Monthly Archives: November 2015

If it’s gonna be, it’s up to me

Hello! My name is Arielle Johnson. I am senior at Capital University studying Sociology with minors in Philosophy and Ethnic Studies. I am currently completing my fellowship at the Charitable Pharmacy of Central Ohio. The Charitable Pharmacy seeks to provide … Continue reading

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A learning (and growing) experience

Hello all! My name is Haley Duff, I am a senior at Ohio State studying Community Leadership in the College of Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Science. I’m very excited to be completing my fellowship this year at Local Matters. Local … Continue reading

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Hope for the Future

Hello! My name is Danielle Francis and I am a senior at The Ohio State University studying Early and Middle Childhood Studies. I am fortunate enough to have the opportunity to work as a fundraising and development fellow for Catholic … Continue reading

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The SON is rising!

Hello! My name is AnnMarie Graham, I am a senior at The Ohio State University studying Public Affairs and International Studies, and much like a sunrise, my time as a Fundraising and Development Intern for Serving Our Neighbors Ministries is … Continue reading

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GREAT Futures Start Here!

Hello Readers, My name is Taylor Weis, I am a senior at Ohio Wesleyan University. I am fortunate to be serving as the fundraising/development fellow for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Columbus. I have a history with the Boys … Continue reading

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Unite Today. Change Tomorrow.

Hello! My name is Ryan Fisher and I have the fortunate opportunity to serve as the Fundraising & Development Fellow for United Schools Network (USN) at the Columbus Collegiate Academy- Main Street Campus. Columbus Collegiate Academy (CCA) Main Street Campus … Continue reading

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What a Time to Work at The Zoo!

Hello All! I’m Connor Hooper and I have the pleasure of serving as the Fellow for the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium! I was incredibly excited upon hearing my placement with the Zoo—the organization has such a tremendous reputation locally and … Continue reading

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