Cooking Matters Internship
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The Cooking Matters internship offers an opportunity to work in the field of nutrition and food insecurity while learning about basic program coordination and working as part of a team. Interns will work alongside the Cooking Matters Coordinator to organize and facilitate classes.
- Coordination of Cooking Matters classes, curriculum implementation, research and data entry, and organization of supplies and ingredients for nutrition classes and events.
- Facilitation of program demonstrations and activities for the Cooking Matters curriculum
- Planning and leading the program with other volunteers - leading group discussions (for audiences ranging from seniors to children) on topics of nutrition, healthy shopping, and cooking - recording feedback about IFFS’s Nutrition Education Programs.
- Must have own transportation - Must be able to lift at least 40 pounds
- Outgoing personality with excellent interpersonal relations skills: the ability to work effectively to motivate volunteers.
- Solid organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks.
- The ideal candidate will have enthusiasm for connecting with diverse community members, be comfortable with public speaking, have strong organizational skills, good time-management, flexibility, and the ability to think on his/her feet. Nutrition and/or culinary experience is required. Experience in education is preferred. Knowledge of the Spanish language is helpful, but not required.
TIME COMMITMENT: 6-8 hours per week. This internship is September 1st through December 1 st.
COMPENSATION: This is an unpaid/volunteer internship.
TO APPLY: Submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Jasmine Henry, Volunteer Manager, Jasmine@foodshuttle.org
We'll work with your schedule.
1001 Blair Drive, Suite 120Inter-Faith Food ShuttleRaleighRaleigh, NC 27603
- Cooking / Catering
- Adult Education
- Teaching / Instruction
- General Education
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 6-8 hours per week