Kaylene Wright
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  • Willcox, AZ
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Day 31 - One Month Reflection

Wednesday, October 25Today's the day -- I have officially been working in Southeast Arizona for one month. I'd like to share some thoughts, accomplishments, and goals.Thoughts:Wow. I live in an unbelievably amazing place. Not only am I amazed simply by Chiricahua National Monument itself, I am amazed at the amount of things there are to do here. It's easy to think that since I live in the middle of nowhere in a desert I will get bored, but it couldn't be further from the truth. There are so…See More
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CA, HI, & Southwest

Welcome! I am SCA's  CA, HI, & Southwest Recruiter. I'd love to connect with any students that fall within my region or are interested in opportunities within these states!   So do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions, would like assistance with the application, and etc. Also if you are an alum of SCA and you are interested in assisting with recruiting efforts at your school please contact me for more information. Post any questions below to find out how you can get invovled…See More
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Profile Information

Which Describes You Best?
Currently in the field or about to go to field
SCA Program Type
Internship
Program Year
2017-2018
Program Name
Internship
State Where you serve(d)
Arizona
School
Hood College '17
If employed, who is your employer?
Chiricahua National Monument
If a partner or agency, organization name
National Park Service
Position
Interpretation and Environmental Education Intern

Kaylene Wright's Blog

***BLOG LOCATION CHANGING***

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Hello! My blog will be changing locations. From now on, feel free to find my posts at:

http://seazintern.wordpress.com

Thanks!

Day 31 - One Month Reflection

Posted on October 30, 2017 at 2:01pm 0 Comments

Wednesday, October 25

Today's the day -- I have officially been working in Southeast Arizona for one month. I'd like to share some thoughts, accomplishments, and goals.

Thoughts:

  • Wow. I live in an unbelievably amazing place. Not only am I amazed simply by Chiricahua National Monument itself, I am amazed at the amount of things there are to do here. It's easy to think that…
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Day 30 - Tangibles, Intangibles, Universals, Oh My!

Posted on October 25, 2017 at 12:28pm 0 Comments

Tuesday, October 24

I have officially been in Southeast Arizona for one month. For tomorrow's entry, I will write a month reflection!

Today was spent in the VC completing my "Foundations of Interpretation" course. The main idea of interpretation is to connect the physical resources of a site to the emotions and values of the visitor. It answers the question, "Why should I care?" It seeks to get the deeper, human meaning of these resources. This involves using tangibles,…

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Day 29 - Studies

Posted on October 24, 2017 at 1:21pm 0 Comments

Monday, October 23

Today was pretty simple. Most of the day I spent doing my courses. I finished "History of the NPS" and started on "Foundations of Interpretation." Did you know that presidents are forbidden from creating national monuments in Wyoming or Alaska without congress? Did you know that every national park site designation - park, historic park, historic site, memorial, military park, battlefield, scenic river, etc. - is treated with equal importance? I kept some notes and…

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