EASLEY, SC (WSPA) - A new class is underway at a library in Easley called “Adulting 101."
The free class is geared towards teens and is offered monthly at the Captain Kimberly Hampton Memorial Library.
The class has covered topics like how to nail a job interview and how to apply for college. Next month's topic is sewing. Teens will make cactus pincushions and learn how to sew a button.
“It’s a program to teach them things they wont necessarily learn in school or their parents didn't think to teach them, because it's not school based,” explains Laura Wells, Research Assistant at Captain Kimberly Hampton Memorial Library.
Future topics include finance management and car maintenance.
The class is held at 5pm every 4th Tuesday of the month at the Captain Kimberly Hampton Memorial Library. Adults are also welcome. For more information, click here.