Zach Farrar is a Training Specialist with Clemson University’s Youth Learning Institute. In addition to working alongside the Professional Development Training Team, Farrar serves on the Budget and Financial Management Team, providing creative budget solutions that meet program center needs.
Farrar began his career in Dondo, Mozambique, serving in a nutritional clinic for malnourished mothers and newborns impacted by HIV/AIDS. Upon returning to the U.S., he entered vocational ministry for 6 years, providing pastoral counseling and guidance to college students, young couples, and new families. He was a curriculum writer and facilitator and volunteer-leader trainer at his church in Lexington, South Carolina. Farrar brings a passion for education and empathy-based understanding to his work and trainings. Outside the office, he volunteers as a research and curriculum developer at his church in West Columbia and works alongside Children’s Relief International to educate and empower Americans to engage and alleviate extreme international poverty in Mozambique.
Master of Arts in Religion
Bachelor of Health Education