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Bubble offers hands-on volunteer opportunities in schools across New York City.

Bubble depends on our community of committed volunteers to provide students with hands-on education in cooking, gardening, and fitness. Whether you are a passionate home cook or enjoy working with kids, we have many opportunities to bring your passion to the children who need it most.

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Be a Wellness Educator

Our Wellness Educator program is semester-long volunteer commitment to teach wellness classes for 2-3 hours one day each week during the school day. Wellness Educators will use the Bubble curricula to teach one or two interactive classes on topics relevant to food and health (e.g., cooking, nutrition, gardening, agriculture, food literacy). How does it work? Upon acceptance of your application, Bubble provides you with training, curriculum, and materials to teach our classes on a weekly basis. We take care of pairing you with a co-volunteer and school that works for your schedule.

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Volunteer at Special Events

Bubble frequently hosts special events during and outside of school hours, teaching kids and their parents about healthy eating and wellness. From family meals to garden builds, our special events are essential to extending wellness education beyond the classroom. Keep up with events by signing up for our volunteer newsletter, or check out our upcoming events.

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Corporate Volunteering

Interested in volunteering as a company? From garden builds to cooking classes, we organize group volunteer opportunities that are fun and hands-on. For more information, please reach out to [email protected]

A few words from our educators...

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This was one of the best experiences of my life. …These kids made my day every Friday. … I can’t wait to join Bubble again this coming fall.

 

 – Wellness Educator at PS 165 in Brownsville, Brooklyn

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At the end of the session I got so many hugs—even from a student who was so quiet and shy.

 

– Bubble Wellness Educator