Monthly Archives: November 2015

How Serving Those Who Serve Us Made Me a Better Teacher

Project Youth Extension Service (YES), a federally funded professional and youth development internship program, provides college students an opportunity to work with youth of military families impacted by military deployments. Project YES interns facilitate activities focusing on leadership development and life skills. The skills gained from the activities help participants to develop a personalized plan […]

Family Life Coaching Association Formalized

Five family life coaching professionals convened a strategic planning retreat in New Hampshire in October, 2015 in the creation of a professional development organization for Family Life Coach Professionals. In attendance were Kim Allen of NC State University, Debbie Farr of Flourishing Families, Beth Gausman of Concordia University, Margaret Machara of Tennessee State University and […]

Emily Did It!

Here’s Emily Foley at the finish line of the City of the Oaks Half Marathon. She’s a member of the State EFNEP team and works each day to encourage others to live healthy. Way to go, Emily!