Ohio Leaders Seek To Plug State's 'Brain Drain'

WCPO.com

There was a time when 20-year old Brian Bruner thought he'd have to leave Cincinnati to get the college degree in construction that he wanted so badly.

His goal was to become involved in "green" technology.

That was before he found his niche in the University of Cincinnati College of Applied Sciences (OCAS) Cooperative Education program.

The College Hill native and Walnut Hills High School graduate found that most of the country's renewable energy resources are within 500 miles of Ohio and that his co-op experience at Intelligration could lead to full-time employment.

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