Do you plan on having Monday afternoons free in DC or Baltimore this fall? If that sounds like your schedule, teach at @MicroGreensOrg . You can apply to be a teaching fellow today!
The MicroGreens Project is dedicated to teaching kids about healthy eating on a budget.
I learned about this great opportunity from American University Alum, Chef Alli Sosna.
Chef Alli Sosna is the founder of The MicroGreens Project.
Children enrolled in the Micro Greens Project learn to shop for healthy food, prepare healthy food and enjoy healthy food. They teach their families to eat healthy as well.
The MicroGreens Project is funded by a government supplemented budget. The MicroGreens Project also has partnerships with public schools and non-profits with a common goal to empower children to feel comfortable making healthy food choices.
Send your resume to Chef Alli Sosna by filling out the Fellow Application.
Fellows work with Chef Alli Sosna and other food community leaders to increase awareness, education, and culinary skills for low-income children in Washington, D.C. and nationwide. Support this wonderful project today!
If your schedule prevents you from applying to be a MicroGreens Fellow, you can still support the project by donating now.