GLA is thrilled to announce Educate to Elevate 2019 - a series of FREE pop-up classes on helpful topics:
Health & Wellness
Basic Personal Finance
... and much more!
Join us for this fun series at our Greer Learning Center (Bonds Center, 505 N. Main St. in Greer) where you'll learn and grow alongside esteemed Greer professionals!
CLICK HERE to register and be entered for our GRAND PRIZE drawing!
Giveaways in each session - and refreshments will be provided all week!
Monday, July 15
9am - 10:15am: Healthy Lifestyles with Craig Metcalf, RN
Learn what it means to live life the healthy way. Make easy changes to feel better and live longer. Take home a free pedometer to help with your healthy living journey!
10:30am - 12pm: Understanding Blood Pressure with Craig Metcalf, RN
Get to know the basics of blood pressure to ensure you're always on the right track. Craig Metcalf, RN will be performing free BP screenings!
Tuesday, July 16
9am - 10:15am: What can the Greenville County Library do for YOU? with Jed Cridland-Hughes
Join this lively session as we explore the offerings of the GCLS (it's SO much more than checking out books!). Register for a library card on the spot with Mr. Cridland-Hughes!
10:30am - 12pm - TBA
Wednesday, July 17
9am - 10:15am: Build a Resume and Ace Your Interview with Susan Looper, Career Readiness Counselor
Build a strong resume and take home copies of it to use in your job search. Practice interview skills to make that dream job happen!
10:30am - 12pm: Job Skills 101 with Susan Looper, Career Readiness Counselor
Learn the soft skills that will make you successful in the workplace!
Thursday, July 18
9am - 10:15am: Personal Finance - The Basics with Taylor Benjamin of First Citizens Bank
Gain control of your money and understand budgeting. Banker Taylor Benjamin is on hand to guide you and answer questions about basic personal finance!
10:30am - 12pm: Computer Basics with Barry Peters
Join Barry, GLA's resident computer whiz, as he guides you through daily computer tasks. This is a great primer for those who have limited knowledge of computer functions.