Tag Archives: Philanthropy

Summer is “jazz”-ing up!

I feel such deja-vu because every week when I sit down to write my post, I feel as though I always begin with explaining how fast another week has rushed by. And this week was no different. Monday began with … Continue reading

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Snooping, Snapping, and Cynicism

Michelle and I stood alone in a sunny, open alley surrounded by a cartel of cats, a V.F.W. post, an auto shop, and an overgrown field. Overhead were power lines and a blue sky strewn with white paint strokes as she spoke … Continue reading

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NCALP Summer Institutes

Things are getting a little crazy here at the National Center for Law and Adoption Policy (NCALP) as we prepare for the Center’s Summer Institutes. Every July and August, NCALP and Capital University Law School host two law school courses … Continue reading

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Central Ohio Green Schools Initiative-On the Move!

Hello! This post is a little late-the past few days have been busy busy! Its official! We have three schools that have confirmed to attend the first meeting of the Central Ohio Green Schools Initiative in September!! These special three … Continue reading

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Coming back home.

Hello again Fellows and friends, The weeks seem to be flying by here at the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC), and as I am coming into the second half of my fellowship I have taken some time to reflect upon … Continue reading

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“Getting to Know You”

Although it is week four for many of the other fellows, due to a brief honeymoon hiatus, this is week three for me. Oddly enough, I spent most of my time in Athens (the real one in Greece, not the … Continue reading

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Changes at Green Columbus!

As my second week at Green Columbus wraps up, there is so much to report! Perhaps most significantly, my project has completely changed! Our initial plan to design and implement a supplemental environmental education program for local elementary schools has been totally scraped-after … Continue reading

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