The new year will soon be here, providing a chance to renew, learn and experience the joy of trying new things. A good slate of offerings will be available beginning in January at Northeast Texas Community College's Hanson-Sewell Center in Pittsburg.
"The Hanson-Sewell Center is here to serve our community. We offer a wide variety of classes in a location that is convenient for residents of Camp County and surrounding areas. We can also provide general student services, including advising, testing, and financial aid assistance," Judy Jackson, Director of the Hanson-Sewell Center, said.
Spring semester academic course offerings at the center will include: Fitness for Life, Small Farm Agriculture Processing; Micro and Macro Economics, Principles of Accounting I and II, History to 1877 and History Since 1877, Texas Government, Federal Government, Food Sanitation & Safety, Business Computer Applications, and Music Appreciation.
Each of these classes may be taken by students who are pursuing a degree/certificate, as well as anyone interested in taking the courses.
For those interested in taking classes for the pursuit of lifelong learning, other courses to consider include: Line Dancing and More, Cooking with Chef Reeves, Knitting for Beginners – Intermediate, Computers for Seniors, Build your Acting Skills To Get Discovered, Are You Smarter than Your Smartphone? and much more. A travel trip is being planned for mid-spring, watch the www.ntcc.edu/continuinged website for more details.
Hanson Sewell also offers GED classes for those who are in need of assistance and instruction. If you are interested in registering or learning more, please call Judy Jackson at 903-434-8393. The Hanson-Sewell Center is located at 237 College Street. It will be closed December 19 through January 1 for the holidays.