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 name is Christina Jackson, but I go by my middle name, Quinn. I was born and raised in the little town of Lockney, Texas. I have two siblings, an

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Hi, My Name Is…

…Britt Snipes. I am currently a 19 year old junior at West Texas A&M University. I’m a double major; Advertising/Public Relations and Electronic Media. Don’t ask my what I want

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New Intern

I don’t have 2 pictures but this is one image with 2 in it.  My intern badge with my picture. Hi, My name is Sandi Missildine. I am a Senior

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I volunteered in my community through the League of Women Voters of Amarillo. The League is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in

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Split Time

For my last two internships I completed my community service hours at the Red Willow Farm at Taos Pueblo. I also used some of my hours at the Taos Day

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TCEDC Community

When I last wrote about the common wealth in my community, I wrote about my community of Taos. This time around I will be focusing on a slightly smaller community,

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Farm Stand/Food Tech

]Oh my only a few days into the apprenticeship and there is so much to do! So far I’ve been working on the market, specifically trying to get a greater

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blog #5

I am so grateful for this internship with Ogallala Commons. This internship in Nazareth has pushed me out of my shell, and I have done and learned many things. I

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The main part of my second internship is to conduct the first ever Ogallala Commons Community Intern/ Apprenticeship Program Evaluation. We have been reaching out to all past interns and

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Connecting with Alumni: April News

This month, Ogallala Commons has taken a little time for reflection with some of our outstanding intern and apprentice alumni. Building and maintaining these relationships with our alumni (and our

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