HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Noncredit Educational Classes – Marjorie Book Continuing Education sponsors several noncredit post secondary classes each year for students with and without disabilities. In the past, the group has held Introduction to German, Ceramics, Introduction to Tai Chi, and Theories of Leadership classes. Classes are typically held on Friday nights from 7:00pm-8:30pm, at University of Cincinnati Teachers College. The instructor finds ways for all participants, regardless of ability level, to make meaningful contributions to the classes. Marjorie Book Continuing Education also sponsors a free two day educational trip to some area in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, or Michigan each summer.
Participate in a class, service project or theatrical play. We welcome participants with and without disabilities. For inquiries regarding upcoming events, email Joe Link at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you choose to get involved with Marjorie Book Continuing Education, you may be asked to fill out a membership application. The application is available to download and print off, if you go to the ‘Resources’ tab.
Our yearly membership fee is $70 (or, if needed, the low income yearly fee of $15). Members can participate in any class, service project, or theatrical production at no further charge. If you have special transportation needs, please contact Joe Link via email, at email@example.com; we may be able to help.
Offer your volunteer skills to Marjorie Book Continuing Education and its Board of Directors. We need volunteers to help with clerical office work, publicity, and fundraising events. To discuss how your skills could best fit with Marjorie Book’s needs, please contact Joe Link.
Visit a class or see a play. We welcome visitors to our classes, often held on Friday nights in the spring and fall, and our play performances, typically held on Thursday, Friday and Sunday nights in the summer. To be added to our email announcements list, please send an email to Joe Link.
Make a donation to Marjorie Book Continuing Education. About one half of our annual budget comes from donations from individuals like you.