Author Archives: Emily Long

Wrap Up

Well, today is the last day. These 10 weeks went by in a blink of an eye. Some days were slower than others, and some days I don’t even think I remembered to eat. I am extremely grateful for my … 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 8

Earlier this week, we heard from Doug Kridler the President and CEO of the Columbus Foundation. We touched on a concept that has always fascinated me, especially in the last year coming from the Columbus Partnership to the Columbus Foundation. … Continue reading

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A little perspective on.. perspective

I need another pair of eyes. I have been thinking about this phrase a lot this week. We use it all the time, whether we are working on a paper at school, sending an important email, or even just looking … Continue reading

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Week 5

Wow, this is the halfway point. When you’re a little kid and the 4thof July hits, you know that summer is dwindling fast. It’s hitting me at the age of 22. I have so many projects, goals, and to-dos to … Continue reading

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Timing is everything!

This past week I have felt like I have been moving very slow. But, I have realized that project management sometimes can be a game of chess. This move must happen before this piece can act. I need to contact … Continue reading

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Week 3: Relationships

As you can imagine, Huck House is a busy place. The staff are in and out of the office and the shelter. They are meeting with youth, linking them to services, logging all the necessary information, etc. Through all of … Continue reading

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