Catch the Wave
SPRING 2019 COURSE SCHEDULE
Pennywise FROM PENNY WHISTLES TO ENAMELING, OCCCâ€™S AFFORDABLE, ENGAGING COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASSES ARE SURE TO TUNE UP YOUR SPRING.
Contents Community Education Classes........................................................................................................p. 3-11 Register for any of these classes 24/7 at oregoncoastcc.org/communityed
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Welcome! Introduction to OCCC’s New Early Childhood Education Program & Faculty...........p. 12 & 13 Credit Courses: Spring 2019.......................................................................................................... p. 14-17 GED Programs............................................................................................................................................p. 18 Customer Service/Hospitality Training.............................................................................................p. 19 Small Business Development Center Classes.......................................................................... p. 20-23 Register for any of these classes 24/7 at oregoncoastcc.org/sbdc
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Inside this edition of Catch the Wave, you’ll find a rich assortment of non-credit community education and small business courses from which to choose to brighten up your season. Anyone can register for these fun, affordable classes. Visit us online at oregoncoastcc.org/communityed or oregoncoastcc.org/sbdc to find the lineups, along with links to easy online registration and payment. Or, call us at 541-996-6222, and register for the classes you want by phone. And, flip to the center of this publication to review this term’s lineup of credit courses, too! Thanks for reading, and for being a part of Oregon Coast Community College.
IMPORTANT DATES Classes Begin: ..................................................April 1 Finals Week:..............................................June 10-15 End of Term:..................................................... June 15 Holidays/Closures (OCCC Closed): March 25-29 (Spring Break) April 19 • Spring In-Service May 27 • Memorial Day
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Patrick Alexander and his son, Quinn, are joined by OCCC mosaics instructor Joanne Daschel, practicing on their new penny whistles. Find the penny whistle class on page 6, and Joanne’s mosaics offerings on page 8. OCCC thanks Patrick, editor and publisher of Oregon Coast TODAY, for emceeing the College’s “Pearls of Wisdom” event, which was held on March 9.
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CENTRAL CAMPUS • NEWPORT 400 SE College Way 541-867-8501 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER • WALDPORT 3120 Crestline Drive 541-563-4502 NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY 3788 SE High School Drive 541-996-6222
Refilling the Talent Pool
Ready for a certifiably fun job? Jump in to the wet, wonderful world of lifeguarding. This spring, OCCC is partnering with the Toledo Pool (represented at right by Paul, left, and Brett) and Lincoln City Parks & Recreation to help connect you with the perfect spring & summer job, wherever you live in Lincoln County. Check oregoncoastcc.org/communityed for dates and times of these FREE lifeguard training courses. Either course will certify you for employment as a lifeguard. (Don’t go off the deep end – completion of the certification course doesn’t guarantee you a lifeguard position; it’s simply a key requirement necessary to apply.) To register for the Toledo class (30 hours) call 541-336-3181, ext. 2 and leave your name, phone number and email address or email your information to email@example.com. Dates for the the 24-hour course in Lincoln City are also set to be announced in the weeks to come. Register at 541-994-2131. Check the OCCC website for updates. DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED AT OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED REGISTER AT 541-336-3181 (TOLEDO) OR 541-994-2131 (LINCOLN CITY)
Estate Planning: Wills and Trusts
Will your estate plan cause hurt and dissension in your family? This short course will address fundamental issues involved in creating an effective estate plan. The class teaches you the strategies needed for effective management of your assets as you age (including during periods of incapacity), and guidelines for the appropriate disposition of assets upon death. Content of the class involves a discussion of the use of wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and health care directives. We will also consider questions of planning that include IRA’s and other retirement assets. INSTRUCTOR: BRIAN HAGGERTY THURSDAYS, 9–11 AM • MAY 23 – JUNE 6 • $35 CENTRAL CAMPUS NEWPORT
Introduction to Improv
Have you ever been tongue-tied on a date or during a job interview? Have you ever wanted to be better at thinking on your feet? In this class, you will learn basic improvisational skills that you can apply to acting as well as life situations. Come join us while we learn how to expand our communication skills both verbally and physically. This is an activity-based class with minimal lectures, involving short scene work and games as a group and with partners in a fun and supportive environment. INSTRUCTOR: LEWIS SMITH MONDAYS, 5–6:30 PM • APRIL 22-JUNE 10 (NO CLASS 5/27) • $45 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY REGISTER AT OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED
Ballet Techniques for Adults
Ballet classes are a great way to improve posture, lengthen and tone muscles, improve coordination and balance, and increase stamina while moving gracefully through a series of barre, floor and center exercises. This class is designed for the novice or returning adult ballet student. INSTRUCTOR: RACHEL BARRERAS-KLEEMANN • $85 MON & WED, 5:30 – 7 PM • APRIL 1 – JUNE 5 (NO CLASS 5/27) CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS NEWPORT REGISTER AT OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED spring 2019 • register: 541-996-6222 or oregoncoastcc.org/communityed • 3
How to Use Your Digital Camera: The Basics
Learn about the use of the mode dial, and your camera’s different menus. Learn the meaning of the camera icons and how to use them properly to take different types of photos. Learn how to transfer photographs to a computer. Learn basic photographic composition and the types of creative uses of a digital camera for taking portraits, landscapes, wildlife photography, documentation of current events and much more. INSTRUCTOR: PAUL CALKINS WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAY FIELD TRIP • 4–6 PM • APRIL 3 – APRIL 24 • $50 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY REGISTER AT OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED
Using Your Digital Camera: Beyond the Basics
This class is for those who wish to learn more about their Digital Single Lens Reflex, (DSLR) interchangeable lens camera. In this class, features such as program, aperture, priority, shutter priority, and manual modes will be explored. The class will also cover f/stop, exposure, shutter speed, white balance, and bracketing. This class will teach organization of photographs after a photo shoot. This class includes hands-on camera work through a field trip/ photo shoot to practice all the topics covered in class. Students will provide their own transportation and meet at the shoot location. INSTRUCTOR: PAUL CALKINS WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAY FIELD TRIP • 4–6 PM • MAY 1 – MAY 22 • $50 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY REGISTER AT OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED
Pictured are students in Calkins’ Winter 2019 courses.
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Mythology: Destruction Stories
One poet asked whether the world would end with a bang or a whimper. Another suggested perhaps it would be by fire or ice. Who knows? We will become familiar with destruction myths from several different cultures examining a variety of accounts presenting the demise of the world as we know it. On a more personal and individual level, what happens after we die? Some surprising answers to that age-old query lie in vivid accounts of the afterlife featured in other ancient classical stories. We will read and discuss those myths, but field trips to the various depicted destinations will have to be in imagination only. All materials will be supplied by instructor for any participants not wishing to purchase a used text (Mythology: Contemporary Approaches to Classical and World Myths, by Thury and Devinney, any edition) from an online vendor, usually for less than $10, a great bargain. INSTRUCTOR: SHARON BEARDSLEY MONDAYS, 3–5 • APRIL 1 – MAY 20 (NO CLASS MAY 6) $50 PLUS $10 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS NEWPORT REGISTER AT OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED
Beginners Fly Casting & Fly Tying Break through the barriers of fear and myth with this hands-on, basic approach to a pastime both rewarding and addictive. Learn how to assemble feathers and furs on hooks to fool and catch fish. Solve the riddle of when, where, and how to use which fly patterns. Get expert help choosing your own gear. Practice casting and presenting wet and dry flies. Instructor: Experienced Fly Tyer and Fly Fisher Sener Otrugman. INSTRUCTOR: SENER OTRUGMAN MONDAYS, 5:30 – 7:30 PM • APRIL 1 – APRIL 29 $35 PLUS $20 MATERIALS FEE NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY REGISTER AT OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED
DSLR Camera Basics
Bring your camera and camera manual to this hands-on, informative introductory course. This class will cover camera modes, image-quality settings, shutter releases, focusing modes, area of the frame, flash modes, white balance, metering modes, the exposure triangle, and histograms. INSTRUCTOR: JEFFERY COX MONDAY, 2–5 PM • APRIL 8 • $25 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT REGISTER AT OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED
Disaster Preparedness for the Pacific Northwest Learn what environmental, meteorological and man-made events have struck our region and how to prepare for them in the future. Recognize the need for disaster preparedness, learn about the necessary supplies your family will need to ride out a shortterm disaster, and what you’ll need to stay comfortable in the event of a long-term emergency.
