Building Strong Families offers Free Career Education classes

Submitted by: Building Strong Families Healthy Marriage Project a
U.S. Health and Human Services initiative.

Building Strong Families is conducting Free Career Education classes
in Winston, Choctaw and Oktibbeha Counties. The classes are available
to those who have completed the BSF marriage education workshop. BSF
Marriage Educator, Megan Artz, teaches resume writing, interviewing
skills, and team building to students who are looking to improve
their marketability in the job place. BSF is also offering free
skills training; welding, certified nursing assistant, carpentry,
manufacturing skills, and electrical skills are among the classes
being offered through this program. The next class will be held in
Starkville, April 15th-18th from 5pm-9pm at the Emerson Family
Resource Center. For more information contact Megan Artz at

Dr. Joan Butler and the entire staff of Family Centered Programs
invite the residents of Oktibbeha, Winston, and Choctaw Counties to
take advantage of the many free classes being offered through the
Building Strong Families project such as parenting, how to manage
your money, career exploration, and marriage mentoring. Family
Centered Programs is a division of the Starkville School District
located at 307 South Jackson Street-Green Street Entrance in
Starkville, Mississippi. For more information on becoming involved or
hosting the programs contact Project Manager Dr. George Miller at