Healthy Community Outreach Program
GET OUT THERE this summer and improve community health!
We’re now accepting applications for these fellowship positions.
Review the postings and apply.
As a paid Fellow of the OSU Moore Family Center Healthy Community Outreach Program, you can
Fellows work 20-30 hours per week during summer term at an OSU Extension Office in one of several communities across Oregon.
The fellowships are open to all CPHHS students.
Visit Master Food Preserver programs in multiple counties to gather information about how the volunteer training programs work and to prioritize how to best communicate and promote food safety and food preservation practices. Collect and organize photos, video, and text for online and print materials, and roll out a social media strategy for the program. Corvallis application.
Add to your credentials with training in the StrongWomen Program, a national evidence-based community exercise and nutrition program targeted to midlife and older women. Lead classes and support volunteer leaders in program implementation and evaluation using surveys and focus groups. Ensure that StrongWomen programs across the state comply with OSU’s new liability standards. Develop reports to be used in scholarly posters or presentation. Hood River application.
Get your groove on at the farmers’ market by leading tours, demonstrating Food Hero healthy recipes, and other activities. Implement Kids on the Move, a research based physical activity curriculum for kids 0-5 years and their caregivers. Plan activities with the support of Extension faculty; develop and implement an evaluation survey to learn the educational preferences of farmer’s market attendees. Use the survey results to identify next steps educational opportunities. Redmond application.
For more info on what these positions entail, check out bios of last year’s fellows.
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