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SANDHILLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Saluting Our Military & Veterans Who Assists Our Veterans? Management & Business Technologies Program An Amazing Archaeological Find on Campus Summer Programs for Kids and Youth Curriculum and Continuing Education Schedule of Classes Summer Semester 2017 || FREE


Summer Concerts on the Green

THE KATHARINE L. BOYD LIBRARY Free to Moore and Hoke County Residents

NY Times Best-Sellers Adult & Children DVD Loans-3 for 3 days Children’s Section • Over 100 Magazines Elementary & Middle School “Battle of the Books” Available Research Assistance

A Sandhills Summer Tradition

June 12 • July 10 • August 14 Food Truck Service Begins at 5:30 pm Music Begins at 6:30 pm Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy an evening under the pines with the SCC Jazz Band. In the event of rain, event will move into Owens Auditorium. Sponsored by Star 102.5 FM radio.

Community Computers • Free Wi Fi Summer Semester Hours Monday - Thursday 7:45 am - 8:30 pm Friday 7:45 am - Noon Closed Saturday and Sunday

Sandhills Community College is the Home Venue of

SANDHILLS HORTICULTURAL GARDENS David Michael Wolff

Principal Conductor & Artistic Director

WHERE EVERY CONCERT IS A UNIQUE, UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE.

Symphonic Salute to America Saturday, May 13 3 pm & 7:30 pm Tickets available: carolinaphil.org or 910-687-0287

14 Themed Gardens on 32 Acres Picnic Area Open Dawn to Dusk Year-Round Designed and maintained by students and faculty of our Landscape Gardening program. We are happy to offer a docent guided tour for ten or more participants. Please call (910) 695-3882 at least two weeks prior.


For more information about our curriculum programs or how to become a college student, call 910-695-3725. To register for Continuing Education summer classes, call 910-695-3980.

Cosmetology Services by SCC Students Affordable Prices • Walk-in Basis Only Shampoos • Cuts • Styles • Treatments • Perms • Color Ethnic Soft Curl • Straighters and Relaxers Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays beginning at 9 a.m. Chemical services must be assigned by 10 AM, all other services by 11 a.m.

Visit our

Athletics Hall of Fame Second Floor Dempsey Student Center To nominate an individual for the Hall of Fame, please send an email to dentona@sandhills.edu with “HOF Nomination” in the subject line.

Are you an active duty spouse? 34+ of our Programs Qualify for the MyCAA Scholarship Program Active duty spouses may be eligible to receive up to $4,000 to pursue a license, certification or associate degree. Service member must be Active Duty with a pay grade of E-1 to E-5, O-1, O2, W-1 or W-2.

Call 1-800-342-9647 Monday-Friday 8 am-10 pm, Saturday 10 am-5 pm. A Career Counselor will help you get started in obtaining funds to study at Sandhills.

SCC Blood Drive Blue Hall • 10 am - 2 pm June 26

You can schedule your appointment on the American Red Cross website and use the appointment code “SCC.”

Never Miss a Sandhills Thing Interact with us on any of these social media outlets. We post photos and stream live video, have contests, let you know about events and generally have lots of fun.

@SandhillsCC #sandhillscc


flightPath Questions about Sandhills Community College curriculum programs can be directed to the Student Services Department at (910) 695-3725. To inquire about Continuing Education courses, call (910) 695-3980. Publisher................................... Dr. John Dempsey President of Sandhills Community College Editor, Writer, Graphic Artist, Photographer............ Karen McKellar Manning Director of Marketing and Public Relations Sandhills Community College Board of Trustees George Little, Chairman Larry Caddell, Vice Chairman Joseph Clendenin, Secretary Arthur Blue Timothy Carpenter James Cunningham Gary Evans Eugene Horne Linda McCaskill James Saunders Alexander “Sandy” Stewart Larry Upchurch Mary Upchurch

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Sandhills Community College Administration

How we serve our veterans, active duty military, their spouses, and dependents is something of which we are very proud. Our summer semester issue of flightPath has a focus on a few of the ways we do this.

Brenda Jackson, Executive Vice President jacksonbr@sandhills.edu or (910) 695-3731 Andrea Korte, Vice President, Continuing Education & Workforce Development kortea@sandhills.edu or (910) 695-3767

Veterans Center work-study student Monica Leandro is seen on our cover. Originally from southern California, Monica is an Army veteran whose husband is currently serving in the Army. She is working toward a degree in Health Information Technology. This is a unique partner program Sandhills has with Pitt Community College. Monica took her prerequisite classes on the Pinehurst campus and the core classes are offered Online by Pitt. She is able to participate in clinicals locally.

Ron Layne, Vice President, College Initiatives layner@sandhills.edu or (910) 246-4109

In this issue we introduce you to the staff who assist our military and veterans. We are also very proud of our new Veterans Center and have an article telling you all about it.

Kellie Shoemake, Vice President, Student Services shoemakek@sandhills.edu or (910) 695-3900

We are spotlighting our Management and Business program and give you an example of how the college assists local businesses to achieve staffing goals and provide educational opportunities for businesses through our Continuing Education Customized Training Programs. We will be offering sports camps and enrichment classes for the younger set this summer. Be sure to look at pages 12, 14 and 15 if you are looking for classes and activities your children may be interested in. We invite you to participate in the life of Sandhills Community College. In addition to classes for college-credit, continuing education units and personal enrichment, we host scores of events, lectures, performances and concerts each semester.

Sandhills Hoke Center 1110 East Central Ave. Raeford 910-875-8589

Dr. Rebecca Roush, Vice President, Academic Affairs roushr@sandhills.edu or (910) 695-3704

Kirk Lynch, Assistant to the President, Special Projects lynchk@sandhills.edu or (910) 695-3866 Wendy Dodson, Associate Vice President of Human Resources dodsonw@sandhills.edu or (910) 246-2868 Germaine Elkins, Executive Director of the SCC Foundation elkinsg@sandhills.edu or (910) 695-3706 Linda Chandler, Dean of Instruction chandlerl@sandhills.edu or (910) 695-3715 David Farmer, Dean of Student Services farmerdj@sandhills.edu or (910) 695-3714 Wendy Kauffman, Dean of Academic Support kauffmanw@sandhills.edu or (910) 695-3814

Learn. Engage. Belong.

Sandhills Community College 3395 Airport Road Pinehurst 910-692-6185

Dr. John Dempsey, President dempseyj@sandhills.edu or (910) 695-3700

James H. Garner Center 2332 NC Hwy 705 Robbins 910-464-6300

Larry R. Caddell Public Safety Training Center 333 NiagaraCarthage Road Carthage

Twana McKnight, Dean of Hoke Center mcknightt@sandhills.edu or (910) 878-5803 Dr. John Stacey, Dean of Learning Resources staceyj@sandhills.edu or (910) 695-3820 Dr. Kristie Sullivan, Dean of Planning and Research sullivank@sandhills.edu or (910) 695-3907 All rights reserved. © 2017 Sandhills Community College


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Who Assists Our Veterans?

Getting Started in a Career in Business

Meet the team that serves those who served us.

SCC offers many ways to enter the world of business.

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The Luke Joseph Ryan Veterans Center

Partnering for Success

The college opens a new Veterans Center. Page 4

Helping Our Veterans Realize Their Dreams

SCC and Situs join forces and benefit each other. Page 6

Fieldwork Yields a Surprising Find

Archaeology students make an The 2017 Academic Excellence amazing find. Award winner is a Veteran.

Learn • Engage • Belong Summer Semester Special Events & Closings May 13

Carolina Philharmonic

May 23

Curriculum Session A & B Sessions Begin

June 12

SCC Jazz Band Concert on the Green

June 26

SCC Blood Drive

June 27

Curriculum Session C Begins

July 4

College Closed for Independence Day

July 10

SCC Jazz Band Concert on the Green

August 14

SCC Jazz Band Concert on the Green

August 14

Curriculum Fall Semester Begins

in every issue Curriculum/College Credit Page 8

Alumni Association Page 12

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Technology Training

Curriculum Programs & Majors The Graduate Walk Open House & Homecoming

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Curriculum Summer Semester Classes

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Continuing Education

All classes and method of delivery.

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Tips for Applying for Financial Aid

Athletics Page 12

Summer Sports Youth Camps Hall of Fame Induction

Lifelong Learning Institute Youth Summer Enrichment Page 16-19

Career Training Page 20-21

Advanced Manufacturing

ed2go Online Classes ed2go Online Career Certificates Page 27

Public Safety Page 28-29

Career Development Page 30-31

College & Career Readiness

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The Small Business Center Page 34

Continuing Education Class Form Page 35

Campus Map


Who Assists Our Veterans? The Team That Serves Those Who Have Served Us

Sandhills Community College has a passion for serving our veterans, military active duty, spouses and dependents. So much so that the college recently opened a Veterans Center. Located in the Katharine L. Boyd Library, The Luke Joseph Ryan Veterans Center is a private relaxing environment with a kitchenette, television, study areas and offices. In recent years, the college has served approximately 350 students each year who utilize VA education benefits to take curriculum courses. This is quite an increase from the 100 the college assisted only eight years ago.

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Those receiving veteran benefits are served by the Coordinator of Veterans Affairs Teresa Taylor and her Associate, Pat Jeffries. Lindsey Farmer is the college’s Director of Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs. Veteran students may be eligible for federal and/or state financial aid in addition to their education benefits. Sandhills is one of four NC community colleges to participate in the Veterans Administration’s Yellow Ribbon program, which assists qualifying veteran students with college funds to help with the cost of outof-state tuition. Lindsey Farmer, Teresa Taylor and Pat Jeffries work closely with veterans at Sandhills. They also assist students who are active duty, and spouses and dependents of both groups.

The VA Mobile Vet Center makes regular stops on the Sandhills campus as it travels throughout North Carolina. Through this mobile unit, veterans and dependents are assisted with many non-academic support services. The college is the only


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Lindsey Farmer Moore County location the Mobile The population of the town from Center visits and all area veterans where Lindsey Farmer hails, can avail themselves of services. Enfield, NC, is about half the number curriculum students she Each year the college has a free serves at Sandhills. And being Veterans Day concert in Owens from eastern North Carolina, she Auditorium. Student Life also considers BBQ a sixth food group honors veterans and dependents – and it must be vinegar-based with a free breakfast and social sauce, never tomato. prior to the holiday. Additionally, the college has a veteran student After earning a degree in English club. from Peace College, Lindsey later earned her master’s degree A red, white and blue graduation from East Carolina. She met and cord is offered to veteran married David Farmer (DJ), who is graduates. a native of the Sandhills, and they chose to make their home in the Serving Veterans Through area.

Continuing Education

Through the Veteran Employment Program, SBC Director Teresa Reynolds holds educational sessions and presentations for business owners on the NC Veterans Employment Program. She also keeps small business owners abreast of veteran initiatives and associated benefits such as the Veterans Business Outreach and the MilitaryPipeline, an online portal matching military experience to credentials for employment.

DJ is the Dean of Student Services at the college and Lindsey is the Director of Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs. They have a 5-year-old superhero son and a feisty 4-year-old daughter and will soon celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary. Lindsey says, “It is rare to find a place to work that looks for occasions to celebrate – small things or significant accomplishments. Educational achievements, family milestones, or once-in-a-lifetime cultural moments, we commemorate anything!”

One of the most challenging aspects of her job is staying ahead of the ever-changing federal regulations regarding funding and financial aid requirements for Teresa helps transition veterans into entrepreneurial roles through students. “I love what I do because associations like Boots 2 Business, I am able to see the difference the Small Business Administration an education makes in the lives of students. And I also have a and the North Carolina Military fantastic staff who is passionate Business Center. about our students’ success and are excellent at what they do. Like most Southerners, Lindsey is most happy when her toes are in

Teresa Taylor Before coming to Sandhills almost 10 years ago, Richmond Senior High School graduate Teresa Taylor worked for 24 years as a cost accountant at Sara Lee Hosiery in Rockingham. She began as a financial aid assistant and, after one year, became the college’s VA certifying official. Each day she assists veterans, their dependents, and active duty spouses and dependents by helping them determine how to best use their VA benefits. Teresa also guides them to other means of financial aid, which can include applying for scholarships or becoming a college work study student.

She earned an associate degree in Medical Office Administration. “My transition from the workplace to becoming a student was made easier than I ever anticipated. Those who assisted me were friendly, helpful and respectful.” In addition to doting on her new grandson, Pat enjoys having a vegetable garden each year and going to the beach whenever she can. She lives in Robbins and is a North Moore High School graduate.

Read more staff and faculty profiles on our blog: sccflightpath.com.

Student Spotlight

“The people who work here at Sandhills really do care about the students and do everything possible to help them succeed,” said Teresa. “It makes me happy to be able to help our students to work toward their future.” Teresa has been married to recently retired Hamlet Police Department Patrol Captain Steven Taylor for 41 years. They have two daughters and four grandchildren.

Pat Jeffries Pat Jeffries relishes the time she is able to spend with her new grandson. “He is my first grandchild,” she said, “so naturally I enjoy spending as much time with him as possible.” Pat came to Sandhills as a nontraditional student when her place of employment closed in 2013.

John Mann John Mann, who served eight years in the Army, is a work study student in The Ryan Veterans Center. John is originally from Houston, Texas, but spent most of his life in northern Virginia. He enjoys assisting his fellow veteran students in transitioning from military service to life as a student. After Sandhills, John plans to earn a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology.

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The SCC Small Business Center (SBC) is instrumental in educating local small businesses on the value of hiring veterans and conveying military concerns to small businesses.

the sand and salt is in the air. She lives for the summer and heads to the beach whenever she can.


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The Luke Joseph Ryan Veterans Center The new Luke Joseph Ryan Veterans Center is located in a remodeled section of the Katharine L. Boyd Library. The center is dedicated to the memory of Luke Joseph Ryan. Luke was a navy serviceman whose life and military career ended much too soon. The center honors his memory and serves as a tribute to the Ryan family tradition of military service that is representative of all five branches of the armed forces. Luke’s father, Luke Patrick Ryan, was a Navy SEAL. His grandfather, Colonel Robert J. Ryan, MD, was an Army surgeon who also served in the Marine Corps. All four of Luke’s uncles proudly served active duty in the US military.

