An internship with Carol Parrish does not possess a worker bee and boss dynamic. Working with Carol for the Warren County History Museum is a duty that is completed head on and side-by-side. Carol teaches her interns the meaning of accountability, professionalism, and people skills. An internship with Carol does not mean simply hiding behind a desk and sending emails- it means writing letters, making appearances, conducting interviews, and partaking in primary and secondary research in places off campus and in the community. Through providing internships for students and youth in general, Carol teaches the importance of members in the community and the value of their input and their life stories.
This a photo of Carol Parrish and one of her interns, Zoe Sutton.