Community Health Workers in WV Learn New Tech Skills

In December at the Tamarack Conference Center in Beckley, three community health workers from southern West Virginia learned how to use a free online project management tool called Trello. The instructor, Sheila Blake, a consultant from Beckley, provided everyone instructions on such things as how to use and create boards to manage tasks, post comments, and upload and attach work reports.

Future Generations Fall Newsletter 2013

Future Generations
October, 2013

This Fall 2013 newsletter of Future Generations and Future Generations Graduate School features photos and stories on:

  • New President, Everett Ressler
  • Graduation of the Inaugural Kathryn W. Davis Peacebuilding Class
  • Success Mapping and Peer Exchanges in Haiti
  • Partnership-Based Approach for Peru Community Health
  • West Virginia Veteran Friendly Communities
  • Women's Self-Help Groups in India
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West Virginia Veterans Center in Logan County Opens Computer Lab

HENLAWSON — The Logan Veterans Center hosted a grand opening of a new computer lab and associated learning opportunities for rural vets Tuesday, July 9. The lab, equipped with 10 computer stations provided by Future Generations Rural America and Mission WV, will assist vets in accessing a wide range of learning opportunities and available resources.


The Technology Innovation Team supports the mission of Future Generations by:

  • Exploring the use of innovative technologies within the organization
  • Promoting the use of appropriate and sustainable technology
  • Collaborating with the other innovation teams to apply these technologies to their areas of focus
  • Building and supporting frameworks for the sharing and dissemination of knowledge
  • Empowering communities through universal access to the internet

For more information, please contact Technology Innovations Team Coordinator, Damian Christey at

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