The Culture of Dying in America

Explore the “taboo” subject of death in America by looking at it through the lens of reality. Learn about our fear of death, the dying process and what we can learn from death. 4 sessions.

 
Class #: 5722
Dates: Apr 11 – May 2
Week Day(s): TU
Times: 10:00a – 12:00p
Instructor: Kevorkian
Location: Tacoma Campus
Fee: $74

Spanish Conversation for Beginners

 Learn to speak and write in Spanish by using conversation with others on topics art, music, culture, food and family. Interactive and fun for all beginners. 9 sessions.

 
Class #: 5698
Dates: Apr 12 – June 7
Week Day(s): W
Times: 2:30p – 3:30p
Instructor: Curtis
Location: Tacoma Campus
Fee: $175

 
Class #: 5697
Dates: Apr 12 – June 7
Week Day(s): W
Times: 11:00a – 12:00p
Instructor: Curtis
Location: Gig Harbor Campus
Fee: $175

caregiving at the end of life

Whether you’re caring for a loved one or a paid caregiver, this class will teach you what you need to know about the dying process, caregiving, setting boundaries, and self care. In addition, you will learn about the grieving process and issues that often come about with caregiving such as guilt, resentment and regret. Hospice and palliative care will be explained, as well as what your rights are. 4 sessions. CEU/Clock hours available.

 
Class #: 5720
Dates: Apr 13 – May 4
Week Day(s): TH
Times: 10:00a-12:00p
Instructor: Kevorkian
Location: Gig Harbor Campus
Fee: $74

Clock Hour Option
 
Class #: 5721
Dates: Apr 13 – May 4
Week Day(s): TH
Times: 10:00a-12:00p
Instructor: Kevorkian
Location: Gig Harbor Campus
Fee: $94

let's talk: current healthcare topics

Learn about major ethical theories (like justice and autonomy) and use them in discussion about timely health care topics such as end of life care, research genetics, etc. No medical background necessary. 6 sessions

 
Class #: 5733
Dates: Apr 17 – May 22
Week Day(s): M
Times: 6:30p-8:00p
Instructor: Marcus-Smith
Location: Tacoma Campus
Fee: $74

Strategies for Maximizing Social Security and Preparing for Longterm Care

Social Security is very complex. We will take you through the choices and help ensure the decisions you make are ones best for your situation. In an instant, an accident of diagnosis can change your life and your family’s. Discover how long-term care can prepare you and your family–emotionally physically and financially. 1 session.

 
Class #: 5737
Dates: Apr 26
Week Day(s): W
Times: 6:00p-8:00p
Instructor: North
Location: Gig Harbor Campus
Fee: $19

Retire wisely with estate strategy essentials

Learn how to manage 6 risks all retirees face–outliving income, inflation, unpredictable events, market volatility, income taxes and rising health care costs–to help you maximize your retirement savings. Develop an estate strategy to help pass the right assets to the right people, trusts, and charities, and maximize your giving. 1 session.

 
Class #: 5738
Dates: May 3
Week Day(s): W
Times: 6:00p-8:00p
Instructor: North
Location: Gig Harbor Campus
Fee: $19

wild and wonderful wetlands

 Water is critical to all life. Learn how wetlands function to clean water and provide shelter and food for a wealth of plant and animal species–including us! 2 classroom sessions and 1 field trip.  

 
Class #: 5711
Dates: May 10 – May 24
Week Day(s): W
Times: 6:00p-7:00p
Instructor: Harbor WildWatch
Location: Gig Harbor Campus
Fee: $29

buzzworthy blogging

Use free templates to create a blog that will can use to express your ideas and share your thoughts with the world.  2 sessions.

 
Class #: 5691
Dates: May 11 – May 18
Week Day(s): TH
Times: 6:00p-7:00p
Instructor: Bradshaw
Location: Gig Harbor Campus
Fee: $39

mortgage lending demystified

Learn about the mortgage process, from from application to loan funding. Find out how credit affects rates and terms, and how to get the best mortgage program available. 2 sessions.

 
Class #: 5734
Dates: May 16 – May 18
Week Day(s): TU/TH
Times: 6:00p-8:00p
Instructor: Mesa
Location: Tacoma Campus
Fee: $49

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