After a month or two of gathering information for my project it is FINALLY complete and I could not be more happy! I spent countless hours, working in computer labs during and outside of my internship time. With the help of a fellow intern I learned how to use Adobe Indesign, which is very similar to Photoshop. She helped me understand the basics and set up the layout, but the rest I figured out on my own. I found that I came upon minor errors throughout the process of making the project, which I corrected to make it look more professional. Since competition of the project, I am very impressed with how much I learned and I can not wait to show off my hard work to future employees and colleagues. It will be uploaded to on Howdy Farms' and my personal website (under portfolio), as well as printed for our customers at our farmers market. This will be easy for our consumers to access knowledge about the produce they might purchase.
I am excited to get back to the farm, learn more plant knowledge and get my hands dirty. I also would not mind doing another project similar to this one if I have time, because I believe this was very beneficial for my major. It expanded my knowledge on plants, and other software I have never used.
I’m a Nutrition major from Texas A&M, graduating in December. I’m a spunky, fun, and bubbly gal who spontaneously try’s new things. Throughout my college career I was involved in: starting up a fitness club, interned for a Nationally recognized Registered Dietitian, a Congressman in D.C., and now a local farm. I also currently make food for our Astronauts, and have joined the Texas A&M Sports Car, Water Skiing, and Polo clubs just to name a few.