Monthly Archives: August 2010

Never too Old to Learn

Education is a topic that always seems to be on the ballot, but never really receives the attention it deserves. Other movements, such as gay rights, abortion, economic crises, or environmental issues always seem to overpower it, and it fades … Continue reading

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That’s a wrap!

Fast and Fabulous!  Those are the two words that have most frequently been said to me by the Fellows and by the nonprofit organizations that have participated in The Columbus Foundation’s Summer Fellowship Program.  And I can’t think of two … Continue reading

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A Transformative Summer

At the start of my time at Consider Biking, I was looking forward to a great experience that would better prepare me for the professional world and introduce me to the non-profit sector. I knew that I would not be … Continue reading

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Auf Wiedersehen

Today is my last day at the Phoenix Theatre for Children as a summer fellow.  Wait.  What?  It’s hard to believe that ten weeks have flown by so quickly.  Throughout my time with CATCO-Phoenix and the Columbus Foundation, I have … Continue reading

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The end.

I’ll echo everyone else when I say I can’t believe it’s the end! My 10 weeks at Central Ohio Youth for Christ have been a whirlwind! Expanding the website to 3 times its current size, collecting in-kind donations from a variety … Continue reading

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The Finished Product!

13 sections. Over 85 documents. 140 pages total. Mostly front-and-back. Edited. Printed. Done. As I type the results of my finished product, I can hardly believe them myself. Sitting in front of me I have a good inch tall stack … Continue reading

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Time Well Spent

The work that I have done this summer as a fellow at Planned Parenthood of Central Ohio has been thought provoking, informative and perhaps most importantly, energizing. I have been inspired by many of the individuals and organizations I have … Continue reading

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