Community members are welcome to enroll in free noncredit classes offered by Allan Hancock College Community Education in the spring.
This spring, Allan Hancock College Community Education is asking members of the community to sign up for free noncredit classes.
Numerous interesting courses covering a wide range of topics, such as wellness, technology, job development, English language acquisition, arts and crafts, and GED preparation, are offered as noncredit seminars this spring. A friendly and inclusive environment is offered by the noncredit classes to both new and returning students, as well as lifelong learners.
There is more to community education than merely taking classes. “It’s a gateway to prospects, the initial phase of an academic and individual expedition,” stated Sofia Ramirez Gelpi, Dean of Academic Affairs at Hancock. “From learning English to moving on to credit programs, we provide students from all walks of life with a supportive learning environment that fosters personal growth and will help them achieve their educational goals.”
English as a second language, home economics, basic computer skills, GED and citizenship preparation, and workshops for older folks in jewelry-making, painting, and sketching are among the noncredit offerings for this spring.
Community Education also offers tuition-free career preparation classes in childcare, green landscaping, and gardening, as well as commercial truck driving, for students wanting to upskill or change careers. A lot of these courses will assist students in earning professional certifications or provide a route to degree-granting credit units.
A number of fee-based noncredit classes in community education are also available, such as symphonic band, beekeeping, creative journaling, financial literacy, and many others.
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