Welcome To The Oneida Community Education Center

The CEC offers diverse programming to include more community classes, events, tutoring, GED/HSED programs, and public use computers.

The CEC values:

  • Diverse ideas and ways to come together through community building
  • Continuous learning and sharing
  • Exploration of talents

    The Services We Offer

    Upcoming Events

    Create Your Own Movie Poster

    Choose from a wide variety of layouts to optimize a movie poster using Adobe Spark and impress the audience at the Oneida Smartphone Film Festival! Take home one colored 11×17 print out of your poster. Participants must have a valid email address or Adobe ID to login. Participants interested in submitting a film into the Oneida Smartphone Film Festival are encouraged to attend.

    Ages 13+
    Registration Required. Limited Enrollment.

    Retirement Planning

    Are you ready to retire? Semi-retire? Join Valley Investment Solutions as they guide you through this conversation, like accessing your equity or capital, liquidity, strategies, and reverse mortgages.

    General Fee: $5, Tribal Member/Employee: FREE
    Registration Required. Limited Enrollment.

    Oneida Scholars: Dustin Skenandore

    Dustin Skenandore earned his Bachelor of Music in Classical Guitar Performance from Vanderbilt University in 2017. He currently teaches music at the Oneida Nation Arts Program and Community Education Center and continues to perform throughout Wisconsin.

    Registration Required. Limited Enrollment.

    Haunted Tales Workshop

    Do you have what it takes to tell a spooky story? Become a confident and engaging storyteller who makes a lasting impression while learning how to shape ghost stories in these unique workshops. Be heard, be remembered and create the change you wish to see in your communication with dynamic and entertaining storytelling. You will walk away with a story to enhance and present during the Wicked Good Time event on October 31.

    Oct. 28, 5-7 PM-Plot Structure Scenarios-In this session write or verbally improvise a tale that utilizes all the elements of a story.

    Oct. 29, 1-3 PM-Fine Tuning Your Story-In this session you will identify and explore the most affecting and fascinating moments of your story. You’ll learn how to maintain suspense and build an emotionally resonant arc. This session will empower you from sharing your experiences thoughtfully and with heart.

    Oct. 30, 5-7 PM-Presenting Your Story-The primary goal of this session is to help students feel confident speaking publicly and to encourage considerate group listening skills to support each teller.

    Ages 12+
    General Fee: $30, Tribal/Employee Fee: $15
    Registration Required. Limited Enrollment.

    Posted by Oneida Nation Community Education Center on Monday, July 22, 2019

    2019 Fall Program PDF

    2019 Fall Program PDF

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