EEaSe into spring with a cooking or fitness class sponsored by NMC Extended Education. There are lots of options for foodies to choose from like Cooking with Fresh Herbs or Endless Summer: Canning, Freezing and Preserving. For those of you looking for some action, checkout Qigong or learn Fly Fishing: Introductory Workshop. Regardless of your interests, you can find a class that appeals to you. If you sign up in May you will earn DOUBLE the points on your Wellness Scorecard. (more…)
The following classes are offered through our Extended Education and can be used to help build your NMC competencies. (more…)
Two popular NMC-EES instructors will lead a 10-day trip to experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of Spain. Two renowned cities are highlights of the visit with three nights in Madrid followed by a high-speed rail trip to Barcelona for five nights. Art, architecture, music, culture, the old and new, fun people and excellent leaders, October 10-19.
For details go to this web page or visit nmc.edu/ees (click on events). You can also call the EES office at 995-1700 to receive a brochure. Cost of $4559 includes travel from Traverse City. If you know someone who might be interested in this trip of a lifetime, please share this information! (more…)
Kudos to the entire NMC community for extending a friendly smile and helpful hand to parents, grandparents, instructors, and especially our future learners as we shared our campuses this summer with 73 instructors and a record breaking 1,808 kids participating in the 8-week EES College for Kids program. EES appreciates the support of so many from media services to the staff and custodians in the heavily used buildings of Parsons Stulen, Scholars Hall, Oleson Center, Fine Arts, PE, and the University Center. A big thank you goes out to all of you. We couldn’t do it without you.
NMC’s Makers Bay is a space dedicated to the growing community of makers and do-it-yourself (DIY) projects including robotics.
The learning lab provides you with the equipment, tools, components, and technical assistance to create your DIY project. Join the community of new and experienced makers and learn, play, create, and share.
The class will run for 15 Mondays: Sept. 9-Dec. 16, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. in the Parsons/Stulen Bldg. Rm. 157 with instructor Keith Kelly.
The cost of this exciting new class is just $300 and registration can be done online here using code 2351 for this course, by phone at (231) 995-1700, by mail with the registration form found inside the EES catalog, or in person at the NMC University Center on Cass Road.