Responses to a survey could impact area programs.
Until April 1, a situation analysis survey is being run by the Prince William Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE).
VCE provides classes on a variety of topics, such as finances, nutrition and parenting, according to a release from Prince William County.
Through the survey, the cooperative hopes to determine the needs of community members and how to share information with them.
“If they would rather do an online training at 3 a.m., they could go and get the resources there rather than attending a class,” VCE Prince William Unit Director Paige Thacker said in a release. “If a significant number of people say that they want something like that, it might be something we should consider.”
Survey takers will be able to share training preferences and rate class topics, as well.
Participants may finish the questionnaire on the county’s website. They may also print it, fill it out and mail it to Virginia Cooperative Extension, Prince William Unit, 8033 Ashton Avenue, Suite 105, Manassas, VA 20109.