A successful midwife is patient, compassionate, transparent, respectful, and able to handle difficult situations.
An exceptional midwife gains patients’ trust and demonstrates problem-solving skills, especially in the rush of labor.
How do we learn these traits?
We train under other midwives.
I’m opening up one spot on my team to train a Student Midwife.
The Student Midwife Apprentice will learn to:
Educate patients, their partners, and family members.
Teach patients natural, pain management techniques.
Give fully-informed and consented care.
Monitor the health of our patients before, during, and after birth.
Deliver patients’ babies in their homes.
Provide emotional support & encouragement during labor.
You are eligible to apply if:
You have a general knowledge of natural, physiological birth.
You understand how birth and labor work, naturally.
BONUS if you have a beneficial skillset to bring to the role.*
You should not apply if:
You don’t have the family & community support to fulfill this role.
You don’t LOVE birth.
Click here to access the application.
*Medical background not required, but is preferred.