Organizations

Organizations

Organizations

Are you interested in connecting with the international community in Cincinnati? You have come to the right place!

The Global Connections are a compilation of global businesses, organizations, and specialists in the Cincinnati region. Find anything from foreign-based trade associations to international festivals to language classes and translation to specialists in different international fields, and everything in between! These resources include arts and culture, education, health, immigration, social services and more! Engage with your world right here in Cincinnati!

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Non-profits, arts and culture groups, festivals, churches and religious groups, support groups, adoption connections and much more!

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Academy For Adult Interfaith Studies

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Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion Contact: Phyllis Volan Home 3101 Clifton Avenue Cincinnati OH 45220 Work Phone: 513-487-3032
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Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion is the intellectual, academic, spiritual, and professional leadership development center of Reform Judaism.

Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies

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Contact: Sherwin Ealy Work 1908 Seymour Avenue Cincinnati OH 45237 Work Phone: 513-363-1800 Website: http://amis.cps-k12.org/
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The mission of the Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies is to teach understanding and respect for racial, cultural, and linguistic diversity via a model of immersion program designed for students to acquire other languages, achieve high academic standards, and acknowledge the dignity of each individual.

Academy of World Languages

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Contact: Jackie Rowedder Work 2030 Fairfax Avenue Cincinnati OH 45207 Work Phone: 513-363-7800 Website: http://awl.cps-k12.org/
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The AWL will prepare students for a globally-linked society through excellence in world languages, cultural studies, and high academic standards.

African Professional Network

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Contact: Clara Matonhodze Work P.O.Box 11142 Cincinnati OH 45211 Work Phone: 513-437-6455 Website: African Professionals Network Website
Biography

African Professionals Network (APNET) provides a platform for African Immigrants and friends of Africa to network through Networking events, Business Events and Community events. APNET was founded in December 2010 by a diverse group of African professionals who share a common passion for Networking, Business, Professional Development, and Community engagement.

AIM Support Group of Ohio & Northern Kentucky

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Contact: Sonny Hensley Home P.O. Box 17872 Covington KY 41017 Work Phone: 859-586-7210
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The American Indian Movement Support Group of Ohio and Northern Kentucky is a multicultural organization dedicated to the protection of Native American culture and heritage. We stand in full and direct support of the American Indian Movement, its values and goals. This Support Group is not a chapter of the AIM.

Alliance Francaise de Cincinnati

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Contact: Alexander Morgan Work 3500 Columbia Parkway Cincinnati OH 45226 Work Phone: 513-389-9100 Website: http://www.afcincinnati.com
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The mission of Alliance Francaise is to promote the appreciation of the French and francophone cultures, increase the knowledge of the French language, and ecourage interactions among French, francophone and American people through language classes, social events and information sharing.

American Jewish Committee Cincinnati Chapter

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Contact: Michael Safdi Work 205 W. 4th St, Suite 1270 Cincinnati OH 45202 Work Phone: 513-621-4020 Website: http://www.ajccincinnati.org/site/c.ciINIZNKKiK0F/b.8790351/k.BD51/Home.htm
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AJC is a 501(c)(3) organization that has worked since 1906 to safeguard and strengthen Jews and Jewish life worldwide by promoting democratic and pluralistic societies that respect the dignity of all peoples. AJC has offices in Cincinnati, across the U.S., and overseas, and official partnerships with Jewish communities around the world.

Archdiocese of Cincinnati – Hispanic Ministry

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Contact: Rev. Louis Gasparini, MCCJ Work 100 East Eighth St. Cincinnati OH 45202 Work Phone: 513-421-3131 Website: http://www.catholiccincinnati.org/ministries-offices/hispanic-ministry/
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The liturgies, sacramental preparation and celebrations, religious education, leadership training, bible study and cultural celebrations as well as other services are offered in Spanish. All personnel are bilingual.

Baha’l Faith Community

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Contact: M.H. Samer Work 2723 Montana Ave Cincinnati OH 45211 Work Phone: 513-481-6332 Website: http://www.bci.org/cincinnati/
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The Bahá’í Faith has been in Cincinnati since 1898. We are one of the ten oldest Bahá’í communities in the United States. Àbdu’l-Bahá the son of Bahá’u’llah (the founder of the Bahá’í Faith) actually visited Cincinnati in 1912. We have had an incorporated Local Spiritual Assembly (the elected group which guides the faith) in Cincinnati since 1932.