Concert T-shirts. Sports team T-shirts. Political T-shirts. WordCamp Cincinnati T-shirts.
Start or expand your WordCamp Cincinnati T-shirt collection by registering for WordCamp Cincinnati now. Registrations received by October 1, 2016 will allow for shirt size selection. Registrations received October 2, 2016 or later may not include a T-shirts (dependent on availability and sizing). Register now to grow your hip and stylish T-shirt wardrobe.
The Cincinnati Project (TCP) uses the social science expertise from the faculty and students at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Arts & Sciences to help disadvantaged communities and the agencies that serve them. TCP conducts social research to promote economic justice, health equity, racial equality, improved conditions for women, and for other equity issues. TCP faculty engages Cincinnati area community members, non-profits, governments and agencies to form partnerships in order to solve problems and meet the needs of the disadvantaged in the community. A recent example of this research involved a group of students working with a community partner to collect qualitative information at the recent NAACP Conference in Cincinnati.
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What do Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, John Travolta, Kelly Preston, Kevin Connolly, Kate Mara, Ellen Page and WordCamp Cincinnati 2016 attendees have in common? They are all making Cincinnati a destination to pursue their passions and further their professional goals.
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WordCamps, which are held each year across the globe, are informal, community-organized events that are put together by enthusiastic WordPress users to share information regarding website design and best practices within the WordPress ecosystem. WordCamp Cincinnati 2016 is the first WordCamp ever to be held in Cincinnati. Our inaugural WordCamp will be held at The University of Cincinnati, in the Tangeman University Center.
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We Invite You to Become a Sponsor!
WordCamps are held around the world. The Cincinnati WordCamp 2016 is the first to be held in Cincinnati. Your organization can be a part of this exciting two day event by becoming a sponsor.
Cincinnati WordCamp 2016 will offer a wide variety of workshops, presented by speakers who are leading WordPress developers, marketers, writers, bloggers, social media specialists and business professionals from the greater Cincinnati area and around the country. Help us to connect the WordPress community and get visibility for your company at the same time.
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Thanks for your interest in volunteering for WordCamp Cincinnati! At this time, all of the volunteer roles have been filled. We would love for you to join us at Cincinnati’s inaugural WordCamp on October 15th and 16th. General admission tickets are still available for purchase on this site.
See you there!
WordCamp Cincinnati is looking for speakers!
Application deadline has passed. Thanks for all the great submissions!
We invite you to share your expertise on all things WordPress – Topics of interest include:
- Building phenomenal WordPress Websites
- Leveraging WordPress Plugins
- WordPress Developer Secrets
- Analytics and WordPress
- Mobile WordPress Site Development
- Commerce via WordPress Websites
- Integrating Social Media into WordPress Sites
- Other ideas that help further community knowledge and enthusiasm for the WordPress platform are welcome.
*The deadline to apply is August 31st
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The first-ever WordCamp Cincinnati will be held October 15-16, 2016 at The University of Cincinnati – Tangeman University Center. Cost is only $40 for the two-day event and includes lunch both days and a sweet t-shirt! Get your tickets here.
What is WordCamp?
WordCamps are casual, locally-organized conferences covering everything related to WordPress. Attendees include aficionados, practitioners, website developers, agency owners, SEO experts, online commerce proprietors, and, hopefully, YOU!
Throughout WordCamp, attendees share experiences and insights about how they use WordPress to share ideas and execute business objectives.
What’s the Word on WordPress?
WordPress is a free, open source platform that enables quick and easy website, blog, or app development. The core software is built by hundreds of community volunteers, and when you’re ready for more there are thousands of plugins and themes available to transform your site into almost anything you can imagine.
WordCamp Cincinnati will be held October 15-16, 2016 at the University of Cincinnati, in the Tangeman University Center.
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