Monthly Archives: June 2018

Week 4- Building Cultural Competence

This week was action-packed.  One of the tasks I was charged with was hosting a conversation with Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) physician residents.  On occasion, the BGCC will host conversations with NCH residents with the purpose of broadening their understanding … Continue reading

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The Fourth Installment

Podcast link: https://soundcloud.com/user-110817248/tcf-blog-week-4/s-xxwjO Podcast transcript: “Greetings, listeners! This week at TECH CORPS we had E4Tech training in the office. E4Tech is a professional development seminar for 3rd and 4th grade teachers where they learn how to integrate computer science and computational … Continue reading

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Local Matters – Week 4

As I’ve increasingly settled in to my role at Local Matters, I’ve noticed a disparity between myself and the rest of the staff: everyone else wears a million and a half hats throughout the day in fulfilling their roles, and … Continue reading

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City Year: Week 4

“I couldn’t do anything other than this work- I believe in the nonprofit cause”. This week, I reflected on Kelsie Fields’ response to a question asked by a Columbus Fellow in a session on nonprofit development. Regardless of a role … Continue reading

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Week 4: Jewish Community Center

I can’t believe that my fourth week at the Jewish Community Center (JCC) is already almost over! During the first week of my internship, I attended three days of orientation where I learned in great depth about the role of … Continue reading

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Marketing Moves

My fourth week with Cartoon Crossroads Columbus and the Columbus Foundation was great. The week kicked off with a fellows learning session in which we listened to two speakers: Oyauma Garrison, the president and C.E.O. of A Kid Again, and … Continue reading

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Week 3: Relationships

As you can imagine, Huck House is a busy place. The staff are in and out of the office and the shelter. They are meeting with youth, linking them to services, logging all the necessary information, etc. Through all of … Continue reading

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