The first outreach project Latino Carnival can be explored in its own blog post: latino-carnival The Second outreach project Reading with a Ranger (2) took place at the Huntingburg Public Library and Dale Public Library. I emailed both libraries youth directors, both of them agreed to my proposal. I proposed...

Hello everyone! To be honest with you guys I really had to think about what to talk for this one. I mean what else could I talk about? And I figured you know what? Let's talk about DC! This is my first time traveling without...

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...

Hello everyone, I’m not sure if it’s just me, but this internship definitely went by quicker than I expected. I can’t believe it’s already that time where we’re getting ready for our presentations in DC. To recap this chapter of my life as an LHIP,...

Hello everyone, I hope my fellow interns are doing well with their projects. This blog is going to be about my favorite part of the internship so far. I don’t think I can exactly choose one, but I want to say that I really enjoy...

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,...

Throughout my weeks here at Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, I've met so many wonderful co-workers and visitors. If I have to choose one individual that inspires me it would be Farmer Anthony. Farmer Anthony is a park ranger that takes on the role of educating...

Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, a park that had originally been a memorial for Nancy Hanks Lincoln, is now also standing to commemorate Lincoln’s youth and the 14 years that he spent here in Indiana. For this blog, I will talk about the things I learned...

My projects here at Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial is to reach out to the Latino community in the neighboring towns and find ways to bring them to the park. As part of that project, I’ve been working on translating the Junior Ranger Book for kids...

Hello everyone! My projects at Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial include contacting the neighbouring cities surrounding Lincoln Boyhood and attending events happening in those cities. For example, my first project (which is the biggest) is happening in Dale, Indiana and it is a Latino Carnival on June...

For my first week at Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, we walked a lot around the trails and went around looking at the cabins and farm animals that the park has. We shadowed the other workers here as well when they were giving the school children...

Good Afternoon. My name is Jaegar Loran. I'm originally from Fort Wayne, Indiana and have moved to my site at Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. I was able to shadow the park rangers everyday for the first week in order to find out how the park...