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schedule

SUMMER 2017

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Classes are offered throughout the quarter. Visit

greenriver.edu/cce

WORKPLACE EXCELLENCE CERTIFICATE

Summer Kids’ Camps Personal Enrichment Computers Professional Development • COMMUNICATION

• TEAMWORK • PRODUCTIVITY •CRITICAL THINKING

Take some Fun Classes!

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Digital Photography Photography Kids’ Camps


FEATURED CLASSES PMP® and CAPM® Exam Prep Boot Camp Prepare to take the Project Management Professional (PMP®) or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) tests. This interactive course is filled with test-taking tips and techniques created to ensure your success.

GREEN RIVER COLLEGE

SMALL BUSINESS CENTER

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Workplace Excellence Certificate for New Graduates

Develop the skills necessary to be a standout employee in your new job. Through a series of six courses, you will develop strong communication, interpersonal, teamwork, productivity and critical thinking skills that will put you a step ahead in today’s workplace.

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Beginning Ukulele From traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music, as well as popular songs, this class will focus on learning basic strums and chords set from new songs each week.

Green River College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAC) helps any business, at any stage, in any industry, reach the next level of success.

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Summer Kids’ Camps Do you know a child that will be looking for fun activities to keep them occupied this summer? We have many new camps this year from Girls Rock Math: Crafty Math to Bat League: Heroes and Villains LEGO® camps! Check out all the camps for ages 8-14!

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Essential Oils Essential Oils are used for stress and pain relief to many culinary creations to help benefit your health and wellness. If you are interested in learning more about essential oils, we have multiple classes available.

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Darrell Sundell PTAC Advisor

Deanna Burnett-Keener SBDC Advisor

NO-COST BUSINESS ADVISING Government Contracting

Business Expansion

International Export

Business Management

Business Start Up

Marketing Assistance

Business Funding

Buying or Selling a Business

See page 7 for more information and classes or visit greenriver.edu/businesscenter

Partially funded by the SBA and Cities of Auburn, Covington, Enumclaw and Kent.


Education is a Lifelong Process Continuing Education non-credit courses are for professional continuing education, job training, and personal enrichment. These are selfsupporting courses, not supported by tax funds. Classes are held on campus and at a variety of other locations. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for most classes.

EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

Prime Time Program (for Mature Learners)......... 4 Professional Development............................. 5-7 Business................................................................ 5

Career and Trade Skills...........................................5

Communication.....................................................5

REGISTER AND PAY ONLINE greenriver.edu/cce

Healthcare.............................................................5

PHONE

Marketing..............................................................6

Auburn Campus Auburn Center Kent Campus Enumclaw Campus

(253) 833-9111 ext. 2535 (253) 288-3455 (253) 856-9595 ext. 5000 (253) 288-3400

VISIT

Register and pay in person at:

GREEN RIVER LOCATIONS

Auburn Campus Continuing Education | WT Building 12401 SE 320th Street Auburn, WA 98092 Auburn Center 1221 D Street NE Auburn, WA 98002

Leadership and Supervision..................................6

Professional Development.....................................6

Project Management.............................................6

Real Estate.............................................................7

Small Business Development................................7

Computer...................................................... 7-8

Computer Basics.................................................7-8

Microsoft................................................................8 QuickBooks............................................................8

Kent Campus 417 Ramsay Way, Suite 112 Kent, WA 98032

Online........................................................ 9

Enumclaw Campus 1414 Griffith Avenue Enumclaw, WA 98022

Summer Kids' Camps................................. 10-11

Use your Visa, MasterCard, AmEx or Discover card for phone, online, and in-person registration.

Creative Arts and Crafts........................................12

Health, Dance and Fitness...................................13

Home, Garden and Outdoors........................ 13-14

Money Matters.....................................................14

HOURS

Personal Enrichment ................................. 12-14

Auburn Campus:

Monday–Thursday 9:00a – 7:00p Friday and breaks 9:00a – 5:00p

Auburn Center:

Monday–Thursday 7:30a – 8:00p Friday and breaks 7:30a – 5:00p

Music...................................................................14

Kent Campus:

Monday–Thursday 7:30a – 8:00p Friday and breaks 7:30a – 5:00p

Enumclaw Campus:

Monday–Thursday 8:00a – 8:00p Closed Friday

Writing.................................................................14 Other Courses......................................................14

This document is available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by contacting Disability Support Services at 253-833-9111, ext. 2631; TTY 253-288-3359; or by email at dss@greenriver.edu. Green River College is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Learn more at www.greenriver.edu/accessibility. Green River College has made reasonable efforts to provide information that is accurate at the time of publication. However, the college reserves the right to make appropriate changes in procedures, policies, calendars, requirements, program, courses and fees. When feasible, changes will be announced prior to their effective dates, but the college assumes no responsibility for giving any particular notice of such changes. Nothing herein shall be construed to create any offer to contract or contractual rights. The above referenced program of study information was current at the time of printing. The program may have been updated or changed to remain industry current. For program updates, please visit greenriver.edu or contact the program’s listed faculty adviser.

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Prime Time Institute is a program for active adult learners. Members enjoy stimulating, intellectual learning through short non-credit courses, discussion groups, social activities, and educational tours. With college administrative support, the members are the driving force behind the program and participate in providing suggestions for future classes, instructors, topics of interest, and educational tours. Membership is open to adults ages 55 and older. Yearly membership fee is $45 per person and entitles you to a discount on Prime Time classes and other benefits. If you are not a member, you are still welcome to attend at the non-member class fee. W h it e Riv e r Valley and Mary O l son Fa r m To ur s Tuesday, June 27 • Time: 9a – 1p Member fee: $39 (P155) Location: Meet bus at Family of Grace Lutheran Church Non-Member fee: $49 (P156) 31317 124th Ave SE, Auburn Step back into 1897 while touring the Mary Olson Farm! Venture through a restored barn, garage, weaving shed, chicken coop, outhouse, smokehouse, and 19th century wagon road. Then we will board the bus and head to the White River Valley Museum where we'll wander through beautifully crafted displays layered with oral history quotes, historic photographs, and hundreds of artifacts. Water and snack provided.

