Monthly Archives: June 2017

Westerville Symphony on the move

By: Kelsie Fields Wow! What a busy week it has been at the Westerville Symphony. We have been moving to a new office which has been exciting! On Monday, we had our annual end-of-the-year board meeting which is the most … Continue reading

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Week 4: Where has the time gone?

Hey, everyone! Katy here. This week flew by for me and as I sit at my desk on the Friday afternoon of my 4th week working at CRIS, I am reflecting on how quickly time has gone by during this … Continue reading

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Excited and Inspired

Hey everyone! As week 4 comes to a close, I’ve been reflecting on how this week has looked very different for me in an exciting way. I’ve learned over the past few weeks that creating a communications plan is hard … Continue reading

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Week Four: Part of the team!

Week 4 at the Worthington Resource Pantry has been super busy but also super fun at the same time! As I have said before, I cannot believe I’ve only been working here for this short amount of time. My coworkers … Continue reading

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Week 4 Wrap Up

Hi there! Honesty time. Writing this blog each Friday morning is always overwhelming for me at first , how am I supposed to sum up 40 hours of life in a few paragraphs!? After settling into the fact that it … Continue reading

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Going with the Flow

Sometimes you just have to go with the flow- especially when you work in a non profit. I learned this during this past week. As a recent college graduate of a school in which students were very competitive, “stress” has … Continue reading

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Week 3

  This week I got a better sense of the project, which data points are available, and some of the possible implications that may arise in analyzing the data. For example, someone may be paying their rent on time but … Continue reading

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Permeating Non-Profit Operations

This week I’d like to share with you a few events where I was able to permeate the operations of a small non-profit. To refresh everyone’s memory, my name is Jake and I am working with Green Columbus throughout the … Continue reading

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Week 3: productively waiting

The theme of the week: productively waiting. This week felt pretty stagnant at DSC. The two weeks prior were dedicated to preparing for the 2017 Buckeye Golf Classic and to sending out our Request for Proposal (RFP) to prospective marketing … Continue reading

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Week Three – Monsters!

Summer Art Workshops began last week and I received my first opportunity to act as coordinator. The theme of my first workshop was Magical Beasts and How to Make Them. The teaching artist, Mark, has taught SAW before, which I … Continue reading

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