Whether you gave up on schooling after 12th grade or follow your name with the entire alphabet in degrees (A.A., B.A., M.B.A., M.S., M.D., J.D., Ph.D., LSW, Esq., M.L.Arch. [yes, that’s a real one]), there’s no harm in some additional education. In New York, it’s easy to assume that our jobs supply us with all the real-world lessons we need, or that we wouldn’t have the time or energy after work to keep up with another obligation; but the city is full of interesting classes you’ll actually want to show up to, from humor writing to coding to business etiquette. Get ready to brag about your newfound CSS positioning skills.
Frequency: 10 sessions
If you can’t tell a gato from a galleta and it all sounds like Greek to you, or you’re looking to brush up on what you slept through in 10th grade, this Spanish 101 class is for you. You’ll learn nouns, verbs, the present tense, and basic conversational and writing skills so that at the very least, you’ll be able to impress your friends when you order tacos al pastor from your favorite late-night truck.