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Blog SALS June 21, 2016
Civic Engagement Workshop
Coming to our Beards Fork Community Center on Aug 5th! You are invited to attend one of our 2016 Civic Engagement Workshops being held around the state (Morgantown, Martinsburg, and Oak Hill). Register now!!!!   More
Tagged: Clean electionsCommunity service
Blog SALS October 26, 2015
SALS 2015
This video provides an overview of the Southern Appalachian Labor School (SALS), a non-profit organization based in Fayette County, West Virginia. More
Tagged: AmeriCorpsCommunity serviceHousingVistaYouthBuild
Blog SALS October 22, 2015
Tips on Open Enrollment for Medicaid
Open Enrollment for Medicaid Expansion will be from November 1, 2015 until January 31, 2016. There are several changes that everyone needs to realize. More
Tagged: Health
Blog SALS July 2, 2015
Rafting Trips Information – Special Southern Appalachia Labor School Rates
America’s Best Whitewater is right in our backyard. More
Tagged: Rafting
Blog SALS December 18, 2013
Southern Appalachian Labor School
View a SALS PowerPoint presentation More
Tagged: AmeriCorpsCommunity serviceHousingSocial justiceVistaYouthBuild
Blog SALS December 18, 2012
A Message from Senator Rockefeller More
Tagged: Community serviceSocial justice
Blog SALS September 11, 2012
Music of Coal
The Lonesome Pine Office on Youth announces the release of the two-CD set “Music of Coal: Mining Songs from the Appalachian Coalfields.” More
Tagged: CoalMusic
Blog SALS December 6, 2007
Craft Factory Brochure
All crafts in this brochure are constructed by AmeriCorps, WIA, DOL, and YouthBuild members by using recycled materials from SALS Housing jobsites. More
Tagged: AmeriCorpsCommunity serviceYouthBuild
Blog SALS August 25, 2005
Collaborations for Change: Who’s Playing and Who’s Winning in Community-Based Organization Led Development in Rural Appalachia
My involvement with this research began in 1996 as an assistant professor of sociology at West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVUIT). There I worked with the Southern Appalachian Labor School (SALS) attending board meetings, evaluating programs, and conducting research. More
Tagged: Community serviceEconomySocial justice
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