Monthly Archives: August 2018

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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When there’s no map to follow in making the MAP

This week was a big milestone for my summer project: I began the process of training Local Matters employees on what the MAP (Master Accounts of Programming) Airtable tool is, how to effectively utilize it for the specific needs of … Continue reading

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Know your worth…

…and value it! Podcast link: https://soundcloud.com/user-110817248/tcf-blog-week-9/s-XCxYM Podcast transcript: “This week has been crazy in regards to my personal life, but work has been very steady. Coming back from camp I felt like I had a lot to catch up on, but … Continue reading

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City Year: Week 9

Some higher nonprofit power must have read my blog post last week and responded in-kind: this week has been FAST PACED to say the least! On Monday, our brand-new AmeriCorps members started at City Year Columbus- so our office gained … Continue reading

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‘Twas the night before Youth Summit…

… And I have just about put in a 12 hour work day. Oh, and it’s my birthday! This past week has been crazy busy; I totaled my car, had my school laptop sent in for repairs and come back … Continue reading

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