2024 Master Wellness Volunteer Training

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Master Wellness Volunteers are devoted to changing the health of the residents of communities across the state. As part of the work Extension does with partners across the state, there are specific projects that need volunteer support.


How do I become a volunteer?

Complete 40 hours* of training on public health, youth and adult partnerships, and specific content around a track of interest.


  • 6 hours of in-person core content


  • 17.5 hours of online core content


  • 10 hours of experiential learning in a topic area of your choice


  • 3.5 hours of practicum - practicing curriculum, shadowing someone else teaching, attending events with an agent, etc.


What will I do as a volunteer?


  • Become part of the Cooperative Extension team!


  • Engage in ongoing learning opportunities around health and well-being.


  • Attend coalition meetings to learn more about community needs and current projects.


  • Engage in teaching in the community around specific topic areas.


  • Work on projects that change environments to better support healthy choices.


  • Work in teams of youth and adults to identify and complete projects that focus on health and well-being.


Program starts January 15, 2024

Zoom Trainings: January 17, January 31, February 14 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.

In-Person Trainings: February 28 and March 27 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. in Dover.


**You must attend ALL training sessions to graduate from the class.

Monday, January 15, 2024

Event Type

Community, Academics, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources



Cooperative Extension Service




EXTENSION – Nutrition & Wellness
Contact Email

Contact Name

Gina Crist


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