B u s i n e ss M o del s of 2 Seattl e Great s: Am a z o n a nd Co st co Thursday, July 13 • Time: 9-11a Member fee: $25 (P188) Location: Auburn Center Non-Member fee: $35 (P189) Presenter: Rich Elfers These two Puget Sound giants that have changed Washington State and the nation. Each has its own business plan and attitude toward their, customers, their employees, and their vendors. Each has been successful in their own way. Understand how they are similar, and yet how they are very, very different.

Pr i m e -Time H ealth: O pen Your I nter na l Ph a r m a cy Thursday, August 3 • Time: 9-11a Member fee: $25 (P142) Location: Auburn Center Non-Member fee: $35 (P143) Presenter: Joan Halbert, CHC Do you know that your body makes its own medicine? Join us for this interactive class and learn the keys and science behind the body’s internal pharmacy, how you can help the body produce these custom-made medicines and how to take charge of your health. There will be activities and each participant will receive a workbook. Prime Time Health book by Dr. Sears is recommended and available for purchase when registering.

C ra c kin g t he Politic al Whip Tuesday, August 22 • Time: 9-11a Member fee: $25 (P186) Location: Auburn Center Non-Member fee: $35 (P187) Presenter: Rich Elfers There is an adage that goes: “When one person changes in a relationship, everyone around that person has to change, too.” President Trump is that person, and the rest of the world and the nation are learning to adapt under new leadership. Understand how various national and world leaders are adjusting to our new President of hope and change.

S eattle Ce n tral Library Tour Tuesday, August 29 • Time: 9a – 2p Member fee: $39 (P163) Location: Meet bus at Family of Grace Lutheran Church Non-Member fee: $49 (P164) 31317 124th Ave SE, Auburn Seattle’s landmark for knowledge and learning opened May 23, 2004. The 363,000 square-foot $165 million glass and steel building has 11 levels, of which 9 are open to the public. The new Central Library has capacity of 1.4 million books and materials, provides 400 public computers and open wireless internet access throughout. Water and snack provided.

For more information or to register, call (253) 833-9111, ext. 2535 4

Visit us online at greenriver.edu/primetime

greenriver.edu/cce••(253) (253)833-9111 833-9111ext. ext.2535 2535 greenriver.edu/cce


P r o f e ssi o n a l D e ve l opm e n t Busi nes s

Co m m u n i ca t i o n Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers Certificate

Business Writing Certificate

Explore the financial concepts and accounting processes used in most businesses, and gain practical techniques to increase your effectiveness. Topics include the accounting cycle; resource allocation; financial performance; cash flow; the importance of cash; your role in cash flow success; financial information that drives your organization; and how business reports are assessed and analyzed. This online certificate includes three month-long courses. CEUs: 4.8 • Fee $495 Y900 ONLINE

Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details.

Discover the keys to successful business writing. Whether you are writing a report, proposal, letter or publicity notice, business writing has defined characteristics for success. Topics include tools and techniques for improving editing and proofreading skills; common writing mistakes and grammatical pitfalls; how to write attention-grabbing news stories, press releases and publicity notices; and techniques for composing business reports and proposals. This online certificate includes three month-long courses. CEUs: 4.8 • Fee $495. Y901

ONLINE

Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details.

H e a lt h ca r e

Care er a n d Tra de Skil l s Flagger Training Training consists of classroom instruction and state certification in flagging, traffic control and safety. Upon successful completion participants receive a picture ID card with certification valid for three years. Fee includes textbook. Students must be at least 18 years of age. Bring lunch. Special arrangements can be made for group training at your business location. CEUs: .8 • Fee $62

Adult Family Home Administrator Orientation This one-day class provides an overview of the Adult Family Home (AFH) program and expectations of the AFH licensee in providing care and services to the residents. Class is one of the requirements (WA Administrative Code [WAC] 388-76-10060) applicants need to meet prior to submitting application for licensure. Students will receive a certificate after completing the class; certificate valid for one calendar year from the date of attendance. • Fee $39

Y108 J. Gale ZWC-104 Class begins 6/24/17 and ends 6/24/17

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8a-4p

Y150 Staff Aub Ctr- 160 Class begins 6/20/17 and ends 6/20/17

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Y110 J. Gale Kent -222 Class begins 7/7/17 and ends 7/7/17

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Y152 Staff Aub Ctr- 160 Class begins 7/25/17 and ends 7/25/17

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Y112 J. Gale Enumclaw Class begins 7/19/17 and ends 7/19/17

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Y154 Staff Aub Ctr- 160 Class begins 8/29/17 and ends 8/29/17

Tu

9a-4p

Y114 J. Gale ZWC-104 Class begins 8/12/17 and ends 8/12/17

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8a-4p

Y116 J. Gale Kent -222 Class begins 8/25/17 and ends 8/25/17

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Forklift Operator Certification (Weekday Class) This one-day course with Bottom Line Training Services (BLTS) includes a classroom session, written test, operational training time and one drive test on one of the following four types of forklifts: sit-down counter balance, stock picker, rider electric pallet jack, and walkie-stacker electric pallet jack. Additional drive tests to certify on more than one type of forklift are an additional $99 per type. BLTS recertification available for $99. Class is held at NW Handling. Call CE for more information. • Fee $189 Y140 Staff NW Handling Class begins 6/21/17 and ends 6/21/17

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7a-3:30p

Y142 Staff NW Handling Class begins 7/19/17 and ends 7/19/17

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HIV/AIDS Certification This ONLINE program meets the HIV/AIDS education requirement mandated for certification by the Washington State Department of Health. Reference notebook available to check out at time of registration. Please call (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535 to register in order to receive log-in and important course information. CEUs: .7 • Fee $59 Y158

Online

Forklift-Truck Operator Certification (Saturday Class) This course is designed to train operators for certification in sit-down, counterbalanced forklift trucks--light, medium and heavy duty. You will complete written and hands-on testing to meet OSHA, WISHA and L&I requirements. Class meets Department of Labor certification standards. Additional classes will be held on demand or at business locations. Forklift recertification (IVES) available for $99. Call CE at (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535 for more information. • Fee $189 Y144 E. Levin TT-412 Class begins 7/29/17 and ends 7/29/17

Sa

8a-5p

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P r o fe s s i o n a l D e ve l o p m e n t

Leadership a nd S u p er visio n Leadership Development Certificate for Gen Y

6 CLASS SERIES

Advance your leadership potential while making a difference in the workplace. Developed especially for emerging Gen Y (those born between 1980-1999) leaders, topics include identifying skills that great leaders possess; discovering your leadership style; building relationships with subordinates; becoming socially perceptive to changes in the workplace; addressing challenging goals; utilizing your emotions in a positive and effective manner; and strategies for influencing others. This online certificate includes three month-long courses. CEUs: 4.8 • Fee $395 Y905

ONLINE

Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details.

