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Events for November 8 — November 14, 2020

Most Extension events will be offered exclusively online due to coronavirus concerns. In limited cases, certain events may be offered in-person following health and safety recommendations from the University and public health officials, including the Centers for Disease Control and the Alabama Department of Public Health.

Sunday, November 8, 2020

Monday, November 9, 2020

Alabama Watershed Stewards Online

Online

Alabama Watershed Stewards is now Online!
Join us for the first week-long virtual course November 9-13

What it is:
Alabama Watershed Stewards Online is a one-week self-paced virtual course.
Designed for the general public, this course will give you an overview of how watersheds work, how different fields can work together to improve watershed function and water quality, and ways you can personally get involved in making a difference.

You’ll receive daily prompts to log in and complete certain sections (about an hour a day for five days), but you set your own schedule.
The class is followed by an interactive Zoom discussion with your peers across the state where you can share your ideas and questions.

This is the first session open to the public and it’s free!
Register here: http://aub.ie/awsonline

What you’ll learn:
(See attached schedule for details)

Overview of Watershed Systems:
How watersheds work, the role activities can have on water quality
Watershed Impairments:
Water quality parameters, how pollution can occur.
Improving Watershed Function:
How to use best management practices to improve your watershed.
Community Driven Watershed Protection and Management:
Meet others interested in water resources across the state!

What you’ll get out of it:

If you complete all course work you’ll receive .7 (7 hours) of CEU Credit from Auburn University
A print version of the Alabama Watershed Stewards Handbook if you’d like one
Meet others interested in improving water.
Invest in your understanding of how social and ecological systems interact
Make connections across various fields to see how they impact water quality
Learn about how you personally can get involved

Ready to register? Sign up here: http://aub.ie/awsonline

Learn more about the program here.

Questions? Stewards@Auburn.edu
Find the ACES Water Program on Facebook and Instagram

Contact:
Laura Bell
lmb0097@auburn.edu
(334)-844-3809

Register Online

FREE Fish & Water, Forestry & Wildlife, Online, Statewide

ServSafe Training – Auburn

CASIC Building, 559 Devall Drive Auburn AL, 36832

Food Safety Certified Food Protection Manager Course meeting Alabama Department of Public Health requirement for Retail Food Permit Holders. This is a two-day class. Must register two weeks before the scheduled date.

Address:
CASIC Building
559 Devall Drive
Auburn, AL 36832

Contact:
Janet Johnson
johns16@aces.edu
(334) 703-2237

Register Online

$140 Food Safety, Barbour County, Bullock County, Chambers County, Clay County, Coosa County, Elmore County, Lee County, Macon County, Montgomery County, Randolph County, Russell County, Tallapoosa County

ServSafe Cullman County

402 Arnold St Suite G1, Cullman County Extension Office Cullman AL, 35055

Meets the ADPH requirements for food safety course for retail establishments

Address:
402 Arnold St Suite G1
Cullman County Extension Office
Cullman, AL 35055

Contact:
Christy Mendoza
cnm0012@auburn.edu
(256) 547-7936

Register Online

$140.00 Food Safety, Blount County, Cherokee County, Cullman County, DeKalb County, Etowah County, Jackson County, Madison County, Marshall County, Morgan County, Walker County, Winston County

Alabama Cottage Food Law Class – Rockford

Rockford Event Center, 66 Communications Drive Rockford AL, 35136

Food Safety Course meeting Alabama Department of Public Health requirement to operate as a Cottage Food Business. Course includes specifics about the Alabama Cottage Food Law and food safety recommendations for the cottage food operation.
Please call the Coosa County Extension Office at (256) 377-4713 for registration.

Address:
Rockford Event Center
66 Communications Drive
Rockford, AL 35136

Contact:
Dani Reams Extension Office
acr0087@aces.edu
(256) 368-1694

$25 Food Safety, Chilton County, Clay County, Coosa County, Elmore County, Shelby County, Talladega County, Tallapoosa County

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Alabama Watershed Stewards Online

Online

Alabama Watershed Stewards is now Online!
Join us for the first week-long virtual course November 9-13

What it is:
Alabama Watershed Stewards Online is a one-week self-paced virtual course.
Designed for the general public, this course will give you an overview of how watersheds work, how different fields can work together to improve watershed function and water quality, and ways you can personally get involved in making a difference.

