CATC welcomes three new members to board of directors

The Cincinnati Arts & Technology Center is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to its board of directors, deepening the agency’s expertise in development, marketing and customer experience. Scott Enders, senior vice president and director of customer experience, Bancorp, Fifth Third Bank brings a 25-year track record in the financial services industry. […]


Students return to CATC, have 93% chance to graduate

Cincinnati Arts & Technology Center continues 93% graduation rate as students return Cincinnati, September 12, 2016 — Students of the Cincinnati Arts& Technology Center, (CATC) return to their art studios at Longworth Hall this week. CATC serves Cincinnati Public Schools juniors, seniors, and overage underclassmen, most of whom are at risk of not graduating. CATC […]


CATC announces 94% graduation rate

Students return this week to their studios at the Cincinnati Arts & Technology Center  Cincinnati, September 14, 2015 — Students of the Cincinnati Arts& Technology Center, (CATC) return to their art studios at Longworth Hall this week. The program serves Cincinnati Public Schools juniors, seniors, and overage underclassmen, most of whom are at risk of […]


Yellowstone expedition will open eyes, open doors for 10 Cincinnati teens

Preparatory trips include Thane Maynard-led tour of Cincinnati Zoo    Cincinnati, July 7, 2015 —  Ten high school students will soon be winging their way West for the adventure of their young lives: an expedition to Yellowstone National Park. The students participate in programs at the Cincinnati Arts & Technology Center.  which uses  a variety […]


CATC Opportunity Summer: Yellowstone expedition, DAAPCamps scholarships, training for careers

Cincinnati, June 2015 – School may be out for summer but not for students and recent graduates of the  Cincinnati Arts & Technology Center.  CATC  uses  a variety of programs to help at-risk students stay in school, graduate and launch careers. “Opportunity Summer” at CATC offers a full slate of adventures and work opportunities designed […]


CATC announces board of directors changes

Deloitte executive Karen Bowman takes over as chairwoman, CATC co-founder Lee Carter becomes chairman emeritus Cincinnati, January 19, 2015 —  The new year brings new leadership to the Cincinnati Arts & Technology Center  board of directors. Lee Carter,  who more than a decade ago championed the concept of building the center in Cincinnati, has turned […]


CATC welcomes three new staff members

CATC welcomes three new staff members Cincinnati, December 9,  2014 —  The Cincinnati Arts and Technology Center welcomes two new arts instructors and a new workforce development coordinator.  A combination of quality arts programming plus “wraparound” services that include the career preparation Bridging the Gap provides, has proven to work for even the most at-risk […]


CATC announces 97% graduation rate

Graduation milestone for the 2013-2014 school year; new community affiliations bring more opportunities for students to succeed   Cincinnati, September 25,  2014 —  Students of the Cincinnati Arts & Technology Center, (CATC) now returning to their art studios at Longworth Hall,  have greater prospects for success than ever. CATC is a credit-recovery program for Cincinnati […]


CATC welcomes seven new board members

Cincinnati, May 1, 2014 —  The Cincinnati Arts & Technology Center is pleased to announce the addition of seven new people to its board of directors. “These men and women join as additions, not replacements, to our already rich representation from the business, education, professional and non-profit communities,” said Lee Carter, CATC chairman and co-founder. […]


CATC hires two new staff members

Natalie Hager, Sarah DeBrecht join CATC team      Cincinnati, November 13,  2013 –  A new art instructor and a Beech Acres licensed counselor will be joining the CATC staff in helping to change lives, bring hope and opportunity to urban teens participating in CATC programs this year. The combination of quality arts programming and various “wraparound” […]