Community Enrichment provides programs and services for people of all ages who are looking to gain non-career related knowledge and experiences that are both fun and exciting.
Want to be an event volunteer? Contact us at 903-434-8134.
Raw Milk Seminar
Northeast Texas Community College, in partnership with the Raw Milk Institute, will host a one-day intensive seminar on September 23rd that will cover a variety of topics relevant to the production of low-risk raw milk. Anyone interested in learning more about raw milk can benefit from this hands-on training!
Kids Discovery College
A two-week camp offering over a dozen fun and educational classes designed for kids ages 8-16. Class topics vary from cooking and theatre to first responder academy.
The Basic Rider Course is designed to teach the novice and experienced rider proper riding technique, including basic motor skills (shifting, turning, stopping, swerving) as well as a driving strategy for urban street riding.
A variety of firearms-related training courses at NTCC's state of-the-art indoor shooting range & criminal justice facility.
American Sign Language (ASL)
These classes will all students to develop basic language skills utilizing ASL as well as develop knowledge and understanding of Deaf culture, the Deaf community, and historical topics related to the Deaf community. Level I, II, and III classes are offered, each lasting 12 weeks.
Basic practice in comprehension and production of the spoken language.
Personal Training (Online)
A combination of academic study with the latest practical research. This 15-hour course is a comprehensive, research-based program designed to provide you with all of the skills required to become a personal trainer.
Browse Online Offerings
We offer a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely over the Internet.
Mirror classes are available for those who wish to take a credit course but do not want to receive formal college credit. The tuition and fees will be equivalent to the college credit tuition and fee schedule; however, students do not have to formally enroll in the college.