The Potomac Review is still wind blown from a great weekend in Chicago. The Windy City hosted the Community College Humanities Association’s national conference on October 29-31, 2009. Montgomery College Humanities Dean Carolyn Terry and I presented a panel called “A Unique Service Learning Opportunity: Community Internships.”
Of course, I spoke about the Potomac Review’s stalwart interns and the meaningful work they do for the journal and our readers. Our interns play important roles–they do everything from sorting submissions to hosting local reading events–and it goes without saying that the PR would not be as successful without them. It was a pleasure to present to CCHA how integral interns are to our success. Maybe next year, we can take some interns with us!