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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April Events in Community Education
Introduction to Wine Making
This was held on Saturday April 11. We had a great turnout and the class had a lot of fun.
Money Grows on Trees and Bushes Part II
Wednesday April 22 – 6-8pm Location: Quality Inn West Branch Cost: FREE
Retail Salemanship and the Zen of Making the Sale
Thursday April 23 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Retail Salesmanship and the Zen of Making the Sale
Local artist and fun person Linda Stevens takes to the stage of the Gilbert I Stuart Auditorium to tackle retail salesmanship. Good salespeople deliver products effectively. Great sales people solve your problems and meet your needs. Linda is an established artist and a member of the AuSable Artisan Village Gallery. She brings with her a lifetime of sales experience. Her career as an insurance agent fine-tuned her skills in salesmanship. This seminar will help you identify strengths, minimize deficits, and learn to overcome the angst of sales. This event if FREE and open to the public.