Transitioning from student to employee can be a challenging experience. You know how to study and get good grades, but do you know what it takes to get ahead in the workplace? Having the right technical skills is only part of the equation. Employers want employees with strong communication, teamwork, productivity, interpersonal and critical thinking skills. Whether you've secured your first job or are still interviewing, having these skills will put you a step ahead in the workplace. (This also makes a great graduation present for those special graduates in your life!) CEUs: 3.3 • Fee $529 Certificate includes the following courses: • Impactful Communication in the Workplace • Unspoken Communication in the Workplace • Difficult Conversations in the Workplace • Team Skills in the Workplace • Productivity in the Workplace • Critical Thinking in the Workplace

Marketing Digital Marketing Certificate Utilizing effective eMarketing techniques is essential for today’s businesses. Learn how to improve email promotions and analyze email response rates; boost and analyze your website traffic; use search engine optimization to improve visibility; and successfully employ online advertising. Program is relevant for any type of organization, including businesses, non-profits and government agencies. This online certificate includes three month-long courses. CEUs: 4.8 • Fee $495 Y902

Workplace Excellence Certificate for New Graduates

ONLINE

Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details.

Y906 Voso/Johnson Kent-321 Class begins 7/12/17 and ends 8/16/17

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P r o j e ct M a n a g e m e n t PMP® and CAPM® Exam Prep Boot Camp Project management certification is in great demand. Certified project managers have more job options, are paid well and turn great ideas into reality. This threesession boot camp will prepare you to take the Project Management Professional (PMP®) or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) tests and pass them! The sessions are informative, interactive and filled with test-taking tips and techniques created to ensure your success. See website for prerequisite. CEUs: 2.1. PDUs: 21 • Fee $599 Y907 D. Yeomans Aub Ctr- 160 Sa Class begins 7/15/17 and ends 8/5/17 (no class 7/22) PMBOK, PMI, PMP and CAPM are registered marks of the Project Management Institute.

1. Look for ONLINE classes with a mouse icon. 2. See our ads on page 9. 3. Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline.

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P r o f e ssi o n a l D e ve l o p m e n t / Co m put e r s Real Esta te 3 Class Series

Real Estate Licensing Requirements

The Washington State Department of Licensing requires 90 clock hours: Fundamentals 1, Fundamentals 2, and Sales Practices. All three classes must be taken in consecutive order. Textbooks and practice exams included. Register for item #5695. Call CE at (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535 for more information. Fee $529 Online Package Includes:

R EST 101 R EST 102 R EST 140

Real Estate Fundamentals 1 Real Estate Fundamentals 2 Real Estate Sales Practices

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Online Courses Call Continuing Education at ext. 2535 for more information. • Fee: $179 each course

Business Marketing Learn the basics of making strategic marketing decisions and building an integrated marketing plan. Utilizing a practical and repeatable process, you will learn about important concepts such as pricing, distribution, messaging, message delivery and how to base all of those decisions on your customer profile, product advantages and competition. CEUs: .3 • Fee $59 Y910 Staff Aub Ctr- 230 Class begins 7/19/17 and ends 7/19/17

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6-9p

Business Financial Management Effective financial management is your key to small business success. Learn to read basic financial statements and concentrate on your key financial priorities. Understand how to use the cash-flow cycle to your business’s advantage and utilize important benchmarks for maximizing your daily results. This class is crucial to your small business education. CEUs: .3 • Fee $59 Y911 Staff Aub Ctr- 230 Class begins 7/26/17 and ends 7/26/17

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Real Estate Law (3) 5703 ONLINE Developing a Business Plan This hands-on session is designed to help you create a working business plan Real Estate Appraisal (3) 5707 ONLINE for starting or managing your business. Through engaging writing exercises and Financing Residential Real Estate (3) group brainstorming, you will take your business ideas further than you thought 5715 ONLINE possible. While traditional business plan formats will be discussed, the focus of Real Estate Property Management (2) this class is to help you develop and sharpen your own business ideas to give you 5719 ONLINE the greatest chance of success. CEUs: .3 • Fee $59 Y912 Staff Aub Ctr- 230 W 6-9p Class begins 8/2/17 and ends 8/2/17 Smal l B usin ess Devel o p men t

Co m p u t e r s

Introduction to the Small Business Center Tuesday, June 20 Tuesday, July 18 Tuesday, August 22

Kent Campus Covington City Hall Auburn Center

3-5 p 3-5 p 3-5 p

COMING SOON!

No cost to attend. Advanced registration required.

Register at greenriver.edu/businesscenter GRC Small Business Center is partially funded the SBA and Cities of Auburn, Covington, Enumclaw and Kent.

4 Class Series Start a Successful Business Learn the essential components for starting a profitable small business by taking the Start a Successful Business (4 Class Series). Series includes Business Start-Up & Management, Business Marketing, Business Financial Management and Developing a Business Plan at a discounted price. CEUs: 1.2 • Fee $169 Y908 Staff Aub Ctr- 230 Class begins 7/12/17 and ends 8/2/17

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Business Start-Up and Management This class will help you plan the start-up of a new business. Learn strategic and tactical keys to success such as assessing your resources, identifying your business personality, developing your concept, protecting your assets through proper business structure and understanding the necessary licenses and taxes. The entire process is built into a start-up map that you can follow step-by-step. CEUs: .3 • Fee $59 Y909 Staff Aub Ctr- 230 Class begins 7/12/17 and ends 7/12/17

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User Experience (UX) Design Certificate • Fall 2017

Call 253-859-9595 Ext. 5000 to request more information.

