Monthly Archives: June 2017

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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Week Three!

Well, it’s officially the beginning of my fourth week at LeaderSpark, and you know what that means… I’m already behind on blog posts!! So consider this one your catch all for weeks 2 & 3. And I promise I’ll try … Continue reading

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Week 3: “Strangers are friends we have yet to meet.”

As you scroll through the Columbus Fellowship blog, the following quote seems to appear in almost every reflection, “It’s hard to believe that I have only been working with this organization for 3 weeks”…well folks, my experience with Hope Hollow thus … Continue reading

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Week Three: Getting down to business!

I can’t believe I’ve only been working at the Worthington Resource Pantry for three weeks- it feels like I’ve been here for much longer! My coworkers and I have been moving full-force this past week, and I have enjoyed diving … Continue reading

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Week Three

This week I’d like to focus on one experience in particular. It was Tuesday and my supervisor realized she hadn’t given me the full tour of the Hoover Y grounds yet, so we set out on a walk together. There … Continue reading

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