Heartland offering free community
education classes January 9
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[December 29, 2015]
- Heartland Community College is inviting the public to sample
free community education classes at CommunityScope. The event takes
place Saturday, January 9 from 9:00 a.m. to noon at the Workforce
Development Center on Heartland’s campus, 1500 W. Raab Road.
CommunityScope gives attendees the opportunity to try classes on
a variety of topics such as computers, art, wellness, cooking and
more. There will also be a class on how to become a community
education instructor for those interested in teaching. Each session
is 35 minutes in length.
Director of Community Education, Angie Coughlin, says the event is a
great way to see the assortment of classes available at Heartland.
“There’s such a wide spectrum of classes we offer,” she explained.
“CommunityScope is a chance to try classes and see if you might be
interested in taking the full course during the winter and spring.”
In addition to free classes, Community Education is offering a 25
percent discount to those who register for one or more community
education courses at CommunityScope. Coughlin notes the discount
cannot be combined with other discounts and does not apply to some
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Registration for the event is required. Attendees can register at the event or
ahead of time by going to heartland.edu/communityEd or by calling 309-268-8160.
Check-in and day-of registration for CommunityScope begins at 8:30 a.m.
For more information and to view a complete schedule, visit heartland.edu/communityEd.
[Becky Gropp, Heartland Community