The 2010 Fall term class schedule will be available on the SCE website at sce.edu/schedule/ by Monday, July 26, 2010. Printed schedules will be delivered to the SCE campuses and community the week of August 2, 2010.
REGISTRATION DATES FOR FALL
* Tuesday, August 24 – Career Technical Education (CTE) Online Registration
* Wednesday, August 25 – SCE Online Registration
* Thursday, August 26 – Walk-In Registration
Online registration will begin at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 24 for CTE registration and Wednesday, August 25 for SCE registration. Computers for online registration are available on Tuesday, August 24 and Wednesday, August 25 at the SCE registration offices at the following times:
* Anaheim Campus and SCE Wilshire Center at 7:00 a.m.
* SCE Cypress Center at 7:30 a.m.
A clock symbol has been placed in the class schedule once again to indicate the CTE courses that are eligible for registration on Tuesday, August 24 at 7:00 a.m.
ONLINE REGISTRATION WORKSHOPS/TUTORIAL
Workshops are available to provide students with tips, checklists and information for a successful online registration experience. All students are welcome to attend these free workshops, which will be held at the Anaheim Campus in room 606 at the following dates/times:
* Tuesday, August 17 @ 7:30 p.m.
* Wednesday, August 18 @ 10 a.m.
* Wednesday, August 18 @ 7:30 p.m.
* Friday, August 20 @ 10 a.m.
An online registration tutorial, and handy registration worksheet, is available at all times at sce.edu/registration.
NEW FALL CLASSES
ADULT MARTIAL ARTS
Kenpo Karate (Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced)
Kung Fu San Soo (Tsoi Li Ho)
Windows 7 Beta for IT Professionals
COMPUTER SUPPORT SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE PRO
Introduction to Operating Systems
EMERITUS EDUCATION ENRICHMENT
Brain Health for Older Adults
Introduction to Electronic Health Records (EHR)
KIDS’ COLLEGE & TEEN PROGRAM
Introduction to Origami (Ages 10-12, Ages 13+)
Making Yummy Snacks (6-10 years)
Internet Zone (Grades 6-8)
Stop Motion Animation (Ages 8-15)
Introduction to the Martial Arts/Parent & Me (Ages 4-7)
Tutorial: Geometry V - Quadrilaterals (Grades 7+)
Tutorial: Algebra 2 - Sequences and Series (Grade 8+)
Mommy/Daddy, Music and Me; Music, Dance & Me (Ages 2-5)
Guitar for Kids (Intermediate/Advanced)
Beginner Emergency Skills (Ages 3-6)
Career Exploration (Ages 9-12)
Helping Teens Find, Obtain and Keep a Job (Ages 13-16)
How to Plan Fun Activities (Ages 8-12)
Sounds Funtastic (Grades 2-4)
Exploring Rocks and Minerals (Grades 4-6)
For questions or more information, contact any of the SCE campus admissions and records office at the following phone numbers:
Anaheim Campus: 714-808-4645
SCE Cypress Center: 714-484-7038
SCE Wilshire Center: 714-992-9500
To promote student success by providing quality lifelong learning opportunities and services that anticipates and serve the diverse needs of individuals, business and the community.
The School of Continuing Education is the first choice for lifelong learning. Our diverse population recognizes us for accessibility to quality programs and services. We are known for our focus on positive student outcomes in educational and career advancement; business development and training; and personal growth for all ages.
Mary Noble always wanted to work in the healthcare field. She worked as an office manager in a chiropractor’s office for many years until the office closed. With the closure, she found the need to update her skills for a new job. Returning to school after 30 years, Mary enrolled in an SCE computer class and then in the Medical Assistant Certificate Program. Mary loved SCE; she was excited about learning again and more excited to learn that she was not the only older adult in the Medical Assistant Program. Mary has successfully completed her classes and is now in the externship portion of her certificate program. She looks forward to starting her new career as a medical assistant. Congratulations Mary!