Co m p u t e r B a s i cs Computer Fundamentals Learn the necessary skills to operate a personal computer. Topics include computer hardware (keyboard, mouse, monitor and memory); software; the Windows Operating System; desktop settings; searching; file management and folders; creating backups; using a web browser for online searches; the Cloud; and saving attachments. You will also explore free online apps and web-based email and gain hands-on experience in a relaxed setting. Apple-specific skills, terms and hardware are not covered. Text included. CEUs: 1.4 • Fee $269 Y913 B. Ford Aub Ctr- 250 Class begins 7/15/17 and ends 8/5/17

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C o mp ute rs Microsoft Windows 10 Take command of the Windows 10 interface by understanding its features and capabilities. Topics include navigating and customizing the Windows 10 environment; using Windows apps and desktop applications; working with files and folders; browsing the internet with Microsoft Edge; installing devices; and security features. Some elements requiring a Microsoft account may be demonstrated but not practiced. Prerequisite: experience using a keyboard and mouse and accessing the internet with a web browser. Text included. CEUs: .7 • Fee $129

Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 2 Build upon your foundational knowledge of Microsoft Excel and learn more advanced tools for analysis and presentation of complex data. Topics include managing workbooks; customizing Excel; sorting and filtering tables; building more complex functions; summarizing and rearranging data with PivotTables; presenting data with PivotCharts; conditional formatting; inserting and manipulating graphics; using Quick Access features; and collaborating with other users. Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Level 1. Text included. CEUs: .7 • Fee $149

Y914 G. Larson Kent-255 Class begins 7/11/17 and ends 7/11/17

Y921 G. Larson Kent-255 Class begins 8/8/17 and ends 8/10/17

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5 CLASS SERIES

Microsoft Office 2016 Essentials Certificate

Discover the value of Microsoft Office 2016 in this five-session program. You will gain hands-on experience with Microsoft Office’s most popular applications, including Word for word processing, Outlook for email, PowerPoint for presentations, Excel for spreadsheets, and Access for databases. Upon completion of this certificate you will be ready for our Level 2 MS Office courses. Earn the Certificate by taking the courses individually or register for the series and save. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. CEUs: 3.5 • Fee: $499 Certificate includes the following courses: Microsoft Word 2016 Level 1 Microsoft Outlook 2016 Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 1 Microsoft Access 2016 Level 1 Y915 Staff Kent-255 Tu,Th Class begins 6/29/17 and ends 8/3/17 (no class 7/6)

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Visit greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course details. Microsoft Access 2016 Level 1 Access is a versatile tool that helps you collect and manage large amounts of data. In this course, you will create a simple database and customize configuration options; organize and manage data stored within Access tables; use queries to join, sort and filter data from different tables; use forms to make it easier to view, access and input data; and create and format custom reports. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. CEUs: .7 • Fee $149 Y923 B. Ford Kent-274 Class begins 8/3/17 and ends 8/3/17

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3 Class Series Microsoft Excel 2016 Capture the power of Excel 2016 by taking the Excel Series. Series includes Levels 1, 2 and 3 at a discounted price. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. CEUs: 2.1 • Fee $369 Y919 G. Larson Kent-255 Tu, Th Class begins 7/25/17 and ends 8/17/17 (no class 8/1 and 8/3)

5:30-9p

Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 1 Gain the foundational understanding of Microsoft Excel 2016 thatís necessary to create and work with spreadsheets. Topics include opening Excel; saving workbooks; creating, saving and sharing worksheets; entering, moving, copying and manipulating data; using formulas and functions; formatting text and numbers; applying formatting to cells; creating charts; data entry shortcuts; and printing and previewing workbooks. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. CEUs: .7 • Fee $149 Y920 G. Larson Kent-255 Class begins 7/25/17 and ends 7/27/17 8

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Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 3 Unleash the power of data, and gain advanced tools for solving real-world problems. Topics include using functions to make decisions and return information from arrays and tables; auditing and error-trapping; using array formulas and functions; date, time and text functions; importing and exporting data; performing what-if-analysis by using a watch window, scenarios and the Goal Seek utility; automating repetitive tasks with macros; and creating a simple form. Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Level 2. Text included. CEUs: .7 • Fee $149 Y922 G. Larson Kent-255 Class begins 8/15/17 and ends 8/17/17

Tu, Th

5:30-9p

Microsoft Outlook 2016 Outlook is a mail management system that many corporations (and individuals) utilize to accomplish basic workplace (and personal) tasks. Topics include viewing Outlook items; creating, reading and sending email messages; adding signatures; managing contacts and using contact groups; creating, managing and assigning tasks; scheduling appointments and meetings; using the calendar; and customizing the Outlook environment. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. CEUs: .7 • Fee $139 Y917 G. Larson Kent-255 Class begins 7/13/17 and ends 7/13/17

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Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Capture your audience's attention by using the vast array of features in PowerPoint. Gain the ability to organize your content, enhance it with high impact visuals and deliver it with a punch. Topics include creating presentations; creating and modifying slides; working with slide masters and layouts; formatting slides and text; using shapes and images; adding charts and tables; and customizing and printing your presentation. Prerequisite: basic computer skills including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. CEUs: .7 • Fee $139 Y918 G. Larson Kent-255 Class begins 7/20/17 and ends 7/20/17

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Microsoft Word 2016 Level 1 Make professional-looking documents with Microsoft Word's rich features and powerful tools. Topics include creating and saving documents; cutting, pasting and formatting text; formatting paragraphs; using different document views; using Quick Styles and themes; creating bulleted and numbered lists; inserting and formatting pictures and tables; proofing; inserting headers and footers; printing; and creating templates. Prerequisite: basic computer skills, including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. CEUs: .7 • Fee $139 Y916 W. Berkley Kent-255 Class begins 6/29/17 and ends 6/29/17

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Q u i ck B o o k s QuickBooks for Small Business Level 1 Learn about the tasks necessary for mastering the essentials of QuickBooks. Topics include setting up a company and chart of accounts; differences between balance sheets and profit and loss statements; creating customer invoices, credit card transactions and sales tax; exploring vendor bill payment methods; QuickBooks banking, transaction types and reports; and discussion of Washington State case studies. Prerequisite: Students should know basic business practices and have Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. CEUs: 1.2 • Fee $249 Y924

M. Bagocius Peterson

Kent-255

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greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

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On li n e

ed2go

Online Instructor-Led Learning

Complete Your Continuing Education Hours Online!

