Monthly Archives: August 2017

Seeking 2018 Summer Fellowship Sites

The Columbus Foundation is now accepting applications from nonprofit organizations for the 2018 Summer Fellowship Program, which links college students with meaningful experiences with area nonprofits. Nonprofit organizations have the opportunity to host a summer fellow for a 10-week period from … Continue reading

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Week Ten

My last week at the Hoover YMCA Park was pretty much a whirlwind. The Learning Garden fundraiser was held on Thursday, so I was working long hours to make sure that everything would be prepared in time. This was the … Continue reading

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That’s a wrap!

By Kelsie Fields It’s so exciting to look back on where we all started ten weeks ago. Meeting with everyone this morning and hearing about all the amazing successes our cohort has had at their various organizations. To cap off … Continue reading

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Last Friday, I was bold

Gray, rainy mornings always make me feel a bit gloomy. This morning was no different as I tried not to hydro-glide while driving on the freeway. In the past couple of weeks, my work load at Central has tremendously slowed … Continue reading

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Signing Off

Hello, it’s Jake again!          Well, we are nearing the end of the Columbus Foundation Summer Fellowship. Tomorrow (Friday, August 11th) is the last day of our 10 week fellowship experience. It’s weird that this experience is … Continue reading

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A Thank You Note

It’s week ten somehow, some way. Ten weeks have flown by, filled with learning and growth and skunks. While I learned a lot about nonprofit management, marketing, outreach and development, I think what I will carry with me the most … Continue reading

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Lasting Lessons

I can’t believe it’s time for this post already, but 10 weeks later I am (almost) finished with my position as a Marketing and Communications intern at the Ronald McDonald House. To say that I have learned a lot would … Continue reading

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