The Intern Spotlight Series is about sharing the stories of our interns who dedicate their time and skills to support Bakes for Breast Cancer. In this blog, we highlight the story of Taylor Morgan, an intern at B4BC whose mother is a breast cancer survivor herself. 

Taylor is a senior at Western Carolina University, where she is an English major concentrating in professional writing. She’s a talented writer who loves to contribute to her university’s magazine, The Nomad.

Taylor joined B4BC in early June as a Content Writer. While looking for internships to do as part of her university studies, she came across an internship job posting for B4BC and decided to apply. She thought that the position would be a great way to hone her content writing skills while contributing to a cause close to her heart.

Since joining B4BC, Taylor has worked on various projects that have supported the work of our organization. She tells captivating stories through her blogs, among them the breast cancer survival story of her mother, Amy Morgan, which she writes in inspiring detail. Some of her work entails proofreading content, coordinating interviews, and conducting in-depth reseach. Currently, she is working on a B4BC newsletter to help raise awareness and funding for our cause.

As an English major, her writing and editing skills have helped a lot in coming up with great blog and marketing ideas for our website. She’s also had the opportunity to strengthen other skills, such as time management and meeting deadlines.

“Through sharing my blog ideas with Carol [our founder/president], I’ve learned how talking to others can elevate my ideas and the story that I want to bring out,” she explained.

Taylor believes that her internship as a Content Writer at B4BC has helped her gain the experience she needs to one day work as a professional content writer for a health and wellness brand.

In her free time, you can find Taylor going to the gym, reading, or hanging out with friends. She also enjoys sweet treats, especially tiramisu and chocolate chip cookies. 

As a brilliant content writer, we can’t wait to see what’s next for Taylor as she embarks on the next chapter of her life after graduation. Check out our website to read Taylor’s latest blogs, including her mother’s breast cancer survival story, A Daughter’s Perspective.

For more articles like this one, stay tuned for the next installment of our Intern Spotlight Series by following our LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook pages. 

To show support for our organization, you can register your establishment for one of our charity events, volunteer, or donate directly to our cause.

Chelsea Oryango

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