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120 Boyd Library • (910) 695-3729 Our Office of Veterans Affairs can provide information and assistance to students applying for VA education benefits.

Veterans Center • VA Mobile Vet Center Visits VA Yellow Ribbon Program Veterans Holiday Breakfast & Veterans Day Concert Veterans Graduate Cord

Our 2017 Academic Excellence Award winner happens to be a veteran. Wisconsin native Zachary Rhyner is working toward an Associate in Arts degree with the goal of becoming a physician’s assistant. Zachary served in the military for 11 years before medically retiring from a gunshot wound. “The nature of my wound was extensive,” he said. “I was left with a surgically repaired femur and a severed sciatic nerve, causing complete paralysis below my right knee.”

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Though he was determined to return to full active duty, Zachary’s rehabilitation and recovery didn’t go according to his wishes and he was forced to medically retire. “During my recovery process, I was aided by incredible specialists covering a wide range of medical disciplines,” Zachary explained. “The level of professionalism exhibited by those wanting to serve others inspired me to pursue education in order to earn a professional degree in medicine. “Many at the college were helpful assisting me transition from serving in the military to becoming a student. I began slowly, taking distance learning classes to re-engage. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed learning, so I committed myself full-time.” The instructors at Sandhills were instrumental in Zachary’s first steps at becoming a successful student. “I think I was most surprised with my American Literature class. I dreaded taking it, but was amazed at how much I enjoyed the perspective offered by Dr. Martinez.”


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Getting Started in a Career in Business For a solid foundation to business knowledge and entry into employment in a wide variety of occupations, a degree, certificate or diploma in business from Sandhills is an excellent starting point.

Partnering for Success The partnership with Situs is a shining example of how the community college responds to the needs of local businesses by delivering educated and trained people to accomplish the tasks a company needs. This partnership allows the businesses to succeed through qualified employees and helps students find fulfillment in their lives through a meaningful career. For information on how the college can assist your business with customized training programs through Continuing Education, contact Lori Degre for business and career training at degrel@sandhills.edu or 695-3939 or Ronnie Patton for industrial and technical classes at pattonr@ sandhills.edu or 695-3925. For more information about curriculum degree, diploma and certificate programs that lead to meaningful employment opportunities, visit the Programs & Majors section on the college’s website.

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When community colleges work hand-in-hand with local businesses, phenomenal results Business Administration can occur. Just ask Situs, a For those interested in the free enterprise system, we offer a fivemultinational real estate company semester associate degree and a three-semester diploma in Business Administration. Certificates in Banking and Finance, Entrepreneurship with offices in New York, London, San Francisco, Atlanta, Houston, and Small Business Management can each be completed in two semesters. We also have a new Hospitality Management concentration. Copenhagen and Robbins. This associate degree can be earned in five semesters. Both the The SCC Management and Business Administration and Hospitality Management associate Business Technologies curriculum degrees can be achieved fully Online. program teamed with the Continuing Education customized Accounting training program to provide Situs If you are interested in business financial operations, our Accounting trained individuals needed for program offers a two-year associate degree and a one-year diploma continued success and growth. We program. The Certified Bookkeeping certificate can be completed in developed customized training for two semesters. existing employees and trained potential employees through the curriculum program. Office and Medical Office Administration A career in administrative support as an office professional can The partnership for opportunity be achieved with an associate degree in Office Administration or to work in this global business Medical Office Administration. We also offer a Medical Office Coding is facilitated through a summer certificate. internship program at Situs, providing Sandhills students with Health Information Technology (AAS) an opportunity to gain experience Through a unique partnership with Pitt Community College (PCC), and allow both students and Situs we offer the general requirements of an associate degree in Health to determine if they are a good Information Technology and students finish the program at PCC. fit for each other. As a result, Situs has hired numerous SCC graduates.


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Fieldwork Yields a Surprising Find An archaeological fieldwork experience, made possible by the purchase of equipment funded by The Raymond A. and Rachel H. Stone Grant, returned a projectile point that likely dates to between 8,000 and 10,000 years old.

Angela McArdle

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Archaeologist Angela McArdle teaches General Anthropology and Archaeology at Sandhills. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Duke University and a Master of Arts in Archaeology from Cornell University. Angela was born in Anchorage, Alaska but considers herself a Southern Pines native having moved here when she was five-yearsold. Since graduating from Pinecrest, she has worked in deserts, jungles and forests throughout the US, Mexico, Guatemala and Germany. Angela moved back to her hometown in 2015 when her Army husband was stationed to Fort Bragg.

From the Early Archaic Period, the projectile point was found in the area between the Faulkner parking lot and the home of college President John Dempsey. During fall semester, Archaeology instructor Angela McArdle led her class in the investigation of patches of ground in order to introduce them to archaeological methods in a hands-on experiential setting. The students dug 15 shovel test pits, a preliminary archaeological survey method used when the ground visibility is obscured by vegetation. In this case, it was a sizable amount of pine straw. The shovel test pits were circular holes about 30 centimeters wide and approximately 100 centimeters deep — much to the chagrin of several students who commented that the experience reminded them of the movie “Holes”. After finding nothing of interest in the round holes, and for the purpose of additional training in methodology, the students dug six square excavation units. It was then that the fun began. Three of these excavation units yielded eight cultural artifacts.

estimate of when the stone tool was made. Alyssa DeSanto noticed the projectile point when she was screening dirt dumped into her sifting screen via buckets filled by Noelle Wilkes, Matthew Clark, and Tancredi Woods. The dirt with the point in it was pulled from 52 centimeters below the surface.

Style changes in stone tool technology are one way archaeologists can derive dates. This projectile point resembles two different styles from the Early Archaic Period, the Palmer and the Kirk The artifacts are prehistoric eviCorner Notched. The Early Archaic dence of stone tool making, but only one was diagnostic – meaning in NC is generally thought of as a period dominated by nomadic, it could provide a chronological

relatively small groups of people pursuing a hunting and gathering way of life. Made from rhyolite, the projectile point likely came from one of the Slate Belt quarry sites in Moore, Chatham, Randolph, or Montgomery counties. Rhyolite does not naturally occur in the Sandhills, so it would have been brought to the location. In addition to the thrill of the hunt and subsequent find, students had the opportunity to make their own stone tools, a process known as flint knapping, with hammer stones, deer antler billets and tines, and obsidian and chert spalls.


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Sandhills Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability. For more information about SCC graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information on programs that award certificates or diplomas or are Title IV eligible, please visit www.sandhills.edu/gainfulemployment/. 83,478 copies of this publication were printed at a cost of .25 each. 81,478 copies were mailed to households and businesses in Moore County and Hoke County at a cost of .10 each.

Phlebotomy Technician EKG Technician Pharmacy Technician Medication Aide Nurse Aide Ophthalmic Medical Assistant Emergency Medical Science Surgical Technology Radiography Medical Laboratory Technology Polysomnography Respiratory Therapy Therapeutic Massage Health & Fitness Science Nursing

You can earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees on the Sandhills Community College campus in Pinehurst. Undergraduate Programs Business Administration, Nursing, Interdisciplinary Studies & Social Work Graduate Programs School Administration, Reading and Elementary Education, Public Administration (Online), Social Work and Business Administration Fredanel Story, Coordinator 221 Logan Hall

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Sandhills Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees, diplomas and certificates. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679- 4500 for questions about the accreditation of Sandhills Community College.

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Curriculum Programs & Majors at Sandhills All associate degree program classes are eligible for federal and state financial aid. Associate in Applied Science (AAS) • Diploma (D) • Certificate (C)

University Studies Associate in Arts (AA)

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Associate in Science (AS) Associate in Engineering (AE) Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) • Visual Arts • Music

Transportation Systems

Automotive System Technology (AAS, D) • Automotive Mgt. (C) • C-Tech (C) • Light Duty Diesels & Emerging Technologies (C)

Collision Repair & Refinishing (AAS, D) • Fabrication (C) • Non-Structural Repair (C) • Paint & Refinishing (C) • Structural Repair (C)

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• Certified Bookkeeper (C)

Business Administration (AAS, D)

Computers

Computer Engineering • Computer Engineering Technology (AAS) • Computer Upgrade & Repair(D) • Repair (C) • Advanced Repair (C) • Electronics (C) • Forensics (C) • Advanced Forensics (C) • Networking (C) • Security (C) • Advanced Security(C)

Information Technology

Programming • Computer Programming & Development–Database Specialty (AAS) • Computer Programming & Development–Mobile App Specialty (AAS) • C# Programming (C) • Database Programming (C) • Mobile App Programming (C) • Visual Basic Programming (C) • Web Programming (C) Networking • Networking (AAS, D)

• Networking Security (D) • Networking Virtualization (D, C) • Networking Cisco (C) • Networking Forensics (C) • Networking Security (C)

Culinary & Pastry Arts

• Baking & Pastry Arts (AAS, C) Public Services • Culinary Arts (AAS, C) Basic Law Enforcement • Culinary Arts-Restaurant Training (C) Management (C)

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Engineering

Architectural Technology (AAS, C) Civil Engineering Technology (AAS, C) Geomatics Technology (AAS, C)

Golf Course Management

Criminal Justice Technology (AAS) Early Childhood Ed. (AAS)

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• Early Childhood EducationInfant/Toddler Care (C) • Early Childhood EducationPreschool Care (C) • Early Childhood EducationSchool-Age Care (C)

Human Services Technology Golf Course Management • Human Services Technology (AAS)

Landscape Gardening

Landscape Gardening (AAS, C)

(AAS) • Human Services Technology/Substance Abuse (AAS)

Nursing & Health Sciences Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) Emergency Medical Science (AAS, D)

Program can be completed entirely online.

• Advanced EMT (C)

Health and Fitness Science (AAS, C) Medical Laboratory Tech. (AAS) Business Administration/ Digital Media Technology Nurse Aide (C) Hospitality Management (AAS, C) Ophthalmic Medical Asst. (AAS) • Print Design (C) (D) • Web Content Mgt. (C) Health Information Polysomnography (AAS) • Web Design (C) Technology (AAS) Radiography (AAS) Simulation and Game Medical Office Respiratory Therapy Development (AAS, C) Administration (AAS) (AAS) • Medical Office Coding (C) Surgical Technology Cosmetology Office Administration (AAS, D) • Cosmetology (AAS, D, C) (AAS) • Banking & Finance (C) • Entrepreneurship (C) • Small Business Mgt. (C)

Therapeutic Massage (AAS, D)

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Program is offered at both the Pinehurst campus and at the Sandhills Hoke Center. Program can be taken during the evening.


Curriculum SUMMER SEMESTER CLASSES

On the next few pages you will find a list of the curriculum classes we will offer for summer semester. Curriculum classes are open to both non-degree and degreeseeking students. If you are taking classes in order to earn a degree, diploma or certificate, you must be at least 16 years old, have a high school diploma and meet the required prerequisite classes. To begin the enrollment process, click “Apply” on our homepage.

ACADEMIC RELATED ACA090 ACA115 ACA122

STUDENT SUCCESS STRATEGIES........................... T SUCCESS & STUDY SKILLS... I COLLEGE TRANSFER SUCCESS................................. I

ACCOUNTING ACC120 ACC121

PRIN OF FINANCIAL ACCT..... I PRIN OF MANAGERIAL ACCT.I

ANTHROPOLOGY ANT210

ART

ART111

GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY.. I

ART APPRECIATION................ I

AUTOBODY REPAIR AUB132 AUB162

STRUCTURAL DAMAGE II...... T AUTOBODY ESTIMATING...... T

AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY AUT221

AUTO TRANSMISSION/ TRANSAXLES......................... T

BUSINESS BUS110 BUS137

INTRO TO BUSINESS............. I PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT......................... I

BAKING & PASTRY ARTS

CHEMISTRY

BIOLOGY

COMMUNICATIONS

BPA130 EUROPEAN CAKES AND TORTES................................... T

BIO110 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY...... I BIO111 GENERAL BIOLOGY I (Lab included).......................... T BIO155 NUTRITION............................... I BIO165 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I (Lab included).......................... T BIO166 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II (Lab included).......................... T BIO271 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY..............H BIO275 MICROBIOLOGY (Lab included)...................................H

T - Traditional Classroom Delivery I - Internet Class H - Hybrid Class

CHM130/A GEN, ORG, & BIOCHEMISTRY.T CHM151 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I........ T CHM152 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II....... T

COM110 INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION................... I COM120 INTRO INTERPERSONAL COMM....................................... I COM231 PUBLIC SPEAKING..............H, I

COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY CET111

COMPUTER UPGRADE/ REPAIR ................................... T

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CIS110 CIS111

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS........................... I BASIC PC LITERACY........... T, I

Session A: May 23-July 27 Session B: May 23-June 22 Session C: June 27-July 27 Registration for Sessions A and B is now through May 22. Registration for Session C is now through June 26.

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

CSC134 C++ PROGRAMMING.............H CSC174 SERVER-SIDE JAVASCRIPT..H CSC 239 ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC PROG.......................................H CSC253 ADVANCED C# PROGRAMMING.....................H

COSMETOLOGY COS115 COS116

COSMETOLOGY CONCEPTS III..............................................H SALON III.................................H

CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY CJC212 CJC232

ETHICS & COMM RELATIONS. ............................................. T, I CIVIL LIABILITY.................... T, I

CULINARY TECHNOLOGY CUL170

GARDE-MANGER I................. T

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For course times, locations and instructors please refer to the Seats Available Schedule at sandhills.edu. Call (910) 6953725 for questions regarding our curriculum programs, applying, testing or registering for classes.

