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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Blog 4: Community Service

As a part of the Ogallala Commons Internship each intern is required to complete 10 hours of community service in addition to their total working hours. Due to my internship

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The Final Outcome

It is crazy how time works. It seems so long ago when I started my Ogallala Commons internship with the Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District, but as I begin

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Blog 3

I have learned that in order for a community to be successful it must have the twelve commonwealth assets. These assets can help a community grow and evolve weather it’s

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Welcome to the Market

Starting with my internship at a market that I have worked at for so long was like learning to walk again. I was used to dealing out money, counting it

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Blog 4

This summer I have done a couple of different things to help make up my community service hours. one thing I did was I helped mow the yard at our

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Commonwealth assets I see

    When it comes down to Kyle and other Oglala communities, spirituality, culture, and nature all go hand in hand. We believe we are from the earth so it is

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Blog 4

          For my community service, I chose two different projects, Meals on Wheels and Swisher County Operation Conversation. Swisher County Operation Conversation was a big project held once a year for

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Blog 1

Hi! I’m Sophie Russell and I will be a senior at Swink High School this upcoming school year. I have lived in La Junta my whole life on my family’s

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Checking in

    My internship so far has been a lot like work in the past summers in that it consists of a lot of outdoor labor in gardens, and driving to

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