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


Blog 4: Community Service

During the internship time period, I did four different types of community service. The first one I am going to talk about was maintaining a cemetery. Near my house is

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Commonwealth Assets: My Community

After completing the “Explore Your Community” exercise, I learned quite a bit about some of the parts of my community that I didn’t think about before that much.  After looking

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Community Service

When I was told I needed to do ten hours of community service before the commencement of my internship, I was flooded with fear because I was not sure what

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Blog #3

In my community there is a huge variety of common wealth assets.  In my community the water cycle is a huge, asset for us. Basically our community evolves around the

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Blog 3: Commonwealth Assets

Learning about the Commonwealth Assets and the breakdown of the specific assets allowed me to take a step back and see my community from a new lens. It also allowed

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Blog one: Introduction

Hello, my name is Tesla Hernandez and I live in a small town called Ordway. I’ve lived here for most of my life with my dad, brother and grandparents.  Their isn’t much to

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Community Project

When people hear the words, community service, they think you did something wrong, or they think you are being forced in some way to do the hours. However, they are

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What’s Happening?

With a very busy summer schedule, I have had to have very flexible hours. My supervisor, Heather Cloward, has been very helpful in giving me an open schedule. Not only

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Plainview, Texas!

Hey!! I am super excited to tell you about the small town of Plainview, Texas that I have got to know over the past year and especially this summer!  Plainview,

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