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Make the Most of your Summer!

CCE’s Summer 2015 Class Schedule will be out soon. Watch for a complete listing of class opportunities within the next several weeks.

There are over a dozen new classes like Fashion Show Production, Conversational Chinese, Floral Design, Decorating Cupcakes & Cake Pops, Professional Development, Marketing and many more!

Let us know if you would like a class catalog mailed to you by completing the request online.

Visit our website for a complete listing of available classes! Let us know if you would like a class catalog mailed to you.

Spartanburg Community College is closing ALL CAMPUSES at 4pm Monday, February 16, 2015 for inclement weather notice. EVENING CLASSES CANCELED. Please check back here or call the SCC Alert Line at (864) 592-4325 for updates. For more detailed information regarding closing/delay policies visit www.sccsc.edu/alert

Remember, you can browse and register for SCC Corporate & Community Education classes online at http://www.sccsc.edu/cce.

Creating-ComicsWEBWe have just reduced the tuition cost of “The Art of Creating Comics” $60. You can take this class now for only $79.

Are you a big kid at heart and would enjoy using your imagination to create comics? This class will teach you the basics of creating comics, from comic-base scripting and character designing to cleaning up final inks. You will create a story assignment to share with the class. You will also learn about the commonly used tools in the making of comics, as well as the importance of perspective drawing and lighting.

In addition, the class will discuss using programs, such as Photoshop, for resizing pages to correct size and cleaning up for the final product. Interest in any style or genre of comics is welcome. Class supplies for first class – sketch paper and #2 pencils. Additional supply list will be given at the first class. Prerequisite: Basic Pencil Drawing or equivalent skill.

Class Dates: March 10 – 26; 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Where:  SCC central campus, Spartanburg

Register Online Now!

Attend an SCC Open House Drop-In near you from 4-7pm!Open-house-Multiple-graphic2

Find out why SCC is the right choice for you! Whether you’re considering college to earn a degree, start a new career or gain professional development skills, SCC has something for you!

  • Learn about more than 100 certificates, diplomas and associate degree programs.
  • Tour state-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms. Find out about financial aid, scholarships, Lottery Tuition Assistance & more.
  • Enter to win door prizes, including a $500 scholarship from the SCC Foundation.

Representatives from Michelin North America and BMW will attend to discuss the Technical and BMW Scholars programs.

March 3 | Spartanburg
SCC Central Campus
107 Community College Dr.
Spartanburg, SC  29303

March 10 | Gaffney
SCC Cherokee County Campus
523 Chesnee Hwy.
Gaffney, SC  29341

March 17 | Spartanburg
SCC Downtown Campus
220 E. Kennedy St.
Spartanburg, SC  29302

March 24 | Duncan
SCC Tyger River Campus
1875 East Main St.
Duncan, SC  29334

March 31 | Union
Union County Advanced Technology Center
1401 Furman L. Fendley Hwy.
Union, SC  2937

For more Information call 864-592-4122.

Let us know you are coming. Register online at https://www.sccsc.edu/open.

If you are looking for training opportunities to improve your classroom skills or gain Continuing Education Units, SCC Corporate & Community Education (CCE) can help!

Engaging Disadvantaged Learners in Core ContentStudents-with-Globe-Large

This course will show you how to improve the academic achievement of at risk learners in the learning environment by teaching you the seven factors that disable disadvantage learners when compared to their peers. You will learn solutions through positive classroom climate, teaching sustainable content, and producing excitement from learners who are at risk of failing. You will be able to develop student engagement strategies that are tied to socioeconomic status and you will also learn how to build your student’s capacity to think and focus along with process and recall of content.

Required textbook for students: Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind: Practical Strategies for Raising Achievement (can be purchased in college Book Inn)

When:  3/7 – 4/11; Saturdays, 9 am – 12 pm
Where: SCC
Cost:  $299

Register Online Now!

Differentiated Instruction & The Diverse Classroom
This course will show you how to differentiate the learning environment for students in a mixed ability classroom. You will implement instructional strategies and create a plan of action on how to build a differentiated classroom for today’s learners. This course is designed for participants who teach children of all levels with various learning abilities (to include: English Language Learners, Gifted Education Learners and At-Risk Learners).

When:  4/25 – 6/6; Saturdays, 8 am – 12 pm
Where: SCC Tracy Gaines Building
Cost:  $299

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Register Online Now!

