Catch the Wave
Drumroll, please! Introducing our Fall lineup of community ed and small business courses, from Tahitian Drumming to Walt Whitman, from Marketing to German, and alles in-between.
COMMUNITY COLLEGE FALL 2019 COURSE SCHEDULE
Welcome to Fall Term. It’s a great time to get involved with your community college! This publication is overflowing with creative, engaging, and entertaining community education classes. You’ll also find, on pages 19-23, an impressive lineup of powerful workshops designed to support Lincoln County’s thriving community of entrepreneurs.
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WELCOME! Inside this edition of Catch the Wave, you’ll find a rich assortment of non-credit community education and business courses to brighten your fall. Anyone can register for these fun, affordable classes. Visit us online at oregoncoastcc.org/communityed or oregoncoastcc.org/sbdc to find the lineups, along with links to easy online registration and payment. Or, call us at 541-996-6222, and register for the classes you want by phone. And, flip to the center of this publication to review this term’s lineup of credit courses, too! Thanks for reading, and for being a part of Oregon Coast Community College.
Financial Aid/FAFSA Help Nights Coming in October FREE FAFSA Nights 3:30-6:30pm Oct. 8 • Newport Oct. 16 • Lincoln City
Need assistance completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)? Want information about scholarships and ways to make college more affordable? OCCC is hosting a Financial Aid Information Night to help students and family members. The event will run from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8 at the Central Campus in Newport, and from 3:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 16 at the OCCC North County Center in Lincoln City. Attendees will receive help completing the FAFSA and navigating the steps of financial aid, learn about scholarship opportunities, and more.
IMPORTANT DATES Classes Begin: Sept. 23 Finals Week: Dec. 9-14 End of Term: Dec. 14 Holidays/Closures (OCCC Closed):
Sept. 18-19 • Fall In-Service Nov. 11 • Veteran’s Day Nov. 28 & 29 • Thanksgiving Dec. 24-Jan. 1 • Christmas & New Year’s
WHERE CAN I FIND THESE CLASSES? CENTRAL CAMPUS • NEWPORT 400 SE College Way 541-867-8501
On the cover
Lewis Smith is pulling double-duty this Fall – teaching Tahitian Drumming as well as Introduction to Improv. The actor and director is locally known for stage performances with Theatre West as well as his annual “radio” performance of “It’s a Wonderful Life” on stage at the Lincoln City Cultural Center. We think all our lives will be just a bit more wonderful with a little experience in Polynesian drumming. If you agree, we look forward to seeing you on campus this Fall. – Page 9
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SAMPLE THIS: WHITMAN AT 200 For the bicentennial of Walt Whitman’s birth, historian Mitchell Santine Gould places the poet and his revolutionary book Leaves of Grass in the antebellum context of the meteoric rise of the Port of New York. Over the past three decades, Gould’s discoveries have established novel insights into Whitman as a kind of “sailor’s spokesbard” at the very pinnacle of the Age of Sail. In six sessions, Gould will take you from a vague acquaintance with this familiar icon to a profound appreciation for the great spiritual, sexual, and economic forces encoded in Leaves of Grass — an approach he calls the Sailor Lover Quaker Model. We begin each session with a reading from an excerpt of a student’s favorite Whitman poem, followed by a brief discussion. The hour-long presentations will include the “American Experience” video about Whitman, and Gould’s own recent video, “Sailors: The Wheels on Melville’s Coach.” Each session will feature Q&A after each presentation. Some course materials are freely on the web, for example, at whitmanarchive.org, Wikipedia, and Gould’s own website, LeavesofGrass.org. Gould will also offer his articles from “Walt Whitman: An Encyclopedia,” “Quaker Theology,” and “Quaker History.” INSTRUCTOR: MITCHELL SANTINE GOULD THURSDAYS, OCT. 3 - NOV. 7, 6PM-7PM • $40 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
Danelle Lochrie & Ethan Granberg OCCC photo
NOT JUST ANOTHER ‘OLD LINE’
COOKING FOR THE HOLIDAYS Have you ever heard an old line like, “with these appetizers, you’ll be the life of the party!” Well, we’re big fans of old lines – and of Olde Line Lanes, the Lincoln City eatery (and bowling alley) which has become famous for amazing baked goods, bubbly pizzas, fried chicken sandwiches – and everything sandwiched in-between. Danelle Lochrie and Ethan Granberg, the owners of Olde Line (whose past successes at the Rockfish Bakery and Hearth & Table led up to their current venture) are lending their copious talents to Oregon Coast Community College this fall. They present two classes sure to help you make a splash on the upcoming holiday party scene. Both classes will be held on Monday, Oct. 21 in the commercial kitchen located at the Lincoln City Cultural Center, at 540 NE Hwy. 101 in Lincoln City.
CLASS ONE: HOLIDAY APPETIZERS Put down your phone. It’s time to stop downloading apps – and time to start whipping up some APPS! Savor this amazing course featuring the savory treats sure to ‘wow’ your guests. You’ll discover how to make amazing apps, including Oysters Rockefeller, and a focus on “The Art of the Meat and Cheese Board,” which will cover making a cheese ball, chutney, and pickles, and then using salami, crackers, and fruit to finish. If you’re lucky, the class will be able to snack on the finished meat & cheese board! INSTRUCTORS: DANELLE LOCHRIE & ETHAN GRANBERG MONDAY, OCT. 21, 9AM-NOON • $25 • SUPPLIES FEE $20 LINCOLN CITY CULTURAL CENTER
CLASS TWO: HOLIDAY COOKIES In this class, the focus is on sweets – and what’s a holiday party without them? You’ll learn how to bake the perfect coconut macaroons, Pfeffermusse, and – of course – fruit cake. INSTRUCTORS: DANELLE LOCHRIE & ETHAN GRANBERG MONDAY, OCT. 21, 1-4PM • $25 • SUPPLIES FEE $20 LINCOLN CITY CULTURAL CENTER
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EMPANADAS Y VINO Students will learn to prepare savory, Chilean-style empanadas from scratch – and, enjoy them with a glass of Chilean wine. The course will be taught bilingually in Spanish and English, allowing participants to practice their Spanish as much as they want. Participants will use guessing to interpret a foreign language and, by the end of the day, be able to name the empanada ingredients in Spanish. Tentative Schedule 10:30 Class begins, meet & greet 10:45 A little about empanadas 11:00 Make dough and filling Noon Take a break while dough and filling rest and cool (lunch on your own--eat something light!) 1:30 Put empanadas together 2:00 Bake, eat, and drink 3:30 Chao! INSTRUCTOR: OCCC SPANISH FACULTY ANN WALES SUNDAY, 10:30 AM – 3:30 PM • SEPT. 29 • $25 SUPPLIES FEE $20 • Age 21 and up CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
TRY THESE MEDS:
ZEN MEDITATION Meditation is now mainstream 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 simply sit, and be comfortable and restful – a practice and tool that can be applied to any life endeavor. INSTRUCTOR: JOE ARMENIO WEDNESDAYS, 6 – 7:30 PM • OCT. 16 – NOV. 6 • $35 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
BEFORE THE END OF LIFE: THE NUTS & BOLTS
It’s always too soon – until it’s too late. Taking care of business… it’s time! Who has the passwords? Who knows the secrets? Where is everything? What is the executor’s job and how can we help them ahead of time? No matter where you are in the journey of life, there will be an end point. Taking care of business now, to help guide both you and your loved ones, will make the process easier. This program will help you organize life and care information, and is designed for families, friends, individuals, and caregivers. The facilitator is Barbara Bush, a retired Firefighter/EMT/RN with extensive experience in emergency, disaster, and hospice settings. INSTRUCTOR: BARBARA BUSH MONDAYS, 1-3 PM • OCT. 7 AND OCT. 14 • $30 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY THURSDAYS, 5:30 – 7:30 PM • OCT. 10 AND OCT. 17 • $30 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
MYTHOLOGY: HEROES & TRICKSTERS You’re invited to join a multi-cultural event, an introduction to heroes and tricksters from mythology and folklore. We will become acquainted with Beowulf, King Arthur, Thor, Gilgamesh, Rama, Hercules, Odysseus, and Oedipus, reading and marveling at their heroic escapades and learning about Joseph Campbell’s theory of the “Hero with 1000 Faces.” When we turn to tricksters, Raven, Coyote, Anansi, Loki, Prometheus, and Brer Rabbit will be on the agenda. Zeus himself may show up, too. There will be no homework, and no exams – just good discussion and a few videos to enhance our experience.