Courses for Teachers

Courses for Professional Development or for Fun

Please consult with your professional development coordinator for continuing education approval.

Courses are fun, convenient and highly interactive. They include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments and more.

Creating Classroom Centers

Ready, Set, Read!

Learn how to create engaging, easyto-maintain classroom center activities that boost independent learning while increasing small-group instruction time.

Learn what the newest research says about how children really learn to read and write, and become a powerful guide to literacy development when you work with young children.

Creating the Inclusive Classroom: Strategies for Success

Solving Classroom Disciple Problems

Reach the diverse mix of students you face every day--learning proven strategies that turn diversity into opportunity.

Veteran teacher reveals the secrets to an orderly classroom. A step-bystep approach to effective, positive discipline.

Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom

Spanish in the Classroom Learn the essential Spanish for teachers, so you can communicate effectively with your Spanish-speaking students and parents.

Improve your ability to teach diverse learners with real-world examples from elementary, middle and high school classrooms.

Teaching Students with ADHD

Empowering Students with Disabilities Explore common disabilities you’ll encounter in the classroom and master techniques for promoting academic, behavioral, and social skills in students with special needs.

Guided Reading & Writing Strategies for Maximum Student Achievement Improve student literacy. An accomplished teacher shares the secrets of turning guided reading strategies into opportunities for teaching writing.

Learn practical strategies for helping children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) control their behavior and succeed in school.

Teaching Students with Autism: Strategies for Success Help your students with highfunctioning autism and Asperger's Syndrome unlock their potential in the classroom.

Achieving Success with Difficult People

Fundamentals of Technical Writing

Get helpful information for understanding yourself, solving people problems, and improving your relationships and personal and professional productivity.

Learn the essential skills of technical writing: technical writing conventions, interviewing skills, documentation management, publishing and formatting techniques and more.

Achieving Top Search Engine Positions

GRE Preparation – Part 1 (Verbal and Analytical)

Increase your website’s traffic by improving its search engine ranking. Learn proven, step-by-step SEO strategies that you can implement right away.

Discover powerful strategies for success in the verbal reasoning and analytical writing sections of the GRE® revised General Test.

Blogging and Podcasting for Beginners Learn how to create your own blog and add a podcast using the tools that you already have available on your computer.

Creating Web Pages Learn how to design, create, and post your very own site on the Internet's World Wide Web using HTML. Discover low-cost marketing techniques and search engine strategies.

Discover Sign Language Learn sign language by watching videos that demonstrate how to make the signs and how to incorporate facial expressions to communicate in this beautiful language.

GRE Preparation – Part 2 (Quantitative) Learn a variety of useful techniques for tackling the quantitative reasoning sections of the computerized GRE® revised General Test.

Speed Spanish Learn six easy recipes to glue Spanish words together into sentences, and engage in conversational Spanish in no time.

Using Social Media in Business Learn how to use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Google+—to grow and promote your business.

To view the entire catalog and/or to register, visit:

greenriver.edu/cce-ed2go

greenriver.edu/cce • (253) 833-9111 ext. 2535

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ITEM#

CAMP TITLE

LOCATION

TIME

DATES

FEE

C991

Babysitting Responsibly

Enumclaw

9a-1p

6/29

$39

C993

Babysitting Responsibly

Kent

9a-1p

7/11

$39

C934

Crime Scene Investigation

Main Campus

9a-12p

7/10-7/13

$179

C961

Photography Camp

Main Campus

1p-4p

7/10-7/13

$179

C909

Stop Motion Animation LEGO®

Enumclaw

1p-4p

7/17-7/20

$200

C963

Bat League: Heroes & Villains LEGO®

Kent

9a-12p

7/17-7/20

$160

C981

Virtual Reality: The Future is Now

Enumclaw

9a-12p

7/17-7/20

$199

C997

Minecraft Modders - Enumclaw

Enumclaw

1p-4p

7/17-7/20

$179

C967

Bricks 4 Girlz LEGO®

Enumclaw

9a-12p

7/24-7/27

$160

C975

Minecraft Modders

Main Campus

1p-4p

7/24-7/27

$179

C979

Virtual Reality: The Future is Now

Main Campus

9a-12p

7/24-7/27

$199

C983

Game Labs: Ultimate Video Game

Kent

1p-4p

7/31-8/3

$179

C987

Code Breakers

Kent

9a-12p

7/31-8/3

$179

C953

Girls Rock Math: Bead-Dazzling Math

Enumclaw

9a-4p *

7/31-8/3

$319

C951

Girls Rock Math: Crafty Math

Main Campus

9a-4p *

8/7-8/10

$319

C977

Virtual Reality: The Future is Now

Kent

9a-12p

8/7-8/10

$199

C985

JR Robotics LEGO®

Kent

9a-12p

8/7-8/10

$200

C995

Bricks 4 Girlz LEGO®

Kent

1p-4p

8/7-8/10

$160

C999

Minecraft Modders

Kent

1p-4p

8/7-8/10

$179

C901

Stop Motion Animation LEGO®

Kent

1p-4p

8/14-8/17

$200

C933

Gross Out STEM Mania

Main Campus

9a-12p

8/14-8/17

$179

C989

EV3 LEGO® Robotics Expanded

Kent

9a-12p

8/14-8/17

$200

C931

Real World STEM Challenges

Main Campus

1p-4p

8/21-8/24

$179

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Green River College Summer Kids’ Camps provide campers days filled with learning new skills, meeting new friends, and having a blast! Camp topics range from computer-based coding, building LEGO® creations, and crafting mathematical patterns to fingerprint analysis and experimenting with ways to filter dirty water. Not only are these camps fun, they are engaging and educational!