Summer Semester Curriculum Sessions


Summer Semester 2017 Curriculum Classes DIGITAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGY

DME 115 GRAPHIC DESIGN TOOLS.....H DME140 INTRO AUDIO/VIDEO MEDIA.H DME260 EMERGING TECH DIGITAL MEDIA......................................H

EARLY CHILDHOOD

Summer Semester Curriculum Sessions Session A: May 23-July 27 Session B: May 23-June 22 Session C: June 27-July 27 Registration for Sessions A and B is now through May 22. Registration for Session C is now through June 26.

EDU146 EDU235 EDU262 EDU271 EDU275 EDU288

CHILD GUIDANCE..................H SCHOOL-AGA DEV AND PROGRAMS............................H EARLY CHILDHOOD ADMIN II.I EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY. .................................................. I EFFECTIVE TEACHER TRAINING................................H ADV ISSUES/EARLY CHILD ED............................................H

ECONOMICS

ECO251 PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS...I

ELECTRONICS ELN133

OWE OFFER O

Free Tutoring 7

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Free Tutoring is available to students in the Kelly Tutoring Center located in Logan Hall. One-on-one help from volunteer or peer tutors allow our students to become responsible learners by helping them stay on track, assisting them in understanding assignments and offering ways to improve study skills.

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS ........H

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SCIENCE

EMS220 CARDIOLOGY......................... T EMS221 EMS CLINICAL PRACTICUM II..T EMS260 TRAUMA EMERGENCIES....... T

ENGINEERING

EGR251 STATICS...................................H

ENGLISH DRE096

INTEGRATED READING & WRITING.................................. T DRE097 INTEGRATED READING & WRITING II............................... T DRE098 INTEGRATED READING WRITING III (P’hurst & Hoke).. T ENG111 WRITING AND INQUIRY...... T, I ENG112 WRITING/RESEARCH IN THE DISC...................................... T, I ENG114 PROF RESEARCH & REPORT. .............................................. T, I ENG131 INTRO TO LITERATURE.......... I ENG231 AMERICAN LITERATURE I...... I ENG232 AMERICAN LITERATURE II..... I

GEOLOGY

GEL111 GEOLOGY............................... T

GERONTOLOGY

GRO 120 GERONTOLOGY...................... I

GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT

WBL121 WORK-BASED LEARNING II.. T

HISTORY HIS111 HIS112

WORLD CIVILIZATIONS I......... I WORLD CIVILIZATIONS II........ I

HIS131 HIS132

AMERICAN HISTORY I........H, I AMERICAN HISTORY II........... I

HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT

WBL 111 WORK-BASED LEARNING..... T

HUMANITIES HUM110 HUM115 HUM122 HUM130 HUM150

TECHNOLOGY & SOCIETY..... I CRITICAL THINKING................ I SOUTHERN CULTURE...........H MYTH IN HUMAN CULTURE.... I AMERICAN WOMEN’S STUDIES................................... I HUM160 INTRODUCTION TO FILM....... I

LANDSCAPE GARDENING

HOR114 LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION.................... T HOR161 PLANT MATERIALS II..............H HOR164 HORT PEST MANAGEMENT..H HOR257 ARBORICULTURE PRACTICES............................. T LSG123 SUMMER GARDENING LAB... T WBL121 WORK-BASED LEARNING II.. T WBL 212 WORK-BASED LEARNING IV..T

MASSAGE THERAPY

MTH125 ETHICS OF MASSAGE........... T MTH130 THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE MGMT......................................H WBL 111 WORK-BASED LEARNING I... T

DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS

DMA010 OPERATIONS WITH INTEGERS............................... T DMA050 GRAPHS/EQUATIONS OF LINES....................................... T

MATHEMATICS MAT110

MATH MEASUREMENT & LITERACY................................H MAT121 ALGEBRA/TRIGONOMETRY...H MAT143 QUANTITATIVE LITERACY..... T MAT152 STATISTICAL METHODS........ T MAT171 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA..... T MAT172 PRECALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY.................... T MAT271 CALCULUS I............................ T

MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY MLT111 MLT127 MLT252

URINALYSIS & BODY FLUIDS.T TRANSFUSION MEDICINE..... T MLT PRACTICUM I.................. T

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

MED120 SURVEY OF MED TERMINOLOGY........................ I

MUSIC MUS110

MUSIC APPRECIATION........... I

NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS

NOS120 LINUX/UNIX SINGLE USER..... I NOS130 WINDOWS SINGLE USER......H NOS230 WINDOWS ADMIN I.................H

NURSE AIDE NAS101

NURSE AIDE I ........................ T

NURSING NUR114

HOLISTIC HEALTH CONCEPTS............................. T

OFFICE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY OST134 OST136

TEXT ENTRY & FORMATTING.. I WORD PROCESSING.............. I

OPHTHALMIC

OPH150 INTRO TO OPHTH MED ASSIST..................................... T OPH151 OCULAR ANAT & PHYSIOLOGY.......................... T

PHILOSOPHY PHI215 PHI240

PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES....... I INTRO TO ETHICS................... I

PHYSICAL EDUCATION HEA112 PED110 PED117 PED120

FIRST AID & CPR....................H FIT & WELL FOR LIFE............. I WEIGHT TRAINING................. T WALKING FOR FITNESS........ T

PHYSICAL FITNESS TECHNOLOGY PSF214

HEALTH AND FITNESS LAW..H

PHYSICS

PHY131 PHYSICS-MECHANICS........... T PHY151 COLLEGE PHYSICS I............. T

POLITICAL SCIENCE POL120

AMERICAN GOVERNMENT..... I

PSYCHOLOGY PSY150 PSY241

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY...H, I DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCH...H, I

T - Traditional Classroom Delivery I - Internet Class H - Hybrid Class


Summer Semester 2017 Curriculum Classes PSY263 PSY281

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY. .................................................. I ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY.H, I

RADIOGRAPHY RAD122 RAD131 RAD171

RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGING II.. T RADIOGRAPHIC PHYSICS I... T RAD CLINICAL ED III............... T

RELIGION REL110 REL211

WORLD RELIGIONS................ I INTRO TO OLD TESTAMENT... T

Apply Now for Fall 2017 Financial Aid

Steps to Enrollment Curriculum/College Credit Courses

fafsa.gov Fall Semester 2017 Deadline is July 13

RESPIRATORY CARE RCP115 RCP210

C-O PATHOPHYSIOLOGY...... T CRITICAL CARE CONCEPTS... T

SECURITY (INFORMATION SYSTEMS) SEC110

SECURITY CONCEPTS........... I

SIMULATION & GAME DEVELOPMENT

SGD163 SG DOCUMENTATION............H SGD167 SGD ETHICS...........................H SGD289 SGD PROJECT........................ T

Many SCC curriculum degrees, diplomas and certificates can be completed during evening hours, through online or hybrid classes or a combination.

DEGREES

SOC210 INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY.......H, I SOC213 SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY.. ..............................................H, I SOC220 SOCIAL PROBLEMS................ I

Associate of Arts Business Administration Business Adm/Hospitality Networking Technology

SPANISH

DIPLOMA

SPA111 SPA112 SPA211

ELEMENTARY SPANISH I....... T ELEMENTARY SPANISH II...... T INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I.... T

SUBSTANCE ABUSE SAB125 SAB240

SA CASE MANAGEMENT.......H SUB ISSUES IN CLIENT SERV. .................................................. I

SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY SUR134 SUR135 SUR137

SURGICAL PROCEDURES II.. T SUR CLINICAL PRACTICE II.. T PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS PREP........................................H

SURVEYING SRV110

SURVEYING I..........................H

TRANSPORTATION

TRN140/A TRANSP CLIMATE CONTROL/ LAB.......................................... T

WEB TECHNOLOGIES

WEB110 INTRO TO INTERNET.............. I WEB215 ADV MARKUP AND SCRIPTING..............................H

Automotive Technology CERTIFICATES Basic Law Enforcement Training Web Design Digital Media Print Design

Sandhills has an “open-door” admission policy. If you are a high school graduate or are 16 or older and hold a high school equivalency certificate or an adult high school diploma, you can take curriculum/college credit courses.

Tips for Applying for Financial Aid The financial aid application process may be lengthy, so it’s important to begin early. Students must complete the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for colleges to determine eligibility. The form is available each January and must be completed annually. Deadlines for the FAFSA form and required documentation submission are set each term: fall semester deadline is in early July, spring semester, early December and summer semester is early May. Check the SCC website, or call the SCC

Financial Aid Office for specific dates prior to each semester. Some students may be asked to complete verification, which requires additional documentation be provided to the SCC Financial Aid Office. Documents may include tax return transcripts, child support information and personal identification. The process can take additional time if outside agencies are asked for information.

Keys to a Smooth Process Begin early. The earlier you begin the application process, the more likely your aid will be processed in a timely manner. • File your federal taxes as early as possible. • Allow yourself ample time to request and receive all required additional forms. • Respond promptly to all requests. • Thoroughly complete all financial aid forms. • Be patient with the process.

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THE GRADUATE WALK

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Girls Volleyball Rising 9-12 Grades July 14-15 Rising 4-8 Grades July 17-20

9 am-Noon 9 am-Noon

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Boys & Girls Basketball Rising 3-9 Grades

June 26-29

8:30 am-Noon

$65

Boys & Girls Multi-Sports Camps Rising 3-9 Grades

9 am-2 pm

$150/week (lunch included)

Early drop-off at 7:30 am, late pickup until 5:30 pm for $25/week extra.

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Week 1: June 12-16 Week 2: June 19-23 Week 3: July 10-14

Week 4: July 24-28 Week 5: July 31-Aug 4

Pay special tribute to a Sandhills graduate with a brick in The Graduate Walk. Laser-engraved with name, degree and year. Bricks are available for a $100 contribution to the SCC Alumni Association. For more information or to purchase a brick, please contact Gayvin Powers at (910) 695-3716 or powersg@sandhills.edu.

Free Event Open to the Entire Community

OPEN HOUSE & ALUMNI HOMECOMING Sponsored by the SCC Alumni Association

Saturday, October 14 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Fun Run at 10 a.m. 2017 Hall of Fame Induction Pictured from left to right are the inductees into the Class of 2017 Athletic Hall of Fame: 2014 National Golf Championship Team: Assistant Coach Stu Heilman, Cody Roberts, Alex Austin, Nick Thompson and Caleb Chavis; past SCC Vice President Susanne Adams; Wayne Pyrtle (Baseball 1970-72), Gordon Dean (Tennis 1972-74).

McKenzies Mill Band Nursing & Health Sciences Alumni Homecoming Fun Run at 10 a.m. • Food Truck Rodeo • Scavenger Hunt Volleyball Tournament • Campus Tours • Hay Rides Children’s Section with games, sack races, face painting, Jingles the Clown, activities, and prizes. For more information, contact Gayvin Powers at 910-690-3190 or powersg@sandhills.edu


Continuing Education Why Continuing Education?

Enrolling is Easy

Consider these benefits: • Affordable options for job training. • Short-term, quality, customized training leading to industry approved credentials. • Classes offered days, evenings, weekends and online for your convenience. • Many cultural and personal enrichment offerings in our new Lifelong Learning Institute. • No transcripts required for most offerings. • Easy to enroll.

Sign up today using one of these easy steps: Call (910) 695-3980 (credit card required); office hours are Monday-Thursday 8-5 pm, Friday 8 am-Noon; In person on the first floor of Van Dusen Hall on the Pinehurst campus; office hours are Monday-Thursday 8-5 pm, Friday 8 am-Noon;

Continuing Education

Scholarships

Scholarships are available to help remove financial barriers for students seeking new job skills or upgrading current skills. Apply early and don’t assume you will not qualify. You won’t know unless you apply. Applications must be received no later than one week prior to course start date. Scholarships have specific eligibility and course requirements.

To apply or for additional information: Golden Leaf: Jason Levister at 695-3778 or levisterj@sandhills.edu SCC Foundation: Amy Caliri at 695-3766 or caliria@sandhills.edu SECU Scholarships: Kimberly Blue at 695-3979 or bluek@sandhills.edu

SUMMER COOKING CLASSES Create mouthwatering delights with Associate Professor Martin Brunner, Owner & Pastry Chef at The Bakehouse in Aberdeen. These classes will meet in the Little Hall main kitchen. Students must wear closed-toe & nonslip shoes, long pants, and a long sleeved shirt. Spaces are limited and early registration is recommended.

Survey of European Tortes

Learn how to mix and bake classic European Tortes made in Chef Brunners’ native land, Austria! Take away tips from the professional to make three separate types of cakes (Sacher, Black Forest and Hazelnut) with the corresponding techniques to finish each. Then choose your favorite Torte to finish and share this delectable creation with family and friends. #2034 May 23 & 24 TW 1-5p $124

Classic Dinner Desserts

Amaze your dinner party guests by serving these delectable traditional deserts: Crème Brulee, Souffle and Mousse. Chef Brunner

shows you how to successfully master these three classic desserts properly and efficiently, without burning down the house! #2035 June 7 W 5-9p $74

The Alchemy of Sourdough

If you love the smell of fresh-baked bread, then this class is for you! Learn the tricks of the trade from Chef Brunner, who was trained in all things bread by his dad, an Austrian Certified Master Baker! Class includes how to “catch” your culture, feed it, and ultimately bake several types of bread, from Pain au Champagne to hearty rye sourdough loaves. #2036 June 14 & 15 WTH 1-5p $124

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Fax completed registration form, located online and on the final page of the Continuing Education section of this publication, to (910) 692-6998.


Youth Summer Enrichment Sandhills Community College’s new Youth Summer Enrichment programs will be exciting and educational programs for younger learners. Our classes are designed to provide fun, hands-on learning activities that promise to develop and build skills, encourage creativity, and fuel a passion for lifelong learning. These programs are sure to become an unforgettable adventure full of inspiring accomplishments, treasured memories, and new friends. Visit summer.sandhills.edu for complete program information and required forms. Spaces are limited. Register early!

