Asheville: Continuing Education for Parents, Info Session

Montreat College’s Adult Studies program and Asheville Arts Center team up to present: continuing education for parents – an information session

Asheville – Montreat College School of Professional and Adult Studies will host an information session / application workshop at the Asheville Arts Center on Tuesday, August 4th from 6:30 until 7:30 p.m. The information session will give parents the opportunity to learn more about Montreat’s adult-focused degree programs in Asheville, while at the same time allowing them to view Asheville Arts Center’s facilities and offerings. Montreat College’s School of Professional and Adult Studies in Asheville has been offering Master’s, Bachelor’s and Associate’s degree programs to fit the busy schedules of adults for over a decade with its unique, one night per week format.

The Asheville Arts Center is a school based on unlimited opportunities for children to explore their interests in music, dance, and drama. The school fosters a love and appreciation for the arts through student-teacher relationships, which encourage and help their students excel at doing what they dream of doing. They offer high-quality instruction and educational experiences because they are committed to the art of teaching and the teaching of the arts. It is their hope to build art and awareness in the community and provide a “home” for families to pursue their dreams.

Please join Montreat College at the Asheville Arts Center located at 308 Merrimon Avenue to learn more about both of these educational opportunities. Space at the Arts Center is limited so please RSVP today to reserve your seat. Light refreshments will be provided. For more information and to RSVP, please contact Sarah Yerkey at (828) 667-5044 or syerkey@montreat.edu or Michael Wilson at (828) 253-4000 or michael@ashevilleartscenter.com




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