307 Life Skills

Adulting is hard. Let our 307 Life Skills series help!

image of a young woman and the words 307 Life Skills

Each session covers a skill such as financial literacy, vintage card games, computer privacy skills, and other topics of interest to new adults in our community.

The program begins in February, March, and April, then continues in September, October, November. Free pizza and drinks so you can concentrate on the adulting part!

Ethical Hacking with Wren
Wednesday, April 17 and 24 (tentative)
6-8:00 p.m.
Learning Lab

Ethical Hacking sometimes called as Penetration Testing is an act of intruding/penetrating into system or networks to find out threats, vulnerabilities in those systems which a malicious attacker may find and exploit causing loss of data, financial loss or other major damages.  The purpose of ethical hacking is to improve the security of the network or systems by fixing the vulnerabilities found during testing. Ethical hackers may use the same methods and tools used by the malicious hackers but with the permission of the authorized person for the purpose of improving the security and defending the systems from attacks by malicious users. 

Space is limited, please register here.

Past Programs:

Basic Financial Literacy
6-8:00 p.m.
Ordway auditorium

First Interstate Bank employees take you through basic budgeting, what it means to have a bank account (the differences between CDs, checking , savings, etc.), and what is credit and how it affects you. In English and Spanish.

Vintage Gaming with Adam
Mondays, MAR 4, 11 and 18
5:30-6:30 p.m.
Meeting Room 1  

Cribbage, anyone? These sessions cover older games that seniors can teach the younger generation, such as Bridge and Backgammon.

For more information, contact Angela.