Educational Nonprofit Chooses Downtown for First Local Office

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

Bottom Line, a Boston-based nonprofit working with hopeful first-generation college students, has opened its first Ohio office in downtown Dayton’s Talbott Tower. The nonprofit is now open in a 3,200-square-foot space on the eighth floor of the downtown office building. According to the Dayton Business Journal, Bottom Line Ohio’s first cohort will take place this fall with 180 students. Local high school seniors will be enrolled in their College Access Program for a series of one-on-one meetings with full-time college advisors to receive assistance with the college application process. Bottom Line currently has agreements with 9 local schools and districts, including Dayton Public Schools, Dayton Early College Academy, and Chaminade Julienne High School with the plan to further expand in the Dayton region.

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