Odysseus and the Sirens, Ulixes mosaic, Bardo National Museum, Tunisia. – WikiMedia Commons
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INSTRUCTOR: SHARON BEARDSLEY TUESDAYS, 2 – 4 PM • OCT. 8 – NOV. 26 • $50 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
FOOD & HERBS FOR SELF-CARE Many easily grown and/or obtained herbs are tasty and can be prepared as food for immune enhancement. The herbs we will work with are GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) and have been utilized traditionally as food plants and culinary herbs for centuries. This is a hands-on educational experience. We will craft a nutritive and immune-enhancing herbal remedy called Fire Cider, and an anti-viral and immune strengthening elderberry syrup. Everyone will go home with four ounces of Fire Cider and one ounce of Elderberry Syrup. A handout with recipes is included, and an immune-enhancing tea will be served. INSTRUCTOR: FRANCES O’HALLORAN WEDNESDAY, 5:30 – 7:30 PM • NOV. 6 • $20 SUPPLIES FEE $20 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
TOPICAL HERBAL REMEDIES
Herbal oils are delightful balms for soothing skin irritation, wounds, dry skin, inflammation and myriad other challenges. Botanical infused oils act to extract and preserve the beneficial properties of herbs, providing a convenient and pleasurable form of topical application. You’ll be shown how to make herbal-infused medicinal oils using local wild and/ or organic plants. The resulting preparations can then be crafted into numerous herbal products. This session will transform a botanical oil into a soothing, pain-healing balm, and a botanical oil into a nourishing lip balm. All participants will go home with a tube of lip balm and one ounce of the pain balm. A handout with recipes is included, and a nourishing herbal tea will be served. INSTRUCTOR: FRANCES O’HALLORAN WEDNESDAY, 5:30 – 7:30 PM • DEC. 4 • $20 SUPPLIES FEE $20 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
Sener Otrugman OCCC photo
LEARN TO PLAY PICKLEBALL Not for nothing is pickleball the fastest-growing sport in America. It’s easier on the knees and ankles than racquetball or tennis, yet it’s good exercise – and great fun. The sport is easy to pick up, and it’s got a legion of fans right here in Lincoln County, including at the rec centers in Newport and Lincoln City. This class, presented by the Lincoln City Parks & Recreation and the Lincoln City Pickleball Club. SATURDAYS, 9AM-10:30 • SEPT. 28-NOV. 16 NO PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. PARTICIPANTS WILL COMPLETE AN OCCC REGISTRATION FORM ON-SITE. PRICE: FREE WITH PAID ADMISSION: $3.75 PER VISIT FOR LINCOLN CITY RESIDENTS, NON-RESIDENTS: $6.50 OR WITH A PASS. LINCOLN CITY COMMUNITY CENTER
FLY-TYING & FLY-FISHING WORKSHOP Experienced fly tyer and fly fisher Sener Otrugman will help you break through the barriers of fear and myth with this hands-on, basic approach to a pastime that is both rewarding and addictive. Learn how to assemble feathers and furs on hooks to fool and catch fish. Solve the riddle of when, where, and how to use which fly patterns. (Starter tools and materials on loan from Central Coast Fly Fishers.) Get expert help choosing your own gear. Practice casting and presenting wet and dry flies. INSTRUCTOR: SENER OTRUGMAN MONDAYS, 5:30 – 7:30 PM • OCT. 30 – NOV. 28 • $35 MATERIALS FEE $20 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
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Finding it hard to focus? USING YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA: THE BASICS
Students will learn about the use of the mode dial, and the different menus, along with the meaning of the camera icons and how to use them properly to take different types of photos. We’ll also walk through transferring photographs to a computer. The course will cover basic photographic composition and the types of creative uses of a digital camera for taking portraits, landscapes, wildlife photography, documentation of current events and much more. INSTRUCTOR: PAUL CALKINS WED. (+ SAT. FIELD TRIP) 5:30 – 7:30 PM • SEPT. 25 – OCT. 16 • $50 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
USING YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA: BEYOND THE BASICS This class is for those who wish to learn more about their Digital SingleLens Reflex, (DSLR) interchangeable lens camera. Students will explore features such as Program, Aperture, Priority, Shutter Priority, and Manual modes. The course will also cover f/stop, exposure, shutter speed, white balance, and bracketing, and teach organization of photographs after a photo shoot. Activities include hands-on camera work through a field trip/photo shoot to practice all the topics covered in class. Students will provide their own transportation and meet at the shoot location. INSTRUCTOR: PAUL CALKINS WED. (+ SAT. FIELD TRIP) 5:30 – 7:30 PM • OCT. 23 – NOV. 13 • $50 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
DSLR CAMERA BASICS If you are new to a Digital Single-Lens Reflex camera, or simply want to learn more about your DSLR camera, this is the class for you SESSION 1 Bring your camera, tripod and camera manuals. You will have handson 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. If the weather permits, the last hour will feature outdoor practice at a nearby park. SESSION 2 This session will feature a critique of at least three photos you’ve taken the week after the first session. Instructor has limited course to 12 students, so he can help individually as needed. INSTRUCTOR: JEFFERY COX MONDAYS, 3 – 6 PM • OCT. 7 & OCT. 14 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT
INTRO TO MACRO & CLOSE-UP PHOTOGRAPHY This class will give students an introduction to macro photography including the equipment and techniques involved. The following areas will be covered.
EXPOSURE This class focuses on the use of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO to control the amount of light reaching the digital image sensor to achieve the desired results of the subject you are photographing. You will learn to use the exposure triangle and know how it affects the three fundamental properties of a digital camera (aperture, shutter speed, and ISO). The class will cover the exposure triangle to show how each of the three properties are interconnected. You will learn how to increase one property while decreasing the others to meet both your exposure and artistic needs. In addition to class time, a field trip photo shoot will be included to practice concepts learned in this class. INSTRUCTOR: PAUL CALKINS WED. (+ SAT. FIELD TRIP) 5:30 – 7:30 PM NOV. 20 – DEC. 11 • $50 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY 6 • register: 541-996-6222 or oregoncoastcc.org/communityed • fall 2019
1. What is Macro photography? 2. Cameras & Lenses 3. Other Gear 4. Focusing & Depth of Field 5. Lighting 6. Hands-on activities
Paul Calkins (at right),with Winter 2018 students. OCCC photo
INSTRUCTOR: JEFFERY COX MONDAY, 3 – 6 PM • OCT. 21 • $25 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT
HEALTHY DIET, HEALTHY PLANET Diseases which plague our populations like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes are quite often food-born illnesses which are directly correlated with a diet of rich, animal-based and/or processed foods. These foods are virtually absent in a Whole-Food, Plant-Based (WFPB) diet, which emphasizes whole (living) plant-foods. Many empirical studies have indicated that whole plant foods have the potential to not only prevent, but may actually reverse and/or improve these common disease processes. The WFPB (vegan) diet has been dubbed the healthiest of all dietary plans by various centers of academia. A plant-based lifestyle has the power to reduce your eco-footprint and impact on our overburdened healthcare system. This class will debunk modern myths about nutrition, show evidence of the healing power of plants, and provide practical methods to put you on a pathway towards plantbased living. INSTRUCTOR: MICHAEL STOUT WEDNESDAYS, 5:30 – 7:30 PM • NOV. 13 – NOV. 27 • $35 SUPPLIES FEE $5 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
BIRDS OF THE OREGON COAST Do you find yourself listening to an odd chirp while walking or gardening? Are you fascinated by the random rustlings in the bushes? Do you notice and enjoy the birds in your world, but wish you knew more about these clever and busy neighbors? This is just the class for you! Participants will learn how birds behave so it will be easier to find, watch, and identify the type you are seeing. Bird identification, adaptions, and habitat will be introduced. Birds of the Oregon Coast will be our focus during this 2 week class. Participants will have access to bird guides and binoculars and will learn how to use them. The final trip of the class will be a field trip to identify birds in the area. INSTRUCTOR: CAREN WILLOUGHBY, LAURA DOYLE TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS, 1:30 – 3 PM • OCT. 15, 17, 22 & 24 • $40 MATERIALS FEE $10 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
LEARN TO PLAY THE GUITAR OCCC Photo
(OR, LEARN TO PLAY BETTER.)