capt. jim kusz (second from left, without the fins)
INSTRUCTOR: JIM KUSZ 5:30-8:30 PM THURSDAYS, JUNE 6 &13 • FREE CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS, NEWPORT REGISTER AT OREGONCOASTCC. ORG/COMMUNITYED
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Dogless Dog Training
Are you considering adding a dog to your life and are not sure what breed or mix might be a good fit for you? Do you have an unruly dog that is not able to attend classes in the traditional way? Do you find it distracting to learn new things while juggling a boisterous puppy? Are you interested in learning lots of cool ways to train dogs? Join us while we learn about how dogs learn, what motivates them and add a bunch of tools to your dog training tool box. We will discuss, demonstrate and also offer optional hands on instruction for the basics such as: • House Training • Manners • Walking on a Loose Leash • Sit, Down, Come, Stay • Eye Contact • Passive Training Techniques (Easy) • Default Settings (Automatic responses) • Potty on Command (No joke!) • Heel, Place, Leave it, Trade • Retrieving (Most dogs can pick this up, pun intended) We will use gentle but highly effective techniques to help you help your dog or puppy to be the very best canine citizen they can be. Meanwhile we will actually teach you how to teach your dog. Our goal is not just teach you how to train your dog to sit, etc. But to teach you how to teach your dog and you will be able to carry that knowledge with you and teach your dog almost anything you want them to learn. INSTRUCTOR: CINDI TRINGALI THURSDAYS, 11–12:30 PM APRIL 4 – JUNE 6 • $55 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
8 Ways to Improve Your Novel
Half lecture, half writing workshop, this course will help you improve your novel writing. Topics include knowing your characters, keeping tension in your writing, writing description, realistic dialogue, connecting scenes, point of view shifts, show vs. tell writing rule, and filtering out filler words. INSTRUCTOR: CHRISTA YELICH-KOTH TUES, 3–5 PM • APRIL 2 – MAY 21 • $75 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
Beginning Guitar Instruction
Play the Pennywhistle
Have you ever met someone so happy they danced a jig? You can help, by learning to play this iconic Celtic instrument – the simple, versatile and exceptionally portable (perfect for beach bonfires!) penny whistle. From the Chieftains, to The Clancy Brothers, to the Dropkick Murphys, the penny whistle (or “tin whistle”) has helped define Celtic music and has been integral to many other genres as well. This class will introduce you to basic playing techniques and some fun tunes to start you out. And, the cost includes your very own penny whistle. (Youngster in photo notwithstanding, class is open to ages 16 and up.) INSTRUCTOR: GARY BURMAN WEDNESDAY, 9–NOON • APRIL 17 $42 INCLUDES PENNY WHISTLE NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
Beginning and intermediate students will receive group instruction as well as oneon-one instruction at times, according to musical interests and level of ability. This method keeps students interested, which is key to maintain motivation. INSTRUCTOR: RICHARD PARIS THURS, 6–8 PM • APRIL 4-JUNE 6 • $75 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
Arts in Japanese Life III
This class is designed to get a sense of Japanese culture and perspectives in daily life. Examples are shown by slides, demonstration and hands-on activities. The instructor will talk about art elements in Japanese cultural context and then demonstrates cooking that links to the theme each session. The tentative topics: Week 1 • Travel, recreations Tamagoyaki, Ohitashi Week 2 • Classics, education - Different forms of soy Week 3 • Subculture - Okonomiyaki Week 4 • Partitions - Domburi (Rice bowl dish) Week 5 • Hare and Ke (ordinary life and special occasions) - Misoshiru (Miso soup) with many things Week 6 • Display and created traditions - Oshizushi, Sushi cake INSTRUCTOR: SACHIKO OTSUKI WEDNESDAYS, 10–1 PM APRIL 24 – MAY 29 $90 PLUS $50 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
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Beginning & Intermediate Drawing This class will help beginning and returning drawing students learn fundamentals (perspective, tone, composition and more) as well as a variety of still-life drawing opportunities (shapes, drapery and the human head) and more. INSTRUCTOR: SEAN HOLLENHORS WED., 1–3 PM • APRIL 17 – MAY 15 • $50 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT
This class explains the most common types of sleep disorders, identifies their causes, and explores various types of effective clinical and alternative treatments. The main focus of this class will be to discuss the origins of these conditions. Most sleep disorders are the result of lifestyle choices. You will learn the most effective way to improve sleep health is to examine the lifestyle choices that lead to the development of the sleep disorder(s) in the first place. INSTRUCTOR: MICHAEL STOUT, RPSGT, CCSH TUESDAYS, 5:30 – 7 PM • APRIL 9 & 16 •$25 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
The Whole-Food, Plant-Based (WFPB) Lifestyle
We will examine the many choices poets make--such as what to write about, how to begin, whether a poem should be personal or impersonal, formal or informal, broad or narrow in scope, should it rhyme? what about meter? --and how these decisions relate to the structure of the poem. We will also look at how david starr best to use the basic tools of poetry, such as the poetic line, stanza and rhythm. Purpose of the class: encouraging people to realize and expand their creative potential, whether they have been writing poetry for years or have just recently decided to try it out. Course Methodology: participants will write and submit one poem each week. I will suggest some subjects and structures, but each person will have the right to select their own. Some of the poems we write will be distributed to the other participants for discussion during class in the following week; the group will work with the writer to identify what works and will suggest ways in which the poem might be improved. We will improve your writing, regardless of your experience or initial skill level. INSTRUCTOR: DAVID STARR THURSDAYS, 6:30 – 8 PM • APRIL 4 – MAY 9 • $65 NORTH CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
Diseases which plague our populations like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes are quite often food-borne illnesses that are directly correlated with our Western diet of rich animalbased and/or processed foods. These foods are virtually absent in a WFPB diet which emphasizes whole (living) plant-foods. A multitude of empirical studies have indicated that a diet of whole plant foods has the potential to not only prevent, but reverse and/or improve many common disease processes. The WFPB (vegan) diet has been dubbed the healthiest of all dietary plans by various centers of academia. In addition, the animal agriculture and processed food industries are among the most environmentally destructive industries from every sector: land use, water pollution, soil degradation, air pollution, deforestation, oceanic deletion/die-offs, and oxygen depletion. Our inevitable population growth and economic development means that our planet can no longer sustain these intensive/destructive industries. This course is dedicated to the premise that one lifestyle change has the potential “to decimate our eco-footprint and impact on our over-burdened healthcare system.” INSTRUCTOR: MICHAEL STOUT, RPSGT, CCSH TUESDAYS, 5:30 – 7 PM • APRIL 23 & APRIL 30 • $25 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
This course will cover the basic fundamentals of safety, the cardinal rules, and responsible operation of a handgun. DO NOT BRING ANY FIREARMS TO THE CLASS. INSTRUCTOR: ERNIE HANSON $55 • TUESDAYS, 6–9 PM APRIL 16 & 23 NORTH COUNTY CENTER LINCOLN CITY
Color Mixing & Theory
This course will explore color theory and its applications in visual art. We will investigate how to mix colors from observation and how color is used in historical artwork. Acrylic paint will be used. No experience necessary. Return students welcomed. INSTRUCTOR: DAVID WILSON SATURDAY, 9–NOON • APRIL 13 – APRIL 27 $60 PLUS $35 MATERIALS FEE NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
Silent Film: Thrills & Laughter
This class takes an in-depth look into the artistry of silent films created by Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd, and Buster Keaton. Each week, we will explore one filmmaker’s career and finest works. INSTRUCTOR: DAVID WILSON SATURDAY, 1–4 PM APRIL 13 – APRIL 27 $60, PLUS $35 MATERIALS FEE NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY spring 2019 • register: 541-996-6222 or oregoncoastcc.org/communityed • 7
Mosaics: Farmers Market
MOSAIC TILES BY JOANNE DASCHEL AND ONE OF HER STUDENTS
Inspired by the opening of the season, we’ll explore the colors and textures of the farmers’ market just outside the doors of our studio to create a wall hanging (8x10) mosaic. We’ll start with a brief visit to the market to gather sketches or photos for inspiration, then head indoors to work with brilliant stained glass on a solid substrate to capture your market memory in mosaic form. Learn basic glass cutting with a wheeled nipper, and some design fundamentals specific to this medium. All materials and tools provided. Grouting completed by instructor after class. Pick up completed mosaic by the following Sunday, June 9, or arrange for alternate pickup day or mailing ($7 extra paid to instructor). INSTRUCTOR: JOANNE DASCHEL SUNDAY, JUNE 2 • 9AM-3PM • $45 PLUS $15 MATERIALS FEE LINCOLN CITY CULTURAL CENTER REGISTER AT OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED
Spring Flowers Mosaic Suncatcher Using a 8” circular substrate, you will make a glasson-glass mosaic suncatcher with translucent stained glass. Bring a photo of your favorite flower or use one of the instructor’s flower templates. The class will build leaf and flower structures with mosaic shapes made with various cutting tools. Learn some fundamental cutting and layout skills in this class, and either leave your piece for grouting with instructor or take-home grout to do it yourself, after a brief demo in class. INSTRUCTOR: JOANNE DASCHEL SATURDAY, MAY 4 • 12:30-4:30PM • $35 PLUS $20 MATERIALS FEE LINCOLN CITY CULTURAL CENTER
Drawing with Oil Pastel
All levels welcomed, from beginner to intermediate, age 16 and older. Introduce yourself to oil pastels, explore its versatility, and refine your drawing skills while using a variety of drawing papers.
