Tag Archives: Nonprofit internship

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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Following the Fellows

This week, the 2011 class of The Columbus Foundation Summer Fellows began their work at 11 nonprofit organizations here in Columbus! Preparations that began in the fall of 2010 culminated with their orientation on Monday, June 13 here at the … 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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