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Spring 2014


The sky is the limit!


“If you asked me for my New Year’s resolution, it would be to find out who I am.” Cyril Cusack | actor A new year lies before us, and all things seem possible! I invite you to make a new kind of resolution this year – one that challenges you to explore your inner spirit and maybe even puts a new spin on who you are. What an amazing gift to give ourselves . . . to spend a year exploring who we are – what we love. And what a doable resolution – one that can be done in small ways throughout the year. Explore the dancer, the artist, the musician in your heart; get fit, get organized, get on track financially; learn to write, to cook, to sew, to speak a new language – whether it be Italian or Twitter! Or learn to speak without language through a photography or sign language class. We can help you make 2014 a year filled with self-exploration, self-fulfillment, and maybe even a little adventure! Make some time in 2014 to explore your spirit! Live with passion – Learn for Life! Tina Sieker | associate dean, Continuing Education

REGISTER EARLY SO YOUR CLASS DOESN’T CANCEL! Cancellation Policy: Because St. Charles Community College Continuing Education (noncredit) classes are self-supporting, the decision to run a class is based on the number of people enrolled. The college reserves the right to cancel if sufficient enrollment is not achieved.

Registrations need to be received at least one week prior to the start of class to be considered in the determination of whether to cancel the class. An attempt will be made to notify registrants by phone or mail if a class is cancelled. Full refunds will be issued for classes cancelled by the college.

Online registration is easy!

When you see this Quick Response (QR) symbol throughout the course schedule, use your smartphone with a QR code reader app to link to videos and more information about SCC Continuing Education. Free application recommendation: i-nigma or Scan

This schedule of classes brought to you by the

SCC DIVISION OF CORPORATE & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Dr. Ron Chesbrough, SCC President • Yvonne Wills, Division Dean Amanda Rose Associate Dean Extended Learning

Tina Sieker Associate Dean Continuing Education

Maureen Miles Coordinator Class Schedule

Corey Felter Layout and Design Class Schedule

College Mission SCC serves our community by focusing on academic excellence, student success, workforce advancement, and life-long learning within a global society. We celebrate diversity and we enrich the economic and cultural vitality of the region by providing an accessible, comprehensive, and supportive environment for teaching and learning.


LEARN FOR ... GROWTH: FOR THE AGES Academic Enhancement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Homeschool. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Spring Break Camps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 Youth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Plus 50. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-10 LEARN FOR ... ADVENTURE: SPECIAL EVENTS AND TRIPS Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 LEARN FOR ... INSPIRATION: CREATIVITY Art. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Crafts and Hobbies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Dance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-16 LEARN FOR ... WELL-BEING: RECREATION AND FITNESS Fitness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-18 Fitness Dance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Health and Wellness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Rec Certification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 LEARN FOR ... YOUR MIND: LIFESTYLE Culinary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Home and Garden. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 History/Special Interest. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Language. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Life Improvement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Money. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Personal Computing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-25 LEARN FOR ... WORK: PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL

Career Builders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Professional Development/Certification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Small Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-30

Ed2Go, U Got Class, ProTrain, Center for Legal Studies, American Management Association, Carson Dunlop. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

ADULT EDUCATION, LITERACY, ESL, HSE TESTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

HOW TO ENROLL, REGISTRATION, LOCATIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35



For the Ages Academic Enhancement

Spring Break Camps

ACT Cambridge Review

Lunch Supervision (Ages 7-12)

All subjects on the ACT exam are covered. A complete preparation for the ACT exam using materials developed by Cambridge Education Services. Bring a calculator. Textbook required.

All students attending both morning and afternoon camps must register for this supervised lunch hour. No student may be on campus unsupervised between camps. This is NOT a drop-in program. You must register your child in advance.


Th 6-9p



Homeschool Enrichment NEW! Handwriting Instruction for Teachers and Parents Is your child frustrated and struggling with basic handwriting skills? Or are you a teacher or elementary education student who would like to learn how to teach children handwriting? The comprehensive, easy-to-use curriculum uses engaging multisensory techniques and research based methods to make handwriting a natural and automatic skill for children of all ages and abilities. Learn how a fun, hands-on approach to develop good skills and teach correct letter formation can help your students achieve results. Class developed by Jan Z. Olsen and Emily F. Knapton of Handwriting Without Tears. Taught by a level one handwriting specialist. Registration deadline is 3/17. 4/10-5/1

Th 6:30-8:30p $99

Computerized LEGO® Robotic Engineering (Ages 9-14) Take your engineering and robotic skills to a new level using LEGO® Mindstream NXT Robotic Kits and Computers. Learn the secret ins and outs of the software, and build robots. Programming language with implementation and functions of the software will be taught, and challenges with your team members will make the class a blast! STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) is the focus of this very cool class. Students need previous experience using LEGO® Robotics. 3/19-4/9

W 2:30-4:30p $59

M-F Noon-1p

Kids in the Kitchen (Ages 7-9) Love to be in the kitchen? Growing gourmets will have the opportunity to cook and have fun! Immerse yourself with cooking techniques, tools of the trade, basic etiquette, nutrition, safety and even a little kitchen math. Students will make gourmet sandwiches, homemade pizzas, cupcakes, pasta and more. Each day will be a different theme. Students will be cooking breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and dessert foods. Includes CD of recipes. Aprons provided. 3/10-3/14

M-F 1-4p

It’s an art world, and you can be a part of it by creating cool art projects! Try your hand at pencil and charcoal drawings, create multi-media paintings, dabble in wearable art, and design one-of-a-kind sculptures. Bring home lots of projects, and immerse yourself in the fabulous world of art. 3/10-3/14

M-F 9a-4p


NEW! It’s a Dance Party! Do you love to dance? Have fun learning the latest hip hop and jazz combination while moving to popular music. Our experienced dance instructor will choreograph a cool dance routine that you can show off to your family on the last day of camp. Express yourself through music and dance! M-F 9a-noon

Middle School 3/10-3/14 M-F 1-4p STCHAS.EDU/LEARNFORLIFE | 636-922-8233


NEW! The World of Art (Ages 7-12)

Ages 7-9 3/10-3/14



$95 $95

Digital Photography Camp (Ages 11-14)

Did you know these facts about LEGO® Robotic engineering classes?

• Provides science, technology, engineering and

math enrichment • Students participate in daily challenges to learn strategies for success similar to being on a LEGO® league team • Includes public speaking, problem solving and team-building skills along with 100% hands-on fun! LEGO® Robotics Engineering STEM Camp (Ages 9-12) LEGOs® + Robots + Computers = Science, Technology, Engineering and math fun! You will build LEGO® models featuring working sensors and motors, simple programming techniques, principles of simple and complex machines and gearing using NXT Mindstream Robotic Kits. Projects include: parking your robot with rack pinion steering, puppy, lawn mower and building solar and amazon cars with alternative energy kits. Projects can vary depending on ability level. Students work in teams together to do challenges each day. 3/10-3/14

M-F 9a-4p


Have fun using your digital camera to create eye-popping photos and begin building your own personal portfolio. Open up a whole new world that screams never bored! Start by learning photography basics then add some tricks and tips. We’ll finish your photographs like a professional using Photoshop Elements. Create illustrations and sketches from the photos we take during our photo walks/scavenger hunts. Our photo finish will include slideshows of the camper’s finished photo creations. 3/10-3/14

M-F 9a-noon


NEW! Project Runway and Fashion Design (Ages 12 & Up) The ideal camp for all fashionistas where you are the star. As you know with fashion, you are either in or you are out. Start with making your own fashion inspiration board and find out what the daily challenges will be just like on the television show. Learn proper sewing techniques to work with a pattern to create your own skirt and top. At the end of the week, show off your glamorous creations on the catwalk. Florence Dewan, creative director of the Missouri Fashion Week and former chair and professor of Lindenwood Fashion Department, will inspire you to be a top designer. Students will need to purchase one yard of solid or printed fabric for the skirt and one yard of fabric for the top to coordinate. 3/10-3/14 M 9a-4p


Online Youth Courses Computers


Beginning Keyboarding With FasType Microsoft Office courses.

Everyday Math Intro to Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II Math Refresher ReadyMATH

Computers – Web Savvy Creating Web Pages Designing Web Pages Web Graphics Web 2.0: Blogs, Wikis and Podcasts

Science Forensic Science for Writers Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II

Test Preparation Test Preparation Online (Ages 13-17) SAT/ACT Preparation Part 1 and Part 2 Details on any of these courses can be found at: STCHAS.EDU/LEARNFORLIFE | 636-922-8233



Dazzle You!

1 & 4 p.m. Saturday, April 12, 2014 1 & 4 p.m. Sunday, April 13, 2014 Daniel J. Conoyer Social Sciences Building Auditorium $15 per person (kids under 2 free if seated on an adult’s lap)

Join Disney® Princes and Princesses as Young People’s Theatre brings your favorite characters to life in a rousing musical review of the fabulous Disney® music that we have all come to love. Cinderella will host a dessert show that will include many of her best friends. Allow yourself to be transported to the world of Disney® as you enjoy sweet treats and lemonade or tea. Jasmine, princes and many of their companions, both new and old, hero and villain, will entertain and charm you. Celebrate spring Disney® style! Tickets available online starting 3/3/14 at or by calling 636-922-8233.