You’ll receive daily prompts to log in and complete certain sections (about an hour a day for five days), but you set your own schedule.
The class is followed by an interactive Zoom discussion with your peers across the state where you can share your ideas and questions.

This is the first session open to the public and it’s free!
Register here: http://aub.ie/awsonline

What you’ll learn:
(See attached schedule for details)

Overview of Watershed Systems:
How watersheds work, the role activities can have on water quality
Watershed Impairments:
Water quality parameters, how pollution can occur.
Improving Watershed Function:
How to use best management practices to improve your watershed.
Community Driven Watershed Protection and Management:
Meet others interested in water resources across the state!

What you’ll get out of it:

If you complete all course work you’ll receive .7 (7 hours) of CEU Credit from Auburn University
A print version of the Alabama Watershed Stewards Handbook if you’d like one
Meet others interested in improving water.
Invest in your understanding of how social and ecological systems interact
Make connections across various fields to see how they impact water quality
Learn about how you personally can get involved

Ready to register? Sign up here: http://aub.ie/awsonline

Learn more about the program here.

Questions? Stewards@Auburn.edu
Find the ACES Water Program on Facebook and Instagram

Contact:
Laura Bell
lmb0097@auburn.edu
(334)-844-3809

Register Online

FREE Fish & Water, Forestry & Wildlife, Online, Statewide

ServSafe Training – Auburn

CASIC Building, 559 Devall Drive Auburn AL, 36832

Food Safety Certified Food Protection Manager Course meeting Alabama Department of Public Health requirement for Retail Food Permit Holders. This is a two-day class. Must register two weeks before the scheduled date.

Address:
CASIC Building
559 Devall Drive
Auburn, AL 36832

Contact:
Janet Johnson
johns16@aces.edu
(334) 703-2237

Register Online

$140 Food Safety, Barbour County, Bullock County, Chambers County, Clay County, Coosa County, Elmore County, Lee County, Macon County, Montgomery County, Randolph County, Russell County, Tallapoosa County

ServSafe Cullman County

402 Arnold St Suite G1, Cullman County Extension Office Cullman AL, 35055

Meets the ADPH requirements for food safety course for retail establishments

Address:
402 Arnold St Suite G1
Cullman County Extension Office
Cullman, AL 35055

Contact:
Christy Mendoza
cnm0012@auburn.edu
(256) 547-7936

Register Online

$140.00 Food Safety, Blount County, Cherokee County, Cullman County, DeKalb County, Etowah County, Jackson County, Madison County, Marshall County, Morgan County, Walker County, Winston County

ServSafe Class- Linden

2400 E. Coats Ave, 2400 E. Coats Ave Linden AL, 36748

Food safety certified food protection manager course meeting the Alabama Department of Public Health requirements for retail food permit holders. This is a two-day class. Must register two weeks before the scheduled date. COVID-19 guidelines will be followed.

Address:
2400 E. Coats Ave
Linden, AL 36748

Contact:
Alice Moore
AMM0167@ACES.EDU
(334) 216-0738

Register Online

$140 Food Safety, Choctaw County, Clarke County, Dallas County, Greene County, Hale County, Marengo County, Perry County, Pickens County, Sumter County, Tuscaloosa County, Washington County, Wilcox County

Holiday Decorating with Nature- Elmore County Lunch and Learn

First Presbyterian Church, 100 West Bridge Street Wetumpka AL, 36092

The Gardening Lunch and Learn is EVERY 2nd TUESDAY of the month. The program this month will be on “Holiday Decorating with Nature” by Master Gardener, Anna Owen. This program is FREE and open to the public from 12:00-1:00. We will provide tea and water so bring a sack lunch or pickup something on your way and come join us to learn something new in gardening.

