Personal Enrichment

The Office of Continuing Education offers a wide variety of opportunities for personal enrichment. Whether you want to learn how to paint, take better photographs or learn how to market your business using social media, we have something for you. Take classes at UW-Marinette, online in the comfort of your own home or travel abroad - the possibilities are endless! 


Sing, Sing, Sing! Individual Singing Lessons

Course Detail

Each one-on-one voice class will contain the following focus: 1) vocal warm-up including breathing exercises 2) sight- singing/ learning to read music. 3) song repertoire/vowel technique will be taught in each song: students will learn to evaluate their own singing.

Additional Information

Nicole Freitag graduated from The University of Iowa in Theatre with a Minor in Voice.  She's been in 4 professional shows including Cats which was an off- broadway production in Rock Island, IL.  She's studied voice with Dr. John Muriello, Dr. Rachel Joselson- The University of Iowa and Wanda Temko- Atlanta, GA.

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Intro to Google Drive and Docs




August 9th - August 17th 
Wednesday, and Thursday 
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Where: L121

Course Hours: 4

This class will teach basic to intermediate Google Drive and Google Docs skills.

In Google Drive, students will learn how to organize and create folders within Drive. They will also learn how to share their Docs in order to collaborate with others.

In the Google Docs portion, students will learn the skills necessary to, not only create, but also enhance their documents.

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Parenting through the Tough Stuff

Course Detail

This parenting course offers targeted teaching by age groups with lessons on how to raise responsible kids and enjoy parenting. Participants will learn how to end power struggles with their children, teach responsibility, and prevent arguments. This course will help participants cover topics like:


• What is normal for a toddler

• Parenting in accordance with brain development (dealing with tantrums)

• How to answer all those “Why” questions

• How to teach independence, dealing with picky eaters, building empathy and more 

• Emotion regulation, peer pressure and puberty in teenagers


Additional Information

Dr. Crystal Hendrick has her Ph.D. in Experimental Social Heath Psychology and has minors in Developmental and Cognitive Psychology. She has taught Childhood and Adolescence, has worked in a residential treatment facility with kids aged 4 - 18, and is a Mom.


Yoga with Diane






















July 28th - September 1st 
9:00 am - 10:15 am

Where: T133

A blend of vinyasa, hatha and viniyoga  styles introduce to create a whole-being of wellness.
Bring yoga mat and water.


Dianna Hakes a certified yoga & herbal practitioner, with two studios in the northeast Wisconsin area. She also travels to work yoga conventions and conferences through out the United States. 

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Spanish 2: Let’s Speak Spanish: ¡Lo Básico! 2

Course Detail

Session: Spanish 2: Let’s Speak Spanish: ¡Lo Básico! 2


May 30th - July 13th 
Tuesday, and Thursday 
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Where: M110

Course Hours: 17

In this course, students will continue to further develop and improve listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Emphasis is placed on comprehension of Spanish, as well as reading and writing practice in the target language using a variety of activities incorporating familiar vocabulary and structures. Supplementary materials are introduced to enhance language use. In this Basics 2 course, we will add to your foundation of basic vocabulary and expressions in order to form increasingly complex sentences and hold conversations in a variety of social situations. ¡Hablamos español! Let's speak Spanish!