Master Wellness Volunteer Training
Are you interested in helping to build a culture of health in your community?
The UNH Extension Master Wellness Volunteer Program is an opportunity for adults and youth ages 15 and over to take part in a series of learning sessions focused on creating community change for health. Learn and share along with others as you build your toolbox for impacting individual and community health factors, environments, and systems.
Topics covered include:
- physical activity
- disease prevention
- youth engagement
- health equity
- public speaking skills
- and so much more!
Part of the UNH Extension Well Connected Communities initiative, the Master Wellness Volunteer will create a plan of service in conjunction with their local county Extension staff and area health partners.
Get connected, build your skills, and take action in your community through this exciting free training and volunteer opportunity!
The upcoming virtual training series begins Tuesday, November 10, 2020 for six weeks, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm (11/17, 11/24 & 12/1, 12/8 and 12/15). Additional training hours will be scheduled with your local county Extension staff to complete a total of 40 training hours and become a Master Wellness Volunteer. We are currently seeking applications from those in Sullivan, Coos, and Strafford counties.