Community Education offers interesting and affordable adult and youth classes in a safe and comfortable environment. We have workshops to help you get in shape, retool for a new career, improve your skills to increase your employment value or learn a new hobby. Explore our diverse schedule of classes designed to accommodate the educational needs of our community for reasonable prices. Select your favorites and register today!
If your goal is to earn a certificate or degree, or to transfer from Heartland Community College to a four year college, you will need credit courses.
Grant funded Safety Training to Encourage Profitable Services (STEPS) classes have been scheduled during May. With the assistance of the Bloomington Normal Community Campus Committee (BNCCC) and available grant funding, the May STEPS classes will be offered for FREE to servers and sellers who work in McLean county. View the flyer for training dates and complete details.
Community Education is excited to announce that we have received a grant from the Illinois Prairie Community Foundation enabling us to offer six full, need-based scholarships for youth technology classes for summer 2015. We will offer three scholarships for grades 3-5 and three scholarships for grades 6-8. Each student will be awarded full tuition for one technology course from a list of available classes. The deadline to apply is Friday, May 29, 2015. To apply please complete and submit this application form (PDF). Complete details are available on the application form.
If you are interested in teaching for Community Education at our campuses in Normal, Lincoln or Pontiac, please visit our Instructors Wanted page to see the instruction areas needed, as well as details on how to submit an application.