One of our values at Michigan State University Extension is the commitment to reaching out to diverse clientele and finding ways to adapt our content to their needs. Our programs reach participants in diverse communities across this state, including a recent health and nutrition series for the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program taught in Spanish in southeastern Michigan.
After the series was done, testimonials were recorded in Spanish, to allow the participants to express what they learned, and the success they’ve had in applying the health and nutrition principles to their day-to-day lives. (Interviews are in Spanish with English subtitles.) The videos were produced by ANR Communications.
Interview with Sheryle:
Interview with Adan:
Our commitment to Michigan individuals and families extends to many diverse audiences, and it’s exciting to see the people whose lives flourish when we focus on reaching them.