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 #1- It’s Me Again

Once again I find myself in a wonderful opportunity with the internship program of Ogallala Commons. Let me tell you about myself (again). My name is Landry David Setliff. I

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Farm life

Hello everyone I am about to summarize the major projects in my internship and share my noteworthy experiences .  So one of the main priorities  at the Pueblo of Pojoaque  Agriculture Program was to

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Final Blog

This summer I successfully completed my third community internship with Ogallala Commons. I had the pleasure of working with the Covenant Healthcare system in Plainview, Texas. When I was trying

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My introduction

Hello my name is Jon Baros  I am 23 years old I am   from the Pueblo of Pojoaque located in Northern New Mexico . Im doing my internship for the

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Working inside the Dome

Making a Difference

At the Famers Market there are many farmers, obviously, so deciding where to volunteer was a difficult decision. However, I knew that I wanted to volunteer somewhere that would benefit

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Last but not least

This internship has been a great experience for me, from the orientation to the last days of my service work, I was able to learn a lot. I hope everyone

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Volunteer Service

For my community service this year, I decided to do something different. I knew there were many volunteer opportunities at the hospital so I asked my supervisor if she had

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Community Service

Giving back to your community is something that everyone should do on a regular bases. Growing up in a small town, your community is always supporting you no matter what

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And On I Go

This summer internship really set a new bar for me. As I worked along-side my preceptors, I realized one very important thing; I lack confidence in my skill. I had

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