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
For my internship, I am working at my small town’s school campus. Even though there are only 196 total students enrolled, there is much to
Blog 4: Community Service
One of the requirements for the Ogallala Commons internship program was to complete 10 hours of community service. One of the biggest challenges for me
Hello Everyone! I am back with my second blog with an update to what I have been doing for the first part of my internship!
My name is Daniel Colunga, and I missed getting my first blog posted because I was enjoying an all expense paid trip to Washington D.C.
During my time of interning for Swisher County AgriLife Extension Office, I have learned that there is an abundance of commonwealth throughout the community. The
Hitting the Ground Running
I’m Maura Smith and I am an upcoming senior at Wiley High School, which is located in southeastern Colorado. I have always been passionate about
What am I up to?
Currently in my internship I am learning how to check wells, collect water samples, among many other jobs for the Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy
Paint, Storage, and Film Reels
Currently in my internship, I am organizing the storage room of my school. It has been piling up since it became the storage room eight
This is my second time completing the CommonWealth Assets Mapping Exercise in my community. Before I did my second attempt at mapping, I listened to
Blog 3: Commonwealth in Custer County, Nebraska
Education- There are six public school districts in Custer County. Five of those districts have one Kindergarten- 12th-grade building. The sixth district has different buildings
What is going Down
Good day, Ladies and gentlemen, a quick update on my internship. Its definitely going a little rough at the moment. I have been tasked with
I’m Cooper Bye, and I’m currently an intern for Ogallala Commons. The first week of my internship I assisted Ms. Fowler at Kress Elementary with