Girls Rock Math: Crafty Math

Explore math concepts through arts and crafts with string, paint, glue and all things crafty! Each day we will explore new concepts and make fun crafts to go with the topics. Girls will bead a code, explore fractions with origami, find crafty ways to express pi. FULL DAY: Ages 8-11 $319

Girls Rock Math: Bead-Dazzling Math

Young jewelry designers explore mathematical patterns and concepts while designing jewelry using a variety of beads and other materials. FULL DAY: Ages 8-11 $319

Game Labs

Beyond 2D and 3D, students will learn advanced level editing, simple 3D modeling, intermediate event scripting and the impact of game play on user experience. Ages 10-14 $179

Bat League: Heroes & Villains

Campers will build motorized models using their building skills in this camp of bat heroes and villains! Ages 8-11 $160

Gross-out STEM Mania

Photography Camp

Learn the foundation of digital photography and basic photo editing. Ages 10-14 $179

Babysitting Responsibly

Learn the basics of how to care for and entertain children. Ages 11-16 $39

Virtual Reality: The future is Now

In this cutting edge class, you will learn the foundations of VR design by creating your own virtual worlds and crafting memorable 3D experiences. Ages 10-14 $199

Jr. Robotics

This camp offers all the fun of building with LEGO ® bricks, PLUS the challenge of computer programming! Ages 8-11 $200

Stop Motion Animation: Movie Making Camp

If you like all things gross, squishy and electrifying come to our camp that is a hands-on, minds-on journey into the science and biotechnology of gross! Ages 8-11 $179

Real World STEM Challenges

Be prepared to find a solution to the problem of providing access to clean water, clean-up nasty oil spill and more! Ages 11-14 $179

Code Breakers

Learn the basics of coding languages like HTML, JavaScript and CSS through a series of web projects & design challenges. Ages 10-14 $179 For full descriptions or to register visit

Greenriver.edu/kidscamps 253-833-9111 ext. 2535

Don’t miss your chance to be a movie producer with LEGOS®! Ages 9-14 $200

EV3 Robotics

Experience the newest generation of motors, sensors and software by programming your commands directly into the intelligent brick with LEGO ® MINDSTORMS EV3. Ages 9-14 $200

Bricks 4 Girlz

Crime Scene Investigation

Come learn how to analyze evidence at the scene and in the lab! Ages 10-14 $179

Build adorable houses, cafes and fun motorized girl-oriented models, jewelry and origami, all made with LEGOS®. Ages 8-14 $160

Minecraft Modders

Learn scripting and logic statements as you create your first mod! Introductory coding will also be taught through a simulated environment inspired by Minecraft. Ages 8-14 $179

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Personal Enr ic h m ent Drawing for Beginners Learn the basics of creating strong and accurate drawings in this fundamental class, working from a variety of still life objects. Exercises expose you to key concepts and artistic principles to accurately render line, shape, proportion and negative space. Explore various drawing media, including pencil, pastel and charcoal. CEUs: 1.2 • Fee $115

Crea tive A rts a n d C r af ts

Y120 C. Parker ZWC-105 Class begins 7/18/17 and ends 8/22/17

Tu

6:30-8:30p

Fused Glass Window Tiles Create beautiful, colorful glass tiles to hang or display in a window. This class teaches basic fusing skills. Students will learn to design, cut, grind and fire two to three small tiles. All glass materials, tools, supplies and firing are provided in class. $125 MATERIAL/FIRING FEE due to instructor on day of class. Classes are held off-campus at Blue Dog Glass Art Studio. CEUs: .5 • Fee $79 Y176 D. Wendt Blue Dog Sa, Su 9a-1p Class begins 7/22/17 and ends 7/22/17 • (One hour pickup on 7/23) Digital Photography 1 Move beyond the “auto” mode of your digital camera and take great photos in any situation! Through this basic hands-on course, you will explore modern photography in simple, real-world terms. You will learn about exposure, shutter speed, focus, flash, aperture, depth of field, ISO and much more. Class requirements include a digital camera, with user guide, that is capable of full manual control. CEUs: 1.4 • Fee $135 Y100 G. McCutcheon SH-255 Class begins 7/11/17 and ends 8/22/17 Beginning Metal Art Impress your friends and family with your unique artwork! Explore the basics of constructing beautiful metal sculptures for hanging or displaying. You will learn how to use welding and fabrication processes, heat coloring on metal and techniques for using different types of abrasives. You may choose a project from ideas provided by the instructor or use your own design with instructor permission. Bring safety glasses and leather work gloves to class. Materials included. CEUs: .9 • Fee $165 Y126 J. Olsen TT-205 Class begins 6/21/17 and ends 7/12/17

W

6-8:30p

Y124 J. Olsen TT-205 Class begins 7/1/17 and ends 7/15/17

Sa

3-6:20p

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Teachers & Interns

Tu

6:30-8:30p

Digital Photography 2 Go beyond the basics! This class includes how to work with RAW images; advanced camera controls; exposure lock, spot meter, exposure compensation and advanced flash; when to use manual controls; shooting for HDR; retouching images in Photoshop and composition. Outdoor shooting labs included. CEUs: 1.4 • Fee $135 Y102 G. McCutcheon SH-254 Class begins 7/13/17 and ends 8/24/17

Th

6:30-8:30p

Introduction to Night Photography Conquer the mystery and excitement of photographing at dusk and after dark in this two-session class. Learn about equipment, exposure, focus, lighting and themes. Students should have an understanding of ISO, f/stop, and shutter speed. Level one photography or instructor’s permission suggested. Camera with manual controls, tripod and flash recommended. CEUs: .4 • Fee $45 Y104 G. McCutcheon SH-250 Class begins 8/23/17 and ends 8/30/17

W

7-9p

Introduction to Photoshop Elements Take the first step in learning the basics of editing a digital photograph using the Quick Edit and Full Edit features in Photoshop Elements. Course includes an overview of the software’s tools: resizing, printing, and saving images; fixing contrast and color problems; and discussing resolution and picture formats. Experience with Windows is strongly recommended. Bring laptop with Photoshop Elements loaded. CEUs: .4 • Fee $69 Y106 G. McCutcheon SH-250 Class begins 8/9/17 and ends 8/16/17

