Do your New Year's resolutions include improving your career prospects and/or just learning more in the way of personal enrichment?
Truckee Meadows Community College, Reno, Nevada.
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If either is the case, you can go a long way toward reaching your goals through the classes and programs offered by Workforce Development and Continuing Education (WDCE), a department of Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC). These are non-credit college courses.
WDCE business and career training, and personal enrichment courses cover a wide variety of topics. Some career courses provide essential certifications for certain jobs. Others may help you do your current job better or point you to a new career. Personal enrichment classes can help you further an existing interest and possibly turn you on to a brand new avenue to explore. There are even online courses for those who can't get out to personally attend classes or who prefer a solo learning experience.
Even though there is no college credit given, classes offered by the Workforce Development and Continuing Education program are not free. WDCE is supported by student fees and receives no tax money.
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