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Posted by admin on 2008/9/4 23:40:00 (2864 reads)

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund scholarship application period is now open for college students and high school seniors. Please forward this information to all potential Hispanic students in your respective location.

They must apply by going to and completing the appropriate forms. See dateline for completing application on the website.

Posted by admin on 2008/9/2 2:00:00 (1962 reads)

NSHMBA Cincinnati

The Greater Cincinnati Chapter of NSHMBA is anouncing 2008 Kaplan Scholarships for 2 GMAT Graduate level Prep Classes sponsored by Kaplan. Scholarship recipients may choose among any comprehensive GMAT preparation program offer by Kaplan. For more details, please visit    

 • Submit this application AND current resume by Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008 to
 • Recipients will be notify by September 15th, 2008
 • Scholarships must be used by December 1, 2008
 • Scholarships are non-transferable and can be used by recipient only.  

 • Hispanic/Latino origin
 • US Citizen or Permanent resident
 • NSHMBA member in good standing (Please click here for more membership info. You do not need an MBA to join NSHMBA)
 • Resident of Ohio or Kentucky  

 Only for questions regarding this scholarship: Daniel Conde at   

Posted by admin on 2008/9/2 1:30:00 (3172 reads)


Frank Venegas Jr., Chairman and CEO of Ideal Group Inc., will be the Keynote Speaker at the Ohio Hispanic Chambers of Commerce Gala Dinner on Sept. 12th .

Headquartered in the Southwest Detroit barrio known as Mexicantown, and employing 250 people, The Ideal Group companies’ combined 2007 annual revenues exceeded $151 million. In 2004, Inc. Magazine selected Venegas as one its of 25 America’s Most Fascinating Entrepreneurs and USHCC named Venegas as its 2004 Business Man of the Year. General Motors has awarded The Ideal Group its prestigious performance award, the GM Global Supplier of the Year (2002-2007) for Best in Class Construction Services and Material Management.

Venegas serves on the Board of Directors for the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and The Michigan Minority Business Development Council. He is also a member of the General Motors Global Council and is the current Co-Chair for the GM Supplier Diversity Council. He serves on the Tuck School of Business (Dartmouth University) Advisory Board and the University of Michigan – Dearborn Dean’s Advisory Council.

The Venegas rise from barrio to global entrepreneur is rooted in his desire to learn and his zeal to apply the lessons learned along the way. Frank committed early to his goals and believed he could achieve them and advises others to be likewise committed to their dreams. “If I told someone when I was young that I was going to have a $151 million-a-year business and do what we’ve done, most people probably would have said, ‘You can’t do it,’ and would have tried to talk me out of it,” he says. “But if it’s inside your heart and if that’s what you want, you should go do it.”

Annual Ohio Hispanic Chambers of Commerce Award Gala
Friday, Sept. 12, 2008, 6:00 PM –9 PM
Renaissance Hotel,
50 N. 3rd St. in Columbus, OH

For tickets, contact Betty Rich, at 614-431-1500

For more info about the Gala Dinner, click here

Posted by admin on 2008/9/2 1:10:00 (6052 reads)

Also know as the "Su Casa Festival", the Cincinnati Hispanic Fest is the largest Hispanic/Latino Festival is the South West Ohio. 

For more information, visit:

Posted by admin on 2008/9/1 23:50:00 (2185 reads)
Liberty Tax Service is now offering a Tax Course designed to teach the fundamentals of income tax preparation.  Full scholarships are available for bilingual students at our Norwood office.  We will be offering full-time and part-time employment opportunities to students who complete the Tax Course and will welcome them to join our Liberty Tax Family.  “Una familia sin fronteras”.

Day, and evening, classes are available for your convenience, staring the week of September 8th.  

“Necesitamos bilingues de Corazon y el deseo sincero de ayudar a la comunidad Hispana”

Call, visit , or e-mail:
Gina Pinto
4627 Montgomery Road
Norwood, OH 45212
Posted by admin on 2008/8/27 4:50:00 (2106 reads)
NSHMBA Cincinnati   

On August 7, 2008, Accenture teamed with the Cincinnati chapter of the National Society for Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) to host a panel discussion focused on “Developing a High Performance Mindset." Six Hispanic executives participated on the panel, including Accenture’s Jay Zerbe, Utility Industry Managing Director. Jay shared his thoughts about building and maintaining relationships. Another panelist, Tillie Hidalgo Lima, talked about goal setting.

Tillie is the President/CEO of Best Upon Request, a company that Accenture played a key role in helping to “put on the map.” Best Upon Request is a privately held minority-owned and woman-owned national concierge services firm headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Nellie Borrero, director – Global Inclusion & Diversity at Accenture, recently took some time to interview Tillie. Tillie offered advice for professional women and spoke about how networking, goal setting and stepping out of one’s comfort zone can be critical to one’s success.

Read below highlights from the discussion:

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Posted by admin on 2008/8/21 2:50:00 (1839 reads)

Mr. Juventino Cano, Board Member of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, visited Cincinnati on Wednesday, August 20th, and met with the Board of the Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA.

It was only a second such a visit in Cincinnati by a Board Member of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Posted by admin on 2008/8/21 0:20:00 (1665 reads)

Fiesta de Calle Ocho!!!

Son del Caribe will be performing live this Saturday at 10 PM at:

Javier's Restaurant
100 East 8th St. (corner of 8th and Walnut, next to Cincinnati Public Library)

For map, click here...

Door opens at 9 PM.

