Youth enrichment classes provide children with educational programs that extend beyond their regular school day. Enrichment classes include a wide range of activities such as languages, math, reading, science, technology, music, arts and more. Enrichment classes provide opportunities for students to improve academic and social skills, explore new interests, gain new skills, and make new friends.Youth
Development Leadership Coalition (YDLC)
Professionals build a
friendly network, discuss current best practices and new trends in the
changing needs in youth and families. Adult EnrichmentAdult classes and activities provide
opportunities for individuals to gain new skills and knowledge while
building strong connections and empowering the community.
MCEA has established a practitioner group called Adult Community Educators (ACE). Professionals build a friendly network, discuss What’s Hot and What’s Not and locate new instructors. When you’re pizzazzed out, attend an ACE meeting!Senior EnrichmentOlder Adults programming is dedicated to meeting the
unique educational, social, and cultural needs of people 55 years of age
and older. Practitioners focus on providing quality programs tailored
to older adults interests.