Our community. Our opportunities.
Date: Friday, June 19
Time: 10 a.m. - Noon
This is your chance to become part of the Nationwide Children’s team! Come speak with departments throughout the hospital about career opportunities. View all current job openings here.
On Dec. 22, Community Relations teamed up with Stowe Baptist Center to serve holiday lunch to individuals in need. Located on the Southside, the center prepares lunch daily and provides over 128,000 meals annually. To find out more about the services at Stowe Baptist Center, please check out their website.
On Dec. 21, Ganthers Place set-up shop with new and used clothes, books, games, toys and household items. Shoppers were individuals who volunteered in the Ganthers Place community for at least an hour in 2014. Volunteer opportunities ranged from donating materials to participating in service-oriented events. For more information about Ganthers Place and upcoming 2015 events, please visit their website.
On Dec. 17, Nationwide Children’s partnered with Neighborhood Pride for their holiday party and talent show at the King Arts Complex. The event included middle school students from area schools showcasing their talent for the evening. Over 300 students from South Linden, Linden McKinley High, Starling Elementary, Windsor Elementary and Fairwood Elementary participated in the night’s festivities. Nationwide Children’s Hospital has been a proud partner for many years and looks forward to supporting the holiday program in the years to come.
On Dec. 14, Nationwide Children’s partnered with the DRIVEN Foundation for their holiday food outreach event at Moler Elementary. The foundation gave away 100,000 pounds of food to Central Ohio Families. For more information on the DRIVEN Foundation, please visit their website.