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P e r so n a l E n r i c hm e n t Health, Da nce a nd F itn ess Essential Oils 101: Nature’s Extractions Essential oils are a delightful way to relieve stress, calm the mind and lift the spirits. Learn about the benefits of essential oils and how to incorporate them into your everyday life. We’ll discuss what essential oils are, how you can safely use them, and which ones are good for different health issues, natural cleaning and supporting your emotional health. Samples and resources will be available so you can explore these natural solutions on your own. CEUs: .25 • Fee $29 Y172 J. Joneschiet ZWC-104 Class begins 7/20/17 and ends 7/20/17

Th

6:30-9p

Flavorful Cooking With Essential Oils Come and taste the Flavor that only the purest essential oils can bring! Find easy and convenient ways to bring new flavor to your favorite dishes. We’ll be creating delicious recipes that you can savor and enjoy serving to your family. Learn how essential oils can save you money and time in the kitchen while bringing health and wellness to your life. Join us for hors d’oeuvres to start your culinary experience. Also included is a 25-recipe cookbook that you can use at home! CEUs: .2 • Fee $29 Y174 J. Joneschiet ZWC-107 Class begins 8/3/17 and ends 8/3/17

Th

6:30-9p

Home, Ga rden a nd O u tdo o r s How to Get Started in Beekeeping Want to learn how to keep honeybees but need a little bit of guidance? Danny Najera, Green River biology instructor and avid beekeeper, will discuss the needs of the bees and the beekeeper. We will cover topics including the wooden boxes, frames, choosing the location and getting your bees. We’ll also look at the pros and cons of the various options. A mock hive will be used to illustrate the handson aspects of beekeeping. CEUs: .4 • Fee $59 Y182

D. Najera

ZWC-105 ZWC-105 Class begins 7/8/17 and ends 7/10/17

Sa M

10a-12p 6:30-8:30p

Wildflowers for Kids and Parents Come learn about our colorful native flowers in the Pacific Northwest! Popular instructor and GRC biologist, Danny Najera, will lead a one-hour lecture for you and your child(ren) on the basics of wildflower terminology and then take us out on the beautiful GRC campus trails for exploration and flower identification CEUs: .35 • Fee $59 Y180 D. Najera ZWC-104 Class begins 7/29/17 and ends 7/29/17

Sa

9a-12:30p

Fruit Growing In Your Backyard Harvest your own fruit! Learn the basics of fruit culture in the Pacific Northwest climate. Avoid the common frustration and disappointment of poor quality crops and unhealthy plants. Learn to properly plant and care for your trees, which varieties do best in our area, and how to avoid or deal with common insect and diseases. Whether you are just getting started or are working with existing plants, this class has something to offer you. CEUs: .25 • Fee $35 Y130 A. Haywood WT-16 Class begins 8/1/17 and ends 8/1/17

Tu

6:30-9p

Double Haul Fly Casting Clinic Improve distance, accuracy, and your ability to cast in the wind. The "Double Haul" is your next step to becoming a great fly caster! Prior fly casting experience required. This is an intermediate level course. Held at lake Meridian Park in Kent. CEUs: .2 • Fee $29 Y747 J. Fiskum ARR Class begins 6/28/17 and ends 6/28/17

W

6:30-8:30p

Fly-Fishing Secret Creeks If your idea of fly-fishing means beautiful places, solitude, and wild trout, you'll want to explore "Secret Creeks.” In this classroom session, you will receive information about how to find these lesser fished watersheds and what tackle, equipment, and flies will lead you to success. After the classroom session there will be an optional outing to a creek on the East slope of the Cascades. Classroom session is a prerequisite for the outing. CEUs: .20 Y748

J. Fiskum

Enumclaw

W

6:30-8:30p

ARR

Sa

9a-3p

Classroom session 7/5/17 • Fee $29 Y749 J. Fiskum Creek session 7/8/17 • Fee $89

Nymph Fishing Strategies For Trout The underwater stage of an aquatic inset or “nymph” makes up over 80% of the trout's diet. Anglers who learn to master nymph fishing strategies will consistently catch trout in all seasons. This one evening crash course in nymph fishing will be held on the Cedar River; several different indicator nymphing techniques will be covered. CEUs: 0.3 • Fee $49 Y751 J. Fiskum ARR Class begins 7/12/17 and ends 7/12/17

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6-9p

Basic Pruning Learn the basics of pruning so you can do it the right way! The instructor (an experienced Arborist and Horticulturist) will explain the reasons to prune, how pruning affects plant growth, and the influence it has on flowering and fruiting. Learn how to use the tools of the trade to prune evergreens, rose bushes, and deciduous and fruit trees. CEUs: .25 • Fee $35 Y128 A. Haywood WT-16 Class begins 7/25/17 and ends 7/25/17

Tu

6:30-9p

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Personal Enr ic h m ent Dry Fly Strategies for Trout One of the most exciting moments in fly fishing is seeing a trout come up to take your well-presented dry fly. Learn how to fish dry flies upstream, downstream, and cross-stream in this hands-on crash course held on a local river. Rods, reels and lines are available for use from instructor. Directions will be sent upon registration. CEUs: .3 • Fee $49 Y753 J. Fiskum ARR W Class begins 7/19/17 and ends 7/19/17 Held at Cedar River

6-9p

Fly-Fishing For Pink Salmon 17 is a Pink Salmon year! Don't miss out on this phenomenal local fishery as millions of pink salmon pour in to Puget Sound in late summer. The classroom session will include a resource notebook loaded with information to help you plan our outing to local beaches and rivers. After the classroom session, there will be two optional outings for hands on instruction and fishing. Sign up for just the classroom, or classroom plus either or both outings. The classroom session is a prerequisite for the outings. CEUs: 2 Y758 J. Fiskum ZWC-105 Classroom session 7/26/17 • Fee $29

