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In addition to traditional academic programs, ASUMH offers a variety of services to serve the community. Secondary Center classes are offered for students in K-12 schools in the area. Community Education classes are offered for life-long learning and are just for fun. There are no tests or grades and these short-term courses are not for credit. Workforce Training programs are often customized for business and industry and both for-credit and not-for-credit classes.
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At ASUMH, our Vision of “Creating Opportunities, Changing Lives” is all about students! We have a great staff who will support you from your first phone call or visit until you complete your degree. Whatever question you may have as a current, future, or former student, we are here to help you discover answers, realize your educational dreams, find a career, and have fun in the meantime! Reach out with the first step. We’ll grab your hand from there and hold on!
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Just as the ASUMH mission has meaning for students, it also encompasses our faculty and staff. This commitment shows in our efforts to provide Lifelong Learning through professional and personal development and training opportunities, Enhanced quality of life with our robust benefits package, flexible work-life balance, and a generous leave package, Academic Accessibility through education and tuition benefits, and Diverse Experiences through a culture that is respectful and mindful of our differences, yet inclusive in recognizing our sameness and unity in purpose. Our faculty and staff live the mission of LEAD every day.

ASUMH offers FREE classes through Pipeline to Advanced Manufacturing grant

Several free classes are scheduled to begin soon through the ASUMH Pipeline to Advanced Manufacturing program. The program has been established to foster a successful economic climate in Arkansas by developing a viable pipeline of individuals who are at various stages in becoming qualified job applicants. The classes are designed to equip a person with the knowledge and skills needed to cope with family and work issues in today’s world. Through partnerships with area agencies, organizations and manufacturers, the ASUMH Pipeline to Advanced Manufacturing program will help participants set and reach goals for self-sufficiency through education and life-skills classes. Upcoming classes include:

Getting Ahead in a Just-Getting-By World

This course is designed to help participants investigate how to move from just getting by to getting ahead in life. Participants will meet regularly to talk about how poverty and instability affects the community and themselves; to discuss problem-solving issues affecting the community and themselves; to learn about the hidden rules of economic class; to create a future story for themselves; and to identify resources, both human and financial. Students will earn $10 per session, and a completion bonus on the last day of class, up to $150 maximum.

Broadway Church of Christ in Yellville

Monday and Thursday evenings, 5:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Begins June 5 and ends July 10, 2017

Instructor: Cindy Young

Participants should pre-register by calling Amanda Herd, 870-508-6245 or Kim Lovelace, 870-508-6261

Classes are limited to 12 people.

There is no charge for the class.

St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Mountain Home

Wednesday afternoons, 2:00 – 4:30 p.m.

Begins June 7 and ends August 9, 2017

Instructor: Laura Johnson

Participants should pre-register by calling Amanda Herd, 870-508-6245 or Kim Lovelace, 870-508-6261

Classes are limited to 12 people.

There is no charge for the class.

Salvation Army in Mountain Home

Monday and Thursday afternoons, 2:00 – 4:30 p.m.

Begins June 5 and ends July 10, 2017

Instructor: Nathan Lueck

Participants should pre-register by calling Amanda Herd, 870-508-6245 or Kim Lovelace, 870-508-6261

Classes are limited to 12 people.

There is no charge for the class.

Ready2Work

An employment skills training program that addresses work responsibilities and soft skills necessary for successful employees as identified by area employers. This 16-hour course covers topics such as responsibility and self-management, employer expectations, the essentials of being a team member, resume and interview skills, and communication.

Goodwill Career Center in Mountain Home

May 30 and June 1 and 2, 2017, 9:30 – 2:30

(Tuesday, Thursday and Friday)

Instructor: Laura Johnson and Nathan Lueck

Participants should pre-register by calling Amanda Herd, 870-508-6245 or Kim Lovelace, 870-508-6261

Classes are limited to 12 people.

There is no charge for the class.

Cooking Matters

Cooking Matters for adults teaches participants about healthy meal preparation and sensible shopping on a limited budget. It is a six-session nutrition education program that teaches individuals and families the skills they need to cook healthy meals and get the most from their food budgets. It is a hands-on class in which participants learn about nutritious, low-cost ingredients and how to turn those ingredients into healthy, delicious meals for their families. Each session is two hours long and participants follow a recipe to prepare a food dish during the class. At the end of each class, participants are given the same ingredients used in class to make the same dish at home for their families.

St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Mountain Home

Wednesday evenings, 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Begins June 7 and ends July 12, 2017

Instructor: Kim Lovelace

Participants should pre-register by calling Amanda Herd, 870-508-6245 or Kim Lovelace, 870-508-6261

Classes are limited to 10 people.

There is no charge for the class.

For more information on the Pipeline to Advanced Manufacturing program at ASUMH, call Kim Lovelace, Director, at (870) 508-6261 or email at klovelace@asumh.edu.

May 19, 2017 01:30:00 PM

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