Food, Nutrition, and Basic Skills Program
Undergraduate Student Engagement Coordinator
Deadline to apply: April 9th, 2017
Hours Per Week: 10-15 Hrs.
Please note that most of the hours will be in setting up, executing, and/or cleaning up from workshops. Interns must have enough availability in their schedule to engage in the workshops.
Wage: $14/hr. (work-study preferred, but not required)
Primary Department: UCSB Sustainability
Preferred start date: Spring, Summer, and Fall 2017 are all options. Regardless of start date, you must be able to work until June 2018.
Commitment date: Must be available to participate until June 2018
Description of Internship
The Food, Nutrition, and Basic Skills Program seeks undergraduate students to assist with the planning and execution of our workshop series. The Food, Nutrition and Basic Skills (FNBS) Program is a co-curricular educational program which highlights best practices, skills, and resources to empower students to address food security, housing security, and financial stability in their lives. Through workshops on nutrition, food preparation, grocery shopping, and budgeting we hope to better prepare students for making healthy choices and living within the often challenging financial situation of college students. We also hope that through our workshops students have an opportunity to learn more about the food system which they rely on. Through education, FNBS will help students eat well and fulfill their full potential here at UCSB. FNBS is a coalition effort between staff, students, and community members. This student will also help to develop new ways to engage students and develop resources such as cookbooks and best practice guides.
- Assist with logistics of the program’s workshop series;
- Be the representative of FNBS to workshop hosts;
- Support workshop hosts in planning for their events;
- Publicize the program to campus community and target audience (primarily students);
- Collaborate with campus partners;
- Collaborate with student organizations and other partners to ensure that the curriculum is culturally relevant and inclusive of diverse communities;
- Develop other educational resources on nutrition, cooking, and budgeting (such as cookbooks, best practice guides, etc); and
- Review evaluation results and compile end of the year report of the program.
- Interest in topics of food security and nutrition;
- Independent thinker capable of collaborating to design and implement programs and practices;
- Professional in written and verbal communications; and
- Experience with event planning;
- Experience in coalition building and/or engagement of multiple diverse partners; and
- Familiarity with food security.
Please read all of the instructions for this program and the job posting carefully in order to ensure that you have the best chance of being selected. Submit a resume and cover letter describing your interest in the position to email@example.com by Sunday April 9, 2017. If you are eligible for work-study, please note this in the cover letter. Work-study is not required, but is preferred.UCSB Career Services offers support and advising in writing résumés. Please consider taking advantage of their generous services, especially if this is the first time you have written a résumé.Please ensure that when you apply the subject line of your email and your email body indicate clearly that you are applying for the “FNBS – Undergraduate Engagement”. We have several positions currently open ranging across multiple programs.For More Information
Please email your resume and cover letter to Melissa Fontaine, firstname.lastname@example.org after having read the above information thoroughly.