Monthly Archives: August 2014

Wrapping it Up

As I get ready for my last “first day of school” on Wednesday, I can’t help but take a moment to reflect on the amazing journey I took this summer with the Columbus Foundation and Ohio Designer Craftsmen.  I started … Continue reading

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A Reflection…

Being involved in the fellowship program was a unique and rewarding experience. Having the opportunity to interact with patients at the Charitable Pharmacy and assist them throughout the duration of the summer proved to be a great experience. After having … Continue reading

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In Conclusion….

                  So about a week after my last organized activity with FLOW I am getting ready for a new adventure in my life. I start my law school orientation at Cleveland-Marshall on Monday and will be away from Columbus … Continue reading

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Summertime Sadness

I cannot believe the fellowship has ended! This post is devoted to my top 3 take aways (in no particular order) of the summer. 1.) Summer Educational Programming-Coordinating the summer brain gain program was definitely one of the largest projects … Continue reading

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Patient Advising..and Flashing Lights!

Making finalizations to the patient healthcare savings guide and contact sheet, along with a patient survey were among my priorities last week. The development of the patient healthcare savings guide and the patient survey were well-received. After speaking and interacting … Continue reading

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The Last Day

Yesterday was an extremely busy day at CRIS. There were a lot of housekeeping jobs that needed to be completed before I leave Friday. With the hiring of a new cultural orientation teacher and new case worker assistants, the resettlement … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Roses

This weekend, I had the privilege of visiting Columbus’ esteemed Park of Roses. While visiting, I got to learn a bit of history about one of the city’s most celebrated landmarks. The Park of Roses, previously known as Whetstone Park, … Continue reading

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