Master Wellness Volunteers

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is expanding the reach of its health and nutrition programs through Master Wellness Volunteers. Master Wellness Volunteers receive 40 hours of education related to wellness, nutrition, childhood health, food safety, healthy food preparation, public speaking and much more. The training is conducted by County Extension Agents and health professionals who have access to the latest research based information in the area of health and wellness. In return, volunteers are asked to give 40 hours of volunteer service to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. The volunteer opportunities are diverse-giving presentations for local community groups, assisting with healthy cooking demonstrations, distributing information at health fairs, working with schools and after school programs and data entry. Previous health or wellness training is not required but an interest in living healthfully and helping others do the same is.

Master Wellness Volunteer in the Community

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