Tech2Nite Evening Classes Return this Spring
Learn more about investing, drawing, interior design & more
Posted February 14, 2005 | Atlanta
Have you always wanted to speak Spanish? Want to learn more about real estate or starting your own business? If yes, then Tech2Nite evening classes are for you.
Tech2Nite offers personal enrichment classes at Georgia Tech's Global Learning & Conference Center, located in Midtown Atlanta in Technology Square on Fifth Street near Spring Street.
For spring, classes range from personal hobbies like digital photography, drawing and astronomy to business topics such as business etiquette, starting a business, financial planning, investing, home computing, and much more.
Faculty and staff from Georgia Tech as well as industry professionals teach the classes. The instructors, each an expert in their field, will pose questions and show examples through demonstration, lecture, and discussion.
The spring session is scheduled for March 8 - April 14, 2005* (some classes have alternative meeting dates). Classes meet Tuesday or Thursday nights for 2 hours (6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.) for 3-week to 6-week sessions and range in price from $95-150 per class. Georgia Tech employees receive a discount of $10 off a 3 or 4 week class, $15 off a six week class and $20 off the Spanish class only.
See detailed class descriptions and schedules online at http://www.pe.gatech.edu, then, click on the Tech2Nite icon. To register, call 404-385-3500 or register online.
Spring 2005 classes include:
Freehand Drawing -- Just for the Fun of it!
Good Urbanism: Design Principles for Neighborhood Activists
Home Computing Basics: Networking, Security and Self-Support
Digital Photography Made Simple
Real Estate -- The Buying Process and Investment Strategies
Business Etiquette -- Protocol for Professionals
Investing for Financial Independence
Creating the Balanced Life: Relaxation and Renewal Through the 5 Elements
Roadmap to Prosperity: Planning for your Financial Future
Starting a Business in Georgia
Design Basics for the Novice
Film and Technology
Beginning Conversational Spanish
Becoming Media Wise -- How to Work with the News Media
Traveling Interior Decorating Show