Master Food Volunteer Training
Do You: Enjoy volunteering with kids in schools (k-12)? Love to cook? Want to learn more about nutrition and wellness? Want to make a difference in your community? The Virginia Cooperative Extension and the WJCC School Health Initiative Program (SHIP) are sponsoring a Master Food Volunteer Training. Master Food Volunteers support Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Educators and SHIP with education and outreach at health fairs and family nights, after-school cooking clubs food and in-school cooking demonstrations, education and taste testing.
What: Master Food Volunteer Training
When: February 13th, 20th, 27th and March 6th and 13th
Time: 9:00 AM—2:00 PM
Cost: $25 fee will cover your background check, lunches, training materials, apron, name tag, and supplies.
Turn in completed application found here: http://pubs.ext.vt.edu/FST/FST-89/FST-89-PDF.pdf
Cash or checks only! Please make checks payable to VCE-James City County.
Mail application and checks to:
Attn: Master Food Volunteer
Virginia Cooperative Extension
James City County Office
3127 Forge Road P.O. Box 69
Toano, VA 23168
**There is a return check fee of $50!
For more information, contact
Sonja Mitchell, M.S.
Active Unit Coordinator and Family and Consumer Sciences Agent
Virginia Cooperative Extension-James City County
Amy Lazev, Ph.D.
Supervisor, School Health Initiative Program (SHIP)
WJCC Public Schools