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
Commonwealth within Phillips County
As my internship is with two different businesses, I have had numerous opportunities to explore different aspects of my community. This included interacting with different
We’re Here, Now What?
Hey, everyone! So it’s been a few weeks since I began my internship with Amarillo Area Foundation and I’ve got to say that I’m thoroughly
Summary of Experience
As my internship comes to a close, I am proud to look back on the time I have spent and the impact I have had
Dodge City: Where the Old West Meets Latin American Culture.
I have lived in Dodge City, Kansas, my entire life. Before doing the mapping exercise, I thought I had known just about everything there is
People always say they know their home town so well: unfortunately, there can be a lot of things you don’t even notice until you have
My community service work was done through my local parish. I volunteered in three ways. I helped at the good Samaritan house in downtown Denver,
Hello, my name is Delores Maldonado this is my second internship with Ogallala Commons. My background in is photography and art. This summer I will
Growing up in the town of Tulia for the majority of my life I had a few reoccurring ideas and themes of the events and
Blog #3 In my community the big commonwealth assets that I observed play a key role in the community are education, health, and spirituality.
When people here the name of my home town, they give me a funny look; the word itself is a bit odd, Muleshoe. People
Blog Post #3
When looking around La Junta for the different commonwealth assets, you notice that not only does La Junta have these trends and traits, but most
Commonwealth Assets I have been fortunate to gain experience in a different town than my own home town this summer. Not just any town,