Practical Nutrition for Homeless Youth
This workshop guide provides guidance for nutrition educators in facilitating nutrition workshops for homeless youth or groups with similar barriers to achieving nutrition goals. It can also be used as a model for creating new workshops with similar structures and frameworks.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Food Access, Maternal and child nutrition - Childcare Providers, Children, Project implementers, School Staff
Originally from Rochester, New York, Margot graduated from St. Lawrence University with a combined degree in sociology and environmental studies. While at SLU, she interned for a food recovery and community meal program, and was responsible for coordinating all facets of a weekly meal, including procuring and preparing food, organizing volunteers, and maintaining community partner relationships. Margot researched sustainability and poverty while studying abroad in Denmark and Ethiopia respectively. She was also an active member in a variety of community engagement programs that range in topic including youth mentoring, home insecurity, and sustainable agriculture.
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