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Summer 2014

If you are taking a class with the symbol you need to complete this column. If your class does not have the , you are finished.

Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity: Lake Land College is committed to maintaining a working and learning environment that promotes equal opportunity and affirmative action and that is free from unlawful discrimination and harassment. It is the policy of Lake Land College not to engage in discrimination or harassment against any person because of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital or civil union status, veteran status, sexual orientation or any basis of discrimination precluded by applicable federal and state statutes. This policy applies to admission and access to and participation, treatment and employment in the College’s programs, activities, and services. The following campus office is assigned the responsibility for ensuring compliance with this policy as well as federal and state statutes and regulations concerning affirmative action and equal access: Office of the Director of Human Resources • (217) 2345210 / Human Resources Office Complaint forms and procedures for filing can be obtained through Counseling Services or Human Resources. In addition, these offices will maintain current copies of appropriate laws, regulations, and policies.

Attention Parents: Photography Release Information Occasionally the Communications and Creative Services Offices takes photographs of students in the College for YOUth classes. The photographs may be used in the college’s publications, brochures and website. They may also appear on social media sites. If you object to having a photograph of your child taken and/or used in this manner, please contact Community and Professional Programs at (217) 234-5219 prior to the first meeting of your child’s class.

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Steps to register for a Summer College for Youth Class Register Registration begins March 24, 2014.

Online • Register online

www.lakelandcollege.edu/collegeforyouth

When registering online, payment by Visa, MasterCard, or Discover may be required.

Mail • Complete registration form located on page 2 and mail to: Admissions and Records Lake Land College 5001 Lake Land Blvd. Mattoon, IL 61938

Fax • Fax completed registration form to Admissions and Records at (217) 234-5390. Call (217) 234-5434 for confirmation of receipt. Phone • Call Admissions and Records

at (217) 234-5434 to register for any classes except those with a .

In person • Register in person at

Admissions and Records, which is located in the Robert K. Luther Student Center on the Lake Land College campus in Mattoon.

Payment If class has a material fee, it is included in cost of class.

Online • Course sections that begin with

CE, payment by Visa, MasterCard, or Discover is required. Course sections that begin with CNC cannot be paid for online.

College for Youth Scholarships To encourage participation by all students, a limited number of need-based college for kids scholarships are available. To determine eligibility, please send a short letter of request and a copy of last year’s tax forms to Community and Professional Programs, Lake Land College, 305 Richmond Ave. E., Mattoon, IL 61938. Please include desired class registration with letter of request and copy of last year’s tax forms. Lake Land College wishes to thank the following who donated to the Lake Land College for Youth scholarship fund. • Karen Kull

• Mary Rogers

• Scott Drone-Silvers

Cancellation Please note that classes may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment. If the class is canceled, you will be notified and will receive a full refund. Refunds are issued two times a month.

Drop Non-standard courses, because of the unique circumstances associated with scheduling, securing resources, and the ability to backfill vacated seats, require five (5) college business days’ notice in advance of the first class meeting to receive a 100% refund. Refunds are issued two times a month. Refund example: Count first day of class, example June 20 as day one. Count back 5 days. Exclude Saturdays and Sundays (and Fridays in the summer.) You would have to drop by June 12 to get a refund.

All other registrations will be sent a statement from the Accounting Office.

Phone • Call Admissions and Records at

For statement or billing questions, please contact the Accounting Office at (217) 234-5214.

In person • Drop class in person at Admissions and Records, which is located in the Student Center on the Lake Land College campus in Mattoon.

Credit See a

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Courses with this icon are for credit. These courses are graded pass/fail and are transcripted for you.* Registration form for these classes will be put into the system by Admissions and Records April 24, 2014. Students under 18 need to have a special permission form on file or else cannot be registered in these credit classes. * For advisement, contact counsel@lakeland.cc.il.us

My class is on what day?

Puzzled about the abbreviations? N = Sunday M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday

R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday

(217) 234-5434 to drop a class.

