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Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program Seeks County Coordinators

The Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program of the UW Extension is seeking county coordinators for Langlade-Oneida and Kenosha-Racine counties.

 

UW Extension logoThese positions are fixed-term academic staff appointments in the University of Wisconsin-Extension’s division of Cooperative Extension and are subject to UW System, UW-Extension, and Cooperative Extension personnel policies. Reappointment to these positions after the initial term is dependent upon availability of funding and performance.

 

The Nutrition Education Program is a major effort within Cooperative Extension’s Family Living Programs. The aim of Family Living Programs is to enhance the quality of family and community decisions that affect the family and to increase the families’ abilities to adapt to and effect change.

 

Within this broader aim, the purpose of these positions are to provide leadership for the Nutrition Education Program including: collaborating with local agencies to ensure the delivery of nutrition education to low-income residents (especially people who are eligible to receive food stamps or FoodShare), staff training and supervision, and managing the program budget.

 

Applications for each position are due March 4.



Date Published: 02/11/2014


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