Profit to Non-Profit: New Experiences for Corporate Communications Intern

Lauren Wisnor interned with the Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition during her spring semester of college. Now, with her internship completed, Lauren shares what brought her to the Ohio & Erie Canalway and what she has learned during her time here. In November of 2016, my senior year at Walsh University, I had an epiphany. … Continue reading Profit to Non-Profit: New Experiences for Corporate Communications Intern

Favorite Spots, Fundraising and Falls: Century Rider Spotlight on Robin Barnby

The Huntington Towpath Century Ride, June 10-11, 2017, is a fully-supported 101-mile bicycle ride on the historic Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail that celebrates the trail and promotes development of the regional trail system. Now in its eighth year, the Century Ride raises more than $140,000 annually for continued development of the Towpath Trail, connector trails, and community … Continue reading Favorite Spots, Fundraising and Falls: Century Rider Spotlight on Robin Barnby

Discovering history at the Richard Howe House

Written by: George Ebey, Grants & Strategic Initiatives Coordinator The Richard Howe House offers a prime location for visitors who are looking to discover more about the history of the Ohio & Erie Canalway system in Northeast Ohio. In particular, students from many local grade schools have made it a destination to learn about this … Continue reading Discovering history at the Richard Howe House

Preparing for a Career: Interning at the Ohio & Erie Canalway

Sara Hart is a current part-time intern at the Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition. We asked her to share her experience so far. If you are interested in becoming a future intern, please visit our website. Summer of 2016 was winding down, my senior class schedule was nearly finalized, and I was determined to gain … Continue reading Preparing for a Career: Interning at the Ohio & Erie Canalway