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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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Summary of Experience

The  partnership with Uniting Parents  included my proposed youth art program and assisting  with existing programs. Uniting Parents is an extension of The Coalition of Heath Services in Amarillo which 

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First Experiences

My OC  Community Internship is with Uniting Parents which is one of the program The Coalition of Heath Services offers. Uniting Parents is a parent case management program for families

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Commonwealth

Campo may be small but it offers many assets for the kids being raised in the small town. There’s a lot of history of what came to be the town

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Community Service

On June 16th, Enrique, Alex, and I brought a school trailer over to the American Legion building, and cleared it out. We parked around back, and were greeted by Kaye

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Commonwealth Blog

Though Vilas’ glory days have long since passed, it still holds some of the key assets that make up a commonwealth. And even if it is missing a few of

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Blog 5

This Internship has presented many task one was helping with the cemetery book, and building the new parish website. One of the first jobs I did was helping with the

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Common Wealth Assets in Rosebud

Shunka Wakan, is the Lakota name for horse, one the greatest assets that can be identified in my community.  The introduction of the horse to the Lakota people transformed them

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Commonwealth Assets

While being in Plainview, TX, for my internship for Todd Ag Consulting, I learned a lot about the community and the common wealth that is present inside the city as

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Internship at Todd Ag Consulting

During my internship at Todd Agriculture Consulting I did many projects. My projects consisted of scouting many types of crops such as cotton, corn, sorghum, black eye peas, millet, sunflowers,

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