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About ashley.mcintosh

I'm 22. I'm a recent grad of Mount Vernon Nazarene University. Likes include Honey Nut Cheerios, elephants, and new book smell. Dislikes include spiders, soggy french fries, and high heels. I'm trying to live out a Kingdom ethic while still learning what that looks like. I like to write, but I hate to share, so this ought to be interesting. Let's see if anything comes of it. Thanks for stopping by. :)

Closing Time…Almost

Everyone is closing up shop at their respective non-profits this week, but I spent a week this summer in Hilton Head, so fortunately I’ve still got one more week to savor at Per Scholas Columbus. But this will be my … Continue reading

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Everything is Falling into Place

Yet another great week coming to a close here at Per Scholas. I’m finishing up my final report this week, now that we have the final piece of the puzzle, so to speak, with the conclusion of Wednesday’s IT Leader … Continue reading

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Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

We are hurtling toward the end of the summer at full speed over here at Per Scholas. Last week we prepared for a new class and tried to squeeze the last few applicants into the class that started on Saturday. … Continue reading

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Presidents and Popsicles

What an awesome week and it’s not over yet! Wednesday was probably one of my favorite days of the summer. We started off with a learning session at the Foundation. I always look forward to learning sessions because it’s a great … Continue reading

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Challenging Misconceptions

So far, this week has been jam-packed with valuable learning experiences. Monday, the Columbus Foundation hosted an etiquette lunch for fellows and for students interning with The Ohio State University. I’ve never been to an etiquette lunch before and, to be … Continue reading

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Struggles and Payoff

The theme of this week was: Struggles and Payoffs. As I said last week, Per Scholas students graduated this week. As they reflected on the challenges they have had to overcome, I was met with a challenge or two myself. … Continue reading

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A Privilege to Serve

Hello all! This week I’ve been out of the office on a family vacation, working remotely from the sandy beaches of Hilton Head Island. So since I have been away from the Per Scholas team this week, I thought I … Continue reading

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