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Family Economics And Management Publications, Human Environmental Sciences, Expl STEP, Inc. Services Toward Empowering People, Inc. is a Community Action Agency serving St. Louis County, missouri that assists lowincome people out of poverty conditions. family Intake, Assessment and Referral back to programs and Services page. family Support Case management achieve their long-term financial goals - specifically buying a http://muextension.missouri.edu/xplor/hesguide/famecon
Extractions: All words Any word Whole phrase Extras To best print this Web page, use the landscape setting. To access the PDF files, first follow the link to the HTML version. For more information about PDF files, explore the PDF help page. Exchanges Use our feedback form to ask a question or make a comment about any publication on this site. EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS TOPICS FEATURES HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES TOPICS See also: Human relations GH3068 - Your Rights at the Credit Bureau GH3101 - Lodging Consumer Complaints (PDF available) GH3341 - Credit in the Family Budget (PDF available) GH3342 - Reducing Consumer Debt (PDF available) GH3344 - Shopping for Consumer Credit (PDF available) GH3346 - Today's Mortgage Menu GH3420 - Risky Business: Family Insurance Planning GH3422 - Life Insurance Purposes and Basic Policies (PDF available) GH3423 - Keeping a Roof Over Your Head, A Consumer's Guide to Homeowners Insurance
Graham To Teach Financial Management In SC Missouri financial management in south central missouri programs in money management from University of missouri Outreach and Extension. Cathy Graham joined UO/E as a consumer and family http://outreach.missouri.edu/about/news/2001news/graham.html
Extractions: Advanced Search Site Index COLUMBIA, Mo. South central Missouri residents will benefit from educational programs in money management from University of Missouri Outreach and Extension. Cathy Graham joined UO/E as a consumer and family economic specialist for Crawford, Dent, Gasconade, Phelps and Maries counties. Her office is located in Rolla. Graham comes to Missouri from University of Illinois Extension, where she served as a youth development educator since 1992. She created Welcome to the Real World, a curriculum using simulations to help young people make career choices. She also has expertise in teaching financial planning to high school students. A graduate of Eastern Illinois University, Graham has an M.S. in home economics and a B.S. in home economics education. Graham has received numerous awards for her work, including Illinois Extensions Program of Excellence Award in 1995 and the Outstanding Extension Unit Award in 1999. She received the National Association of Extension 4-H Agents Distinguished Service Award in 2000 and the Achievement in Service Award in 1998.
Family Resource Management From Pueblo, the Fed programs part of Consumer Economics Update From missouri Extension,full text text articles, most on family financial management, some on 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.
Extractions: This is a list of DESE programs and services in alphabetical order. A B C D ... Charter Schools (Federal Programs) Charter Schools (State Programs) Christa McAulliffe Fellowship Program Classification and Accreditation of School Districts College Preparatory Studies Certificate Communication Arts (Curriculum Services) ... DESE Technology Network Project Division of: Administrative and Financial Services
Extractions: Below you will find a position description for a human development faculty position in Human Environmental Sciences with the University of Missouri Outreach and Extension. We live and work in an interesting and challenging time. On the one hand, we have vast new information technology tools that allow us to deliver education and information in new and creative ways. On the other hand, we continue to face substantial human problems associated with poverty and lack of educational opportunities. We are committed to creating educational programs to address the fundamental issues confronting children and families, including hunger, economic stability, adequate housing and healthy development. We are interested in developing programs that meet the needs of all Missouri families and are especially committed to working with Black, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American families that have been typically underserved. In order to effectively educate family members, we use community-based program strategies that involve family members in the design and development of educational activities, while at the same time utilize the latest information technology tools to extend our educational resources.
