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Week 9 at The King Arts Complex: I said I wouldn’t cry

Entering this week, I knew I would feel an array of emotions. Although it was only the second to last week of the fellowship, it was the last week of summer camp. The first emotion was stress. Starting the week … Continue reading

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Week 8: Train-ing kids to have self efficacy

Every day, the kids at camp come in and fight over one toy: the Legos. Whether it’s the girls, the boys, the kids that like art, or the kids that don’t, there is a constant brawl over who is gonna … Continue reading

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Week 7 at The King Arts Complex

For most of the fellowship, I questioned what my role was at The King Arts Complex. I knew the description that the Columbus Foundation gave us and the open-ended expectations that were bestowed upon us, but in practice, my role … Continue reading

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Week 6: Fellow on the Go

This week I spent a considerable portion of my time away from the Summer Arts Camp environment. Out for some professional development opportunities, this week was extremely different from the usual day to day operations at the Complex. Ohio State … Continue reading

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Week 5: Where has the time gone? Where will the rest of the time take me?

I started this week overwhelmed by how fast time has flown by working at the King Arts Complex. The days seem to blur together, each being a continuation of one another as I’ve fallen into a daily routine. Although the … Continue reading

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Week 4 at The King Arts Complex

I wish this week was filled with a motivational story like last week. I wish I could set the perfect scene to encapsulate the perfect week. I wish this week could have been better. However, I would not have changed … Continue reading

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Week 3 at the King Arts Complex

“Sometimes you just gotta smile through it.” After my second week of working with the Summer Arts Camp and the third week working with the staff at the King Arts Complex, I am still finding my place. Every day I … Continue reading

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