Spring Cake Pop Wars (Ages 7-12)

Youth Introductory Theater Workshop II (Ages 9 and Up) Advanced workshop for students who have completed the introductory/beginning workshop. Students will prepare and present a monologue. Includes additional acting techniques, elements of creating characters and voice projection. Fun exercises in pantomime and improvisation will be introduced. Class size is limited. Prerequisite: Introductory Theater Workshop Part 1. 4/9-4/30



Do you love to make cake pops and watch Cupcake Wars on the Food Network? Let your imagination and creativity run wild as you discover how to use icing, flavorings, candies, decorations and more to turn your cake pops into spring works of art! Have a war and compete against other teams in your class. You will bring home plenty of your creations for your family to enjoy. Aprons provided. Bring a rolling pin and a baked 9x13 un-iced cake and a small container of icing. 3/5

W 6-9p $39


Playreading (Ages 12 and Up) Designed for serious young acting students, course concentrates on development of specific scenes with an emphasis on characterization and attention to detailed voice and body language study. The actor will learn the essentials of developing a scene in reference to the other actors, as well as how to understand the context that the playwright intended. Prerequisite: Introductory Theater Workshop II or teacher consent. 4/9-4/30

W 7:30-9p


Character Development I (Ages 12 and Up) Course will concentrate further on the different methods for developing character on stage. Students will analyze and rehearse scenes and learn the techniques necessary for building realistic characters. Prerequisite: Two years of Playreading. 5/7-5/28

W 6-7:30p $49

Hola Amigos! Spanish Language for Kids (Ages 6-10) Meet new amigos and have a fiesta each day. Learn basic Spanish through games, music and fun activities. Learn colors, numbers, greetings, weather, animals and how to have a basic conversation. Class will be interactive and students will be immersed in the Spanish language. $5 textbook required. 4/9-4/30

W 6-7:30p $39

NEW! Young Meteorologist (Ages 10 and Up) Do you wonder how storms form? What makes up a hurricane? Discover the answer to these questions and learn all about the ever changing, fascinating world of weather! Learn how to read and analyze weather charts, how to set up and make your own weather station, analyze surface weather maps and watch the release of a weather balloon. Acquire the knowledge of the present, past and future states of the atmosphere, step into a meteorologist’s job, make a weather forecast and present your own TV weather cast! 4/2-4/23

W 6-8p


Take a look at last year’s summer camp highlights!



COLLEGE for all



Summer Camps

Register online at or call 636-922-8233.



Plus 50 Guided Autobiography Write the story of your life ... two pages at a time. Guided by a trained instructor, you will be led through themes and priming questions that bring back memories of events once known, but seemingly filed away and forgotten. Voluntary sharing of excerpts of your stories will assist you and other writers in this uplifting experience. This is not a formal writing class. 3/17-5/5

Now that you’ve collected genealogical information about your family, what do you do with it? Learn how to immortalize your ancestors by putting their life stories on the pages of a journal. Journals may include items such as maps, photographs, letters and other types of collectibles provided by you. T

9:30-11:30a $95

Financial ABCs of Conservative Retirement Planning Gain a fundamental working knowledge of the principles of conservative retirement planning. Discover varied aspects, such as changes in planning paradigms, history of markets, impact of bear markets, retirement budgeting and aspects of financial decisions using the ABC Planning Model. Increase your awareness of risk in the markets as well as possible asset allocation models to help manage exposure to risk. All workbook materials included. 3/27-4/10 Th 6:30-9p $75 5/6-5/20 T 6:30-9p $75

Understanding Medicare Options A comprehensive class that will help students understand their Medicare options and choices based on their needs. Covers Medicare Part A (hospitalization), Medicare Part B (Medicare services), Part C-Advantage Plans, Part D-Prescription Plans and Medicare Supplements. 4/4

The Social Security Act of 1935 ensured that hardworking Americans would have income to support them during retirement. However, the benefits you are eligible to receive may not be as straightforward as you think. Just like other facets of your retirement savings, there are strategies you can employ to optimize your benefits. 4/22

T 6-9p


M 6-8:15p $129

NEW! Creating an Ancestral Journal


NEW! Social Security Optimization: What, When, Who, How!

The World of Baseball Ever wonder how the St. Louis Cardinals became the Cardinals? Or who were the great stars of the St. Louis Browns? Have you been told that Abner Doubleday invented baseball (a myth) or that it once took four strikes to get an out (true!)? Get reacquainted with stalwarts like Babe Ruth, Josh Gibson and Rogers Hornsby, and meet colorful characters such as Michael King Kelly and John Leonard Roosevelt “Pepper” Martin, players who were the idols of fans back then as Miguel Cabrera and Adam Wainwright are today. You will discover how baseball transformed from a pastoral game played by amateur gentlemen into the modern multi-billion dollar business that exists now. Batter up! 3/28-4/11 F 10:30a-12:30p


Facebook Basics Feeling left out because all your friends and family are sharing on Facebook without you? Learn step by step how to set up your account, manage your security settings, and start posting photos and sharing what you are doing. Discover ways to be secure in this digital world so only those you want to see have access. Create your own Facebook group. 4/30-5/7

W 9-11a


F 10-11:30a $10



NEW! Sharing Housing History of WWII Session 5: the Last Days of the War and its Aftermath This session covers the time period of 1945-1948. 3/7

F 10:30a-12:30p


Do you want to explore the prospects of shared housing? Find out if this lifestyle could be just what you have been looking for. This is a way for home seekers in need of affordable housing to pair with home providers who own their own home and could benefit from extra income. Come learn a step-by-step process that has helped others find their ideal shared living situation. 4/2-4/16

W 6:30-8:30p $49

Modified Aerobics A gentler approach to the typical fitness class. Hand weights, body bars, balls and bands tone the muscles, while stretching adds to your flexibility. Great class if you’re new to exercise or just getting back to it using basic aerobic moves. 3/24-5/14

M/W 8-8:50a


Zumba Gold Zumba Gold is a low-impact, easy-to-follow Latin dance with movements and routines designed for active older adults or those just starting their journey to a fit and healthy lifestyle. 3/25-5/15

T/Th 9-9:50a


OGREFEST! It’s an Ogrefest celebration – a Shrektacular way to spend an hour. Join the Ogrefest and see your favorite Shrek characters up close and personal as they serve dessert and sing a few of their favorite songs. A perfect treat for families with kids of all ages! This is not the full-scale Shrek production. That will take place on March 21-23 and March 28-30. $15


2 p.m. Saturday, March 1, 2014 | Tickets on sale at


Special Events & Trips Events

NAPO – National Association of Professional Organizers Conquer the paper clutter by learning to organize your home. Take control of your life by increasing productivity and time-management skills, and gain functional, useable space. Streamline your work by organizing your life. This full-day workshop will get you on the path to a more organized future! It will feature multiple sessions that cover the most common organizing challenges and a vendor’s row featuring the Chapter’s Associate Members, offering products and services that will make your organizing projects a snap. 4/26

S 9:30a-4p $77

$77 price in until 4/15. $87 late registration 4/16-4/25. $97 day of conference (if available). NAPO members call 636-922-8233 to register. Must register by 4/18 to ensure availability of box lunches.

St. Charles County Great Strides Walk To Benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

St. Charles Community College May 3, 2014

Form a walk team, and walk for someone you love.

For more information, call 314-733-1241 or



Creativity NEW! Art & Wine – Spring Flower

Art Enrich your knowledge beyond basic italic script with numbers and ampersands. Our first project will be addressing an envelope in calligraphy. Master this timeless skill in time for your next special occasion. If time allows, the students will choose their next project from making personalized place cards to lettering a saying. Supply list available online.

Join us for an unforgettable evening of fun, friends and fine art where you can drink wine and be instructed by an artist step-by-step recreating a beautiful painting! Let the painting be your guide, choose your own colors and designs to make it your own unique painting. It’s easy and anyone can do it. We provide the canvas and materials to create your masterpiece, you bring your favorite wine, beer or non-alcoholic beverage. Must be 21 years old to consume alcohol. Class meets at St. Charles County Arts Council in WingHaven.



