Keep your skills current–while networking with others in the Charlotte community–with these continuing education opportunities.
Queens offers a wide range of programs to keep you sharp, connected and in-the-know. There are a number of non-degree programs and classes to choose from.
- Certificate in Holocaust Pedagogy
- Certified Financial Planner
- Creative Writing Certificate
- Estate Planner's Day
- HR Leadership Summit
- Music Therapy Clinic
- Senior Scholars
- TWIST Conference for Women in Leadership
The Greenspon Center’s Holocaust Pedagogy Certification Program (CHP) provides intensive training on methods and strategies for teaching about the Holocaust across subjects and grades in 6-12 settings. Through the skills of historical examination and interpretation, this program prompts participants to ask questions and think critically about why the Holocaust happened, what it means for learners today, and how we can engage others in our schools and communities to do the same.
Whether you've already been working in finance or you've decided to make a career change, becoming a certified financial planner is a must for making the most out of your financial planning career. By becoming certified, you will gain instant credibility with clients, enhanced career and professional opportunities, and increased earning potential. Learn more about Certified Financial Planning.
This one-day conference offers a comprehensive estate planning educational program for professionals. Nationally recognized experts in the fields of estate planning, tax, accounting, insurance and state and federal law will cover topics of timely interest to all in the field of estate planning. For information about upcoming events, view the event webpage or contact Cristin Corder Lee at 704-337-2489 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A leadership development opportunity for managers and directors of human resources, consultants, executive coaches, entrepreneurs and more. For information about upcoming events, view the event webpage or contact Cristin Corder Lee at 704-337-2489 or email@example.com.
Senior Scholars provides educational programming for local seniors (adults aged 50 and older) who desire intellectual stimulation without the commitment to long-term enrollment. The group has grown to more than 600 members, many of whom attend weekly lectures held at Providence United Methodist Church during the school year. For just $20 per year, Senior Scholars have access to the weekly lectures and may also participate in occasional outings (at a nominal cost) to area museums and other cultural and educational resources. Learn more about Senior Scholars at Queens.
Queens University of Charlotte invites Senior Scholars members to attend additional complimentary or discounted fee educational and cultural events on campus. Check out the Queens campus calendar.
A unique immersive conference that brings an interesting and diverse group of high potential women leaders together with superb faculty members from the McColl School of Business. Every detail of the three-day conference is planned to create one powerful experience of self-discovery, building a close and supportive network, and important dialogue on leadership. For information about upcoming events, view the event webpage or contact Cristin Corder Lee at 704-337-2489 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Honor Community Leaders
With proximity to Uptown Charlotte, Queens has established great relationships with innovative industry leaders. We continue to foster those important relationships by honoring many of them leaders throughout several annual events.