Locations

On Campus Buildings

5001 Lake Land Blvd., Mattoon NH Neal Hall FH Field House LRC Virgil H. Judge Learning Resource Center NE Northeast Building NW Northwest Building WH Webb Hall LSC Robert K. Luther Student Center VT Vo Tech Building WB West Building

Off Campus Locations BOA Burgess Auditorium 1701 Wabash Ave., Mattoon EAG Effingham Academy of Gymnastics 1909 S. Banker, Effingham EMA Emergency Mgmnt. Agency 311 Miracle Ave., Effingham ES Elementary School HS High School

• Kelly Pierce

College closings due to severe weather Announcements will be made on local radio, TV stations, and Lake Land College homepage or opt in for a text through LLC/IRIS system. Cancellation of day classes is not an automatic closing for evening sessions. If canceled, an announcement will be made by 4:30 p.m. Other than our LLC extension centers, classes held at off-campus locations follow the closing policy for that location.

Contact • If you require accommodations due to a disability, contact the Office of Student Accommodations, at (217) 234-5259. • New class or instructor ideas? Questions or suggestions? Contact Community and Professional Programs, at jmorecra@lakeland.cc.il.us or (217) 234-5470.

JH Junior High JJ Home Studio 2813 Kimwood Dr., Charleston LIB Library LSC LifeSpan Center 11021 E Co. Rd. 800N (Loxa Rd.), Charleston MS Middle School NET Internet SLV Selvidge Chiropractic Center 608 Broadway Ave., Mattoon TBA To Be Announced. Location information will be mailed.

LLC Extension Centers EEC EK1 PEC WD

Eastern Region Center 224 S. 6th St., Marshall Kluthe Center 1204 Network Centre, Effingham Western Region Center 600 E. 1st St., Pana Lake Land College Workforce Development Center 305 Richmond Ave. E., Mattoon

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This year we are going with an all day camp format. If you choose a full day of classes for your child, their lunch hour will be supervised at our relaxation station. Bring a sack lunch!

Many classes are blocked off in this schedule to offer a full day of activities!

Black Rocket App Attack! Make Your 1st Game App Take the first steps into the world of mobile app design and customize your own game app! Students explore the world of phone-based and tablet applications. Learn the basics of mobile app design and game development, and see firsthand how the world of apps publishing functions. Student created apps are accessible on a private site and can be played on any mobile device or computer. Parents may choose to publish apps if certain criteria are met. Final decisions are the sole discretion of Apple or Google. No prior experience is necessary and students do not need to own a smartphone or tablet to take the class. CE-COMP146-33932 Ages: 8 - 10

Instructor: Staff Dates: 6/30/14 - 7/3/14 MTWR Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: WEBB HALL - 108 Cost: $104.00

CE-COMP146-33933 Ages: 11 - 14

Instructor: Staff Dates: 6/30/14 - 7/3/14 MTWR Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location: WEBB HALL - 108 Cost: $104.00

3-D Computer Art Your instructor has over 20 years experience as a professional artist and brings to you an easy way of understanding 3-D sculpting and model-building concepts. At the end you will have your own creation! Doug Boyce is a new addition to this area, and comes to us from the Army in Alaska, where he created several memorials and art awards permanently located on Fort Wainwright, Alaska. Bring a 4 GB + thumb drive and notebook. CE-ARTS224-33849 Ages: 14 - 17

Black Rocket Lego Games Combine your two favorite activities: LEGO and video games! Students: create your own LEGO universe, characters, and adventures in an interactive 2-D video game. Everyone is welcome in this oneof-a-kind class. At the end of the program, every student will have a finished Lego video game that can be shared with friends and family through a password protected Black Rocket website. Games are only compatible on PC computers; Mac versions can be created after the program for $15 conversion fee. CE-COMP149-33941 Ages: 8 - 10

Instructor: Staff Dates: 7/21/14 - 7/24/14 MTWR Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: WEBB HALL - 108 Cost: $104.00

CE-COMP149-33942 Ages: 11 - 14

Instructor: Staff Dates: 7/21/14 - 7/24/14 MTWR Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location: WEBB HALL - 108 Cost: $104.00

Black Rocket Minecraft Designers If you love the game Minecraft, but always wanted to design your own characters and buildings for your games, this class is for you. Learn the basics of creating 3D modeling using a new industry grade software to design your very own characters and import them into your favorite Minecraft games. Students must have Minecraft at home to import characters and parent email address is required to create student accounts. CE-COMP148-33939 Ages: 8 - 10

