If you are interested in any of our open volunteer positions below, we strongly encourage you to apply for them. You may also scroll to the bottom of this page to view lots of easy, impactful tasks anybody can do to support NutritionFacts.org.


Chinese Social Media Assistant

Role

Support our social media presence in China and Taiwan through translating, editing content, and working with our Chinese Social Media Manager on various tasks.

Please only consider applying if you are fluent in Mandarin and have experience translating from English to Mandarin.

Requirements

  • Fluency in English and Mandarin
  • Must be regularly active throughout each month
  • Experienced in translating
  • Access to a computer and internet
  • Chinese social media platform experience preferred
  • Medical and/or nutrition background preferred

Responsibilities

  • Translate English content into Mandarin
  • Edit Mandarin translations
  • Respond to assignments and communication in a timely manner

Reports to: Chinese Social Media Manager

Apply Now

Volunteer Translator Team

Role

Use your language fluency to create subtitles for as many NutritionFacts.org videos as possible.

Fluent Mandarin and Spanish Translators Wanted!

Please only consider applying if you are fluent in Mandarin or Spanish and have experience translating. Otherwise, consider passing this opportunity on to someone who may be interested!

Requirements

  • Must be regularly active throughout each month
  • Fluency in English and one or more other languages
  • Experienced in translating
  • Must have a Google account
  • Access to a computer and internet

Responsibilities

  • Translate English subtitles into other languages for as many videos as possible, based on video priority
  • Actively engage with the team leader on the project management tool
  • Respond to assignments and communication in a timely manner

Reports to: Volunteer Director

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Volunteer Translation Editor

Role

Use your language fluency to proofread and edit translated subtitles for NutritionFacts.org videos in your language as needed.

Please only consider applying if you have strong translation experience and are fluent in English and at least one other language. Otherwise, consider passing this opportunity on to someone who may be interested!

Current Languages: Mandarin (Simplified), Japanese, Korean, Polish

Requirements

  • Available to volunteer throughout each month
  • Fluency in English and one or more other language(s)
  • Experienced in translating
  • Strong communication skills
  • Familiarity with medical and nutrition terms is preferred
  • Must have a Google account or be willing to create one
  • Access to a computer and internet

Responsibilities

  • Proofread and edit subtitles in your language to ensure accuracy and clarity as needed
  • Optionally provide feedback to translators as needed
  • Respond to assignments and communication in a timely manner

Reports to: Volunteer Director

Apply Now


What else can I do to support NutritionFacts?

We’re glad you asked! Below, you can find a list of things you can do at any time to help spread the evidence-based nutrition word and help make the world a healthier place!

  • Want to fill your friends and family in on the latest research of a particular disease or topic? Share one of our curated YouTube playlists. Or you can create a playlist of your favorite videos to share.
  • If you own a copy of How Not to Die or the How Not to Die Cookbook, take a creative photo of it (or with it!) and share it on social media with the hashtag #HowNotToDie.
  • Has evidence-based eating changed your life? Share your journey with us.
  • Invite at least one person to sign up for the NutritionFacts.org Newsletter. They’ll receive a free recipe from the How Not to Die Cookbook!
  • Add a link to NutritionFacts.org in your email signature. Whenever you send an email, there will be an opportunity to invite someone new! 
    Example: Check out NutritionFacts.org for the latest in nutrition research!
  • Order a Outreach Poster and get permission to post it in a public place where lots of people will see it. Or you can order Outreach Cards and hand them out to people who are interested in learning more.
  • Ask your friends on social media if they would like to borrow your copy of How Not to Die. Make sure you get it back!
  • Call your local library or health food store and ask if they can carry How Not to Die or the How Not to Die Cookbook if they don’t already. You can also consider donating a used copy to your local community library.
  • Tell your friends and family about our free Daily Dozen App and share our video about it to support healthy habits. Available now on Apple and Android devices.
  • Share one of our daily videos on Facebook. Videos are posted and playable directly on our Facebook on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays with English and Spanish subtitles.
  • Suggest to your favorite local restaurant to carry How Not to Die or the How Not to Die Cookbook if they carry other books. If they agree to do it, send us a photo!
  • Automatically receive updates whenever we release a new video by subscribing to our YouTube channel or our newsletter.
  • Follow us on social media:
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  • Take our Daily Dozen Challenge to show your friends and family how easy healthy eating can be.
  • Are you a part of a book club or interested in starting one? Suggest How Not to Die as the next book to read!
  • Explore the popular question-and-answer website Quora.com to see if there are any nutrition-related questions that could be easily answered by our videos or blogs. Start by checking out these sections: NutritionHealthy EatingDietDiet and NutritionHealthy Diets.
  • Have another favorite health or nutrition-oriented website? Chime in on a discussion with a topical NutritionFacts video, podcast, or blog.
  • Want an easy and fashionable way to share NutritionFacts with others? Find your swag here.
  • Check out this organization, Balanced.org and sign up to their Balanced Plate Alliance for weekly action items to bring healthier options into your community.
  • Check out and share our latest volunteer opportunities if you or someone you know might be interested and available.
  • Leave us a review of the free Daily Dozen App on the Android Store or Apple Store. If you haven’t seen our new Daily Dozen video, watch here.
  • Click here to navigate to our Reviews page on Facebook to leave a review for us. A Facebook account is required to do this.
  • Review our weekly audio podcast on iTunes.
  • Taste and share our new healthy plant-based recipes from the How Not to Die Cookbook on social media with the hashtag #HowNotToDie or send it to the inbox of a friend or family member.
  • ¡Comparte nuestro nueva página en español con tus amigos, familiares o comunidades de habla hispana! Nos dicen constantemente que esta información no es fácil conseguirla en español así que, esperamos que sea útil para aquellos que desean llevar una alimentación más saludable. (¡Las traducciones y ediciones son realizadas por voluntarios activos y casi todo lo que encuentras en la página en inglés lo encontrarás traducido!). Y por cierto, ¡el libro best seller del Dr. Michael Greger Comer para no morir está disponible en español!
  • Donate to help keep NutritionFacts going and growing.
  • 
Planning on purchasing something off Amazon.com? Use our Amazon Smile link to donate a percentage to NutritionFacts.org.
  • If you’re already a supporter, ask your employer if they will match your donations to NutritionFacts.org. Many employers do!
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