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College Credit Courses, Winter Quarter

Whether you are setting out on your educational journey, a Running Start student looking to register for a course or two, or returning to school to explore a new career path, we have Highline classes to get you started.

If you’d like to become a Thunderbird, click here. If you have any questions, we’re happy to help you through the process. Please reach out to us by phone, e-mail, or social media, or visit us in person at The Hub.

If you are interested in experiencing the cozy, supportive environment of The Hub, please check out the Highline schedule and enroll in one (or more) of our classes. We look forward to meeting you!

Continuing Education Courses and Workshops

Highline College’s Continuing Education commits to student success and community enhancement by providing accessible, diverse, and innovative quality education and support services to adult learners in pursuit of personal enrichment, professional training, career advancement and pathways to college.

The following courses are being offered in Federal Way:

English for Speakers of Other Languages, Winter Quarter

ESOL classes are designed for refugee/immigrant adults who want to improve their reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills in English. Classes are interactive and cover many topics including everyday English, goal setting, school and jobs in the U.S., and study skills. Classes also include technology skills so students can practice navigating the Internet, use email, and create documents and presentations.

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Professional Development Courses

The UW Tacoma Professional Development Center offers working professionals skills-oriented, career-enhancing courses and certificate programs.

Designing change that matters and accelerating its integration into a new way of doing business is the centerpiece of this workshop. You’ll discover the three phases of transition, the 6Ps of new beginnings, the three questions to ask of any change initiative, effective change communication strategies, and a variety of smart ways to design change with intentionality and care. Participants should be leading, participating in, or considering change initiatives or projects in their organization. You’ll learn to apply the principles of change management to your specific case.

Tuesday 3/7 & 3/14, 9:00am-12:30pm

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The Hub: Federal Way Higher Education Center
1615 S. 325th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003

206-592-4400

E: fwhub@highline.edu