Family Resource Management . thirteen financial management educational programs were family and Consumer Sciences, (706) 5426117, or your local Cooperative Extension Service office. The University of georgia http://www.msue.msu.edu/msue/iac/famifami.html
Extractions: MSUE Educational Materials on Family Resource Management Materials you can order from MSU Extension. Home Maintenance and Repair Database Information on maintaining and repair your home. Including ideas on selection of materials, alternative cleaners, etc. MSU Extension Water Quality Bulletins Full text bulletins on water quality issues for the home and home owner. Not a complete listing. Executive Education From the MSU College of Business, this is a full listing of seminars offered for business, some good for small business. What's Bugging You? Full text articles on common household/garden bugs from MSU Extension specialists articles. MSU Integrated Pest Management Sponsored by MSU Extension and the Pesticide Research Cntr, information on current pests, diseases, IPM issues. NASD: Safety Documents Written by MSU specialists, this is a listing of safety fact sheets housed in the National Ag Safety Database. Michigan County Extension pages A list to help you find your county office, with listing of staff, phone and fax numbers, web page, etc. Housing and Data Materials for background and data related to housing, housing programming, special topics, etc.
Low-Income Family Financial Management-Research LowIncome family financial management-Research Research Brief financial management ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS OF LOW-INCOME FAMILIES Joan C. Koonce, Ph.D. Ph.D. financial management Specialist, georgia There are many from educational programs in money management because their income http://www.penpages.psu.edu/penpages_reference/28507/285071569.HTML
FRM Educational Resources: Financial Management Office of Personnel management (OPM) familyFriendly Workplace Advocacy management (OPM) Director's Awards for Outstanding Work and family programs work and family-focused programs in your including health/wellness, financial counseling, taxes, housing, http://fcs.tamu.edu/MONMAN/frmeducationalresources/frm_financialmgmnt.htm
Extractions: Family Resource Management Educational Resources The following annotated list describes Family Resource Management resources that are available from the Extension Educational Resource Library unless otherwise noted in the description. Contact Edna Eisfeldt (979-845-2704 or email@example.com ) to schedule use of the resource materials. 8 lessons and handout masters for agents or volunteers taught by agents to teach money management and consumer skills to limited resource adults. Could be used for a series of workshops totaling 20 hours, or as individual lessons selected for audience needs / interests. Topics: Making Spending Choices (choices game, values and goals, talking about money); Envelope Budgeting, Planning Your Spending (receipt box, planning food budget, increasing income or reducing expenses); Understanding Credit; Handling Credit Problems; Building Consumer Skills; Taking Consumer Action, Checks and Checking Accounts. Allowance Kit: World of Money
Extractions: The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences offers both graduate and undergraduate courses of study. It has a mission to provide quality instructional programs which produce graduates with marketable competencies and a cognitive base for consumer problem solving and professional practice. Graduates enhance the well-being of individuals and families within theenvironments where they function. This academic program is accredited by the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences .
AAFCS: Distance Learning Programs FACS 907 family financial management. 3. No. Melissa Del Rio Marcella Stewart. HED891C Information management for Facility Professionals. 3. 3. University of georgia. http://www.aafcs.org/education/distance.html
The Mountain R&LC -- Family Programs year as DRE at UU Metro Atlanta North in Roswell, georgia. She has a BS in HealthEducation and a MBA in financial management. family Camp July 13 18, 2003. http://www.mountaincenters.org/familypgms.html
Extractions: Memorial Day Weekend July 3 - 6, 2003 Old Fashioned Family Fourth July 6 - 11, 2003 Religious Education Week at The Mountain July 13 - 18, 2003 Family MountainCamp August 17 - 23, 2003 UU Week at The Mountain August 29 - September 1, 2003 CLF Community Gathering at The Mountain December 19 - 22, 2003 The Gifts of Solstice December 24 - 26, 2003 Christmas at The Mountain Dec. 30 - Jan. 1, 2004