Extractions: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MINI-MBA, Noncredit Management Training Certificate The UM-St. Louis MINI-MBA has been designed as a broad-based program to provide current theories and practices needed by business managers. The MINI-MBA is invaluable in improving and understanding the areas that affect organizational decisions, and in offering practical solutions applicable to the most recent problems confronting managers. Through a mix of problem-solving exercises, case studies, and interactive class discussions, the MINI-MBA program deals with the various functional areas within the organization that are normally addressed in business school degree programs. Managers who lack a formal business education or those wishing to update their skills will improve their performance in the workplace and become more effective in working cross-functionally within their organization. WILL BE HELD AGAIN IN FALL
NEAFCS - Communications Awards -- Newsletters 2000, and others at financial management programs and public of family and ServicesChild Protective Services Moentmann, Theresa Donaldson of missouri The Food http://www.neafcs.org/awards.asp?P=85
First AFCPE Distinguished Fellows Named D from the University of missouri in family Job Security, The Easy family BudgetBook is responsible for developing financial management programs and training http://www.hec.ohio-state.edu/hanna/afcpe/news/fellows.htm
Extractions: Tahira Hira Jerry Mason , and Mary J. Stephenson At the annual conference of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education in November, 1996, the first AFCPE Distinguished Fellows were named. A Distinguished Fellow of AFCPE must have given long exemplary service to the association, be recognized as a national leader in financial counseling and planning education, and possess high standards of professional and ethical conduct. Below are descriptions of the three Fellows, who were instrumental in helping AFCPE grow to the organization it is today. Tahira Hira Tahira Hira, Iowa State University professor of human development and family studies, was the founding president of AFCPE, Hira is a nationally recognized expert on personal finance and consumer debt. Hira served as the first executive director of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education. Hira founded Iowa State's Family Financial Counseling Clinic and developed several financial management courses. She has also written numerous articles on family financial planning, bankruptcy and consumer credit. She often consults with businesses, banking institutions, legal professionals, foreign economists and government agencies. A member of the Iowa State faculty since 1980, Tahira Hira proposed and developed the undergraduate curriculum in family financial counseling and the Family Financial Counseling Clinic which serves as a laboratory for students as well as providing a service to the university and Ames community. She has studied and compared consumer debt and bankruptcy issues and family economics in Canada, Japan, Scotland, the United States, Australia and New Zealand. She has received research distinction awards in Japan and Canada and funding in support of her research from government agencies in Canada and Scotland. She was recipient of the Iowa State University College for Family and Consumer Sciences (CFCS) Research Excellence Award in 1993 and the CFCS Award for International Achievement in 1994.
Extractions: HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES - FAMILY LIFE OPTION Purpose: This curriculum is designed for persons who plan to complete an Associate of Arts Degree at Three Rivers Community College and then transfer to Southeast Missouri State University to complete a Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Studies. This degree prepares students for the following types of employment: family specialist; court appointed special advocate; activity and program director at adult day care and long term care centers; family court family specialist; specialist in programs such as EDUCARE, parents as teachers, Head Start; family financial counselor. The Associate of Arts degree fulfills the lower division University Studies requirement. Courses in bold print are requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Studies. A minor is required. THREE RIVERS COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST YEAR - FALL SEMESTER
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What We Do - LISC Programs plan developed by Kansas City, missouri and its houses and multifamily developments;Support connection; Board governance; Internal management/financial controls; http://www.liscnet.org/kansascity/whatwedo.htm
Extractions: The Mission Statement of LISC GKC LISC Vision Statement What We Do... The Programs of Greater Kansas City LISC The Greater Kansas City LISC office was opened in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1981, and opened a Kansas City, Kansas office in 1998. Over the years, GKC LISC has supported 18 CDCs in developing $180 million worth of affordable housing. In addition, GKC LISC has helped CDCs develop: 3,660 new homes and apartments nearly 200,000 square feet of community facilities more than a million square feet of commercial space nearly 2,700 minor home repairs