W

6:30-8:30p

Y759 J. Fiskum Beach session 8/12/17 • Fee $59

ARR

Sa

5-9a

Y763 J. Fiskum River Session 8/26/17 • Fee $59

ARR

Sa

5:30-9a

Mo ney Ma tters How to Be an Executor of a Will Have you been named as an estate executor of a relative or friend? Learn about your liabilities and responsibilities. This presentation is taught by an experienced lawyer who will provide an overview of the legal rights and responsibilities of an executor and explain the gathering of estate assets, paying the debts, distributing the funds to beneficiaries and administration of the estate. CEUs .25 • Fee $39 Y166 O. Gabrielson CH-214 Class begins 7/12/17 and ends 7/12/17

W

6:30-9p

Wills and Legal Documents We All Need Wills, Power Of Attorney, Health Care Directives, Appointing Guardians for your children--what are these and why are they important to you? While it’s not always pleasant to think about, having a will or a legal plan can save your family future heartache and pain. Whether you plan to work with an attorney or use one of the do-it-yourself software programs available, having knowledge of what to include, how to prepare and what the legalese means will make the process easier. We’ll also cover making changes, revocations and more. CEUs: .25 • Fee $39 Y168 M. Farr CH-214 Class begins 7/19/17 and ends 7/19/17

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Music

6:30-9p

Beginning Ukulele Start strumming and learn to play in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. Curriculum includes traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music as well as popular songs. Focus will be on learning basic strums and chords set to new songs each week. Bring your own ukulele and start making music! • Fee $89 Y184 K. Brengle IVC-108 Class begins 7/11/17 and ends 8/15/17

6-7:30p

Writing Writing for Children and Getting Published If you’ve ever thought about writing children’s books, this class will help you get started. As a beginning writer, you’ll learn how to get ideas and turn them into stories as we discuss plot and character development, story structure, view point, dialogue, where and how to market your work and how to get published. You’ll walk away with tips and tools to start your hobby or career as a writer for children. Short writing exercises included. CEUs: .5 • Fee $59 Y160 A. Rubeck SH-252 Class begins 8/1/17 and ends 8/8/17

Tu

6:30-9p

O t h e r Co u r s e s Community Access Card to Holman Library Provides access and check-out privileges to the Holman Library’s Information Commons for one quarter. Includes access to computers containing Internet, Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Excel. An introductory information session provided by the library staff. Register with the Continuing Education Office -- call ext. 2535. • Fee $45 Y164

CAREER PATH

Online

An Introduction to Voiceovers (Getting Started In Voice Acting) This fun and empowering two-hour introductory workshop covers different types of voiceovers and what tools are needed to find success. You’ll be coached as you read a script and recorded so you can receive a professional voiceover evaluation later. You’ll obtain the knowledge necessary to help you decide if this is something you’d like to pursue. Taught by a professional voice actor from Voices For All, a voice acting training company. CEUs:.2 • Fee $39

YOUniversity

Are you entering 10, 11, or 12th grade? You know you want to attend college, but need more information on individual programs? Attend a Green River College Career Path YOUniversity this summer to learn more about featured programs, hear from GRC instructors, and spend the day on campus!

Y162 Staff SH-254 Class begins 8/1/17 and ends 8/1/17

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GREEN RIVER CAMPUS LOCATIONS Auburn Campus

O F F - C A M P U S L O C AT I O N S

Continuing Education (WT Building) 12401 SE 320th St., Auburn, WA 98092 (253) 833-9111, ext. 2535

Enumclaw Campus

1414 Griffin Avenue, Enumclaw, WA 98022 (253) 288-3400

Blue Dog Glass Art

29304 168th Ave. SE, Kent

Covington City Hall

16720 SE 271st St, Covington

Northwest Handling

1100 SW 7th St, Renton

Kent Campus

NEW

417 Ramsay Way, Suite 112, Kent, WA 98032 (253) 856-9595, ext. 5000

Auburn Center

1221 D Street NE, Auburn, WA 98002 (253) 288-3455

A Skilled Workforce is a Force Multiplier Like the classes that you see in our schedule?

Do you have employees who could benefit from this type of training? Are you looking to upskill your workforce? Have a tight training budget?

FIND YOUR INTEREST Green River’s Enumclaw Campus offers a wide variety of non-credit community education classes.

Whether it’s fly-fishing, familiy history, photography or something else, we want to help you cast your line out and find that thing that will enrich your summer!

Green River College Corporate Training can help. We work with your business to develop a training program that meets your specific goals, improves productivity, streamlines efficiency and inspires innovation. We provide training on-site or at Green River College. Grant funding may be available to help upskill your workers. Call (253) 520-6283 to learn how we can support your training program.

AT GREEN RIVER COLLEGE IN ENUMCLAW Digital Photography 2 - Enumclaw Campus Digital Photography: Advanced Topics Double Haul Fly Casting Clinic Draw Enumclaw - Plein Aire Drawing Dry Fly Strategies for Trout Essential Oils 101: Nature’s Extractions Flavorful Cooking With Essential Oils Fly-Fishing For Pink Salmon Fly-Fishing Secret Creeks Genealogy & Family History: Searching the Census Genealogy & Family History: Getting Started Introduction to Sustainable Gardening and Landscaping Microsoft Excel 2016 Level 1 Microsoft Windows 10 Nymph Fishing Strategies For Trout Photography: Basic Portrait Lighting Photography: Lightroom 6 What’s Bugging Your Yard? Wine 101: A Primer on Tasting Wine


ECRWSS RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER CONTINUING EDUCATION 12401 SE 320th Street Auburn, WA 98092-3622

Non-profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Seattle, WA Permit No. 1627

enhance your technology skills This Summer! Computer Fundamentals

Microsoft Excel 2016 (3 Class Series)

Pg. 7

Pg. 8

Gain hands-on experience in a relaxed setting.

QuickBooks for Small Business Level 1

Master the essentials of QuickBooks. Pg. 8

Take all three levels at a discounted price.

Microsoft Microsoft Powerpoint PowerPoint2016 2016

Capture your audience’s attention!

Capture your audience’s attention! Pg. 8 Pg .19

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