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


The Second Texas Convening

Second Texas Convening The missions and projects of the Amarillo Area Foundation are not limited to the city of Amarillo. The organization addresses needs across the Panhandle Region and in

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The Ace Scholarship prgram

The Ace Scholarship Program During my time at the Amarillo Area Foundation, I have learned about a variety of different outreach programs and initiatives. Each of the programs I was

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Taking part in the community

     For our 10 hours of community service through the Ogallala Commons program, we took part in two programs that were offered through the city of Tulia.  One program

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2014, A Year in the making

My internship over the past year has taught such invaluable lessons.  I would never trade this past year for anything. I really developed my leadership skills and truly feel as

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Volunteering IN 2014

Volunteering is not always delivered in the exact package as expected. It does not always mean working at a homeless shelter or at a nursing home. It can be as

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Many opportunities this fall!

Hello! This is my third internship with the Ogallala Commons, so I’ll keep my introduction short. My name is Dayna Larreau, and I’m currently a senior at the University of

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harvesting ceremony – the water problem

The Water Problem: What Makes the Difference? Ogallala Aquifer Image The Ogallala Aquifer is the largest aquifer in North America. It covers 174,000 square miles through Texas, New Mexico,

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Santa Ana Pueblo: NB3F Home Base

I have written a couple community common wealth blogs about my hometown and university communities however, I have not written one about the Santa Ana Pueblo.  Santa Ana Pueblo is

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Final thoughts

I am thankful for the opportunity to be affiliated with Ogallala Commons by way of Siempre Sustainable Seguin.  My internship was full of twists and turns, personal development, and growth

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