Monthly Archives: August 2014

Onward

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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#Greatfutures

We started off the week with a visit from the National organization! Columbus was one of the stops on the Triple Play Mobile Tour promoting healthy minds, bodies, and souls. We spent the day playing kickball, basketball, and learning about … Continue reading

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Falling into place

My work for the ALS Association has finally started to come together in the last two weeks. When I first started, they let me know that if I was able to come up with a few options regarding the loan … Continue reading

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Bridging the Gap of Local Produce and Low-Income

I had one of the busiest weeks of my fellowship this past week. We are gearing up for the Weeding Out Hunger workshop on food insecurity taking place this Wednesday and the amount of detail and reflection needed to make … Continue reading

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I smell fall

With a week left, I shouldn’t be writing about the end of summer quite yet, but the truth is, I smell fall. Friday Aug. 1 was the last day for most of our summer lunch sites, and that was a … Continue reading

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