Online Classes Also Available

SCC partners with UGotClass to offer Online Certificates and courses. Skills for the 21st Century! It’s easy! It’s fun.

In the online classroom you will

  • listen to audio lectures,
  • view slides,
  • even take an optional quiz to test yourself.

Classes Include:

Most courses are 16 hours, offered 4 times a year and start the first Monday of the month.

Cost is only $145 per class.

Register Online Now!

Group Discounts are available! Save 50% per course per registration when you have 20 or more registrations. View Details.

You may browse all CCE courses at our website, www.gonetoclass.com and register online anytime! Questions – call us at (864) 592-4900 or email us at cceinfo@sccsc.edu.

 

Tuesday, January 27, 2015Senate-sealSCC Vert 2748 CMYK
9:30 am – 2:00 pm
SCC Tyger River Campus1875 East Main St. (Hwy 290) Duncan, SC 29334

Sponsored by SCC, SCC Foundation and
U.S. Senator Tim Scott.

This event is free to all veterans and their families.  Attendees are encouraged to bring copies of their current resume or a list of work experiences. A variety of vendors, including area human resource professionals and employers from the public and private sectors will be on hand. A barbecue lunch will be provided.

Veterans will have opportunities to learn about:

  • What employers are wanting in today’s workforce
  • Transitioning from the military to the civilian workforce
  • Best practices in interviewing for jobs
  • Resources related to job search
  • Resumes
  • Resources available if interested in starting a business
  • How to apply to college
  • Resources available to help pay for college
  • Transitioning from the military to the college campus

Veteran will also have an opportunity to:

  • Have their resumes critiqued by human resources professionals
  • Take assessments to help make good career choices

Vendors:

  • Clemson University’s Small Business Development Center
  • Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands South Carolina
  • SC ACCELERATE
  • SC Works
  • Spartanburg Community College (SCC)
  • SCC Career Services
  • SCC Foundation
  • South Carolina Department of Employment & Workforce
  • South Carolina National Guard Employment Services Division
  • Spartanburg County Veterans Affairs Office
  • Upstate Warrior Solution
  • Veteran Scholarships Forever

Event Agenda

 9:30 a.m. Registration
10:00 a.m. Opening Remarks
10:10 a.m. Panel Discussion I: Employment Opportunities Representatives (Employers, SC Works, SC Department of Employment and Workforce, Human Resources Professionals)
10:40 a.m. Questions & Answers
10:50 a.m. Panel Discussion II: Educational and Entrepreneurial Opportunities Representatives (Spartanburg Community College and Clemson University
11:40 a.m. Questions & Answers
11:50 a.m. Closing Remarks
12:00 p.m. Lunch
Time with Vendors
Educational Assessments

SCC Tyger River Campus Directions and Map.

For More Information, please contact:
Robert Leslie (SCC), at 864-592-4910 or leslier@sccsc.edu or
Seth Blanton (Office of U.S. Senator Scott) at 864-233-5366 or seth_blanton@scott.senate.gov.

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Local veterans now have another avenue to further their training and careers.

Veteran Scholarships Forever has set up a fund at Spartanburg Community College that will help veterans and their spouses take vocational and skilled trades training programs that can lead to employment, said Ron Demonet, the scholarship program’s managing director.

“We are very excited to be setting up this fund in Spartanburg,” he said. “We believe this will be a great benefit for those local who have served our nation.”

People interested in applying for the scholarship should contact the Spartanburg Community College’s Corporate and Community Education Division. People interested in donating to the scholarship fund can contact http://www.scholarshipsforever.org.

Demonet started Veteran Scholarships Forever after learning about the high unemployment rates for veteran post the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Although there are government programs like the G.I. Bill, which help veterans get an education, these programs do not cover all types of training.

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, Veteran Scholarships Forever receives contributions from individuals and organizations.  Once donations are received, Veterans Scholarships Forever establishes endowments at evaluated colleges where veterans can apply for these scholarships.

The college then manages the endowment and provides scholarships to veterans with the most need to obtain the skills needed to be qualified for a job placement that will allow veterans to provide for themselves and their families, he said.

Veterans are still eligible for other forms of financials aid, Demonet said.  Veteran Scholarships Forever does not grant scholarships directly, but interested veterans and current spouses can contact the colleges’ financial aid or Veterans Affairs department to inquire about the program.
– See original article at: http://www.greenvillebusinessmag.com/View-Article/ArticleID/7465/Spartanburg-Community-College.aspx

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