New School Nutrition Resource
Posted by on May 11, 2009
New School Nutrition Resource Is Mobilizing Students to Lead
New from the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, empowerME@school is a free student leadership toolkit for middle and high school students to successfully improve the nutritional quality of the snacks and drinks in their schools. By participating in empowerME@school, students learn advocacy skills including surveying their peers, developing action plans, public speaking, working with adults and mentors, evaluating group efforts and celebrating victories. Students who complete empowerME@school are encouraged to upload their success stories with the program along with photos, and videos at empowerme2b.org. Interested youth and adult allies may download empowerME@school and a facilitator’s guide at http://empowerme2b.org
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