Upcoming AAFCS January Webinars

January Webinars – Register Now!

Live & Archived Webinars are a member benefit!
AAFCS Professional, Emeritus & Student Members attend for FREE!

Seating is limited, so reserve your spot today!

Want to attend for free?  Click here to join AAFCS!

The Career Pathways in the FCS Classroom
Tuesday, January 15 – 4 PM EST
Inspire career confidence in your FCS classroom by illustrating the broad scope of the career options available in the FCS Career Pathway courses. Learn how to integrate FCCLA tools and resources to bring career exploration to life! This webinar will be a “can’t miss” for FCCLA Advisers and FCS teachers who want to ensure they are showcasing the Career Pathways focus in their courses through FCCLA integration.  Click to Register!

Start Simple: NEW MyPlate Resources and Tools
Wednesday, January 23 – 4 PM EST
The Start Simple with MyPlate campaign will provide ideas and tips from the five MyPlate food groups Americans can easily incorporate into their busy lives to help improve their health and well-being over time. There are many ideas that fit a variety of food preferences, health goals, lifestyles, and budgets.  Starting simple can lead to realistic and positive lifestyle changes to achieve a longer and healthier life. Attend this session to learn more about the resources and tools to launch and promote the campaign in your classroom, community, or organization. Click to Register!

Teen Trends: Insights into Generation Z
Tuesday, January 29 – 4:30 PM EST
Social media, technology use, gun violence, obesity, and mental health issues are just some of the national headlines about today’s teens.  The question is, are the headlines consistent with what is reported through national data sets?  This webinar will highlight key youth trends such as engagement in risky behaviors, health indicators, technology use, youth employment, and educational attainment.   The presentation discuss how teachers, families, and community members see these trends play out in their own lives and communities.  A time for discussion about implications for FCS program delivery will also be included in the webinar.   Click to Register!

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