01.19.2017 Filed Under: Community
West Shore Community College’s Business & Community Education (BCE) winter 2017 season program is underway and community members can enroll online for classes, events and workshops.
From fitness classes, arts and crafts, technology workshops, thought-provoking seminars, office and business trainings, the BCE program has something for everyone.
New this session is Exploration Saturdays; family oriented classes including Easter egg painting, model building, and cardboard adventures. Explore the philosophies of people who still influence our culture today including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Albert Einstein.
In more business focused trainings, community members can participate in a variety of communication, computer application, and finance workshops. Also being offered is a five week course on the Microsoft Office suite.
“Business and Community Education is an opportunity for our community members to participate in activities that may otherwise be unavailable, to further explore hobbies, or to enhance a particular skill set. We are always looking for ways to expand our offerings, and we have several new classes this session based upon suggestions we received,” states Crystal Young, Director of the Business Opportunity Center.
>Registration for the BCE classes is underway and continues throughout the season. Additional programs are available at local chamber offices, libraries, and senior centers.
For a full schedule of noncredit classes offered by BCE and to register, click here.
For help navigating online registration, call (231)843-5825.
Author: Thomas Hawley | Executive Director of College Communications & Community Engagement
Tags: Community Event