Saturday, January 21st, 2017

UA Hope-Texarkana Community Classes

Registration Form – Community Classes

UA Hope Campus Classes


Enhancing your Digital Footprint  Join marketing & entrepreneur Drew Spurgers for a fast-paced lunch & learn focusing on how to market your business online. We’ll leverage the power of Facebook & Google to meet your customers where they are and tell them the message you want them to hear. We’ll also explore practical uses of Facebook Ads Manager & Google Places, followed by a Q&A. If you’re wondering how to catch up in the digital age, you won’t want to miss this!

November 21, 2016
11:30 AM -1:00 PM
$20 Lunch provided

Click here for a message from Drew Spurgers 
Q & A session at the end for specific marketing questions.

Hope Suite, Hempstead Hall

Heartsaver First Aid CPR Class – Heartsaver® Courses are for anyone with limited or no medical training. This CPR course is open to the public and is ideal for individuals that work at a daycare or school. It also recommended for volunteer firefighters and industries. These courses are also designed to meet OSHA requirements. Students will receive a course completion card that is valid for two years.



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UA Texarkana Campus Classes

Juvenile Takeover of Social Media:vCan We Catch Up? A program of the U of A Criminal Justice Institue.

Juveniles don’t know a world without social media. But do they know the dangers? Do we, as adults know the dangers? Schools and families depend more and more on the Internet and computer usage for daily homework assignments and communication. Our juveniles have easy access to cell phones, smartphones, netbooks, computers, iPads, and tablets.  As such, school personnel and school resource officers need to keep on top of the latest trends, popular internet sites, text abbreviations and social network sites. This course will discuss current social media trends and crimes related to our juveniles’ use of social media sites, cell phones, and computers. Also, this class will teach the legal implications associated with cybercrimes and specific social media sites.

November 17, 2016

8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 


3501 U of A Way, Texarkana, AR 71854

Ashlee Jackson: • 501-570-8079
Vicki French: • 501-570-8098

INSTRUCTOR: Brenda Stallings, Deputy Public Defender, Pulaski County Public Defender’s Office, Juvenile Court
TARGET AUDIENCE: Law Enforcement and Educators


Online Classes


Learn a new skill or hobby online. Classes begin the second Wednesday of each month and run for six weeks.  You will receive two lessons per week.  Access your online classroom from the convenience of your home or office. Visit for a complete listing of courses.


  • Accounting Fundamentals
  • Excel/ Word/ Access
  • Effective Business Plan Writing
  • Event Planning
  • Speed Spanish
  • A to Z GrantWriting
  • QuickBooks 2015
  • Grammar Refresher
  • Assisting Aging Parents
  • Creating Web Pages
  • Computer Skills for the Workplace
  • Writing for Children

Ed2Go Professional Development for Teachers- Arkansas Department of Education: Professional Credit for Teachers. Learn how to:

  • Ignite a desire for learning in your students.
  • Master the art of classroom discipline.
  • Guide children to greater success in reading and writing.
  • Make better use of your classroom computer.

All classes are offered online through

Work at your own pace! Over 50 classes approved by ADE.

Among those included are:

  • Integrating Technology in the Classroom
  • Spanish in the Classroom
  • Teaching Students with Disabilities
  • Solving Classroom Discipline Problems I and II
  • Introduction to Teaching ESL/EFL
  • Singapore Math Strategies
  • TeachingScience to Grades 4-6

Start your Ed2Go course today!!