Visual Arts, Creative Drama & Musical T heater

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Equestrian Horsemanship 101

Boots and Bridles

Ever wonder what it’s like to own a horse? This is your chance to spend 3 fun-filled days at beautiful Heather Ridge Farm learning about safety, horse care, feeding, grooming and best of all – riding! And since you’re not having fun unless you’re getting dirty, you will also gain hands-on experience with daily barn and horse farm chores. This is for the serious horse lover! Bring a lunch, drinks and snacks daily. Boots with a heel required. Ages 10-14 Heather Ridge Farm, Raeford, NC $354 2012 Jun 14-16 W-F 9-4p 2013 Jul 26-28 W-F 9-4p

Spend your days at Muddy Creek Farm Riding Center enjoying all things horse! Learn essential safety, basic grooming, horse care, and, of course, riding. When you’re not hanging out with the horses, you’ll have fun swimming in the pool and doing arts and crafts. Bring a lunch, drinks and snacks daily. Boots required. Ages 10-14 Muddy Creek Farm Riding Center, Whispering Pines, NC $324 2014 July 17-20 M-Th 9-1p 2015 July 31-Aug 3 M-Th 9-1p

Beginner Riding Lessons Start your child’s horsemanship skills at one of the Sandhills’ favorite riding centers - Muddy Creek Farm Riding Center. Riders are paired with seasoned lesson horses and, in this six week program, will learn basic horsemanship and riding skills such as parts of the saddle and tack, grooming, mounting, guiding your horse, stopping and steering in the walk and trot. Riders must wear stretchable pants/jeans and boots. Ages 10-14 Muddy Creek Farm Riding Center, Whispering Pines, NC $275 2016 May 17-Jun 21 W 6-8p

Unsinkable Creative Society

Drama & T heatre

Sometimes life’s voyage is smooth sailing and other times the waters are rough...the trick is to be confident that you can stay afloat no matter what comes your way. On this journey to self discovery, certified Kaizen Muse Creativity Coach and US Army Master Resilience Trainer Nicole Sinay Torres will encourage girls ages 12-17 to take the helm & chart their course by using creative writing prompts, art journaling, dynamic group discussion, and mixed media art projects designed to reinforce expert resiliency skills, create a motivational peer environment, and inspire the personal courage needed to live a truly unsinkable life. Girls Ages 12-17 Instructor: Nicole Sinay Torres 109 Van Dusen Hall $119 2005 Jun 26-29 M-Th 1-4p 2006 July 17-20 M-Th 1-4p

Calling all who love the stage! Join Professor Susan Bartz Herrick, MFA, to explore dramatic and theatrical arts in a fun and creative environment. Focusing on creativity over performance, Professor Herrick incorporates the fundamentals of singing, dancing, acting, voice/ diction training and creative drama to increase self confidence and self awareness in a fun and safe atmosphere. Students with special needs or disabilities welcomed and encouraged to attend. Ages 10-14 Instructor: Professor Susan Bartz Herrick, MFA $119

Creative Adventurers' Club Rising 6th through 9th graders are invited to unlock the secrets of their own personal resilience through a series of creative adventures! In this workshop, certified Kaizen Muse Creativity Coach and US Army Master Resilience Trainer Nicole Sinay Torres leads kids through journal prompts, group discussion, and creative projects designed to reinforce expert resiliency skills in a fun and unique format. The Creative Adventurers’ Club is perfect for preparing kids to take on life’s most challenging adventures in healthy, creative, and self-expressive ways. Ages 10-14 Instructor: Nicole Sinay Torres 109 Van Dusen Hall $119 2007 July 10-13 M-Th 9-noon 2008 July 31-Aug 3 M-Th 1-4p

Creative Drama 103 Van Dusen Hall 2009 Jun 26-29

M-Th

1-4p

M-Th

1-4p

Musical T heater Owens Auditorium 2010 July 10-13

Drama Enrichment

Owens Auditorium 2011 July 31-Aug 3 M-Th

1-4p

Art, Drama & Theatre programs sponsored in part by the Arts Council of Moore County.


Youth Summer Enrichment

Technology Make Your First Video Game If you love playing video games, this is the camp for you! Make your first video game in this one-of-a-kind class that shows you the keys to designing your first 2D platformer game. Conceptualization, play experience, level design, graphics, sounds, and simple coding are just some of the concepts that we’ll explore. 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 $15.00 conversion fee. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Instructor: Deborah Holden 105 Van Dusen Hall $134 Ages 8-10 2017 Jun 12-15 M-TH 9a-noon Ages 11-14 2018 Jun 12-15 M-TH 1-4p

Take the first steps into the world of mobile app design and customize your own game app! Using a specialized app & game development tool, students will explore the world of web-based (HTML5) mobile apps. In addition to learning the basics of mobile app design and game development, you will also see firsthand how the world of App publishing functions. Student-created apps will be accessible on a private site and can be played on any mobile device or computer. Publishing to App Stores not included. No prior experience is necessary and students do not need to own a smartphone or tablet to take the class. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program . Instructor: Deborah Holden 105 Van Dusen Hall $134 Ages 11-14 2019 Jun 19-22 M-TH 9a-noon Ages 8-10 2020 Jun 19-22 M-TH 1-4p

Minecraft® Designers If you love the game Minecraft, and always wanted to design your own world, this class is for you! Learn how to create a custom map, the basics of creating 3D models using a new software to design your very own objects, how to build with Redstone and Command blocks, and create custom textures for you to import at home or share with

Make Your First 3D Video Game Try this new version of a Black Rocket classic! This class allows you to develop a game concept that goes well beyond the limitations of the traditional 2D game design classes and create an immersive 3D world. Students will learn the physics behind 3D games, explore beginner event scripting, level design, controlling flow of gameplay, and story telling. Student created games will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Instructor: Jennifer Patterson 105 Van Dusen Hall $134 Ages 11-14 2023 July 10-13 M-TH 9a-noon Ages 8-10 2024 July 10-13 M-TH 1-4p

Minecraft® Animators Bring your favorite Minecraft characters to life in an animated short film! Learn how studios like Pixar and Disney make movies like Inside Out and Frozen by using techniques like keyframing, tweening, texturing, and animating rigged 3D models! Student projects will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. You do not need to own a Minecraft account to use the software in this class. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Returning students can create more advanced projects that build on previous years. Mac users can play their project at home, but will not be able to edit the project without a PC. Instructor: Jennifer Patterson 105 Van Dusen Hall $134 Ages 8-10 2025 July 17-21 M-TH 9-noon Ages 11-14 2026 July 17-21 M-TH 1-4p

Video Game Animation Take your game design skills to the next level by creating and animating your own character sprites, objects, and backgrounds. Start with a name, develop the character’s personality, signature moves, special powers, and a story line. Finish with a fully animated character to be used in your very own game. Students do not need any prior experience in game design, animation, or sketching. 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. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Instructor: Deborah Holden 105 Van Dusen Hall $134 Ages 11-14 2027 Jul 24-27 M-TH 9a-noon Ages 8-10 2028 Jul 24-27 M-TH 1-4p

Minecraft® Modders Use your favorite game to learn the basics of modding and foundations of programming. Learn scripting and logic statements as you create your first mods! Introductory coding will also be taught through a simulated environment inspired by Minecraft. Student projects will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. To access their project at home students must

own a PC/MAC version of Minecraft. Tablet, phone, and game console versions of Minecraft are not compatible. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Instructor: Jennifer Patterson 105 Van Dusen Hall $134 Ages 8-10 2029 July 31-Aug 3 M-TH 9a-noon Ages 11-14 2030 July 31-Aug 3 M-TH 1-4p

App Adventures: T he Next Level Continue your quest to make the next viral app! Whether you want to move past the basic techniques learned in App Attack or want to jump right in, we are ready for you! Students will choose from a selection of different web-based (HTML5) mobile apps and explore more in-depth programming concepts. Student projects will be accessible on a Black Rocket site and can be played on any mobile device or computer. Publishing to App Stores not included. No prior experience is necessary and students do not need to own a smartphone or tablet to take the class. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Instructor: Deborah Holden 105 Van Dusen Hall $149 Ages 11-14 2031 Aug 7-10 M-TH 9a-noon Ages 8-10 2032 Aug 7-10 M-TH 1-4p

In the Kitchen Let's Have a Pizza Party

How Sweet It Is

Bring your favorite adult and spend some quality time together in the kitchen learning how to make your own dough (or use one from the store) to build your own creative pizza with Chef Fiona. Choose your favorite toppings, shapes, and sizes. ages 10-14 plus an adult Instructor: Chef Fiona McKenzie Russell Dining Room, Little Hall $44 each for adult and child 2003 Jun 13 T 11:00a-1:30p

What’s more fun than creating delicious desserts in the kitchen with your favorite adult? Think of your favorite sweets, sprinkles and toppings and join Chef Fiona in the SCC Culinary Lab to learn a few fun, creative, and easy desserts you can make at home. Bring your sweet tooth and your favorite adult for this class. Ages 10-14 plus an adult Instructor: Chef Fiona McKenzie Russell Dining Room, Little Hall $44 each for adult and child 2004 Jun 22 Th 11:00a-1:30p

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friends. To access their project at home students, must own a PC/MAC version of Minecraft. Tablet, phone, and game console versions of Minecraft are not compatible. Parent email address is required to use 3D modeling software. Students will work in pairs or teams for most of the program. Instructor: Jennifer Patterson 105 Van Dusen Hall $134 Ages 8-10 2021 Jun 26-29 M-TH 9-noon Ages 11-14 2022 Jun 26-29 M-TH 1-4p


HEALTH CARE OCCUPATIONS EKG Technician Learn the required skills to become a certified EKG Technician and work in a variety of healthcare settings. Topics include cardiac anatomy and physiology, cardiac cycle, EKG strip analysis, 12 lead EKG, and EKG procedures. CEU: 9.6 $185.00+text Pinehurst Campus 104 Van Dusen Hall Instructor: Amber Marley 2306 May 22- Aug 7 MWTH 6-9:00pm No class July 3 Sandhills Hoke Center 109 Johnson Hall Instructor: Cathy Hester 2307 May 18- Aug 10 TTH

5-9:00pm

Geriatric Nurse Aide

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CAREER

Training careertraining.sandhills.edu

Registration for Continuing Education Career Training classes is on-going — ­ classes begin throughout the semester. Call today. Seats are limited! (910) 695-3980

The Continuing Education Career Training program is a perfect local resource for adult learners who want to improve workplace skills, achieve job certification or recertification, improve employment marketability or explore new opportunities. Career Training courses meet the criteria for Continuing Education Units (CEUs). All Career Training courses are Lifelong Learning Institute eligible. For additional information, contact Lori Degre at (910) 695-3939 or degrel@sandhills.edu.

This course is designed to provide advanced training for the Nurse Aide I. The course curriculum is focused on geriatric care with an emphasis on person-centered care concepts, hydration, nutrition, mental health, dementia, behavioral challenges, pain management, palliative care and stress management. Upon completion, students are eligible for listing as a geriatric nurse aide with the North Carolina Nurse Aide Registry. Note: To be enrolled in this course, a student must show proof that they are currently listed on the Nurse Aide Registry and that they completed an approved nurse aide training program. Please contact Jenell Powell at 695-3965 for program information and to put your name on a list for a Fall 2017 class.

Nurse Aide, Level 1 This state-certified program will prepare students for work under the supervision of licensed healthcare professionals in performing hands-on patient care. The course includes preparation for the State Board examination for NC NA Registry listing. Please contact Jenell Powell at 695-3965 for program information. CEU: 20.4 $205.50+course pack

St. Joseph of the Pines E4 Pine Knoll Instructor: Dorothy McFadden 2310 May 23-July 27 MTWTH 8:30am-2pm Lab 2-4pm Clinical 7:30am-1:30pm


Career Training Sandhills Hoke Center 129 Upchurch Hall Instructor: Sharon Parter 2311 May 23-July 27 Lab Clinical

prior to the start date of the class. New classes start each month. Go to www. ed2go.com/sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

Pinehurst Campus 107 Van Dusen Hall Instructor: Jenell Powell 2313 May 15 - 19 M-F

This course, taught by a practicing veterinarian and college instructor, will give you the information you need to prepare for work in veterinary hospitals. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. New classes start each month. Go to www.ed2go.com/ sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

MEDICAL ONLINE

8am-4:30pm

Pharmacy Technician This course is designed to prepare students for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam and for entry-level employment. Topics include technical procedures for preparing and dispensing prescriptions, packaging and labeling, controlled substance procedures, inventory control, pharmacy calculations, and over-thecounter drugs. Upon completion, students will be able to perform basic supervised dispensing techniques in a community pharmacy setting. CEU: 11.25 $185.00+texts Pinehurst Campus 211 Van Dusen Hall Instructor: Kim Kremer, Pharm-D, B.S. Chemistry 2317 May 16-Aug 10 TTH 5-9:30pm

Phlebotomy Technician & Clinical Rotation Learn the skills necessary to draw blood specimens in various healthcare settings and blood donation centers. Topics include venipuncture, specimen handling, recordkeeping, and the healthcare profession. A Work Keys Reading for Information test, drug screening, background check, and

Explore a Career as an Administrative Medical Assistant

Learn all about the in-demand career of medical information management as you explore the job of an administrative medical assistant (AMA)--from appointment scheduling and chart creation to medical billing and coding. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. New classes start each month. Go to www.ed2go.com/ sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach Prepare for a career in the health services industry by learning medical terminology in a memorable and enjoyable fashion. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. New classes start each month. Go to www.ed2go.com/ sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

Medical Coding Learn how to use the CPT manual and the ICD-10 CM to find medical codes for any disease, condition, treatment or surgical procedure. Two textbooks will be required for this class and will need to be purchased

Spanish for Medical Professionals Learn medical Spanish quickly and easily, improving your basic conversational skills and mastering key healthcare words and phrases. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. New classes start each month. Go to www. ed2go.com/sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

