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USDA Announces Funding to Train and Educate Next Generation of Farmers and Ranchers

WASHINGTON, USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the availability of more than $19 million in grants to help train, educate and enhance the sustainability of the next generation of agricultural producers through the Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program (BFRDP).

David Johns, Executive Director of White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans, to Participate in Several Events at University of Akron’s 7th Annual Black Male Summit

David Johns, executive director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans, will take part in several events Friday-Saturday, April 11-12, at the University of Akron’s 7th annual Black Male Summit, in Akron, Ohio.

Horizon Science Academy Cleveland Hosts Army Musical Concert

CLEVELAND - HSA is hosting the United States Army Musical Outreach Concert on Monday, 7 April, at 1:40 pm in the high school gymnasium. The school is located at 6000 S. Marginal Road in Cleveland. The featured performer is Sergeant ...

IN CELEBRATION OF RED CROSS MONTH, MULTIPLE CLEVELAND ORGANIZATIONS COME TOGETHER TO OFFER LIFE-SAVING RED CROSS TRAINING TO CLEVELAND METROPOLITAN SCHOOLS

The American Red Cross is proud to announce its collaboration with Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD), Cleveland Metroparks, Cleveland EMS, Cleveland State University, and The Greater Cleveland YMCA to provide first aid, CPR and automated external defibrillator (AED) training to ...

Cleveland Botanical Garden Vice President Encourages Kids to Experiment with Gardening in New Book Hitting Shelves April

Renata Fossen Brown has shared her passion for plants with thousands of students from pre- kindergarten through graduate school over her 10 years at Cleveland Botanical Garden. Now, the Cleveland Heights resident aims to instill a lifelong love of gardening, ...

CLEVELAND MAYOR, CMSD CEO, COUNTY EXECUTIVE ANNOUNCE PLANS TO EXPAND PRE-K IN CITY OF CLEVELAND

CLEVELAND, OHIO – The Cleveland Pre-K Task Force announced PRE4CLE, a plan to expand access to high-quality pre-K programs to children in the City of Cleveland. PRE4CLE is a major next step in implementing Cleveland’s Plan for Transforming Schools.

THE PARKER HANNIFIN CORPORATION MAKES $125,000 GIFT IN UNRESTRICTED AND SCHOLARSHIP SUPPORT TO THE OHIO FOUNDATION OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES

The Parker Hannifin Corporation has provided a $125,000 gift to the 2013-2014 annual campaign of The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges (OFIC).

Notre Dame College Presents “Portraits of Improvisation,” Linoleum Block Prints by Shyvonne Coleman

September 2013—Notre Dame College’s Clara Fritzsche Library will host “Portraits of Improvisation,” a showing of linoleum block prints by local artist, fashion designer and Notre Dame College alumna Shyvonne Coleman. An free, public opening reception will be held in the ...

GM Donates 2011 Silverado Truck to Tri-C’s Auto Tech Program

The company donated a 2011 Silverado truck to the College’s GM Automotive Service Education Program to support classroom instruction, reports Ted Schafer, assistant professor of automotive technology. This is the first diesel truck provided to the training program at the ...

Heaton, Theiss to Speak at Tri-C West about Reporting on 9/11

In the hours after hijacked planes hit the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, writer Michael Heaton drove to Manhattan, where he spent the next several days covering the biggest news story of his lifetime.

Notre Dame College Appoints New Dean of Students

Notre Dame College’s new dean of students has led campus life at postsecondary institutions for more than a decade, including directing a small living-learning community on a much larger university campus.

Few improvements on state report card, CMSD reaffirms commitment to Cleveland Plan

The Ohio Department of Education released its 2012-2013 school report cards today, and results show few improvements

School supply shopping is a ritual for many heading back to school.

School supply shopping is a ritual for many heading back to school.

PRSA GREATER CLEVELAND NAMES MEDINA NATIVE 2013 NORTHEAST OHIO PR STUDENT OF THE YEAR

PRSA GREATER CLEVELAND NAMES MEDINA NATIVE 2013 NORTHEAST OHIO PR STUDENT OF THE YEAR

National Nonprofit Partners with the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Cleveland Foundation to Host Economic Summit

ICIC’s annual Inner City Economic Summit comes to Cleveland October 23-24, 2013

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