From Disaster Preparedness to Russian History, you’re sure to find something that moves you in our spring community ed lineup!
DISASTER PREPAREDNESS • P. 8
SPRING ‘18 • COURSE SCHEDULE
OREGON COMMUNITYCOAST COLLEGE
COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPRING 2018 • COURSE SCHEDULE
OCCC VOICES: Brenda Ortiz Cruz I am from a small town in Oaxaca, Mexico. I was raised by my grandmother and my great-grandmother. They took over for my mother who, as a single mother, moved to Mexico City in order to work and support me. She could not see a future for herself in our village. I grew up speaking Mixtec (Saa Savi), and Spanish. Now I continue to improve my pronunciation in English. I came to this country when I was fifteen because my mother wanted me to have a better quality of life. When I got here, however, I did not speak any English. With much hard work and the help of a few key teachers, I managed the language barrier and finished high school. In my immaturity, I decided that life was easy, so I stopped thinking about school. For years, I thought that the biggest challenge of my life had been moving to the United States, but I was wrong. Three years ago, depression knocked at my door. It destroyed me. I was alive because I was breathing, but life had no hold on me. I was on the edge of a terrifying abyss. My family helped me keep going, but I had no vision. Nothing motivated me. One day I got the OCCC quarterly mailing in my mail box. I looked at it, and I thought why not? It was time for me to change my life. It was time to find my passion, to get my life back. I called and made an appointment with Blake Hagan. I’m not sure how I even dreamed of college. I had no money and no plan, but I did not let that stop me. I followed my guts and said this is my time. I vividly remember my first day of school. I was intimidated by a classroom full of young, cheerful people. I felt totally lost, but I continued—walking away was not an option. I had already spent money that I did not have, so what else could I lose? I asked myself this question repeatedly and I stayed.
After one year of being in college, I look back with a big smile on my face. I have taken risks that I never thought I was capable of ... I am so grateful for the opportunities that I have had.
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Beyond the course material, each class was a challenge in unexpected ways. I remember people asking me what I was studying. I never knew what to say and, each time for just a moment, I’d think I didn’t belong here, but I did not let my bad thoughts control me. Time passed and I finished my first term, then my second and my third. Every time it became easier in many ways, but it never felt less challenging. After one year of being in college, I look back with a big smile on my face. I have taken risks that I never thought I was capable of. In January of this year I got an Invitation to Join the College Honor Society something that I never came across to my mind because I never thought it was possible to achieve. I am so grateful for the opportunities that I have had. Last fall OCCC granted me a scholarship, and I have been working really hard to get good grades. To me having good grades is a way to thank the Foundation for believing in me and giving me that scholarship. I am a full-time worker, the mother of two young children, and I am full-time student. I strive every day to do my best in everything that I am doing. I want to set an example for my children. I believe that education is the most important value that I can pass on to them. I have learned so much in this past year; now I have bigger dreams. I want to graduate from our college, then build my career here serving the people in this community. I love the coast. This is my home and I want to be able to give back some of what I’ve received—and not in the distant future. I can’t wait for that time, in my near future.
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 spring. Anyone can register for these fun, affordable classes. Visit us online at oregoncoastcc.org/communityed to find the lineup, 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 our Spring Term lineup of credit courses, too! Thanks for reading, and for being a part of Oregon Coast Community College.
Spring Term ‘18 IMPORTANT DATES Classes Begin: ...................................................April 2 Finals Week:...............................................June 11-16 End of Term:..................................................... June 16 Commencement:............Friday, June 15 • 6pm Newport Performing Arts Center 777 West Olive Street The Public is Invited Holidays/Closures (OCCC Closed): April 27 • Spring In-Service May 28 • Memorial Day
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Where is your class? 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
Small Business Classes • P. 18-21
This Spring, say ‘Da!’ to learning
Russia’s Dramatic History
“Silents, Please!” 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 work. INSTRUCTOR: DAVID WILSON SATURDAYS, 9AM-NOON APRIL 14 – 28 • $50 NORTH COUNTY CENTER LINCOLN CITY
The thrilling story of the drama and tragedy that has transformed Russia since its beginnings as a nation. From the brilliance of worldclass literature, culture and music to the horrors of mass killing, war and fierce authoritarian governments, Russia has always been a place of tremendous contradictions. We will explore these contradictions in this course and discern why Russia is what it is today on the international stage. INSTRUCTOR: JEFFREY DURHAM THURSDAYS, 5:30-7PM • APRIL 26-JUNE14 • $60 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
World Cultural Geography: Building a Nation
In this course, we discuss the vast geographic and cultural aspects of our world and then put that knowledge to use by building an imaginary country that is a model for the world but, because it is populated by humans, is not without its flaws. This course will invite a lot of free-form conversation, debate and consensus building. INSTRUCTOR: JEFFREY DURHAM FRIDAYS, 10:30-12PM • MAY 4-JUNE 8 • $60 ASK ABOUT MATERIAL FEE, PAYABLE TO INSTRUCTOR CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
Write Your Life Story
The time is now, and the reasons are many for sharing the memories of your life with future generations. Writing your life story is a way of sharing experiences and events with family and friends. INSTRUCTOR: MARGARET INGHRAM TUESDAYS, 11:30-1:30PM • MAY 8-JUNE 12 • $35 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
Basic Life Support
FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
Provides education and training in infant, child and adult CPR, AED and bag valve masks for people who are responsible for delivering emergency care and for ensuring the public safety. Upon successful completion of this course, students will earn an American Heart Association Basic Life Support Certification. INSTRUCTOR: ANN WAY FRIDAY, NOON-5PM APRIL 6 OR APRIL 20 • $70 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS NEWPORT
First Aid Training
This class will cover: First Aid Basics, Medical Emergencies (including: breathing problems, choking, allergic reactions, using an epinephrine pen, heart attack, fainting, diabetes and low blood sugar, stroke, and seizure), Injury Emergencies (including: external & internal bleeding, controlling bleeding and bandaging, wounds, head, neck and spine injuries, broken bones and sprains, and burns and electrical injuries), and Environmental Emergencies (including: bites and stings, heat-related emergencies, cold-related injuries, and poison emergencies). INSTRUCTOR: ANN WAY FRIDAY, NOON-3PM MAY 4 • $40 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS NEWPORT
AHA Heartsaver CPR (Community CPR) Provides education and training in infant, child and adult CPR and AED. Upon successful completion of this course, students will earn an American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR certification.
INSTRUCTOR: ANN WAY FRIDAY, 1-5PM MAY 18 • $70 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS NEWPORT
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Love Lives Forever
“This is a series of three classes designed to assist people who are dealing with the effects of grief and loss, which include anxiety and depression,” wrote instructor Violet Young. “My classes are also appropriate for anyone who is interested in making connections beyond the veil. My classes discuss the concept that Love Never Dies and that connecting with deceased loved ones is possible. I will be presenting my own experiences since my husband crossed over on April 6, 2015, as well as my experiences with other family members prior to this loss. I will also share experiences that I had with my mother INSTRUCTORS: CAREN WILLOUGHBY, LAURA DOYLE & MARK ELLIOTT when she was in hospice. This will be a forum for people TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS, 1:30-3PM • MAY 1, 3, 8 & 10 to share their own experiences and thoughts about the $40 + $10 MATERIAL FEE • NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY possibility that they have received messages from their loved ones. This class is spiritually based, however not religious. I will be assisting people in becoming more open and aware, discerning and receptive of possible messages from loved ones. In my experience, many people have experienced mesJAPANESE ART, CULTURE & FOOD III sages and visitations but are often self-conscious or afraid to actually This class offers a unique approach to deeper understanding of Japabelieve it. These classes help people to feel less isolated and confused, nese culture through art and food. Each session focuses on different leading to more self-acceptance and self-love to assist with the grievthemes related to art history and everyday cooking. Japanese lunch ing/healing journey.” and discussions are enjoyed after cooking demonstration. Although INSTRUCTOR: VIOLET YOUNG spring term is the third of a series classes beginning fall term, stuWEDNESDAYS, 5:30-7:30PM • APRIL 4 TO MAY 2 • $45 dents are welcome to start at this class. CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT Tentative art topics and foods are: Do you find yourself listening to an odd chirp while walking or gardening? 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 day of class will be a field trip to identify birds in the area.
