Women in Transition series moves into the CAC Corporate Center
CASA GRANDE, Ariz. - Central Arizona College is offering a series of new community education classes entitled Women in Transition at the CAC Corporate Center in Casa Grande this semester.
Women in Transition (9-9:50 a.m.), Eliminating Self-Defeating Behaviors (10-10:50 a.m.) and Assertiveness Training for Women (11 a.m.-Noon) will be taught Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings throughout the spring semester.
Students will receive three credits for each class and may take one, two or all three classes. Registration is now underway and can be performed online at www.centraz.edu.
The classes will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 20.
The CAC Corporate Center is located at 540 N. Camino Mercado in Casa Grande at the Florence Boulevard interchange of Interstate 10.
“These classes are designed for women who are making a transition to college, returning to school after an absence, exploring a different career path, or just wanting a supportive environment,” Beverly Perry, the coordinator of community outreach at the CAC Corporate Center who developed the series, explained.
The classes will be taught by Pamela Burke Cowing who has extensive teaching experience in elementary and higher education, specifically with special needs students and transitioning students. She developed a parenting program for the Long Beach Unified School District that was certified through the California Juvenile Court System.
Burke Cowing, who has a master’s degree in counseling education, has been a counselor at Mesa Community College and Scottsdale Community College where she also taught specialized classes for personal development and career exploration.
For more information on the Women in Transition Series, or for additional community education classes at Central Arizona College’s Corporate Center, please contact Beverly Perry, coordinator of community outreach, by phone at 520-494-6618, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.