Monthly Archives: August 2019

See you soon, Ohio Wildlife Center

As my 10 weeks at this organization are coming to a close, I feel very thankful I was able to spend my summer here. On my last day today, the development team I was a part of all ate lunch … Continue reading

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Non-Profits: Where there’s Always Work to be Done

As one of my peers wrote in their blog, I am left wondering where the time has gone this summer. It seems like the summer began and ended before I could truly process my project in its entirety. Have you … Continue reading

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I Can’t Explain It

Where has the time gone? When I use to say this in the beginning it was with that familiar feeling of just filling in space with words that could be relatable. Time never stops is something we all can agree … Continue reading

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Shifting Things Up

As we are getting close to the end of the summer, the projects I am working on are shifting. Instead of working on long, more in-depth projects, I am now taking on small ones that correlate to different aspects of … Continue reading

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The Last Week of Summer Day Camp

Today was the last day of the CND Summer Day Camp and I don’t know how to feel about it right now. On one hand, I am exhausted from working with the kids every day, constantly on my toes and … Continue reading

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Week 9: A Gooey Butter Cake Goodbye

I can’t believe it’s time to say goodbye to my summer as a Fellow for the Grange Insurance Audubon Center. What an absolute blast it’s been working with the incredible staff here, and I’m so grateful for all the things … Continue reading

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The Voice of Reason

Over the course of this summer, we have had many discussions on what it means to be a leader. I have worked with and under many different types of leaders and I have learned that where every leader has different … Continue reading

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