Monthly Archives: July 2019

Week 9: Steering Committees

This week, I’ve continued to develop a plan to compost at the House, a plan for a vegetable garden, and furthered our partnership with OSU’s College of Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Sciences. I’ve connected the House with a Central Ohio composting company, Innovative Organics, to conduct a … Continue reading

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“Workin’ 9 to 5”

One reason I wanted to participate in this fellowship was to begin adjusting myself to a regular full-time 9-5 work schedule after graduation and before I begin work professionally in Autumn. As a student, I would always schedule my classes … Continue reading

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Children are Teachers

Today marked the first day of the last week of camp. Looking back, there are many lessons that I’ve learned about myself and about life. If not for the children I met, I would not have learned these lessons. When … Continue reading

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Week 8: Personal and Professional Growth

With the start of week 8 of my internship, things were starting to mostly fall into a normal routine. Just when I thought I was getting into the groove of my work schedule, my Tuesday morning commute surprised me with … Continue reading

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Week 8: Flying By!

As I sit here greeting visitors on this warm Saturday afternoon, I can’t believe I only have one last week here at the GIAC. At the same time though, my first day here feels like such a long time ago–I … Continue reading

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Leadership Conference

Last weekend was the weekend I had spent all summer waiting for, it was Leadership Conference weekend. I think that it is safe to say I had a lot of expectations in a lot of different areas going into Leadership … Continue reading

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Summer is Flying By at Ohio Wildlife Center!

As I am writing this I cannot believe that I only get to spend two more weeks at Ohio Wildlife Center! I have had such a great time learning how their organization runs, working with and for wildlife and meeting … Continue reading

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