VETERINARY ASSISTANT ONLINE Become a Veterinary Assistant I

Become a Veterinary Assistant II - Canine Reproduction This course is the definitive guide to the principles of sound dog breeding. If you’re a veterinary assistant or preparing to become one, this course will help you understand the essential facts so you can knowledgeably converse with clients on the complexities of canine reproduction. New classes start each month. Go to www. ed2go.com/sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

Become a Veterinary Assistant III -- Practical Skills Learn the practical skills you’ll need to be a valuable veterinary assistant or educated pet owner. Taught by a practicing veterinarian, this course is the third installment in our “Become a Veterinary Assistant” series. New classes start each month. Go to www.ed2go.com/sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGIES Auto Safety Inspection Successful completion of this course will certify students to inspect motor vehicles under the NC Motor Vehicles Safety Inspection Law. Prerequisite: valid driver’s license. CEU: 0.8 $75.00 Pinehurst Campus 102 Sirotek Hall Instructor: Wes Little 2323 May 9 & 11 2324 June 13 & 15 2325 July 11 & 13 2326 Aug 8 & 10

TTH TTH TTH TTH

6-10pm 6-10pm 6-10pm 6-10pm

OBD Emissions Control Inspection Successful completion of this course will certify students to inspect motor vehicles under the NC Motor Vehicles OBD Emissions Control Inspection Law. Prerequisite: Certified Auto Safety Inspection. This is also the Recertification class. CEU: 0.8 $75.00 Pinehurst Campus 102 Sirotek Hall Instructor: Wes Little 2327 May 16 & 18 2328 June 20 & 22 2329 July 18 & 20 3330 Aug 15 & 17

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current immunizations are required for registration. Please email degrel@sandhills.edu for a MTWTH complete list of program requirements. CEU: 22.00 8:30am-2pm $205.50+text 2-4pm 7:30am-1:30pm Pinehurst Campus 104 Van Dusen Hall Instructor: Lavita Crichlow 3321 Aug 17-Dec 14 TTH 6-9pm Nurse Aide, Level 1 Clinical M-F 8am-4:30pm Refresher 3 SA 9am-3pm Individuals who have successfully Sandhills Hoke Center completed a state-approved training 109 Johnson Hall program and have been on the registry Instructor: Rachel Hall, CPT are eligible to take this class. You are 2322 May 17-Aug 10 MWTH 6-9pm ineligible if you have been off the registry Clinical M-F 8am-4:30pm for more than 4 years. Also eligible are 3 SA 9am-3pm those currently listed on the Nurse Aide I No class week of July 4 Registry, having successfully completed a state-approved training program; those 3322 Aug 21-Dec 13 MW 6-9pm holding a state recognized health care Clinical M-F 8am-4:30pm credential from any state; and military 4 SA 9am-3pm personnel who have had medical/ corpsman training. Please contact Jenell Powell at 695-3965 for enrollment approval. CEU: 4.0 $130.00


Career Training

BANKING Bank Teller Training

MAKE IT HAPPEN

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Have you ever signed up for a class only to be later told it is canceled? Have you discovered a friend who wanted to take the same class, but did not register? Here are some ways to make sure the classes you want to take happen.   • Register early, don’t delay. Each class has a minimum enrollment. Once that number is reached, the class will be taught. If not met, we must cancel it. • Invite a friend. If you find a class you like, encourage someone to join you.  Sometimes two or three people make the difference between whether the class happens or not.

Designed for those interested in becoming a bank teller, this course will include an introduction to banking operations, handling cash, balancing operations, customer relations, and security procedures. Upon successful completion of the course, students are guaranteed an interview with a local bank. CEU: 3.6 $130.00+text Pinehurst Campus 206 Van Dusen Hall Instructor: Serena Gonzalez 2334 May 16-June 22 TTH

6-9pm

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY Alarm Security Technician This course introduces the operation and skill standards for the alarm industry. Topics focus on the installation, programming, maintenance and repair of alarm system wiring and equipment per applicable code, implementation of logical testing procedure for identifying system faults, and understanding general building construction. Upon completion you will have the knowledge to sit for a national certification exam as an Alarm Security Technician. Clean criminal background required to work in this field. CEU: 13.4 $185.00

Sandhills Hoke Center 108 Johnson Hall 2340 July 18 & 20

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5:30-9pm

Pinehurst Campus 202 Van Dusen Hall 2341 Aug 8 & 10

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5:30-9pm

Real Estate Pre-Licensing This course provides an intensive review of topics and is designed to prepare the student for the sales and broker licensing examination. Topics covered include real estate terms, contracts, leases, ownership, licensing law, finance, listing and closing of property, property valuation, and building construction. Prerequisite: Work Keys Reading and Math, Level 5 or higher or verification of a postsecondary degree CEU: 7.5 $185.00+text Pinehurst Campus 211 Van Dusen Hall Instructor: Allan Nanney, CDPE, GRI, SCP, SFR 3342 Sept 13-Dec 11 MW 6-9pm

BUSINESS OFFICE ONLINE Accounting Fundamentals I & II

Gain a marketable new skill by learning the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, financial reporting, and more. This six-week class Pinehurst Campus is entirely online with all course materials 116 Van Dusen Hall included. New classes start each month. Go Instructor: Allen Kelly 3337 Aug 3- Dec 7 TTH 6-9pm to www.ed2go.com/sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 1 Full Day at an Alarm Expo TBD $75.00 Dec 9 & 10 SSU 8am-5pm

Introduction to QuickBooks

Notary Public A notary public is officially authorized to witness signatures on legal documents, collect sworn statements, and administer oaths. Participants must have a high school diploma or GED and no felony convictions. CEU: 0.7 Instructor: Ron Utley $75.00+text Sandhills Hoke Center 108 Johnson Hall 2338 May 16 & 18 Pinehurst Campus 202 Van Dusen Hall 2339 June 13 & 15

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Learn how to quickly and efficiently gain control of the financial aspects of your business with this powerful accounting software program. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. New classes start each month. Go to www.ed2go.com/sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

Microsoft Word Knowing how to write reports and letters using Microsoft Word is a basic skill needed in nearly any job. This powerful word-processing program lets you professionally type, edit, format, spell

check, and print documents. New classes start each month. Go to www.ed2go.com/ sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

Microsoft Excel Do you work with numbers? Then you need to master Microsoft Excel and this is the place to do it. These lessons will teach you dozens of shortcuts and tricks for setting up fully formatted worksheets quickly and efficiently. New classes start each month. Go to www.ed2go.com/ sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

Microsoft Publisher In this course, you’ll learn to use Microsoft Publisher to create impressive publications. It’s perfect for beginners who want to learn how to produce professionalquality newsletters, fliers, letterheads, and brochures. New classes start each month. Go to www.ed2go.com/sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

EDUCATION FOR TEACHERS ONLINE Teaching Science: Grades 4-6 Increase your effectiveness as a science teacher for children in fourth through sixth grades. New classes start each month. Go to www.ed2go.com/sandhills to enroll CEU: 2.4 $75.00

Teaching Math: Grades 4-6 Reinvent math instruction for grades 4-6 by bringing hands-on learning, inexpensive manipulatives, and real-world connections into your classroom. New classes start each month. Go to www. ed2go.com/sandhills to enroll CEU: 2.4 $75.00

Guided Reading and Writing: Strategies for Maximum Student Achievement Get the professional development training you need to improve student literacy as an


accomplished teacher shares the secrets of turning guided reading strategies into opportunities for teaching writing. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. New classes start each month. Go to www.ed2go.com/ sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

Singapore Math: Model Drawing Grades 1-6 or Grades 6-9 In this professional development course for teachers, you’ll get the training you need to start teaching model drawing, the powerful Singapore Math strategy that gives word problems a visual context. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. New classes start each month. Go to www.ed2go.com/ sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

Today we teach children with highfunctioning autism and Asperger’s Syndrome right alongside their neurotypical peers. Reaching and teaching these students requires a delicate balancing act: understanding how their brains are wired, helping them turn challenges into opportunities, and learning to enjoy the rich perspective they bring to the classroom. This six-week class is entirely online with all course materials included. New classes start each month. Go to www. ed2go.com/sandhills to enroll. CEU: 2.4 $75.00

Registration for Continuing Education Career Training classes is on-going — ­ classes begin throughout the semester. Call today. Seats are limited! (910) 695-3980

Bartending Learn the basics of bartending as a profession or for home use in only four Saturdays. Topics include popular mixed drinks, wine, utensils, glassware, fruit cutting, bar procedures, and ABC laws. CEU: 2.4 $75.00 Pinehurst Campus Clement Dining Room Dempsey Center Instructor: Tyrone Thomas 2347 June 3-24 SA 9am-3pm

ServSafe® Food Safety and Sanitation Learn the basics of food handling safety and facility sanitation requirements. This course is recommended for all food service facilities, including supervisory personnel, culinary professionals, and food service staff. CEU: 1.4 $75.00+text Pinehurst Campus 202 Van Dusen Hall Instructor: Karen Cusano 2349 July 10, 11, 17 & 18

Industrial Sewing Class Begins in May

Instruction on the basic principles and practices of industrial sewing. Emphasis is placed on machine operation, setup and maintenance, threading, sewing straight lines and corners.

Fork Lift Operator Class Begins in July

Successfully completing this course will help you earn the fork lift operator’s license. Class prerequisite is prior fork lift experience.

HVAC Heating & Air Conditioning Class Begins in August

Designed to provide you with the skills necessary to become employed as a heating & air conditioning technician.

Please call 910-695-3980 if interested.

MT 5:30-9pm

HUMAN SERVICES Income Maintenance Caseworker

This course goes deeper into the information and strategies necessary to develop a clear understanding of the knowledge required to be successful within an entry-level position in the field of human services. Prerequisite: Intro. to Human Services. CEU: 4.8 $130.00 Pinehurst Campus Instructor: Alfreda Alston 2354 May 9-Jun 29 TTH 108 Logan Hall 3353 July 18-Sept 14 TTH 105 Van Dusen Hall 3354 Sept 5- Oct 26 TTH TBD

6-9pm 2-5pm 6-9pm

Customized Training Courses The Sandhills Community College Continuing Education team can customize any course to meet your specific industry need, provide resources to assist in developing new training initiatives, or to maintain and support current efforts. Courses can be held at convenient times for you and your staff at any SCC location, your business, or other convenient locations. Business and Career Training: Lori Degre at degrel@sandhills.edu, (910) 695-3939 Industrial and Technical Classes: Ronnie Patton at pattonr@sandhills.edu, (910)695-3925

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Teaching Students with Autism: Strategies for Success

HOSPITALITY & FOOD SERVICE


ADVANCED

Manufacturing advancedmanufacturing.sandhills.edu

The Advanced Manufacturing Program offers high-tech, in-demand career training through state-of-the-art equipment designed to meet the growing demand for skilled workers. Through partnerships with local employers, the Advanced Manufacturing Program aligns class offerings and curriculum to provide employers a pipeline of skilled workers with job-specific skills. Classes prepare students to achieve national certifications from institutes such as the National Center for Construction Education Research (NCCER), Manufacturers’ Skills Standards Council (MSSC), Electronic Technicians’ Association (ETA), and the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS). Class content focuses on safety and fundamental job skills to prepare students for gainful employment. Job placement assistance and career coaching is offered to students who successfully complete the course.

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Opportunities are also available for high school students. Please see your guidance counselor for more information regarding the high school track. For more information, contact Belinda McFerrin at (910) 246-4117 or mcferrinb@sandhills.edu.

Classes are held at the Palmer Advanced Manufacturing Center on the Pinehurst Campus and at the Hoke Center in Raeford.

Advanced Manufacturing Education at SCC is made possible in part due to the generous contributions of these supporters:

Basic Electronics The Basic Electronics class is the first course of a series of three classes to attain a local SCC Automated Technology Certificate. This class offers training according to ETA competencies in basic AC principles, DC principals and application, digital concepts, and fundamental electronic applications. Upon successful completion, you will be able to sit for ETA certification assessments and take the next course in the Automated Technology Program, Programmable Logic Controls. $185+ETA certification fees+text Sandhills Hoke Center TBA Instructor: Steven Fisk 2440 July 10-Jan 29

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6-9pm

Basic Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) The Basic PLC course is the second course of three classes in the SCC Automated Technology Certificate program. This class explains how a programmable logic control system operates (PLC), will help you understand basic logic operations, create a PLC program, design complex logic operations, master storage function applications, understand and implement the principal of program flow control, carry out analog processing, and solve complex text assignments. Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of control engineering (basic logical operations, flipflops, timers, counters, process control, function plans). Basic knowledge of programming with RSLogix 5000 Rockwell Programming Software. $185+text Sandhills Hoke Center Steven Fisk Instructor: Stephen Fisk 1445 Sept 19-Feb 1 TTH  

6-9pm


Advanced Manufacturing Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) Programming and Troubleshooting

Mechanical Power Transmission Fundamentals Level 1

This class will teach you how to create a PLC program, design complex logic operations, master storage function applications, understand and implement the principal of program flow control, carry out analog processing, solve complex text assignments, and troubleshoot programming failures. Prerequisites: Basic Programmable Logic Controls (PLC). $185+text Sandhills Hoke Center Johnson Hall 102 Instructor: Stephen Fisk 3449 May 16-Sept 5 TTH

6-9pm

Basic Machining

Pinehurst Campus Palmer Advanced Manufacturing Center Instructor: Aaron Lewis 3444 Apr 25- Oct 12 TTH 6-9pm

CNC Machining Skilled CNC machinists are in demand, and employment opportunities are possible for you in numerous industries. The CNC Machining program can provide the training and skills you need to start a great career operating stateof-the-industry equipment for creating and precision parts. After successful completion of this course, you will have a basic knowledge of Numerical Control and Computerized Numerical Control (NC) and (CNC) machine tools. Prerequisite: Basic Machining Required textbook: CNC Control Setup for Milling and Turning: 1st Edition $185+text Pinehurst Campus Palmer Advanced Manufacturing Center Instructor: Jesse Burr 3446 Apr 24-Oct 16 MW 6-9pm

Sandhills Hoke Center Johnson 107 & LC #7 Instructor: James Marks 2447 Spring 2018 MW

Alarm Security Technician

Using the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curriculum, you will learn the theory and practice of the electrical trade. Offered in partnership with the Sandhills Association of Electrical Contractors, this program is taught by NCCER-certified trainers and overseen by a master NCCER trainer. After successful completion of each level, you are qualified to receive the level-appropriate NCCER Electrician Certification, inclusion on the NCCER National Registry for electricians, and can move on to the next level if desired. Each level builds upon the skills, training, and competencies acquired through completion of each prior level.