Beginning and intermediate students receive group instruction as well as one-on-one instruction at times in this quick-to-fill returning class, according to musical interests and level of ability. This method keeps students interested, which is key to maintain motivation. Come see why Richard’s class fills each and every term! INSTRUCTOR: RICHARD PARIS THURSDAYS, 6 – 8 PM • SEPT 26 – DEC. 5 • $ 75 • NO CLASS NOV. 28 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
ALLES TOGETHER NOW:
GERMAN FOR TRAVELERS
If you’ve ever traveled in a foreign land and tried to order a meal without speaking a word of the language, then you know that feeling. It’s the würst. Thanks to instructor Katja Mueller, if your destination is Germany, Austria, Switzerland, or another country where German is spoken, you’ll be ready. Upon completion of the 10 classes, participants will be able to navigate all aspects of travel, including ordering food, shopping, and engaging in simple conversations. INSTRUCTOR: KATJA MUELLER WEDNESDAYS, 5:30 – 7 PM • OCT. 9 – DEC. 11 • $95 (Price includes textbook. Beeindruckend!) CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
Katja Mueller OCCC photo
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DISASTER PREPAREDNESS FOR POETRY WRITING Have you wanted to write poetry but didn’t know how to begin? Have THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST you tried writing poetry and been frustrated with the results? Or perhaps 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 what you’ll need to stay comfortable in the event of a long-term emergency. INSTRUCTOR: JIM KUSZ TUESDAYS, 5:30 – 8:30 PM • NOV. 5 & NOV. 12 • FREE NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
DOGLESS DOG TRAINING Are you considering adding a dog to your life and are not sure what breed or mix might be a good fit for you? Do you have an unruly dog that is not able to attend classes in the traditional way? Do you find it distracting to learn new things while juggling a boisterous puppy? Are you interested in learning lots of cool ways to train dogs? Join us while we learn about how dogs learn, what motivates them and add a bunch of tools to your dog training tool box. We will discuss, demonstrate and also offer optional hands on instruction for the basics such as: • House Training • Manners • Walking on a Loose Leash • Sit, Down, Come, Stay • Eye Contact • Passive Training Techniques (Easy) • Default Settings (Automatic responses) • Potty on Command (No joke!) • Heel, Place, Leave it, Trade • Retrieving (Most dogs can pick this up, pun intended)
ESTATE PLANNING: WILLS, TRUSTS & MORE
INSTRUCTOR: BRIAN HAGGERTY WEDNESDAYS, 9 – 11 AM • SEPT. 25 – OCT. 9 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT
INTRO TO IMPROV
INSTRUCTOR: CINDI & ASHLEY TRINGALI THURSDAYS, 11 – 12:30 PM • OCT. 3 – DEC. 12 • $55 NO CLASS NOV. 28 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
This Fall, OCCC’s Community Education program is hosting two workshops for caregivers presented by staff and volunteers of North End Senior Solutions (NESS) in Lincoln City.
INSTRUCTOR: DAVID STARR EVERY OTHER TUESDAY, 6:30 – 8:00 PM • OCT. 1 – DEC. 10 • $65 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
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 Moses will be staying home for ‘Dogless Dog Training’ of your assets as you age (including during OCCC photo periods of incapacity), and the appropriate disposition of assets upon death. The class involves a discussion of the use of wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and health care. We will also consider questions of planning including IRAs and other retirement assets.
We will use gentle but highly effective techniques to help you help your dog or puppy to be the very best canine citizen they can be. The goal is not just teach your dog how to sit, etc., but to teach you how to teach your dog, so that you can train your dog to do pretty much anything you want them to.
FAMILY CAREGIVER SUPPORT
you don’t know if your poems are any good. This class will help you realize and enhance your writing potential. You will get constructive, nonthreatening feedback from the instructor and from fellow students. We will explore what to write about, how to begin, whether or not to use rhyme, and more. We will help you make your poems work, regardless of your experience or your skill level.
Have you ever been tongue-tied on a date or during a job interview? Have you ever wanted to be better at thinking on your feet? In this class, you will learn basic improvisational skills that you can apply to acting as well as life situations. Join us while we learn how to expand our communication skills both verbally and physically. This is an activity-based class with minimal lectures, involving scene work and games as a group and with partners in a fun, supportive environment. INSTRUCTOR: LEWIS SMITH MONDAYS, 6-7 PM • OCT. 7 – NOV. 25 • $45 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
POWERFUL TOOLS FOR CAREGIVERS A six-week program training family caregivers how to care for themselves while caring for a family member with a disability or a child with special needs. THURSDAYS, 10AM-NOON • SEPT.5-OCT. 10 • FREE NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY Call to register 541-921-5507
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THE SAVVY CAREGIVER A six-week training program for caregivers who are caring for s family member who has a dementing illness such as Alzheimer’s disease. INSTRUCTORS: LAUREN STENZEL MS AND DIXIE LORANGE THURSDAYS, 10AM-NOON • OCT. 17-NOV. 21 • FREE NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY Call to register 541-921-5507
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1. SO YOU HAVE A TELESCOPE. NOW WHAT? Start with this course if you have’t touched your scope in years – and wouldn’t know where to start if you did! Get expert advice on how to put joy and wonderment back into that old scope. Astronomer Sifan Kahale will guide you through how to use your telescope, what to look for (and where) and resources to help you enjoy the night sky. INSTRUCTOR: SIFAN KAHALE TUESDAY, 6 – 8PM • OCT. 8 • $25 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
2. OK, I CAN SEE THROUGH MY TELESCOPE. WHAT’S NEXT? This course is for those who own a telescope and can sight and focus on a distant object. Getting a little bored with that old telescope? Having a hard time convincing yourself to take it out of the closet? Sifan will offer some ideas on how to best use your telescope, and will describe some interesting objects to help keep that telescope being used, and some tips and tricks for quick and hassle free setup and use. INSTRUCTOR: SIFAN KAHALE TUESDAY, 6 – 8PM • OCT. 15 • $25 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
3. WANT TO SEE STARS? HOW TO USE YOUR TELESCOPE AT NIGHT. This course is ideal for those already pretty savvy with their scopes. Sifan will teach you how to take the frustration out of night-time telescopic observing. Learn how to find out which interesting and cool celestial objects are up tonight, how to find them and get them within the telescope’s field of view, and become comfortable with an evening of stargazing.
