Summer leaves

Like many nonprofits, the Workshop was built on the backs of hard-working and passionate interns. Today we bid a bittersweet farewell to two such people: Hank Strickler and Grace Wellin.

Grace Wellin (left) & Hank Strickler (right) - the Workshop's Spring / Summer 2012 interns!

THANK YOU, Hank & Grace for your time and your service. Your tireless work updating the media guide this summer has been such a tremendous help! Also, we could not have pulled off the Studs Terkel Community Media Awards or Making Media Connections this year without you! We’re so glad we had you! Thank you so much, again, & best wishes on all your future endeavors!

Look for the fruits of our interns’ labor this October when the 2013 edition of the Getting on Air, Online & Into Print media guide returns from the printers. Don’t miss it! Make sure you order your copy today!

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