Extractions: w w w . B u c k h e a d INTEREST GUIDE ENTERTAINMENT ARTS HOUSING ... Pharmacies Hospitals Columbia Metropolitan Hospital , 3223 Howell Mill Road, Columbia/HCA/specialty surgery, (404) 351-0500 Piedmont Hospital , 1968 Peachtree Road, Piedmont Medical Center/general acute care hospital, (404) 605-5000. Historical note: The land on which Piedmont Hospital now stands once was known as "Deerland Park." The Atlanta Urban Design Commission describes it in its Brookwood Hills District : "The area on both sides of Peachtree Road ... was known as 'Deerland Park' in the 1890s, and this name was used by the grandparents of prominent Atlantan Jack Spalding, founder of the King & Spalding law firm, for their 11-acre estate on the site of Piedmont Hospital. ... In a reminiscence for a history of the hospital, Spalding remembered 'Deerlands' and the Brookwood area as very rural in the 1920s. His grandparents maintained a barn, a one-acre garden, chickens and other farm animals on their land into the 1940s. When the family traveled in the 1920s, their luggage was taken to Brookwood Station in a mule-drawn wagon." The Spalding family sold Deerland Park and its Victorian gothic home at 2002 Peachtree Road for construction of Piedmont Hospital in 1943 and ground was broken in 1954. Shepherd Center , 2020 Peachtree Road, Shepherd Center/acute and rehabilitative care for spinal cord and brain injuries, MS and urology disorders
College Curriculum Report of the consumer content of the programs. firstname.lastname@example.org Athens, georgia (706) 542 Introductionto FACS; family financial management; family Demographics and http://www.socap.org/Careers/curric.html
Extractions: WANT TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL? SOCAP International has compiled a list of colleges and universities that offer programs that prepare students for careers in contact centers. Whether you are looking for students to employ or thinking of going back to school yourself, this list will be an invaluable resource and will make your search effortless. Here, we have gathered all the information in one place for easy access. This resource identifies both undergraduate and graduate programs that may be of interest for career enhancement or for getting the right level of education for the position. Customer Contact Centers are an area of increasing importance in business. The primary responsibility of contact center professionals is to champion the consumer's viewpoint to their employing organization and to convey information about the organization's products and services to the consumer. Students in these programs develop the ability to analyze issues from the perspectives of consumers, business and government and learn how to communicate these issues to management. This information can be used to learn about programs in higher education in order to hire new staff, and to send staff for further training. It is hoped that the report will assist in identification of programs in your vicinity, so you can consider development of a mentoring or consulting relationship. If there are other programs or institutions that are not included in the list, please contact SOCAP International so that they can be added.
Georgia State University: Department Of Nutrition food and nutrition programs, and program structure, personnel and financial management,and community Nutritional aspects of family planning, complications of http://www.gsu.edu/~wwwnut/programs/courses.html
Extractions: Graduate Undergraduate Graduate NUTR 3000 Introduction to the Profession of Nutrition. (1) Through class discussion, visits from practitioners, and faculty lectures, students will be introduced to the present and projected roles of dietitians in management, clinical, community, education, research, consulting, and business. Students will begin to formulate philosophies concerning their professional responsibliities to others as professionals. Students will be introduced to professional organization membership and ethical behavior in nutrition and dietetics. Students will elaborate on critical thinking skills by identifying valid nutrition literature. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor NUTR 3100 Nutrition And Health (3). Students will acquire basic knowledge about nutrients and energy, selecting foods of high nutrient density, and identifying truth and nontruths among advertised claims for food products. Controversial issues such as supplementation, reducing diets, dietary fats and sugar in cardiovascular disease, and many others are examined. Prerequisites: None. NUTR 3150 Food Science I.
Extractions: AK CA CO DE ... WI Alaska: Alaska Cooperative Extension is working with the Agricultural Community in Alaska conducting the Annual Agricultural Symposium and annual Potato and Vegetable Growers conferences. The Regional Service Office of the Risk Management Agency in Spokane, WA and Washington State University will be providing introductory sessions on risk management at these conferences. In Alaska, natural resource based activities including fishing, timber harvest and aquaculture are important and reindeer management is the largest animal production system. These latter groups will be targeted for risk management education with district staff involved to ensure that individual operators are better versed on the topic. California: A series of conferences and seminars on financial, risk and labor management are being held throughout the coming months. Seminar sessions will cover markets, production and finance, labor supply and management, environmental regulations and water issues, and family finance and estate planning. Panelists are being used to provide interactions with attendees.
