- Capital Area Food Bank – At their “Kids Cafe,” teach kids about healthy eating and assemble healthy recipes
and foods for them to take home from the Capital Area Food Bank.
- Work with nutritionist at The Kirov Academy of Ballet
- DC Central Kitchen – Work at the largest provider of meals to DC’s hungry and homeless, which has a strong
focus on nutrition, fresh food, and health education. Learn more about their culinary
job training program and their Nutrition Lab and Healthy Corners programs on their
- Brain Food – Help teens build and execute workshops on healthy cooking.
- Food and Friends – Help provide services, including home-delivered freshly prepared meals, home-delivered
groceries, nutrition counseling and education.
- Center for Science in the Public Interest – A non-profit consumer organization with programs in nutrition and food safety, produces
the Nutrition Action Healthletter, and provides information to the public, and represents
citizens’ interests before legislative bodies.
- Bread for the City Clinic – Help low-income patients to research their conditions and reputable web sites for
dietary guidelines to follow.
- Common Good City Farm – Includes nutrition programs for youth. CGCF is an urban farm and education center growing food for low-income residents in Washington,
DC and providing educational opportunities for all people that help increase food
security, improve health, and contribute to environmental sustainability.
- Community health fairs – Many clinics and non-profits sponsor health fairs, which
students may be able to help organize and implement.
- Internships may also be available at schools, services for the elderly, and other