Learn to Lead
Friday March 10, 2017
The Learn to Lead Conference is the premiere showcase of the Lasallian Scholars Institute. Planned and prepared by LSI students, Learn to Lead consists of keynote speakers from various industries sharing their personal experiences and providing meaningful advice. The conference teaches high school students how to lead in a business environment through first-person experience. LSI students work throughout the school year to make this event possible for many high school students in the Cincinnati region.
February 24-26, 2017
The annual TechOlympics Expo is the primary showcase of INTERalliance. This competition brings area high school students together in a variety of events and breakout sessions related to information technology at the Millennium Hotel in downtown Cincinnati. Next year’s TechOlympics theme: Accelerate! Get on the fast track to success with Career Fast Track, where you'll fine tune your resume, interview skills, and personal brand.
IT Careers Camp
July 6-7, 13-18, 20-25, and July 27-August 1, 2015
Explore the vast and exciting possibilities for careers in technology first-hand, by visiting local companies and going through a "Mini-MBA" crash course. During the IT Careers Camp, students will stay overnight at a local university Monday to Saturday and experience college life at either the University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University, Miami University, or Xavier University. Through the week, students will have the opportunity to explore the campus, visit with professors, eat in campus dining halls, and more to get an authentic taste of college
The INTERalliance is a collaborative effort of Greater Cincinnati Regional businesses and educators, creating an environment that gives local young IT talent a compelling reason to stay in southwest Ohio both for college and their careers. Founding members include Procter & Gamble, the University of Cincinnati, and Atos Origin. Membership is open to all Greater Cincinnati Region businesses, organizations, high schools, and post-secondary education institutions. Click here to learn more.
Mission Statement: To create a renowned, thriving and sustainable pool of IT talent in the Greater Cincinnati Region that not only fulfills local demand, but also is strong enough to actually attract new employers to the area.
The INTERalliance Leadership Council (ILC) is the 70-member student governing body of the INTERalliance. INTERalliance prides itself on being a student-run organization, and these are the students behind that claim. The ILC is comprised of some of the top student leaders from the member high schools of the INTERalliance.