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 Adventure’s End

Before my internship with Ogallala Commons, I would have passed through a town like Nazareth without much thought other than perhaps, “How do people live here? It’s so small –

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Beginning Again

I am beginning my second internship with Ogallala Commons and the High Plains Food Co-op. I am excited about what we were able to accomplish during my last internship and

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Final Final Blog

Finishing my internship, I will be working full time with First Nations Development Institute. So far I had been working with coordinating events for our LEAD conference and also helping

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Community Service Part II

For my community service during my second internship I chose to work with habitat for humanity again. The reason I chose them is because since the first time that I

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A Day to Remember

The days, nights, and Months working with the people, the organizations, and projects has been truly amazing. Throughout this entire internship i have made new discoveries about my culture, the

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Lending A Hand

For my community service project i focused on helping the elderly and disabled. The ways that we were brought up was to always help one another out that we are

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More Common Wealth in Denver

Now that fall is here, there are even more assets of common wealth in the Denver area. There is now more leisure and recreation available such as corn mazes, haunted

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My Second First Experiences

With my first internship I started working a lot on the 2015 LEAD anniversary conference. Much of what I was doing was working on registration for the conference and also

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More Hands in the Soil

Nde Farms is such a unique opportunity. I talk about it all the time—this is a Utopia of farming conditions. Though the growing season is short, the soil is rich

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