Arts in Japanese Life
Tamagoyaki (omelet) and Ohitashi (salad) CLASSICS
Okonomiyaki (savory pancake with veggies) PARTITIONS
Domburi (Rice bowl dish)
ORDINARY AND SPECIAL DAYS
This course will cover the basic fundamentals of safety, the cardinal rules, and responsible operation of a handgun. Must attend both sessions. DO NOT BRING ANY FIREARMS TO THE CLASS. INSTRUCTOR: ERNIE HANSON TUESDAYS, 6 -9PM • MAY 15 & MAY 22 • $55 NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY
Tonjiru (Miso soup with pork and veggies) WAYS OF DISPLAY, PRESENTATION
Oshizushi, Sushi cake INSTRUCTOR: SACHIKO OTSUKI TUESDAYS, 10AM-1PM MAY 8-JUNE 12 $90 • MATERIALS FEE $50 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
Fun classes: It’s how we roll
Japanese Home-Style Cooking
This class emphasizes Japanese home-style cooking as a way to explain Japanese culture. Introduction of Japanese culture and the cooking demonstration may just inspire you to try some alternative meal ideas. (The cooking menus are the same as the daytime class, above.) INSTRUCTOR: SACHIKO OTSUKI TUESDAYS, 6-8PM MAY 8-JUNE 12 • $60 • MATERIALS FEE $50 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT 4 • register: 541-996-6222 • spring 2018
DISH CREATED BY SACHIKO OTSUKI WINTER TERM 2018
Are you for reel? (Sener is.)
Intermediate to Advanced Fly Tying & Casting
SENER OTRUGMAN ...AND WAVERLY
Participants must own vise, basic fly tying tools, fly rod and reel. Tying materials will be provided. Some DVD presentations, hands-on instruction. Required: basic fly tying and fly casting experience. INSTRUCTOR: SENER OTRUGMAN MONDAYS, 5:30-7:30PM • APRIL 16-MAY 14 • $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY
Have a Pleasant Present
“This class is about assisting people in understanding that our own personal belief system and self-talk set us up to perceive the world either negatively or positively,” explains instructor Violet Young. “We are influenced and become preconditioned by and through our upbringing and life experiences. As this happens so slowly during our lives, and we become resigned to the ‘usual outcome,’ we are not conscious of the patterns being formed. After resigning ourselves to the ‘that’s just the way it is’ way of life, there is often the onset of depression and anxiety. By exploring and learning to recognize our own patterns and triggers as well as recognizing that we can give ourselves options to view situations from different perspectives, we can then be open to make choices that painlessly create new growth and joy. During the class there will be time for personal exploration and sharing of personal experiences by class members. There will be helpful handouts and the creation of personal flash cards by class members.” INSTRUCTOR: VIOLET YOUNG WEDNESDAYS, 5:30-7:30PM • MAY 9-JUNE 13 • $45 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER • WALDPORT
Topical Herbal Medicine Making
Herbal Oils and Gels are delightful balms for soothing skin irritation, wounds, dry skin, inflammation and myriad other challenges. Botanical infused oils and gels act to extract and preserve the medicinal properties of herbs, providing a convenient and pleasurable form of topical application. In this hands-on class, students will craft two herbal preparations, and will discuss various plants and their medicinal attributes. The class will be shown how to make herbal infused medicinal oils and gels with local wild plants. The resulting medicine can then be crafted into numerous herbal products. This session will transform a medicinal oil into a soothing + healing lip balm, and a medicinal gel into an all-natural herbal hand sanitizer. All participants will go home with one of our co-created topical remedies. Handouts and recipes are included. INSTRUCTOR: FRANCES O’HALLORAN THURSDAY, 5:30-7:30PM • APRIL 5 • $20 MATERIAL FEE $20 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
Beginning Guitar Instruction
Beginning and intermediate students will receive group instruction as well as one-on-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 THURSDAYS, 6-8PM • APRIL 12-JUNE 14 • $75 NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY
Food as Medicine
Many medicinal herbs are tasty and can be prepared as food rather than what many typically think of as medicine. The herbs this class will cover are GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) and have been utilized traditionally as food plants or culinary herbs for centuries. This is a hands-on educational experience. Students will learn how to craft herbal medicinal foods + beverages and will discuss various plants and their medicinal properties. This group will craft a nutritive herbal oxymel with wild and/or organically grown herbs and foods, then move on to herbal elixirs and tinctures. Participants will go home with a sample of one of the herbal medicines and a handout with recipes. INSTRUCTOR: FRANCES O’HALLORAN THURSDAY, 5:30-7:30PM • MAY 10 • $20 MATERIAL FEE $20 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
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: JOSEPH ARMENIO WEDNESDAYS, 6-7:30PM • APRIL 18-MAY 16 • $35 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT spring 2018 • register: 541-996-6222 • 5
Basic Pet Manners
In our Basic Manners class, we not only help you and your dog learn the basics, but help your dog listen to cues around distractions. We use real life scenarios so the skills you learn in class can easily be transferred into your home. You’ll discover how to: • Teach your dog basic cues like sit, down, stay • Practice loose leash walking - even around other dogs, people, toys and other distractions. PHOTO BY HILARI BODI TUCKER • Get your dog to focus on you; especially when you really need it. Requirements • Your dog must be at least 4 months of age for Basic Manners. • Your dog must be spayed or neutered (for dogs under 6 months of age, the spay/neuter requirement is waived). • We require that your dog has shown no known aggression to people or animals. • Your dog must be current on vaccinations appropriate for their age, Da2pp and Rabies required, Bordetella recommended. INSTRUCTOR: ANITA KIRK SATURDAYS, 2-3PM OR 3:45-4:45PM APRIL 21-MAY 12 • $30 CLASS IS HELD OFF SITE IN NEWPORT
From gripping opening lines to memorable final page. This sixsession writing course is for writers at any stage of their novel writing process. We’ll discuss how to build plots that delight the reader, create interesting characters through motivation and depth, write snappy dialogue, hold readers attention through scene by scene storytelling as well as opening hooks and closing with a flourish. Regardless of whether you are simply wanting to get started on your first novel, midway through a project or wondering what’s next with a completed novel, this course is designed to enhance your process. Plus, there will be time in class for sharing your work and learning from each other as we strive towards our goal of a completed novel. INSTRUCTOR: LARRY LEHNERZ THURSDAYS, 5:30-7:30PM • APRIL 5-MAY 10 • $65 NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY
Estate Plans: Wills & 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, 3-5PM • APRIL 5-APRIL 19 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER • WALDPORT
After its successful winter-term launch, this class has become a barre necessity
Introduction to Ballet Techniques for Adults
Ballet classes are a wonderful way to improve posture, lengthen and tone muscles, improve coordination, 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 ballet student. INSTRUCTOR: RACHEL BARRERAS-KLEEMANN MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS, 5:30-7PM • APRIL 9-JUNE 13 NO CLASS MAY 28 • $85 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
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At OCCC, it’s OK to knit pick NEW FOR SPRING, THESE CLASSES STRENGTHEN THE FABRIC OF OUR COMMUNITY ED LINEUP. SHERRY SUTTON
At OCCC, Even our Batting is Above Average
Introduction to Quilting
