Capital University Law School is an innovator and leader of law schools. Offering daytime and evening programs for its students, the Law School is a pioneering educator of the next generation of legal professionals.
Impaired driving is one of America's deadliest crimes. It's not just a problem nationally; it is also a great concern here in Central Ohio. To address this problem the Central Ohio Safe Ride Advisory Council partnered with local pubs and restaurants to create the Safe Ride taxi voucher program – keeping impaired drivers off the road by providing them with a safe ride home.
The Columbus Metropolitan Club is like NPR Live, like the office water cooler, the neighborhood coffee shop, the sports bar during a big game, the kitchen table at suppertime. It's where we look forward to seeing our family and friends to share important news, discuss it, debate it, and mull over its ramifications for ourselves, our neighbors, our community and our world.
Community Research Partners is a non-profit research center that works in a wide range of fields, including education, health, housing, and community development. Visit the CRP web site to access community data tools and research publications covering Central Ohio and beyond.
The focus of Dangerous Events (DE) is to use skills in the event planning field to bring together all related services. DE feels that by using networking, marketing and advertising, all may benefit the city as a whole. DE is making it easier for the customer to find the services they need and in turn the services that will increase their sales.
Hilliard exemplifies small town charm and hospitality while offering first class recreation, exceptional attractions, historical hidden treasures and great dining. Our tagline describes our community best "It's All Here!
Dine Originals Columbus is a collection of more than 40 independently owned and operated restaurants in Columbus with a mission to celebrate, support and promote locally owned and operated independent restaurants by providing unique dining experiences for its patrons.
The Downtown Residents' Association of Columbus (DRAC) is a non-profit social organization for residents, businesses, and guests who truly care about the growth and development of downtown Columbus because they live, work, and play there.
Experience Columbus' vision is to be the orchestrator of a unique, positive and unparalleled experience for any and all visitors to Columbus. Experience Columbus' mission is to create, sell and market a customized "Columbus Experience" to visitors resulting in greater community prosperity and vitality through visitor spending.
The only MBA program for working professionals in Columbus that is nationally ranked and AACSB-accredited, Fisher's MBA for Working Professionals ranks 10th in the nation among 314 business schools in U.S. News & World Report 2011.
The vision of the Hilliard Area Chamber of Commerce is to be an innovative, trusted and respected business advocate that drives both economic and social growth as well as improvement on behalf of, and in support of, our members and the local community.
The vision of the Hispanic Chamber of Columbus (HCC) is to serve as the primary resource connecting Hispanic businesses and professionals to the greater Columbus community by providing opportunities for business growth.
Keep Columbus Beautiful (KCB) is part of the City of Columbus, Public Service Department, Division of Refuse Collection. KCB provides education and encouragement about fighting litter; recycling; and preventing and removing graffiti. KCB promotes and coordinates litter cleanups and beautification projects.
For over 35 years Keller has been helping thousands of students master the possibilities of their future by earning advanced graduate degrees in Business Administration, Accounting & Financial Management, Project Management, Public Administration, Human Resource Management, Information Systems Management and many others including a variety of graduate certificate options.
Network Columbus is a chamber of commerce for GLBT-owned and allied companies and GLBT and allied business professionals offering networking events, educational programs, business advocacy and linkages with other business and professional organizations to lead and support economic growth within the central Ohio GLBT community.
The Columbus Foundation sees the power of philanthropy each and every day—and the extraordinary impact it is making in our community. For 65 years, they have been the trusted philanthropic advisor to more than 1,700 individuals, families, and businesses who want to make a difference in the lives of others through charitable giving. They are our community foundation.
The Upper Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1977 to strengthen the economic vitality & enhance the quality of life and the business environment in our region by providing value-added programs and networking opportunities that contribute to our members' success.