Instructor: Staff Dates: 7/14/14 - 7/17/14 MTWR Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: WEBB HALL - 108 Cost: $104.00

CE-COMP148-33940 Ages: 11 - 14

Instructor: Staff Dates: 7/14/14 - 7/17/14 MTWR Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location: WEBB HALL - 108 Cost: $104.00

Instructor: Doug Boyce Dates: 7/21/14 - 7/24/14 MTWR Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location: WEST BLDG - 112 Cost: $84.24

Black Rocket Make Your 1st Video Game Do you love playing video games? This is for you! Make your first video game in this one-of-a-kind camp that shows you the crucial keys to designing your first 2-D game. Conceptualization, play experience, challenge levels, graphics and elements, music and sound, software, and simple coding are just some of the concepts that we’ll explore as you learn how to really get into the game because you made it yourself ! No prior experience necessary just a desire to have fun. Student created games will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Games are only compatible on PC computers; Mac versions can be created after the program for $15 conversion fee. CE-COMP147-33934 Ages: 8 - 10

Instructor: Staff Dates: 7/7/14 - 7/10/14 MTWR Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: WEBB HALL - 108 Cost: $104.00 CE-COMP147-33937 Ages: 11 - 14

Instructor: Staff Dates: 7/7/14 - 7/10/14 MTWR Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location: WEBB HALL - 108 Cost: $104.00

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www.lakelandcollege.edu/collegeforyouth or call: (217) 234-5434

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Percussion Camp Beginning and intermediate percussion students, this class was designed for you! Improve performance skills that relate directly to the positive experiences of playing in a large ensemble. The instructor brings his experience of being a member of the All City Band in Chicago, EIU marching band, and other ensembles. A concert in the Luther Student Center will be held the last hour of class. Cost of class includes a pair of drum sticks and a small percussion instrument to take home. Registration deadline two week prior to start date. CE-MUSI109-33681 Ages: 6 - 9

Instructor: Calvin Jones Dates: 7/7/14 - 7/10/14 MTWR Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location: LSC - Theater Cost: $79.29

CE-MUSI109-33682 Ages: 10 - 13

Instructor: Calvin Jones Dates: 7/14/14 - 7/17/14 MTWR Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: LSC - Theater Cost: $79.29

CE-MUSI109-33683 Ages: 14 - 17

Instructor: Calvin Jones Dates: 7/21/14 - 7/24/14 MTWR Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: LSC - Theater Cost: $79.29

Kids n Clay Have some fun with clay in this handson class. Children will learn handbuilding techniques such as pinch and coil and then apply the techniques learned to a main project, which will all be fired. Instructor will do a demonstration on the pottery wheel. Projects ready for pick-up in one week. Registration deadline is June 20. CE-CRFT149-33172 Ages: 6 - 9

Instructor: Brandon Russell Dates: 7/7/14 - 7/10/14 MTWR Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: NEAL HALL - 111 Cost: $89.29 Project Pottery In this class student will create two hand-built projects using techniques such as coiling and pinch pot. Projects will be fired and ready for pick-up in one week. Registration deadline is June 27. CE-CRFT150-33173 Ages: 10 - 13

Instructor: Brandon Russell Dates: 7/14/14 - 7/17/14 MTWR Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location: NEAL HALL - 111 Cost: $89.29

SAT/ACT Preparation Part 1 Master the reading, writing, English and science questions on the ACT and the new SAT. Part one of two classes. www.ed2go.com/lakelandcollege. CE-TEST117-32901

Instructor: Staff Dates: 6/18/14 - 8/8/14 Location: Internet - NET Cost: $104.99 SAT/ACT Preparation Part 2 Master the math questions on the ACT and the new SAT. www.ed2go.com/ lakelandcollege CE-TEST118-32902

Instructor: Staff Dates: 6/18/14 - 8/6/14 Location: Internet - NET Cost: $104.99

What’s Next? Boys and girls spend each morning this week exploring art, cooking and science. Mrs. Anderson, an Illinois certified teacher, designed this for you. You will have the opportunity to use your creative nature with other budding artists. Try your hand at watercolor, card making, floral design, jewelry design and more. You will also be a chef and create delicious treats without cooking. Recipes include fruit spears, ham roll-ups, bug cookies and other surprises. Have a hands-on adventure involving rocks and minerals, volcanoes, birds and building a bird feeder plus more. CE-LERN182-33100 Ages: 6 - 9