This introduction to quilting is designed to give the student the knowledge and confidence to enjoy a lifetime of quilting projects. This class will cover how to choose fabrics for a quilt while considering value, pattern size, color compatibility and contrast. Fabric quality will also be discussed. This class will cover threads and which ones to use, how to read and follow a quilting pattern, tools, sewing machines, how to cut perfect pieces, how to achieve the proper seam allowance and the correct pressing of seams. INSTRUCTOR: JUDY ANDERSON & SHERRY SUTTON THURSDAYS, 2-5PM • APRIL 12 – JUNE 7 • $160, +$20 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
We’d Sail Across A Notion for This Class
This beginning sewing class will cover how to thread, operate and care for a sewing machine and which sewing machine needle is used for which project. This class will also cover which thread to use and how to choose the appropriate fabric for the project at hand. Then the class will learn how to read and use a pattern, we’ll cover notions and tools, each student will create at least one simple item and perhaps more as time allows. At the end of the term the student can expect to be able to confidently interpret patterns and continue to sew and create on their own. INSTRUCTOR: JUDY ANDERSON & SHERRY SUTTON MONDAYS, 2-5PM • APRIL 9 – JUNE 11 • NO CLASS MAY 28 $160, PLUS $20 MATERIALS FEE • CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
Knitting for Beginners
An introduc,tion to the process of knitting and all that goes with it such as learning about knitting needles, gauge, various stitches, reading and following a pattern, knitting terms, different weights of yarn and their uses. The course will teach how to cast on and the other knitting stitches as well as how to finish the item by binding off. The student will create a usable wearable item and once this course is finished the student should be able to continue practicing and improving on their own while creating tangible products. INSTRUCTOR: JUDY ANDERSON TUESDAYS, 2-5PM • APRIL 10-JUNE 12 $95, PLUS $10 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
Unravel, With Crochet
Learn how to crochet. It’s not your grandmother’s crochet anymore. Crochet is trending, with lots of new and exciting patterns and designs. This beginning crochet class will walk you through how to chain stitch, single crochet, half-double crochet, double crochet, and other stitches. Students will learn about yarn selection, which crochet hook to use and how to read and follow a pattern. Each student will create a wearable item and, when this class is over, the student can expect to be able to continue to practice and improve and create by using the skills acquired here. INSTRUCTOR: JUDY ANDERSON FRI., 2-5PM • APRIL 13-JUNE 15 • $95, + $10 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
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AARP Smart Driver Training
The new six-hour course has been totally upgraded with a new curriculum that addresses updated driving technologies as well as medical aspects of the aging driver. Successful completion of the course may entitle you to a discount on your auto insurance. Through the use of videos and discussions, the instructor will cover many topics, including the new driver and pedestrian laws; changes in vision and hearing as we get older (the aging human brain) and tips for handling these changes; reaction times; driving in inclement weather; collisions and how to avoid them; modern vehicle technologies; and many more subjects helping those attending to become more effective and smarter drivers. Class size is limited, so reservations are encouraged. To register, call the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) at 541-5742684. There is a fee of $20 (to cover supplies). If you are an AARP member (bring AARP card), the fee is $15. Checks should be made out to AARP. For more details, contact Ronald Potter at 541-270-1002. INSTRUCTOR: RON POTTER THURSDAYS, 9AM-4PM • MAY 17 & JULY 19 $20 OR $15 FOR AARP MEMBERS CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
Gen Z, and ready to zip around the coast behind the wheel? Zoom, zoom! Register for this ODOTapproved Driver’s Education course at OCCC’s North County Center in Lincoln City, Newport High School or Waldport High School this summer. Students must have a valid driving permit and be 15, 16 or 17 years of age. Students who turn 18 before the end of the course do not qualify for the DMV drive test exemption. The course is composed of 34 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of observation. The behindthe-wheel and observation will take place on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, depending on student schedules. Find ‘Training Wheels Driver Education’ on Facebook for more information. Register by calling Jerry Conrady, at 541-961-9753. CLASSES START JUNE 18 & END JULY 10. EXACT DATES ARE: JUNE 18, 19, 20, 25, 27, 28 & JULY 2, 3, 5, 9 & 10. ALL 3 LOCATIONS’ CLASSES HELD ON THE SAME DATES. OCCC LINCOLN CITY CENTER CLASS: 8-11AM NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL CLASS: 1-4PM WALDPORT HIGH SCHOOL CLASS: 5:30-8:30PM All drives for all classes take place in Newport.
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DSLR Camera Basics
The students will bring their camera and camera manuals. They will have hands on practice in the following areas: 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 WEDNESDAY, 2-5PM • APRIL 11 • $25 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER • WALDPORT
The students will bring their camera and camera manuals. This class will cover the following area: Direction of light, Composition basics, Techniques of Composition, Creative exposures and Equipment and Accessories. This course is designed to build upon the lessons imparted in ‘DSLR Camera Basics,’ above. INSTRUCTOR: JEFFERY COX WEDNESDAY, 2-5PM • APRIL 18 • $25 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER • WALDPORT
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 short-term disaster, and understand what you’ll need to stay comfortable in the event of a long-term emergency. This spring class may be the very last in this two-night, six-hour format. Don’t miss it! Come discover why this class is the most-attended course in the history of OCCC’s Community Education program. INSTRUCTOR: NORTH LINCOLN FIRE & RESCUE CAPT. JIM KUSZ (PICTURED AT LEFT) THURSDAYS, 5:30-8:30 PM • JUNE 14 & 21 • FREE NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY
Gyotaku Fish Printing
Gyotaku is the Japanese art of fish printing. At its core Gyotaku uses the actual fish to achieve a detailed image of the specimen. During this introductory 2-hour session, students will gain an appreciation of the art’s history, print a variety of fish species, and learn techniques to paint fish eyes. This workshop is technique driven and focuses on refining each print through critiquing and reviewing each print. Participants should come with a spirit of adventure and anticipation. INSTRUCTOR: BRUCE KOIKE THURSDAY, 5:30 – 7:30PM • APRIL 5 • $20 • MATERIAL FEE $30 LINCOLN CITY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY WEDNESDAY, 5:30 – 7:30PM • APRIL 11 • $20 • MATERIAL FEE $30 NEWPORT COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
Drawing for Beginners
From properly sharpening a pencil to basic perspectives, this class will help sharpen skills and prompt personal projects. INSTRUCTOR: SEAN HOLLENHORS WEDNESDAYS, 10:30-12:30PM • APRIL 11-MAY 9 • $50 LINCOLN CITY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY WEDNESDAYS, 10:30-12:30PM • MAY 16-JUNE 13 • $50 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER • WALDPORT
Basic Drawing II
Designed for students who just finished Drawing for Beginners or who already have a grasp of basic drawing techniques, this class takes you deeper into form, structure, and expression. This class will focus on observational drawing of still life’s, drapery and the human head. INSTRUCTOR: SEAN HOLLENHORS WEDNESDAYS, 1-3PM • APRIL 11-MAY 9 • $50 LINCOLN CITY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY WEDNESDAYS, 1-3PM • MAY 16-JUNE 13 • $50 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER • WALDPORT A GYOTAKU PRINT BY BRUCE KOIKE ABOVE RIGHT, PARTICIPANTS CHOOSE THE SPECIMENS THEY USED IN THE FALL 2018 CLASS.
