The future of Georgia is Continuing and Professional Education. The Department of Education predicts the number of non-traditional-age students to rise to a far higher rate than the number of traditional-age students. Classes, conferences and seminars hosted by Continuing Education Units result in a $637 million dollar boost for the state’s economy. Therefore, the value of professional certificates is crucial to the growing workforce and to Georgia’s economic development and impact. (Source: GA CE Department Economic Impact Report)
Culinary Apprenticeship Grad’s Food Truck Open for Business
Graduates of our Culinary Apprenticeship Certificate program can be found fulfilling their career goals at restaurants in the metro Atlanta area. However, more are venturing out as entrepreneurs. David Johnson, 2015 graduate, is the newest chef to add business owner... read more ❯
Did You Know?
You probably get our Course Catalog in the mail and plan to register for a class or two. However, did you know our building used to be a mall or that you’ll be learning from award-winning instructors?
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10 Things Every Adult Learner Knows to Be True
There are a few things that we lifelong learners can all identify with. Do a few of these sound familiar? Going back to school as an adult isn't always easy, but it is rewarding.
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