Monthly Archives: August 2018

A late goodbye

I know the 10-week Fellowship Program ended just a little over a week ago, but to me it feels so long ago. I left the closing luncheon early to immediately drive to State College, PA in order to start graduate … Continue reading

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Ending Surprise

Transitions are gonna get easier… right? That is the question I kept asking myself (to the tune of The Five Stairsteps “Ooh Child”) this week as I pondered why the last week of any involvement for me always seems to … Continue reading

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Some Things Old, Some Things New

Week 9 was my second to last week of the Fellowship, and it felt fitting in a number of ways. While I again spent most of my time working independently and quietly on my review of the Crime Victims Rights … Continue reading

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Week 8

This past week, I had the opportunity to go on a home visit to hear the story of Isabelle, a widow who had some repairs done to her house. The Helping Hometown Heroes program, in partnership with Meals on Wheels … Continue reading

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Wrap Up

Well, today is the last day. These 10 weeks went by in a blink of an eye. Some days were slower than others, and some days I don’t even think I remembered to eat. I am extremely grateful for my … Continue reading

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Final Week

I just wanted to articulate my appreciation for being able to participate in this program.  I have met some amazing folks at the Boys and Girls Club and have also developed some friendships.  I plan on continuing to stay involved … Continue reading

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The Final Leg

It’s hard to believe that my 10 weeks with CXC and The Columbus Foundation are coming to a close tomorrow. I feel so lucky to have had this experience, and my simultaneous feeling of accomplishment and there’s more to do … Continue reading

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Week 7

This past week has been a busy one, to say the least. I attended the first of our weekly meetings for the 120th anniversary event that I have been helping to plan. I have never been part of planning such … Continue reading

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Week 9

Week 9’s post is coming in a tad late, but this week/weekend has been a whirlwind. In my personal life, I moved out of my campus house of two years. I lived with best friends, and to say the least … Continue reading

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Week 9 at The King Arts Complex: I said I wouldn’t cry

Entering this week, I knew I would feel an array of emotions. Although it was only the second to last week of the fellowship, it was the last week of summer camp. The first emotion was stress. Starting the week … Continue reading

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