Advanced Calligraphy

M 6:30-8:30p $59


NEW! Art & Wine – Wine Bottle Starry Night

Open Artists Studio Are you a current or former Continuing Education art student? Our studio is open for you! Use this time to complete your current art project at your own pace in this self-guided class. Collaborate with other artists while enhancing your artistic ability. Prerequisite: Must be a current or former Continuing Education art student. 4/16-5/21 W 6-9p

F 6-10p



F 6-10p


NEW! Art & Wine – Flower Garden 4/18

F 6-10p


NEW! Art & Wine – Poppies 5/2

F 6-10p


NEW! Art & Wine – St. Louis Arch 5/16

F 6-10p


Introduction to Oil Painting Art lovers and beginners welcome! Internationally known artist Ron Hauser will guide you in traditional and contemporary methods as you apply your first brush strokes to canvas to create your masterpiece. Using oil media you will explore basic design, color, form and space on a canvas. Bring a favorite photo or magazine picture to work from. Supply list available online. 3/6-4/10

Th 6-9p


NEW! Art & Wine – Paint Your Pet Join us for this unique and very individualized painting adventure, as you create a masterpiece of your favorite pet. You send us a digital (jpeg) photo of your pet, then our artist will sketch it to a canvas which you will paint in class. Our artist will work with you to mix the right shades of colors to use to paint your pet’s features. Bring your favorite wine, beer or non-alcoholic beverage. Class held at the St. Charles County Arts Council. Must be 21 years old to consume alcohol. 4/11

F 6-9:30p $69

Spring Flower

Flower Garden

Poppies St. Louis Arch 12


Wine Bottle Starry Night



Garden Stepping Stones

An Introduction to Voiceovers

Create a stepping stone that will impress your neighbors and friends. We will provide the molds and several choices to bling up your stone, but of course you are always welcome to bring a couple of items of your own. Register with a friend and bring your own wine, beer or non-alcoholic beverage. Must be 21 years old to consume alcohol. Class held at St. Charles County Arts Council in WingHaven. Must be 21 years old to consume alcohol.

Have you ever wanted to be the voice everyone hears on commercials and documentaries? This fun and interactive class covers details of the industry and the importance of marketing and a demo tape. Receive a professional voice evaluation. Taught by a professional voice actor from the voice acting training company, Voices For All. Minimum age requirement is 18 years old.


F 6-8p


Th 6-8p



Learn the Harmonica Punches and Die Cuts Explore the Cricut die cut machine and the Cuttlebug to die cut paper shapes using Nestabilites and Framelits dies. Use punches to create flowers, decorative borders and corners to create one-of-a-kind cards. Supply list available online. 3/6

T 7-9p

Have fun learning this unique and versatile instrument. Learn many great folk songs while impressing your family and friends. The 10-hole C diatonic harmonica is used. Harmonica and book provided with class. 3/10-3/24 M 7-8p



Instant Guitar for Busy Adults and Teens Get to Know Your Sewing Machine Discover the basics of your machine, how to care for it, choosing needles and thread, using the presser foot and other important tips. Prepares you for all types of sewing. Supply list available online. 4/30

W 6-9:30p $35

Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar but simply can’t find the time? In just a few hours you can learn the basic chords to start playing along with your favorite tunes. Bring your acoustic guitar. Workbook and practice DVD included. 4/29




Instant Piano for Busy Adults and Teens I’m Hooked ... Now What? Go beyond the basics of crocheting by learning how to double, triple and shell stitch. Grasp the concepts of reading a simple pattern to create those cute little hats, the popular granny square pattern or toys. The list of what you can create is limitless. 3/4-3/25 T 7-9p


In just a few hours, you can learn enough secrets of the trade to give you years of musical enjoyment. While regular piano teachers teach note reading, piano professionals use chords. You can learn all the chords you’ll need to play any song in this one session. Any song, any style, any key. All materials included. 4/22

T 6:30-9:30p $59

Principles of Professional Songwriting Have you ever wanted to write your own songs? Delve into what makes songs a hit, study popular songs and music theory while learning the craft and art of songwriting. Workbook included. 5/6

T 6:30-9:30p $59



Photography Click and Learn Photography Classes Transition from camera owner to photographer! Find out how to make your digital SLR or advanced point-and-shoot camera work for you. Discover what draws your eye to certain photos, and learn how to capture that shot! Classes meet in three sessions and will include a hands-on photo shoot at a separate location and classroom time working with Photoshop Elements so you can learn how to improve your shots. Don’t miss this unique photography experience!

Take a Picture of ... This photo adventure is all about having fun with your camera. Whether you use a point-and-shoot camera or DSLR, this course will challenge you to get out with your camera and see ordinary things in new ways. Each week you will be given a photo assignment to help jump-start your creativity. Learn basic camera functions, developing a photographer’s eye, looking for light and how to create an online gallery to share your photos. 4/2-4/30




NEW! On the Move Photography Click and Learn – Cottleville Architecture, city streets, nature and people photo opportunities in Cottleville at Legacy Park. Class meets on Thursday, 4/3 6:30-9:30 p.m., field trip photo shoot meets on Saturday, 4/5 8:30-11:30 a.m. Last class meets in the Technology Building Room 210 on Thursday, 4/10 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. 4/3 4/5 4/10

Th 6:30-9:30p S 8:30a-12:30p Th 6:30-8:30p $69

Learn how to travel with your photography gear, photography etiquette and trip documentation through photography. 3/5

W 7-9p


NEW! Macro Photography Learn lenses and techniques to use with macro photography. 4/2

W 7-9p


Click and Learn – Busch Wildlife

NEW! Seasonal Photography

Plants, trees, animals and people photo opportunities at Busch Wildlife in Defiance. First class meets on Tuesday, 5/1, 6:30-9:30 p.m., field trip photo shoot meets Saturday 5/3, 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Last class meets in the Technology Building Room 210 on Saturday, 5/8, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

Don’t let the weather affect your ability to shoot. Learn how to adapt for the conditions through planning and timing.

5/1 5/3 5/8

Th 6:30-9:30p S 8:30-11:30a Th 6:30-9:30p $69

Art of Photography Learn how to take the pictures you always wanted to take! This class teaches composition and simple camera settings (f-stop, shutter speed and ISO). Included are hands-on practice of new skills and review of images in the classroom. DSLR or point-and-shoot camera with manual controls required. 4/22-5/6 T 7-9p





W 7-9p


Photo Fun With Photoshop Elements, The Next Step Create a minimum of six photo projects in this class! Learn how to make a collage and a photo greeting card, word framing, turn your photograph into a sketch, go from color to black/white with selected color added back in, create an out-of-bounds photo and many more fun projects and techniques. Be creative and turn your photos into works of art that can be framed or used as greeting cards, posters and much more. 4/1-4/15

T 6:30-9:30p $75

Imperial Swing Basic II

Dance A lifetime investment in fun and wellness, dance is a great way to get exercise without working out! Students are instructed to enroll with a partner. For full dance descriptions visit learnforlife.

4/8-5/27 T 9:05-10:05p $50 4/10-5/29 Th 8-9p $50

Ballroom I (Foxtrot, Waltz, Rumba, East Coast Swing) 4/6-6/1 4/7-6/2 4/9-5/28

Su 12:55-1:55p $50 M 6:55-7:55p $50 W 6:55-7:55p $50

Ballroom II (Foxtrot, Waltz, Tango, Rumba, East Coast Swing) 4/7-6/1 4/7-6/2 4/9-5/28

Su 3:05-4:05p $50 M 5:50-6:50p $50 W 9:05-10:05p $50

Social Dance instructors Stan Mayer and Linda Landwehr

Ballroom III – Foxtrot I

Imperial Swing Basic III (Lindy)



W 5:50-6:50p $50

Ballroom III – Rumba I 4/7-6/2

M 8-9p


Th 9:05-10:05p $50

West Coast Swing I and II 4/9-5/28

W 8-9p


Ballroom III – Hustle I 4/8-5/27 T 8-9p


Line Dance (variety) 4/7-6/2

Ballroom IV – Amalgamation of Dance ADVANCED STUDENTS ONLY. Students need to enroll with a partner. 4/6-6/1

4/6-6/1 4/8-5/27 4/10-5/29

Su 4:10-5:10p $50

Imperial Swing Basic I Su 2-3p $50 T 6:55-7:55p $50 Th 6:55-7:55p $50

M 9:05-10:05p $50

Spins, Turns and Techniques Learn proper foot, arm and hand style positions as well as spins, turns and body positions. 3/22

S Noon-2p $20

For more information about our instructors, visit



Turbo Tahitian Join us for the newest form of cardio dance. Class will expose you to the movements of Tahitian dance while mixing it up with cardio to increase muscle and burn fat. 3/22-5/10


10:15-11:15a $49

Introduction to Hula For beginners ages 5 to adult, learn basic hula steps combined with contemporary Hawaiian music. Increase muscle tone in legs, arms and buttocks. A terrific workout for your body and spirit. 3/22-5/10 S 9-10a


Belly Dance Spring Recital Preparation – Level 2 Designed for students who are enrolled in the regular Level 2 class during the spring session and who plan on performing in the spring recital. Focus is on learning and refining choreography. Participants will receive guidance on performing skills and costuming. Required for those who wish to perform in the spring recital. 3/29-5/10 S 1-2p


Belly Dance Spring Recital Preparation – Level 3 Designed for students who are enrolled in the regular Level 3 class during the spring session and who plan on performing in the spring recital. Focus is on learning and refining choreography. Participants will receive guidance on performing skills and costuming. Required for those who wish to perform in the spring recital. 3/29-5/10 S 4:15-5:15p $40


Get organized St. Louis 2014

9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, April 26, 2014 ST. CHARLES COMMUNITY COLLEGE

the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) at St. Charles Need Join help conquering Community College for a full day of organizing workshops!

the clutter?