This course introduces the operation and skill standards for the alarm industry. Topics focus on the installation, programming, maintenance and repair of alarm system wiring and equipment per applicable code, implementation of logical testing procedure for identifying system faults, and understanding general building construction. Upon completion, you will have the knowledge to sit for a national certification exam as an Alarm Security Technician. Clean criminal background required to work in this field. CEU: 13.4 $185.00

Pinehurst Campus

6-9pm

NCCER Welding The Welding Program is based on the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curriculum. Level 1 is designed to train you for the mastery of basic welding skills and techniques including safety, metal cutting and fitting, and welding skills using generally recognized industry processes. Level 2 builds upon content learned in Level 1 and adds physical and mechanical properties of metal, flux cored arc welding, and interpreting detailed welding drawings. Upon successful completion of each level, you will earn the levelappropriate NCCER Welding Certification. Pinehurst Campus Palmer Advanced Manufacturing Center Instructor: Brett Dysart $185+$100 consumables fee + text Level 1 2441 Aug 15-May 15 2442 Aug 19-June 16

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6-9pm 9am-3pm

Level 2 2443 Aug 14-May 23

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6-9pm

Level 1 Logan Hall Instructor: Herb Hearne $185+text 1435 Sept 12-Apr 10 TTH

6-9pm

Levels 2 & 3 Palmer Advanced Manufacturing Center Instructor: David McCollum $185+$139.75 NCCER Connect 1436 Sept 12-Apr 10 TTH 6-9pm 1437 Sept 12-Apr 10 TTH 6-9pm

Certified Production (CPT) Technician Safety The Certified Production Technician (CPT) Safety class focuses on the safety requirements in advanced manufacturing. Topics include environmental safety, emergency drills, corrective actions for unsafe conditions, safety orientations, equipment safety, safe processes and procedures, safety and health requirements for maintenance and repair, and safe equipment and operator performance. You will qualify to sit for the MSSC national certification assessment to receive the MSSC Safety Certificate. This program is endorsed as a quality training program for potential entry-level employment by Unilever HPC in Raeford and Coty, Inc. in Sanford. $75+MSSC certification fees+text Sandhills Hoke Center LC 6 Instructor: TBA 3438 Aug 14-Sept 5

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6-9pm

Pinehurst Campus TBA Instructor: TBA 3439 Aug 14-Sept 5

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6-9pm

Pinehurst Campus 116 Van Dusen Hall Instructor: Allen Kelly 3337 Aug 3- Dec 7 TTH 6-9pm 1 Full Day at an Alarm Expo TBD Dec 9 & 10 SSU 8am-5pm

Fork Lift Operator Participants successfully completing this course will be eligible for the fork lift operator’s license. Pre-requisite: some prior fork lift experience Class to start as soon as July. Please call 910-695-3980 if you are interested.

HVAC: Heating & Air Conditioning This program is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to become employed as a heating & air conditioning technician. Class to start as soon as August. Please call 910-695-3980 if you are interested.

Industrial Sewing This course provides instruction on the basic principles of practices of industrial sewing. Emphasis is placed on machine operation, setup and maintenance, threading, sewing straight lines and corners. Class to start as soon as May. Please call 910-695-3980 if you are interested.

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Basic Machining is designed to help you meet entry-level requirements for onthe-job skills. The class will instruct you on the operation of drill presses, metalcutting saws, lathes, milling machines, and grinders. You will produce precision parts utilizing appropriate speeds, feeds, and tooling. By successfully competing the course, you should qualify to take NIMS Certification test. $185+Text

Designed to provide you with the necessary foundation content to understanding working with mechanical power transmissions, this class covers reading blueprints, industrial mathematics to linear motion, drilling speed calculations and more. Topics are instructor led with hands-on demonstrations and troubleshooting performed by the student. Upon successful completion, you should be able to identify and apply learning to all fundamental content and demonstrate safe, proper maintenance and troubleshooting procedures. $185+text

NCCER Electrical


ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS QuickBooks This course presents the fundamentals of the QuickBooks accounting application. Topics include employee file management, payroll, record keeping, and the treatment of various types of transactions. A flash drive 8GB or larger is required. Prerequisites: Windows operating system experience, knowledge of accountings principles, and using the Internet. Instructor: Susan Benefield 105 Van Dusen Hall $75 2081 June 5-July 19 MW 6-8pm No class the week of July 4.

WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM

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Windows 10 Level 1

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Whether you need a little byte of knowledge or a terabyte of advanced technology education, we have classes for you in Continuing Education. Course topics range from the most basic information for the absolute beginner to highly technical skills needed in the workplace. Whatever your stage in computer use, your classmates will be right there with you. Have fun, make new friends and learn how to use computers and computer software. For additional information, contact Lori Degre at 910-695-3939 or degrel@sandhills.edu.

This course covers how to navigate and use the new Windows 10 operating system. Topics include using Windows applications, computer terminology, how to use the Start Menu, and how to create, save, format, locate and print files. Students should have upgraded to Windows 10 or have a new computer with this operating system. Instructor: Phil Laton & Pete McLendon 105 Van Dusen Hall $75 2083 May 5-June 16 F 9-Noon 2084 June 6-July 20 TTH 6:30-8:30pm No class week of July 4

Windows 10 Level 2 After a quick review of Level 1, topics include using the Action Center and the all Settings screen, how to customize your Desktop and set up and use virtual desktops, creating folders for basic file management, and how to use File Explorer. A brief introduction to email and the Windows Store will be covered, as well as how to update Windows 10 and keep it safe. Prerequisite: Windows 10 Level 1 or prior experience. Instructor: Phil Laton 105 Van Dusen Hall $75 3085 July 14-Sept 1 F 9-Noon


Technology Training Windows 10 Level 3

COMPUTER SECURITY

PHOTOGRAPHY

This Level 3 class will quickly review the basics and continue with a deeper look into Windows 10. The Ribbon will be explored along with other applications. This class is designed to promote better productivity skills. Prerequisite: Windows 10 Level 2 or prior experience. Instructor: Phil Laton 105 Van Dusen Hall $75 3086 Sept 8-Oct 27 F 9-Noon

5 Essentials for Keeping Your Computer Safe

Getting to Know Your Digital Camera in a Day

The five essentials covered in this course will help you set up protective measures to keep the personal data on your computer safe. Topics covered are updating software, backing up your data using cloud-based storage, virus protection, and more. Instructor: Scott Zimmerman 106 Van Dusen Hall $75 2091 June 20-29 TTH 9-Noon

Is your digital camera stuck on auto? Having a hard time embracing the user manual? If so, this easy-going, handson workshop is for you! Enjoy a day at SCC as you learn how to use your digital camera and transform a dull snapshot into an artistic image. Lectures and lively discussions will be followed by fieldwork and friendly photo critiques. Instructor: Laura Gingerich 102 Van Dusen Hall $75.00 2102 July 7 F 9am - 4pm

Social Media Basics

Understanding the Exposure Triangle

APPLE MACINTOSH OPERATING SYSTEM & SOCIAL MEDIA IPAD OS X Sierra Level 2-Using Apps

iPad Basics Learn to maximize your productivity using many of the applications found on your iPad. Learn to set up your Contacts, use Mail for checking and sending email, Messages to text business associates or contacts, Calendar to set up appointments, Camera for taking photos and making videos, as well as Notes, Reminders, Safari, and others. Also included is downloading and installing apps from the App Store. Students must bring their iPad or iPhone to class with the latest operating system (iOS) installed. Instructor: Dave Bartlett 106 Van Dusen Hall $75 2089 June 26-Aug 9 MW 10am-Noon No class the week of July 4.

WEB DESIGN

Take your photography to the next level by understanding Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO. Students will learn how to shoot on manual mode in this easy-going, hands-on workshop. In addition, students will also learn the basics of composition and how to produce images with the “WOW!” factor. Instructor: Laura Gingerich 102 Van Dusen Hall $75.00 2103 July 14 F 9am-4pm

ONLINE TECHNOLOGY CLASSES Offered online at ed2go.com/sandhills. Classes begin every 6 weeks: May 17, June 14, July 12 and August 16. Most classes are only $75.

Creating a FREE Website

Learn to set up a free basic website for business or personal use. Students will choose from interesting templates and will combine personal creativity along with pictures, links and content information for a finished, operational basic website. Students will also learn how to keep their website up-to-date. Prerequisites: Windows operating system experience and knowledge of using the Internet. Students must bring a flash drive to class with pre-loaded pictures for their website. A working email account is needed. Instructor: Scott Zimmerman 106 Van Dusen Hall $75 2098 June 6-July 20 TTH 1-3pm No class the week of July 4.

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Basic, Intermediate & Advanced CompTIA A+ Certification Prep Microsoft Excel, Word, Power Point & Access Computer Skills for the Workplace Keyboarding Blogging and Podcasting Google Analytics Achieving Top Search Engine Positions Python 3 Programming Game Development Visual Basic SQL Database programming Creating Web Pages WordPress Websites Photoshop Networking Understanding the Cloud PC Security

Excel Level 1 Excel is Microsoft’s business oriented spreadsheet application. This course introduces spreadsheet creation, formatting, moving and copying data, working with formulas and how to make charts. Instructor: Christine Payne 106 Van Dusen Hall $75+text 2076 May 30 & June 1 TTH 9am-Noon

Word Level 1 This course provides basic concepts and skills to be productive with using Microsoft Word. Learn how to use the tools on the ribbon, how to create and save files, how to format characters and paragraphs, make lists, use tabs, headers and footers, templates, and more. Instructor: Christine Payne 106 Van Dusen Hall $75+text 2077 June 6 & 8 TTH 9am-Noon

Power Point Level 1 Power point provides users with an interface to design multimedia slides to be displayed on a projection system or personal computer. The software incorporates images, sounds, videos, text, and charts to create an interactive presentation. Instructor: Christine Payne 106 Van Dusen Hall $75+text 2079 June 13 & 15 TTH 9am-Noon

Registration for Continuing Education Technology classes is on-going ­— classes begin throughout the semester. Call today. Seats are limited! (910) 695-3980

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This course briefly reviews the use of the operating system and Finder. Topics also include the use of many applications that are found on the Apple Macintosh computer. Understanding and navigating these apps makes the computer a more productive tool. Instructor: David Bartlett 106 Van Dusen Hall $75 2088 May 17-June 21 MW 10am-Noon

Join this hands-on course that will put you in the driver’s seat of your social media campaign. Learn the importance of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and more. It’s time to understand the potential for growing your business, expanding your customer base, and making more money through social media marketing. Feel free to bring your laptop or iPad to class. This course is open to anyone, a small business owner, employee, or anyone having an interest in expanding their social media knowledge. Prerequisite: a good working knowledge of using the Internet. Instructor: Scott Zimmerman 106 Van Dusen Hall $75 2096 July 11-Aug 3 TTH 9-Noon

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Accounting & Finance Accounting Fundamentals Microsoft Excel Money Management Personal Finance Quick Books Stocks, Bonds & Investing

Business

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Log on, sign up and begin at www.ed2go.com/sandhills With ed2go we provide the highest-quality Online continuing education courses for adults that are affordable and easy to use. As a virtual Online college, our instructor-led Online courses are taught by top professionals in their field. Whether you’re looking for professional development or personal enrichment, these six-week Online courses are the perfect way to learn a new skill or enhance your existing ones. You’ll spend roughly two to four hours each week completing two engaging lessons in an enjoyable, interactive learning environment. Expert instructors develop and lead every course, and you’ll be able to interact with them and with fellow students in lively Online discussion areas.

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College Readiness

New sessions start every month, so you can sign up anytime. Upon completing a course with a passing score, you’ll get an award of completion. For additional information, contact Lori Degre at (910) 695-3939 or degrel@sandhills.edu.

Ed2Go Online Courses are only $75 each unless otherwise indicated.

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Infectious Diseases and Infection Control $78 Perinatal Issues $100 Violence Prevention and Awareness $78 Brain Health $75 End of Life Care $175 Energy Medicine $60 Food Nutrition & Health $96 Gerontology $175 Global Healing Systems $78 Healthy Aging $ 65 Holistic & Integrative Health $350 Integrative Mental Health $135 Legal and Ethical Issues $72 Meditation $75 Natural Health & Healing $75 Pain Assessment and Management $150 Spirituality, Health and Healing $175 Stress Management $84 Violence Prevention and Awareness $78

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Ed2Go Online courses begin on select Wednesdays of each month: May 17, June 14, July 12 and August 16.

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Personal Interest Digital Photography Digital Scrapbooking Drawing Genealogy Interior Design Job Searching Low Fat Meals Marriage & Relationships Nutrition & Weight Loss Personal Finance Wow, What a Great Event!

