WSW Introduces New Spring Interns

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Women Supporting Women proudly welcomes Brooke Collins, one of three new Spring interns. Brooke is originally from Frederick, MD, but attends Salisbury University while obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science. In the Fall, Brooke plans to begin nursing school at her local community college. Brooke is also a part of the Delta Gamma Sorority at SU, which raises awareness for military service members and the visually impaired. With that being said, Brooke hopes to gain even more advocacy skills through her time with WSW, “I hope to gain the knowledge to be a better advocate for these women and their families along with being able to learn more about breast cancer awareness”. When she has some spare time, Brooke enjoys snowboarding, baking, and going to the beach. We are very excited to see what Brooke brings to the table for WSW!

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Women Supporting Women excitedly welcomes Colby Knight. Colby will be interning with WSW for his Spring semester at Salisbury University, where he is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Management and Human Resources. When Colby has time, he enjoys watching and playing sports. Colby began attending SU in 2020. When asked about how that impacted himself and his education, he said, “Exams would now be online, having teachers teach some classes in person, some completely online. A college experience I never would’ve thought I would have to experience and handle”. Nonetheless, Colby persevered and plans to open a business after earning his degree. In the meantime, he says he hopes to “learn and experience as much as I can during my time here at Women Supporting Women”.

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Women Supporting Women warmly welcomes Kassidy Hare, who will be interning with WSW for the Spring semester. Kassidy is a senior at Salisbury University, planning to graduate in May of 2024 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health. After her time at SU, Kassidy will attend the Johns Hopkins Schools of Medical Imaging Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program in Baltimore, MD, which will begin in June. When Kassidy can make time in her busy schedule, she enjoys working out, reading, and doing yoga. When asked what Kassidy hopes to gain from her time at WSW, she said, “I hope to have the opportunity to make a positive difference during my time here and impact the lives of anyone affected by breast cancer in a positive way”. We are happy to have Kassidy in the WSW office and we can’t wait to see what she accomplishes.

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