Medgar Evers' Wednesday OpenHouse

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The Adult and Continuing Education (ACE) Program at Medgar Evers College, CUNY will host a summer Open House on May 12, 2010, from 6 - 8 PM 1534 Bedford Avenue, 2nd Floor, on the corner of Bedford Ave. & Eastern Parkway, above Chase Bank.

Participants registering at the Open House will receive 10% OFF tuition on all summer classes and automatically be entered in a drawing to win a free class. Debit and credit cards accepted at the Open House; cash payments and money orders must be made at the Bursar's Office; personal checks not accepted.

ACE offers certificate programs, classes and seminars to working professionals, those new to the workforce, those seeking to rejoin the workforce, and those simply looking for personal enrichment opportunities. Summer offerings include but are not limited to the following: Starting & Running a Non-Profit; Corporate Sponsorship; Super Accelerated CASAC; Business Writing for Office Professionals; Spanish and Arabic; Acting and the Business of Acting; CHILDREN'S SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM; Web and Graphic Design; Bookkeeping & Accounting; Entrepreneurship Clinic; and; much more.

For more information call 718.804.8850, email or visit Please forward this email and flyer to friends, family, colleagues and other contacts you feel may benefit from this opportunity.

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