Cover $10



Posted by admin on 2008/8/21 0:00:00 (2083 reads)

Wynton Marsalis has been described as the most outstanding jazz musician and trumpeter of his generation, as one of the world's top classical trumpeters, as a big band leader in the tradition of Duke Ellington, a brilliant composer, a devoted advocate for the Arts and a tireless and inspiring educator. He carries these distinctions well. His life is a portrait of discipline, dedication, sacrifice, and creative accomplishment. To date Wynton has produced over 60 records and has sold over 7 million records worldwide including 3 Gold Records. With his collection of standards he reinvigorated the jazz musician's relationship to the American popular song.

Tickets are $37.50, $47.50, $67.50 (plus additional ticketing fee)
VIP package $175: includes "Cool Jazz & Hot Delights" pre-party (4:45 PM- 6:45 PM) and special Jazz Circle Orchestra tickets


To buy tickets, click here

Posted by admin on 2008/8/20 22:50:00 (1538 reads)

Happy Birthday to Joyce. See the Birthday Dance in the Video above


More pictures are in our Photo Gallery - click here...

HOTTEST Wednesday nights with hottest Salsa dancers in town - the "Havana Nights".  In the most classy Salsa location in town, according to Cincinnati Enquirer!!!

With FREE admission, FREE dance lessons, Cincinnati's BEST Salsa dancers, and the BEST Latino DJ in town, the legendary Rudy Alvarez, spinning the hottest Salsa, Merengue, and Bachata music, this is the undisputed place to be on Wednesday nights... 

Havana Martini Club is located on 5th St., between Race St. and Vine St.

Posted by admin on 2008/8/20 6:20:00 (2591 reads)


The Ohio Hispanic Chambers of Commerce celebrates on Friday, Sept. 12th, its 11th Annual Awards Gala. The event will take place in Columbus, OH, at the Renaissance Hotel.

The prime objective of the Ohio Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (OHCC) is to promote the development and continued growth of the Hispanic business community in Ohio. 

The OHCC is committed to providing information and assistance to its membership by serving as a referral and resource center. The OHCC monitors  local, state, and national programs and legislation to evaluate the impact on Hispanic owned businesses.

As every year, outstanding Hispanic business people and leaders will be recognized by the Ohio Hispanic Chambers of Commerce at its Annual Award Gala Dinner. Last year, the 2007 Gala Dinner was a very special event since the organization celebrated its 10 Year Anniversary of existence. To honor this occasion, Ohio Governor Ted Strickland was personally there to congratulate the Award Winners. Also present were Michael Mentel, President of Columbus City Counci and Tracy Heard, Ohio State Representative.



To see Award Winners from last year, please click here


To join OHCC or to become a sponsor, please click here

Posted by admin on 2008/8/20 6:20:00 (1389 reads)


On, Saturday, September 20th is the Air Force marathonSHPE OHIO-Southwest (OHIO-SW) Chapter is going to host a water station for the 4th Year.  

We need more volunteers!  Time needed from 6AM – 3:30PM. 

Please register for our USAF Marathon booth ASAP, the instructions are on the SHPE OHIO-SW web site  

Posted by admin on 2008/8/17 11:00:00 (1475 reads)

The 2008 Cincinnati Dancesport Street Salsa Competition took place on Friday, August 15.


Congratulations to Lisa and Jesus who took the first place, Greg and Kim (2nd place), and Luma & Ismail (3rd place).

For more pictures, please visit our Photo Gallery (click here)

Posted by Anonymous on 2008/8/8 2:20:00 (1841 reads)
 Enjoy a $5 discount to this show and pass along the savings to your friends.

 The only International Dance Gala in the Midwest!
* 16 fabulous dancers, at the top of their game! 
* Dozens of Gold & Silver Medals!! 
* Dancers from All over the world! 

Exhilarating choreography from classical masters & today’s hottest names!

This event promises to astonish, astound & amaze with gravity defying athleticism, artistry & strength, time-honored & world premiere choreography, a remarkable diversity of cast, music & dance styles and the sheer joy of the experience! 

ballet tech cincinnati presents an entire season of dance--learn more at
ballet tech cincinnati, 6543 Montgomery Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45213 /513.841.2822
Posted by admin on 2008/8/5 19:20:00 (1830 reads)

 NSHMBA Cincinnati

The Cincinnati chapter of the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) has announced the official lineup of panel speakers for its inaugural Executive Perspective event, sponsored by Accenture. Five of the six featured speakers are Cincinnati area executives. This year’s topic is: “Developing a High Performance Mindset,” and the program will be held Thursday, August 7 at the Westin hotel.

Presenters include:
· Steve Aguilar, VP of operations for the Mid-America Zone of State Farm
· Miguel Alemañy, Director of worldwide research and development, Procter & Gamble
· Mark G. Contreras, Senior VP of newspapers, E. W. Scripps Company
· Tillie Hidalgo Lima, CEO Best Upon Request
· Nelson Rosario, GM, international programs, General Electric Aviation
· Jay Zerbe, utility industry managing partner, Accenture

Each of the speakers is invited to deliver a brief presentation related to the event’s topic, followed by a question-answer session and networking opportunity.

“This event provides not only NSHMBA members but, since the event is open to the public, the larger community with an opportunity for personal development by listening to Hispanic executives talk about the things that have brought them success,” Cincinnati NSHMBA president Gema Bahns said. “Even more importantly, it provides Greater Cincinnati with a positive picture of Hispanics in general. We are elated to be working with Accenture in order to present Executive Perspective and look forward to working with them for years to come.”

The NSHMBA Executive Perspective panel discussion will be held Thursday, August 7 in the Taft Room of the Cincinnati Westin, 21 East Fifth St. downtown. The event will be from 6-9pm and will include refreshments. Business dress is preferred. The cost for the event is free to the public, and reservations can be made online at Questions can be directed to Glenna Anderson, VP Corporate Relations at

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