As people head into 2022, one of the most common New Year’s resolutions is likely to be improving overall health. West Virginia University Extension experts are ready to help with that resolution.
West Virginia University
Extension 4-H youth development programs in Harrison County will benefit
from a $50,000 endowment created to assist with the needs of community and
special interest clubs across the county.
West Virginia University Extension will host informational financial aid sessions geared toward prospective college students and their parents or guardians. The sessions will take a comprehensive look at how the financial aid process works.