Author Archives: demilevitch

A Note for Future Fellows

Dear incoming fellows, Greetings from the past!!! Congratulations on your admittance to what is in my humble opinion, the most rewarding and transformative nonprofit internship opportunity in the state of Ohio! All those countless hours laboring over your application and … Continue reading

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Work the Body, Grow the Mind

As taxing as it is, I truly love exercising. After a long (and rather sedentary) day at the office, there really is nothing better than breaking a sweat, moving your body, and exhausting yourself to the point of satisfaction. Well, … Continue reading

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The Elusive Inclusive

Would you rather choose to be tolerated or wholly accepted for who you are? This was what I asked myself after Monday’s visit to LifeTown, a nonprofit organization designed as a realistic “city” where children with special needs receive the … Continue reading


When Things Don’t Go Well

“Everything you want is on the other side of fear” -Jack Canfield To the outsider looking in, it would seem impossible that less than two decades ago, Equitas Health was considering disbandment. Formerly known as AIDS Resource Center Ohio, the … Continue reading

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Four Score and Seven Years Ago…

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to spend the Fourth of July with friends and family in Washington D.C. Eager to embark upon my very first solo road trip (I told you I could do it, Mom!) and first-ever … Continue reading

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Week 4!

In what seems to have happened in the blink of an eye, yet another amazing week working at the Ohio Association for Nonprofit Organizations (OANO) has come to a close. While I’m quickly gaining knowledge regarding the nonprofit sector and … Continue reading

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Happy Friday!

A leading nonprofit scholar, Joel Fleishman notes, “The greatest threat to the not-for-profit sector is the betrayal of public trust, the disappointment of public confidence.” After spending a week analyzing the inner depths of OANO’s Standards for Excellence Educational Packets … Continue reading

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