TAHITIAN DRUMMING Transport yourself to the Polynesian Island of Tahiti while discovering your inner drummer. In this course, you will learn several traditional pehe (rhythms) on the toere, a log drum. We will start with the basic rudiments of Tahitian drumming and then explore the different parts that go into each pehe. We will also incorporate other drums that complete the ensemble: the pahu (bass drum), fa’atete (tom tom) and Pahu tupa’i (tall drum). Though this course will focus on traditional pehe, there will be opportunities to explore more modern applications of the drum as well as open jamming. INSTRUCTOR: LEWIS SMITH WEDNESDAYS, 6-7 PM • OCT. 9 - NOV. 27 • $45 (No class Wednesday, Nov. 6) NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
INSTRUCTOR: SIFAN KAHALE TUESDAY, 6 – 8PM • OCT. 22 • $25 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
ELECTRICITY FOR HOMEOWNERS Learn basic electrical theory in this course. Explore residential electrical service, wiring methods, load calculations, troubleshooting and repair. There will be hands-on installation of receptacles, lighting outlets, and switches. Participants will also learn about national electric codes, permits and inspections. At the end of this class, you will have a working knowledge of electricity useful to homeowners or renters, electrical safety ... and you’ll know when it’s time to call an electrician. INSTRUCTOR: LARRY EPPERSON TUESDAYS, 5:30-7:30 PM • OCT. 1 & 8 • $20 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS, NEWPORT
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MAKE AN 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. The instructor is Stephanie Craig, a member of the Grand Ronde tribe and cultural ethnobotanist, and a specialist in Northwest Native American basketry. Stephanie’s 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 – 4:30 PM DEC. 6 & DEC. 9 • $45 • MATERIALS FEE $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
AN EXPERIENCE TO DRAW UPON:
DRAWING FOR BEGINNERS
This class will help beginning and returning drawing students learn fundamentals (perspective, tone, composition and more) as well as a variety of still-life drawing opportunities (shapes, drapery and the human head and more). INSTRUCTOR: SEAN HOLLENHORS MONDAYS, 10:30 – 12:30 • SEPT 30 – OCT. 28 • $50 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT
ENABLE YOUR INNER ENAMELER!
INTRODUCTION TO ENAMELING Participants will explore, through demonstration and hands-on practice, the ancient art of fusing glass to metal. Metal prep, wet and dry application processes, and kiln firing will be covered in a fast-paced workshop. Participants will leave with a completed pair of earrings or pendant.Students will be introduced to the history of vitreous enameling, design a piece of wearable art, prepare a metal substrate, apply finely ground enamel (glass) powder, use stencils, stamps, and sgraffito to add surface design, and fuse the enamel to the metal substrate by firing in a kiln. You will be able to wear their new creations home. INSTRUCTOR: DEB CONRAD TUESDAY, OCT. 1 • 1PM-5PM • $20 • MATERIALS FEE $35 CENTRAL COUNTY CAMPUS • NEWPORT
COLOR MIXING & THEORY
OIL PASTEL DRAWING
This course will explore color theory and its applications in visual art. We will investigate how to mix colors from observation and how color is used in historical artwork. Acrylic paint will be used. No experience necessary. Return students welcomed.
All levels welcomed, from beginner to intermediate, age 16 and older. Introduce yourself to oil pastels, explore its versatility, and refine your drawing skills while using a variety of drawing papers. No experience necessary. Return students welcomed.
INSTRUCTOR: DAVID WILSON SATURDAYS, 9 – NOON • OCT. 12 – OCT. 26 • $60 MATERIALS FEE $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
INSTRUCTOR: DAVID WILSON SATURDAYS, 9 – NOON • NOV. 2 – NOV. 16 • $60 • MATERIALS FEE $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
BASIC WATERCOLOR All levels welcomed, from beginner to intermediate, age 16 and older. Introduce yourself to watercolor, or refine your skills with basic brush strokes, watercolor techniques, and color mixing, to create watercolor paintings. No experience necessary. Return students welcomed. INSTRUCTOR: DAVID WILSON SATURDAYS, 1 – 4 PM • OCT. 12 – OCT. 26 • $60 MATERIALS FEE $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
PORTRAIT DRAWING FOR BEGINNERS All levels welcomed, from beginner to intermediate, age 16 and older. Introduce yourself to portraiture using graphite stick, charcoal, conte crayon, and mixed media on a variety of surfaces. No experience necessary. Return students welcomed. INSTRUCTOR: DAVID WILSON SATURDAYS, 1 – 4 PM • NOV. 2 – NOV. 16 • $60 •MATERIALS FEE $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
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seatauquaseries MOSAIC BUTTERFLIES Butterflies are the perfect mosaic subject, and this project gives us a chance to learn about these amazing creatures. We’ll make a small, intricate stained glass mosaic on a recycled 6” ceramic tile substrate using your choice of provided butterfly templates. Use realistic colors or imagine your own! Learn basic glass cutting with a wheeled nipper, how to transfer an image onto a solid substrate, and get some info on endangered butterflies in North America. You’ll get a grouting demo in class so you can complete that step at home with provided grout after the glue has cured. All materials and tools provided, bring a sack lunch. INSTRUCTOR: JOANNE DASCHEL SATURDAY, NOV. 16 • 10AM-3PM $25 • SUPPLIES FEE $15 LINCOLN CITY CULTURAL CENTER
The Seatauqua was a series of workshops, lectures and excursions (by car, boat, and even airplane) that ran for decades in Newport. Coordinated by Oregon Sea Grant, the programs encouraged chautaqua-style discussions by all participants about the topics - generally having to do with the arts, science, and nature. In recent years, OCCC and the Hatfield Marine Science Center have revived Seatauqua – represented this Fall by the courses and events on these two pages.
LEAVES OF GLASS Celebrate the beauty of fall leaves by creating a 6”x12” mosaic, suitable for outdoors. We’ll make a mosaic with provided leaf templates that you assemble into your own design. Learn basic glass cutting with wheeled nippers and a scoring tool, learn an indirect method of mosaic making, and in the second session you’ll grout your completed mosaic. All materials and tools provided, bring a sack lunch. INSTRUCTOR: JOANNE DASCHEL SATURDAY, OCT. 19 • 10AM-4PM, AND SATURDAY, OCT. 26 • 10AM-NOON $55 • SUPPLIES FEE $30 LINCOLN CITY CULTURAL CENTER
LIVING & WORKING IN THE UNESCO CASCADE HEAD BIOSPHERE RESERVE
Comprised of Cascade Head, the Salmon River, the Cascade Head Marine Reserve, Otis, and most of Lincoln City, the UNESCO Cascade Head Biosphere Reserve is a special place to live and work. Reauthorized in 2017, this internationally recognized biosphere reserve promotes sustainability of both our economy and our environment. Join us for an introductory look at Oregon’s only biosphere reserve – and how it can enrich your business, and your life. SPEAKER: PAUL ROBERTSON, MSc Wednesday, Oct. 16 • 10-11AM NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
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CCB Prep & Exam Course The CCB Exam is Included in this Program!
Friday & Saturday, Oct. 4 & 5 • 8am-5pm Both Days Fee: $425 • Includes all materials and exam
OCCC North County Center • Lincoln City Course Delivered via Distance-Delivery Video Conference, live from Clackamas CC This Construction Contractors Board (CCB) class will provide the following information: LESSON 1: Business Structure, Business Finance, Business Taxes LESSON 2: Bids & Estimates, Contracts, Project Management, Lien Law LESSON 3: Oregon Code, Safety, Environmental Issues, Building Envelope LESSON 4: Oregon Construction Law, Employees, Subcontractors
How it works:
After each lesson an exam will be given on the topics presented. The exam is timed and is not an open book test. The passage percentage for each exam is 70% or above. If you do not pass all the exams you will need to retake the ones you missed. There is a $50 fee for each time you need to retake an exam. The course is offered by the OCCC Small Business Development Center (SBDC), in partnership with the Clackamas Community College SBDC.
To register: Call the SBDC, 541-994-4166. 12 • register: 541-994-4166 or oregoncoastcc.org/sbdc • fall 2019
It’s never too late
... to launch a career in Early Childhood Education
What does it take to pursue a new career at age 40? Sometimes, it’s just a passion for the field. In the case of Sandra Pankey, it’s that – plus a love of children, childcare, and our coastal communities. Sandra moved from California to Yachats in 1989, with her mother and four siblings, when she was 11 years old, to live closer to her grandparents in Waldport. She graduated from Waldport High School in 1997, after which she pursued a nursing assistant certificate in California, then moved back to Waldport. She is married and the mother of two children, and worked for the Lincoln County Department of Human Services for 15 years.
