Meet new people who share your interests, learn a new hobby, hone your work skills, or have fun exploring something new! There is something for everyone to enjoy with non-credit classes through SUNY Broome Workforce Development and Continuing Education.
Check out our upcoming personal enrichment and professional development courses:
Preparing for a Career in Web Development
4:00 – 6:00 pm
Artist looking for an applied arts career? Coder looking for a shift toward scribing languages? Entrepreneur hoping to up your online presence? What does it take to enter the Web development industry? (an industry with a 13% growth rate) Learn the difference between design and development, content management systems and backend code, freelance work and corporate employment. Chat with a SUNY Broome professor about the ins and outs of this exciting career path.
10/27/21-11/17/21 (4 Wednesdays)
6:00 – 7:00 pm
Tired of the same old fitness routine? Join AFAA certified professional Allison Ellis as she blends different class styles together to build a powerhouse of a workout routine. Kickboxing, pilates, yoga, resistance training, dance, floor aerobics, circuits, kettlebells, medicine balls, stability balls, etc. You will build muscle, increase endurance, strength and flexibility, burn calories and improve your overall health. All fitness levels will be addressed. Bring a mat, water bottle and towel to class. Good supportive footwear is encouraged.
9:00 AM – 12:00 pm
Registration deadline: October 26
Participants will learn how to care for their knives and use them in an efficient way. They will learn to sharpen knives and understand how to best hold an edge. During the class they will also learn to make a basic stir fry utilizing the knife cuts they produce.
**Students are required to bring a hat and apron to class.
Craft Beer Brewing Workshop (Ages 21 and Above)
9:00 AM – 5:00 pm
Are you interested in craft beers, home brewing, or maybe opening your own microbrewery? Come to the new SUNY Broome microbrewery facility to learn the process from start to finish. Discover how the history of brewing goes hand in hand with the development of human civilization. Learn the basic steps and science behind the brewing of beer.
You can observe, or participate if you wish, in brewing a batch of beer using our new 3 bbl microbrewery system. The various types of beers, water chemistry, and measurement of pH, specific gravity, and calculation of alcohol content will also be discussed.
Please note that tuition waivers may be available for some programs for qualifying SUNY Broome faculty and staff.
Submitted by: Danielle Britton