Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning is a department that engages in innovative community-based programming that fosters cultural and intellectual teaching and learning with an emphasis on creative expression, social interaction, global understanding, and personal satisfaction.

Lifelong Learning creates classes for diverse populations / communities based on need. These courses offer opportunities reflecting the needs of business, industry, professional and public service agencies, and community services.

Following are some of the diverse classes and programs offered at Edgecombe Community College. If you are interested in a class that you do not see listed, please contact us.

Beekeeping 101 Beginner Tap Dancing Beginning Guitar Cake Decorating
Concealed Gun Carry Cooking Schools Crochet for Beginners Crochet Handmade Gifts Project Class
Distress Furniture DIY Wooden Pallets Fitness Classes Genealogy Websites
Golf Basics Gunsmithing Metal Finishing Gunsmithing Wood Finishing Intermediate Guitar
Introduction to Geneaology Introduction to MS Excel Introduction to MS Word Introduction to Piano
Introduction to Pottery Introduction to PowerPoint Introduction to Reading Music Introduction to Scrapbooking
Introduction to Stage Dancing iPad for Newbies iPhone for Newbies Keyboarding
Landscaping Motorcycle Safety N.C. Architecture Simple Computers
Spanish for the Workplace Storytelling Timberframing Wreath Making

Contacts:

Gwen Hyman
Program Administrator
hymang@edgecombe.edu
Room 102, Barnes Building, Rocky Mount Campus
(252) 823-5166, ext. 357

J. Lynn Cale
Associate Vice President of Instruction
calel@edgecombe.edu
Office 156, Fleming Building, Tarboro Campus
(252) 823-5166, ext. 249