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Richmond Good Life :: Continuing Education

Richmond Virginia (VA) Continuing Education

Here is a complete list of continuing education opportunities in the Richmond area.

Name Address Commentary
Universities and Colleges
Community College Workforce Alliance  (804) 371-8120  Your ONE STOP for Workforce Development in the Richmond area!
J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College 700 East Jackson Street | Richmond, VA 23219 (804) 523-5029 
1651 East Parham Road | Richmond, VA 23228 (804) 523-5368 
1851 Dickinson Road Goochland, VA 23063 (804) 523-5400
J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College - Virginia's newest community college - was founded in 1972 to serve the capitol region in and around the city of Richmond. In just over 25 years, J. Sargeant Reynolds has grown into the third largest college in the Virginia Community College System.
John Tyler Community College 13101 Jefferson Davis Highway, Chester, VA 23831-5316
800 Charter Colony Parkway, Midlothian, VA 23114-4383 (804) 796-4000
For the last 40 years, John Tyler Community College has been serving the community as a public two-year institution of higher education.

University of Richmond: The School of Continuing Studies

28 Westhampton Way, University of Richmond, Virginia 23173  The School of Continuing Studies offers part-time and non-traditional students of all ages degree and certificate programs, enrichment opportunities, professional training, college course work - in short, a University of Richmond education.
University of Virginia School of Continuing & Professional Studies 104 Midmont Lane, P.O. Box 400764. Charlottesville, VA  22904-4764 (800) 346-3882 Through the School of Continuing and Professional Studies, students earn undergraduate and graduate degrees, certificates, and professional relicensure. With a robust travel and learn program, professional development certificate programs, and a rich distance learning portfolio, SCPS opens the doors of the University to a diverse range of adult students.
Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Richmond, Virginia 23284  (804) 828-0100  Located on two downtown campuses in Richmond, Va., Virginia Commonwealth University ranks among the top 100 universities in the country in sponsored research and enrolls 30,000 students in more than 195 certificate, undergraduate, graduate, professional and doctoral programs in 15 schools and one liberal arts college.
Municipalities Continuing Education
Adult Career Development Center  119 West Leigh Street Richmond, VA 23220 (804) 780-8311  A.C.D.C. is a creative, non-traditional, multifaceted Richmond City Public School program which has over the thirty-two year history excelled at meeting the needs of all age groups, from infants to mature adults. We serve non-traditional students seeking the G.E.D.; high school students needing to complete their diploma requirements; young people and adults seeking careers in Child Care, Culinary Arts, as Certified Nursing Assistants; and people of different nationalities who speak languages other than English. also see Adult and Continuing Education  
Richmond Technical Center 2015 Seddon Way Richmond Virginia 23220 (804) 780-6272 Fax (804) 780-6040 
2020 Westwood Avenue Richmond Virginia 23220 (804) 780-6237 Fax (804) 780-6061 
Greetings from the Richmond Technical Center, where creative, dedicated, and outstanding staff members encourage students to strive for excellence and prepare for the workplace. Our unique center serves the Richmond area with high school students attending classes during the day and adults, who want to enhance their careers or start a new career, attend classes in the evenings.
Chesterfield County Adult Continuing Education  10101 Courthouse Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832 768-6140 The mission of the CCPS is to work in partnership with students, families and the community to ensure that each student acquires the knowledge, skills and core values necessary to achieve personal success and to enrich the community.
Hanover County Adult Education Center (804) 365-4538    
Henrico County Adult Education Center 201 East Nine Mile Road Highland Springs, VA 23075 (804) 328-4095  Adult Education offers many opportunities for adults to enhance their knowledge in academic, vocational and avocational areas. 
Arts and Museums
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 200 N. Boulevard Richmond, VA 23220-4007 (804) 204-2661 People just love our Studio School! Those who are just discovering us are amazed at the range of choices: drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, pottery, fiber art, and design.
The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen 2880 Mountain Rd Glen Allen, VA 23060 (804) 261-6150 The Center is the only regional facility to provide access to the performing, visual and literary arts through performances and classes.
Science Museum of Virginia  2500 West Broad Street Richmond VA 23220-2057 (804) 864-1400 The Science Museum of Virginia is a great place to learn. Find out more about our educational programs and workshops. 
The Visual Arts Center of Richmond 1812 West Main Street Richmond, VA 23220 (804) 353-0094 The Visual Arts Center of Richmond offers studio classes in a wide range of visual arts. Ours is one of the largest professional studio-class programs in the city, offering more than 400 classes for adults and children throughout the year.
Parks and Rec
Richmond Parks and Recreation    

Henrico Parks and Recreation (At Your Leisure Program and Guide

   
Hanover Parks and Recreation    

Chesterfield Parks and Recreation

   
Other
The Shepherd's Center of Richmond Open University multiple locations (for seniors) Open University provides opportunities for intellectual stimulation and socialization. Classes are held at churches in three areas of the city. 
Leadership Metro Richmond  NA Leadership Metro Richmond is a 25-year old leadership development and community service program that taps the energy and skills of about 60 diverse leaders each year, harnessing their shared passion for improving the quality of life for the Richmond region. 
Toastmasters multiple locations Build leadership development through effective communication, including speaking and listening. 

 

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