Everyone here at CEWT wishes you and your family Happy Holidays!
Thanksgiving is upon us. This year has been one of slow recovery. But through the hardships and challenges, we at CEWT believe there is still much to be grateful for. While we will certainly enjoy the turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie, let’s also remember to give thanks where we can.
Do you remember group projects in school? Those awful, soul-destroying projects that no one, including the teacher, wanted to do?
Did you know that residents of Idaho 50 and older can participate in lifelong learning programs, such as the New Knowledge Adventure (NKA) branches in Treasure Valley and Pocatello and the Friends for Learning (FFL) organization in Idaho Falls?
As you are (hopefully) aware, Mother’s Day was this past Sunday, and to commemorate, members of ISU’s Continuing Education and Workforce Training (CEWT) office explained some of the reasons why they love their moms. Here is what we had to say about our CEWT moms:
If you are the owner of a small business, you are probably aware that your deadline for filing taxes is just around the corner. Hopefully you’ve filed by now, but if not, C Corporations have until April 15th if your fiscal year matches the calendar year, and sole proprietorships, partnerships, and single-owner LLCs have until May 17th to file.
Have you ever wondered why one day a year, an oversized rabbit comes around and hides brightly-colored eggs everywhere?
Microgreens: you’ve probably heard about them before. Despite what you might think, they are not the same thing as spouts-- though they are similar. But what are microgreens exactly?
Idaho State University’s Continuing Education and Workforce Training interviewed Raederle Clay, Application Administrator for ISU’s Information Technology Services and instructor for an upcoming Growing Microgreens course, to explain more about microgreens and the benefits they provide.