TWO GROUP SESSIONS OFFERING SOLUTIONS AND STRATEGIES FOR COMMON ORGANIZING ISSUES: The Archaeology of Ease: Excavating the Personal Stories and Beliefs Behind Disorganization Let the Janine Adams, CPO

National Association of Home Organization CPR – Denise Lee, CPO Professional Organizers “ASKyou! THE ORGANIZERS” Q & A PANEL OVER LUNCH (BOX LUNCH PROVIDED) help


The Kitchen – The Heart of the Home – Julie Hough

This halfOrganizing day Your Digital Photo Library – Jennifer Stewart workshop will Seekingget Help for Loved Ones That Hoard – Sally Morgan Don’t Bury Your Head in the Sand! Life Happens! Systems, Solutions and Space Savers for Those Documents, Bills and you on the path to a “Stuff” in Your Life – Carolyn Conboy Other Important Making Your Kitchen Space Work for You! – Denise Deen, CKD, CBD more organized First Steps to Becoming a Professional Organizer – Janine Adams, CPO future!


Mark your calendars for March 23, 2013 All reservations must be made by April 18 to

SPACE IS LIMITED! Reserve your seat early!

ensure lunch isFor available. more information, call 636-922-8233

REGISTER AT: or call 636-922-8233. 16


Early Bird registration (Jan. 1- April 15)


Late Registration (April 16-25)


At the Door



Recreation & Fitness Physical Fitness

Fitness Boot Camp Targets the total body by toning and strengthening the major muscles of the upper and lower body while challenging the cardiovascular system through fastpaced cardiovascular exercises. 3/25-5/15

T/Th 1-1:50p


Cardio Core Strength A blend of cardio, yoga, pilates and strength training using a stability ball. This class is done using the Swiss ball. 3/24-5/14 3/24-5/14

M/W Noon-12:50p $95 M/W 6-6:50p $95

Muscle Conditioning Stationary muscle strengthening moves to define and sculpt muscles. Uses body ball, body bars, mat work, hand weights and resistance bands. 3/24-5/14

M/W 3-3:50p

Class incorporates a combination of physical activities to produce an overall fitness improvement in the student. 3/24-5/14

M/W 10-10:50a $95

Walking Fitness Learn how to use an ordinary mode of exercise to increase your fitness level and implement weight loss. Required walking handbook available at SCC Bookstore. 3/24-5/14

M/W Noon-12:50p $95

Beginning Cardio Kickboxing The latest for muscle conditioning and cardiovascular endurance. Time interval drills training using martial arts and boxing moves. 3/17-5/7 3/25-5/15

M/W 7-7:50p $95 T/Th Noon-12:50p $95


Self-Defense Step and Muscle Conditioning Using the step platform, challenge the cardiovascular system, and then turn to bands and weights to tone the muscles. 3/24-5/14

M/W 4:30-5:20p $95

Stretch and Strengthen Class is based on yoga, Pilates and dance for conditioning the total body. Emphasis is on core training and proper breathing. Incorporates the use of balls, mats, body bars and hand weights. 3/24-5/14

M/W 9-9:50a

Class teaches unarmed response to dangerous situations using the fundamentals of defense. Equal time is given to mental preparedness and emotional coping with acts of violence. 3/24-5/12 3/27-5/15

M Th

3-4:40p $95 Noon-1:40p $95

Beginning Tae Kwon Do Basic instruction in a group setting by a master of this ancient form of discipline and self-defense. 3/25-5/13


Noon-1:40p $95


Sticky exercise mats (available in the SCC Bookstore) are required in ALL Pilates and yoga classes.



Basic Pilates – Contrology While considering individual levels, skills for coordination of body strength and mental awareness are taught to develop the inner balance needed by all in this classical mat class. Sticky exercise mats (available in the SCC Bookstore) are required in all Pilates and yoga classes. 3/18-5/8 T/Th 5:30-6:20p 3/17-5/7 M/W 1-1:50p

Become a Personal Trainer ...

$95 $95

Beginning Yoga Hatha Yoga is the practice of meditation, stretching and breathing. Posture allows you to gain flexibility, tone muscles and enjoy the flow of breath within your body. Create a more fluid body, open mind and release tension from your muscles. Sticky exercise mats (available in the SCC Bookstore) are required in all Pilates and yoga classes. 3/25-5/13 T



Basic Strengthening Yoga Learn the basics and understand how breathing and postures are linked together when used in action. Teaches proper alignment and lengthens the spine. This gentle approach eases you into fitness and flexibility. Special instruction will be given to those focusing on a stronger back. Sticky exercise mats (available in SCC Bookstore) are required for all yoga classes. 3/22-5/10 S



Beyond Beginning/Intermediate Yoga A more in-depth study of yoga; refining techniques and postures, enhancing core strength, integrating meditation and breath work into a vinyasa flow. Prerequisite: One beginning yoga session. 3/27-5/15 Th 6:30-7:45p $75

NEW! Ballet Conditioning Ballet conditioning is a class based on the practice of ballet barre exercise sequences. Muscle strength, endurance and balance are challenged and developed. No previous ballet knowledge is needed. 3/24-5/14 M/W 11-11:50a $95



Personal Trainer Certification There is a shortage of personal trainers in the workforce. Come join this fun field and be a part of what states is the fourth hottest job in the United States. Course is comprised of 16 hours of lecture, 16 hours of practical training and a 30-hour internship. Topics include biomechanics, exercise physiology, fitness testing, equipment usage and health assessment. The National Exam is held on the ninth week. CPR/AED needed to receive certification. Textbook required. Call to order, and start reading immediately. 888-3309487 ( 3/11-5/8

T/Th 7-9p


NEW! Healthier Food Choices – Stay Full and Satisfied

Fitness Dance Jazz Dance I Participate in movement experiences designed to increase range of motion, strength, endurance, agility, coordination, stability, line and spatial awareness using the basic elements of jazz dance. The dance elements of time, force, space, dynamics, expression and more will be incorporated. Jazz shoes are required. 3/24-5/14

M/W 1-1:50p


Studies show that a majority of Americans find doing their taxes less confusing than making healthy and delicious food choices. Learn the basics of making healthier choices at the grocery, at a party and while eating out. Learn some easy and scrumptious recipes and techniques and sample some delicious foods. 3/27-4/10 Th 6-7:30p


Recreation Certification Amateur Radio Extra Class License Course

Zumba The latest craze in exercise, learn fun Latin dance steps to create an exhilarating aerobic workout. Based on interval training – a very effective way of working out your whole body while having fun! 3/24-5/19

M/W 10-10:50a


Health and Wellness Female Self-Defense Course Feel safer knowing you can win a confrontation against a bigger, stronger, faster attacker. Learn strategy, blocking, offense, kicks and groundfighting. Practice using everyday items as self defense tools, and grasp simple breaking holds and throw techniques. Empower yourself with knowledge. Do it for your family. Do it for you. Open to females 12 years and up. 3/4-3/25 T 6-7:30p $59

NEW! Improve Your Blood Pressure Without Medication Your food selection and lifestyle play an important role in managing your blood pressure. Making the right choices about your activities and eating may enable you to avoid or reduce your need for medication. Learn the basics of how to make these lifestyle changes work for you. 4/23

Instruction will lead you through all of the knowledge you need to pass the exam: rules, specific operating skills and more advanced electronics theory. As an Extra Class license, you will have full privileges on all frequencies authorized by the FCC for Amateur Radio. Prerequisite: Must already hold a General Class license. Textbook can be purchased online ARRL Extra Class License Manual 10th Edition (ISBN: 978-0-87259-517-0), Ward Silvers $24.95 3/26-5/28 W 7-10p


Sports Beginning Tennis II for Adults Playing tennis is a great way to improve your health, and it is so versatile you can play anywhere. Designed for the student who has taken a beginning class or who could benefit from additional lessons. The pros at West James Tennis Club will show you how you can improve your game. Forehand, backhand, serving, volleying, lobs, overhead and doubles strategies will be covered. Held at West James Courts. Bring tennis racquet and athletic shoes. 3/11-4/15

T 7:30-8:30p $95

W 6-7:30p $25



Lifestyle Culinary NEW! Opa! Celebration Escape to the beautiful island of Greece where you will learn to make spanakopita, a spinach pie with feta cheese, a classic Greek favorite and kotopita, a chicken-filled phyllo pie. End your evening by preparing phoenikia, which are spicy cookies. Master the art of Greek cuisine with some wine pairings. Must be 21 years old to consume alcohol. 3/4

T 6-8:30p $45

NEW! Art of Cooking II Go from kitchenista to top chef! Learn advanced healthy cooking tips and techniques. Enjoy wine pairings while preparing Black Eyed Pea stew with sausage, Italian wedding soup and delicious crepes. Must be 21 years old to consume alcohol. 4/15

T 6-8:30p $45

NEW! Cooking for One Make cooking for one enjoyable. Stockpile some basic ingredients, and you’ll have a few weeks’ worth of delectable meals. Grab some French bread and create a refreshing bruschetta while enjoying wine pairings. Learn to create sweet potato corn chowder that is flavorful and filling. End your meal with a classic strawberry shortcake. Must be 21 years old to consume alcohol. 5/13

T 6-8:30p $45

NEW! Cake Pop Workshop Create cute and fun cake pops to wow your family and friends for any occasion. From start to finish, you will learn what products to use, how to roll cake balls, how to dip cake balls properly, tips and techniques. Take home your artistic creations to share with your loved ones! 4/30