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COMMUNITY EDUCATION, SERVED ON THE ROCKS
A PAST OCCC MUSSEL-HARVESTING CLASS
This class shows how to collect mussels from local tide pools. Participants will gain knowledge on environmental stewardship and safety with regards to harvesting. Participants must have a valid Oregon Shellfish License. Must be able to walk on uneven ground. Please bring a bucket and boots. INSTRUCTOR: PAUL ROBERTSON, ROBERTSON ENVIRONMENTAL FRIDAY, 3:30-5:30PM • APRIL 20 • $20 BEACH LOCATION TBA, LINCOLN CITY
Comic Strip Cartooning
This class will focus on the art of the comic strip design, drawing, and techniques. We will learn how to develop, draw, and write our own cast of comic characters. We will explore traditional pen and ink techniques and color theory. No experience necessary. INSTRUCTOR: DAVID WILSON SATURDAYS, 1-4PM • APRIL 14 – APRIL 28 $60, PLUS $30 MATERIALS FEE NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
Oil Painting Using the Wet-onWet Method
BY MOSAICE STERUD N E G EU
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 THURSDAY, 6-7:30PM • APRIL 19 – JUNE 7 $75, PLUS $20 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS, NEWPORT
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A basic introduction to the art of mosaics. including a brief history of the art form, as well as the range of techniques applied over time. The opening project will be the production of a mosaic mirror, utilizing the so-called “direct method”, a task that will be completed by the end of the first session. The second session will involve a review of the many materials used in mosaics, and hands-on exercises using a range of tools and techniques that the students will then use during the remainder of the term. It will include illustrations of some of the basic techniques used by mosaicists. The second session will conclude with the students selecting from a large corpus of mosaic pieces a work that they will then proceed to build during the next classes. Whether they complete this single work or proceed to another will depend upon the degree of complexity of their selected work as well as the abilities of the students to master the necessary techniques. The size of the individual projects will vary and will generally be in the area of 12” x 12”. The remaining sessions will be devoted to the mosaic tasks, and, when needed, additional instructions, including gluing, grouting, mounting, and framing. Because each student will be selecting his/her unique object, the methods, materials, and processes will vary considerably. INSTRUCTOR: EUGENE STERUD FRIDAYS, 1-4PM •APRIL 13 – JUNE 15 NO CLASS MAY 11 OR MAY 18 $95, PLUS $20 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS, NEWPORT
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Drawing Into Watercolor
Are you intimidated by watercolor? This class will focus on developing drawing and watercolor skills. From direct observation, we will work with landscape and still-life while learning basic drawing techniques, watercolor skills, and color theory. No experience necessary. INSTRUCTOR: DAVID WILSON SATURDAYS, 9AM-NOON • MAY 5 – MAY 19 $60, PLUS $30 MATERIALS FEE NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
Color Theory and Mixing
BY HEATHER FORTNER
This course will explore color theory and its applications in visual art. We will investigate how to mix colors from observation and how to communicate using color in our work. Acrylic paint will be used. No experience necessary. INSTRUCTOR: DAVID WILSON SATURDAYS, 1-4PM • MAY 5 – MAY 19 $60, PLUS $30 MATERIALS FEE • NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
Nature Printed Journal
Nature printing is a technique of utilizing the relief of natural objects such as leaves or flowers as a printing subject. Ink is applied to the surface of the leaf, and then the leaf is pressed onto paper. In this class you will have the opportunity to experience several different methods of nature printing with leaves, bark and shells. In the last hour you will make a colorful cover and a simple binding to make a journal with your collection of nature prints. INSTRUCTOR: HEATHER FORTNER TUESDAY, 1-4PM • APRIL 10 $40, PLUS $5 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS, NEWPORT
Beachcomber’s Nature Printing
As you wander on our beaches, you see gifts from the sea washed up on the sand. In this class you will learn about these various shells, crabs, sea life, driftwood, fossils and seaweed. The instructor will bring and identify in a selection of local beach treasures, supplemented with others from a collection. Then you will learn the basics of nature printing by applying ink and pressing into rice paper. You will be able to make a nice collection of nature printed beach treasures. INSTRUCTOR: HEATHER FORTNER TUESDAY, 1-4PM • MAY 1 $40, PLUS $5 MATERIALS FEE CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS, NEWPORT
Have you ever wondered about the variety of seaweeds that wash up on our beaches? Wonder no more. This class explores the variety and beauty of these marine plants. You will learn about the different colors and types of seaweeds, about the huge kelps, and then learn how to make your own collection of pressed specimens. All materials, specimens and a laminated guide will be provided to students, but the process involves an additional week at home drying the pressed specimens INSTRUCTOR: HEATHER FORTNER THURSDAY, 1-4PM • MAY 24 $40, PLUS $15 MATERIALS FEE • CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS, NEWPORT
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 ethnobotanist, 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, 10-4:30PM • JUNE 4 & 8 $45, PLUS $35 MATERIALS FEE NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
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OCCC Credit Courses: Spring 2018 aquarium science course number AQS111-Z1 AQS165-Z1 AQS186-Z1 AQS216-Z1 AQS220-Z1 AQS295-Z1
days W W T R W T R TBA
time 4:30PM-5:20PM 3:00PM-3:50PM 4:30PM-6:20PM 1:00PM-2:50PM 2:00PM-3:20PM TBA-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 title ART181ABC-Z1 PAINTING I ART270ABC-Z1 PRINTMAKING I ART271ABC-Z1 PRINTMAKING II ART281ABC-Z1 PAINTING II
days M W M W M W M W
time 5:30PM-8:20PM 2:00PM-4:50PM 2:00PM-4:50PM 5:30PM-8:20PM
location CC-174 CC-174 CC-174 CC-174
instructor PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON
course number BA101-Z1 BA101-Z2 BA111-Z1 BA206-Z1 BA213-Z1 BA223-Z1 EC201-Z1
title INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING PRIN ECON: MICROECONOMICS
days TBA TBA M TBA M TBA TBA
time TBA-TBA -TBA 5:30PM-7:20PM -TBA 3:30PM-5:20PM -TBA -TBA
location Online TBD NC-222 Online NC-204 Online Online
instructor FLORES, ALBERTO M. FLORES, ALBERTO M. SWAIN, JASON H. FLORES, ALBERTO M. SWAIN, JASON H. FLORES, ALBERTO M. NOBLE, TONY B.
course number BI103-Z2 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 12:30PM-1:50PM 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.
course number CAS133-Z1 CAS216-Z1 CG100-Z1 CG100-Z2
title BASIC COMPUTER SKILL/MS OFFICE BEGINNING WORD COLLEGE SURVIVAL AND SUCCESS COLLEGE SURVIVAL AND SUCCESS
days T W M W T R
time 5:30PM-7:50PM 5:30PM-7:50PM 4:00PM-5:20PM 10:30AM-11:50AM
location CC-061 NC-222 CC-048 CC-049
instructor BOYCE, THOMAS BOYCE, THOMAS HAMILTON, LAURA K. CARR, STEVEN
title AQUARIUM SCIENCE PRACTICUM 2 CURRENT ISSUES IN AQUARIUM SCIENCE INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC DIVING ELASMOBRANCH HUSBANDRY BIOLOGY OF CAPTIVE INVERTEBRATES AQUARIUM SCIENCE INTERNSHIP
computer applications & college survival
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 antidiscrimination 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 12 • register: 541-996-6222 • spring 2018
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 email@example.com Human Resources Manager Joy Gutknecht 541-867-8515 firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions can also be mailed to their attention at: 400 SE College Way, Newport, OR 97366.
