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Who we are Welcome to Advance new website.. ADVANCE is a minority professional development organization founded by African American students at the University of Cincinnati in 1986, in response to the expressed need of minority students to enhance their career awareness and preparation for career success. Advance was inspired by the objectives of the Corporate Orientation Program (CORP), which then operated under the Council on Career Development for Minorities, Inc. Terry Davis, Assistant Director of the Career Development Center along with four students formed the ADVANCE Program. Over the years, ADVANCE has remained a unique program among colleges and universities, receiving the distinguished Chevron Award from the National Association of Colleges and Employers for its outstanding programs. ADVANCE is a minority professional development organization founded by African American students at the University of Cincinnati in 1986, in response to the expressed need of minority students to enhance their career awareness and preparation for career success. Advance was inspired by the objectives of the Corporate Orientation Program (CORP), which then operated under the Council on Career Development for Minorities, Inc. Terry Davis, Assistant Director of the Career Development Center along with four students formed the ADVANCE Program. Over the years, ADVANCE has remained a unique program among colleges and universities, receiving the distinguished Chevron Award from the National Association of Colleges and Employers for its outstanding programs. ADVANCE is a minority professional development organization founded by African American students at the University of Cincinnati in 1986, in response to the expressed need of minority students to enhance their career awareness and preparation for career success. Advance was inspired by the objectives of the Corporate Orientation Program (CORP), which then operated under the Council on Career Development for Minorities, Inc. Terry Davis, Assistant Director of the Career Development Center along with four students formed the ADVANCE Program. Over the years, ADVANCE has remained a unique program among colleges and universities, receiving the distinguished Chevron Award from the National Association of Colleges and Employers for its outstanding programs.