Tag Archives: Internship

Moments of the week

Clock is ticking. In two weeks my internship at Tech Corps will come to an end. I feel rushed as I want to complete many things before I leave. I have collected testimonials and stories for the Tech Corps annual … Continue reading

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Week 6 – A Very Productive One

My experience at Tech Corps is getting more and more exciting. I am enjoying a steep learning curve and a power to get things done my own. As part of the annual report that I am working on, I had … Continue reading

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Half-Way Through the Fellowship

Time flies like an arrow. We are approaching the half-way mark of my summer fellowship. My project at Tech Corps is entering the production phase. My first “product” – Tech Corps Brand Identity Manual came out last week, and next … Continue reading

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Another Op’nin’, Another Show

Like an actor preparing for dress rehearsal, the start of a new position makes you wonder if all of the pieces you know exist will come together? I am a PhD student in Arts Policy and Administration at The Ohio … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Ten Weeks at ADD

As the last weeks have slid by, I have realized how far I’ve really come in this internship. My project for ADD (the Association for the Developmentally Disabled) has been to lay the foundation for the production of a short … Continue reading

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An Entire City of Employees

Margaret Mead said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” I have seen and heard this phrase numerous times, but for the first time … Continue reading

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A World of Many Hats

As I start week number four, I can’t help but look back and wonder where all the time has gone! I already feel so integrated into the office, that it seems like I’ve been here for at least a few … Continue reading

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My First Four Weeks at the ALS Association

The Columbus Foundation Summer Fellowship program has been a great experience from day one!  This summer I am working at the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Association Central & Southern Ohio Chapter where the staff and volunteers have welcomed me with … Continue reading

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A Change Will Do You Good

The life of a graduate student can be described as follows: drink coffee, read absurdly long book, drink more coffee, attend class, sleep when possible; lather, rinse, repeat. Confined to quiet corners of the library and coffee houses for the … Continue reading

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Never a Dull Moment!

Hi, everyone! We just completed week one of summer camps at the Phoenix Theatre for Children. This week, we worked with a group of 6-8 year olds and a group of 9-13 year olds at camps titled, “Scenes from the … Continue reading

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