Blue Zones ambassador training set
The Fairfield Blue Zones Committee, in colabaration with the Fairfield Volunteer Center, invites all interested people to an ambassador training at noon Thursday at the Fairfield Public Library.
The Blue Zones Project is recruiting ambassadors to help lead its efforts to improve the health and well-being of the Fairfield community.
Anyone who is active in a group or organization, whether it’s a civic group like Rotary, a book club, association, faith-based organization, fitness group, Girl Scout troop or any other group, can be a Blue Zones Project ambassador.
Ambassadors do three things: Share information about events and opportunities; recruit people to complete the Personal Pledge to begin their journey toward improved health and well-being; and lead changes inspired by Blue Zones in their organization to improve their members’ well-being.
Members of the Blue Zones Project Ambassador team, will receive the tips, tricks and support they need to be successful and have fun along the way.
The Fairfield community is part of a growing movement to improve the health and well-being of all citizens who will benefit from healthier changes in schools, worksites, restaurants, grocery stores and more. Ambassadors are the catalysts behind these changes, and their voices are needed to spread the word.
Ambassadors will connect with people from across the community and build lasting friendships. Ambassadors also will gain leadership experience through their involvement in a variety of projects.
Ambassadors are the voice of change. This is an opportunity for people who have ideas on ways to create a healthier culture in the community, to turn them into reality. They will have the support of the Blue Zones Project community and ambassador team to help every step of the way.
For information, contact Ken Daley at email@example.com or 641-209-9893.