top of page
Image by bill wegener

End hunger and ensure access by all people, especially the poor and people in vulnerable situations, including infants, to safe, nutritious, and sufficient food all year round.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Food Banks: Collect, store, and distribute food to local communities, helping to address immediate hunger and food insecurity.

  2. Community Gardens: Provide local residents with access to fresh, locally grown produce and promote sustainable agriculture practices.

  3. Neighborhood Food Co-ops: Cooperative grocery stores run by community members can provide affordable and healthy food options while promoting community involvement and ownership.

  4. School Lunch Programs: Work to improve school lunch programs and play a critical role in ensuring that children have access to nutritious meals.

  5. Community Supported Agriculture Programs: Connect local farmers directly with consumers, allowing community members to purchase shares of a farm's harvest and receive fresh, seasonal produce.

  6. Urban Farms: Focus on cultivating food in urban areas, contributing to local food security and educating residents about sustainable agriculture.

  7. Food Rescue Organizations: Collect surplus food from local businesses, farms, and other sources to distribute it to those in need, reducing food waste and addressing hunger.

  8. Community Nutrition Programs: Provide nutrition education, cooking classes, and support for community members to make healthier food choices contribute to long-term food security.

  9. Community Food Pantries: Operate at the community level, providing emergency food assistance to individuals and families facing food insecurity.

  10. Community Health Clinics: Some community health clinics incorporate food access programs or initiatives, recognizing the link between nutrition and overall health.

bottom of page