While volunteering in Yachats at the after-school program, Sandra noticed a need for early childhood educators in our community. “I became burnt-out in the career I had chosen,” she said. “I decided to look into starting some college classes, so I could gain an income and “If you have a passion become certified to work with children. to teach children and I knew that was what makes me happy. I was curious one day and checked online want to be certified for courses at OCCC, and it was perfect in the ECE field, take timing. Oscar Juárez had just moved here the classes with Oscar from Texas, and was going to lead a new Juárez at OCCC. It will program that will not only benefit me, but my whole community: Early Childchange your life and hood Education. I made an appointment open so many different with (academic advisor) Theresa Harper, career opportunities and signed up for the 30-week program. I started the course immediately.” – the possibilities are
– SANDRA PANKEY
quite easy to understand.” Sandra said she’d encourage others interested in childhood education to explore Oregon Coast’s ECE program.
Asked what drew her to OCCC’s Early Childhood Education Program, Sandra said she’s always enjoyed working with, and advocating for, young children.
“I think it is important for children to have a supportive community that builds their skills and encourages positive learning experiences. They should feel loved, safe, and secure – and I intend to continue to be there for them. My mom and sisters are also educators, and my family tree is full of teachers, so it is in my roots to teach. It finally dawned on me, it was time to be certified.” As a participant in the inaugural year of OCCC’s new Early Childhood Education (ECE) program, we asked Sandra for her thoughts. “I think this program is excellent, and Oscar Juárez is a benefit to our community. He is a great teacher and he makes college fun, and my peers and I look forward to his classes. He is one of the best teachers I’ve ever had, and my peers agree. He is understanding, empathetic, and his courses and teaching strategy and curriculum are
“I would say if you have a passion to teach children and want to be certified in the ECE field, take the classes with Oscar Juárez at OCCC. It will change your life and open so many different career opportunities – the possibilities are endless. It was well worth the time and effort and I feel blessed to be a part of this program.” “I also want to reiterate,” she continued, “that it doesn’t matter what your age is. You can always gain knowledge, whatever the subjects may be, and make waves towards new life experiences. I am thankful for the scholarships I have earned from OCCC and also the scholarship from Robert Allen Clapp Sr. It was amazing to walk down the aisle at graduation with my peers. I feel at the age of 40, I finally accomplished one of my life-long goals: to be a certified teacher.” Learn more about the OCCC Early Childhood Education Program, on the College’s website, oregoncoastcc.org, or contact Oscar Juárez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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OCCC Credit Courses: Fall 2019 aquarium science course number title days time AQS100-Z1 INTRODUCTION TO AQUARIUM SCIENCE T R 3:00PM - 4:50PM AQS215-Z1 BIOLOGY OF CAPTIVE FISHES T R 12:30PM-1:50PM AQS240-Z1 LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS DESIGN AND OPERATION M W 3:00PM-4:20PM AQS245-Z1 RESEARCH HUSBANDRY W 1:00PM-2:50PM AQS295-Z1 AQUARIUM SCIENCE INTERNSHIP TBA -TBA
location CC-245 CC-245 CC-245 CC-245 Online
course number title days ART115-Z1 BASIC DESIGN - 2D FOUNDATIONS M W ART131A-Z1 DRAWING I T R ART231A-Z1 DRAWING II T R ART270A-Z1 PRINTMAKING I M W ART271A-Z1 PRINTMAKING II M W ART102-Z1 UNDERSTANDING VISUAL ARTS T
time 5:30PM-7:50PM 12:30PM-3:20PM 12:30PM-3:20PM 2:00PM-4:50PM 2:00PM-4:50PM 9:00AM-10:50AM
location CC-174 NC-220 NC-220 CC-174 CC-174 CC-047
course number BI101-Z1 BI143-Z1 BI211-Z1 BI231-Z1 BI298-Z1
time 8:30AM-9:50AM 12:30PM-1:50PM 10:30AM-12:20PM 11:30AM-12:50PM -TBA
location CC-062 NC-217 CC-062 CC-062 TBD
title BIOLOGY HABITATS: FRESH WATER BIOLOGY PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I BIOLOGY INDEPENDENT STUDY
days T R M W T R M W TBA
instructor STAFF STAFF ERDMANN, TREVOR O. MILLER-MORGAN, TIMOTHY STAFF
instructor PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA & ABE-ICHIEN, HELEN PENCE, JULIA & ABE-ICHIEN, HELEN PENCE, JULIA ALLISON PENCE, JULIA ALLISON OTSUKI, SACHIKO
instructor MANN, MARION E. MANN, MARION E. FISHER, MATTHEW R. FISHER, MATTHEW R. FISHER, MATTHEW R.
Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination The College prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, veteran status, age, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law in any area, activity or operation of the College. The College also prohibits retaliation against an individual for engaging in activity protected under this policy, and interfering with rights or privileges granted under anti-discrimination laws. In addition, the College complies with applicable provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (as amended), related Executive Orders 11246 and 11375, Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (as amended), Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (“USERRA’), and all local and state civil rights laws. Under this policy, equal opportunity for
employment, admission, and participation in the College’s programs, services, and activities will be extended to all persons, and the College will promote equal opportunity and treatment through application of this policy and other College efforts designed for that purpose.
Persons having questions about equal opportunity and nondiscrimination should contact either: Dean of Students Cindy Carlson • 541-867-8511 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.
Igualdad de oportunidades y no discriminación El colegio prohíbe la discriminación ilegal basada en la raza, color, religión, origen nacional, sexo, estado civil, discapacidad, estado de veterano, edad, orientación sexual, o cualquier otro estado protegido por la ley federal, estatal o local en cualquier área, actividad o operación del colegio. El colegio también prohíbe las represalias contra una persona por participar en actividades protegidas bajo esta políza, y interferir con los derechos o privilegios otorgados por las leyes contra la discriminación. Además, el colegio cumple con las disposiciones aplicables de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964 (modificada), órdenes ejecutivas relacionadas 11246 y 11375, Título IX de la Ley de Enmiendas educativas de 1972, Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, Ley de Discapacidades de 1990 (modificada), ley de derechos de empleo y reempleo de servicios uniformados (“USERRA”), y todas las leyes locales y estatales de derechos civiles. Bajo esta políza, igualdad de oportuni14 • fall 2019
dades para el empleo, admisión y la participación en los programas, servicios y actividades del colegio se extenderá a todas las personas, y el colegio promoverá la igualdad de oportunidades y el trato a través de la aplicación de este políza y otros esfuerzos del colegio diseñados para ese propósito.
Personas que tienen preguntas sobre la igualdad de oportunidades. y la no discriminación debe contactar a: Decano de Estudiantes Cindy Carlson • 541-867-8511 email@example.com Gerente de Recursos Humanos Joy Gutknecht • 541-867-8515 firstname.lastname@example.org. Las preguntas también se pueden enviar por correo a su atención a: 400 SE College Way, Newport, OR 97366.
