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The NEXT Steps Youth Entrepreneur Program

Our Mission: To introduces youth and young adults to career pathways within science, technology, engineering and mathematics (S.T.E.M.) industries: strategic planners, business development managers, special event coordinators, investigative researchers, community service organizers and environmental stewards and engineers. *** New Service Site! *** DeKalb International Student Center 2383 N. Druid Hills Road, Atlanta, GA 30329

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Register For Our NEW Online Executive Management Training Course

Register For Our NEW Online Executive Management Training Course NS-SBI: Business Consultation Course $100  

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16 Jul Posted by in Events | Comments

Atwood Model Highlights: Atwood-White Street Triangle & The Atlanta Beltline

Our Vision In June 2011, NEXT Steps adopted the Atwood-White Street Triangle through Park Pride/City of Atlanta to become an affiliate of the Atlanta Beltline in the West End. (We thought it was pretty cool, too, that the name of the park had Atwood in it.) Though tiny, we envisioned an area where users of […]

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13 Jul Posted by in Events | Comments

Community Gardening Basics Infosheet #7

This Community Gardening Basics Infosheet is from The Growing Community: Starting and Nurturing Community Gardens Series. Originally written by David Corkill for organic gardening courses at Fern Ave Community Garden. To download a copy of this infosheet, click here.  

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09 Jul Posted by in Events, Uncategorized | Comments

Your Reward Lies In Your Depth Of Commitment, Your Quality Of Service, And The Product Of Your Devotion

IT’S TIME TO VOLUNTEER AT ATWOOD!!! Every 1st & 2nd Saturday, Monthly 9:00am – 12:00 Noon Atwood Community Cleanups are our community service events where individuals, groups, families, kids (ages 3+) and anyone else can come and complete their community service hours*. Volunteers help us turn underutilized or abandoned lots into beautiful, family-friendly green spaces […]

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02 Jul Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

July’s Permaculture Principle

Principle 7: Design From Patterns To Details “Can’t see the forest for the trees” By stepping back, we can observe patterns in nature and society. These can form the backbone of our designs, with the details filled in as we go. Every spider’s web is unique to its situation, yet the general pattern of radial […]

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