No Kid Hungry Indiana hosts webinars on a range of topics to share promising practices and help stakeholders end childhood hunger in our community.

COFFEE WILL BE ON US! 

Want to brainstorm ideas with other school nutrition professionals? Looking to find ways to improve your work? Join us each month for a 30-minute Coffee Chat to network, bounce off ideas, troubleshoot and hear about important upcoming dates. Every second Tuesday of the month we will discuss topics that are on your list. To register for our first Coffee Chat and ensure you receive a certificate for coffee, click here.
 
 

SAVE THE DATES 

Renovate Your Student Plates (6/16 @ 2pm EST) 

Menu Planning Spotlights (6/28 @ 2pm EST) 

Stay tuned for more information on these upcoming webinars and how to register!

Review Our Previous Webinars

Our speakers Lisa Myer, Annie Eakin, Jenna Sperry and Meg Magsamen shared how to involve other stakeholder’ perspectives.

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Our speakers Monique Prezzy, Joanna Lopez, and Maxine Thomas shared available benefits, extending SNAP benefits, and defining outreach techniques inclusive of the community.

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IMMIGRANT WELCOME CENTER SLIDES

Our speakers, Alyson McIntyre-Reiger, Lara Moster, Olivia Stenger, Cayla Claar, Rheanne Cary, Dee Orick, and Faith Dalton who shared innovative practices on how to engage students in their school nutrition programs, hot topics that influence students, and awareness techniques to help them understand school nutrition benefits.

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On our second Back to School Webinar Series, Donna MartinElaine Brovont, and Sheri Shipp shared their experiences, best practices, and updates.

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Our speakers, Beth Foland (Indiana Department of Education), Maria Deddens (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America), Theresa Mince (Purdue Extension), Laura Henderson (Big Green), and Kathy Cooley (Margaret Mary Health), shared how to involve students in Child Nutrition Programs. You can generate ideas on how you can engage with students to increase program effectiveness and participation.

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Identifying & Connecting

Providing nutritious meals to your students is important, especially with this new normal, but how can you reach all students? “Knowing Your Community” is important to provide program access to every student. In the first session, we featured how to identify and connect with all the families in your community. Our group of panelists, Graham Melendez (Community Impact Coordinator from Immigrant Welcome Center), Lisa Adams (Community Wellness Coordinator from Purdue Extension Marion County), and Sarah Willson (Nutrition Manager from Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana), share how to identify and connect with all families in your community and walk through how to be part of the solution.

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LEARN MORE ABOUT IMMIGRANT WELCOME CENTER OR CONTACT THE COMMUNITY IMPACT COORDINATOR

LEARN MORE ABOUT GLEANERS FOOD BANK

 LEARN MORE ABOUT PURDUE EXTENSION

Partnering

In the second session, our panelist: Graham Melendez (Community Impact Coordinator from Immigrant Welcome Center), Stephanie Uliana (Community Benefit Manager from Ascension), Ashley Heller (Child Nutrition Specialist from Indiana Department of Education), and Maggie Schabel (Child Nutrition Specialist from Indiana Department of Education) discussed how to partner with stakeholders to increase your school nutrition program’s reach.

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CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION