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Continuing Education

Non-credit programs in the areas of professional development and personal development.

Continuing Education offers a variety of in-person and online, non-credit courses and certification preparation programs for community members and business partners. Browse our selection below to find something for YOU!

  • General Investing

    In this class we will discuss and work through the following topics:
    o Vehicles – 401k, IRA, Roth IRA, UTMA, etc
    o Fund types – Mutual funds, ETFs, etc
    o Platforms – Etrade, Robinhood, etc
    o Fees
    o Basics of compound interest
  • Graphic Design/Marketing for Business

    Do you have to create your own marketing material for your business?  Need a little help when it comes to advertising, graphic design, and text?  This course will teach you how to create those sales bulletins, marketing flyers and announcements that will get your company seen.
  • Highlight Your Passions, Skills, and Gifts

    This course focuses on identifying your desired outcomes for the next phase of life and the preparation needed to get there. Topics include change/transition, articulation of personal values, and an understanding of your current and potential financial reality.
  • Hip Hop

    In this class we will be learning how to dance in the style of modern Hip-Hop.  You will be taught basic concepts of hip-hop elements to assist in your learning in dance. This is a fun, beginning level course.
  • Introduction to to Reiki

    Reiki is a non-invasive energy practice said to facilitate healing and bring about a feeling of calmness. Let’s practice self reiki and long distance reiki.
  • Introduction to Voicovers

    Explore the fun, rewarding possibilities of the voiceover industry! Discover current trends and how they make it easy and affordable for just about anyone to get involved. You’ll learn about different types of voiceovers and tools you’ll need to find success. Your instructor, a professional voice actor from Voices For All, will take notes as you read a real script in this one-on-one video chat setting, and offer some coaching to improve your delivery. You’ll receive a professional voiceover evaluation later. One-time, 90-minute, introductory class. Learn more at
  • Japanese History and Mythology I

    This course will provide a basic overview of the history of the Japanese archipelago from the migration of people to the archipelago to the Kamakura period. We will then learn about the many mythologies that exist throughout the Japanese culture, ranging from the mythical origin story to discussions about Himiko, to the very strong idea the Japanese Culture was the one true culture determined by the gods.
  • Japanese History and Mythology II

    In this class we will study the periods from the Kamakura period through the Modern Reiwa period. This class will mostly be focused on the History of Japan during these periods and how they have shaped what we know as Modern Japan now. If you are interested in Samurai and the World Wars this will be the class to take.
  • Japanese I

    In this course we will learn the first of the three alphabets of Japanese, Hiragana as well as basic communication, including vocabulary and basic Japanese sentence structure and grammar. This course is perfect for beginners looking to learn a new exotic language, for those that are wanting to travel after Covid-19 eases up, or just looking to refresh. Along with learning vocabulary and the writing system, we will also discuss important aspects about Japanese culture.
  • Japanese III

    In this intermediate class, will focus specifically on Japanese grammar, sentence creation and Kanji. This class is not recommended if you don’t have a good handle on Hiragana and Katakana as we will only do a short review of these and then will be fully utilizing these writing systems through the class.