Extractions: Professor and Chair Degrees: Ph.D. Family Resource Management and Family Economics, The Ohio State University, 1977. M.S. Home Management and Family Economics, Purdue University, 1971. B.A. Home Economics Education, University of Puerto Rico, 1969. Years on this faculty: Seventeen Professional Positions: University of Florida-Professor and Chair, Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences. Responsible for overall direction for family, youth, and community sciences extension, research and teaching programs in the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) at the University of Florida. Program leader for statewide extension family and consumer sciences programs. January 1995-present. Intergovernmental Personnel Agreement with Extension Service/U.S. Department of Agriculture (ES/USDA)-National Program Leader for Limited Resource Audiences, and the "Children, Youth and Families Networks for Action." Appointment January 1994-December 1994. University of Florida-Associate Professor, Family and Consumer Economics. September 1985-December 1994.
UGA Family And Consumer Sciences Extension financial management skills and practices to improve economic wellbeing and quality of life. Our programs focus on financial of the family come to of family Consumer Sciences, http://www.fcs.uga.edu/outreach/coopex
UGA Family And Consumer Sciences Extension families across the life cycle financial management skills and Our programs focuson financial literacy, consumer fraud help all members of the family come to http://www.fcs.uga.edu/extension/
College Of Family And Consumer Sciences family financial management. financial management for College Students. Housing,Technology, and Environmental Issues. georgia Families and Communities. http://www.fcs.uga.edu/sitemap.html
Extractions: Columbus, Ohio Sharon Burns has focused her career on helping people achieve financial success and freedom. As a self-employed CPA and financial advisor, she specialized in helping women obtain fair alimony settlements in divorces. She has provided negotiation, consultation, and expert testimony in over 500 cases in the past nine years. In addition, she is the executive director of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education, a role that includes oversight of an accreditation/certification program and an annual conference. Burns began her career as an extension specialist, lecturer, and fee program coordinator at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She joined Eastern Illinois University as an instructor in the School of Home Economics. In 1988, she joined the faculty in family resource management at The Ohio State University and in 1994 opened her own CPA and financial advising firm.
Extractions: Pamela C. Levi, Dean Leta M. Holder, Assistant Dean Cheryl P. Kish, Coordinator Graduate Programs MISSION GRADUATE DEGREES IN THE SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES The School of Health Sciences offers graduate degrees in the following areas: nursing; health and physical education (P-12 certification and non-certification options); health promotion; health education (P-12 certification); and outdoor education administration. Back to Index MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (MSN) The purpose of graduate education in nursing is to prepare scholarly clinicians and leaders. Graduate study provides the opportunity for acquisition of comprehensive theoretical knowledge on which advanced clinical practice is based. Specialization in nursing occurs at the masters level at which time the individual demonstrates expertise in caring for individuals and families in a variety of settings and serving as leaders in the health care system. The student acquires a theoretical base for specialized practice, advanced research skills, and an educational foundation for doctoral study. The MSN degree offers these areas of clinical specialization: Nursing Administration: Nursing Service Role; Nursing Administration: Healthcare Informatics Role; Family Health: Adult Nursing and Family Nurse Practitioner.
AAFCS: Press Release 2 Studies and Human Services, family financial management, Kansas State Energy EducationProject, family and Consumer The University of georgia, Athens, georgia. http://www.aafcs.org/public/press_release2.html
Extractions: American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Recognizes Profession's Leader Award Recipients ALEXANDRIA, VA - The American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) honored its Leaders Award recipients at a ceremony at the 92nd annual meeting (June 30-July 3) in Providence, RI. Established at the association's 75th Anniversary observance in 1984, the AAFCS Leaders Award honors family and consumer sciences professionals who have made significant contributions to the profession through their involvement with the association. The 2001 Leaders Awards winners are: Carolyn Sue Bailey, CFCS
Nefe Digest service providers across the state of georgia will receive financial management materialsand enable an estimated 60 homebased family childcare providers http://www.nefe.org/news/nefedigestnov01/digest4.html
Extractions: Seventy-five economic literacy personnel drawn from state and community action agencies throughout Vermont will be trained using funds from this grant. Within a year, these trainers are expected to directly benefit 3,750-7,000 low-income Vermonters by providing them with financial management education. This project aims to enhance the Texas State Emergency Shelter Grant Program by providing economic literacy education to homeless families and families at risk of becoming homeless. Existing curricula will be adapted to the needs of this audience, and volunteer instructors will be trained to present the program. Attendance at the program will be mandatory to receive emergency shelter grant funds.