CCCN Intern Highlight January 2022

Central Coast Childbirth Network (CCCN) is excited to welcome and introduce our third round of student interns this new year!


Learn more about the CCCN Intern program and Interns below.


What is the CCCN Student Internship?


The CCCN student internship program analyzes and communicates informative data, statistics, and infographics to promote the impact and need for professionals, care, and birth and wellness advocacy on the Central Coast. Additionally, we aim to present community and mission-driven resources and information through content creation.


The CCCN student intern groups consist of highly skilled individuals with various interests. Our interns communicate on project planning, interact with professionals and organizational leaders, collect and visualize information and directory. Additionally, this project is based on the skills and interests of each individual, including social media strategy, nonprofit fundamentals, business fundamentals, organizational structuring, planning and communications, and budgets.

 

Central Coast Childbirth Network Presents our Winter 2022 Interns:


Morgan Jamati


Cal Poly Slo

Majoring in Child Development

Minoring in Psychology


"I am so excited to continue interning at the CCCN this quarter and to keep educating myself about all things related to women’s health and childbirth education. I have grown so much since I started working with the CCCN which makes me hopeful that I can learn more. I have loved learning about patient advocacy and rights in the healthcare setting and I hope to take all of this knowledge with me into my future career as a nurse. I also want to thank Zabrina and Susannah for inspiring me and helping me with my future educational paths and career goals. I am from the East Bay Area (Danville, CA) and came to SLO in 2018. I love the area and am so sad to be leaving soon, but I am hopeful that I can return to the area often. I love spending time with my family and friends, exercising, volunteering, going to the beach and exploring. I am looking forward to working with the CCCN again this quarter!"


 

Alana Krull


Cal Poly Slo

Majoring in Child Development


"I can't wait to intern at CCCN this quarter and learn more about childbirth, women's health, and parenting during infancy. I am excited to apply what I have learned in classes related to neonatal and infancy care, family psychology, human development, and biology. I am originally from Danville, California and hope to move to San Diego next year to attend graduate school or work in the healthcare field. In my free time I enjoy going for long walks, surfing, hiking, camping, volunteering, reading, and playing pickle ball. I am looking forward to this opportunity to work with you all this quarter and all the learning and growth to come!"




Authored in collaboration with: Morgan Jamati, CCCN 2022 Intern






16 views0 comments