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Algebra I
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Algebra I

$44

with Kathryn Peppe

Calendar Sep 11, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 14 weeks

Discover the keys to deciphering algebra. Algebra I covers formulas, equations, polynomials, and graphing. Focus on real world applications while preparing for a college level algebra class. The Accuplacer test will be given at the beginning and end of the semester. Call 929-2497 to register. Fee: $44 (Free for students in our College Transitions program) Book: $20

 

Other fees (paid later)

  • Book Fee - $20.00
College Success Seminar
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College Success Seminar

$44

with Stacey Barnes

Calendar Sep 7, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 15 weeks

Earn three SMCC or YCCC credits while you explore the college learning process, your individual learning style and improve your test taking and study skills. Required for all students in our College Transitions Program. Call 929-2497 to register.

Fee: $44 (Free for students in our College Transitions Program)

Book Fee: $50

 

Math Essentials for College
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Math Essentials for College

$44

with Julia Bemis

Calendar Sep 11, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 14 weeks

Would you like to go to college, but haven't done math in years? This fifteen-week course covers the basics: fractions, percentages, proportions, and beginning algebra. The Accuplacer test will be given at the beginning and end of the semester. Math Essentials will make math relevant to your life and improve your Accuplacer score.

Call 929 - 2497 to register

Fee: $44 (Free for students in our College Transitions program)

Other fees (paid later)

  • Book Fee - $20.00
The Interview
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The Interview

Free

with Amy Glass

Calendar Dec 14, 2017 at 6 am

Do your palms get sweaty just thinking about an interview? Do you get tongue-tied and lose your train of thought? Does the whole process stress you out? You’re not alone. Join us for an interactive workshop that will prepare you to market yourself in a way that directly matches employer needs. We’ll discuss how first impressions count, review the different types of interviews, go over some “tough” questions and give you pointers on how to prepare a resume. You must register with the adult education office to attend. Call 929-2497 to register.

Free to students in our HiSET/College transitions Programs.

 

Workshop #1 Goal Setting

$20

with Cherie Black

Calendar Sep 18, 2017 at 6 pm

Most of us have a desire to set our own direction. Successful goal setting helps you do just that by giving you a structure and a process for determining first what you want to accomplish, then creating a plan to help you to get there. Learn practical goal setting strategies, how to develop long and short-term plans of action, and how to stay on track when obstacles derail your plans. (Free for all active students in our academic programs)

 

Workshop #2 Personal Exploration

$20

with Cherie Black

Calendar Oct 2, 2017 at 6 pm

Discover who you are! We'll use a series of fun assessments to help you understand your own unique combination of temperament, style and approaches to life, school and work. Identify your strengths and unique gifts. Gain a greater understanding of how you differ from family, friends and colleagues, and how an understanding of those differences can enhance you success. (Free for all active students in our academic programs)

 

Workshop #3 The Career Exploration Process

$20

with Cherie Black

Calendar Oct 16, 2017 at 6 pm

Sometimes a job is just a paycheck because the bills need to get paid and the family has to eat. When you're looking for more, a career can be a well-planned opportunity to find your best fit in the world of work. Assess your skills, interests, and values and map out a career path that will allow you to express your best self, feed your soul, and follow your passion. We'll outline the career planning process, look at the current labor market, and combine information from both to help you land your dream job. (Free for all active students in our academic program)

 

Workshop #4 Soft Skills and the Job Search

$20

with Cherie Black

Calendar Nov 6, 2017 at 6 pm

Having the right education and training is important for success on the job. Equally important are the so-called "soft skills" that employers seek in their prospective employees. What are these skills and how can we develop and market them to those who will hire you? We'll highlight the skills essential for success on the job (and in life!), and provide strategies for how to best showcase your talent in the job application process. (Free for all active students in our academic programs)

 





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