OCCC Credit Courses: Fall 2019 business course number BA101-Z1 BA205-Z1 BA211-Z1 BA228-Z1 BA223-Z1 BA277-Z1 EC201-Z1
title INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS USING TECHNOLOGY PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I COMPUTER ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING PROFESSIONAL ETHICS IN BUSINESS PRIN ECON: MICROECONOMICS
time TBA-TBA -TBA 3:30PM - 5:20PM -TBA 5:30PM-7:20PM -TBA -TBA
location Online Online NC-222 Online CC-062 Online Online
instructor FLORES, ALBERTO M. FLORES, ALBERTO M. SWAIN, JASON H. CHARLES, GREGORY HOADLEY, TABITHA FLORES, ALBERTO M. NOBLE, TONY B.
course number title days time CH151-Z1 PREPARATORY CHEMISTRY T R 8:30AM-10:20AM
course number title days time CG100-Z1 COLLEGE SURVIVAL AND SUCCESS M 3:30PM-4:50PM CG100-Z2 COLLEGE SURVIVAL AND SUCCESS T R 3:30PM-4:50PM CG100-Z3 COLLEGE SURVIVAL AND SUCCESS F 9:00AM-11:50AM CG100-Z4 COLLEGE SURVIVAL AND SUCCESS W 3:30PM-5:20PM
location CC-047 CC-032 CC-047 NC-211
instructor HARPER, THERESA PARKS, CAROLE HAMILTON, LAURA ETTNER, DARYL
course number title days time COMM111-Z1 PUBLIC SPEAKING T R 10:30AM-12:20PM COMM111-Z2 PUBLIC SPEAKING TBA-TBA COMM140-Z1 INTRODUCTION TO INTERCULTURAL COMM. F 9:00AM-12:50PM COMM228-Z1 MASS COMMUNICATION AND SOCIETY M W 3:30PM-5:20PM COMM228-Z2 MASS COMMUNICATION AND SOCIETY M W 3:30PM-5:20PM
location CC-049 Online CC-062 CC-032 NC-208
instructor TRUJILLO-DALBEY, FRANKI BISHOP, JANICE M. TRUJILLO-DALBEY, FRANKI DEWAR, GREGORY DEWAR, GREGORY
course number title days time CAS133-Z1 BASIC COMPUTER SKILL/MS OFFICE W 5:30PM-7:50PM CAS216-Z1 BEGINNING WORD TBA -TBA
location NC-222 Online
instructor BOYCE, THOMAS BOYCE, THOMAS
course number title days time ECE120-Z1 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY EDUCATION AND FAMILY T 5:00PM-6:20PM ECE121-Z1 OBSERVATION AND GUIDANCE I R 5:00PM-6:20PM ECE124-Z1 MULTICULTURAL PRACTICES: EXPLORING OUR VIEWS T R 3:30PM-4:50PM ECE196-Z1 TEAMING AND COMMUNICATION IN ECE SETTINGS TBA -TBA HE112-Z1 STANDARD FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY CARE F 1200PM-5:00PM
location CC-048 CC-048 CC-048 Online CC-271
instructor JUAREZ, OSCAR JUAREZ, OSCAR JUAREZ, OSCAR HAMITON, LAURA WAY ANN
course number title days time ED251-Z1 OVERVIEW OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS T R 4:00PM-5:20PM ED251-Z2 OVERVIEW OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS T R 4:00PM-5:20PM MTH211-Z1 FOUNDATIONS OF ELEMENTARY MATH I T R 5:30PM-7:20PM MTH211-Z2 FOUNDATIONS OF ELEMENTARY MATH I T R 5:30PM-7:20PM
location CC-249 NC-211 CC-249 NC-211
instructor STAFF, STAFF STAFF, STAFF STAFF, STAFF STAFF, STAFF
course number title ESR173-Z1 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE: GEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES G201-Z2 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY
days TBA TBA M TBA T R TBA TBA
early childhood education
environmenrtal science & geology health
M W T R
LILLEY, WILLIAM BERNHARDT, GILBERT T.
location Online Online
instructor MARKEL, JEANNE C. RICHARDSON, OLLIE
course number title days time HE242-Z1 STRESS AND HUMAN HEALTH TBA TBA-TBA HE295-Z1 HEALTH AND FITNESS FOR LIFE TBA -TBA
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OCCC Credit Courses: Fall 2019 history
course number title days time HST201-Z2 HISTORY OF THE US TO 1840 M 1:00PM-3:20PM HST240-Z1 OREGON HISTORY M W 10:30AM-12:20PM HST240-Z2 OREGON HISTORY M W 10:30AM-12:20PM
location CC-062 & Online CC-032 NC-208
course number LIB101-Z1
instructor ADOLF, DARCI L.
location CC-032 NC-208
instructor LASK, PAUL LASK, PAUL
location CC-032 NC-208 TBA CC-032 CC-047 CC-027 CC-032 NC-204 CC-245 CC-049 CC-048
instructor WILLIAMS, ALISON WILLIAMS, ALISON LONGO, LUCINDA BURAK, MARGE M. TILSON, MURRAY WILLIAMS, ALISON WILLIAMS, ALISON STAFF TILSON, MURRAY BURAK, MARGE M. WILLIAMS, ALISON
location CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179 CC-179
instructor SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MCKENNEY, CHRISTINE M. MCKENNEY, CHRISTINE M. FOLLETT, KATHLEEN J. SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE SCOVILLE, MARY LEE
title days LIBRARY RESEARCH AND BEYOND: Find, Select and Cite TBA
instructor JACKSON, TUCKER REESE, BRIAN REESE, BRIAN
course number ENG230-Z1 ENG230-Z2
title ENVIRONMENTAL LITERATURE ENVIRONMENTAL LITERATURE
days M W M W
time 5:30PM-7:20PM 5:30PM-7:20PM
course number MTH105-Z1 MTH105-Z2 MTH111-Z1 MTH112-Z1 MTH20-Z1 MTH58-Z1 MTH60-Z2 MTH60-Z1 MTH65-Z1 MTH95-Z1 MTH95-Z2
title MATH IN SOCIETY MATH IN SOCIETY COLLEGE ALGEBRA ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS TRIG BASIC MATH (ARITHMETIC) MATH LITERACY I INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA - FIRST TERM INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA - FIRST TERM INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA- SECOND TERM INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
days T R T R TBA W M W M W M W M W T R T M W
time 5:30-7:50PM 5:30-7:50PM TBA 8:00AM-10:20PM 8:00AM-10:20AM 1030AM-12:50PM 1:00PM - 3:20PM 5:00PM-7:20PM 5:00PM-7:20PM 5:00PM-7:20PM 8:00AM-10:20AM
course number MUP171A-Z1 MUP174A-Z1 MUP174C-Z1 MUP177A-Z1 MUP180B-Z1 MUP192A-Z1 MUP293A-Z1 MUS111C-Z1 MUS111-Z1 MUS191P-Z1 MUS191-Z1 MUS192P-Z1 MUS192-Z1 MUS193P-Z1 MUS193-Z1 MUS206-Z1 MUS220A-Z1
title APPLIED MUSIC/PIANO APPLIED MUSIC/VOICE APPLIED MUSIC - VOICE APPLIED MUSIC/VIOLINCELLO APPLIED MUSIC/GUITAR APPLIED MUSIC/MISCELLANEOUS APPLIED MUSIC/GUITAR II SIGHT SINGING/EAR TRAINING 1 MUSIC THEORY (PART ONE) CLASS PIANO I CLASS GUITAR I CLASS PIANO II CLASS GUITAR II CLASS PIANO III CLASS GUITAR III INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC CHORUS
nursing & allied health
days TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA M W M W T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R
time -TBA TBA-TBA -TBA -TBA -TBA -TBA -TBA 2:30PM-3:20PM 1:00PM-2:30PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 1:00PM-2:20PM 3:30PM-4:50PM 11:30AM-12:50PM
course number EMS135-Z1 NCMA101-Z1 NCMA102-Z1 MP111-Z1 NUR141-Z1 NUR241-Z1
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title days ADVANCED EMT PART 1 T R BODY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION I M W CLINICAL PROCEDURES I M W CLINICAL PROCEDURES I T MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY TBA FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING M R CARE OF PATIENTS WITH COMPLEX HEALTH PROBLEMS MT
time 6:00PM-9:20PM 8:00AM-9:50AM 10:00AM-12:50PM 9:00AM-3:30PM TBA-TBA 9:00AM-11:50AM 9:00AM-11:50AM
location CC-47/SC109 CC-049 CC-049 SC-109/113 Online CC-249 CC-271
instructor FETTERLEY, JENNIFER BRECIK, SHANNON D. BRECIK, SHANNON D. BRECIK, SHANNON D. TBA JACOBS, DIANE BARTON, LYNN R.
