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Radio Talk Show "Class in Session" resumes Saturday

Our Radio Show has been off-line for a couple weeks with the holidays, but we are happy to be back on the air Saturday, January 6th. Be sure you tune in on Saturday mornings at 10am on 101.5FM. We had a variety of topics and guests who joined us in 2017 and we look forward to an even better 2018. Some our topics included (click on any of the links to listen to the segment): [...] more about Radio Talk Show "Class in Session" resumes Saturday

Welcome Jamond Foree

StrivePartnership welcomes to our team Jamond Foree, as Senior Manager for Community Strategies. Jamond comes to us from the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati where he served as Program Director. To read more about Jamond, please click here. [...] more about Welcome Jamond Foree

FAFSA - New Mobile-Optimized site

Federal Student Aid has launched a new website that provides straightforward and easy-to-understand information about planning and paying for college. The site combines content and interactive tools from several ED websites.

To learn more, visit: https://storify.com/FAFSA/new-resources-from-federal-student-aid

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New Local Post-Secondary Attainment Initiative for Single Mothers Gets New Funding, National Designation

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky one of 17 communities named 'Talent Hub' by Lumina Foundation

More than 1,400 local single mothers will get assistance to achieve economic and education success for their families with the help of new funding and a national Talent Hub designation from Lumina Foundation. A local education, non-profit and workforce development collaborative is partnering to achieve this goal by 2020, which will improve opportunities for both the mothers and their children. [...] more about New Local Post-Secondary Attainment Initiative for Single Mothers Gets New Funding, National Designation

Capability Building: It's Not What You know. It's How You Behave.

Changing systems requires people in those systems to transform the way they think and act. That’s at the heart of the theory behind Collective Impact. The whole thing hinges on people acting differently, yet there’s been little talk about how to enable them to change their behaviors. Working with StrivePartnership, I’ve learned a lot over the past several years about the best [and worst] ways to change behavior. [...] more about Capability Building: It's Not What You know. It's How You Behave.