Central Community College has many offices at College Park.
The Training and Development outreach department provides a variety of coursework for professional growth as well as certifications for trade programs. We offer a variety of services that fit your needs and schedule, including customized training, consultation, and VUE and Microsoft Office Specialist certified testing.
We can customize our training programs to meet your organization’s unique needs and culture.
Our courses offer convenience, flexibility and relevance because they are based on real-world applications and taught by industry experts. In addition, our flexible training ensures that you get exactly what you need, when you need it.
We also offer a wide range of educational services including, but not limited to:
Environmental Health and Safety
The campus library is located at College Park and provides a variety of reference works, periodicals, books and other materials for students as well as access to interlibrary loan services throughout the nation.
Central Community College also offers Adult Education classes at College Park.
Adult Education includes assistance with basic reading, writing, math and spelling skills; drills and special instruction through the English as a Second Language Program; citizenship classes; and preparation for the Nebraska high school diploma (GED) exam.
All Adult Education classes are open to individuals 16 years or older who are not enrolled in secondary school.
Doane’s second adult learner campus, with the same world-class education, opened its doors in Grand Island in 2003 after the city sought to bring our education to its community.
Under the umbrella of Doane’s College of Professional Studies, 8 undergraduate degrees, five masters programs and an advanced education degree are available to our Grand Island students.
International students should contact our Lincoln campus. Doane locations in Grand Island and Omaha are not approved sites for F-1 student instruction.
Bachelor of Arts
We offer Bachelor of Arts degrees designed for adult learners
Master of Business Administration
Doane’s Master of Business Administration includes seven unique emphasis areas for students to choose from, creating a personalized experience tailored to any industry.
Master of Arts in Management
Uses an interdisciplinary approach to promote the development of students as both leaders and managers.
Master of Education
Build upon your personal and professional experience across five emphasis areas. Find success in a program designed for busy adults like you.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension provides practical education that focuses on issues which influence daily life and helps keep Nebraska competitive in a global society. Hall County delivers research-based information via a variety of methods through a federal, state and county partnership arrangement.
Hall County Extension educators, assistants and support staff specialize in providing programs that contribute to more than 1.5 million educational contacts in Nebraska each year. The 4-H Youth Development Program reaches more than 7,000 youth in Hall County alone. Statewide, 4-H touches the lives of more than 90,000 youth each year. Extension specialists and educators are committed to a theme of excellence with educational programs customized to meet the needs of Nebraskans.
The Grand Island Little Theatre has been providing quality, live entertainment in Grand Island and the surrounding communities for over 50 years. GILT provides theatrical plays five times per year to the community and surrounding areas at an affordable cost.
Hall County Leadership Unlimited, Inc. is a non-profit corporation that has been developing leaders that strengthen and transform our community since 1987. The program creates a continued personal desire to interact with groups that benefit the community and helps members realize their potential and how they as an individual can step into areas of leadership to build a greater community. Leadership Tomorrow has graduated over 1200 highly motivated and skilled adult and youth individuals that have helped Grand Island continue to grow and prosper.
REAP was started by the Center for Rural Affairs in 1990 to meet the needs of the self-employed in the rural Midwest. Center studies in the late 1980s showed a high rate of self-employment in rural areas, but no economic development strategies to help this sector.
The Rural Enterprise Assistance Program focuses on small business development. REAP consists of four elements including: networking, business management training, credit (microloans) and technical assistance.