Nashville Classes

Proposals for summer 2019 Classes Due by March 4th

Nashville Community Education

We are excited to announce we are now accepting proposals for summer classes. Summer session runs May 28-August 9.

Nashville Community Education provides personal and professional enrichment for adults in the Nashville-Davidson County community. We offer classes in the following subjects:

  • Art

  • Career

  • Create

  • Finance

  • Fitness/Wellness

  • Language

  • Legal

  • Life

  • Technology

We have classes in several locations around Nashville: Cohn School (where our office is located), Inglewood Elementary, Wright Middle School, Smith Springs Community Center, Madison Community Center, NECAT, Southern Squeeze, Nashville Farmers’ Market, and Platetone.

Submit your proposal to teach with NCE and share your skills and passion with the Nashville Community.

To find out more about becoming an instructor:

VOTE FOR US: BEST OF NASHVILLE

We are excited to be a part of the Nashville’s Scene Best of and in the running for two categories: Best Free Fun and Best Cheap Date. 


We pride ourselves on offering affordable personal and professional classes in Nashville. Our free classes range from How to Maximize Your Time, Investing in Your Future, Build Your Credit and Protect Your Identity, Gentle Yoga, Eat Smart at Home, Digital Books, Digital Entertainment, Understanding Debt Collection and more. 


Best Cheap Date ideas with NCE ranges from our cooking classes Traditional Indian Cooking, Traditional Cuban Cooking, Pioneer Cast Iron Cooking, Nashville’s Farmers’ Market Series, Twisted Shibori, Japanese Books: Suminagashi & Soft Stab. 


Check out local Nashville Blogger Sheena Steward on date night idea’s covering our Traditional Bangladeshi Cooking Class this past summer. 

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“When dating weekly, it gets very challenging to find new experiences. A couple of months ago I came across Nashville Community Education and was pleasantly surprised by what I found. They have classes geared towards people of all different backgrounds. It was as if I hit the date night lottery! This week’s Weeknight Date was sponsored by Nashville Community Education and we were able to partake in a traditional Bangladeshi cooking class.” Sheena Stewart


Then VOTE FOR US!!! For Best of Nashville