Whether you are an employer, employee, entrepreneur, new student, or a lifelong learner we have an opportunity for you to:
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Welcome to Clark College’s Community and Continuing Education page where you’ll find non-credit learning opportunities for the community, mature learners, professionals looking to upskill or re-skill themselves and for businesses and nonprofits who want to stay on the cutting edge of technology, healthcare, leadership/management and so much more. View our online catalog, courses begin soon.
-Dr. Sachi Horback, Vice President of Instruction at Clark College
Upskilling or re-skilling employees has the power to change lives and increase ROI for your company. Organizations that see the value in re-skilling will be able to reinvest the average $25,000 cost associated with replacing and training new talent.
Community and Continuing Education classes are Clark College's non-credit course options and they are often connected to academic pathways at Clark College.
We think you’ll fall in love with your non-credit class and/or instructor and you will want to build on this experience with a credit-based degree or certificate. View Clark College's six areas of study that make up the 100 degree and certificate programs available in SW Washington.
Whether you want to gain new skills to advance your current career or you're thinking about starting a new one, check out the opportunities to get certified at your own pace.