Monthly Archives: July 2014

View from the Top (literally)

This past week was full of wrapping up my two large scale projects and spending more time with the club members! I finished all of the Summer Brain Gain evaluations and assessments! I am currently working on a detailed guide … Continue reading

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Social Security and Worried Case Workers

I had my firsts “extended” stay at the social security office this past week. I went with the case worker Ahmed Kamil and we were registering a family of seven for their social security numbers and cards. The line was … Continue reading

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How to Host 300 Children on a Field…in the Summer

Step 1. Secure a nutritious and delicious lunch for the kiddos, as well as dozens of volunteers and community partners to make the day run smoothly and enjoyable. Ronald McDonald is a popular invitee to have on the guest list. … Continue reading

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4 Take-Aways from Doug Kridler

To be honest, I usually zone out when people start talking. It’s not on purpose, but for some reason if my subconscious senses a lecture coming on, it comes out to play and my conscious-conscious goes in to take a … Continue reading

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Get Well Soon

Although blogging about our experiences over the summer is a mandatory component of the Columbus Foundation Fellows program, reading the blogs of the other fellows technically is not. However, I suspect that all of us have happily done so anyway. … Continue reading

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Local Government Affairs

In addition to my fellowship project, I am also staying engaged in the realm of local government affairs. Accordingly, through attending Columbus City Council meetings, and staying up-to-date on local policy initiatives, legislation proposed and passed is considered, with how … Continue reading

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The eighth week at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio brought about a change in my energy and excitement for the Volunteer Stewardship Plan. This week marks a time when I can see everything finally coming together. By drafting … Continue reading

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