INSTRUCTOR: DAVID WILSON SATURDAY, 1–4 PM MAY 4 – MAY 18 $60 PLUS $35 MATERIALS FEE NORTH COUNTY CENTER LINCOLN CITY REGISTER AT OREGONCOASTCC. ORG/COMMUNITYED
All levels welcomed, from beginner to intermediate, age 16 and older. Introduce yourself to watercolor, or refine your skills with basic brush strokes, watercolor techniques, and color mixing, to create watercolor paintings. Return students welcomed. INSTRUCTOR: DAVID WILSON SATURDAY, 9–NOON • MAY 4 – MAY 18 $60 PLUS $35 MATERIALS FEE NORTH COUNTY CENTER LINCOLN CITY 8 • register: 541-996-6222 or oregoncoastcc.org/communityed • spring 2019
INSTRUCTOR DAVID WILSON, PICTURED AT HIS ART OPENING AT THE LINCOLN CITY CULTURAL CENTER IN FEBRUARY 2019
Just Kiln Some Time: Vitreous Enameling
ENAMELED JEWELRY BY DEB CONRAD
No, Vitreous Enameling isn’t the name of a Greek shipping magnate. Instead, it’s a wonderful new course never before offered in OCCC’s community education lineup! Enameling is the ancient art of combining the variables of glass, metal, and heat to create long-lasting beautiful works of art. In this three-hour workshop, you will learn about the history and practice of enameling, and then turn theory into practice as you plan, prepare, and kiln-fire at least two colorful pairs of enameled earrings. All supplies will be provided, and you will be able to wear your creations home. Please wear cotton or other natural fibers and closed-toed shoes. $30 materials fee includes your choice of two pairs of copper shapes with ear wires and all safety equipment, plus use of a variety of transparent and opaque enamel powders and all tools. INSTRUCTOR: DEB CONRAD TUESDAY, 2-5PM • APRIL 30 $20 PLUS $30 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL CAMPUS NEWPORT REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED
Oil Painting Using the Wet-on-Wet Method
Learn how to paint an oil painting using the wet on wet method. This method begins with painting the entire canvas with a light coat of oil paint for an easy blending technique. Learn how easy it is to blend and detail as you go, even if you currently don’t have any drawing capabilities. INSTRUCTOR: GEORGINA NIELSEN THURSDAYS, 6–7:30 PM • APRIL 25 – JUNE 13 $75 PLUS $20 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL CAMPUS NEWPORT REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED
Learn how to collect mussels from the local tide pools. Participants will learn how to practice careful environmental stewardship and safety while harvesting. Learn how to read the tides, and the surf conditions, before heading out to harvest. And, try some fresh mussels, prepared right there on the beach! Participants must have a valid Oregon Shellfish License. Note: Class subject to cancelation with short notice, depending on ocean swell/surf conditions. INSTRUCTOR: PAUL ROBERTSON WEDNESDAY, 10AM • APRIL 24 • $20 BEACH LOCATION TBA, LINCOLN CITY
Open Weave Tule Basket
Learn about western Oregon Tribal history, importance of Tule for Native American people, Tule plant identification, proper gathering and processing methods along with learning traditional Native American weaving techniques to create a Tule basket. Taught by Stephanie Craig, a member of the Grand Ronde tribe and cultural erhnobotanist, specialist in Northwest Native American basketry, students will gain insights and skills in how to traditionally process local materials and learn different local tribal weaving techniques and practices. INSTRUCTOR: STEPHANIE CRAIG MONDAY & FRIDAY, 10AM – 4:30 PM • APRIL 8 & 12 $45 PLUS $35 MATERIALS FEE NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED
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Do you find yourself listening to an odd chirp while walking or gardening? Are you fascinated by the random rustlings in the bushes? Do you notice and enjoy the birds in your world, but wish you knew more about these clever and busy neighbors? This is just the class for you! Participants will learn how birds behave so it will be easier to find, watch, and identify the type you are seeing. Bird identification, adaptions, and habitat will be introduced. Birds of the Oregon Coast will be our focus during this 2-week class. Participants will have access to bird guides and binoculars and will learn how to use them. The final trip of the class will be a field trip to identify birds in the area. INSTRUCTOR: CAREN WILLOUGHBY & LAURA DOYLE TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS, 1:30 – 3 PM MAY 21 & 23 & 28 & 30 $40 PLUS $10 MATERIALS FEE NORTH CENTER, LINCOLN CITY REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED
A Western Gull drops a clam on the rocks at Siletz Bay in Lincoln City this winter. OCCC PHOTO
Family History Research for Beginners
Presented by Lincoln County Genealogical Society (LCGS) Who are you? What makes you… well, you? We all know that we carry DNA from our ancestors, but even more than that, we carry our ancestors’ cultures, beliefs, values and stories forward into the future. What’s your family’s story? Quite often, we don’t know much, if anything, about our family further than a couple of generations back. Effective genealogical or family history research often begins with identifying goals, such as solving a family mystery or researching one of your family’s surnames. As you do initial research, you will find that those goals will take shape and give you a direction to work toward. This six-week course will provide you the necessary tools to begin your journey into family history and genealogical research. The format of the class will include hands-on Internet research. Consequently, some computer familiarity is advised. Materials will be provided by instructors and a one-year Lincoln County Genealogical Society membership will be gifted to class participants. If possible, please bring information (name, date of birth or age estimate, and residence location) of an ancestor who was living in United States in 1940. In this class you will learn how to build a basic family tree and organize your information. You’ll learn how to evaluate and analyze sources, becoming familiar with a variety of genealogical websites along the way. You will discover your family’s history by way of census reports, birth, marriage and death records, immigration and military records, and by networking and collaborating with other family researchers. You might be surprised what you find! INSTRUCTORS: LINCOLN COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY MEMBERS FRIDAYS, 1-4PM • APRIL 12 – MAY 31 (NO CLASS APRIL 19 & MAY 24) $20 PLUS $18 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS, NEWPORT REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED 10 • register: 541-996-6222 or oregoncoastcc.org/communityed • spring 2019
Meditation is now main stream and is being practiced in many different places in many different ways. The meditation that will be taught has its roots in Zen practice. In our everyday lives we can see how complex life can be and how we need to have a place to relax and catch our breath sometimes, in this class you will learn that this place of rest already exists in our own bodies. The most important point in this class is to learn how to, Just SIT, and be very comfortable and restful, a practice and tool that can be applied to any life endeavor. INSTRUCTOR: JOE ARMENIO WEDNESDAYS, 6:00 – 7:30 PM $35 • APRIL 17 – MAY 8 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS NEWPORT REGISTER AT OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/COMMUNITYED
Learn to Play Pickleball
Not for nothing is pickleball the fastest-growing sport in America. It’s easier on the knees and ankles than racquetball or tennis, yet it’s good exercise – and great fun. The sport is easy to pick up, and it’s got a legion of fans right here in Lincoln County, including at the rec centers in Newport and Lincoln City. This class, presented by the Lincoln City Parks & Recreation and the Lincoln City Pickleball Club.
