Non-credit classes, seminars, and workshops are offered through the Community Based Education and Workforce Development Division. Designed to meet the needs of the widest possible cross-section of the community, these classes provide opportunities to improve upon or learn new skills in personal, interpersonal, professional, career, and creative areas. Community Education instructors are chosen for their expertise in particular fields of interest and UNMG is fortunate to benefit from the contributions of impressive local talent. Our goal is to create a stimulating and comfortable environment that encourages exploration of new ideas and experiences for kids, teens, adults, and families. Innovative programs designed to accommodate the ever changing needs and interests of the local population include College for Kids (a successful summer program consisting of diverse and challenging activities) and Drivers Training (Commercial Drivers License). Community Education also offers unique classes that invite family participation and encourage parental involvement in classes for kids.
New Classes (2018)
- Weaving Wonders
- Transportation Construction Career Readiness Program
- Workforce First Aid and CPR Training
- Class B License with Passenger Endorsement
- Commercial Driver’s License