We held our first social event of the year this past Sunday (9/8) at Magic Island Beach Park! We had a great turn out of new and current members with lots of food, music, raffle giveaway, and even did a plank challenge! Thank you to our members for organizing this great event. Be sure to follow our Instagram @fshncouncil for the latest updates!
We are all extremely excited to be on FSHN Council this year! We are planning lots of cool events and workshops and will have many great volunteer events for this school year. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @fshncouncil for the latest updates! If you have any questions or are interested in joining the FSHN council, email us at email@example.com
Thank you to those who joined us for the second general meeting last Thursday. We learned a lot about other routes in nutrition certification and got to meet the wonderful Dr. Rachel Lindsey from our KRS department. She gave a talk about her professional journey as an athlete and then transitioning into working with athletes. For a recap of her talk, you can find it in the meeting minutes HERE.
In addition, Dr. Lindsey is leading a study abroad trip next June. This trip is customized for health science majors and is a quick 12 day trip through Spain. For more information, please continue to read below!
As a reminder, we have a lot of good stuff coming up this month. Please check the links below to find out how to participate. We hope to see you there!
First – Kokua Kalihi Valley’s Ho’oulu Aina program is looking for volunteers for their Crop Shop Thursdays program. The responsibilities are basic food prep, handling, and nutrition education. Volunteers will spend 1-2 hours prepping the food then serve it between 4-6 PM. Volunteers will also be trained on the education portion at the site. Ho’oulu Aina is seeking 5 hours of work and do have stipends available!
Second – We’re looking for FSHN student contributors to Ka Leo, our campus newspaper. Ka Leo is interested in collaborating with FSHN students for articles on nutrition or nutrition-related community or campus issues. If you’re interested in this project, please contact me for more details. We currently have one student working on this project, but it’s open to more contributors.