OCCC Credit Courses: Fall 2019 physical education
course number title days time PE182K-Z1 YOGA I M W 5:30PM-6:50PM PE182L-Z1 YOGA II M W 5:30PM-6:50PM PE295-Z1 HEALTH AND FITNESS FOR LIFE LAB TBA -TBA
location CC-151 CC-151 Online
instructor PEAUCELLE, ANNE-LAURE PEAUCELLE, ANNE-LAURE RICHARDSON, OLLIE
course number title days time PSY101-Z1 PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN RELATIONS T R 10:30AM-12:20PM PSY201A-Z1 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY - PART 1 TBA TBA-TBA PSY201A-Z2 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY - PART 1 TBA -TBA
location CC-070 Online Online
instructor LAUGHLIN, RICK E. MARKEL, JEANNE C. LAUGHLIN, RICK E.
course number title days time RD115-Z1 COLLEGE READING M W 10:30AM-12:20PM
instructor HAMILTON, LAURA K. & LASK, PAUL
course number title days time SOC204-Z1 SOCIOLOGY IN EVERYDAY LIFE M W 10:30AM-12:20PM SOC-213 DIVERSITY IN THE UNITED STATES T R 3:30PM-5:20PM
location CC-048 NC-208
instructor RESZ, SUSAN D. PUTTMAN, KIMBERLY
course number title days time SPA101-Z1 FIRST YEAR SPANISH- FIRST TERM T R 1:30PM-3:20PM SPA111C-Z1 FIRST YR SPANISH CONVERSATION T R 1:00PM-1:25PM SPA101-Z2 FIRST YEAR SPANISH- FIRST TERM M W 6:00PM-7:50PM SPA111C-Z2 FIRST YR SPANISH CONVERSATION M W 5:30PM-5:55PM SPA201-Z1 SECOND YEAR SPANISH-1ST TERM M W 1:30PM-3:20PM SPA211C-Z1 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH CONVERSATION M W 1:00PM-1:25PM
location CC-049 CC-049 CC-049 CC-049 CC-049 CC-049
instructor WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN WALES, ANN
course number WR115-Z1 WR115-Z2 WR121-Z1 WR121-Z2 WR121-Z4 WR121-Z5 WR122-Z1 WR242-Z1
location CC-249 CC-249 NC-204 CC-249 CC-047 NC-204 Online CC-048 CC-244
instructor HAMILTON, LAURA K. HAMILTON, LAURA K. GASPAR, KAHEA HAMILTON, LAURA K. LASK, PAUL GASPAR, KAHEA PAVLISH, CATHERINE A. O’NEILL, SARA MISITI, PATRICK J.
title INTRODUCTION TO EXPOSITORY WRITING INTRODUCTION TO EXPOSITORY WRITING INTRODUCTION TO EXPOSITORY WRITING ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION CREATIVE WRITING (POETRY)
days T R T R T R T R M W T R TBA M W M W
time 12:00PM-12:50PM 3:00PM-3:50PM 5:30PM-7:20PM 1:00PM-2:50PM 1:00PM-2:50PM 3:30PM-5:20PM -TBA 5:30PM-7:20PM 10:30AM-12:20PM
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Want to earn your GED certificate? OCCC offers GED preparation classes each term in both Newport and Lincoln City. These classes cost $20 per term. To get started, attend a two-session orientation at either location (see below). Fall 2019 Orientation Schedule for GED & Adult General Education Classes Newport Class Orientation Lincoln City Class Orientation Newport Class Lincoln City Class
Two-day or two-night orientation attendance required before enrolling in a GED class.
12 to 4 pm OR 5:30-9pm, Mon. & Wed., Sept. 23 & 25 or Oct. 21 & 23 9 am-Noon OR 5-8pm Tues. & Thurs., Sept. 24 & 26 or Oct. 22 & 24
Fall 2019 GED & Adult General Education Class Schedule
Mondays & Wednesdays, 1pm-3:50 pm OR 5:30-8:20pm, starting Sept. 23 and Oct. 21 Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9 am-Noon OR 5-8pm, starting Sept. 24 & Oct. 22
OCCC’s ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Classes
Room 25 Room 124 Room 27 Room 123
Instructor: Will Quillian, email@example.com Beginning the week of Sept. 23 • 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) Lunes e Miercoles (Mon & Wed), 11:30 am-12:50 pm Room 24 Intermedio/avanzado (Intermed./Adv.) Jueves (Thursday), 2 pm-3:20 pm Room 24
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Small Business Classes INTERNET SECURITY
Ransomware, encrypted files, stolen information. Do you or your employees use email and the Internet? In this hands-on course you’ll learn how to identify and safely handle malicious emails, misleading links, and destructive websites. Save time by learning how to configure spam filters. Protect your company’s information, computers, and reputation. Learn how to test your antivirus software, how to spot an infected computer, and what to do if a computer is infected. By the end of this course, you’ll understand... • How to examine hidden email “header” information. • How to determine if an email really came from the sender’s address. • How to positively identify a malicious link in an email. • How to configure email blocking • How to identify a malicious website. • How to identify a spoofed or hacked website. • How to tell where a link goes before clicking it. • How to stop (“kill”) runaway scripts on the computer ...and much more! Every participant will receive a free Antivirus Test Program INSTRUCTOR: BOB YOUNG MONDAY, OCT. 7, 5:30-8:30PM • $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
HANDS UP IF YOU’RE READY TO
LEAD YOURSELF FIRST We are all leaders. At home and at work, we can envision what we want and then figure out what we need to do to make it happen. It sounds simple, but we all know that it’s not that easy. Urgent tasks often drag us away from doing what’s most important. Here’s the linchpin: build a toolbox filled with the tools that you need to lead yourself first. That’s what this class is all about. We’ll explore visioning, goal setting, and self care techniques that you will customize to create a set of tools that help you wrangle yourself into doing what matters most to you. At work, it doesn’t matter what your title is, you can step up your leadership game by leading yourself first. At home, it’s equally as important to stay focused on what you have chosen as your priorities. You will leave with a one-page plan for moving forward on what matters most to you. INSTRUCTOR: JALENE CASE MONDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • OCTOBER 7 • $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY MONDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • OCTOBER 14 • $35 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
This material is based upon work supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration under Cooperative Agreement Number SBAHQ-18-B-0034. SBA’s funding is not an endorsement of any products, opinions, or services. All SBA funded programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested in advance. Contact the SBDC at Oregon Coast Community College, 3788 SE High School Dr., Lincoln City, OR 97367, 541-994-4166.
