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

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First Experiences

There are four components to my internship with Ogallala Commons (1) Research: I work to find definitive resources I can that give any connective information about the Ogallala Aquifer. I

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first expirience

So far my Ogallala experience has been very interesting. My internship consisted of me translating a handbook, which at first I wasn’t sure if it could be done but with

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intRODUCTION

I apologize for the delay of my first blog post. I first created this weeks ago, but when putting in my time sheet today I noticed that it in fact

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first experiences

Hello everyone, I am having a great time with my internship. So far I have been working on the community garden and videos for the community which will be my

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Turning the Tide

Along the Rio Grande. Most days since I have started this internship I come in and get right to working on the tasks that have been assigned to me.  I

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Looking for progress

For the last couple of weeks I’ve basically done many things research, writing questions for interviews, and planning a talent show. I’m having fun, I’m learning things, and I’m being

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Introduction

My name is Morgan Eggleston. I currently live ten miles north of Arnold Nebraska on a small cattle ranch. I was born in North Platte Nebraska and I lived there

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First experiences with ogallAla commons

Our 2014 Ogallala Commons Community apprenticeship offers work experience in local food production, the development of a farmers market and a CSA in Tulia, Texas, building of partnerships with other vegetable producers,

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introduction

Hi, my name is Jessica. I’m 17 and I just graduated from Plainview High School last May. In High School i was the secretary of our DECA group, and President

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