The University of Kentucky will offer an eight-week online course this summer that aims to teach teenagers nationwide about basic skills they’ll need as adults, including time management, personal finance, stress management and physical health, study skills, and more, Carol Lea Spence reports.
This is the second year for the class, led by the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment and the UK Cooperative Extension Service. More than 580 students attended in 2020, and this year organizers are including new topics and expanding lessons from last year based on participant feedback.
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Adulting 101 is an eight-week summer course beginning on June 15 and meeting every Tuesday via Zoom. The cost is $29.99 and capacity is limited so organizers recommend signing up soon. Read more here.
(The Rural Blog is a publication of the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues based at the University of Kentucky.)