Learn more about Humanity in Perspective, a free college course for adults living on low incomes who don't have a college degree.
August 6, 2019 | 6 p.m.–7 p.m. | The Rosewood Initiative
16126 SE Stark St., Portland OR 97233
Humanity in Perspective (HIP) is a free college course for adults living on low incomes. Students explore their experiences and relationships to ideas about power, justice, knowledge, identity, and community in an engaging and supportive environment. Tuition, books, and bus tickets are provided free, and a limited number of childcare stipends are available for students with children. Students receive six transferable credits from Bard College for completing the course. HIP is offered in partnership by Oregon Humanities and the Rosewood Initiative and meets two evenings each week from September to May at The Rosewood Initiative on SE Stark and 162nd Ave.
Learn more about HIP online or in person at information sessions with alumni and staff at the Rosewood Initiative on SE Stark Street and 162nd Avenue on:
There will be snacks at the sessions and children are welcome.
April Slabosheski at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-241-0543 ext. 123