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  • FNEC Home
    Dynamic sessions Motivation Rapport Practical skills All these strengths are developed through interactive sessions that are less about lecture and more about hands on learning Through creative food experiences participants learn about affordable accessible meal choices A minimum of six sessions before graduation ensures that healthful habits become integrated as lifestyle changes Well trained staff FNEC educators are extensively trained in up to date nutrition information and how to present

    Original URL path: https://fnec.cornell.edu/ (2015-06-28)
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  • Who we are
    Dollahite PhD RD Associate Professor Director Food and Nutrition Education in Communities Joan Doyle Paddock MPH RD Sr Extension Associate EFNEP Coordinator program management maternal and child health Kate Dickin PhD Research Associate Applied research on the implementation management and evaluation of nutrition programs for limited resource populations Tisa Hill MPH Research Coordinator CHANCE Project Coordinator Sonya Islam MPH RD Extension Associate Staff development training and resource identification Michelle L Scott Pierce MBA Extension Associate Research Analyst evaluation and reporting information technologies and training Wendy Wolfe PhD Research Associate Leadership training and applied research on prevention of childhood overweight at home at school and in the community Judy Briggs Office Professional III Office Manager FNEC Regions Currently New York State is divided into 7 regions Each region has a regional coordinator who provides training and technical assistance to county nutrition staff and serves as liaison between campus and the counties Capital Region Kathleen McAllister Coordinator Central Region Holly Gump Coordinator North Country Region Kristin Colarusso Coordinator Metropolitan Region Carol M Parker Coordinator Western Region Jennifer Reardon Coordinator FNEC County Programs Directory of Programs Fifty three of fifty seven counties and the five boroughs of New York City provide FNEC programming

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  • Our Programs
    Nutrition Education Program EFNEP New York State began providing EFNEP in 1969 Currently EFNEP is offered in 28 counties and New York City Eat Smart New York Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education SNAP Ed New York State began providing SNAP Ed in 1995 through five New York counties Since then SNAP Ed has grown to serve 53 counties and New York City Farmers Market Nutrition Education Program FMNP FMNP strengthens

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  • Our Initiatives
    based projects Successful initiatives are often integrated into regular FNEC programming Issues addressed with projects resources listed below include Breastfeeding Curriculum Our curriculum to promote breastfeeding Childhood obesity prevention CHANCE Collaboration for Health and Nutrition in Children s Environments CHANCE Environmental work in communities CHANCE Curriculum Healthy Children Healthy Families Parents Making a Difference Youth Programming Choose Health Food Fun Fitness CHFFF Youth Curriculum Choose Health Action Teens CHAT Teens

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  • Vision
    life experience among staff and participants are considered and appreciated Diversity Differences in ethnicity and life experiences among target audience and staff are valued and respected Learner centered Learner needs and styles are the basis of program content and delivery Building on the strengths and past experiences of learners results in a richer learning experience Empowerment Staff and participants are encouraged through recognized success improved self esteem continuing educational opportunities

    Original URL path: https://fnec.cornell.edu/Mission/Home.cfm (2015-06-28)
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  • What We Do
    of Our Programs and Our Initiatives Contained below will be one page descriptions of the programs and initatives offered through FNEC Selecting the links above this information can also be located Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program EFNEP Eat Smart New York ESNY Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education Farmers Market Nutrition Program FMNP Collaboration for Health Activity and Nutrition in Children s Environments CHANCE Healthy Children Healthy Families HCHF Breastfeeding

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  • Who we are
    health along with contact information for programs offering ESNY Volume 1 Issue 1 February 2012 Volume 1 Issue 2 May August 2012 Volume 1 Issue 3 September to December 2012 Volume 2 Issue 1 January to March 2013 Volume 2 Issue 2 April to June 2013 Volume 2 Issue 3 July to September 2013 Volume 2 Issue 4 October to December 2013 Volume 3 Issue 1 January to March 2014

    Original URL path: https://fnec.cornell.edu/ESNY_Newsletters/Home.cfm (2015-06-28)
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  • Recipes
    health by moderating fat and added sugar content without sacrificing taste To curb fat content lean meat and low fat dairy products are used and most recipes have 35 or fewer calories from fat or up to 5 grams of fat per serving All FNEC recipes contain less than 2 teaspoons of added sugar per serving To examine the FNEC policy in depth please click here Explore FNEC Recipes Search

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