Leadership Toolkits

Leadership Toolkits

 

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Culinary Coaches

Culinary Coaches

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Goals:

  1. To be trained in facilitating cooking and nutrition programs with adults and young people
  2. To learn how to plan for and carry out a cooking lesson
  3. To contribute to and empower adults and young people in our community who are learning to cook and eat well

 

Suggested Timeline:

 

Week 1 Review rubric/schedule, goals; plan working with adult Kitchen and Classroom
Week 2 Practice cooking lesson/recipe Kitchen
Week 2,3 Cooking lessons with adults, peers or young people Kitchen
Week 4 Evaluate: reflection exercise, mini acknowledgement and sharing party and plan for working with next population Kitchen
Week 5 Practice lesson/recipe Kitchen
Week 5,6 Lessons with adults, peers, or young people Host School
Week 7 Evaluate: reflection exercise, acknowledgment and sharing party and make plans for future programs Classroom

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
School Food Ambassadors

 

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Goals:

1. Learn about challenges & initiatives to improve School Food

2. Partner with School Food to explore tasty, healthy recipes to serve at school

3. Devise creative strategies to introduce and popularize the recipes with students

 

Suggested Timeline:

 

Week 1 Review rubric/schedule; watch and discuss short videos on initiatives to improve School Food; set goals. Consider introducing Grab N’ Go meals.  Or select one or two healthy recipes to introduce in the cafeteria. Classroom
Week 2 Field trip to school serving new, healthier recipes

 

Host School
Week 3 Meet with School Foods Staff to plan and practice your breakfast initiative; plan how to promote it; plan how to evaluate ‘success’ Kitchen and Cafeteria
Week 4 Prep; promote/sample new school breakfast strategy or recipe Kitchen and Cafeteria
Week 4 Evaluate: reflection exercise, acknowledgement and sharing party will all TICs Classroom
Weeks 5,6 Meet with School Food and plan lunch initiative Kitchen and Cafeteria
Week 7 Prep; promote/sample new lunch initiative Kitchen and Cafeteria
Week 7 Evaluate: reflection exercise, acknowledgment and sharing party and make plans for future programs Classroom

 

 

 

Special Event Headliners

 

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Goals:

1. To share nutrition knowledge and showcase culinary skills

2. To design and facilitate engaging and valuable workshops

3. To practice organizing, planning for and trouble shooting during a public event

4. Inspire others to cook with fresh ingredients

5. To develop ease and confidence with public speaking

 

Suggested Timeline:

 

Week 1 Review rubric/schedule, goals; choose two recipes to make at events; make supply and check lists Classroom
Week 2 Dress rehearsal of workshop 1: Practice the recipe and /or workshop, public speaking; order supplies Kitchen and Classroom or venue if possible
Week 3 Headline First Special Event

 

Venue 1
Week 3 Evaluate how the first event went and plan for next workshop or catering event Classroom
Week 4 Evaluate: reflection, acknowledgement and sharing party; practice making second recipe and serve Kitchen and Classroom
Week 5 Dress rehearsal of recipe and/or workshop 2 Kitchen and Classroom or venue if possible
Week 6 Headline Second Special Event

 

Venue 2
Week 6 Evaluate, make conclusions from our data; make video on how to put on a event Classroom
Week 7 Evaluate: reflection, acknowledgement and sharing party and make plans for future programs Classroom

 

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