Continuing & Community Education Classes Online & Live Webinars
Dear Friends & Antioch Community,

The Administrative Team for Continuing Education is proud to sponsor a brilliant series of Webinars and Online Classes for FREE for the month of April, 2020.
Please join us and share these registration links in your social neighborhoods.

These community building offerings are intended to:

  • provide social and inclusive programming for our AU community-at-large, 
  • create a safe space where Friends, Alumni, Current Students, Faculty, and Administration might all get together to share in an idea,
  • introduce the potential for an ongoing platform that is Continuing Education / Lifelong Learning sponsored at Antioch University, 
  • learn about the kinds of programming that inspires and insights our values,
  • bridge regional, cultural, and social experiments for an evolving humanity..

These are a sampling... visit our website often where we will be adding new Webinars and Online Classes throughout the month for you
LIVE WEBINAR
Saturday March 21, 2020
10:00 am (PST) / (1:00 pm (EST)
FULL SCHOLARSHIPS
email now: i2p@antioch.edu for code


Join Tania Pryputniewicz for using tarot cards as an inspiration for daily journaling deepens your relationship to yourself and your writing. The steady practice of journaling already gives you the powerful gift of introspection and leaves you a concrete, physical map of your mind and your heart. When you add the tarot as a writing tool to begin or extend your journaling practice, you enter an inspirational landscape of symbols and images designed to help you explore how we travel through life from innocent beginner (The Fool) to mature world player (The World Card). 
The meditative process of narrowing down to focus on one card before you begin to write creates a sense of stillness and peace in which to hear yourself think. 

No prior knowledge of the tarot necessary.









What is Fake News? This  Live Webinar  will review ways to use the internet for fact-finding. Academic Librarian, Ken Pienkos , will talk about searching for results that are credible and offer search tips for using Google and Internet Communications Technologies.

We live in an era where all information is suspect and civil discourse, social interactions, and our very core values are under scrutiny. Let’s talk about this and learn effective ways to search the internet with an understanding of what is trustworthy.

A complimentary workbook provided with search tips and resources.

LIVE WEBINAR (Free)

Saturday March 28, 2020
10:00 am (PDT) / 1:00 pm (EDT)

This Program is moderated by  Jayne Benjulian.
Accessing an interior life, and giving voice to that life in a way an audience can believe in it, is the art of monologue. In this 2 hour webinar workshop, you will listen to & practice writing the kind of monologues that give voice to your interior life or the life of a character that you created or select from a literary model. We will share best practices and tips for rehearsing and performing first person narrative.
Instruction & access to ZOOM provided.
LIVE 2 Hour Webiner / $39
Full Scholarships - email: i2p@antioch.edu
Saturday April 11, 2020
10:00 am (PT) / 1:00 pm (ET)
Photo of Diane V. Capaldi hoolding an iced drink.
Have you ever read the ingredient list to common household cleaners? Have you ever considered what the effects of the chemicals used in everyday cleaning products do beyond clean? This webinar with Diane V. Capaldi,  PaleoBossLady  explores how toxins are present in most cleaning products and what you can do to make your home safe.

2 Hour LIVE Webinar - FREE ($39 value)
April 16, 2020
11:00 am (PST) / 2:00 pm (EST)
Join our creative community . We offer beginning and advanced classes in fiction, non-fiction, & poetry, as well as classes in professional, business, and academic development. Writing classes for everyone. Our generative classes will help you create real pieces and give you the tools to get them ready for publication. Our professional development classes will give you practical tools to support communications and all of your writing narratives.
  • learn where to submit your work or query an agent
  • learn how to record your work for upload or how to pitch your work to editors
  • learn how to use practical tools for real results
  • access our ongoing community room where you may workshop, critique, and collaborate with your writer's tribe

Email us at i2p@antioch.edu to talk about your writing goals, join a test class, or seek advice for your writing goals.