In addition to the two hybrid classes WETCC is also offering three other classes for the summer: Woodland Pottery, Biology of Plants, and a Native American Studies Special Topics/Ojibwe Language Camp.
Biology of Plants will be taught by Dr. Steve Dahlberg and is part of the Environmental Sciences track.
Students in the Native American Studies Special Topics class will travel to the Red Cliff Ojibwe Language camp in Wisconsin. Students will camp for the four-day cultural immersion camp. Both Ojibwe language lessons and traditional hands-on skills are taught at the camp.
Woodland Pottery class participants will learn the history of woodland pottery. Students will gather, prepare, and use the clay that gave White Earth its name. Artisan Judy Toppings will instruct the class and has been working with Woodland Pottery for over twenty years. This class is open to Non-degree seeking community members.
For more information about enrolling for classes contact:
Sheila M. Michaels
Interim Academic Dean/Faculty
218-935-0417, Extension 326
Dean of Student Services
218-935-0417, Extension 304
218-935-0417, Extension 335
2014 Summer Schedule