Board Application and Testimonials

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Participating organizations and students benefit from the Board Fellows Program. Students expand their educational landscape by gaining valuable experience in the nonprofit sector. In addition, organizations are able to develop young talent for the future while benefiting from the contributions students can make to the board. If you would like to become a participating board, please submit your completed Board Application to Lori Serpico (

“Lauren Sabo became an integral part of the CASA Board through her participation in the Moritz Board Fellows Program. Lauren went above mirandaand beyond the expectation of a Board Fellow by volunteering to support CASA’s mission through her service as a guardian ad litem, by providing training for other CASA guardian ad litems and by assisting with fundraising efforts. The CASA Board recognized Lauren’s value and has voted to add Lauren as an official voting Board member following Lauren’s graduation from Moritz.”

Miranda Morgan, Board Member, Court Appointed Special Advocates of Franklin County


sandra“Participating in this program provided Resident Resources Network an opportunity to gain input from a younger voice, whose experiences were totally different from the average board member. On various projects and discussion, Joe Barton’s perspective added meaningful value. We’re hopeful Joe found the experience valuable, too. He was able to experience how a board operates and the organizational decision making process for a nonprofit.”

Sandra Moody Gresham, Board Chair, Resident Resources Network



Interested students and contacts for potential nonprofit boards should contact: Lori Serpico, Career Advisor, Moritz College of Law Career Development:, 614-292-8814