The Master Wellness Volunteer Program is an opportunity for adults to take part in a series of learning sessions focused on creating community change for health. Volunteers will participate in an initial core training followed by a pathway-specific training that builds a toolbox for impacting individual and community health factors, environments, and systems.
Adults who want to create a culture of health in NH communities are eligible to participate in this program, although space is limited. Volunteers will undergo a standard background screening before admission.
Topics covered include:
- physical activity
- disease prevention
- health equity
- public speaking skills
- and so much more!
Every Tuesday** a new topic will be presented with opportunities to:
- Learn on one's own time and pace with selected, assigned articles and videos
- Connect with other participants through an online forum.
- Interact with other volunteers and guest speakers during the virtual sessions
**Because this program is designed to encourage individual and community growth, it is important to participate in ALL of the independent learning and live sessions possible.
The Master Wellness Volunteer program will require a total of 30 - 40 hours to complete: After 20 hours of core training, volunteers will branch out into their 10 -20 hours of specialized pathway training that they can choose to participate in.
Specialized pathway training sessions will focus on one of the following topics:
- Walk With Ease SM
- Food Access
- Vaccine Education
Please contact Zeanny Egea at (603) 600-8237 ext. 208 or email@example.com with questions or if you require accommodations for the participation in this program.