Greater Southwest Family and Consumer Science Alliance

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The Greater Southwest Family and Consumer Science Alliance is the driving force in bringing people together to improve the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities by delivering excellent services and educational programs, influencing public policy and best practices, and conducting research.

Our workforce is more diverse than ever, the definition and makeup of today’s families are more varied than previous generations, and our neighborhoods, communities, and cities have changed dramatically. The ability to connect professionals, students and advocates across multiple practice settings and content areas to share knowledge, research, and experience helps create more integrated solutions to today’s critical social and economic challenges through our conferences, publications, and e-communications.

In 2014 the Greater Southwest Family and Consumer Science Alliance invites YOU….

…if you are a professional, student or advocate in early childhood, elementary, secondary, university/college, and Extension education; health, nutrition and wellness, administration and management of families or consumers; human resource & service professionals; researchers; community volunteers; housing experts and home interior professionals; entrepreneurs, financial experts and leaders;  consultants and in all other content areas and career settings of our profession that touch the home and heart this alliance is for you.

Upcoming events:          

Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 6:00pm Location TBA

For more information please call or email:

Abigail Meyer

915-860-2515

 Abigail.Meyer@ag.tamu.edu

Connecting professionals, students and advocates to touch lives is the core essence of what the

Greater Southwest Family & Consumer Science Alliance is.

 

Educational programs of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service are open to all people
without regard to race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, or national origin.
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