The benefits of a business education aren't limited to the "for profit" realm. In Project Impact, you will select a United Way partner organization to work with and you will utilize your newly-acquired business skills to help that organization achieve its goals and simultaneously improve the Cincinnati community. Recent Project Impact partners included the Girl Scouts of Western Ohio, Freestore Foodbank, Urban League of Greater Cincinnati, and the Marvin Lewis Community Fund.
"Increasingly, businesses that are responsible and actually make a contribution to society...make it part of their overall business model, will be very successful."
-Paul Polman, Lindner alumnus and CEO of Unilever - a multinational consumer goods company
Our students have recently worked with the following United Way partners for Project Impact:
- Bethany House Services
- Boys & Girls Club
- Boys Hope Girls Hope Cincinnati
- Caracole, Inc.
- Children, Inc.
- Children’s Hunger Alliance
- Cincinnati Area Senior Services
- Cincinnati Community ToolBank
- Enroll America
- Family Nurturing Center
- Freestore Foodbank
- Gabriel’s Place
- Girl Scouts of Western Ohio
- Groundwork Cincinnati/Mill Creek
- Hoosier Hills Literacy League
- Jewish Family Service
- Marvin Lewis Community Fund
- Mayerson JCC
- New Perceptions
- Northern Kentucky Education Council
- Our Daily Bread
- People Working Cooperatively
- Society of St. Vincent de Paul
- Starfire Council
- Stepping Stones
- Tender Mercies Inc.
- Tourette Syndrome Association of Ohio
- Twin Lakes
- United Coalition for Animals
- Urban League of Greater Cincinnati
- Wesley Chapel Mission Center
- Wesley Community Services
- Women's Crisis Center