NEW! Salsa Dance & Cuban Cuisine! Havana Couples Night Out Grab your partner and join us for a unique experience of dancing and dining. The sultry romance of Cuba is the inspiration for an exciting, unique perfect date night out! The evening begins with a one-hour salsa dance lesson from Stan and Linda, our dance instructors from SCC, then walk down to the kitchen and learn hands-on Cuban cooking with our cooking instructor Mercedes. Create frijoles negros (Cuban black beans), arroz con pollo (marinated chicken cooked with seasoned rice, onions and garlic), ropa vieja (shredded beef with tomatoes over rice), picadillo (traditional Latin dish of beef and tomatoes), platanos (dessert bananas), all while enjoying a nice wine pairing. Must register with a partner. Must be 21 years old to consume alcohol. 5/6

T 5:45-9:30p $55

Home and Garden NEW! Master Your Household Schedules in No Time! Are you often tired of running from one place to another with no time to keep up on your daily tasks? Would you like to have more time for you and your family? Break down the barriers to help you learn what type of planner is best for you and your family. Learn how to incorporate everyone’s schedules into one system and help you achieve better time and household management skills. 4/14

Mercedes Bilow, Culinary instructor

W 6-9p

M 6-8p


History/Special Interest The World of Baseball Ever wonder how the St. Louis Cardinals became the Cardinals? Or who were the great stars of the St. Louis Browns? Have you been told that Abner Doubleday invented baseball (a myth) or that it once took four strikes to get an out (true!)? Get reacquainted with stalwarts like Babe Ruth, Josh Gibson and Rogers Hornsby and meet colorful characters such as Michael King Kelly and John Leonard Roosevelt “Pepper” Martin, players who were the idols of fans back then as Miguel Cabrera and Adam Wainwright are today. You will discover how baseball transformed from a pastoral game played by amateur gentlemen into the modern multi-billion dollar business that exists now. Batter up! 3/28-4/11 F 10:30a-12:30p


Crime Prevention: Don’t Be the Next Victim Awareness skills are the most important force option that you have available for self-protection. This course is designed to teach techniques on how to stay aware of your surroundings at all times. No weapons or fighting techniques are used in this class, only the knowledge of how to stay safe. 3/11

History of WWII Session 5: The Last Days of the War and its Aftermath This session covers the time period of 1945-1948. 3/7

F 10:30a-12:30p


Language NEW! Ancient Languages of Greek and Latin The Greek and Latin languages form the basis of a classical education and all the languages of the western world. Greek and Latin form a basic part of our English language. Study their comparison and gain a better insight into English and all the romantic language which are based on Latin. Greek is the oldest language still spoken today. Its alphabet is the basis of the Roman alphabet. Learn about the culture and history of Rome and Greece. Book required, available on Amazon for $12.50, New Testament Greek for Beginners by J. Gresham Machen. 4/2-5/21

W 6:30-8p $79

Basic Sign Communication Learn the manual alphabet and basic signs, and participate in activities that increase recognition of signs learned. Textbook required. Children under age 15 must enroll with a parent/guardian. 3/27-5/1

Th 6-8:30p


T 7:30-9p $49

Hands-on Heritage: Digital Tools from the Missouri State Archives Join John Dougan, archivist, Christina Miller, senior reference archivist, and Mary Stansfield, research analyst and e-volunteer coordinator for informative sessions on using digital tools available through the Missouri State Archives. Session 1: Vital Records are a key genealogical resource, with over 200 million searches since Missouri’s were placed online. Learn strategies for searching online birth, death, soldiers and coroners records.

9 a.m. -3 p.m. March 8 St. Charles Community College Technology Building, Room 101

Session 2: Judicial Records turn genealogy into “Family History.” Learn strategies for searching probate, circuit, Supreme Court, naturalization, and Civil War Provost Marshal records.

SCCHS Member: $25 SCC Students, faculty and staff: $25

Session 3: Missouri Digital Heritage provides a gateway for historical resources from institutions across the state. Learn about some of the more significant genealogical collections available from this website.

Non-Member: $30

Session 4: e-volunteers are responsible for the creation of 99% of the online indexes available at the Missouri State Archives. Learn how to use online indexing applications to help give back to the genealogy community.

To register, contact the St. Charles County Historical Society at 636-946-9828 or email

Register early! Limited to 30 participants. Registration deadline: Feb. 28



Life Improvement


Master Your Household Schedules in No Time!

Strategies for Estate Planning

Are you often tired of running from one place to another with no time to keep up on your daily tasks? Would you like to have more time for you and your family? We will break down the barriers to help you learn what type of planner is best for you and your family. Learn how to incorporate everyone’s schedules into one system and help you achieve better time and household management skills.

Wills, Revocable Wills, Living Trusts, Powers of Attorney, TOD and POD, the dangers of joint tenancy, life insurance, gifts to minors, avoiding probate, estate taxes, family business concerns and more. Taught by local attorney Jim Borchers.


Retirement Planning Today

M 6-8p


Life Planning: Create a Road Map for Your Life Think for a moment about where your life is heading... is it where you want it to be? If you think there has to be more than this, or I’m too stressed, distracted, and hyper-extended to even think that far ahead, this course is for you. A Certified Life Coach will help you create a personal life plan that will give you the tools to free up your mind and your time, minimize distractions, prioritize goals, and get the important things done in life. 3/25-4/15

T 6:30-8:30p $75


Th 6:30-9p


Learn financial education and life planning to build wealth, align your money with your values and achieve your retirement lifestyle goals. Course includes 235-page book. Couples may attend together for single registration fee. 3/19-3/26 W 6:30-9:30p $59

Stock Analysis – Chart Reading Learn about innovative market analysis, trend changes, and sector rotation through simple fundamental and technical knowledge and recognition. 3/12-3/19 W 7-9:30p $35

NEW! Invest in Becoming a More Successful Couple Are you in a committed relationship and want to learn how to make the most of your partnership? Based on the acclaimed studies of couples interacting in true-tolife situations, led by noted psychologist John Gottman, author of The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work, this intense, spirited, often entertaining, handson course offers the opportunity to greatly enrich the relationship with your loved one. You will not be required to share personal information in this class. Tuition is per couple and includes book and workbooks. 3/21-4/4 F 6-10p

Women’s Financial Education Gain control of your life by taking control of your finances. Get organized, and learn about credit and debt management, making a will, insurance, saving for retirement and investing for retirement. Taught in partnership with the University of Missouri Outreach and Extension. Bring a 1.5-inch D ring or 2-inch round ring binder with pockets and clear overlay. 3/6-4/3

Th 6:30-9p



Become a Continuing Education Instructor! Do you have a hobby, talent or skill that you would like to teach others? Bring your ideas to this session. If we feel it has the makings of a successful class, we will help you develop it to be taught through our Continuing Education program. We are always looking for new instructors and great ideas for classes. Come and meet us, and learn the basics of getting started as a Continuing Education instructor!

6:30-8:30 p.m. March 25



FREE – Registration is required. Visit


Our computer guarantee: If you need a refresher or additional classroom time, you may repeat the identical class at no charge for up to one year. Limited seats are available. Standard refund policy applies – you must have attended the class to use the guarantee. Because of the limited number of guarantee “refresher” seats available, you cannot reschedule a refresher class. If you register to repeat a class and do not attend, you forfeit your right to further refresher classes. Please check your schedule carefully before scheduling refresher classes.

Personal Computing Computer students are encouraged to bring a USB jump drive to class to save work for reference at home.

Beginner’s Guide to Computers Don’t be left behind in the digital age. Become acquainted and comfortable with your computer. Get started with the alphabetic keyboard, how to use the mouse, navigate the Internet, basic email accounts and basic word processing, and become familiar with today’s most popular software.

Photo Fun With Photoshop Elements, The Next Step

3/10-3/31 M 9a-noon $79

Create a minimum of six photo projects in this class. Learn how to make a collage and a photo greeting card, word framing, turn your photograph into a sketch, go from color to black/white with selected color added back in, create an out-of-bounds photo and many more fun projects and techniques. Be creative and turn your photos into works of art that can be framed or used as greeting cards, posters and much more.

Typing Beyond Hunt and Peck Designed for individuals who want to improve their keyboarding skills beyond the hunt-and-peck method. Advance to the next level with keyboard-operating techniques, speed and accuracy, numeric keyboarding skills and formatting basic documents. 4/25-5/16 F 9-11a


Microsoft Windows 8 Recently upgraded to Windows 8 but having some difficulty navigating the new interface? Learn the basics so you can make the most of this powerful operating system that is intended to give you an efficient way to manage all the apps, programs, files and folders you use regularly. Explore how to move around and customize the new Start screen, Charms bar and desktop. Bring your questions and portable device to class. 3/19-3/26 W 9a-noon $49

Adobe Dreamweaver Take the first steps into creating Web pages that include text, forms, images, links for internal searches, email and external pages. Learn how the Adobe Suite works together with altering graphics. Discuss effective layout methods and learn where and when to use tables. We’ll take glimpses under the hood at the code as this program is both code-based and visual. Textbook optional. 4/3-5/8

Th 7-9:30p



T 6:30-9:30p $75

Microsoft Publisher 2013 Create brochures, letterhead, invitations, postcards, greeting cards, newsletters and simple Web pages using Publisher. 4/17-4/24

Th 6:30-9:30p $69

Microsoft Outlook 2013 Take advantage of Outlook, and organize your busy life! Learn the most efficient ways to communicate, schedule meetings, organize email, set up calendars, journal, create and use task lists and manage contacts. 3/13-4/3

Th 6:30-9:30p $89

Microsoft Excel in a Day 2013 Short on time? Get it done in a day. Track, organize and analyze data. Topics include shortcuts, creating, saving, editing, copying, moving, basic formulas and formatting. Class moves at a fast pace. 4/23

W 9a-4p




Microsoft Excel in a Day Advanced 2013

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013

Get the most out of your Excel spreadsheets by using functions and formulas, working with lists, automating tasks with macros, sharing worksheets with other programs, pivot tables and what-if analysis. Prerequisite: Excel in a Day. Class moves at a fast pace.