Teaching & Education Content Literacy Grades 6-12 Common Core Standards for English Language Arts K-5 Differentiating K-12 Assessments Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom Guided Reading & Writing Integrating Technology in the Classroom Response to Intervention: Reading Strategies that Work Singapore Math Solving Classroom Discipline Problems Spanish in the Classroom Teaching Adult Learners

Blogging & Podcasting CompTIA Security Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5 Creating Web Pages Database Development Intro to Java Programming Intro to Light room CC Intro to Python 3 Programming Intro to PC Security Intro to Visual Basic LPI Linux Essentials Mac, IPhone & IPAD Microsoft Applications PC Trouble shooting Photoshop Programming Windows 7 & 8 & 10

Writing & Publishing Beginners Guide to Getting Published Beginning Writers Workshop Business Writing Craft of Magazine Writing Grant Writing Intro to Internet Writing Markets Keys to Effective Writing Publish & Sell Your EBooks Resume Writing Workshop Technical Writing Travel Writing Write Your Life Story Writing Essentials

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Designing Websites Digital Photography Game Development Graphic Design Photoshop

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Teaching Learning Disabled Students Teaching Math Grades 4-6 Teaching Science Grades 4-6 Teaching Smarter with Smart Boards Teaching Students with ADHD Teaching Students with Autism Teaching Writing Grades K-3


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Benefits of Online Career Training ONLINE CERTIFICATE COURSES With our ed2go Career Training programs, you can prepare for a nationally recognized certification in as little as six months. Our instructor-led programs will meet the needs of your busy lifestyle with an entirely online venue, self-paced programs and 24/7 access. These programs are designed to provide the workforce skills necessary for you to enter a new career field or advance your current career. Military tuition assistance, student loans and government funding may be available. For complete information, go to: http://www.ed2go.com/career/financial-assistance. We offer more than 100 courses. Visit http://careertraining.ed2go.com/sandhillscc/ to view course descriptions, tuition and registration information, or contact Lori Degre at 910-695-3939 or degrel@ sandhills.edu.

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Arts and Design Online graphic design and web design programs make it easy for you to learn new skills or transition to a new career. Offers courses in Animation, Graphic Arts, and Web Design. 9 Programs

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Computer Applications Whether you want to earn Microsoft certifications, learn QuickBooks, or even Photoshop, these Online training programs can help you achieve your goals. 36 Programs

Computer Programming Prepare for a career in software development or web development with Online programming courses and programs. Programs include sought after programming languages like Java, C#, and HTML5. 11 Programs

Construction and Trades The convenience of Online construction training allows you to learn new concepts and skills at your own pace and in the comfort of your own home. Classes include Home Inspection Certificate, Principles of Green Buildings, Environmental and Energy classes, and Certified Indoor Air Quality Manager. 8 Programs

Health and Fitness Certificate programs in Administrative Medical Assistant, Certified Electronic Heath Records Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer, Medical Billing & Coding + Medical Terminology, Pharmacy Technician, Administrative Dental Assistant, Physical Therapy Aide and other popular fields. 29 Programs

Hospitality Making a career out of helping others can be incredibly rewarding. Whether you want to be a travel agent, a wedding planner, or even a pastry artist these Online hospitality training programs can help you get started. 5 Programs

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Information Technology Start your career in IT with foundational understanding of the industry. If you’re an advanced professional, prepare for in-demand IT certifications to advance your career. Classes offered in Cloud computing, Networking, Security and many others. 57 Programs

Language Take your love for languages and turn it into a career with our Online training programs. The Professional Translator program prepares you to translate documents into English and into Spanish. It also prepares you to sit for the American Translators Association (ATA) certification exam. 1 Program

Legal Did you know you can earn your paralegal certificate Online? You can also become a Certified Mediator and Arbitrator. Each of these Online training programs enables you to prepare for various legal careers. Classes offered: Certified Family Mediator, Certified Healthcare and Eldercare Mediator, Certified Mediator and Restorative Justice Practitioner, Legal Secretary, Paralegal, and more. 9 Programs


PUBLIC

Safety

In March, local emergency medical services, fire personnel and law enforcement professionals participated in an Active Shooter Training Exercise on the SCC campus. “This training was invaluable to pinpoint strengths and weaknesses of interdepartmental agencies working cohesively to address an emergency situation,” said Dwight Threet, Chief of SCC Police. Pictured is Lieutenant Tim Cameron of the Moore County Sheriff’s Office instructing officers from various agencies on techniques used in the scenarios.

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The Public Safety Department works in partnership with multiple accrediting agencies to provide training, certification and recertification, and specialty programs to meet the needs of local public safety agencies. Whether you are a student seeking a career as a firefighter or a seasoned veteran needing your annual recertification, the Public Safety Department has ongoing course offerings to meet your needs. Recognized as an Office of State Fire Marshall (OSFM) Accredited Delivery Agency to meet all state and local training standards. For additional information, contact Denise Cameron at (910) 695-3944 or camerond@sandhills.edu or Michelle Bauer at (910) 695-3774 or bauerm@sandhills.edu.

Firefighter certification classes are offered throughout semester on nights and weekends. Material(s): varies per class $75 (waived for qualified students) Larry R. Caddell Public Safety Training Center 333 Niagara-Carthage Road, Carthage

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Sprinklers Building Construction Rescue Emergency Medical Care Fire Life Safety Preparedness Loss Control Health & Wellness Mayday Safety & Survival

HEALTH & MEDICAL SERVICES

Detention Officer Certification Course

EMT-Basic

This class is offered under guidelines and requirements as set forth by North Carolina Sheriff’s Education and Training Standards Commission. Trainees must successfully complete 22 blocks of instruction and pass State administered exam as well as demonstrate competency in all skill areas in order to be eligible for certification as a detention officer. Lecture, demonstrations and practical exercises are primary methods of instruction. Contact Denise Cameron for registration information at camerond@sandhills. edu or 910-695-3944. Prerequisites: High School diploma or equivalent. 18 CEUs $180 + $5 tech fee Rick Rhyne Public Safety Center Instructor: Bill Flint 3842 Oct -Dec M-F 8am-5pm

Blue Lives Matter

SCC Fire Academy Train for a Career as a Firefighter Free Tuition for Current Volunteer Firefighters

Academy Begins July 12 Certifications: Firefighter I/II, Hazardous Materials Level I Responder, Technical Rescuer. Program incorporates EMT-Basic and prepares students to sit for the state certification exam. Monday-Thursday 8:30-5, Fridays 8:30-4, $75-$185 (waived for qualified students), $180 uniform fee + $2.50 insurance, 64 CEUs Application packets available at fireacademy.sandhills.edu or in the Continuing Education offices in Van Dusen Hall. For more information contact Michelle Bauer at (910) 695-3774 or bauerm@ sandhills.edu.

This class provides law enforcement officers additional training to stay safe while on patrol. For more information about class offerings and registration process contact: Denise Cameron at 910-695-3944 or camerond@sandhills.edu.

Radar / Lidar / Re-Cert R/L Re-Cert Basic Lidar Basic Radar

June 21-23 Jul 5-7 Call for Date

This class prepares students to provide emergency care for the sick and injured. Students will learn to respond to a variety of emergency medical situations. Upon successful completion, the student can sit for the state certification exam. Course requirements: Text and a copy of your high school or GED diploma by first night of class. Note: Class will meet on some Thursdays and Saturdays. 17 CEUs $180 + $5 tech fee Instructor: Linda Sheffield Pinehurst Campus 166 Causey Hall 3721 Aug 15-Dec 12

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Sandhills Hoke Center 3722 Aug 12-Dec 16

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Larry R Caddell Public Safety Training Center 2723 Aug 3-Nov 17 THF 8:30am-4pm

CPR for Healthcare Providers This course is for healthcare professionals who need to know how to perform CPR, as well as other lifesaving skills, in a wide variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings. Prerequisite(s): None Material(s): None 0.4 CEUs $50+$6 card fee Pinehurst Campus 165 Causey Hall 2721 May 20 S 2722 May 30 T 2723 Jun 10 S 2724 Jun 22 Th 2725 Jun 29 Th 2726 Jul 8 S 2727 Jul 22 Th

8:30am-12:30pm 6:00pm-10:00pm 8:30am-12:30pm 6:00pm-10:00pm 6:00pm-10:00pm 8:30am-12:30pm 6:00pm-10:00pm

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Firefighter Certification Classes

LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING


The Career Development Program at Sandhills Community College is a workforce development program that provides skills assessment services, employability skills training, and career development counseling to individuals in transition and the emerging workforce. Our goal is to assist students in assessing their interests, personality traits, and abilities, in setting career and/or educational goals, and in creating a pathway that will lead to economic, social, and educational success.

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Career Development classes are available to all and may be free for qualified students. Students may also be eligible for a Continuing Education scholarship. Contact Jenny Troyer at (910) 695-3926 or troyerj@sandhills.edu for more information.

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TECHNOLOGY Computer Basics for Employment Learn the computer skills you need to search for and apply for a job including networking, email etiquette, resumes, online applications, etc. These classes are small, with hands-on computer learning based on your individual needs and are for beginners or savvy computer users. Pinehurst Campus 153 Causey Hall Instructor: Mike Bowyer $185 (waived for qualified students) 2531 May 15-Jun 15 M-Th 8:30-11:30am 2535 Jul 17-Aug 10 M-Th 8:30-1130am

Moore County Public Library 101 Saunders Street, Carthage Call (910) 947-5335 for more information and to register. Instructor: Crystal Taylor $75 (waived for qualified students) 2500 May-Aug M 4-6pm S 1:30-3:30pm Vass Area Library 128 Seaboard Street, Vass Call (910) 245-2200 for more information and to register. Instructor: Mark Adkins $75 (waived for qualified students) 2491 May-Aug Th 2:30-4:30 pm S 10:30am-12:30pm

Robbins Area Library 161 Magnolia Drive, Robbins Call (910) 948-4000 for more information and to register. Instructor: Mark Adkins $75 (waived for qualified students) 2489 May-Aug T 5:30-7:30pm S 10am-Noon


Career Development

CAREER PLANNING & JOB SEEKING SKILLS

PERSONAL AND HOME CARE AIDE TRAINING

Career Exploration & Planning

Re-Employment Services Workshops

Introduction to Direct Care Work-Phase 1

Explore career opportunities, set goals, and visualize improvements needed to reach your potential. Develop a written plan of action.

Discover a career that matches your skills or develop a training plan to learn new skills, explore career opportunities, and develop a written plan of action. Create or update your résumé, customizing it for different jobs. Learn to sell yourself and stand out from other applicants in an interview. Learn to deal with the stress of long-term unemployment and how to use your age as an asset in your job search. Call Tennille at (910) 944-7697 for more information and to register.

Introduces you to direct care work (DCW) settings, what it takes to be a Direct Care Worker, how to get and keep a job, and other interpersonal skills training. Helps you decide if DCW is for you. Completers will receive CPR certification. Instructor: Denise Goins $75 (waived for qualified students) $7 CPR Certification

Pinehurst Campus 153 Causey Hall Instructor: Mike Bowyer $75 (waived for qualified students) 2532 Jun 19-29 M-Th 8:30-11:30am

How to Interview with Confidence Learn to sell yourself and stand out from the crowd. You will receive tips for the interview: what to say, how to say it, and the ten questions that will make or break your interview. You will have the opportunity to participate in a mock interview.

How to Write a Dynamic Résumé Learn marketing and branding techniques to make your résumé stand above the competition. Learn to use key words to get your résumé noticed on the internet. Pinehurst Campus 153 Causey Hall Instructor: Mike Bowyer $75 (waived for qualified students) 2533 Jul 3-6 M-Th 8:30-11:30am

12:30-3:30pm

Sandhills Hoke Center 118 Johnson Hall 1110 East Central Avenue, Raeford 2513 May 16-25 TTh 12:30-3:30 pm

Key Train Computer Skills

Introduction to Human Services: Income Maintenance Worker Introduces you to a career in Human Services as an Income Maintenance Worker at the Department of Social Services and provides knowledge required to be successful in an entry-level position. WorkKeys assessments are administered in this class and are a prerequisite for Phase II of this program - Human Services Certificate (see Career Training section). Pinehurst Campus 124 Logan Hall Instructors: Alfreda Alston and Jane Drzewicki $130 (waived for qualified students) $45 assessment fee 2540 May 16-Jul 13 TTh 2-5pm 2541 Jul 6-Aug 31 TTh 6-9pm

Learn computer basics and use the Key Train software to prepare for the Work Keys® Reading for Information Assessment (required for Phase 3 of this program - Nurse Aide Level I). Instructor: Denise Goins $75 (waived for qualified students) $15 assessment fee Pinehurst Campus 107 Palmer Trades Center 2511 May 31-Jun 7 MW 12:30-3:30pm

Build upon skills introduced in Phase I and progress to Include skills used in home management and personal care tasks using limited assistance. Completers will receive a Sandhills Community College certificate as a Personal and Home Care Companion. Instructor: Denise Goins $185 (waived for qualified students) Pinehurst Campus 106 Palmer Trades Center 2512 Jun 12-Aug 14 MW 12:30-3:30pm Sandhills Hoke Center 118 Johnson Hall 1110 East Central Avenue, Raeford 2515 Jun 8-Aug 10 TTh 12:30-3:30pm

Career Development classes are available at NO COST to eligible students. Continuing Education Scholarships are also available. Contact Jenny Troyer at (910) 695-3926 or troyerj@sandhills.edu for more information.

Sandhills Hoke Center 118 Johnson Hall 1110 East Central Avenue, Raeford 2514 May 30-Jun 6 TTh 12:30-3:30pm

Working Smart Soft Skills for Workplace Success The Only NC Soft Skill Credential Work and life skills that enhance employee productivity.

Self-Awareness • Self-Management * Work Ethics Communication Skills • Problem-Solving Skills For more information about this program, contact Jenny Troyer at troyerj@sandhills.edu or 910.695.3926.

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Pinehurst Campus 153 Causey Hall Instructor: Mike Bowyer $75 (waived for qualified students) 2534 Jul 10-13 M-Th 8:30-11:30am

NCWorks Career Center-Moore County 245 Shepherd Trail, Aberdeen Conference Room Instructor: Phil Laton $75 (waived for qualified students) Two sessions per month W 9-10:30am

Pinehurst Campus 106 Palmer Trades Center 2510 May 15-24 MW

Direct Care Basics-Phase 2


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ge and e l l o C All iness d a e R r Caree ses are Clas ! FREE

Orientation Two day or two night orientations are required. Day and night orientations offered monthly in both Moore and Hoke Counties. Students will be placed according to their ability. Call 910-695 3777 today to reserve your seat for orientation.

