Sunday, June 8, 2003

Groups of and for young adults

Several groups are focusing on the needs of Generation X in Greater Cincinnati. Most can be found at Some include:

Cincinnati Tomorrow

Cincinnati Tomorrow works to build and market a city that attracts and retains young, creative professionals. The group promotes the arts, entertainment and unique places in Cincinnati, especially art galleries, small retailers, music venues and theaters in downtown and Over-the-Rhine.

More information: Web site

Give Back Cincinnati

Give Back Cincinnati offers volunteer work that develops young leaders while helping communities. The group is designed to attract members under age 35 who are looking for low-commitment volunteer opportunities, with a social twist.

More information: Web site


Legacy encourages young leaders to work together to improve the quality of life and economic well-being in Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati. The group targets young professionals age 21 to 40.

More information: Web site

The Cincinnati Partnership

The Cincinnati Partnership works to identify, retain and develop leaders among professionals of color, who can then help improve places where people work and live.

More information:

Urban League Young Professionals Network

The Young Professionals Network holds activities to give young business people under age 40 professional, personal and social support.

More information: Web site


The Urbanists is a discussion group that promotes urban renewal and urban living in Cincinnati. The group encourages people to move to and enjoy the city.

More information:

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