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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Something I hadn’t expected over the course of this internship was how much I would learn from the blogs of the other Fellows. While my main focus as a semi-professional is on health care, I know that there are a … Continue reading

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Insight from Community Leaders: Mr. Doug Kridler and Mr. Ty Marsh

When I reflect about my experience in The Columbus Foundation Summer Fellowship Program, having the opportunity to receive insight and advice from various leaders in the community that are involved in the nonprofit and private sectors has been extremely beneficial, … Continue reading

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Final CO and The Coming Days

Monday and Wednesday marked my final cultural orientation teaching days. The cultural group was Somali and they were all very attentive and engaged in the material and asked good, thoughtful questions. CRIS hired a full time cultural orientation instructor who … Continue reading

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