Instructor: Diane Anderson Dates: 7/7/14 - 7/10/14 MTWR Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: WEBB HALL - 081 Cost: $116.00

Art Exploration for Tots: A ParentChild Adventure All children are born with limitless creativity. Let your child discover theirs through touch and texture, and maybe just a little mess, in this fun and edible art class. Explore food as art, create bento boxes, and sugar cube igloos with Joy Wohlman Boyce. She comes to us from Fort Wainwright, Alaska to share art fun with families. CE-ARTS223-33839 Ages: 3 - 5

Instructor: Joy Wohman Boyce Dates: 6/23/14 - 6/26/14 MTWR Time: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Location: NEAL HALL 111 Cost: $63.75

Exchange Student Exploration Do you like to travel? Are you interested in becoming or hosting a high school age exchange student? Please join us to find out about the opportunities right here in your community! A twenty minute presentation from both organizations, ROTARY and AFS, will be given. There will be a ten minute break between sessions. Paperwork and contact information will be provided during the sessions. CE-RECR234-33745

Instructor: Shannon Johnson Dates: 7/23/14 - 7/23/14 W Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Location: NEAL HALL - 113 Cost: $5.00

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Little Dragons Effingham This is an introduction to karate rather than a self-defense course. Learn karate techniques, principles, and do fun activities. CE-SPRT103-32830 Ages: 5 - 7

Instructor: William Shuler & David Shuler Dates: 6/9/14 - 7/31/14 R Time: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM Location: Effingham - EAG Cost: $112.80

Little Tigers Mattoon In Little Tigers Tae Kwon Do you will increase your self-control, gain self-confidence, develop respect for yourself and others, improve flexibility, increase muscle strength, and conditioning. CE-SPRT143-33751 Ages: 4 - 6

Instructor: Kevin Roberts Dates: 6/9/14 - 7/31/14 M R Time: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Location: Mattoon - BOA Cost: $125.80 Martial Arts Effingham: Kids Increase your self-control, gain selfconfidence, develop respect for yourself and others, improve flexibility, increase muscle strength, and improve conditioning. Youth (CE prefix) and adult (CNC prefix) run concurrent. Effingham: Karate Mattoon: Tae Kwon Do CE-SPRT106-33746 Ages: 8 to 17

At Morphed! this summer, children entering grades one through six spend their time building original prototypes, creating a personalized motor-powered vehicle and taking apart electronics to construct a pinball machine.

Sign up at campinvention.org!

At Lake Land College Dates: 7/28/14 - 7/31/4 Time: 8:30AM - 4:30PM Cost: $225

Instructor: William Shuler & David Shuler Dates: 6/9/14 - 7/31/14 M R Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Location: Effingham - EAG Cost: $112.80 Martial Arts Mattoon: Kids Increase your self-control, gain selfconfidence, develop respect for yourself and others, improve flexibility, increase muscle strength, and improve conditioning. Youth (CE prefix) and adult (CNC prefix) run concurrent. Effingham: Karate Mattoon: Tae Kwon Do CE-SPRT106-33748 Ages: 8 to 17

Instructor: Kevin Roberts Dates: 6/9/14 - 7/31/14 M R Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Location: Mattoon - BOA Cost: $125.80

Martial Arts Next Level Mattoon Increase your self-control, gain selfconfidence, develop respect for yourself and others, improve flexibility, increase muscle strength, and improve conditioning. Tae Kwon Do Next Level, students must have at least 6 MONTHS prior training and have a Green Belt or above. Youth (CE prefix) and adult (CNC prefix) run concurrent. CE-RECR202-33749

Questions? 800.968.4332 or campinvention.org

Instructor: Kevin Roberts Dates: 6/10/14 - 7/29/14 T Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Location: Mattoon - BOA Cost: $125.80

Youthful exploration and discovery!

Coming to Lake Land College this July! See page 6 for more information!


Summer College for YOUth 2014