OCCC Credit Courses: Spring 2018 criminal justice & communications course number CJA211-Z1 COMM111-Z1 COMM214-Z1
title CIVIL LIABILITY & ETHICS IN CJ PUBLIC SPEAKING INTERPERSONAL COMM: PROCESS & THEORY
days TBA F TBA
time -TBA 9:00AM-12:50PM -TBA
location Online CC-062 Online
instructor GRAVLEY, JAMES BISHOP, JANICE M. BISHOP, JANICE M.
title INTRO TO LITERATURE (FICTION) INTRO TO LITERATURE (DRAMA) INTRO TO LITERATURE (DRAMA) FILM STUDIES: CONTEMPORARY THEMES AND GENRES NUTRITION
days TBA M W M W T R TBA
time -TBA 3:30PM-5:20PM 3:30PM-5:20PM 5:30PM-7:20PM TBA-TBA
location TBD CC-062 NC-208 CC-062 Online
instructor MISITI, PATRICK J. RODGER, ROBERT RODGER, ROBERT VAN AELSTYN, ED ORTON, ALESHA S.
days T R W TBA TBA
time 2:00PM-4:50PM 5:30PM-8:20PM TBA-TBA -TBA
location CC-233 CC-233 Online Online
instructor BERNHARDT, GILBERT T. BERNHARDT, GILBERT T. QUARLES, JEANNE C. BRUCE, ERIC ALLEN
days TBA TBA W TBA
time -TBA -TBA 1:00PM-3:20PM -TBA
location Online Online CC-062 Online
instructor ANAND, LILIA D. JACKSON, TUCKER JACKSON, TUCKER ADOLF, DARCI L.
title MATH IN SOCIETY COLLEGE ALGEBRA MATH 20 LAB - 2 CR MATH 60 LAB - 2 CR ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS CALCULUS II CALCULUS II INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA - FIRST TERM INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA- SECOND TERM INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
days T R M W M W M W T TBA T R TBA M W R M W M W
time 8:00AM-10:20AM 1:00PM-3:20PM 1:00PM-3:20PM 1:00PM-3:20PM 5:00PM-7:20PM -TBA 8:00AM-10:20AM -TBA 10:30AM-12:50PM 1:00PM-3:20PM 8:00AM-10:20AM 5:30PM-7:50PM
location CC-048 CC-032 CC-061 CC-061 CC-032 TBD CC-032 TBD CC-048 CC-032 CC-032 NC-208
instructor THOMAS, MATTHEW BURAK, MARGE M. KEEHN, ROGER A. KEEHN, ROGER A. BURAK, MARGE M. YODER, RACHEL BURAK, MARGE M. YODER, RACHEL KEEHN, ROGER A. BURAK, MARGE M. BURAK, MARGE M. HUFF, DAMIAN J.
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 / GUITAR I CLASS PIANO / GUITAR II CLASS PIANO / GUITAR III INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ HISTORY CHORUS
days TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA M W T R T R T R M W T R
time TBA-TBA -TBA -TBA -TBA -TBA -TBA 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 9:00AM-10:30AM 11:30AM-12:50PM
location CC-179 CC-TBA CC-TBA CC-179 CC-TBA CC-TBA CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179
english course number ENG104-Z1 ENG105-Z1 ENG105-Z2 ENG197-Z1 FN225-Z1
geology & health course number G203-Z1 G207-Z1 HE242-Z1 HE250-Z1
title HISTORICAL GEOLOGY GEOLOGY OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST STRESS AND HUMAN HEALTH PERSONAL HEALTH
history & library science course number HST103-Z1 HST203-Z1 HST203-Z2 LIB101-Z1
title WESTERN CIV: MODERN EUROPE HISTORY OF THE US 1914 TO PRESENT HISTORY OF THE US 1914 TO PRESENT LIBRARY RESEARCH AND BEYOND:
mathematics course number MTH105-Z1 MTH111-Z1 ALC20C-Z1 ALC60C-Z1 MTH112-Z1 MTH112-Z2 MTH252-Z1 MTH252-Z2 MTH60-Z1 MTH65-Z1 MTH95-Z1 MTH95-Z2
music course number MUP171A-Z1 MUP174A-Z1 MUP177A-Z1 MUP180A-Z1 MUP192A-Z1 MUP293A-Z1 MUS110-Z1 MUS191P-Z1 MUS192P-Z1 MUS193P-Z1 MUS205-Z1 MUS220A-Z1
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
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OCCC Credit Courses: Spring 2018 nursing course number NCMA113-Z1 NCMA125-Z1 MP111-Z1 NUR101-Z1 NUR101-Z2 NUR143-Z1 NUR145-Z1 NUR243-Z1
title CLINICAL PRACTICUM I PHARMACOLOGY MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY NURSING ASSISTANT LEVEL 1 NURSING ASSISTANT LEVEL 1 CARE OF ACUTELY III PATIENTS AND DEVELOPING INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGY & PREPARATION FOR ENTRY INTO PRACTICE
days TW M TBA TBA TBA M R TBA MTW
time 8:00AM-5:00PM 10:00AM-12:50PM -TBA TBA-TBA TBA-TBA 9:00AM-11:50AM TBA-TBA 9:00AM-12:50PM
location CC-TBA CC-061 Online TBD TBD CC-249 Online CC-271
PE141A-Z1 PE182K-Z1 PE182L-Z1 PE199Y-Z1 PSY101-Z1 PSY101-Z2 PSY215-Z1 PSY239-Z1 RD115-Z1 SOC206-Z1
DISC GOLF YOGA I YOGA II SURFING PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN RELATIONS PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN RELATIONS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INTRO TO ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY COLLEGE READING SOCIAL PROBLEMS
F T R T R M M M TBA TBA M W M W
1:00PM-3:50PM 5:30PM-6:50PM 5:30PM-6:50PM 5:30PM-7:50PM 1:00PM-2:50PM 1:00PM-2:50PM TBA-TBA -TBA 10:30AM-12:20PM 10:30AM-12:20PM
CC-047 CC-151 CC-151 CC-047 CC-070 NC-204 Online Online CC-062 CC-047
NEHMER, JASON MARQUEZ, SARAH MARQUEZ, SARAH RICHARDSON, OLLIE V. BEANE, MELINDA L. BEANE, MELINDA L. LAUGHLIN, RICK E. QUARLES, JEANNE C. HAMILTON, LAURA K. RESZ, SUSAN D.
course number SPA101-Z1 SPA103-Z1 SPA111C-Z1 SPA113C-Z1 SPA203-Z1 SPA213C-Z1 WR115-Z1 WR115-Z2 WR121-Z1 WR121-Z3 WR122-Z1 WR122-Z2 WR122-Z3 WR123-Z2 WR241-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 INTRODUCTION TO EXPOSITORY WRITING INTRODUCTION TO EXPOSITORY WRITING ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION CREATIVE WRITING (FICTION)
days M W T R M W T R M W M W T R T R TBA T R T R T R TBA TBA T R
time 6:00PM-7:50PM 1:30PM-3:20PM 5:30PM-5:55PM 1:00PM-1:25PM 1:30PM-3:20PM 1:00PM-1:25PM 12:00PM-12:50PM 5:30PM-7:20PM -TBA 1:00PM-2:50PM 10:30AM-12:20PM 3:30PM-5:20PM -TBA -TBA 3:30PM-5:20PM
location CC-049 CC-049 CC-049 CC-049 CC-049 CC-049 CC-062 NC-208 Online CC-062 CC-048 NC-208 Online TBD CC-047
instructor WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN HAMILTON, LAURA K. GASPAR, KAHEA PAVLISH, CATHERINE A. HAMILTON, LAURA K. MISITI, PATRICK J. GASPAR, KAHEA STAFF, STAFF TICE, KIRK MISITI, PATRICK J.
physical education, reading & sociology
spanish & writing
instructor SPICER, DEBBORA R. WAY, ANN REANEY, BONNIE J. NIELSEN-LIMES, INGER MARIE BARTON, LYNN R. JACOBS, DIANE BARTON, LYNN R. BARTON, LYNN R.