Images from the Lincoln City Community Center, when the LC Pickleball Club introduced Lincoln City Rotarians to the sport. OCCC PHOTO
SATURDAYS, 9:30AM-NOON APRIL 6 TO MAY 11 NO PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. PARTICIPANTS WILL COMPLETE OCCC REGISTRATION FORM ON-SITE. PRICE: FREE WITH PAID ADMISSION: $3.75 PER VISIT FOR LINCOLN CITY RESIDENTS, NON-RESIDENTS: $6.50 OR WITH A PASS. LINCOLN CITY COMMUNITY CENTER
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Oregon Coast Community College Commencement June 14, 2019 • Newport Performing Arts Center
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A new leader, for a new OCCC Program OSCAR JUÁREZ TRADES EL PASO FOR NEWPORT TO LEAD EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAM Amidst a backdrop of ferns and firs, a little potted cactus sits on a windowsill at Oregon Coast Community College’s Central County Campus in Newport. It’s there to help ease the transition for Oscar Juárez as he acclimates to his new environment. Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, Oscar moved to Newport early in the year to head the College’s brand-new Early Childhood Education program, and though he has no regrets, he admits it has been an adjustment. “I definitely miss the climate, that’s why I have this little guy with me,” he said, tilting his head toward the colorful pot. “But Newport actually reminds me of home in lots of other ways. Even though I came from a big city, we have a small-town feel – and I like that there is that small-town feel here, too. Also, one of my daughters, Clara, came out with me for the interview. She liked it here, so that sealed it.” Oscar and his wife, Terry, have five children. Clara, 21 years old, and Yasmin, 20, are currently college students. Their other three children Jesus, 17, Oscar B., 13, and Alicia, 10, are still in school, so the family decided that Juárez would make the move alone until the end of the current term, with the family due to join him in Newport in June or July.
I felt this was a community that needed me more, and now that I’ve been here for a bit, I feel I made the right choice.
The early education of an early educator
Though Juárez originally went to college to study chemistry, a conversation with his old high school chemistry teacher caused him to change lanes. At the time, he was just two semesters shy of graduating with a bachelor’s degree. “He told me he thought I would enjoy teaching better than being stuck in a lab,” Oscar said. “At that time, my family had started to grow and my priorities were changing, so instead of finishing school I looked for work and ended up at the Head Start program.” He found the work very fulfilling, but a peer at Head Start encouraged him to go back and finish his bachelor’s, which he ultimately did at New Mexico State University. Still not satisfied, he applied for a graduate program at the University of Texas at El Paso. “I was told that I was accepted on the first day that class started, so I had to get everything like my student ID, financial aid, and books taken care of really fast,” he said. “But even with that rough beginning, I finished, so I was happy, and it has made me more sympathetic to what many students have to go through to get everything they need to start a new program.” After graduating with a master’s in Curriculum and Instruction, Oscar continued to work for Head Start. “I continued with Head Start because they were the first ones to give me an opportunity,” he said. “But I also found that I love working with kids that come from low-income families. That’s really what kept me there.”
The OCCC Early Childhood Education Pathway Certificate program will prepare students to work at programs like Head Start, become family child care providers and child care teachers, or will get them on their way toward a teaching degree if that is the direction they choose to take. “Individuals who want to work as teachers with infants or in preschool settings need to have as a minimum a certificate in Early Childhood Education,” said Linda Mollino, OCCC’s Director of Career and Technical Educational programs. “There are some people who want to work in the field but not as teachers, or they may already be working in the field and just want to show proof that they have some training but don’t necessarily plan on earning a certificate or a two- or four-year degree.” This program will assist them in moving up on the Oregon Registry. Partial funding for the new program, which is based on the one at Portland Community College, came from a grant from the Meyer Memorial Trust. “We addressed it as a rural education project with two components: early childhood and K-12,” Mollino said. “The goal is to get more people into early childhood education in Lincoln County and to keep them here, because that’s something we have a need for.” The way the program is structured, students can actually get in to the early education program during high school. “The program only launched this winter, but we already have high school students who are interested in early childhood education,” Mollino said. “Students can take dual credit classes; meaning that they can be taking classes with us or at the high school, and get credit at both for the same class. That way they can be almost finished with their certificate by the time they graduate. It also gives them an early taste of what college will be like.” Early Childhood Education program participants also have opportunities to experience the industry by volunteering at the Lincoln County School District.
Even more education pathways
Mollino and other staff hope that OCCC will help fill the need for local grade and high school teachers as well. Through a new rural teacher education program, also funded by Meyer Memorial Trust, OCCC is working with the Lincoln County School District to provide local residents with the chance to earn a four-year teaching degree right here at home – excepting about nine months studying in Monmouth at Western Oregon University – and to help them find permanent teaching positions right here in Lincoln County after they complete their degrees. “They can take their general education requirements here and earn an associate’s degree, then finish their four-year degree at Western Oregon University, and then come back here for their practicum,” Mollino said. “Basically what we are doing is growing teachers. As a career choice, teachers are in high demand, and we always try to provide opportunities for job security.”
Connecting with the community
Accepting the Early Childhood Education Program position was made slightly harder for Oscar by a competing offer from a different employer at about the same time, but ultimately, he went with his heart.
“My alma mater called me with the same type of position at almost the exact same time as I heard from OCCC,” he said. “I felt this was a community that needed me more, and now that I’ve been here for a bit I feel I made the right choice. I have a lot of experience working with low-income families, and as a Hispanic person, I’ve heard from people that said they were excited to see someone with their skin color who can speak their language, and others saying that seeing me in this job gives them hope.” According to Mollino, Juárez’s educational background, work experience at Head Start and his cultural background were large factors contributing to his appointment. “Part of Oscar’s role is representing the program in all of the different communities we have here in Lincoln County,” she said. “We feel we made the perfect choice.” Whether the windowsill that holds his cactus is here on the Oregon Coast, or somewhere much warmer, what gets Oscar Juárez springing out of bed in the morning is the passion he has for his work. “The most satisfaction I’ve ever had was walking down a hallway where all the kids knew who I was and were calling out my name,” he said. “I felt like a rock star. Parents of kids who weren’t even in my classes would say that they heard about me more than about their kid’s regular teachers. That’s been my greatest joy, and now I get to help grow a program that will give other people the same chance to find that joy.” – Story & photos by Gretchen Ammerman
Learn more about OCCC’s Early Childhood Education Program Visit oregoncoastcc.org/early-childhood-education, or call 541-867-8501. Or, schedule an advising appointment with academic advisor Theresa Harper in Newport or Lincoln City, at oregoncoastcc.org/advising-appointments.
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OCCC Credit Courses: Spring 2019 aquarium science course number AQS111-Z1 AQS165-Z1 AQS186-Z1 AQS216-Z1 AQS220-Z1 AQS295-Z1
title AQUARIUM SCIENCE PRACTICUM 2 CURRENT ISSUES IN AQUARIUM SCIENCE INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC DIVING ELASMOBRANCH HUSBANDRY BIOLOGY OF CAPTIVE INVERTEBRATES AQUARIUM SCIENCE INTERNSHIP
days M W T R W T R TBA
time 4:00PM-5:00PM 3:00PM-3:50PM 4:30PM-6:20PM 1:00PM-2:50PM 2:00PM-3:20PM -TBA
location CC-245 CC-245 CC-245 CC-245 CC-245 Online
instructor CLIFFORD, KEVIN E. MILLER-MORGAN, TIMOTHY WALKER, JENNA M. SQUIERS, ALYSSA F. SQUIERS, ALYSSA F. CLIFFORD, KEVIN E.
course number ART115-Z1 ART131A-Z1 ART131B-Z1 ART131C-Z1 ART209-Z1 ART231A-Z1 ART231B-Z1 ART231C-Z1 ART270A-Z1 ART270B-Z1 ART270C-Z1 ART271A-Z1 ART271B-Z1 ART271C-Z1 ART279A-Z1
title BASIC DESIGN - 2D FOUNDATIONS DRAWING I DRAWING I DRAWING I HISTORY OF ASIAN ART (JAPAN) DRAWING II DRAWING II DRAWING II PRINTMAKING I PRINTMAKING I PRINTMAKING I PRINTMAKING II PRINTMAKING II PRINTMAKING II EXPERIMENTAL MEDIA
days T R M W M W M W F M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W M W T R
time 1:00PM-3:30PM 5:30PM-8:20PM 5:30PM-8:20PM 5:30PM-8:20PM 9:00AM-12:00PM 5:30PM-8:20PM 5:30PM-8:20PM 5:30PM-8:20PM 2:00PM-4:50PM 2:00PM-4:50PM 2:00PM-4:50PM 2:00PM-4:50PM 2:00PM-4:50PM 2:00PM-4:50PM 9:00AM-11:50AM
location NC-220 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174
instructor PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON OTSUKI, SACHIKO PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON ABE-ICHIEN, HELEN
course number BA101-Z1 BA111-Z1 BA206-Z1 BA213-Z2 BA223-Z1 EC201-Z1
title INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING PRIN ECON: MICROECONOMICS
days TBA TBA TBA M TBA TBA
time -TBA -TBA -TBA 3:30PM-5:20PM -TBA -TBA
location Online Online Online NC-222 Online Online
instructor FLORES, ALBERTO M. CHARLES, GREGORY FLORES, ALBERTO M. SWAIN, JASON H. FLORES, ALBERTO M. NOBLE, TONY B.
