There are many programs and services provided by the Alabama Humanities Foundation (AHF), such as training and scholarships for teachers, college-level opportunities for high-school students, and interesting and diverse learning opportunities to citizens of cities and small towns throughout Alabama.
SUPER (Schools and University Partners for Educational Renewal) Teacher Program brings together university scholars and teachers at weeklong residential institutes and one-day workshops in the summer.
Jenice Riley Memorial Scholarships, awarded to Alabama elementary teachers looking to further their professional development through this $1,000 award.
SUPER Emerging Scholars Program, is a program designed to aid high-school students from communities statewide to develop the reading, writing and critical thinking skills necessary for success beyond high school.
Road Scholars Speakers Bureau, provides more than 65 topics by over 40 speakers who are experts in fields from Alabama history and folklore to current world events, musicology and American history.
MOMS (Museum on Main Street), traveling exhibitions for small towns, conducted in partnership with the Smithsonian Institution.