Stay stoked this spring, with our phys ed lineup
OCCC Surfing instructor Ollie Richardson, left, likes to close his classes by reminding students to ‘Stay stoked.’ We’re stoked, indeed, to offer a lively assortment of credit PE classes this term (above). From disc golf, taught on the world-class Wilder course adjoining the Newport Campus, to surfing, to yoga, there’s a class to get you moving. (Photo courtesy Oregon Coast TODAY.) 14 • register: 541-996-6222 • spring 2018
ged, esol & more Want to earn your GED? Oregon Coast Community College offers GED classes every term in Newport and Lincoln City. GED classes are $20 per term. Both day and evening classes are available to prepare individuals to pass the GED state exam. Before starting class, teens (16 and 17) must obtain a GED authorization form from Linn-Benton-Lincoln Educational Service District’s HomeSchool Office before enrolling in OCCC’s GED classes. Visit the L-B-L website: lblesd.k12.or.us/homeschool/ to get the initial forms to complete and send back before receiving the authorization form. To get started: 1. Apply online at oregoncoastcc.org/getting-started and choose the GED option. 2. Attend a mandatory 2-session orientation, offered Weeks One and Five (see the days and times below). Bring the user name and password you create when you complete the online admissions application to orientation. During orientation, students will login to the online registration system, myOCCC, to register for GED class. Need help with the application or your myOCCC login information? Contact Student Services at 541-867-8501.
Spring 2018 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 2 & 4 or Mon. & Wed., April 30 & May 2 5:30 pm-9 pm, Mon. & Wed., April 2 & 4 or Mon. & Wed., April 30 & May 2 9 am-Noon, Tues. & Thurs., April 3 & 5 or Mon. & Wed., May 1 & May 3 5 pm-8 pm, Tues. & Thurs., April 3 & 5 or Mon. & Wed., May 1 & May 3
Spring 2018 GED & Adult General Education Class Schedule
Mondays & Wednesdays, 1pm-3:50 pm, starting April 2 Mondays & Wednesdays, 5:30 pm-8:20 pm, starting April 2 Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9 am-Noon, starting April 3 Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5 pm-8 pm, starting April 3
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, email@example.com Beginning the week of April 2 • 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
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 Cheryle Burkhart, GED Testing Specialist, at 541-867-8505. To obtain a copy of a GED certificate or GED transcript, visit GED.com. spring 2018 • register: 541-996-6222 • 15
CTE DAY career & technical education
Friday, April 20 • 9am-2pm • OCCC Newport 400 SE College Way • South Beach Join more than 300 students like you for hands-on activities, door prizes, free giveaways and more, as you learn about exciting career opportunities in fields such as:
Aquarium Science Nursing Medical Assisting Certified Nursing Assistant EMT Business Automotive Water, Environment & Technology ...and more!
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It’s never too late for college!
RESIDENTS 65+ RECEIVE FREE TUITION FOR CREDIT CLASSES
County residents aged 65 and above get free tuition for credit classes on a space-available basis and taken for 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 the class schedule, but don’t register yet. Print out the senior waiver form and contact the instructor on the first day of class. Get the instructor’s permission to take the class and have her/him sign the form, then return to Student Services in Newport or Lincoln City. After the waiver has been applied to your account, log into myOCCC and pay any fees not covered by the waiver. Registration prior to the first day of class will void the waiver.
AT YOUR SERVICE: FROM LEFT, MELISSA, ZANE AND TONIA ARE READY TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT REGISTRATION, TRANSCRIPTS, FINANCIAL AID AND MORE. FIND THEM AT THE STUDENT SERVICES DESKS IN NEWPORT AND LINCOLN CITY.
Privacy of Student Information Oregon Coast Community College shall follow all applicable state and federal laws, rules, and regulations which apply to student records. All information contained in the College records which is personally identifiable to any student shall be kept confidential and not released except upon prior written consent of the subject student or upon the lawful subpoena or other order of a court of competent jurisdiction. Student information may be shared among College faculty and staff on an official (need to know) basis. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Statute: 20 U.S.C. 1232g; Regulations: 34CRF Part 99), also known as FERPA or the Buckley amendment, is a federal law that states (a) a written institutional policy must be established and (b) that a statement of adopted procedures covering the privacy rights of students be made available. The law provides that the institution will maintain the confidentiality of student education records and affords students certain rights regarding their educational records. They are in general: • The right to obtain a copy of OCCC’s current Student Records Policy.
Considering registering for credit classes? SCHEDULING AN ADVISING SESSION WITH COLLEEN OR BLAKE IS EASY. BOOK YOUR MEETING ONLINE: OREGONCOASTCC.ORG/ADVISING. MORE APPLICATION HELP: 541-867-8501
•The right to inspect and review their own educational records. • The right to seek to amend their own educational records. • The right to have some control over the disclosure of information from their own educational records by authorizing or denying access in writing.
• The right to ﬁle complaints of alleged failures to comply with the requirements of FERPA with the U.S. Dep. of Education. Note: FERPA rights belong to the OCCC student, regardless of the student’s age. Questions about these policies can be directed to the Enrollment Services Manager at 541-867-8501. spring 2018 • register: 541-996-6222 • 17
Small Business Classes Crank up the EQ: Emotional Intelligence
Back 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 new for our Winter Term class, Brannen’s first iteration of this program was met with praise from workshop participants. 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 fam– Comments from Winter ‘18 ‘EQ’ class participants ily 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.
‘Very interesting & mind-opening...’ ‘Wow! This class is very educational.’
‘I believe it will have a very positive influence in my life.’
INSTRUCTOR: STEWART BRANNEN TUESDAYS, 6-7:30PM • APRIL 17, 24, MAY 1, 8 • $45 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
Leverage: Business Principles at Work
It’s time for a fresh perspective on the issues you face every day making business decisions. Step out of real life and 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 a friendly competition. Through the game, you will see over and over again 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, APRIL 19 • 5:30-8:30PM • $15 NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY THURSDAY, MAY 17 • 5:30-8:30PM • $15 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT THURSDAY, JUNE 7 • 5:30-8:30PM • $15 NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY
Real Estate Broker License Course
This is an accelerated Real Estate Broker License course designed to prepare participants for the Oregon Real Estate Broker License Exam. 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. FACILITATOR: LINDA ROY PRESENTED BY SUPERIOR TRAINING SYSTEMS TUESDAYS, 5:30-8:30PM • APRIL 10 – JUNE 16 • $600 NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR NO-COST BUSINESS ADVISING
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Any business owner, or anyone considering starting a business, can register for no-cost business advising in Newport or Lincoln City. Simply visit oregoncoastbusiness.com, and click “Advising.”
Small Business Classes Six Steps to a Better Business This powerful class provides Lincoln County business owners and managers the chance to step out of your business and get focused. You will walk away with concrete ideas on how to increase your profits, make your team more effective, and get a better grip on your time management. 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.
Doing Business in Lincoln County 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.