course number BI103-Z1 BI112-Z1 BI142-Z1 BI233-Z1 ESR171-Z1
title BIOLOGY CELL BIOLOGY FOR HEALTH OCC HABITATS: MARINE BIOLOGY HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY III ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE BIO PERSPECTIVE
days T R M W T R M W T R
time 8:30AM-9:50AM 5:30PM-7:20PM 9:00AM-10:20AM 9:00AM-10:20AM 10:30AM-11:50AM
location CC-236 CC-062 NC-217 CC-062 CC-062
instructor SQUIERS, ALYSSA F. FISHER, MATTHEW R. MANN, MARION E. FISHER, MATTHEW R. FISHER, MATTHEW R.
Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination The College prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, veteran status, age, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law in any area, activity or operation of the College. The College also prohibits retaliation against an individual for engaging in activity protected under this policy, and interfering with rights or privileges granted under anti-discrimination laws. In addition, the College complies with applicable provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (as amended), related Executive Orders 11246 and 11375, Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (as amended), Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (“USERRA’), and all local and state civil rights laws. Under this policy, equal opportunity for
employment, admission, and participation in the College’s programs, services, and activities will be extended to all persons, and the College will promote equal opportunity and treatment through application of this policy and other College efforts designed for that purpose. Persons having questions about equal opportunity and nondiscrimination should contact either: Dean of Students Cindy Carlson 541-867-8511 firstname.lastname@example.org Human Resources Manager Joy Gutknecht 541-867-8515 email@example.com. Questions can also be mailed to their attention at: 400 SE College Way, Newport, OR 97366.
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OCCC Credit Courses: Spring 2019 computer technology course number CAS121-Z1 CAS122-Z1 CAS133-Z1 CAS216-Z1
title BEGINNING KEYBOARDING KEYBOARDING FOR SPEED/ACCURACY BASIC COMPUTER SKILL/MS OFFICE BEGINNING WORD
days R R W TBA
time 5:30PM-7:20PM 5:30PM-7:20PM 5:30PM-7:50PM -TBA
location CC-061 CC-061 NC-222 Online
instructor HOADLEY, TABITHA L. HOADLEY, TABITHA L. BOYCE, THOMAS BOYCE, THOMAS
course number CG100-Z1 CG100-Z2
title COLLEGE SURVIVAL AND SUCCESS COLLEGE SURVIVAL AND SUCCESS
days T R W
time 10:30AM-11:50AM 3:30PM-5:20PM
location CC-151 NC-211
instructor HAMILTON, LAURA K. HARPER, THERESA
course number title COMM111-Z1 PUBLIC SPEAKING COMM111-Z2 PUBLIC SPEAKING
days T R TBA
time 10:00AM-11:50AM -TBA
location CC-049 Online
instructor TRUJILLO-DALBEY, FRANCISCA BISHOP, JANICE M.
course number ECE122I-Z1 ECE130A-Z1 ECE133-Z1
title ENVIRONMENTS & CURRICULUM FOR INFANTS AND TODDLERS PRACTICUM SEMINAR 1 PRACTICUM 1 IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
T R T TBA
3:30PM-5:20PM 5:30PM-7:20PM -TBA
CC-049 CC-049 TBD
JUAREZ, OSCAR JUAREZ, OSCAR JUAREZ, OSCAR
course number ED224-Z1 ED224-Z2
title FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
days R R
time 5:30PM-8:20PM 5:30PM-8:20PM
location CC-032 NC-211
instructor STAFF, STAFF STAFF, STAFF
course number ENG104-Z1 ENG104-Z2 ENG260-Z1
title INTRO TO LITERATURE (FICTION) INTRO TO LITERATURE (FICTION) INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN WRITERS
days M W M W TBA
time 5:30PM-7:20PM 5:30PM-7:20PM -TBA
location CC-032 NC-208 Online
instructor LASK, PAUL LASK, PAUL PAVLISH, CATHERINE A.
course number G203-Z1 G207-Z1 HE242-Z1 HE250-Z1 HEC201-Z1
title HISTORICAL GEOLOGY GEOLOGY OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST STRESS AND HUMAN HEALTH PERSONAL HEALTH FAMILY PARTNERSHIPS IN EDUCATION
days T R W TBA TBA W
time 2:00PM-4:50PM 5:30PM-8:20PM -TBA -TBA 4:00PM-6:20PM
location CC-233 CC-233 Online Online CC-047
instructor BERNHARDT, GILBERT T. BERNHARDT, GILBERT T. MARKEL, JEANNE C. RICHARDSON, OLLIE V. HAMILTON, LAURA K.
course number HST103-Z1 HST203-Z1 HST203-Z2 HST240-Z1 J103-Z1
title WESTERN CIV: MODERN EUROPE HISTORY OF THE US 1914 TO PRESENT HISTORY OF THE US 1914 TO PRESENT OREGON HISTORY INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA WRITING
days TBA W TBA M W M W
time -TBA 1:00PM-3:20PM -TBA 10:30AM-12:20PM 3:30PM-5:20PM
location Online CC-062 Online NC-208 CC-061
instructor ANAND, LILIA D. JACKSON, TUCKER JACKSON, TUCKER STAFF, STAFF DEWAR, GREGORY
course number LIB127-Z1
title INFORMATION RESEARCH IN A FIELD OF STUDY
early childhood education education english
geology & health
history & journalism
instructor ADOLF, DARCI L.
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OCCC Credit Courses: Spring 2019 mathematics course number MTH105-Z1 MTH105-Z2 MTH111-Z1 MTH111-Z2 MTH112-Z1 MTH244-Z1 MTH251-Z1 MTH60-Z1 MTH65-Z1 MTH95-Z1 MTH95-Z2 MTH98-Z1
title MATH IN SOCIETY MATH IN SOCIETY COLLEGE ALGEBRA COLLEGE ALGEBRA ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS STATISTICS II CALCULUS I INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA - FIRST TERM INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA- SECOND TERM INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA MATH LITERACY II
days M W M W T R TBA W T T R W T R T R M W T R
time 8:00AM-10:20AM 8:00AM-10:20AM 8:00AM-10:20AM -TBA 1:00PM-3:20PM 5:00PM-7:20PM 10:30AM-12:20PM 8:00AM-10:20AM 8:00AM-10:20AM 8:00AM-10:20AM 5:30PM-7:50PM 5:00PM-7:20PM
location CC-032 NC-208 CC-048 Online CC-032 CC-048 CC-048 CC-047 CC-047 CC-032 NC-220 CC-047
instructor WILLIAMS, ALISON WILLIAMS, ALISON THOMAS, MATTHEW WILLIAMS, ALISON BURAK, MARGE M. WILLIAMS, ALISON WILLIAMS, ALISON BURAK, MARGE M. KEEHN, ROGER A. BURAK, MARGE M. HUFF, DAMIAN J. BURAK, MARGE M.