College and Career Readiness programs provide educational opportunities at no cost to adults who need a high school equivalency diploma or who need to improve their academic skills to function more effectively in life or on the job. Each program is designed to meet students’ unique learning needs. Classes are available during the day and evening hours at several convenient locations in Moore and Hoke counties. Various career pathway opportunities are available for CCR students who wish to accelerate their entry into the workplace. Career pathways include Personal and Home Care Assistant, Nurse Aide Level I, Electrical Apprentice, START Hospitality, and more.

COLLEGE & CAREER

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College & Career Readiness

Adult Basic Education (ABE)

Adult High School Diploma (AHS)

We offer ABE classes for the Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced adult learners to help them improve reading, writing, math, spelling, and language skills to fulfill educational and/or vocational goals.

AHS provides academic courses to students working toward completing their high school diploma. Classes are offered in a lab setting and provide course work in English, mathematics, social studies, science, and electives. Students are placed in courses based on previous high school transcripts and assessment scores.

Pinehurst

Sandhills Community College Van Dusen Hall Beginning Level ABE M-F 8am-2pm Intermediate and Advanced ABE M-Th 8am-2pm

Raeford

Sandhills Hoke Center Upchurch Hall Beginning Level ABE M-Th 8:30-2:30 Intermediate and Advanced ABE M-Th 8:30am-2:30pm

Designed for adults who did not complete a high school education or who wish to strengthen their skills before pursuing post-secondary education or employment. Sandhills Community College currently offers official GED® and HiSET® testing services.

HSE Online/Hybrid Classes Online students must qualify. Assessments and information provided at orientation. Students must attend one class per month to remain in program.

Pinehurst

Sandhills Community College Van Dusen Hall M-Th 8am- 2pm MW 6-9pm

Sandhills Community College Van Dusen Hall M-Th

8am-2pm

Raeford

Sandhills Hoke Center 1110 East Central Avenue Upchurch Hall M-Th 8:30am-2:30pm TTh 5:30 - 8:30pm

English Language Acquisition (ELA) For adults who have limited or no proficiency in the English language. For more information or to schedule an ELA orientation, contact Maria Campbell at (910)-695-3917.

Pinehurst

Sandhills Community College Causey Hall M-Th 8am-1:30pm MTTh 6-9pm

Robbins

James Garner Center for Community Education 2332 NC Highway 705 M-Th 8am-2pm TTh 6-9pm

Raeford

Sandhills Hoke Center 1110 East Central Avenue M-Th 8:30am-2pm TTh 6-9pm

Robbins

James Garner Center for Community Education 2332 NC Highway 705 M-Th 8am-2pm TTh 6-9pm

Raeford

Sandhills Hoke Center 1110 East Central Avenue Upchurch Hall M-Th 8:30am-2:30pm TTh 5:30-8:30pm

Math Sense is a free math course designed to help those seeking a college degree and individuals with a high school credential catch up on basic math skills. Check mathsense. sandhills.edu for orientation and class dates.

Learn & Earn

A high school diploma pays off. We offer FREE High School Equivalency Classes. 910-695-3980

Are You Struggling with English Basics? English Sense is a free English course designed to help those seeking a college degree and individuals with a high school credential catch up on basic English skills. Check englishsense. sandhills.edu for orientation and class dates. Contact Karen DeCata (910) 695-3779 or decatak@sandhills.edu.

CAREER PATHWAY PROGRAMS The Career Pathway Programs allow enrollment in one of four career tracks while attending High School Equivalency or Adult Basic Education classes.

NURSE AIDE LEVEL 1 BASIC SKILLS+ ELECTRICAL APPRENTICESHIP BASIC SKILLS+ PERSONAL AND HOME CARE PHASE 1 & 2 START HOSPITALITY For more information, contact Karen DeCata at (910) 6953779 if you are a Moore County resident or Tammi Maynor if you are in Hoke County at (910) 848-4300.

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High School Equivalency Diploma (HSE)

Pinehurst

Don’t Let Math Keep You From a College Degree


THE SMALL

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CENTER

The mission of the Small Business Center at Sandhills Community College is to increase the success rate and numbers of viable small businesses in North Carolina by providing high quality, readily accessible assistance to prospective and existing small business owners that will lead to job creation and retention. The NC Community College’s Small Business Center Network assists in starting an average of more than 770 businesses each year. Small Business Centers have an economic impact in 90% of all NC Counties each year, helping to create and retain nearly 3,600 jobs annually.

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Seminars

The Small Business Center offers free seminars targeted for the needs of small business owners and startups. Register for free seminars by visiting our website at sbc.sandhills.edu, calling (910) 695-3938 or emailing reynoldst@sandhills.edu.

Resources

We have access to the NC Live database leading you to a demographic data profiler called Simply Map to assist you in defining your market. We also have information on area businesses and numerous books and magazines and will assist you in obtaining a free Boyd Library membership for additional resources.

Counseling

If you want information about starting a business or want to discuss specific needs regarding your business, please call Teresa Reynolds at (910) 695-3938 or email reynoldst@sandhills.edu. You can also visit our website at sbc.sandhills.edu and click “Request for Counseling.” Then schedule an appointment by using the “Book Your Appointment” link.

FREE SEMINAR SERIES The Small Business Center at the Dedman Institute for Business Leadership offers free seminars targeted to the needs of small business owners and startups. Register for free seminars by visiting our website at sbc.sandhills.edu, calling (910) 695-3938 or emailing reynoldst@sandhills. edu. Be sure you are notified of all upcoming seminars by visiting our website at sbc. sandhills.edu and joining our email list.

SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SERIES Attendance at both of these seminars will result in a Certificate of Completion. Both seminars will be presented by Mike Collins, president of The Perfect Workday Company. Collins is one of the most frequently featured business seminar presenters in the Southeastern United States. He is the author of four books and hundreds of business articles in publications such as Newsweek, American Banker, BUSINESS: North Carolina and Triangle Business Journal.


The Small Business Center Creating a Winning Business Plan If you think the time is right for you to start a business—you’re right! The key is to create a winning business plan. This program will help you get started in the right way. Whether you have a service business, retail, manufacturing or direct marketing business, you need a plan. In fact, if you try to borrow money for a business the first question asked by the lender will be, “Do you have a business Plan?” The program will focus on: • Creating a simple business plan • Creating a full-length plan that can guide your business • Learning what must be done in specific ways • Knowing what bankers focus on • Creating the marketing segment Facilitator: Mike Collins 102 Van Dusen Hall Free May 17 W 6-9 pm

You can start a business on a limited budget that will lead to bigger dollars and maybe a new future. There are lots of small businesses you can create without having a lot of startup dollars. Business ideas are all around you: in your home and yard, incuding your hobbies, or past or current work experiences. As little as $100 may get you started. Mike Collins is president of the Perfect Workday Company and creator of 9 limited budget businesses. The program will focus on: • Finding the business that fits you • Finding resources to get started & easy ways to get a little bit of money • Planning your small business like a big business • Incorporating 5 resources everyone has to work with Facilitator: Mike Collins 102 Van Dusen Hall Free June 5 M 6-9 pm

SANDHILLS FOOD SYSTEM ALLIANCE SERIES The Rural Food Business Assistance Project This is an exceptional opportunity for prospective and existing food business entrepreneurs available through May

Attendance at all 3 of these seminars will result in a Certificate of Completion.

Business Spotlights Two new automobile repair businesses recently opened in Moore County. The owners of both attended Small Business Center seminars at the college and took advantage of free small business counseling. Congratulations to both and we wish you great success in your business venture.

Resto-Euro

www.restoeuro.com

www.olesteel.com

Mobile Food Business: Is this a Good Fit for You? On average, food travels 1,500 miles from farm to plate. Make your food business mobile and local! Learn about types of mobile food businesses - food trucks, mobile produce markets, dinner at your door, and so much more. Presenters: Kathy Byron & Fenton Wilkinson 102 Van Dusen Hall Free May 18 Th 6-8 pm

Making Your Small Farm Profitable: The Next Big Thing – Small Ag! All of us need to eat. With a growing need for a new generation of farmers to produce nourishing food on small sustainable farms, studies show there is money in small-acreage vegetable production! Explore what is possible from your vegetable patch, market garden, or small farm. Presenters: Kathy Byron & Fenton Wilkinson 109 Van Dusen Hall Free May 25 Th 6-8 pm

Guerilla Marketing: Achieving Conventional Goals with Unconventional Methods The term was coined by Jan Conrad Levinson in 1984; he was describing unconventional cost-effective marketing strategies that small businesses could use to get their brand noticed. The concept is to use non-traditional advertising activities to grab attention. Presenters: Kathy Byron, Fenton Wilkinson & Guest Speaker: Thomas Zaleski 102 Van Dusen Hall Free Jun 1 Th 6-8 pm

Ole Steel Auto Repair & Restoration

Resto-Euro, owned by Dean Segovis & James Sprankle, specializes in European car restoration and maintenance. The goal of Resto-Euro is to deliver restorations in like-new or better condition and provide performance improvement services resulting in the total satisfaction of every customer every time. Founded in January of 2017, Segovis has over 25 years of experience servicing European cars. Co-owner, Sprankle combines a passion for cars with a business degree from University at Buffalo. Resto-Euro is located at 2819 East Indiana Avenue in Aberdeen.

Three ways to register for Small Business Center seminars: sbc.sandhills.edu (910) 695-3938 reynoldst@sandhills.edu

Joshua Via & Sam Ward, owners of Ole Steel Auto Repair & Restoration, offer a wealth of vehicle knowledge able to tackle any problems a vehicle presents. They opened in December of 2016 Sam Ward has 13 years automotive experience, 10 years as manager. Ward is a tire expert and accomplished at modern vehicle air-conditioning systems and general repairs. Via is an ASE-Certified mechanic currently enrolled at Sandhills Community College, nearing completion of an Associate Degree in Automotive Systems Technology. He holds a diploma in Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology from Sandhills and has spent countless hours perfecting restoration techniques bringing old cars back to life. He is an expert at traditional and modern braking systems and engine emissions systems. Ole Steel Auto Repair & Restoration is located at 3383 US Hwy 1 in Vass.

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Starting a Small Business on a Limited Budget

2017. The Sandhills Food System Alliance (SFSA) is a coalition of six counties, Hoke, Moore, Scotland, Montgomery, Richmond and Robeson, invested in growing rural food businesses. In conjunction with the NC Rural Economic Center, the local NC Small Business Centers and the Sandhills Food System Alliance, we will provide technical assistance, training, counseling for business plans and scholarships to qualified candidates.


Reserve Your Seat Today — Continuing Education Class Form — For curriculum/college credit classes refer to page 11 for registration information. Name of Class: ________________________________________________________________________ Class Code: _____________________ Full Name (last, first, middle initial): _____________________________________________________ Date: ___________________________ Address: _____________________________________________________________________________ Apartment/Unit #: _______________ City: ______________________________________________________ State: _____________________ Zip Code: _______________________ Phone: Home: ___________________ Mobile: __________________ Business: __________________ Email: ____________________________________________________ Student ID#: ______________ Social Security Number: ____________________________________ Birth Date: _____________________________ Gender: M F Race: American/Alaska Native Asian Black/African American White Hispanic/Latino Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Education: Are you a high school graduate? Yes No

If no, circle highest grade completed: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

High School Name and Location (for 16-18 years only): ____________________________________________________________________ Highest Level of Education: GED Diploma Adult HS One Year Vocational Diploma Associate Degree Bachelor’s Degree Master’s Degree or Higher Employment Status: Full-Time Part-Time Retired Unemployed (not seeking) Unemployed (seeking)

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Emergency Contact: Name: __________________________________ Relationship: __________________________ Phone: ____________ Alive@25 Students Only: Driver’s License Number: _____________ _Citation Number: __________ I certify that my answers are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that payment is expected at the time of registration and that registration is not complete until payment is made. Signature __________________________________________________________ Date __________________________ Refund Policy: The entire cost of the course will be refunded if requested before it begins or if the course is canceled. Thereafter, a refund of seventy-five percent is provided if requested after a course begins and before ten percent of the total class meetings. In the event a class is canceled, we will attempt to contact you by phone.

Completed forms with payment can be mailed to: Sandhills Community College, Attn: Continuing Education, 3395 Airport Road, Pinehurst, NC 28374 This form can be faxed to: (910) 692-6998 • Call (910) 695-3980 to pay by credit card.


Blue Hall • Career Center • Health & Fitness Science • Law Enforcement Training • Planning & Research Boyd Library • Hastings Gallery of Art • Learning Resource Center • Wood Reading Room Causey Hall • Cosmetology • Emergency Medical Science • Foundation Office

Dempsey Student Center • Logan Bookstore • Peterson Dining Commons • Heins Gymnasium • Russell Fitness Center • Game Room • Clement Dining Room • Student Life Kennedy Hall • Art • Health Sciences • Nursing Little Hall • Culinary & Pastry Arts • Computers • Engineering

Logan Hall • English • Humanities • Kelly Tutoring Center • Mathematics McKean Campus Services • Print Shop • Receiving Meyer Hall • Science • Therapeutic Massage Palmer Advanced ManufacturingCenter • Advanced Manufacturing Sirotek Hall • Automotive

Steed Hall • Landscape Gardening Stone Hall • Administrative Offices • Business Office • Management/Business Technologies • Student Services Van Dusen Hall • Continuing Education • Public Services • Social/Behavioral Science Wellard Hall • Audio Visual • Music


Ask your high school counselor for details.

Follow the link from sandhills.edu to Campus Tours.

For more information about our curriculum programs or how to become a college student, call 910-695-3725. The tour can be viewed in Virtual Reality (VR viewer required).

Youth Youth Enrichment Enrichment Programs Programs

To register for Continuing Education summer classes, call 910-695-3980.

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Moore and Hoke County residents who graduate from a public/private high school or registered home school having successfully completed four dual-enrollment courses at Sandhills will pay NO TUITION at the college for the two years immediately following high school graduation. For an information sheet, email Jonathan Garrison at garrisonj@sandhills.edu.

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