Address:
First Presbyterian Church
100 West Bridge Street
Wetumpka, AL 36092

Contact:
Mallory Kelley
jones57@aces.edu
334-703-9197

FREE Food Safety, Lawn & Garden, Autauga County, Bibb County, Chilton County, Elmore County, Jefferson County, Lowndes County, Montgomery County, Shelby County, St. Clair County

DEEP- Diabetes Empowerment Education Program

Online

Participants will learn:
• Understanding the Human Body
• Understanding Risk Factors for Diabetes
• Monitoring Your Body
• Being Physically Active
• Planning Meals
• Identifying and Preventing Complications
• Learning about Medications & Medical Care
• Living with Diabetes: Mobilizing Your Family and Friends

Contact:
Sheree Taylor
snr0010@auburn.edu
(256) 499-7146

Register Online

FREE Home & Family, Calhoun County, Chambers County, Clay County, Cleburne County, Colbert County, Coosa County, Fayette County, Franklin County, Lamar County, Lauderdale County, Lawrence County, Lee County, Limestone County, Macon County Marion County, Morgan County, Online, Randolph County, Russell County, Talladega County, Tallapoosa County, Walker County, Winston County

DEEP- Diabetes Empowerment Education Program

Online

Participants will learn:
• Understanding the Human Body
• Understanding Risk Factors for Diabetes
• Monitoring Your Body
• Being Physically Active
• Planning Meals
• Identifying and Preventing Complications
• Learning about Medications & Medical Care
• Living with Diabetes: Mobilizing Your Family and Friends

Contact:
Sheree Taylor
snr0010@auburn.edu
(256) 499-7146

Register Online

FREE Home & Family, Calhoun County, Chambers County, Clay County, Cleburne County, Colbert County, Coosa County, Fayette County, Franklin County, Lamar County, Lauderdale County, Lawrence County, Lee County, Limestone County, Macon County Marion County, Morgan County, Online, Randolph County, Russell County, Talladega County, Tallapoosa County, Walker County, Winston County

Preserving Jams and Jellies for Holiday Gift Giving

Online

Jams and Jellies make perfect Christmas gifts! Make plans to join us virtually to learn the proper way to prepare and process these high acid goodies for the holidays! We will go through the process of preparing some jams and then show you how to decorate them to give as gifts

Contact:
Angela Treadaway
treadas@aces.edu
(205 )410-3696

Register Online

FREE Food Safety, Online, Statewide

Estate Planning-Important Papers

228-F Binford Dr., 228-F Binford Dr. Huntsville AL, 35805

Participants will learn the importance of having an estate plan.
Receive step-by-step guidance on how to write a plan using
Alabama Extension’s “Important Papers” journal. 

Address:
228-F Binford Dr.
Huntsville, AL 35805

Contact:
Donna Gullatte
jonesdl@auburn.edu
(256) 541-3580

Register Online

FREE Home & Family, Urban Extension, Blount County, Cherokee County, Colbert County, Cullman County, DeKalb County, Etowah County, Fayette County, Franklin County, Jackson County, Lamar County, Lauderdale County, Lawrence County, Limestone County Madison County, Marion County, Marshall County, Morgan County, Walker County, Winston County

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Alabama Watershed Stewards Online

Online

Alabama Watershed Stewards is now Online!
Join us for the first week-long virtual course November 9-13

What it is:
Alabama Watershed Stewards Online is a one-week self-paced virtual course.
Designed for the general public, this course will give you an overview of how watersheds work, how different fields can work together to improve watershed function and water quality, and ways you can personally get involved in making a difference.

You’ll receive daily prompts to log in and complete certain sections (about an hour a day for five days), but you set your own schedule.
The class is followed by an interactive Zoom discussion with your peers across the state where you can share your ideas and questions.

This is the first session open to the public and it’s free!
Register here: http://aub.ie/awsonline

What you’ll learn:
(See attached schedule for details)

Overview of Watershed Systems:
How watersheds work, the role activities can have on water quality
Watershed Impairments:
Water quality parameters, how pollution can occur.
Improving Watershed Function:
How to use best management practices to improve your watershed.
Community Driven Watershed Protection and Management:
Meet others interested in water resources across the state!

What you’ll get out of it:

If you complete all course work you’ll receive .7 (7 hours) of CEU Credit from Auburn University
A print version of the Alabama Watershed Stewards Handbook if you’d like one
Meet others interested in improving water.
Invest in your understanding of how social and ecological systems interact
Make connections across various fields to see how they impact water quality
Learn about how you personally can get involved

Ready to register? Sign up here: http://aub.ie/awsonline

Learn more about the program here.

