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Posted on Jan, 07 2013

At the beginning of every year, people all over the world resolve to improve something in their life. The most common resolutions include everything from eating healthier to learning something new. Unfortunately, these are also the most commonly broken resolutions! If you added learning something new to your goals for 2013, you have come to the right place.

While we offer a variety of online classes for credit, noncredit, and professional development, we also offer many face-to-face classes and presentations in Fargo, ND.  January is shaping to be a very busy month for us and we wanted to let you know of all the opportunities available!

ALCOPOPS, AMEDS, SLIDS: What you don’t know CAN hurt you!

January 15, 2013
6:30 – 8:00pm
NDSU Beckwith Hall
(12th Ave & Boley Dr. N)

This free presentation covers important topics related to drug use and abuse. The emerging trend for young adults include Bath Salts- not the kind you use in your bath tub, synthetic marijuana, and the dangers of combining alcohol and energy drinks. He will cover the various street names, signs and symptoms of usage, risk factors and side effects, legal concerns, and current marketing strategies directed at adolescents and young adults. Read More

Getting Out of Junior High: A Lifetimes Work

January 16, 2013
9:00am – 4:00pm
1919 N University Dr. D104

Living a healthy and disciplined life requires changing a variety of thoughts, beliefs, attitudes, and behavior tactics. This seminar focuses on a variety of mental factors that bring frustration, agitation, conflict, and distress into adult life, much of which results from failure to bring control to one’s own mind. Gain a better understanding of how grown-ups, who are expected to be adults, continue to act as if they are in junior high. Read More

Money Management Series

February 19-April 23, 2013
Tuesdays 7:00 – 8:00pm
1919 N University Dr. D104

Join Todd Olson for his Money Management Series and explore strategies for saving and investing that prepare you for your golden years.  Four sessions will cover topics including Investment Basics, College Planning, Retirement Income Planning, and Long Term Care Planning. Read More

Make sure to check our Calendar of Events for regular updates throughout the year!

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