The Campus Kitchens Project

About The Campus Kitchens Project

The Campus Kitchens Project is a national leader in community service for students and is the future of hunger relief. Our program is empowering the next generation of leaders to implement innovative models for combating hunger, developing food systems, and helping communities help themselves. We partner with high schools, colleges, and universities to share on-campus kitchen space, recover food from cafeterias, and engage students as volunteers who prepare and deliver meals to the community.

This volunteer powered initiative provides leadership opportunities for students to plan menus, run cooking shifts, organize drivers, garden, glean, and teach nutrition education to children and families. Students organize fundraisers, develop curriculum, and recruit new students to get involved.


Research and Development intern

August 2017 Athens, GA
“The freedom of developing new things”

Summer Community Partnerships Intern

June 2018 - September 2018 Evanston, IL
“I connected very well with my coworkers and my boss gave me a huge amount of independence. I loved the work I did and the impact I was able to make on The Project locally. ”
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Questions & Answers

For someone interested in a nutrition education position at The Campus Kitchens Project, what should they know going into an interview?

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How might my social and behavioral science major help prepare me for a nutrition education role at The Campus Kitchens Project?

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