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Frequently
Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Here you will find a list of commonly asked
questions by both Members and Vendors alike.

Should you not find the answer here please reach out to Craig Weidel Executive Director (cwsnaaz@gmail.com)

These letters stand for the School Nutrition Association of Arizona, an alliance of over 1000 Arizona school food service employees and supporters. We are a state affiliate to the School Nutrition Association (SNA), which represents over 59,000 individuals who have made a commitment to child nutrition. Through this national association, we are able to:

  • Promote the highest standards for child nutrition programs,
  • Provide leadership training and other professional development opportunities to our members.
  • Communicate important issues of common concern to members.

Yes, membership in SNA gives you exclusive resources and tools that can benefit your career and your school nutrition program. Once you are a member, your online account gives you up-to-date access to your membership and certificate records. You can also download a copy of your membership card and view your current CEUs obtained through SNA.

CEUs are Continuing Education Units. The purpose of CEUs is to provide job-related professional development and growth experiences. Annual training (earning CEUs) is a requirement for both USDA Professional Standards and maintaining your Certificate in School Nutrition or SNS Credential.

 

Scholarship and award opportunities are available for any current member. Check out some of what’s available for you at these links:

https://schoolnutrition.org/ConferenceScholarships/

Start out by getting involved with your local Chapter and attending state conferences. These events will give you a chance to learn more about SNAAZ and is a great opportunity to network with your peers.

What Our Members Have to Say

We are a state affiliate to the School Nutrition Association (SNA), which represents over 55,000 individuals who have made a commitment to child nutrition.

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