course number MUP171A-Z1 MUP174A-Z1 MUP177A-Z1 MUP180A-Z1 MUP192A-Z1 MUP293A-Z1 MUS110-Z1 MUS191P-Z1 MUS191-Z1 MUS192P-Z1 MUS192-Z1 MUS193P-Z1 MUS193-Z1 MUS205-Z1 MUS220A-Z1
title APPLIED MUSIC/PIANO APPLIED MUSIC/VOICE APPLIED MUSIC/VIOLINCELLO APPLIED MUSIC/GUITAR APPLIED MUSIC/MISCELLANEOUS APPLIED MUSIC/GUITAR II FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC CLASS PIANO I CLASS GUITAR I CLASS PIANO II CLASS GUITAR II CLASS PIANO III CLASS GUITAR III INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ HISTORY CONCERT CHOIR I-VI
days TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA M W T R T R T R T R TBA T R T R T R
time -TBA -TBA -TBA -TBA -TBA -TBA 1:00PM-2:50PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 3:30PM-4:50PM 11:30AM-12:50PM
location CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179
instructor SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MCKENNEY, CHRISTINE M. FOLLETT, KATHLEEN J. SCOVILLE, MARY LEE STAFF, STAFF SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE
course number title NCMA113-Z1 CLINICAL PRACTICUM I NCMA125-Z1 PHARMACOLOGY NUR101-Z1 NURSING ASSISTANT LEVEL 1 NUR143-Z1 CARE OF ACUTELY III PATIENTS & DEVELOPING FAMILIES II NUR145-Z1 INTRO TO PHARMACOLOGY & PATHOPHYSIOLOGY NUR243-Z1 PREPARATION FOR ENTRY INTO PRACTICE NUR244-Z1 PREPARATION FOR THE NCLEX-RN EXAM FN225-Z1 NUTRITION MP111-Z1 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
days TW M TBA
time 8:00AM-5:00PM 10:00AM-12:50PM -TBA
location TBD CC-048 TBD
instructor BRECIK, SHANNON D. BRECIK, SHANNON D. BARTON, LYNN R.
M R TBA MTW TBA TBA TBA
9:00AM-11:50AM -TBA 9:00AM-12:50PM -TBA -TBA -TBA
CC-249 Online CC-271 Online Online Online
JACOBS, DIANE BARTON, LYNN R. BARTON, LYNN R. BARTON, LYNN R. ORTON, ALESHA S. REANEY, BONNIE J.
course number PE182K-Z1 PE182L-Z1 PE199Y-Z1
title YOGA I YOGA II SURFING
days T R T R F
time 5:30PM-6:50PM 5:30PM-6:50PM 4:00PM-5:00PM
location CC-151 CC-151 CC-048
instructor STAFF, STAFF STAFF, STAFF RICHARDSON, OLLIE V.
course number PSY101-Z1 PSY215-Z1 PSY239-Z1 RD115-Z1 SOC204-Z1 SOC206-Z1
title PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN RELATIONS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INTRO TO ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY COLLEGE READING SOCIOLOGY IN EVERYDAY LIFE SOCIAL PROBLEMS
days M TBA TBA T R T R M W
time 1:30PM-3:20PM -TBA -TBA 1:00PM-2:50PM 5:30PM-7:20PM 10:30AM-12:20PM
location CC-070 Online Online CC-151 NC-222 CC-047
instructor LAUGHLIN, RICK E. LAUGHLIN, RICK E. MARKEL, JEANNE C. HAMILTON, LAURA K. PUTTMAN, KIMBERLY RESZ, SUSAN D.
nursing & allied health
psychology, reading & sociology
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OCCC Credit Courses: Spring 2019 spanish course number SPA101-Z1 SPA103-Z1 SPA111C-Z1 SPA113C-Z1 SPA203-Z1 SPA213C-Z1
title FIRST YEAR SPANISH- FIRST TERM FIRST YEAR SPANISH- THIRD TERM FIRST YR SPANISH CONVERSATION FIRST YEAR SPANISH CONVERSATION SECOND YEAR SPANISH- 3RD TERM INTERMEDIATE SPANISH
days M W T R M W T R M W M W
time 1:30PM-3:20PM 1:30PM-3:20PM 1:00PM-1:25PM 1:00PM-1:25PM 8:30AM-10:20AM 8:00AM-8:25AM
location NC-208 CC-048 NC-208 CC-048 CC-049 CC-049
instructor WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN
course number WR115-Z1 WR115-Z2 WR121-Z1 WR121-Z2 WR121-Z3 WR122-Z1 WR122-Z2 WR122-Z3 WR241-Z1
title INTRODUCTION TO EXPOSITORY WRITING INTRODUCTION TO EXPOSITORY WRITING ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION CREATIVE WRITING (FICTION)
days F T R M W T R TBA T R T R TBA T R
time 1:00PM-2:50PM 5:30PM-7:20PM 1:00PM-2:50PM 3:30PM-5:20PM -TBA 10:30AM-12:20PM 3:30PM-5:20PM -TBA 3:30PM-5:20PM
location CC-049 NC-208 CC-249 NC-222 Online CC-047 NC-208 Online CC-062
instructor LASK, PAUL GASPAR, KAHEA HAMILTON, LAURA K. TICE, KIRK PAVLISH, CATHERINE A. MISITI, PATRICK J. GASPAR, KAHEA TICE, KIRK MISITI, PATRICK J.
SURFING, WITH OLLIE RICHARDSON
HABIT A MARI TS: NE BI OLOG Y
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ged, esol & more Want to earn your GED certificate? OCCC offers GED preparation classes each term in both Newport and Lincoln City. These classes cost $20 per term. To get started, attend a mandatory two-session orientation at either location (see below). A student must be at least 16 years old to attend classes or take the test, and 16- and 17-year-olds must complete a Home School application from Linn Benton Lincoln Educational Service District, send it back to LBL-ESD, then return the Authorization form to the testing examiner to “unlock” the test. For those who take classes at the College, the forms will be available and this process is expedited during orientation. Spring 2019 Orientation Schedule for GED & Adult General Education Classes Two-day or two-night orientation attendance required before enrolling in a GED class.
Newport Day Class Orientation Newport Night Class Orientation Lincoln City Day Class Orientation Lincoln City Night Class Orientation Newport Day Class Newport Night Class Lincoln City Day Class Lincoln City Night Class
12 to 4 pm, Mon. & Wed., April 1 & 3 or April 29 & May 1 5:30 pm-9 pm, Mon. & Wed., April 1 & 3 or April 29 & May 1 9 am-Noon, Tues. & Thurs., April 2 & 4 or April 30 & May 2 5 pm-8 pm, Tues. & Thurs., April 2 & 4 or April 30 & May 2
Spring 2019 GED & Adult General Education Class Schedule
Mondays & Wednesdays, 1pm-3:50 pm, starting April 1 & 29 Mondays & Wednesdays, 5:30 pm-8:20 pm, starting April 1 & 29 Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9 am-Noon, starting April 2 & 30 Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5 pm-8 pm, starting April 2 & 30
Room 25 Room 25 Room 124 Room 124 Room 27 Room 27 Room 123 Room 123
OCCC’s ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Classes
Instructor: Will Quillian, firstname.lastname@example.org Beginning the week of April 1 • 541-867-8517 Newport Morning Class Lunes, Miercoles, & Viernes (Mon, Wed & Fri), 9 am-11:20 am Room 24 Newport Night Class Lunes e Miercoles (Mon & Wed), 6 pm-8 pm Meets at Oceanspray Family Center, 1039 NW Nye St. Newport Night Class Martes e Jueves (Tues & Thurs), 6 pm-8 pm Meets at Foodshare of Lincoln County, 535 NE 1st St. Laboratorio de Escritura (Writing Lab): Intermedio/avanzado (Intermediate/advanced) Lunes e Miercoles (Mon & Wed), 11:30 am-12:50 pm Room 24 Jueves (Thursday), 2 pm-3:20 pm Room 24
ged testing info Registering for GED Testing • Visit GED Testing Services at GED.com • Create a My GED account • Write down your User Name and password for future access Making an Appointment • Locate the Testing Center • Check the testing schedule • Choose an appointment day/time • Pay for the test (credit or debit card or voucher) GED Testing Fees • The fee for each test is $38 (there are four tests). • Testing candidates will be able to take two 18 • register: 541-996-6222 • spring 2019
re-tests per subject area (8 total). The retest fee is $10. All initial and retest fees are paid when a testing appointment is made. Arriving for Your Test • Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled test appointment. • Please bring a valid government issued picture I.D. with a signature. Your ID can not be expired. • Check in at Student Services. • Read & sign Candidate Rules Agreement. For 16- and 17-Year-Old Students Candidates 16 and 17 years of age must provide proof of one of the following in order to take the GED test: • A Release from Compulsory Attendance from last high school attended.
• Be a student in the GED Options program. • Married or legally emancipated. What to Bring Candidates should refrain from bringing to the testing center large items such as backpacks, purses, laptops and other electronics, and books. Your personal items must fit in small lockers provided to you during testing. You will be asked to remove large watches and other large jewelry before entering the room. The only things candidates need to bring are their ID and car keys (if applicable). For more details, contact the OCCC GED Testing Specialist at 541-867-8505. To obtain a copy of a GED certificate or GED transcript, visit GED.com.
