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With the right information, you make better choices. We empower students with high-quality financial education, and provide research clients with the data analysis they need to drive decision-making.
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YOUR SUPPORTat Work
|$15||supports one child for an entire year of learning in our StEP program|
|$50||pays for two student teams to participate in the Stock Market Game|
|$100||covers the cost of economic and financial education lessons and materials for one classroom|
|$500||pays for a teacher to attend professional development sessions to learn how to integrate economics into the classroom|
|$5000||provides the materials for one elementary school to participate in our StEP program for an entire year|
We’ve been in service to educators for more than 40 years, providing them with high-quality workshops, book clubs and more.
Here are the categories:
Children/Youth—Short Form Content. Both “Blackbeard the Pirate” and “Kevin Becomes Famous” are nominated.
Informational/Instructional—Short or Long Form. Both “Good Boy the Dog” and “Flea the Frog” are nominated.
Graphic Arts—Visual Effects or Compositing, AND Music Composition/Arrangement.
We’ll find out if we won at the Emmy ceremony in mid-August.
A HUGE thanks to the creative team at WCET, led by Colin Scianamblo, the very talented Megan Piphus, who wrote and performed the songs, funk legend (and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer) Bootsy Collins, for his creative contributions and producing work, as well as all of the artists who built the sets and made the puppets, and the team from Madcap Puppets, for bringing many of these characters to life. This project also would not have been possible without the support of the SunTrust Foundation, through its “Lighting the Way” award.
This video project was an enormous undertaking, but everyone’s hard work has paid off in a much larger audience of $martPath users, and accolades like these!
Centering Black Women’s Upward Mobility in the Cincinnati Region
“The economy isn’t equal for everyone”. That’s how our research team led off its presentation on the findings of our work on behalf of The Women’s Fund of Greater Cincinnati Foundation to assess Black women’s economic mobility in our region.
Through their analysis, Center researchers found that in 2018, Black women held 10% of jobs in the five lowest-earning occupation groups, but less than three percent of jobs in the five highest-earnings occupation groups.
Center Researchers Finish An Economic Impact Study of Black-Owned Businesses in Greater Cincinnati
The African American Chamber of Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky hired the Center’s research team to measure the economic impact of Black-owned businesses in the region. After collecting data on 800 businesses, the team estimated that impact as more than $1.4 BILLION.