Would you like to learn something new — without the cost of a college course and the pressure of being a student? Kirtland’s Community Education program is perfect for you. Classes and workshops are designed to be affordable, valuable and enhance your quality of life. Call (989) 275-5000, ext. 279 to register for any of our Community Education classes.
Attn: Kirtland Community College retirees. Recently the Kirtland Board of Trustees passed an amendment to the policy regarding scholarships and other benefits for past employees. If you were granted emeritus or honoree status, once a semester you are entitled to one free noncredit class. Either you or an immediate family member can claim this free class. There are no fees of any sort if you claim the class as a retiree.
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Current Events in Community Education
CEC 13307 Basic Car Care for Winter is a three (3) hour overview of how to get your vehicle ready for winter and what you need to have on hand to be safe. Instructor Dean Van Wormer has over 15 years of experience with a local GM dealership service department along with two years of instructing automotive students at our Roscommon Campus. Dean is truly a “Car Guy” and he has a unique ability to translate nuts and bolts into ideas that the average driver can take home and apply immediately. Dean is truly up-to-date and will show you how to be safe on our local roads and highways. Basic Car Care for Winter is Tuesday December 15th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Automotive Lab on the Roscommon Campus. Call (989) 275-5000 Ext. 279 to register. Cost – $24