DR. ALBERTO FLORES
INSTRUCTOR: DR. ALBERTO FLORES TUESDAY, APRIL 3 • 5:30-8:30PM • $15 NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY TUESDAY, JUNE 5 • 5:30-8:30PM • $15 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
Social Media: Keeping Up with the Changes
TAUGHT IN SPANISH: ESTA CLASE SE ENSEÑARÁ EN ESPAÑOL. MAYO 8, MARTES • 5:30-8:30PM • $15 EN EL COLEGIO OCCC • LINCOLN CITY
Build Your Own Website
The course covers hosting and domain, website layout planning and strategy, modifying a template for content and images, adding plugins for advanced functions and customer use, launching a site, and tracking success. By the last session, most participants have live sites, optimized for search engines and outfitted with shopping carts. INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT MONDAYS • APRIL 9, 16, 23, 30 • $180 9AM - 4PM (1-HOUR LUNCH BREAK) NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY
INSTRUCTOR: CRAIG GRANT WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25 10:30AM – 12:30PM • $25 NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY
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. In a world of mass marketing and noise, how can you really talk directly to clients, and reach them just when they are in the market for your product? INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT WEDNESDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • MAY 2 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER • WALDPORT
Business scholarships available Does your business need one or more of the classes or programs advertised on these pages? You may be eligible for scholarship support to reduce your out-of-pocket expense. For example, the Lincoln City Urban Renewal Agency Economic Development Grant can cover 100% of tuition for some programs for
businesses located within the Urban Renewal District, while other scholarships can provide discounts off full tuition rates for some programs.
Are you eligible? Find out. Call 541-994-4166 .
This material is based upon work supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration under Cooperative Agreement Number SBAHQ-12-B-0069. 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 Chatbots & Facebook Messenger
What are chatbots? Why are they such a big opportunity? How do they work? How can you build one? Do you want tactical tips to help you understand the ins and outs of chatbots and Messenger? Delve deeper into Facebook Messenger and chatbots in this class, brand new for Spring 2018. Understand what they are and how you integrate them into your marketing plan. In the class, you’ll receive step-by-step instruction on you how to build your own chatbot (without any programming knowledge). In addition to covering how to set up your chatbot, the class will discuss how the chatbot can be used to generate leads and, ultimately, drive sales and profits. INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT FRIDAY, 9AM-12PM • MAY 11 • $35 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT FRIDAY, 2-5PM • MAY 11 • $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY
Marketing with Instagram
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 MISTY LAMBRECHT PHOTO BY TONIA ANDERSON customers). Many business owners question whether or not they need a presence on Instagram? The answer is yes! Leveraging the power of Instagram for business branding and networking is critical. At this class, attendees can expect to learn how to connect with potential customers, give their business character, and sell through this social network. INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT TUESDAY, 2-5PM • MAY 8 • $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY WEDNESDAY, 9-12PM • MAY 16 • $35 CENTRAL COAST CAMPUS • NEWPORT
Registering is Easy! oregoncoastbusiness.com Or call 541-994-4166
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Coming this Spring: SEMINARS ON BUSINESS LAW & WORKPLACE RULES (PRESENTED BY BOLI)
This Spring, the Oregon Coast Community College Small Business Development Center and the Economic Development Alliance of Lincoln County will present two special workshops. These sessions are designed to provide Lincoln County business owners and managers with live, in-person opportunities to pose questions directly to experts on some of the issues that are rapidly changing in Salem and affecting how local businesses operate their businesses. You’ll hear direct from the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industry (BOLI) on workplace rules and employment law, and from a qualified attorney to discuss issues like independent contractor rules and related laws. Dates, times and locations will be announced soon; visit oregoncoastbusiness.com or follow the OCCC SBDC on Facebook for registration information, or call 541-994-4166 any time for details. The SBDC thanks Caroline Bauman and the Economic Development Alliance for their continued support of small business education and development throughout Lincoln County.
Small Business Classes
Need accounting help? Count on the SBDC. QuickBooks Online QUICKBOOKS IN THE CLOUD
QuickBooks Online will cover the basic features, getting set up and getting started, navigating the program, reporting, and how to use expanded features to customize QuickBooks Online to use for your business. The course will introduce basic financial and accounting terms, discuss year-end reporting, and cover using data to produce a financial report from this software. This will be a hands-on course with active discussion; students should bring a note pad and be familiar with operating a windows computer. INSTRUCTOR: KATHIE GORDON-BROOKS THURSDAY, 6-9PM • MAY 17 • $49 NORTH COUNTY CENTER LINCOLN CITY
Would you like to learn some good old “lowtech” accounting? This class will cover the basics such as: - setting up a general ledger and chart of accounts - the basics of accounts payable and receivable - recording start-up costs This class is also a good refresher course for individuals who currently do computer bookkeeping. It’s a great way to step back and understand what’s happening behind the curtain with your QuickBooks, WaveApps or other bookkeeping software. Students should bring a calculator. INSTRUCTOR: KATHIE GORDON-BROOKS TUESDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • MAY 8 • $39 NORTH COUNTY CENTER LINCOLN CITY
5-Session QuickBooks Case Study
Take the series or just the individual classes you want. Geared for the beginning bookkeeper. Pre-requisite is familiarity with a Windows computer. • Take all five for $195, or choose sessions for $49 each • Register at oregoncoastbusiness.com, or call 541-994-4166.
1: Tips & Tricks
MAY 15: Our case study will begin with starting a new company and building the QuickBooks data file from scratch. • Chart of Accounts • Business Formation • Company Profiles • Shortcuts and Tips
2: Vendor Transactions
MAY 22: The case study will continue with adding vendors, bank loans, and how to manage and use your credit cards within QuickBooks. • Vendors • Form 1099-MIS • Using Credit • Bank Loans
3: Sales Transactions
MAY 29: In this session, we will add customers, explore cash and credit sales, and more. • Recording Sales & Using Bank Accounts
4: Financial Reports
JUNE 5: The IRS and your bank are very interested in your business. This class will explore ways to share required details without giving away sensitive information.
JUNE 12: At this final class, we will tie everything learned earlier together through a Q & A session. And, since hiring employees and processing payroll is often the next thing a small business does when it opens shop, in this final class, we will explore doing payroll in QuickBooks and discuss employee vs. independent contractors.
INSTRUCTOR: KATHIE GORDON-BROOKS TUESDAYS, MAY 15-JUNE 12 • 6-9PM
TUITION: $195 OR $49 FOR INDIVIDUAL CLASSES NORTH COUNTY CENTER • LINCOLN CITY
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Central Coast Hospitality Workforce Development LINCOLN CITY • SPRING 2018 Are YOU ready to fast-track your career in Lincoln County’s thriving hospitality industry?
Lincoln County excellence in hospitality
lincoln county star cer tificate progr am
TUESDAY & THURSDAY • 5:30-7:30PM APRIL 10, 12, 24 & 26
TUESDAY & THURSDAY • 5:30-7:30PM MAY 8, 10, 15 & 17
TUESDAY & THURSDAY • 5:30-7:30PM JUNE 5, 7, 12 & 14 1ST 2 MEETINGS EACH SESSION: OCCC NORTH COUNTY CENTER 2ND 2 MEETINGS EACH SESSION: (OPTIONAL) L.C. CULINARY CENTER REGISTER AT OREGONCOASTBUSINESS.COM
This year, the Oregon Coast Community College Small Business Development Center, working hand-in-hand with local hospitality businesses, presents the Lincoln County Star Excellence in Hospitality Certificate program. The course will initially last just two weeks (Tuesday and Thursday evenings), and may be expanded in later terms to allow for more time in the kitchen, focusing on more in-depth culinary skills development. The program is made possible by the support of the Lincoln City Culinary Center, a stunning space on the fourth floor of Lincoln City’s city hall structure, featuring a world-class learning kitchen and restaurant environment. Instruction will be delivered at the OCCC North County Center in Lincoln City as well as inside the Culinary Center. The program’s funding comes from a grant from the Oregon Small Business Development Center Network. Thanks to Oregon Coast Community College, the Culinary Center and the SBDCN,
there is no charge to individual job-seekers and group discounts are available to employers wishing to send staff. The course features robust training and an internationally recognized certificate program of the American Hotel & Lodging Education Institute (AHLEI) along with rigorous and powerful hands-on training of practical skills sought by Oregon Coast hospitality employers. The program is designed to arm entry-level employees with the skills they need to rapidly advance their careers in this growing industry while helping local employers identify motivated potential employees, making recruitment for key front-line positions easier. Completing the Lincoln County Service Star program will immediately show potential employers that you are serious about your future, and about customer-service excellence – and that you are willing to invest the energy and attention required to be a more valuable team member. To register for one of the three sessions this spring, visit oregoncoastbusiness.com or call 541-994-4166.
