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


Ogallala Commons: Year End News

OC Board & Advisers Meet Meet Up North Over a month ago (October 29-30), Ogallala Commons Board of Directors and Advisory Council held their semi-annual meeting in Atwood, Kansas.  Several

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Taking a Look Back at 8 Years of Work

In order to assess whether the Community Internship & Apprenticeship Program was achieving its main objectives, Ogallala Commons has just completed an evaluation covering the years from 2007-2014.  The evaluation

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Quitaque Continued…

Mitakuyapi, Well, through my experience at Comanchero Canyons, I must confess that I have been quite impressed by the drive of the local people of the Quitaque are in preserving their history. As

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New Intern Alert!

“Hello… it’s me.” Just kidding, we’ve never met! My name is Jaime Pace. I’m originally from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, but I recently moved from a small town in South Korea, to

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Community Outreach

Ogallala Commons encourages each intern to complete at least ten hours of community service each semester. As a Lubbock local, I have always been encouraged by family, friends and private

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West Texas Wealthy

If every community, town, or city were a wheel, there would be twelve essential spokes to help it to turn. I have focused on highlighting an area encompassing the panhandle

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Blog 1…”Kitty-Kway”

Hello All! My name is Brian Gendron, and I am interning at the new “Comanchero Canyons” museum in Quitaque, TX through Ogalla Commons. I am a graduate student at Texas

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First Steps into Inbound Marketing

AFTER STARTING OUT Primitive Social has been an invaluable experience for me thus far. The first thing anyone learns at Primitive Social is the definition of INBOUND MARKETING, an online

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About the Intern: Lauren Canale

My name is Lauren Canale, affectionately known by my friends as “Lolee”. I’m originally from Lubbock, Texas, on the Llano Estacado which explains the crazy amount of eagerness I have

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Engaging Rural Youth: October News

An Interview with Bobby Gierisch, OC Board President OC Board President, Bobby Gierisch, has always been rural at heart. After growing up in a small Texas town, Bobby earned undergraduate

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