Thanks, Judy, for offering this class! We learned key steps to be successful and how important is to work as a team to provide the best service and guest experience.
– MARITERE VALLEJO, LINCOLN CITY
customer service training Affordable professional development training for employers & job-seekers.
What brings customers back, visit after visit? Excellent service. Customer service training is expensive for employers and employees, and really fantastic training is nearly impossible to find on the coast. Until now. Oregon Coast Community College’s Small Business Development Center presents the internationally-recognized Guest Service Gold: Oregon Edition workshop at OCCC’s Lincoln City center. The curriculum and certification is internationally recognized, and is produced by the American Hotel &
Lodging Education Institute, and was customized for Oregon training by the Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association’s Education Foundation. The program’s lead instructor, Judy Hardy, has decades of experience in the Lincoln County hospitality industry and is an experienced trainer serving groups in states across the country. For the Spring 2019 term, the Oregon Coast SBDC will offer this program as needed, based on demand. Employers seeking to send five or more employees for Guest Service Gold training should call the SBDC at 541-994-4166. Group pricing discounts will apply.
Guest Service Gold
Guest service is the heart and soul of hospitality, and every hospitality employee, no matter what their job, needs to have a foundation in guest service. Guest Service Gold, which you can earn after successfully testing after Week 1, is a comprehensive program that creates guest service-oriented employees who know how to engage with guests and to provide memorable service. Skills are pertinent for lodging, restaurants, transportation, attractions, and retail occupations. Successfully complete this course and you will have earned an internationally accredited certification that can help you stand out among other applicants for any job in the hospitality industry. All with sufficient scores on this test will be provided an official certificate and a lapel pin. spring 2019 • register: 541-996-6222 • 19
Small Business Classes Foundations of Business Success
The Oregon Coast Community College Small Business Development Center is pleased to offer this course in concert with the Linn-Benton Community College SBDC. The course is led by Stephen Fuller, a successful entrepreneur in the Corvallis area who is also a former business advisor here on the coast. The class will originate from LBCC and will be live simulcast via 2-way video to OCCC’s Central County Campus in Newport. Wendy Ludwig, OCCC business advisor, will lead the class in Newport. In this 10-session class, participants will learn how to create and assess a business plan for a new business. The 10-week series includes professional speakers covering financial management, pricing, cash flow, marketing, sales, legal topics, insurance, bookkeeping systems and market research. This is the perfect course for the entrepreneur who owns a new business (aged zero to 4 years, approximately) looking to find every competitive advantage. INSTRUCTOR: STEPHEN FULLER & WENDY LUDWIG TUESDAYS, 6-9PM • APRIL 2 – JUNE 11 • $250 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS, NEWPORT REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/SBDC
Six Steps to a Better Business Crank up the EQ: powerful class provides Lincoln County business owners and manDiscover Emotional Intelligence This agers the chance to step out of your business and get focused. You will away with concrete ideas on how to increase your profits, make & Develop New Leadership Skills walk your team more effective, and get a better grip on your time manageBack by popular demand, the OCCC SBDC is pleased to once again offer Stewart Brannen’s fresh take on the benefits of focusing on honing and understanding your Emotional Intelligence (EQ). Created last year, Brannen’s first iteration of this program was met with praise from workshop participants. New for Spring ‘19, Stewart is adding a Leadership component to the course. Warm up to the fascinating world of emotional intelligence (EQ) and discover how to apply a richer understanding to the interplay of human emotions in our daily lives. Modern science is revealing that the more EQ we have, the greater likelihood we are to succeed in our jobs, in our relationships, in our family life and most importantly with ourselves. Instructed by a certified intentional leadership coach, this class is designed to share the latest insights into EQ and how it can generate “Aha!” moments in our personal awareness and interaction with others. Stewart Brannen is CEO of the Siletz Tribal Business Corporation.
ment. You will leave this practical seminar with a clearer direction and new tools to achieve your goals faster. The instructor will discuss strategies and proven techniques to enable you to spend more time working on your business, rather than simply working in your Business. The instructor will also demonstrate how to improve the productivity and commitment of team members, as well as showing you how you can attract, retain, and motivate the very best team in your business, cost-effectively. Dr. Flores is Oregon Coast Community College’s first-ever full-time business faculty and is growing the College’s various degree and certificate programs. His class is open dr. alberto flores to anyone and ideal for any Lincoln County entrepreneur, or anyone thinking of starting a business.
INSTRUCTOR: STEWART BRANNEN TUESDAYS, 6-7:30PM • APRIL 9-30 • $45 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS, NEWPORT REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/SBDC
INSTRUCTOR: DR. ALBERTO FLORES IN ENGLISH: WEDNESDAY, 5-8PM • APRIL 10 • $25 IN SPANISH: WEDNESDAY, 5-8PM • MAY 15 • 25 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/
This material is based upon work supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration under Cooperative Agreement Number SBAHQ-18-B-0034. SBA’s funding is not an endorsement of any products, opinions, or services. All SBA funded programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested in advance. Contact the SBDC at Oregon Coast Community College, 3788 SE High School Dr., Lincoln City, OR 97367, 541-994-4166.
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Small Business Classes NEW FOR SPRING!
Effectively Target Your Best Customers
Many small businesses grab any customers they can get, but this often isn’t reflected by a productive and profitable business. Are you spinning your wheels trying to reach and retain certain customers? Do you know why they come or go? Do you know which segments of your clientele are growing or declining? Are you able to determine which targets are most viable and profitable? This class will guide participants through a process to identify key personas (customer segments) they currently have and want to reach. You’ll walk through the process to thoroughly define what makes each group tick, what motivates them, what they value, determine who they are, along with how they think and behave. Ultimately, you’ll learn how you can best reach and serve them, while getting your team on board to make it happen. Outcomes: • Clearly defined personas (target groups) for your business • Options to target/reach each of these unique groups • An action plan to communicate and implement with your team INSTRUCTOR: LAURA FURGURSON MONDAY & THURSDAY, 5:30-8:30PM MAY 13 & 16 • $50 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/SBDC
NEW FOR SPRING!
Refine and Enhance Your Brand
NEW FOR SPRING!
