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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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13 Aug Posted by in Events | Comments

Atwood Model Highlights: The 12 Permaculture Principles

The Permaculture Flower In 2013, NEXT Steps began integrating the 12 Permaculture Principles into the design and operations of Atwood Community Gardens & Urban Farm. The 12 permaculture design principles are thinking tools, that when used together, allow us to creatively re-design our environment and our behavior in a world of less energy and resources. […]

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10 Aug Posted by in Events | Comments

Community Gardening Basics Infosheet #8

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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06 Aug Posted by in Events, Uncategorized | Comments

Some Of The Richest People In The World Are Not Millionares, They Are Volunteers

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 Aug Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

August’s Permaculture Principle

Principle 8: Integrate Rather Than Segregate “Many hands make light work” By putting the right things in the right place, relationships develop between them and they support each other. This icon represents a group of people from a bird’s-eye view, holding hands in a circle together. The space in the center could represent “the whole […]

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