NOCCCD School Of Continuing Education Is Now Registering Students For The Kids’ College And Teen Program At All Three Campuses
The North Orange County Community College District’s (NOCCCD) School of Continuing Education (SCE) is currently registering students for the Kids’ College and Teen Program (KC&TP) classes’ at all three North Orange County campuses in Anaheim, Cypress, and Fullerton. Some classes begin the week of June 21, 2010. Start dates vary throughout the summer term; see individual courses for specific start dates.
KC&TP is offering classes and camps for kids and teens - ages 6 months - 17 years. From art and music to reading and math to basketball and swimming, SCE’s Kids’ College & Teen Program has it all! Over 300 classes will be offered this summer at multiple locations in Anaheim, Cypress, and Fullerton. For a full class schedule, log onto www.sce.edu/schedule.
EXPANDED! SCE’s Kids’ College & Teen Program offers an expanded summer swim program. Classes will begin the week of June 21 and will be held at Cypress College Pool:
Summer Swim Lessons-NEW SESSIONS OFFERED!
NEW! Digital Arts Camps for students ages 8-15 years These new classes, offered through Freshi Films LLC, are designed to give each student the chance to experience the process of taking an idea from conception to completion. Classes include:
NEW! Personal Enrichment Classes for kids and teens! These classes are designed to impart important life skills (mixed in with fun) to each student while building self-confidence. Classes include:
Additional NEW classes in the expanded Teen Program, for students ages 12+, include:
The KC&TP also offers camps to prepare students for the next academic year. Students can review academic subjects or prepare for the upcoming school year. Subjects include reading, writing, math, and science review by grade level (up to Grade 4). For children who need a refresher on grade-level subjects - these are the camps for them! Camps last one week long and are offered multiple times throughout the summer.
Registration and Information
Registration is now open and will remain open until classes fill or the day they begin. To view the summer class schedule in its entirety, visit www.sce.edu/schedule. For more information, call 714-484-7038 or www.sce.edu/kids. Campus locations:
SCE’s 2010 Graduation Ceremony, “Success Cultivated - Dreams Achieved,” will be held on Friday, June 18 at 6:00 p.m. at the Fullerton Union High School Stadium.
Three successful SCE students will be featured at the upcoming ceremony.
Anaheim Campus High School Lab student LaMonda Rigdon will be the high school graduate speaker at the SCE Gradation Ceremony. LaManda Rigdon completed her High School Diploma credits on May 18, 2010 with honors, earning a 3.72 grade point average. She enrolled in the Anaheim High School Lab in October 2009 and studied in the lab every day, Monday through Friday. With support provided by SCE’s Adult College & Career Transitions Program (ACCT), LaManda is scheduled to continue her studies at Cypress College this upcoming Fall 2010 semester. LaManda plans to complete her general education requirements at Cypress College to prepare her to work with children in the healthcare industry.
Jesse Rodriguez has been selected as the career technical education certificate graduate speaker. After 30 years in the printing business, Jesse found himself unemployed after his company closed in this down-turn economy. Because of the great demand for pharmacy technicians and SCE’s fast-track program, Jesse has nearly completed his Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program in just one year. He has recently passed both the state and national pharmacy technician certification exams and will begin his externship this summer. Jesse’s goal is to acquire a job in an in-patient hospital pharmacy or working directly with patients. He is excited about his pharmacy technician experience being a springboard to a future career as a physician assistant or cardiologist.
David Jacob Morales will sing the national anthem at the June 18th graduation ceremony. At 22-years-old, Jacob graduated from the Wilshire High School Lab on May 18, 2010. At the age of 15, Jacob performed at Carnegie Hall in New York as a soloist. In the years following, Jacob received “Singer of the Year” twice from Rotary International as well as awards such as “Best Soloist” and “Student of the Month” for Jazz Vocals. Jacob’s goals are to continue his education in music, transition to Fullerton College and transfer to a four-year university, and one day sing the National Anthem at a San Jose Sharks game.
The ceremony will also feature Commencement Speaker Bobby McDonald, President and Executive Director of the Black Chamber of Commerce of Orange County Bobby McDonald, as well as Faculty Sepaker George Dooley, SCE Counselor.
SCE’s projected high school diploma graduate count is 375! SCE’s graduation ceremony also honors hundreds of students who will earn a SCE career technical education certificate.