Use Microsoft PowerPoint to entertain, inform, sell or motivate. Make your next presentation on your own. Prerequisite: Windows experience and keyboarding ability.


W 9a-4p


W 6:30-9:30p $89


Facebook Basics NEW! MS Excel 2013 With a SLOWER Pace! This class is specifically designed for the beginner who needs a little more time in the classroom. Learn the fundamentals including creating and saving information, navigating a worksheet, entering information and editing. Use document themes, and create and work with charts and gridlines. Learn to perform basic calculations using functions and formulas and how to sort your data. 3/17-4/7

Feeling left out because all your friends and family are sharing on Facebook without you? Learn step-bystep how to set up your account, manage your security settings, and start posting photos and sharing what you are doing. Discover ways to be secure in this digital world so only those you want to see have access. Create your own Facebook group. 4/30-5/7

W 9-11a


M 6:30-9:30p $89

Microsoft Excel Series

Microsoft Excel 2013 Module III

Microsoft Excel is the most widely used spreadsheet application used by employers today. Confidently navigate the program’s environment and discover how to use this powerful tool. From designing your spreadsheet to advanced formulas, we have a handson module for you! Enroll in a class from each module and save. Individual dates and times below.

Learn to efficiently manage a workbook, perform calculations using functions and formulas, how to sort your data and data ranges. Prerequisite: Module I or prior experience.

Tuition $149

Microsoft Excel 2013 Module IV

Microsoft Excel 2013 Module I

Working with tables and creating PivotTables Prerequisite: Module I or prior experience.

For the very beginner. Learn the fundamentals, including creating and saving information, navigating a worksheet, entering information and editing. 3/6 4/8

Th 6:30-9:30p $39 T 6:30-9:30p $39

Microsoft Excel 2013 Module II Master formatting a worksheet, using document themes and creating and working with charts and gridlines. Prerequisite: Module I or prior experience. 3/13 4/15


Th 6:30-9:30p $39 T 6:30-9:30p $39


3/20 4/22

3/27 4/29

Th 6:30-9:30p $39 T 6:30-9:30p $39

Th 6:30-9:30p $39 T 6:30-9:30p $39

Microsoft Excel 2013 Module V Effortlessly analyze data creating scenarios, work with the Web and external data, and make the most of macros. Prerequisite: Module I or prior experience. 4/3 5/6

Th 6:30-9:30p $39 T 6:30-9:30p $39

Microsoft Word Series Microsoft Word is the most widely used word processing application on the market. This powerful program will allow you to create professional-looking content quickly. Develop simple documents by changing fonts, underlining, centering, indenting, cutting and pasting and using more advanced features: headers, footers, tables, templates, mail merge, macros, table of contents, footnotes and much more. Enroll in a class from each module and save! Individual dates and times below. Tuition: $149

Microsoft Word 2013 Module I

Microsoft Word 2013 Module III Add a creative piece to your flyers with shapes and pictures, WordArt, SmartArt and charts. Discover how easy it is to work with tables. Prerequisite: Module I or previous experience. 4/2 4/14

W 9a-noon $39 M 6:30-9:30p $39

Microsoft Word 2013 Module IV Perform a mail merge, create outlines, long documents and references. Properly use document collaboration tools, and collaborate with other programs. Prerequisite: Module I or prior experience.

For the very beginner. Learn the fundamentals, understand the ribbon, create and save documents, and work with text.

4/9 4/21

3/19 3/31

Microsoft Word 2013 Module V

W 9a-noon $39 M 6:30-9:30p $39

Microsoft Word 2013 Module II Conquer formatting characters, paragraphs, lines, spacing, margins and pages. Learn to apply themes and styles for that professional look. Prerequisite: Module I or prior experience. 3/26 4/7

W 9a-noon $39 M 6:30-9:30p $39

Work with templates, forms, Web pages and more advanced features. Prerequisite: Module I or prior experience. 4/16 4/28

W 9a-noon $39 M 6:30-9:30p $39

W 9a-noon $39 M 6:30-9:30p $39

Microsoft Office Certificate To remain competitive in today’s workforce, employees must demonstrate a strong working knowledge of many key software applications. This certificate will assist you with upgrading your current skills and learning new ones.


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Knowledge of computers Beginning Computer Keyboarding or the ability to type 20 words per minute.

To earn the certificate, the student must complete the following required courses:

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Microsoft Word (all five modules) Microsoft Excel (all five modules) Microsoft Access Microsoft PowerPoint Microsoft Publisher Microsoft Outlook

Classes are taught by practicing professionals who emphasize real-world skills that can be immediately applied to the workplace.

Top reasons adults enroll in the Microsoft Office Certificate Program:

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Acquire new technical skills Update and enhance job skills Retrain for a new career Increase earning potential

All classes are WIA fund approved.

Culminating project and final exam: $169 (Required to receive certificate)



Professional & Occupational Career Builders NEW! TESOL: Worldwide Career Adventures Eighteen or 80, degree or no degree, worldwide adventure awaits you. Hundreds of overseas jobs go unfilled – you can fill one! Unemployed? Bored? Just looking? New career or career change? Discover exciting opportunities to teach English as a second language with no experience necessary and you can choose from many jobs in locations around the world. Must be a native English speaker. 4/22-5/6

Food Protection Manager Certification Prepares students for the Food Safety Certification exam. Addresses food safety practices, prevention of food-borne illness and personal hygiene guidelines. Food Safety Manager Certification exam given at end of class. Must register seven days prior to class. ServSafe book and materials included. 3/17 5/12

M 8a-4p M 8a-4p

$135 $135

Small Business

T 6:30-8:30p $59

Ins and Outs of Leasing Commercial Space

Professional Development/ Certification APICS CPIM 1: Basics of Supply Chain Management MEMBER Introductory course for production and inventory management personnel and CPIM candidates. Provides basic definitions and concepts for planning and controlling the flow of materials into, through and out of an organization. Explains fundamental relationships among the activities that occur in the supply chain from suppliers to customers. WIA includes $145 testing fee. APICS members must call 636-9228233 to register and receive member rate. 3/13-5/22 Th 5:30-8:30p $495 for APICS Members $645 for Non-APICS members $640 for APICS members funded through WIA $790 for non-APICS members funded through WIA

From landlords to tenants, this course guides the business owner through the fundamentals of selecting, inspecting and evaluating a rental space. The course provides a guide to understanding the types of leases, the business terms of a lease and offers strategies for successfully negotiating a favorable lease. 5/1

Th 7-9p


Financial Strategies for Business Owners Learn what you can do to reach your business’ financial goals while protecting all you’ve worked so hard to build. Understand protecting your business from the potentially devastating effects of estate taxes, strategies for retaining key people that benefit both your business and your top employees, and trusts and the role they can play in your business. 5/6




APICS CPIM Execution and Control of Operations

Paralegal Certificate Course

Focuses on these main areas: prioritizing and sequencing work; executing work plans; implementing controls, and reporting activity results; and evaluating and providing feedback on performance. Explains techniques for scheduling and controlling production and process operations. WIA includes $145 testing fee. APICS members must call 636-9228233 to register and receive member rate.

This intensive, nationally acclaimed program is designed for beginning as well as advanced legal workers. Training includes instruction on how to assist trial attorneys, interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law, and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litigation. Must take two consecutive seven-week sessions. Rate: $1,189 (includes both sessions).

