Monthly Archives: July 2018

Week 8: The Revolution Will Not Be Funded

I spent my eighth week at Equality Ohio doing a lot of self-reflection as the program begins to close. In the office, I’ve been working on a lot of data management and fundraising planning. It’s been really fun being able … Continue reading

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Week 6

Week 6 of the fellowship has provided a lot of insight into social enterprise. LifeCare Alliance utilizes many strategies for social enterprise, including Carrie’s Cafe, a senior dining center which is open to the public, L.A. Catering, a catering company, … Continue reading

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Week 8

Earlier this week, we heard from Doug Kridler the President and CEO of the Columbus Foundation. We touched on a concept that has always fascinated me, especially in the last year coming from the Columbus Partnership to the Columbus Foundation. … Continue reading

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Colum-bussing Around Town

I knew at the beginning of this fellowship that this experience would be filled with learning and growth. However, classrooms manifest in many different forms – the COTA bus system was one for me this summer. The suburb that I … Continue reading

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Week 8: Train-ing kids to have self efficacy

Every day, the kids at camp come in and fight over one toy: the Legos. Whether it’s the girls, the boys, the kids that like art, or the kids that don’t, there is a constant brawl over who is gonna … Continue reading

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Bats & Cats

Podcast link: https://soundcloud.com/user-110817248/tcf-blog-week-8/s-jqokQ Podcast transcript: “What’s this? I’m no longer surrounded by bugs and dirt and covered in sweat? Must mean my week of camp is over. The past seven days I’ve been working remotely–very remotely–all the way from Danville Ohio, … Continue reading

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JCC

This past week I was able to substitute for a counselor and spend the entire week with one group of kids. I was very excited when I heard I would be doing this because as the CIT coordinator, all my … Continue reading

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