Intern Archive Post's

Wrapping Up and Moving Forward

This year, I was working with Ogallala Commons as an intern to translate promotional materials into Spanish. With my first and second internships, I had practice working in Spanish as



My first experiences as an intern I worked at Tulia Junior high. I not only worked at the Junior high but at the High school and elementary school as well.

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Beef Capital of the World

Hereford obviously has a large farming and ranching community, but we are also growing in terms of other commonealth assets. I believe that Hereford is pretty well rounded and offers

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Small Town, America

I’ve been to Plainview, Texas probably a million times, driven all around town and done about all there is to do there. However, I’ve never really slowed down and thought

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Commonwealth Assets

There are many different commonwealth assets in my community but a few that stick out to me in particular are health, spirituality, and education.  In my county, there is a

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My Community

Sandi Missildine My Community Commonwealth Map for Tucumcari NM Tucumcari Mountain Soil & Mineral Cycle Tucumcari consists of very deep, well drained, moderately slowly permeable soils that formed in moderately

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Pawnee County Perks

It is important that every community strive to achieve possession of the twelve key assets of Ogallala Commons’ Commonwealth. Each one is unique and is important to the welfare of

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Blog 2

My experience for the beggining of this internship have been beyond amazing. This experience has helped me to see different fields and other interest I might have as a career

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Welcome to Leoti

What is commonwealth? Until going to the Ogallala conference in Texas I had no clue what commonwealth even meant. Now I know that it is the building blocks of a

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A Summer to Remember….

I spent half of my time working on materials and the other half working with kids. I absolutely LOVED IT!!! Before working at the Turn Center, I was not sure

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