Translating Nutrition Research into Community Education: A Workshop for Implementing Diet-Related Chronic Disease Curricula
Applications Currently Closed
Food for Life instructors are individuals seeking to be independent, “freelance” cooking instructors and wish to teach at various community venues. This includes small business owners, medical professionals, and laypersons with a passion for plant-based nutrition and wellness.
Instructors are not able to train other individuals to teach the curriculum. One must complete the training to become an instructor.
Instructor applicants must have a passion for promoting plant-based nutrition for general good health, and a personal adherence to a completely plant-based diet.
Applicants must be willing and able to market the Food for Life classes in your community, secure venues and audiences, and handle administrative details with the Food for Life team.
Applicants must have strong oral presentation, organizational, and business or entrepreneurial skills, as well as experience in cooking and food presentation.
Instructor applicants must:
Food for Life Educational Alliance Program partners are institutions or organizations planning to incorporate the Food for Life class curricula into their current wellness offerings. This includes schools, medical institutions, and fitness and health centers with a wellness mission. It also includes employers interested in improving the health and productivity of their employees, while reducing absenteeism and health care costs.
Educational Alliance Program partners are certified to teach the program exclusively to their customers or employees. Educational Alliance Program partners have the unique option to train other co-workers to teach the Food for Life curriculum at their workplace.
An Educational Alliance Program applicant must be an organization or institution with a meeting space capable of holding Food for Life classes. Educational Alliance Program partners may only teach in their place of business, not in the community at-large.
Applicants must be willing and able to market the Food for Life classes in their place of business to their customers and/or staff and handle administrative details with the Food for Life team.
Applicants must have a company representative who will teach and/or train colleagues to teach the Food for Life curricula and a business plan for integrating it into their existing wellness offerings.
Educational Alliance Program partner applicants must: