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Partnership Opportunities with Miami Regionals

MORE (Miami Opportunities for Regional Employers)

Miami Regionals is committed to empowering minds...strengthening communities. We're here to make the right connections, forming mutually beneficial relationships that positively impact the communities in which we serve. Explore our workshop series, MORE, to find additional details about upcoming workshops. Our office of ASPIRE (advancing strategy, partnerships, institutional relations, and economy) was created to streamline connections with partners in business, government and the community.

Engagement Opportunities

Miami Regionals values our relationship with regional employers. We want to work with you and help meet your needs. Imagine our career services team providing interns or employees for your organization; our microcredentials team developing coursework to improve the skills of your workforce; or our Work+ program finding unique employment opportunities for current or new employees. These initiatives are just a glimpse of the many ways you can connect with our students, faculty, and the University as a whole. Here are the many opportunities we can partner with you.

Kellie a student employee at Worthington Steel and a student in the Work+ prorgram.

Access Talent

Looking for talent to meet your workforce needs? Miami Regionals would like to connect you with our soon to be graduates through our Career Services portal. We also want to partner with you in providing internships for our students. And through our Work+ program, employers can expand their employee talent pool and reduce turnover expenses associated with entry-level positions

Campus Facilities

Need a space for an event or important off-site meeting? Miami Regionals offers a wide variety of space in Hamilton, Middletown, and West Chester. Catering is available through Miami catering.
A Service+ student painting the interior walls of a house with a paint brush.

Civic and Community Engagement

Are you a nonprofit organization? We would like to partner with you through our Service+ program, matching our civic and community minded students with your organization. We also are looking to partner with nonprofit organizations to provide volunteer opportunities for our students.


David Riggs Director of the SBDC giving a workshop.

Entrepreneurial and Small Business Support

Are you a small business or thinking of starting a business? The Small Business Development Center at Miami Regionals would like to help you either get started or take the next step in your growth. Experienced consultants can lead you through the business planning and financing stages.
Duke Energy presenting a check to Miami Regionals Moon Shot for Equity.


Interested in helping students at Miami Regionals achieve their educational dreams? Miami Regionals can set up scholarships in your name and offer sponsorship opportunities that can put your brand on tuition assistance for our students. We also have other needs that you can help fulfill through your philanthropic investment in our academic mission.

Establish a scholarship on behalf your organization or company - Contact Yvette Kelly-Fields at or call (513) 727-3463.

Contribute to any existing program or scholarship - there are a number options to choose from

Make a contribution through your Donor Advised Fund or private foundation

A student reading a book and writing a paper on her laptop

Professional Development & Continuing Education

College courses aren’t just for those pursuing a degree. Many courses at Miami Regionals are open to your employees for reskilling and upskilling in a particular area—earning them a Microcredential. Connect with us to enroll your team in an existing program or leverage the expertise of Miami University instructors with your industry knowledge to develop a microcredential that fits your needs.

Lear more about Microcredentials

Join the Microcredential movement as a partner

Tech-related credentials are eligible for Ohio TechCred funding

Networking Events, Workshops, Lectures, Seminars, & Cultural Events

Throughout the school year, Miami Regionals hosts networking events, workshops, lectures, seminars, and cultural events that will help you connect, broaden your perspective, and learn something new. They are almost always free and worth your time.

Miami Opportunities for Regional Employers (MORE)

Miami Opportunities for Regional Employers (MORE) are striving to meet the economic development needs of our region, and working together to build stronger communities for our future.

We Love Numbers. Especially These.

Miami University Regionals graduates earn a quality education that they immediately put to work in our local communities.


of 2021-22 bachelor's degree graduates were employed, furthering their education, serving in the military, or in a service program

Miami University Data


employers sought to hire our graduates

Miami University Data


of 2019-20 graduates live in Ohio and contribute to regional development

Miami University Data

Innovation Hubs

Our Innovation Hubs support Miami Regionals most in-demand academic programs by giving our students access to resources and technology that prepares them to be industry leaders upon graduation.

Voice of America Learning Center

Commerce Hub

Located in Wester Chester, the Commerce Hub links the real-world and academic expertise of Commerce faculty with a new partnership with the Ohio Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the work it does helping small businesses launch and expand.

A student using a robot in the engineering technology hub.

Engineering Technology Hub

Phase one of the Engineering Technology Hub was completed in the fall of 2021 with the Robotics Lab on the Middletown Campus featuring industrial robot training carts and classroom computers equipped with simulation software.

Inside the nursing innovation hub with simulation beds.

Nursing Hub

With more than 50 years of experience in nursing education, Miami University has long-standing partnerships with local hospitals, agencies, and industry. Located on the Hamilton Campus, the Nursing Hub provides space to partner with regional hospital systems and health care facilities to co-create innovative solutions to current and future health care challenges.

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