4/8-5/27 T 5:30-8:30p $495 for APICS Members $645 for non-APICS members $640 for APICS members funded through WIA $790 for non-APICS members funded through WIA

3/10-4/25 Class taught online 5/5-6/20 Class taught online 6/30-8/15 Class taught online



NEW! Google+ and YouTube for Business Learn how to set up a Google+ business page and how to integrate it with your website. Discover how to use Google+ for business and hangouts. You will also learn how to set up a YouTube channel along with important concepts for video for business, how to optimize video for search and how to share and promote your YouTube videos. Recommended to have an account set up prior to class. 3/4

T 7-9p


NEW! LinkedIn Professional and Business Profiles Learn how to create an effective LinkedIn profile and how to set up a LinkedIn Company page. Discover the importance of using LinkedIn groups. Discover how to effectively search for people and companies on LinkedIn, how to advertise on it and how to use it to promote business blogs. Recommended to have an account set up prior to class. 3/11

T 7-9p


NEW! Social Media for Restaurants and Retailers Do you want to increase your business? Learn all about Facebook custom apps, ads, offers and promotions, Foursquare for business, Yelp, using Twitter for restaurants and retailers and using Pinterest for restaurants and retailers. Class also covers the importance of user reviews. Recommended to have an account set up prior to class. 3/25

T 7-9p

NEW! Make Money with a Home-Based Typing/WP Business Looking for a little extra cash? If you can type, you can put these skills to work from the comfort of your own home. Discover how and where to find clients, 50 ways to advertise/market your services, necessary equipment, and 100 ways to make money with a computer along with national networking information. Learn invaluable home-based business start-up information. A $20 materials fee payable to instructor at the door for information designed to help you long after the workshop is over. 4/22

T 7:30-9:30p $35

NEW! Earn Extra Money With a Mystery Shopping Business Have you ever wanted to become a secret mystery shopper? Learn successful tips to create your mystery shopping profile, avoid pitfalls and scams, and how to sign up with many mystery shopping companies without paying fees. Gain knowledge of what it takes for any successful home-based business. With a few steps you can start mystery shopping today! A $20 materials fee payable to instructor at the door for information designed to help you long after the workshop is over. 4/22

T 5-7p



NEW! Social Media Monitoring and Social Customer Relationship Management Discover how to monitor your Web presence and social media, how to use HootSuite and Nimble for social media management and monitoring, how to integrate your social media and scheduling posts, following social stream, contact management and deal/opportunity tracking. Recommended to have an account set up prior to class. 4/1

T 7-9p




About Online Learning Online learning is a fun, enjoyable and very productive way to learn. Millions of people are learning online each year. You will engage with the instructor and other participants. You will get to know your instructor and other participants. You may make friends. It’s easy. It’s fun.

How the Course Works It is easy to participate in your online course. After you register, you will be given a Web address to get into your online classroom. You will have a password and use your email address and password to gain access. Once inside the online classroom, here’s what you can expect:

For each unit, you will: • Readings are assigned for each day from the textbooks provided at registration. • Have the option of accessing the online readings

Participate when you want You can participate any time of day or evening. The online classroom is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There are no live real-time requirements or meetings. You decide when you participate. For the best learning, participants should log into the course on 2-3 different days of the week. The content (readings, audio lectures, slides) and self quizzes are accessible for the entire course, so you can work ahead, or go back and review again, at your convenience.

Discussion The discussion for each unit lasts one week. All comments are made in writing and can be made at any time of the day or night.

• Listen to the audio presentation for the unit and view the slides

Your instructor will log into the discussion area at least once a day and answer questions, make comments and respond to comments by you and the other participants.

• Have the option of taking a self-quiz to see how much you have learned

We encourage you to make 2-3 comments each day to maximize your learning and enjoyment of the course.

• Engage in written online discussion with your instructor and other participants

It’s easy. It’s fun.

For best learning, you should make one or more comments at 2-3 different times each day, since it is a weeklong course.

10k • 5k • 1-Mile Fun Run • Wellness Expo

THAT ‘80S RUN Saturday, April 26, 2014

All runners 18+ are entered to win a $1,000 scholarship to SCC.


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Entrepreneurship Certificate

Certificate in Customer Service

Boost your chances of success for your new or small business and reduce your risks. Get the latest on planning your business, brainstorming business ideas and a checklist for going into business. Then learn how to create a business plan, including assessing business feasibility and prepare the management and financial plans. Take home a step-by-step approach to attract and keep customers, with an emphasis on customer-driven marketing decisions and building a strong brand. Save and take all three one-month online courses.

Customer service is now essential for business and all work organizations. With the increase of technology, human interaction with customers becomes all the more important. Whether it relates to retaining customers, serving your audience or turning inquiries from potential customers into sales, good customer service is now one of the central factors in organizational success. Learn to improve your customer service skills to enhance your career skill set, improve productivity and increase your organization’s success. Take away some extraordinary customer service techniques you won’t find anywhere else.

$495 total for all three courses and certificate

Entrepreneurship Boot Camp

$245 total for both courses and certificate

Starting a business is something that all of us have thought about at one time or another. This course provides insight into the characteristics, knowledge and skills needed to become a successful entrepreneur. 1.6 CEUs 4/7-5/2

Class taught online


The Business Plan Whether starting a business or growing the one you have, a business plan serves as a roadmap and can help secure needed funding. In this course, you’ll evaluate the many aspects and potential hurdles of the business and build the business plan, one step at a time. Focusing on the most critical components of the Business Plan enables you to uncover hidden risks and assess the business from a marketing, management, and financial vantage point. 1.6 CEUs 3/3-3/28 5/2-5/30

Class taught online Class taught online

$195 $195

Entrepreneurial Marketing To succeed in today’s marketplace, entrepreneurs must know how to effectively market their product or service. With an emphasis on customer-driven marketing decisions, you will learn how to build a strong brand, analyze which tactics to use and implement your marketing plan. 1.6 CEUs $595 for all three courses and certificate

Conflict Management A recent study conducted by the American Management Association (AMA) revealed that the average manager spends more than 20 percent of the day engaged in or reacting to a conflict situation. This study also identified that out of 25 management skills, conflict management was the only one positively correlated to higher earnings and promotion. Discover a workable conflict management model, discuss case studies in conflict management, and then take away successful conflict management strategies to apply in your workplace. 1.6 CEUs 4/7-5/2

Class taught online


Negotiation: Get What You Want Negotiation is a key skill for success in business and everyday life. Knowing strategies to clarify what you want and how to prioritize needs will ensure you get more of what’s essential. Having the skills to help others get what they want will improve relationships and increase your odds of success in the future. Work with a pro to learn how to plan, implement and win in the bargaining process. Save time, grow your business network and gain confidence when dealing with even the shrewdest of deal-makers. Invest in these skills now and reap a lifetime of rewards. 1.6 CEUs 3/3-3/28 5/5-5/30

Class taught online Class taught online

$195 $195

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Certificate in Workplace Communication

Extraordinary Customer Service

Good communication in the workplace is more important than ever – and critical to your career advancement and success. Get comprehensive and intensive preparation with skills and techniques you can put to use on Monday morning. Take back a workable conflict management model, along with successful and practical conflict management strategies. Then work with a pro to learn how to improve your negotiation skills for a win-win outcome, including helping others to get what they want, so you get what you want. Finally, find out more about yourself and others using personality profiles for better work performance.

Transform your customer service into something extraordinary. As a result, more repeat business will improve your bottom line. Customer service separates you from your competition. Extraordinary customer service comes from focusing on the few essential elements that yield big results. Discover how easy it is to tweak your customer service from the ordinary to the extraordinary. You’ll take away a customer service plan that will help you focus on the key elements that will get you started on your pathway to success. 1.6 CEUs

$595 for all three courses and certificate

3/3-3/28 5/5-5/30

Keys to Customer Service

Using Personality Profiles for Better Work Performance

Learning to build your customer service skills will have a powerful impact on your career success as well as success in other areas of your life. Through this course, you will discover the direct relationship between service skills and career achievement. You will become skilled at being an exceptional service provider. Help your organization and your career by translating your good service intentions into a workable plan and gain knowledge of ways to consistently deliver great service. The payoff is enormous. 1.6 CEUs

Understanding yourself and others will increase your overall effectivenesss. Learn how to improve your communication with others, convey your ideas effectively and improve your ability to understand what is important to those who don’t share your same style. Course fee includes your own DiSC Behavioral Personality Profile assessment and review. 1.6 CEUs


Class taught online


Class taught online Class taught online

Class taught online


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$145 $145


Online Courses Take classes that fit YOUR schedule, anytime, anywhere! For questions or assistance, email, or call 636-922-8233. American Management Association®

General Courses A wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely over the Internet. All courses are led by expert instructors. Topics include accounting and finance, business, computer applications, design and composition, health care and medical, language and arts, law and legal, personal development, teaching and education, technology, writing and publishing GRE and GMAT prep. Register:

Career Training Certificate Programs Certificates available in: healthcare and fitness, business and professional, IT and software development, management and corporate, media and design, hospitality and service industry, skilled trades and industrial, sustainable energy and going green. Once a course is accessed either by requesting materials or viewing lessons, there are no refunds. Register:

Skills for the 21st Century Get skills for the 21st century. Boost your productivity and your organization’s bottom line. Courses include: business and career skills, business, communication, courses for K12 teachers, management and leadership, new media marketing, social media for business, training and education. Classes start the first Monday of the month and run for four weeks. Register:

Paralegal Certificate Online Course The Paralegal Certificate Course© is the cornerstone of The Center for Legal Studies programs, and paralegalism is one of the fastest growing careers in the country. To register, call SCC Continuing Education at 636-922-8233.

American Management Association Certificate Programs Programs include accounting, communications, customer service, finance for managers, human resources, leadership, management, manufacturing/ quality, marketing, negotiation skills, personal development, project management, purchasing, strategic planning, supervision, team building and time management. Register:

Green, Renewable Energy and Trade Skills Training SCC Workforce Development, in partnership with ProTrain Online, is your solution for green, renewable-energy and trade-skills training. These online courses will help you learn the skills you need to excel in the jobs for the new economy. Includes: business/management/ leadership, career and services, green renewable energy and industrial/skilled trades. To register, call SCC Continuing Education at 636-922-8233.