Differentiate with Service Excellence
With such a service-driven economy, it is important that local businesses are able to differentiate themselves based on how they connect with their customers. Are you struggling to grow your customer base or increase repeat visits? Do you want a more consistent level of business? Would evening out seasonality be helpful? This course will help participants move past basic service delivery to creating an environment that fosters and rewards excellence. Discover how your organization can establish a stellar reputation and be recognized for service beyond expectations. Learn to capture and utilize these favorable reviews to attract and retain loyal customers that will shout your accolades from the seashore. Outcomes: • Determine easy to implement WOW factors for each current and potential customer touch-point • Create a priority-based action plan to chart your next steps and get your team excited to provide service excellence • Capture more favorable reviews and leverage them for increased business
Do you feel your marketing efforts and advertising dollars are being wasted? How can you INSTRUCTOR: LAURA FURGURSON create a more consistent look and feel of your MONDAY & WEDNESDAY, 2-5PM • JUNE 3 & 5 • $50 organization? Does a current or prospective NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY customer see, hear, feel consistent messages REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/SBDC from all their touch-points with your organization? This class will help evaluate your current look/feel/style and guide improvements based including your business’ Promise, Approach/Tone, Values/ on the top criteria of successful branding. Participants will walk Team Behavior, Virtues/Customer Experience, Visuals and away with their own branding guidelines to share with their Voice team and implement quickly. We will go far beyond your logo, • Branding guidelines/booklet to communicate and implecolors or pitch to clearly define your branding elements to enment with your team sure a consistent and meaningful experience for your clientele. Outcomes: • Detailed understanding of what makes a strong brand • Your own unique key branding elements will be defined
INSTRUCTOR: LAURA FURGURSON MONDAY & WEDNESDAY, 2-5PM • MAY 20 & 22 • $50 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/SBDC
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Small Business Classes Doing Business in Lincoln County Profit Mastery An introduction to business formation, licensing, registration, marketing, and operations. The course is a mix of general start-up information and specific considerations for Oregon Coast businesses. From its start, with a lively exercise in determining break-even point, to philosophical discussions of the traits and personalities common in successful entrepreneurs, this class is a powerful first step for someone contemplating launching their own business and a robust refresher for owners and managers of established businesses. INSTRUCTOR: CRAIG GRANT WEDNESDAY, 10AM – 1PM • APRIL 17 • $25 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
Social Media: Keeping Up with the Changes
Are you using the right social media channels for your business? There are many platforms, they each work differently and can provide different results for varying types of businesses. They also have different tools, strategies, clients, and markets. Just this winter, Facebook unveiled a series of changes to its algorithm – changes that have profoundly affected how businesses need to use the tool to market effectively on Facebook. How can a small business keep up and have the time to be successful while doing all the other operational issues required to thrive on the Coast? This class will cover the many changes, updates, and tools each platform uses (including Facebook’s recent major changes) and how to determine which Social Media tools may work best for you and your business. INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT WEDNESDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • MAY 15 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT FRIDAY, 9-12PM • MAY 17 • $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY FRIDAY, 2-5PM • MAY 17 • $35 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS, NEWPORT
Profit Mastery is a powerful program designed to provide an overview of how money flows through your business and to help business owners create more efficient systems of cash management. SBDC staff have called Profit Mastery the most potent course we’ve ever offered. If you are a business owner in Lincoln County with a current set of financial statements you can bring to analyze with the Profit Mastery program, you should apply today to reserve a space. Hurry, space is limited in this program. Through Profit Mastery, you will gain: 1. Better understanding of how to build a firm financial foundation. 2. Tools to build more efficient systems and to increase profitability. 3. Tools to assist in making financial decisions regarding expansion, pricing, hiring, and management. 4. Understanding of what a lender wants to see in your financials and Business Plan. Format: 16 hours of DVD course work in four, four-hour sessions with time to apply and explore information in your personal notebook with other group members. INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT MONDAYS, 4-6PM & 6:30-8:30PM • APRIL 29-MAY 20 • $300 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS, NEWPORT
WordPress Open Lab
If you have ever taken our Wordpress course and would like a quick refresher or have questions about your current Wordpress this class is for you. We can help you with the following items in this unique dropin lab. Come anytime and leave anytime with this open format, we will cover: updating your software - backing up your software - updating or adding plugins for security, galleries, search engine optimization, or woocommerce shopping cart - changing themes or updating your current theme - adding a blog or updating content. INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT MONDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • JUNE 3 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT
Advanced Facebook Marketing Marketing with Instagram
Do you have a Facebook business page? Have you noticed a drop in the engagement of fans and organic reach of your content? If you feel like you are talking to an empty vacuum in cyberspace, you’re not alone. With the constant changes in Facebook algorithms, attracting, keeping and engaging fans on a business page is a constant struggle – one that can be time-consuming and expensive. This workshop will cover some of the methods and strategies big businesses are using on Facebook. We will cover timesaving tips and tricks, as well has how to generate reasons for engagement, and even how to reward customers who engage with and share your content. Learn how to provide content that is valuable and builds customer relationships, and how to be heard above the noise. INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT MONDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • APRIL 22 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT 22 • register: 541-994-4166 or oregoncoastcc.org/sbdc • spring 2019
Instagram is a powerful storytelling platform allowing businesses to connect with their audience at a very personal, very human level. Developed by photographers, Instagram was built to be visually inspirational, making it an ideal platform for businesses with products or services that can be captured visually (e.g. lifestyle, food, retail, design, fashion, etc. – in other words, countless Oregon Coast businesses are great candidates for using Instagram to communicate with existing and potential customers). At this class, attendees can expect to learn how to connect with potential customers, give their business character, and sell through this social network. Note: Smartphones are required (cool, retro ‘flip phones’ without large screens will not work for this course). INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT FRIDAY, 9AM-NOON • APRIL 26 • $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
Small Business Classes Grow Your Leadership Skills
How are you growing leadership skills in yourself and in the people within your organization, team, or group? In this class, you will learn about 25 leadership competencies separated into the areas of: Leaders Lead Themselves, Leaders Lead Others, Leaders Are Clear Thinkers, and Leaders Are Authentic. Focusing on the skills that you want to improve will help you develop in ways that are most important to you. You will receive The Complete Leader book, take an online assessment to rank your skill level in each of the 25 skills, and receive member access to TheCompleteLeader.org. Come level up your leadership skills. If you have questions, please contact Jalene at Jalene@JaleneCase.com.
Time for a fresh perspective on the issues you face every day making business decisions? Step out of the real world, and step into the game of LEVERAGE, a challenging, thought-provoking, and very fun board game that will put you and other business owners and managers into friendly competition. Through the game, you will see how marginal improvements made to a business’ performance in just a few key areas can result in tremendous and profound improvements in the bottom line. We guarantee you’ve never been to a business class or workshop like this before. INSTRUCTOR: DR. ALBERTO FLORES THURSDAY, 5-8PM • APRIL 11 • $25 THURSDAY, 5-8PM • MAY 16 • $25 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/SBDC
INSTRUCTOR: JALENE CASE TUESDAYS, 5:30-7PM • MAY 21- JUNE 11 • $75 PLUS $35 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
Wave Apps: Discover Free, Online Bookkeeping
Have you been doing your books by hand, on a spreadsheet or not at all? Is QuickBooks too expensive or too complicated for your small business? Wave Apps offers a free online cloud-based solution for small business owners. This class will of Wave Apps services such as generating the reports needed for loans, taxes and business performance evaluation. Wave Apps works with your checking account with direct downloads from most banks. Wave Apps works from mobile devices, allowing you to generate receipts on the road, invoice on the job site, and take credit cards for a fee of 2.9%, plus 30 cents. Don’t leave another job site without leaving behind the invoice or collecting a pay
ment. There are no monthly fees for WaveApps, and it is cloud based, so you needn’t be stressed about that old computer you plan to back-up some day. Although Wave Apps does offer some payroll solutions, QuickBooks is still recommended for larger businesses with retail pointof-sale systems or a larger numbers of employees. INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT FRIDAY, 9-12PM • APRIL 5 • $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY FRIDAY, 2-5PM • APRIL 5 • $35 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT MONDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • APRIL 8 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/SBDC
Real Estate Broker License Course
Have you tried studying online, independently (and alone) for your Real Estate Broker’s License test? All too often, independent online study grinds on for months and months longer than you planned. This class is designed to keep you and your classmates on track, week in and week out, as you work as a group and independently towards preparing to successfully take your Real Estate Broker License test. Start in October, and take your test before Christmas! There are definitely cheaper online independent study programs available. This course, though, proves the reliable axiom that one gets what one pays for. The course meets Tuesday evenings from 6pm to 9pm, with additional online study required throughout the term. Students are also required to attend an all-day final exam prep session on the Saturday after the final Tuesday class. INSTRUCTOR: LINDA ROY TUESDAYS, 5:30 -- 8:30PM • APRIL 9-JUNE 11 AND SATURDAY, JUNE 15 • $600 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY REGISTER: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/SBDC spring 2019 • register: 541-994-4166 or oregoncoastcc.org/sbdc • 23
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It’s never too late for college!
County residents aged 65 or better receive free tuition for credit classes County residents aged 65 and above get free tuition for credit classes on a space-available basis, when taken as an audit. Auditing is taking a class without receiving a grade or credit. You can only audit a class if there are still seats available on the first day of class. This 100% tuition waiver does not cover lab fees, books, or other class fees. Many classes fill up early, so space is not guaranteed. To use the waiver, find the class you’d like to take in this schedule (p. 14-17), but don’t register yet. Print out the senior waiver form from the College website, oregoncoastcc.org/seniorwaiver, and contact the instructor on the first day of class. Get the instructor’s permission to take the class and have them sign the form, then return to Student Services in Newport or Lincoln City. After the waiver has been applied to your account, you will be instructed how to easily log into the myOCCC system and pay any fees not covered by the waiver. Registration prior to the first class will void waiver.
You must be an OCCC student to use this waiver. Becoming a student is as easy as filling out OCCC’s online application for admission. For details about the waiver, visit oregoncoastcc. org/seniorwaiver, or simply call 541-867-8501.
OREGON COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE | 2019
The non-credit Community Education and Small Business Development course lineup for the Spring 2019 term at Oregon Coast Community College.
Published on Feb 27, 2019
The non-credit Community Education and Small Business Development course lineup for the Spring 2019 term at Oregon Coast Community College.