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Back to School... For Adults

July 28, 2012

Learning is not just for kids – adults from around the region are looking for enrichment and the opportunity to learn new skills.
Alverno College offers non-credit, continuing education classes for women and men. On tap for fall: Introduction to Buddhism, Abstract Painting, Excel 2010 Charts and Graphics, Reversing Insomnia, Yoga Mix, and much more.

Alverno’s community education program, Telesis, engages the mind, body and spirit through a broad range of topics and subject areas. The fall classes are now on-line at, or call for a brochure: 414-382-6200.

Learn about Great Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II during her Diamond Jubilee year, or the health benefits of traditional Chinese medicines; explore the Mother-Goddess religion, or discover practical advice and spiritual support for your job search in “Job Search Courage.”

Alverno College is located at 3400 South 43rd Street, convenient to major roads, I-894 and I-43. Parking is free, off-street and abundant. For more information on Telesis classes, visit or call 414-382-6200.

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