Port of Cleveland and Tri-C issues win approval, questionable drug measure fails
Unofficial Election Day results, as reported by the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, are in. The GCP proudly supported the Issue 59 (Port of Cleveland) and Issue 61 (Tri-C) and opposed Issue 2, a deceptive measure that would have changed the way Ohio purchased prescription drugs.
Here is how each issue fared:
YES on Issue 59, Port of Cleveland
For more information on Issue 59 click here.
YES on Issue 61, Tri-C
For more information on Issue 61 click here.
NO on Issue 2, Drug Pricing
For video and more information on Issue 2 click here.
What's New in CLE?
From the Amazon HQ2 bid to the Progressive expansion, there is a lot happening in Cleveland. Greater Cleveland Partnership President and CEO Joe Roman discussed the latest news on WTAM's Wills & Snyder last week.
Listen to the full interview.
Find Your 2018 Intern with the Tri-C Internship Collaborative
The Greater Cleveland Partnership’s Internship Central program is again collaborating with Tri-C to offer GCP members the opportunity to participate as an internship host employer for Tri-C’s 3rd annual Summer Internship Program. There are 90 internship opportunities available and employers can host more than one intern.
The program is five to 10 weeks (maximum of 100 hours to be worked) from May 29 to Aug.10, 2018.
Internship host opportunities will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you are interested in hosting a student during summer 2018, please complete the Summer Internship Job Description and return to Angela Finding at email@example.com by Nov. 20, 2017.
For questions regarding the program, call Angela Finding at 216-592-2385.
GCP Discount Through Q Pass Program
Take advantage of exclusive offers available for GCP members to see your favorite teams and Cleveland's most exciting events live at Quicken Loans Arena.
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