Take Part in Small Business Week
If you are a small business owner or entrepreneur, make sure you take advantage of the events we’re offering to help grow your success, including conferences, presentations and courses. Events are offered from Monday – Friday, March 2 – 6. Learn more.
Enjoy the Savings and Fun at the Penguin Random House Book Fair
Take advantage of discounted book prices, meeting local and national authors for book talks and signings, and much more at on Saturday, March 7 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Plus, bring the kids to participate in a variety of children’s activities. Kick-off events start Friday, March 6. Learn more.
Get Free Assistance on Career Choices
Explore your career training options on Monday, March 23 from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. in A125. Carroll offers free monthly drop-in sessions for you to learn important factors you need to consider when pursing career training. Also, learn about credit and non-credit options and which is best for you. Learn more.
Prepare for Your High School Diploma with Adult Education
Earning a high school diploma is the first step towards furthering your education and getting a better job. Our GED Preparation classes and External Diploma Program can lead you to that first step. Attend our upcoming orientation sessions. Learn more.
Learn to Provide Mental Health Guidance
Register for free mental health classes to give vital first aid to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis or a mental health disorder. Learn the signs and symptoms of the most common mental health problems, where and when to get help, and effective treatment types. Learn more.
Take Advantage of Tax Breaks to Cut College Costs
The American Opportunity Credit and Lifetime Learning Credit are available for tax year 2014. The American Opportunity Credit is available for the first four years of postsecondary education. The Lifetime Learning Credit allows you to take a tax credit if you do not qualify for the American Opportunity Credit. To take advantage of this, you must have provided the college with your social security number. Learn more.