Monthly Archives: August 2015

Up, Up, and Away!

Yesterday morning I got taken up to fly in an airplane by my CEO. Yes you read that correctly, it is NOT a typo.  The CEO of Habitat For Humanity MidOhio, EJ Thomas, has one of the coolest biplanes in … Continue reading

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Closing Time…Almost

Everyone is closing up shop at their respective non-profits this week, but I spent a week this summer in Hilton Head, so fortunately I’ve still got one more week to savor at Per Scholas Columbus. But this will be my … Continue reading

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Capstone and Goodbye

I am sitting at my desk, here in my third-floor cubicle at the Vineyard Community Center, for my final day as a fellow here. Yesterday, a new intern on our floor was being introduced to the third-floor tenants; it’s hard to believe … Continue reading


The Final Lap

Today is my final day with Make A Wish.  After I finish writing this, I’ll be cleaning out my desk.  This week I did a lot of small projects, including running the same cost analysis for 2014-2015 but breaking it … Continue reading

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What am I worth?

Much like all of my past summer jobs, this internship came with the understanding that my salary was already pre-negotiated. I’ve always considered myself a pretty mission-driven rather than money-driven person, so my past work experience has usually involved either … Continue reading

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Large Groups Making a Difference

It is hard to believe that I am in week ten of ten of my summer fellowship with the Columbus Early Learning Centers. Although the fact that I will be continuing as a part-time volunteer coordinator might be contributing to … Continue reading

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Notes from last week

Last week I developed a sustainability plan so that Actors’ Theatre can survey audience members next summer during their performances at Schiller Park. I’ve recommended some changes to the way we tracked our data this summer, and tried to create … Continue reading

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