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Community Education Corner: Teach a class for the community

The deadline to submit classes for fall is coming up mid-July, so if you would like more information about teaching a class, please contact us soon at 218-879-1261.

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Do you have a hobby that you enjoy? Would you like to share it with your community? If so, consider teaching a Cloquet Community Education class!

We are always looking for those willing to share their knowledge and interests. In addition to sharing your passion, teaching Community Education classes helps to develop presentation skills. Being an instructor is also a great way to build your resume, and it’s a fun way to make a little extra money teaching something you enjoy.

Community Education classes cover many topics and interests including crafts, languages, computers, photography, home repair, fishing, traveling and writing. Fitness and healthy eating classes are also a hit!

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You can choose to teach a one-time evening class or to teach over a period of several weeks if you need more time. With COVID-19, we now have instructors teaching via Zoom or putting together webinars and materials that can be viewed at any time and by anyone, including people out of state. They are even teaching both in person and online at the same time!

We can work with you to help come up with a class structure that best fits your material. We can provide an appropriate space with the technology you need to put on a great class. Your class will be advertised in our LumberLog catalog of courses, as well as on our website. The deadline to submit classes for fall is coming up mid-July, so if you would like more information about teaching a class, please contact us soon at 218-879-1261.

"Community Education Corner," published weekly in the Pine Journal, features news from Community Education programs in Carlton County.

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