I have always loved working and being around children and it wasn’t until I started attending human develop and early education classes at UNH, that I decided I wanted to work with children in my future career. I have been working with children for many years now, whether it be through home-based childcare, working at non-profits and resource centers, or here at the CSDC.
I just recently graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and Family Studies with a concentration in Lifespan Development. During my time at UNH I began working at the CSDC in the Preschool 1 and Preschool 2 classrooms, while occasionally working in the infant and toddler classrooms. I also spent some time interning at Families First Health and Support Center with my focus being on running parent-child playgroups and activities during child care.