Local Food Ambassadors Gain Food Systems and Leadership Skills

The NC 10% Campaign's Local Food Ambassador Program offers year-long paid employment to student Ambassadors to organize around local food issues on their university and college campuses. The students gain direct campaign experience; new food system professional networks; and a toolbox of relevant non-profit, food movement, and grassroots organizing skills. We checked in with a few former Ambassadors to learn what they gained from their experience. ASHLAND TANN, ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIVERSITY Political Science Major, Military Science minor, CLASS OF 2018 Tell us about what you learned as a Local Food Ambassador (LFA). One thing I learned in my professional skill set is about time management

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