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


What I Do

In the Lighthouse bookstore, I carry heavy boxes and books. I search for and mail products to customers. I restock books, pens, markers, art supplies, tapes, and highlighters. I check

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Blog #5

During this internship I learned many things. I am so grateful this is an opportunity I can have. The highlights of my internship would definitely be getting to know many

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Blog #4

I did my community service with Mrs. Self. Me and Amelia Mort both did ours together. We helped her bake and sell her famous sugar cookies. We also helped decorate

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Blog #3

There are twelve commonwealth assets and these are some of them that I noticed form my community. Health would be an asset and that would be our local hospital. Leisure

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Internship Experiences

In the last few months, I have had the opportunity to work with the Local Llano, local food shed initiative. I have been able to work with and meet some

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Community Service Project

Informative Seminar The local public library holds monthly programs/seminars about different topics given by different people in the community, in order to inform the local people. On the month of

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The End

My favorite part of my internship with Ogallala Commons was how much I learned about local foods and medicinal plants from my supervisor, Henrietta Gomez. I was introduced to new

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Last Blog

I think that there is a rhythm to things or at least there is a rhythm to my things; a sort of monotony. A creeping, insidious, silence veiled thinly over

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A Summer of Learning

During my internship, I was involved in two main projects: Organizing our storage room and painting the science lab, and preparing the school for the beginning of the school year.

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Remote Work.. kind of!

“your direction is more important than your speed” I am in my 6th week of working a remote internship with Agrilead, Inc in Russell, Kansas. While balancing my MBA courses,

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