Classes by Date

Classes by Date

We send occasional emails about our upcoming classes. To sign up for our class email list click the yellow button below. 

To print a list of our classes, view our class catalog, below.



This is our class line-up for 2018. Check back often for updates. Receive the Early Bird Discount by registering two weeks in advance.  

For more information: Contact Maurice Stewart, Conference Center and Education Manager at 513-458-6680 or mstewart@interactforhealth.org.

January 2018

February 2018

  • Tuesday, Feb. 6, 9 a.m.-noon: Project Management Basics (FULL--sign up for Sept. 18 class below)
  • Thursday, Feb. 8, 2-3 p.m.: BoardSource Webinar: What Does the Board Really Do?
  • Wednesday, Feb. 14, 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.: Building Blocks for Non-­Profits: Enlightened Leadership and Emotional Intelligence

March 2018

April 2018

May 2018

September 2018

October 2018

December 2018

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