Designed to be fresh, new, original and fun
FRANKFORT, Ky. (April 25, 2017) — Kentucky State University is launching the Institute for Lifelong Learning, which intends to allow the entire Frankfort community to find courses that appeal to them for personal development and professional growth.
The institute will offer credit and non-credit courses such as Supper with Spanish, English to Speakers of Second Language (ESOL) to Dinner and a Movie, belly dancing and wine tasting.
It also will offer courses for teachers and social workers who want to engage in continued education training credits.
Courses will vary from three-weekend workshops to six-week seminars.
“These classes are fresh, new, original and fun,” said Associate Provost Dr. Lorna Shaw-Berbick, who organized and developed the institute. “The institute also will help high school students who would like extra help in Spanish, writing, math, or professionals in need of continuing education units.”