The Cincinnati region invests in lifelong learning
Every strong community understands the talent pipeline starts in pre-school. Greater Cincinnati’s institutions of learning offer invaluable educational opportunities for students from the first day of kindergarten through post-graduate work and beyond.
Regional Colleges and Universities
In the last decade, Greater Cincinnati has taken a number of strategic measures to effectively prepare graduates for the regional workplace. Our colleges and universities are implementing leading-edge programs in cybersecurity, advanced manufacturing and more. We’re producing some of the nation’s top talent with the relentless goal of propelling industry into the future.
Vocational, Technical and Community Colleges
The region’s network of technical and community colleges works directly with companies to create custom training opportunities. Whether your staff needs a refresher course on skills like communications or accounting, or a customized technical training experience, these institutions have vast experience supporting the needs of the regional workplace.
|Greater Cincinnati public school system||2016 enrollment|
|Cincinnati City Public Schools||33,531|
|Boone County Schools||20,749|
|Kenton County Schools||14,486|
|Greater Cincinnati private school||2016 enrollment|
|St. Xavier High School||1,580|
|Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy||1,300|
|St. Ignatius Loyola School||1,048|
|Seven Hills School||1,018|
|Summit Country Day School||1,000|
Degrees Awarded in Greater Cincinnati
Connect with Adam Jones, Director of Regional Talent for REDI Cincinnati, to more about the data below: