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Upcoming Events

MIT & World Economic Forum posted articles highlighting the top 10 breakthrough technologies of 2018:
Research any one of these technologies and create a presentation highlighting how to turn the technology into a business for profit OR a non-profit organization to improve quality of life.

Create the presentation, which will be given on the day of competition. (limit 5 presenters per chapter)

Create the presentation, which will be given on the day of competition. (limit 5 presenters per chapter)

Date: December 15th
Time: 10am – 12pm
Location: 1819 Innovation Hub, 2900 Reading Road, Suite 460 Cincinnati, OH 45206

Compete with your school’s chapter. Register and find more information here.

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December 15 - Chapter Competition
Named after the most innovative moment in UC’s history, the year it was founded, the 1819 Innovation Hub Also known as iHub, the building is meant to serve as the front door to the university. It was built inside a former Sears, Roebuck & Co. department store at 2900 Reading Road. The $38 million project is home to UC’s Office of Innovation as well as the Procter & Gamble-backed UC Simulation Center and tenants including Cincinnati Bell, Kroger Technology, CincyTech, Village Life Outreach Project and Live Well Collaborative.

Come tour the new facility, see the amazing Maker Space, and take a glimpse into the future of innovation in Cincinnati!

Date: January 15, 2019
Time: 10am – 11am

Location: 1819 Innovation Hub, 2900 Reading Road, Suite 460 Cincinnati, OH 45206

Register and find more information here.

January 15 - University of Cincinnati 1819 Tour

Join us for our first ever, IA Internship Open House!

Session Includes: a detailed overview of the program, networking with partnering companies, light refreshments

Date: January 17

Time: 5pm-7pm

Location: 10290 Alliance Rd, Blue Ash Ohio 45242

Register and find more information here.

January 17th - Internship Open House
Come spend the day with us expanding your knowledge of Android Development with this hands on session taught by Michael Clark, Kroger Digital Manager and NKU Adjunct Professor.

Date: January 19

Time: 9am-3pm

Location: Griffin Hall, NKU

Register and find more information here.

January 19th - NKU Tour and Android Development IT Academy
Join us for the nation’s largest student-run tech conference!

Register and find more information here.

February 22 - 24 - TechOlympics: Level Up!

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.

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TechOlympics was a great experience for me because of all of the new things I learned and the people I met. All of the breakout sessions allowed me to explore new technology from various professionals. Competing against other schools pushed me to attend as many events as I could. TechOlympics was a fantastic experience and I look forward to going again this year.

Michael Kaltman, Lakota East High School

I attended the INTERalliance Careers Camp this past summer at the University of Cincinnati and loved every minute of it. I really had no idea what I was getting myself into, however it was an experience that changed my life. I got the opportunity to visit amazing work environments at the forefront of innovation and work with incredibly smart people that I wouldn’t have otherwise. ITCC introduced me to a world of technology that I did not know existed. Because of it and ILC I aspire to major in IT at UC.

Emily Kiehl, Loveland High School

INTERalliance provided me with the opportunity to work in a real business professional environment, working in a group of interns that had the same ultimate goal given to us by our manager. Working a nine to five hour work day gave me a perspective on what it was like working at a multimillion dollar company like Great American Insurance. I expanded my knowledge on programming languages as well as communication etiquette by introducing myself to the CEO of Great American. Overall, the internship program has given me experience that no other organization can give to a junior in high school.

Amy Huang, William Mason High School

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