Monthly Archives: August 2013

Last task: Say goodbye to everyone

Today was my last day at Alvis House, and it feels so strange to be leaving. I spent forty hours a week for ten weeks in this office and got to know a lot of interesting, funny, intelligent, and genuinely … Continue reading

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The incredible spirit of Columbus

Today was the final closing luncheon for the 2013 Fellowship, and I have to say: it was amazing. All of the Fellows had been giving each other updates on their projects and what they were experiencing at their organizations throughout … Continue reading

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Shutting Down in BizTown

The first day I sat in the Foundation for orientation, ten weeks stretched out ahead of me.  And now I am in week ten. Not to be cliche – but I blinked. I look back over the past few months … Continue reading

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One More Try

I don’t know how many times I can sit down to almost write a blog post about Family Night at RELC.  I’ve written 3/4 of a post half a dozen times, but it never quite feels right, so I inevitably scrap … Continue reading

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After All This Time? Always.

It’s hard to believe that my time at LifeCare Alliance is about to come to a close. I’ve busily spent the week finishing up my remaining projects and preparing for my final presentation at The Columbus Foundation. I’ve been working … Continue reading

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The Breaking of the Fellowship

And so we’ve (almost) come to the end of the Fellowship! As Friday draws closer, it seems like there are more and more things to do and learn at the OEC. Last week was full of events both fun and … Continue reading

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Preparing for the History of the Future

Think about it. Despite all of the organizing, categorizing, and digitizing that I have done with CELC this summer, I have been working primarily with their tangible, paper-bound materials. Now think about the past 13 years. Everything that we do, … Continue reading

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