Continuing Education at Saint Paul College | St. Paul MN - saint paul adult education


saint paul adult education - Education | Saint Paul, Minnesota

Thank you for all that you do. We made a new friend during the tour and also ran into an old friend who was also on the tour. And isn't that just the point - to bring all of us together?! Continuing education classes at Saint Paul College offer an array of personal enrichment non-credit courses designed to enhance your life and explore new interests in St. Paul, Minnesota. Taught by talented instructors, our courses make the most of the wide resources offered by Saint Paul College.

To learn more about investments Saint Paul is making towards enhancing the quality of education for Saint Paul residents and their children, visit Mayor Coleman's . Adults 16 and over are welcome to participate in adult classes (unless otherwise specified). Classes fill quickly. Register today! We have classes that fit every interest!

Environmental Education. Saint Paul Parks and Recreation's Natural Resources division offers many educational and volunteer programs for youth and adults. Environmental Education. Fee Assistance Program. Saint Paul Parks and Recreation is committed to making every one of its activities accessible to all, no matter the cost. Fee Assistance. We have been helping businesses and organizations throughout the metro area stay informed about advancements in continuing education in St. Paul and best practices pertinent to workplace skills, leadership, organizational sustainability, and business solutions. We provide continuing education at Saint Paul College for the following.

In memory of Lyle Swanson, the first Community Education Director of Saint Paul Public Schools. Contributions go toward scholarships for youth in need to participate in . North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale, MN Community Education offers a wide variety of classes for all ages abilities and cultures. Harmony Adult Education provides free educational programs and services for students who wish to receive their GED, learn English, or brush up on basic skills.