The series of courses aim to educate students about finances, domestic maintenance and auto care
04/18/17 | 7:27pm
Meat sizzled and popped in a pot as students watched intently, attempting to learn one of the many skills required to successfully “adult.” In Adulting 101, students get to learn basic concepts like cooking conversions and are taught to put items like electric cooking mixers at the top of their graduation gift wish lists.
Adulting 101, a series of events spanning over the course of eight weeks, is designed to provide students knowledge of important life skills like cooking, budgeting, car maintenance and filing taxes. The events started just after spring break through the Business and Career Development Group on ASU’s West campus.