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


Teatro Summer Art Camp

The first two weeks of my internship were a success! Teatro De Artes is a non-profit organization that helps promote Mexican heritage by teaching and practicing traditional art forms. I was

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Assets in a Small Town

Tulia, Texas is known by others for many different things, but for me and the rest of my small community, Tulia is just known as home. In 1887, a post

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First few Days!

My internship this summer will be brought to life at Covenant Hospital Plainview. I am super excited to be working in Plainview! First of all because I am now one

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So Me, So Far, So Better

Hey everybody! As you all know I am Kylie Franklin from Baca County and this is my first summer interning for Ogallala Commons. Just like almost every other intern, I

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Commonwealth Assets

I believe for every community to be successful, it must have the twelve commonwealth assets. Some of the assets that stand out to me are education, health, and history. Education

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My first Experiences

  This summer I will have the privilege to intern for the summer lunch program, the daycare, and  meals on wheels delivery. As of right now I have started working

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Hays, Kansas Commonwealth

Hays Kansas was incorporated in 1885, and is very rich in German heritage. I have lived in Hays for nearly a year, and have really enjoyed it. It’s a town

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This summer I found myself in more than one “community”, I traveled back and forth from Lubbock, Texas (home) and Hart, Texas (home-town). When preparing for this blog I searched

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My first couple of weeks.

When I first started my internship I didn’t know exactly what I’d be doing or if I would be able to do it, since I was injured before summer started.

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