Personal Development in Windsor Park


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  • Bookspring
    BookSpring provides books and early literacy programs to the children and families in our community who need them most. We raise awareness about the importance of reading and give
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    5408 Westminster Dr
    Austin, TX US
  • Cordovan Art School
    Led by an experienced faculty, Cordovan School of the Arts teaches students the fundamentals of drawing, painting, and photography. Classes are held weekly and offered by age group: elementary, youth, teen, and adult. For ladies looking to reignite their art-spark, Cordovan art school offers the series: ladies art night out, which is customized for women to cultivate their creative talents. In the spirit of the Grouponicus season, the registration fee of $25 is waived when students enroll for a class using their Groupon. Students may enroll online or over the phone and registration is recommended at least one week in advance of the first class.
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    6010 North I H 35
    Austin, TX US
  • Go Hand Gliding
    Jeff Hunt probably understood the trajectory of his career path in a way most people don't. With an aerospace engineering degree from the University of Texas at Austin and experience working with Tracor Aerospace after college, he is very familiar with how things move forward. Though most aerospace engineers are focused on building spaceships and watering blooming stars, Hunt chose to focus on hang-gliders. Over the past 25 years, he has competed in cross-country hang-gliding competitions and become a USHPA-certified advanced instructor. At Fly Texas and Fly Mexico, he shares his passion with students during the half-day intro classes and they learn from his experience with advanced lessons moving forward.
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    4811 Red River St
    Austin, TX US
  • DigYourWork
    Entrepreneur and president of a national recruiting firm, Ken Kuznia is the Bela Karolyi of job coaches. The 4.5-hour session puts an emphasis on action and results. After developing a clear picture of your dream job, you'll learn to become a job finder, rather than a seeker, and sculpt a results-driven resume out of a six-foot block of Belgian chocolate. The program also includes a seminar workbook and your own iDigMyWork Action Plan.
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    314 E Highland Mall Blvd #403
    Austin, Texas US
  • The Griffin School
    A public extension of The Griffin School, an arts-focused college-prep high school, Studio Griffin immerses students of all ages in multidisciplinary-arts education and art-based events. Expansive studios filled with easels and stacks of storage boxes host classes of children, teenagers, and working adults as they hone skills in painting, sculpting, and tricking still lifes into moving. Art camps instill basic skills in adolescents and teens during a three-week intensive course. The studio also hosts communal Art+Wine Nights, where guests fashion paintings inspired by a historic or famous piece of art and lubricate their creative chops with wine and other libations.
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    5001 Evans Ave
    Austin, TX US
  • Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts
    Escoffier?s chef instructors kindle flames of passion on stovetops and in their students' hearts with expert lessons detailing techniques, new recipes, and healthy at-home alternatives for amateur cooks. Groups of 16 students gather in professionally equipped kitchens to acquire new skills they can use at home or in department-store displays under the tutelage of academy staff or guest chefs from local restaurants. Common topics cover regional staples such as Texas barbecue or illuminate artisanal cheese making and other gourmet subjects. Seasonally themed holiday courses, such as gingerbread-house making or gluten-free desserts, share festive alternatives to peppermint forts and tinsel-chip cookies.
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    6020 Dillard Circle
    Austin, TX US