WMU-Grand Rapids seeks personal enrichment proposals
Aug. 20, 2007
KALAMAZOO--Western Michigan University's Grand Rapids campus is seeking instructors and course proposals for its new Personal Enrichment Program.
WMU's Beltline campus will offer noncredit adult education classes beginning in January. The Personal Enrichment Program will feature classes in a variety of special interest areas such as flower arranging, crafts, food, fitness and self-help. Holiday workshops and special events will also be offered as part of the new program.
The search is currently under way for instructors and course proposals. A teaching degree is not required. Anyone interested in teaching a class in which they have expertise should contact Jean Hibbard, WMU-Grand Rapids student services coordinator, at (616) 771-9470 for an instructor application and course proposal form.
WMU's Graduate Center in Grand Rapids offers graduate degree programs in social work, education, business, counseling and engineering at two campus locations, 2333 E. Beltline, S.E. and downtown at 200 Ionia, S.W.
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