The Tupper Community School Team, Hillcrest Centre, and Little Mountain Neighborhood House want to incorporate nutrition and cooking education in the Tupper Homework Club program. Students working on this project will work with staff and youth to develop a selection of tasty, nutritious and economical recipes that can be prepared on-site by youth. Most of the work can be done remotely, but there will be meetings on-site during flexible learning days. While not absolutely required, ideally candidates for this project will have Food Safe training and be available on Thursdays to attend Homework Club as mentors. This project is especially relevant for students majoring in food, nutrition and health, food science or nutritional sciences and/or who want to learn more about nutrition literacy, education, and food culture. For this project, you need to be skilled at food preparation, budgeting, and engaging youth and children. Throughout the project, you’ll learn about program development, leadership, and team-building.