Become a Partner


NC EFNEP partners with a variety of organizations and agencies to reach limited resource school age youth and families with young children. Key partners in the program include:

  • County Governments
  • NC Division of Public Health
  • NC Department of Public Instruction
  • NC Department of Social Services
  • NC Department of Parks and Recreation
  • Community College GED and ESL programs
  • WIC
  • Smart Start
  • Head Start
  • Local Faith-based organizations
  • After-school and day care centers
  • Housing Authorities
  • Migrant centers
  • Homeless Shelters
  • Food Banks
  • Family Courts
  • Many non-profit organizations serving limited resource families and youth

EFNEP provides the following to our partners:

  • Well-trained staff to conduct and deliver the program
  • Evidence-based curricula with proven results
  • Detailed impact reports for partners
  • Equipment needed for lesson delivery and food preparation
  • All participant materials including handouts and skill builders to help participants practice new skills at home

We ask our partners to provide:

  • Facility to meet participants (kitchen is optional)
  • Audience (limited resource school-age youth or families with young children)
  • Demonstration Supplies (food for preparation activity –average of $5 per session for a group of 10-12)
  • Adequate Time for program delivery to meet EFNEP objectives
  • Contact person

Click here to register as a partner

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Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)

North Carolina State University
Agricultural and Human Sciences Department

Cooperative Extension at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CAES)