SNAP-Ed & Next Generation Health Educators

Tune in to the latest episode, “SNAP-Ed & Next Generation Health Educators,” hosted by Carlos Alessandrini, a new addition to our host team! Carlos organizes food distributions and Spanish-speaking workshops at Leah’s Pantry. In this episode, Carlos interviews three exceptional California State University students about their unique experiences with their campus food security programs. We hope you enjoy learning about the realities of facilitating community cooking workshops at the college level.

Featuring Guests:

  • Vincent Lopez, MS Nutritional Science, California State University, Long Beach
  • Venicia L. Santana, BS Nutrition – Dietetics Option, Cal Poly Pomona
  • Giselle Corral, B.S., California State University, Dominguez Hills

“Peer-to-peer (learning) is very important because they trust us. We’re students together, so that’s one of the biggest positives I see.” -Giselle Corral, B.S., California State University, Dominguez Hills

We want to hear from you!
In your experience of leading in-person cooking workshops, what is the most memorable story or moment you’ve had? Whether it’s a surprising success, a hilarious mishap, or a touching interaction, share your story and what made it so unforgettable.

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