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


This is Me!

Hello, I am Lindsay Warning. I am 18 years old and I grew up in a small Nebraska town called Holdrege. I am the older sister of two little siblings,

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Much ado about Ellen.

My name is Ellen Chappell, though I have many nicknames that I respond to amongst many different people in many different social groups. I’ve found as of late that I

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Chapter 2

     Welcome back to my internship blog. This blog is the start of my new internship and apprenticeship at Primitive Social, a local inbound marketing firm, through Ogallala Commons,

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Commonwealth Assets: Lubbock, TX

Lubbock Texas is rich with commonwealth resources. I will discuss three assets and examples of each from within my community. Lubbock is overflowing with arts and culture. There is the over-arching

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Concluding Chapter 1

I found writing this last blog for my internship last semester one of the hardest projects I have been assigned. It was so difficult because I am not saying goodbye.

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The Humanity of a Co-op

The greatest asset of the High Plains is the amazing people that make the co-op and everything it is able to do possible. I am always amazed by how capable,

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The Sustainability Summit

The Mayor of Denver Michael B. Hancock has made the sustainability of the city a priority for the City of Denver. As part of that priority the mayor created the

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Bigger and Better

This summer and fall has passed by in a whirlwind. The projects that began last year and during the winter are now in full implementation. The senior center bundle program

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Community Service Fun!

I had a wonderful time volunteering at Texas Tech’s International Cultural Center. There is an office there dedicated to creating educational programs and community outreaches for the community.   Due to

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