Questions? Stewards@Auburn.edu
Find the ACES Water Program on Facebook and Instagram

Contact:
Laura Bell
lmb0097@auburn.edu
(334)-844-3809

Register Online

FREE Fish & Water, Forestry & Wildlife, Online, Statewide

ServSafe Class- Linden

2400 E. Coats Ave, 2400 E. Coats Ave Linden AL, 36748

Food safety certified food protection manager course meeting the Alabama Department of Public Health requirements for retail food permit holders. This is a two-day class. Must register two weeks before the scheduled date. COVID-19 guidelines will be followed.

Address:
2400 E. Coats Ave
Linden, AL 36748

Contact:
Alice Moore
AMM0167@ACES.EDU
(334) 216-0738

Register Online

$140 Food Safety, Choctaw County, Clarke County, Dallas County, Greene County, Hale County, Marengo County, Perry County, Pickens County, Sumter County, Tuscaloosa County, Washington County, Wilcox County

Vegetable Succession Planting, Crop Rotation, Scouting Spring and Fall Insect Pests

Online

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System will host fruit and vegetable meetings in November. On November 4th Dr. Edgar Vinson will cover fruit production, and Dr. Elina Coneva will discuss trellising apple trees. On November 11th Dr. Joe Kemble will discuss succession planting of vegetables and crop rotation, and Dr. Ayanava Majumdar will cover some fall and spring vegetable insect pests and how to scout for them. These meetings will be conducted through Zoom. They will begin at 10:00 a.m. and will end around 11:00 a.m. Central Time. You must pre-register at the following link before the meeting https://auburn.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwof-mqrzsjHNGzBB9-1Ivagq_JsgtScXR0 or email Chip East at eastwil@aces.edu and request the meeting registration link.

Contact:
Chip East
eastwil@aces.edu
(256) 846-0314

Register Online

FREE Lawn & Garden, Calhoun County, Chambers County, Clay County, Cleburne County, Coosa County, Lee County, Macon County, Online, Randolph County, Russell County, Talladega County, Tallapoosa County

DEEP- Diabetes Empowerment Education Program Face to Face

1702 Noble Street Suite 108, 1702 Noble Street Suite 108 Anniston AL, 36201

Participants will learn:
• Understanding the Human Body
• Understanding Risk Factors for Diabetes
• Monitoring Your Body
• Being Physically Active
• Planning Meals
• Identifying and Preventing Complications
• Learning about Medications & Medical Care
• Living with Diabetes: Mobilizing Your Family and Friends

Address:
1702 Noble Street Suite 108
Anniston, AL 36201

Contact:
Sheree Taylor
snr0010@auburn.edu
(256) 499-7146

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FREE Home & Family, Calhoun County, Chambers County, Clay County, Cleburne County, Coosa County, Lee County, Macon County, Randolph County, Russell County, Talladega County, Tallapoosa County

Code Club featuring Ed Farm

Online

Alabama 4-H at Alabama A & M University and ED Farm Presents:

Code Club!

Let’s build an App!

Dates: November 11 (Veterans Day), November 21 and December 5
Time: 11:00am-12:30pm

Alabama 4-H is proud to bring a Virtual Classroom to the state of Alabama featuring Swift Coding facilitated by Ed Farm. Swift Coding is a powerful and intuitive programming language for Apple devices including macOS, iOS, watchOS, tvOS and beyond. Ed Farm has partnered with Apple and adopted their educational curriculum to teach Swift Coding in a creative artistic approach.

Coding is an essential skill that is grounded in everyday life examples such as:

Real-world Engagement

Communication & Creation

Teamwork

Critical Thinking

Personalized Learning

Open to Elementary, Middle, and High School Students (Grades 4-12).

Free Registration at: http://www.aces.edu/go/CodeClub

Must have your favorite Apple Device (iPad, MacBook, Mac Pro, iMac) or other internet enabled device to take advantage of this upcoming learning experience.

