The Continuing Education department often offers “enrichment” programs and other courses designed to provide participants with personal growth opportunities. These are short, non-credit programs offered during evening or weekend hours.
Previous enrichment programs have covered topics including life and retirement planning, IRS exam preparation, Spanish for the pre-hospital care provider, Spanish courses for College staff members, and craft beer making.
To learn what types of enrichment courses are currently being offered, contact Katie Lavelle, Assistant to the Dean of Continuing Education, at (570) 961-7882.
Essential Eating, with Janie Quinn: To be announced.
Janie Quinn is the founder of Essential Eating and the award-winning author of a series of Essential Eating books. As an organic whole foods chef, eco-expert and professional educator, her passion is sharing the lifestyle that restored her health.
The Essential Eating Lifestyle Class teaches a complete eating lifestyle to improve your well-being based on great tasting, nutritious foods that are easy to digest. Certified Essential Eating Cooking Guides teach you an eating lifestyle and a plan for simple living that you can easily follow forever.
Classes are between two and three hours long and are held in the organic classroom kitchen located in the Healey Academic Center, 415 N. Washington Ave., Scranton.