Our Mission

To engineer and execute experiences designed to inspire young talent to pursue a career in the Greater Cincinnati IT industry.

Our Vision

We believe that by partnering with the region's businesses and high schools to execute a diverse portfolio of technology events, Cincinnati will create a thriving pool of IT talent by retaining its top talent.

Our Impact


INTERalliance is leading the region’s efforts to feed the technology pipeline by introducing high school students to IT the needed skills. A combination of results from INTERalliance and other area organizations recently caught the attention of the White House.

This afternoon, student members of the INTERalliance Leadership Council, Rachel Hunter-Rinderle (CMO, William Mason '16) and John Thomas (Director of Public Relations, Lakota East '16) joined Catherine Allshouse (INTERalliance Executive Director), Jim Scott (INTERalliance Board of Directors Chair), and Geoff Smith (Technology Track Chair, PCW) at a press conference at City Hall for the announcement of Cincinnati as a TechHire City, named so by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy initiative. TechHire is an initiative to empower Americans with the skills they need to be successful in a technology career through traditional schooling and rapid training. America, like Cincinnati, needs technology enabled professionals to fill the information technology jobs available. The TechHire initiative is working to accommodate this need across America just as INTERalliance is in Cincinnati. The aforementioned INTERalliance guests were also invited to the City Council Committee on Education's meeting to testify about INTERalliance's impact on the area.

During the press conference, City Manager Harry Black, Cincinnati Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld, and Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley spoke on behalf of President Obama and the White House. Afterward, at the City Council Committee on Education’s meeting, the Councilmen heard from Geoff Smith about INTERalliance’s impact on the area's high school students. Becky Blank of Girl Develop It also spoke on the importance of IT inclusion for all.

The INTERalliance was introduced and connected to 13 other organizations in the Cincinnati area all with a similar mission: educating individuals in technology and filling the IT jobs in the region. A number of the organizations are interested in a stronger partnership for the coming years, which will make our marketing team very active and effective this year.

This is an exciting time for everyone within the INTERalliance of Greater Cincinnati's borders. As we work with the Cincinnati's organizations, businesses, and the city itself, we continue to make strides in gaining recognition and stretching our impact nationwide. 8/5/2015



Who’s Involved?

These are just some of the companies, high schools, and colleges that collaboratively form the INTERalliance and work to shift the paradigm in future planning among Greater Cincinnati-area youth.

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10290 Alliance Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45242