CE would present an excellent networking opportunity, and could be the door to your first job! If possible, try to attend some in-person classes, rather than doing them all on-line. Also, look for opportunities to volunteer during conferences, etc., such as working the sign-in table. These are excellent ways to help you transition to the professional world.
As to the resume, it would depend on the type of job you are applying to. If it is related or quasi-related to your field, I would list the degree under "education," and then have a separate category for "seminars and training" or whatever you want to call it.