A video game teacher in New Zealand can become the next star of the New Zealand classroom.
The video game designer has spent nearly a decade teaching the children of New Zealand and is now a teacher in her 20s.
A graduate of the University of Auckland, the video game developer, who is also an award-winning chef, is the new head of the Wellington Vegan Teacher Association (WVTAA) in the city.
WVTAAA is the brainchild of Melissa Tarelli, who has been teaching in the Wellington area for 25 years.
She has a keen interest in the health and wellbeing of children, and has been involved in many local campaigns and charity events.
“I have always been fascinated with how people have adapted to the food they eat,” she said.
Melissa Tarellis new vegan career plan A video of her new role will go on sale in December and she will be able to teach in her home state.
When she graduates, she will start her career in the kitchen.
Teachers who are passionate about helping children in need can find out more about her new career at her website.
As a vegan, Tarello is not a member of any organisation and does not make any donations to animal rights organisations.
While she does not want to see her job as anything other than a passion project, she does want to do something for the environment.
Her vegan lifestyle has allowed her to be involved in a lot of great causes, including the fight against global warming and fighting poverty in the developing world.
“It’s also a fantastic way to raise money for charity.
We’re able to do a lot more things in the community through the WVTAA than most schools would be able,” she added.
For more information about the Wellington Vegetarian Teacher Association visit: http://www.veganteacher.org.nz/