Cleveland, Des Moines, Louisville, and Pittsburgh have received grants to work with local employers to redesign jobs and support a more resilient workforce.
The expansion was funded by a $100,000 Paradox Prize grant.
Working with local entities, and with additional financial support from the Paradox Prize, the city has contracted with Lorain County Transit to increase the service hours and extend the service area.
Fund President Bethia Burke challenges the assertion made in a recent op-ed criticizing the Cleveland Innovation Project that sustained economic growth is inherently unequal.
Pilot project seeks to incentivize public transit use, improve recruitment and retention, and influence social determinants of health among employees
The Cleveland Innovation Project announced its vision for how to establish Cleveland as a leading Midwestern region for technology-led growth and inclusion by 2030 at Greater Cleveland Partnership’s Annual Meeting.
Cari Morales, Jonathan Floyd to Lead Programmatic and Organizational Initiatives to Promote Equitable Growth and Opportunity in Northeast Ohio CLEVELAND—The Fund for Our Economic Future (Fund) today announced it has added two […]
New “matchmaking” feature added to website; Round 3 winners to get started on pilots.