Amy Johnson to lead diversity workshop at Marymount College
The assistant professor of history will lead the workshop for interns participating in the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty summer internship program.
Amy M. Johnson, assistant professor of history and program coordinator for poverty and social justice minor, will lead a diversity workshop June 5-6 at Marymount College for interns participating in the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty summer internship program.
The consortium is composed of more than 20 universities and colleges in the United States and the 2015 Frueauff Opening Conference for Shepherd Interns will train approximately 90 interns. The workshop is designed to help the intern confront their various biases and provide practical tools for effectively working in diverse and under-privileged communities during the eight-week internship. Five Elon student—Citlaly Mora, Ruth Robinson, Laurn Scott, Briana Balady and Christopher Stella (Law School)—will serve as SHECP interns this summer.