all applications must be mailed in one complete packet. Emailed or partial applications will not be accepted.
Tuesday, April 23, 6-8 pm: Cincinnati Public Schools program on its career learning initiatives, including Dater Culinary Program. Location TBA.
Friday, May 3, 11:30 am-1 pm: Seasongood Luncheon and Education Awards at the Summit, A Dolce Hotel, on Medpace Drive in Madisonville. More information here.
Tuesday, March 26, 6 pm: Communication Committee meets at Lydia’s on Ludlow.
Monday, April 8, 6 pm: Program Committee meets in the WCC meeting room.
Monday, April 29, 6-8 pm: WCC 101, Geier Room.
See Calendar for WCC Committee Meetings
The March 2019 Bulletin is HERE!
TODAY at 12:45 pm: WVXU’s Cincinnati Edition interviews our National Speaker, Helen Thorpe.
Wednesday, November 14, 6:30 pm at the First Unitarian Church on Linton, WCC hosted a forum about the city’s CEDAW efforts. Read Lucy May’s piece about this for WCPO: “Gender Equity in Cincinnati Employment a ‘Mixed Bag,’ New Analysis Shows.” CLICK HERE to view video of program.
On Sunday, December 2, the Woman’s City Club held its ninth annual Feist-Tea Fundraiser honoring three of its feistiest members — Cathy Bailey, Dr. Jill Bley and Mike Maloney. Click HERE to view photographs about the event and to read about the honorees in the December-January Bulletin.
On January 24, WCC and its Thriving Cincinnati project presented a program about the Talent Pipeline Initiative of Partners for a Competitive Workforce. It was the first in a series of planned events about different ways young people can prepare for success in college, career and life. Read more in the February Bulletin.
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