Community Nutrition Educator
The Community Nutrition Educator (CNE) is a member of our Healthy Living team. The CNE works independently to educate and empower youth, adults and seniors to improve nutrition and physical activity behaviors. The CNE’s primary responsibility is the implementation of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-ED) that includes direct education and indirect social messaging. Nutrition lessons focus on diet quality, food safety, physical activity, food security and food resource management. The CNE provides research-based, hands-on learning experiences for families and youth at no cost. This includes outreach to agencies and organizations, and recruitment of participants. The CNE is also responsible for facilitating and advocating for policy, systems, and environmental changes to remove barriers or encourage healthy living.
$41,200 - $56,500 per year