Lincoln City Culinary Center
Week One: 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. Pre-requisite for Week 2 (Week 2 is optional, but required to receive the “Lincoln County Star” Certificate): Current valid Oregon Food Handler’s Permit. 22 • register: 541-994-4166 • spring 2018
Week Two: Kitchen & Front of House - Mise En Place (Everything in Its Place) - Kitchen safety & sanitation - Knives: Safety, care & use - Fundamentals of professional table service & etiquette - Preparing for work in open kitchens: Using Lincoln City Culinary Center Kitchen Stage - Advanced Food Safety Discussions - Fundamentals of professional table service & etiquette
Central Coast Hospitality Workforce Development
FREE TRAINING • CONVENIENT TO WALDPORT & YACHATS Register at OregonCoastBusiness.com
Registration through OCCC needs to be made at least three days in advance. Classes and schedules are subject to change due to student interest. More classes may be added, so please check OCCC website regularly. If you have not received a confirmation, or if you have questions about additional dates or online training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 1: Introductory Orientation
Learn about the different jobs in the tourism industry. 1 hour. All sessions will be presented at Oregon Coast Community College’s Waldport Center: Thursday, March 8 • 5:30-6:30pm Tuesday, March 20 • 5:30-6:30pm Tuesday, April 3 • 5:30-6:30pm Saturday, April 7 • 10-11am Tuesday, April 10 • 5:30-6:30pm Saturday, May 19 • 10-11am
Step 2: 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 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 establishments, restaurants, transportation companies, attractions, and retail outlets. Successfully complete this course and you will have skills and have earned an internationally accredited certification that can help you stand out among other applicants for any job in the hospitality industry. Prerequisite Step 1 required. 4 classroom hours or 1.5 online hours. Saturday, March 10 • 2-6pm • Waldport High School Also available online
Step 3: Getting Hired 101
Where to begin? Learn ‘soft’ skills that will help you get hired, and get promoted, more quickly! Hospitality policies, uniform care, personal hygiene and personal presentation are covered. Prerequisite Steps 1 and 2 must be completed prior to this course. Saturdays, March 10 & 17 • 4:30-8pm Or, choose one of these two-hour sessions: Offered 3-5 p.m. Wednesdays this Spring: April 4, 11, 18 & 25; May 2, 9, 16 & 23; June 6, 13, 20 & 27 Oregon Coast Community College Waldport Center
Choice A: Oregon Food Handler’s Card
Most employees have to pay for this mandatory certification in order to get a job in food service. Here’s your chance to earn one for free, so you are eligible to be hired for food service positions in restaurants and hotels. Offered online this spring, write email@example.com.
Choice B: Oregon Alcohol Server Certification
Most employees have to pay for this mandatory certification, too. Here’s your chance to earn one for free, so that you are eligible to be hired for positions where serving alcohol is one of your responsibilities. Must be 18 years of age. Offered online this spring, write firstname.lastname@example.org.
Choice C: Certified Guestroom Attendant
Certification teaches the skills and knowledge needed to keep guest rooms clean, safe and maintained at a lodging property. Class provides concise instructions on how to perform key tasks correctly. Successful candiRegister by email: dates who complete the course and pass the email@example.com certification exam receive a certificate and lapel pin. 8 classroom hours. Prerequisite steps 1, 2, 3 must be completed prior to enrolling for this class. Offered online this spring, write firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for Online Offerings
Choice D: Certified Front Desk Rep.
A front desk representative’s goal is to meet the needs of all guests staying at the hotel, and to provide necessary services to ensure a customer’s satisfaction. This class provides specific skills and knowledge for front desk employees. Students who complete the course and pass the certification exam will receive a portable certificate and lapel pin. 8 classroom hours. Prerequisite steps 1, 2, 3 must be completed prior to enrolling for this class. Saturday, Feb. 24 • 10am-5pm, at OCCC Saturday, April 7 • 11am-6:30pm, at OCCC Saturday, May 19 • 11am-6:30pm, at OCCC To take it online, email email@example.com.
Choice E: Certified Restaurant Server
Great food isn’t enough to make an outstanding dining experience. That takes great service, too. This course teaches the needed skills to succeed as a good service professional in a dining facility. Students who complete the course and pass the certification exam will receive a portable certificate and lapel pin. 8 classroom hours. Prerequisite steps 1, 2, 3 must be completed prior to enrolling for this class. Take the class at OCCC in Waldport on the dates below or email us to take it online. Thurs. & Sat., March 1 & 3, 4:30-8pm Thurs. & Sat., March 22 & 24, 4:30-8pm Thurs. & Sat., April 12 & 14, 4:30-8pm Thurs. & Sat., May 3 & 5, 4:30-8pm Thurs. & Sat., May 24 & 26, 4:30-8pm
This project has been funded in part by a grant from Travel Oregon, ORLAEF, OCVA, Siletz Charitable Contribution Fund and the Lincoln County Community & Economic Development Fund. American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI) curriculum is endorsed by the Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association, Travel Oregon and Oregon Coast Visitor’s Association. Email questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Register through oregoncoastbusiness.com. spring 2018 • register: 541-994-4166 • 23
NONPROFIT ORG US POSTAGE PAID PORTLAND OR PERMIT NO. 3142
Christa Kropp I grew up in Wasilla, Alaska. My family was incredibly poor and very broken. I was abused throughout my childhood, and by the time I turned 14, I had fully moved out of my home. I went to school the best I could while working two jobs and taking care of my little sister. My grades were not good enough to earn a scholarship, so I went to work. I traveled and worked and saved until I made it here with enough money to attend school. I have worked hard to get to where I am and the years I have not been in school have not been wasted. Receiving an OCCC Foundation Scholarship allows me to save for the next, more expensive, steps in my academic career, instead of taking a year off to save enough to go back to school. I want to destroy the stereotype that women cannot write hard science fiction. I believe there need to be more people from my generation going into journalism, and I especially believe there need to be people who understand how important newspapers are to the rest of media structure. Most of all, though, I want to inspire future girls to embrace careers in the sciences. I believe it is a necessity for my generation to be heavily involved in protecting and healing our environment. I am interested in learning how to grow food in a more efficient and ecologically sound way, that provides more food to the population than what we are currently producing. I have been successful in nearly everything I have put my mind to, and Iâ€™m confident I will provide benefit for our community, which I plan to thrive in, for the long term.
... by the time I turned 14, I had fully moved out of my home. I went to school the best I could while working two jobs and taking care of my little sister.
Iâ€™m confident I will provide benefit for our community, which I plan to thrive in, for the long term.
Students like Christa make Oregon Coast Community College the special place that it is. Some of our students have overcome challenges many of us can only imagine, all for the opportunity to pursue their educational and career dreams. You can help provide the pathways and supports that can help students like Christa achieve those dreams. Your gift to the Oregon Coast Community College Foundation offers direct and profound support to students and the programs that serve them, when and where they need it most. Learn more by calling Lucinda Taylor, Director of Advancement, at 541-867-8531, or visit oregoncoastcc.org/foundation.
Explore the lively, enriching, non-credit community education and small business courses on offer along the beach in Lincoln County this spr...
Published on Mar 1, 2018
Explore the lively, enriching, non-credit community education and small business courses on offer along the beach in Lincoln County this spr...