Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Big Move

So this blog post may be a bit late. On top of work and the learning session last week, I finally got the keys to my first apartment on Thursday. It was a moment I have been looking forward to all … Continue reading

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Columbus: A Large City with a Hometown Feel

Even though Columbus is the fifteenth largest city in America, it often seems to be looked over as a major player in this country since it lacks some key features of major cities that tend to gain them attention. Without … Continue reading

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Chapter 3: Interviews

Busy, busy, busy.  But all in a good way. I have found myself eyes deep in the water of non-profit videography. The good news is that I know how to swim. Everything I have learned at Capital University and from … Continue reading

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From the Clinic to Hilliard to Bhutan to Westerville to Hilliard

Monday, I had a productive outreach visit at Hilliard Horizon Elementary School with our volunteers Megan and Missy. We partnered with SON Ministries summer camp free lunch program for this visit. The kids for this visit were the MOST energetic … Continue reading


While the Cat’s Away, the Mouse Will Play

My boss was out for the week, but left me with plenty of direction.  I had a busy week of crunching numbers.  A program manager from a different office suggested that perhaps January was so high because we weren’t using … Continue reading

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“C-A-M-P-F-I-R-E-S-O-N-G Song. It would help if you just sing along!”

This has been such a great week at Shepherd’s Corner. We hosted a group of local youngsters for a week filled with summer camp fun! On Monday I was able to meet the campers, and it was such a joy … Continue reading

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A Privilege to Serve

Hello all! This week I’ve been out of the office on a family vacation, working remotely from the sandy beaches of Hilton Head Island. So since I have been away from the Per Scholas team this week, I thought I … Continue reading

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It’s All Worthwhile

My work week was consumed by my desk phone, as I spoke with the representatives of our legal software program, and one hour bled into two, and then three, and then a day, and so on. I am working to … Continue reading

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Building community at “porch sit”

Theatre director Anne Bogart writes in her blog post “Community”, “The subject of the theater is not only the fictional community within a given play but also the actual communities that come together within the time set aside for performance: … Continue reading

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The Power of Storytelling

One of the best parts about this Summer Fellowship experience has been the learning sessions at The Columbus Foundation.   Every other week, the fellows take time out of their busy work schedules to come together to learn more about … Continue reading

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