Family and Consumer Sciences - Annual Report 2015
The Mississippi State University Extension Service Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) program strives to help Mississippi residents keep up with technology and changing lifestyles. We seek new ways to strengthen families, promote healthy lifestyles, assist with financial decisions, and develop community leaders by taking our programs to community centers, schools, churches, and other venues.
MSU Extension provides programs in nutrition, health, financial management, child development, and leadership development in all of Mississippi’s 82 counties. FCS is a vital link connecting the resources of the university to citizens across the state. FCS faculty members work with Extension agents to address important issues facing Mississippians. Extension agents with Family and Consumer Sciences responsibilities provided information to approximately 714,278 individuals during the 2014–15 year.
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