Real Food Training for Students

Students can register for upcoming training on advocating for local and organic food on campus

This summer, the Real Food Challenge (RFC) will hold five intensive trainings around the country.  At each, about 25 students and a small group of veteran real food organizers will converge for a powerful weekend of workshops, cooking, skill-shares, storytelling, strategizing, and all-around fun.  These retreats are geared toward students who want to take on (or strengthen an existing) real food campaign on their campus.


Register today for only $25.  The training is limited to 24-30 students.


WHAT: Join Real Food Challenge in Chapel Hill, North Carolina on September 2-4 for a full weekend of engaging with the tools, skills, stories, and personal connections that help make real change possible--and leave with a solid action plan to bring back to your campus community for the coming year.  Other trainings are taking place in Seattle, WA; Davis, CA; Northfield, MN; and Boston, MA.WHO: These trainings are geared towards all college students looking to start or strengthen a campaign for real food on their campus. Real Food Challenge encourages participants to attend with at least one other student from their school to help create a campaign action plan as a team.WHY: These trainings will provide a unique opportunity for students to learn from one another and experienced organizers working with RFC. They are also a great way for students to connect with the southeast organizers who will be supporting students in the region throughout the school year.