After many months of preparation, uncertainty, and filling out various forms and documents, I have finally arrived at the park I will be working at during the summer: Fort Raleigh National Historic Site. Fort Raleigh has three main stories that took place mostly on park...

Skagway had a lot of events lined up for July 4th. One of the most exciting ones I was a part of was the Rubber Ducky Race down Pullman Creek. For over a month, Skagway had been promoting this ducky race throughout the entire town....

Just as quickly as the Klondike Gold Rush was over, so too was my internship. The time seemed to fly by far too quickly for my liking, and soon I had to say goodbye to all the amazing friends I had made in Skagway. This summer...

In 1999, the Dunning-Kruger effect was coined by psychologists David Dunning and Justin Kruger. In essence, ignorance begets confidence. At the beginning of my research regarding Coastal Geomorphology, my path was clear and straight-forward. I had all I needed to know and with a little bit...

Hi everyone! My time at Rocky Mountain National Park has officially come to an end. *cue the sad violin and single tear drop* An 11-week internship sounds like a long time in theory, but it went by so so fast! Every week I would do 5 Art...

Hello reader, We are over the halfway mark of my internship with the Latino Heritage Internship Program. I wanted to discuss a trip I was looking forward to during my time here. I committed to a backcountry trip to Bering Land Bridge National Preserve. The office...

My Summer at Pullman is coming to a close, and all I want to say is thank you to the incredible community that exists here. Without the community’s efforts to maintain and preserve the history of this location I would not have known how important...

Summer is almost over! The internship season for sure is. I have been introduced to a new environment with its own set of people and places. Coming from a city to rural Arizona was not a difficult transition because of the people I have had around...

As the summer comes to an end and I close the door on my internship with the WASO Office of Communications, I find myself deeply reflective about the experience I've had through LHIP and the NPS. This journey has been nothing short of eye-opening and...

Throughout my time here at Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, I have gained many different experiences that will prepare and propel me forward. All the outreach projects I have accomplished has given me new insight for working with the community and finding my own means of...

Throughout the internship my favourite part has been my main project which was the Latino Carnival. There were many steps I took in order for Lincoln Boyhood to attend the event: Going out to dinner with the Carnival directors. The dinner included myself, carnival directors,...

Dear reader, I'm glad you haven't gotten bored of my blogs yet. So far, I've made it half way through my internship in Biscayne National Park. I feel incredibly blessed to be experiencing first hand the wonders of working as marine biologist do.As opposed to going on...

This year, I contributed to Latino Conservation Week by writing an article for InsideNPS, a resource site on Sharepoint specifically designed for NPS employees. InsideNPS provides various resources, including news articles, upcoming events, uniform guides, and contact information. As an intern working under Suki, the...