Emily Collins

Content Strategist in Portland, ME

Location icon United States of America

Based in Portland, ME but willing to telecommute, I provide small businesses and nonprofits with the tools they need to garner success and achieve their goals. I believe that small businesses are the heart of industry and have the power to strengthen local communities in this loud and busy world.

To help your company or organization succeed I provide social media marketing, engaging copy, blog writing, grant writing, and membership marketing plans.

Email [email protected]

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Iberkshires
07/31/2017
Berkshires Beat

Wild women: The Abode of the Message, an Eco-Sufi Village in New Lebanon, N.Y., will host the fourth annual Wild Woman Fest atop the Abode Mountain Camp. This year's festival is divided into two sessions: Waxing, from Aug. 2-6, and Waning, from Aug. 9-13, united by its theme, the Mystic Moon. Both sessions invite women from all over the world to gather for five days and four nights of dance, yoga, meditation, experiential workshops, bonfires, and more.

Communitywordproject
Community-Word Project

In my experience, lesson planning follows a similar paradigm. I can't predict what a lesson plan will become as it exists in its early stages. Because these stages are so open, finding an objective can be intimidating. If you're anything like me, it may also lead to anxiety.

Communitywordproject
Community-Word Project

"Through TATIP I have been given the opportunity to merge my love of writing and literature with other disciplines. My internship at PS 676 was my first experience in the classroom, and my mentors Jashua and Adia made it an enjoyable transition. I worked with 5th graders and got to teach them poetry and dance.

Communitywordproject
Community-Word Project

Although I've reached the halfway mark of my residency, each day I spend at PS676 in Red Hook continues to feel just as new and experimental as it did the day I began my training. The students are bright and unpredictable, the perfect brew for insightful lesson planning.

Theabode
Abode Village View - Week of 5/15

Dear Friends, From lilacs and daffodils to new volunteers and programming, the month of May continues to bring renewal to the Abode. This month our programs season brought us a variety of eco-spiritual and interfaith teachings rooted in the Inayati lineage.

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Abode Village View, Monthly Update - May. 2017

April was an amazingly packed month here at the Abode, starting with the Unity of Religious Ideals week and ending with the Wisdom of the Prophets: Sufism & Judaism weekend. Our Abode Passover Seder this year was a joyous, meaningful event attended by forty-five people.

The Curator
10/11/2016
Shirley Jackson and the Ordinariness of Evil

In the classic supernatural thriller The Haunting of Hill House, Shirley Jackson writes, "'Don't do it,' Eleanor told the little girl; 'insist on your cup of stars; once they have trapped you into being like everyone else you will never see your cup of stars again.

Communitywordproject
Community-Word Project

"Through TATIP I have been given the opportunity to merge my love of writing and literature with other disciplines. My internship at PS 676 was my first experience in the classroom, and my mentors Jashua and Adia made it an enjoyable transition. I worked with 5th graders and got to teach them poetry and dance.

The Curator
01/18/2016
The Empathy of Gina Berriault

Outside an old hotel in the Swiss Alps, an elderly writer fearing the end of his literary career watches two figures climb the steepest side of a distant mountain. Miles away, the climbers are visible as blackened specks against a glorious sheet of snow.