Fall class lineup has something for everyone!
Follow REGISTER links and browse as you please!
Where can you get a catalog?
In Powell: Park County Annex, City Building, Library, PCSD#1 Admin. Building, local banks, Powell Chamber, or directly from the PVCE office.
In Cody: Public library, Paul Stock Center, Cody Recreation, Aquatic Center, city building, chamber of commerce, art league and senior center. I also try to post a couple in Peter's Cafe for your reading pleasure.
Plus -- All libraries of the Bighorn Basin!
Check back often for new entries. We enter new classes into our online registration system as they come in!
Please take our Excursion Survey
We want to know where you want to go for educational adventures on wheels! Click HERE to respond, or go to: http://goo.gl/Mp15sm.
New College Domain Name Announced
The college has purchased a new domain name of nwc.edu which will replace the old northwestcollege.edu domain name. What an improvement! We hope conversion will go smoothly and ask for your patience. Although previous ones still work, website addresses and e-mails are in transition.
Good News! You can still use www.MoreLearningFun.net for express entry to the PVCE website! (It's easier to remember!) :)
Spring does follow Fall!
We are planning for the future!
We are currently accepting proposals for spring 2015, January - May. If you would like to submit an application or proposal, click here and locate the Course Outline Form link. Also, we will be happy to answer your questions or just chat about the possibilities.
It's people like YOU who put COMMUNITY in Community Education!
Congratulations to our 2014 Driver Education class graduates! Please be safe out there.
Alive at 25 - Driver Awareness Program
(For folks ages 15-25)
Call 754-6469 to register.
Alive at 25 is a driver awareness program that directly addresses the most common causes of crashes involving young drivers: speeding, impaired driving, lack of awareness of the consequences of risk-taking behavior, inexperience with the complexities of driving, distractions and pressure from peers in the vehicle.
All instruction occurs in a classroom setting and students do not need to have a driver’s permit or license to participate. The highly interactive 4.5-hour class is offered to participants between the ages of 15 and 25. Certificates of completion for this program can be applied toward PVCE’s summer driver education program requirements. Free pizza lunch for participants!
Tentative Information --
10 AM to 2:30 PM