For more information contact: James Fountain (jnf0017@aces.edu)

Stay Connected with 4-H

Register with Alabama 4-H at Alabama A & M University http://www.aces.edu/go/4HRegistration
Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AL4HAAMU
Visit Us at: http://www.aces.edu/go/4HAAMU

Check out other engaging programs Ed Farm offers by visiting: http://www.edfarm.org

Contact:
James Fountain
jnf0017@aces.edu
(256) 309-7876

http://www.aces.edu/go/CodeClub

FREE Home & Family, Youth Development, Online, Statewide

DEEP-Diabetes Empowerment Education Program

Online

Let’s have a DEEP Conversation about managing your diabetes! Participants will learn:
-Understanding the Human Body
-Understanding Risk Factors for Diabetes
-Monitoring your Body
-Being Physically Active
-Planning Meals
-Identifying and Preventing Complications
-Learning about Medications and Medical Care
-Living with Diabetes: Mobilizing Your Family and Friends

Contact:
Tera Glenn
tkg00001@aces.edu
205-561-4094

FREE Home & Family, Choctaw County, Dallas County, Greene County, Hale County, Marengo County, Online, Perry County, Pickens County, Sumter County, Tuscaloosa County, Wilcox County

Recreational Pond/Lake Management- Online

Online

We will continue our successful online workshops on lake and pond management. Discussion of fall/winter management activities as well as answering your specific questions. This is relatively informal, so drop in and let’s talk about your lake and pond.

Contact:
PJ Waters
waterph@auburn.edu
(334) 703-5012

Register Online

FREE Fish & Water, Forestry & Wildlife, Baldwin County, Butler County, Clarke County, Conecuh County, Escambia County, Mobile County, Monroe County, Online, Washington County

Thursday, November 12, 2020

Alabama Watershed Stewards Online

Online

Alabama Watershed Stewards is now Online!
Join us for the first week-long virtual course November 9-13

What it is:
Alabama Watershed Stewards Online is a one-week self-paced virtual course.
Designed for the general public, this course will give you an overview of how watersheds work, how different fields can work together to improve watershed function and water quality, and ways you can personally get involved in making a difference.

You’ll receive daily prompts to log in and complete certain sections (about an hour a day for five days), but you set your own schedule.
The class is followed by an interactive Zoom discussion with your peers across the state where you can share your ideas and questions.

This is the first session open to the public and it’s free!
Register here: http://aub.ie/awsonline

What you’ll learn:
(See attached schedule for details)

Overview of Watershed Systems:
How watersheds work, the role activities can have on water quality
Watershed Impairments:
Water quality parameters, how pollution can occur.
Improving Watershed Function:
How to use best management practices to improve your watershed.
Community Driven Watershed Protection and Management:
Meet others interested in water resources across the state!

What you’ll get out of it:

If you complete all course work you’ll receive .7 (7 hours) of CEU Credit from Auburn University
A print version of the Alabama Watershed Stewards Handbook if you’d like one
Meet others interested in improving water.
Invest in your understanding of how social and ecological systems interact
Make connections across various fields to see how they impact water quality
Learn about how you personally can get involved

Ready to register? Sign up here: http://aub.ie/awsonline

Learn more about the program here.

Questions? Stewards@Auburn.edu
Find the ACES Water Program on Facebook and Instagram

Contact:
Laura Bell
lmb0097@auburn.edu
(334)-844-3809

Register Online

FREE Fish & Water, Forestry & Wildlife, Online, Statewide

Health Rocks! Vaping Program – My Empowered Self

Online

Join Alabama 4-H at Alabama A&M University as we learn about the health effects of vaping and the importance of living a substance-free life. This is the last session of this FREE series. We will talk about steps we can take to empower ourselves while living a health life.

Contact:
Jessica Williams
jlw0018@aces.edu
(256) 309-9119

Register Online

FREE Home & Family, Youth Development, Online

Diabetes Education Empowerment Program

Online

Six week series offered over ZOOM.
Topics include:
What is diabetes?
Understanding the human body and diabetes
Monitoring the body
Nutrition
Diabetes and exercise
Prevention of diabetes complications
Medication
Coping with diabetes
Communicating with health care professionals

Contact:
Christina LeVert
Christina.levert@aces.edu
(334) 292-1559

Register Online

FREE Home & Family, Online, Statewide

Friday, November 13, 2020

Alabama Watershed Stewards Online

Online

Alabama Watershed Stewards is now Online!
Join us for the first week-long virtual course November 9-13

What it is:
Alabama Watershed Stewards Online is a one-week self-paced virtual course.
Designed for the general public, this course will give you an overview of how watersheds work, how different fields can work together to improve watershed function and water quality, and ways you can personally get involved in making a difference.

