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UC San Bernardino County Youth Nutrition Education Program (Youth EFNEP)


Are you a teacher, youth counselor or youth program coordinator in San Bernardino County?

The Youth Nutrition Education Program (Youth EFNEP) provides no-cost curriculum, support, and resources to pre-K through high school teachers to deliver nutrition and physical activity education in their classrooms. Children have fun learning about the importance of healthy eating and physical fitness through hands on learning.

As a participating educator you will receive:

> Curriculum at no-cost

>Class set of monthly parent newsletters

>Orientation and training

>On-going support and resources

>Additional hands-on activities and recipe's for your students


Youth Nutrition Education

If you would you like more information on our free nutrition education that we will bring to your classroom...

Please provide us with your contact information and someone will contact you shortly or you may email directly to Dalila Alarcon, Youth Nutrition Educator at dlizarrage@ucanredu

Thank you

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