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Community Services and Personal Enrichment Program (CSPEP)

This program provides an opportunity to individuals to gradually adjust to classroom setting after being away from school for a period of time. Personal enrichment classes include Computer Skills Development, Office Management, Writing courses, Cultural Enrichment and Recreational classes are offered such as Ukulele, Lei-making, Arts, and Dancing.

Other classes introduced in this program include: tax preparation, leadership and supervision, health and wellness, diet and nutrition, youth leadership development, pre-vocational preparation, and many other valuable, life-skills building and enhancing classes.

Students do not have to be officially admitted to NMC in order to enroll in these classes. The program is opened to anyone interested in life-long learning and personal enrichment. Certificates of participation or attendance are earned upon successful completion of classes.

Contact Information:

    Les Ogumoro-Uludong
    Program Manager, Community Development Institute
    Program Manager, AHEC/Workforce Development and Certificate Training Program
    Bldg. P
    Tel: (670) 237-6810
    Fax: (670) 234-1270
    [email protected]





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