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Small Business Classes FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS SUCCESS 10 WEEKS TO A MORE PROSPEROUS BUSINESS! • STARTS SEPT. 10! The Oregon Coast Community College Small Business Development Center is pleased to offer this course in concert with the Linn-Benton Community College SBDC. Led by Stephen Fuller, a successful entrepreneur in the Corvallis area who is also a former business advisor here on the coast, the class will originate from LBCC and will be live simulcast via 2-way video to OCCC’s Central County Campus in Newport. Wendy Ludwig, OCCC business advisor, will lead the class in Newport. Over 10 casual Tuesday evening sessions, participants will learn how to create and assess a plan for a new business. The series features professional speakers covering financial management, pricing, cash flow, marketing, sales, legal topics, insurance, bookkeeping systems and market research. This is the perfect course for the entrepreneur who owns a new business (aged zero to 4 years, approximately) looking to find every competitive advantage. INSTRUCTORS: WENDY LUDWIG & STEPHEN FULLER TUESDAYS, 6:10PM-9PM • SEPT. 10 - NOV. 12 • $195 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
REAL ESTATE BROKERS LICENSE COURSE Have you tried studying online, independently (and alone) for your Real Estate Broker’s License test? All too often, independent online study grinds on for months and months longer than you planned. This class is designed to keep you and your classmates on track, week in and week out, as you work as a group and independently towards preparing to successfully take your Real Estate Broker License test. Start in October, and take your test before Christmas! There are definitely cheaper online independent study programs available. This course, though, proves the reliable axiom that one gets what one pays for. The course meets Tuesday evenings from 6pm to 9pm, with additional online study required throughout the term. Students are also required to attend an all-day final exam prep session on the Saturday after the final Tuesday class. INSTRUCTOR: ANNE KIBLINGER TUESDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • OCT. 1- DEC. 3 + SATURDAY, DEC. 7 • $600 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
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. INSTRUCTOR: CRAIG GRANT WEDNESDAY, 10AM – 1PM • OCT. 9 • $25 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY 20 • register: 541-994-4166 or oregoncoastcc.org/sbdc • fall 2019
PROFIT MASTERY Profit Mastery is a powerful program designed to provide an overview of how money flows through your business and to help business owners create more efficient systems of cash management. SBDC staff have called Profit Mastery the most potent course we’ve ever offered. If you are a business owner in Lincoln County with a current set of financial statements you can bring to analyze with the Profit Mastery program, you should apply today to reserve a space. Hurry, space is limited in this program. Through Profit Mastery, you will gain: 1. Better understanding of how to build a firm financial foundation. 2. Tools to build more efficient systems and to increase profitability. 3. Tools to assist in making financial decisions regarding expansion, pricing, hiring, and management. 4. Understanding of what a lender wants to see in your financials and Business Plan. Format: 16 hours of DVD course work in four, four-hour sessions with time to apply and explore information in your personal notebook with other group members. INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT FRIDAYS, 9AM – 3PM • NOV 1–22 • $300 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
Small Business Classes HIRING & PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS Hiring an employee is one of the most difficult tasks business owners face. Hiring the right person is only the beginning. Keeping them, and following the myriad BOLI rules can be overwhelming. Designed for small business owners who want to improve their skills and interactions with their employees, in this class you’ll learn how to locate and hire the best employees, increase employee effectiveness, and improve employee relations. This class will cover topics such as: • New-hire forms, employment eligibility verification and W-2’s • Breaks, sick time, family leave and holidays • Creating an effective employee manual • Problem solving for employee issues • Working with seasonal and part time employees • Successful staff meetings and sharing company mission INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT MONDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • SEPTEMBER 30 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT MONDAY, 4 – 7PM • OCTOBER 7 • $35 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT ELIGIBLE FOR THREE HOURS OF CCB ELECTIVE CREDITS
WAVEAPPS: A BOOKKEEPING ALTERNATIVE FOR SMALL BUSINESS Have you been doing your books by hand, on a spreadsheet or not at all? Is QuickBooks too expensive or too complicated for your small business? Wave Apps offers a free online cloud-based solution for small business owners. This class will of Wave Apps services such as generating the reports needed for loans, taxes and business performance evaluation. Wave Apps works with your checking account with direct downloads from most banks. Wave Apps works from mobile devices, allowing you to generate receipts on the road, invoice on the job site, and take credit cards for a fee of 2.9%, plus 30 cents. Don’t leave another job site without leaving behind the invoice or collecting a payment. There are no monthly fees for WaveApps, and it is cloud based, so you needn’t be stressed about that old computer you plan to back-up some day. Although Wave Apps does offer some payroll solutions, QuickBooks is still recommended for larger businesses with retail point-of-sale systems or a larger numbers of employees. Interested in QuickBooks? See page 23.
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INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT FRIDAY, 9-12PM • OCT. 25 • $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY FRIDAY, 2-5PM • OCT. 25 • $35 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT MONDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • OCT. 28 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT ELIGIBLE FOR THREE HOURS OF CCB ELECTIVE CREDITS
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Small Business Classes SOCIAL MEDIA: CREATING A PLAN FOR SUCCESS Social media marketing is a powerful way for businesses of all sizes to reach prospects and customers. Your customers are already interacting with businesses through social media, and if you’re not speaking directly to your audience through social platforms like Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin, you’re missing out! Before you begin creating social media marketing campaigns, consider your business’s goals. This class will help you defining your social media marketing goals and how to be successful in the right platform: What are you hoping to achieve through social media marketing? Who is your target audience? Where would your target audience hangout and how would they use social media? What message do you want to send to your audience with social media marketing? INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT MONDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • NOV. 4 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT ELIGIBLE FOR THREE HOURS OF CCB ELECTIVE CREDITS
MAKING PROFITABILITY JOB #1 Take a guided deep dive into your company’s financials to better understand how you can plan to improve profitability. Learn methods to help you forecast how simple price changes, additional employees, wages or vendor price increases can impact your bottom line. We will discuss how to navigate seasonal cash flow, and will explore how changes in payment terms, credit versus cash transactions, and more can help you increase your overall profits. This class is derived from the Profit Mastery program to help you to better understand your business’s profitability. INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT TUESDAY, 4-7PM • SEPT. 23 • $35 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT MONDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • DEC. 9 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT ELIGIBLE FOR THREE HOURS OF CCB ELECTIVE CREDITS
CCB PREP & EXAM Are you ready to start your contracting business? For many, the process begins with passing the Oregon CCB license test. OCCC is proud to offer the only program in the state that allows you to prep for the test – and take the test – over a 16-hour period, without having to drive to the Valley for testing. The OCCC Small Business Development Center offers the course in concert with the Clackamas Community College SBDC, via videoconference live from our classroom in Lincoln City. We’ve done it once before - in the Winter 2019 term, when our participants passed their tests 96% of the time. See page 12 for more details. INSTRUCTOR: DAVE PRICE FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 8AM – 5PM • OCT. 4 & 5 • $425 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY REGISTER BY PHONE: 541-994-4166 22 • register: 541-994-4166 or oregoncoastcc.org/sbdc • fall 2019
MONEY SMART FOR SMALL BUSINESS This programs from developed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to provide a practical introduction to aspects of starting and managing a business. Each student will be directed to additional online learning which is also offered in Spanish. · · · · · · · ·
Planning for a Healthy Business Banking Services Organization Types Financial Management Record Keeping Strong Business Credit Risk Management Managing Cash Flow
INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT FRIDAY, 9-12PM • OCT. 11 • $35 NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY FRIDAY, 2-5PM • OCT. 11 • $35 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT MONDAY, 5:30-8:30PM • OCT. 18 • $35 SOUTH COUNTY CENTER, WALDPORT ELIGIBLE FOR THREE HOURS OF CCB ELECTIVE CREDITS
Small Business Classes QUICKBOOKS PRO 5-PART SERIES Your small business probably already relies on an accounting platform for bookkeeping. If it’s not QuickBooks you’re using, this course may be of interest, if only to show you what this juggernaut of small business management software is capable of. However, the primary audience for this class are businesses already Cameron James using QuickBooks. This course can help even experienced QuickBooks users sharpen their skills to ensure they’re getting the most out of the tool. For most participants, registering for all five courses is the best plan, but you can opt to register for just one or two sessions, if you prefer. 1: Basic Business Setup – Oct. 15 2: Accounts Payable – Vendors, Lists & Transactions – Oct. 22 3: Accounts Receivable – Customer List & Transactions – Oct. 29 4: Basic Reconciliations & Financial Reporting – Nov. 5 5: Basic Payroll, Review, Q&A and Wrap up – Nov. 12 INSTRUCTOR: CAMERON JAMES TUESDAYS, 9AM – NOON OCT. 15 – NOV. 12 • $195 FOR ALL FIVE, OR $49 PER COURSE NORTH COUNTY CENTER, LINCOLN CITY
THIS WORKSHOP? TAKE IT, FOR GRANT ED. GRANT WRITING FOR COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WORK
Join Meredith Howell, an experienced grant writer, Meredith Howell, and Economic Development Alliance Executive Director Caroline Bauman for an interactive session to help you organize your community and economic development-related work for grant funding. Learn about the grant programs offered through Lincoln County and other funders, and build skills towards project planning, storytelling, budgeting, evaluation and managing your time. These skills will help you and your organization obtain grant funding from a variety of sources. INSTRUCTOR: MEREDITH HOWELL & CAROLINE BAUMAN THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 • 9AM-NOON COMMUNITY ROOM - ROOM 140 CENTRAL CAMPUS, NEWPORT
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