You’ll receive daily prompts to log in and complete certain sections (about an hour a day for five days), but you set your own schedule.
The class is followed by an interactive Zoom discussion with your peers across the state where you can share your ideas and questions.

This is the first session open to the public and it’s free!
Register here: http://aub.ie/awsonline

What you’ll learn:
(See attached schedule for details)

Overview of Watershed Systems:
How watersheds work, the role activities can have on water quality
Watershed Impairments:
Water quality parameters, how pollution can occur.
Improving Watershed Function:
How to use best management practices to improve your watershed.
Community Driven Watershed Protection and Management:
Meet others interested in water resources across the state!

What you’ll get out of it:

If you complete all course work you’ll receive .7 (7 hours) of CEU Credit from Auburn University
A print version of the Alabama Watershed Stewards Handbook if you’d like one
Meet others interested in improving water.
Invest in your understanding of how social and ecological systems interact
Make connections across various fields to see how they impact water quality
Learn about how you personally can get involved

Ready to register? Sign up here: http://aub.ie/awsonline

Learn more about the program here.

Questions? Stewards@Auburn.edu
Find the ACES Water Program on Facebook and Instagram

Contact:
Laura Bell
lmb0097@auburn.edu
(334)-844-3809

Register Online

FREE Fish & Water, Forestry & Wildlife, Online, Statewide

Central Alabama Virtual Hemp Roundtable

Zoom, Zoom Auburn AL, 36849

Alabama Cooperative Extension System is hosting a Hemp Roundtable to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the industry. Anyone with an interest in hemp is welcome to come share their experiences from the growing season and/or ask questions. Extension personnel will be available to promote discussion and answer questions. We will also have a representative from the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries (ADAI) available to answer any specific questions regarding Alabama rules and regulations.

This event will be held fully virtually via Zoom.

Address:
Zoom
Zoom
Auburn, AL 36849

Contact:
Katelyn Kesheimer
kesheimer@auburn.edu
(860) 508-3959

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FREE Crop Production, Farming, Lawn & Garden, Autauga County, Bibb County, Calhoun County, Chambers County, Chilton County, Choctaw County, Clay County, Cleburne County, Coosa County, Dallas County, Elmore County, Greene County Hale County, Jefferson County, Lee County, Lowndes County, Macon County, Marengo County, Montgomery County, Perry County, Pickens County, Randolph County, Russell County, Shelby County, St. Clair County, Sumter County, Talladega County, Tallapoosa County, Tuscaloosa County, Wilcox County

Holidays on a Budget

228-F Binford Dr., 228-F Binford Dr. Huntsville AL, 35805

Participants will learn the concept of Planned Buying, Values and Setting Goals. The information shared will include demonstrations on how you can plan for holiday decor, gifting and starting new traditions.

Address:
228-F Binford Dr.
Huntsville, AL 35805

Contact:
Donna Gullatte
jonesdl@auburn.edu
(256) 541-3580

Register Online

FREE Home & Family, Urban Extension, Blount County, Cherokee County, Colbert County, Cullman County, DeKalb County, Etowah County, Fayette County, Franklin County, Jackson County, Lamar County, Lauderdale County, Lawrence County, Limestone County Madison County, Marion County, Marshall County, Morgan County, Walker County, Winston County

Saturday, November 14, 2020

COVID and Your Health

228-F Binford Dr., 228-F Binford Dr. Huntsville AL, 35805

Guest Speaker Dr. James Eddie Black will speak on about the effects that has had on our Health and we will have experts on to share how to be a better health advocate for yourself.

Address:
228-F Binford Dr.
Huntsville, AL 35805

Contact:
Donna Gullatte
jonesdl@auburn.edu
(256) 541-3580

Register Online

FREE Home & Family, Urban Extension, Madison County

Career Countdown

Online

Career Countdown is an educational series for youth and adults that uses interactive lessons to enable each participant to prepare a career pathway. This program is designed to provide participants with insights for linking their interests, skills, and abilities to career choices and how to create pathways to achieve career goals.

Contact:
Juana Macias-Christian
maciaju@aces.edu
(256)572-0241

Register Online

FREE Urban Extension, Online, Statewide