Monthly Archives: June 2013

What Do You Wake Up For?

Much of my time during my third week at LifeCare Alliance has been spent interacting with the community. I have been calling clients to ask them about their pets, and I also delivered a Meals-on-Wheels route today during my lunch … Continue reading

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Not Buying It

This Wednesday, I had the opportunity to attend a presentation at the Youth 2 Youth conference held here in Columbus.  The performance, titled “The MANufactured and MISSrepresented Image,” brought to light the negative gender stereotypes which pervade media and empowered … Continue reading

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We’re three weeks into our nine week program and I’m no longer a visitor trying to keep my head above water in the sea of children, staff and activity that is my workplace.  Sure, I’m still trying to keep my … Continue reading

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Post-it notes galore

Hello again! During the past couple of weeks at Alvis House, I have been doing some Internet research to gather information about environmental trends that may either be currently affecting or will affect Alvis House services in the future. This … Continue reading

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USN: Columbus Collegiate Academy

United Schools Network is changing the face of education in Central Ohio. We are dedicated educators that share one compelling mission and passion ­providing each child with an excellent education that paves the way to future success.

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Taking Names and Changing Lives

I can’t believe we’re entering the third week of the fellowship! The time has flown by but so far my experience at Columbus Collegiate Academy has been great. My first week at CCA was mostly comprised of learning the ropes … Continue reading

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From the Cloud to Conan

“Doing Business in the Cloud” This was the title of ICDC’s (Increase Community Development Corporation) June workshop that featured a local authority on the subject. The event also doubled as a networking opportunity for small business owners.  I was surrounded … Continue reading

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