- Date: Wednesday, May 20, 2020
- Time: 4-6pm
- Location: Your computer!
- Price: FREE!
Solid Ground’s Community Food Education programs offer cooking and nutrition classes to community members living on low-incomes. We encourage maximizing food resources with adults and families through Cooking Matters classes and grocery budgeting events, and with youth in elementary school classes. With the help of volunteers, we provide hands-on, learner-driven education that combines cooking skills, nutrition knowledge, menu planning, budgeting, kitchen safety, and sanitation.
*Solid Ground is following Public Health recommendations, including social distancing, so this will be live virtual training via GoToMeeting. Call info will be in your registration confirmation email. Please contact Shana at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
Do you love cooking? Do you love to teach? Do you love to eat healthy? Community Food Education is seeking volunteer Cooking Facilitators, Nutrition Facilitators, and Class Assistants for our 6-week cooking and nutrition education courses to share their knowledge and skills with Seattle-area communities experiencing food insecurity.
Join us at our next Community Food Education Volunteer Training to learn more!* Trainings are hosted once per month. We ask all volunteers interested in Cooking Matters classes to attend this required 3-hour training to learn more about:
- Cooking Matters 6-week cooking and nutrition class series
- Our volunteer opportunities and expectations
- Youth education classes and events
- Our teaching methods and approach to our work
*Please note: All volunteers must have attended (or be signed up for) a Solid Ground Volunteer Orientation or must be a Cooking Matters Satellite Partner Volunteer. Please email Shana for more information.
For More Info:
Questions about Community Food Education volunteer training or opportunities? Please email email@example.com.
Cooking Matters is a partnership of Solid Ground, the national anti-hunger organization Share Our Strength, and the No Kid Hungry Campaign.