AUBURN – AT&T has given Auburn University’s College of Business $200,000 to support the new Office of Professional and Career Development. AT&T gave the gift through its philanthropic arm, The AT&T Foundation.
The gift will be used for technological equipment and applications such as computers, database subscriptions and computerized assessment tools.
“Support from corporate sponsors such as AT&T allows us to provide a comprehensive program to prepare our students for successful entry and advancement in the workplace,” said Paul Bobrowski, College of Business dean. “Auburn University is committed to addressing the academic needs of business and industry and to improving the student learning experience both inside and outside the classroom.”
AUBURN – The Outreach Program Office of Auburn University has partnered with Educational Fitness Solutions Inc. to offer online professional certificates in various areas of health, fitness and nutrition.
The next series of these non-credit courses will begin in mid-March, with ongoing start dates, and are available in Nutrition for Optimal Health, Wellness, and Sports; Personal Fitness Training for Older Adults; Personal Fitness Training; Fitness Business Management; and Women’s Exercise Training and Wellness.
These Web-based courses provide interaction with faculty and instructors from colleges and universities, the allied health and medical field and the personal fitness training profession. They are designed to provide educational pathways and career opportunities to those in the emerging health and fitness industry; those in the allied health and medical field; and registered dietitians who want continuing educational units or credits.