Money 2000: State Contacts White financial Specialist, family programs Auburn University 5768 (FAX) firstname.lastname@example.org. LindaBoelter family financial management Specialist PO Box http://www.money2000.org/pages/contacts.htm
Sloan-C - Sloan-C Catalog Engineering management; family financial Planning; Industrial Information Technology;Software Development and management. SOUTHWEST missouri STATE UNIVERSITY (MO). http://www.aln.org/programs/degreeprograms.asp?degreetype=Master
Http://outreach.missouri.edu/emplopp/eace012.html programmatic leadership to family financial management, Strengthening Families SuccessfulAging, financial Security in Later Life, missouri Saves, and Money http://outreach.missouri.edu/careers/positionannouncements/CFE047.html
Extractions: "Be A Leader" Regional Extension Specialist (Area: Consumer and Family Economics) Family Financial Management, Strengthening Families, Successful Aging, Financial Security in Later Life, Missouri Saves, and Money Action Plan. Headquartered in Iron County - Ironton, Missouri, in the Southeast Region with additional responsibilities for Bollinger, Cape Girardeau, Carter, Iron, Madison, Perry, Reynolds, and Wayne counties. (Click map to view county headquartered) Work collaboratively with a team of extension professionals and stakeholders such as extension councils, program partners and volunteer leaders. Provide programmatic leadership to: Family Financial Management, Strengthening Families, Successful Aging, Financial Security in Later Life, Missouri Saves, and Money Action Plan. Identify emerging learner priorities to continuously improve educational options and learner access. Keep up to date on research, current and future trends and local and state demographic information to continuously improve programs. Continuously increase leverage of core University Outreach and Extension funding. Conduct activities in accordance with the Civil Rights Act, Title IX, Rehabilitation Act, Americans with Disabilities Act and local, state and region affirmative action plans.
Family Resource Management Faculty And Staff UCR's team that delivered the financial Readiness curriculum education, with emphasisin family economics/management is from the University of missouriColumbia http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/fcs/faculty/jlloyd.html
Extractions: National Institute for Consumer Education (NICE). Her ongoing partnering with NICE and numerous other university, government, business, consumer, and other non-profit organizations provides FCE Agents with current information on a variety of financial and other consumer issues. Effective October 1998, Mrs. Lloyd relocated to the National Endowment for Financial Education Mrs. Lloyd developed the background text, lessons and 1996 revision of her CARCOSTS software program for the Financial Fitness curriculum developed for the U.S. Marine Corps by a Cooperative Extension team (led by the University of California-Riverside), and continues to support train-the trainer activities at North Carolina's three USMC installations. She is also a member of UCR's team that delivered the Financial Readiness curriculum and web version of CARCOSTS to the U.S. Air Force in September 1999. In 2000, she trained agents on the use of the expanded Money IN/ Money OUT curriculum, she developed with Shirley Usry- a program designed to track actual net increase in savings and decrease in debt. Mrs. Lloyd earned a B.S. in home economics from the Pennsylvania State University, and is a recipient of Penn State's college of Human Development Alumni Recognition Award. Her master's degree in home economics education, with emphasis in family economics/management, is from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She has done post-graduate study at George Washington University, the University of Nebraska, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and North Carolina State University.
Family Resource Management Resource Guide AFCPE Newsletter Association for financial Counseling and American Association ofFamily and Consumer Sciences Hall, University of missouri, Columbia MO 65211 http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/fcs/frm/frmguide/frm5.html
Extractions: Ask your local reference librarian to provide special resources on personal and family consumer, financial and legal issues newsletters, magazines and journals, books and vertical files with features on special topics (such as advertising, consumer credit, elder care, health care, telemarketing fraud, transportation) and events such as Consumer Credit Education Week (last week in April), Older Americans Month (May), National Consumers Week (last week in October). Highest recommendations AFCPE Newsletter - Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education, Tahira K. Hira, Executive Director, 1095 LeBaron Hall, Iowa State University, Ames IA 50011. Quarterly newsletter - part of annual membership dues of $60. EFERMA NEWS Family Economics NEWS - e-mail newsletter from Jane Schuchardt, national program leader for Family Resource Management programs with CSREES. (Forwarded to agents by FRM specialists as appropriate via e-news.) * Family Economics and Nutrition Review - Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, USDA. New Orders, Superintendent of Documents, P.O. Box 371954, Pittsburgh PA 15250-7954 Quarterly, $10/year.