Home Inspection Certificate A home inspection is a documented, professional opinion of a home, based on a visual evaluation and operational testing of the home’s systems and components to determine their current condition. This 10-course online certificate program provides students with the technical skills and expertise needed to succeed in the home inspection field. Students learn how to conduct visual examinations and deliver written reports on the physical and operational condition of homes or housing units. To register, call SCC Continuing Education at 636-922-8233.



Workforce Development The mission of the SCC Workforce Development Department is to deliver customized training to the current workforce, re-direct the ready workforce to gainful employment and assist the development of the next generation of workers using programs and events to strengthen their understanding of the world of work. Business and Industry Program: Developing the Current Workforce The Business and Industry Program of St. Charles Community College has been a leading force in the St. Charles County business community since 1992. The Business and Industry Program works with large and small employers to identify job skills and training needs for thousands of workers and employers targeting primarily St. Charles, Pike, Lincoln, Montgomery and Callaway counties.

Our training features: • Experienced facilitators in a wide range of disciplines. • On- and off-site training options. • Flexible scheduling. • A focus on adult learning. • Cutting-edge technology and resources.

Liaison to State Training Funds The SCC Workforce Development Department is recognized by the state of Missouri as a Local Education Agency (LEA) for the application and administration of state funds for company training programs, new jobs training and similar grant funding programs. If your company meets state guidelines, you may be eligible to receive funding assistance to support employee training. Workforce Development can assist you in applying for state funds. For additional information, call 636-922-8474 or email

Missouri Career Center Partnership The Missouri Career Center Partnership is a federally funded program that provides professional job search assistance to job seekers in St. Charles County. The program is part of the Workforce Investment Act serving individuals who have been displaced from their jobs and are unlikely to find employment in their previous occupation. This service is provided through the St. Charles County Department of Workforce Development at the Missouri Career Center. Contact the Missouri Career Center at 636-255-6060.

Services Provided: • Job Search Assistance: Including résumé preparation, identification of transferable skills, informational and job interviewing skills and marketing yourself to employers. Various workshops and networking opportunities are provided. • Individual Career Consultation: An individual plan of action is developed to determine job search goals and career direction. • Career Resource Center: For use by customers during their job search. Phones, copier, fax machine, IBM computers, laser printers and employer directories are available. Internet access is also available. • Job Placement Assistance: Including current labor market information and access to available job listings from area employers. • Training Opportunities: Available for eligible customers who require upgrade training or retraining into a different career. Contact our office to see if you qualify. • Résumé Development and Critique: Gives the job seeker an excellent opportunity to enhance his or her résumé to its fullest extent. • Career Assessments: Various standardized formal assessments are used to allow job seekers to match their skills and temperaments to other occupations. This is a must for the job seeker wishing to enter into a new industry.

School-Business Programs: Investing in the Future Workforce Today’s youths are tomorrow’s workforce. School-Business Programs has established a coalition of educators and business leaders who work together to make a difference in the lives of young people. Programs focus on career development, career exploration and career readiness. For more information, call 636-922-8474. 32


Adult Education and Literacy Adult Education and Literacy (AEL/ESL/HSE) St. Charles Community College coordinates a four-county effort (St. Charles, Warren, Lincoln and Pike) to teach basic reading, math and writing skills, to prepare people to take the High School Equivalency tests (HSE) and to assist non-native speakers in gaining English proficiency. Free day and evening classes are available. Students must be at least 17 years old and not enrolled in secondary school. For more information about class times, locations or the services below, call SCC at 636-922-8411 or visit

High School Equivalency Instruction is available for students to improve basic skills, learn new skills and to prepare for and pass all five of the High School Equivalency tests.

English as a Second Language (ESL) ESL classes provide reading, writing, listening and speaking activities at English proficiency levels for people wishing to improve their English language skills.

Citizenship Preparation Classes help students prepare for the citizenship interview. Students must have a resident card for four years or more (two years if spouse is a citizen) and at least intermediate-level English skills.

TOEFL Preparation Classes help students prepare for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Students whose first language is not English must pass this test for admission to college.

Celebrating Adult Education and Literacy in St. Charles County! AEL STUDENT RECOGNITION CEREMONY 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 11, 2014 Donald D. Shook Fine Arts Building Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. @SCC_AEL

Pronunciation Classes In this class students will learn how to pay closer attention to the unique, challenging sounds of the English language. Students will actively improve their rhythm and intonation, practice aloud as a group and individually with an instructor. Students will enhance listening and communication skills through practicing better pronunciation.

High School Equivalency (HSE) Testing On Jan. 1, 2014, the high school equivalency test recognized for the State of Missouri was the HiSET which is offered by Educational Testing Service (ETS). This test is available only on computer but can be taken at various sites across Missouri, including St. Charles Community College. Paper and pencil high school equivalency tests are no longer offered for community test takers. Registration for the HiSET is done entirely on the computer. Registration information, cost information and test scheduling can be found at Students who register for all five equivalency tests will pay $95. These five tests must be scheduled within the span of one year. Students who wish to register and pay for tests separately will pay $32 for the first test and $22 each for the remaining four test sections (total of $120). All payments must be made by electronic check, debit or credit card. Please refer to the HiSET website for more detailed information ( The SCC Adult Education and Literacy program can be reached at 636-922-8411.

Volunteer Opportunities Volunteer tutors are needed to work with adult literacy students and in the HSE and ESL classrooms. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and must have a clear background check. They work with individuals or small groups of students under the direction of the classroom teacher. Training is provided. No previous experience is required. Call 636-922-8504 or email for more information.


You might qualify for an HSE scholarship! Call 636-922-8269. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT AEL/ESL/HSE, CALL 636-922-8411 OR VISIT STCHAS.EDU/AEL. STCHAS.EDU/LEARNFORLIFE | 636-922-8233


Registration Payment must be received when you enroll. Online – 24 hours a day – 7 days a week

Announcements will be made on KMOX Radio (1120 AM), KSDK TV (Channel 5), KMOV TV (Channel 4), and KTVI TV (Channel 2). In the case of evening classes held at middle schools and high schools in the area, the SCC classes will not meet if it has been announced that the schools themselves are closed.

Accommodations/Support: By Phone – Call 636-922-8233 at least one

week before the first class meeting during the hours listed below. Telephone registration: Visa, Discover and MasterCard only accepted as payment.

By Mail – Send the registration form, with your check or money order to: SCC Division of Corporate & Community Development 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive, HUM 103 Cottleville, MO 63376-2865 In Person – Register in HUM 103. Registration hours: • 8a-7p Monday-Thursday; • 8:30a-4p Fridays. Refund Policy: If you drop a class, you will receive a 100 percent refund if the class is dropped one business day before the first meeting. No refund will be given if the class is dropped the day of class or later. Events which may require more advanced notice to cancel include, but are not limited to, certain business and industry classes, conferences, trips, day trips and other special events. For these exceptions, refer to the LAST DAY TO CANCEL information listed in the course description. If you have a situation that warrants an override of the above policy, an explanation of the circumstances should be made in writing to the Division of Corporate and Community Development. The appropriate associate dean will review the situation to determine if a refund can be granted and will notify you accordingly. Refunds should be received within 30 days. Inclement Weather Policy: In the event of

severe weather conditions or other emergencies, the SCC president may cancel classes and close the campus for a partial or full day. The college will update the SCC website (stchas. edu) and main number 636-922-8000, send a text message through the Emergency Alert System, and contact selected radio and television stations, when the timing of conditions allow, by 5 a.m. for day classes and no later than 4 p.m. for evening classes (if bad weather develops during the day). The college will typically update the college website and main number prior to contacting the selected radio and television stations. It is recommended to use the college’s website or main number in order to receive information in a more timely manner.



St. Charles Community College is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Please email with your accommodations request. It is recommended that you contact the college 10 business days prior to the event.

How to Read a Course Description Create Your Own Photo Book If you’ve ever dreamed of publishing your photos in a book, this course is for you. Learn how to create photo albums, calendars, cards and more. Impress your friends and family with special holiday gifts! 5/9-5/23 W 6:30-9:30p $79 $5 Course title Course dates Time class meets Supply fee

Course description Day(s) class meets Tuition cost

Campus-Closed Dates April 18 – Spring Holiday May 26 – Memorial Day

Calendar of Events March 3 – Summer camp registration begins May 17 – Middle Eastern Dance Performance March 21-23, 28-30 – Shrek: The Musical April 26 – THAT ‘80s RUN - 1-Mile Fun Run, 5k and 10k April 26 – National Association of Professional Organizers View more at

SEND YOUR REGISTRATION FORM AND CHECK TO: St. Charles Community College, Corporate & Community Development – HUM 103 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive, Cottleville, MO 63376-2865 To pay by credit card, visit or call 636-922-8233. Fees should be included in your payment if indicated in the course description. Name____________________________________________________________________________ Address_______________________________ City/State________________ ZIP____________ Date of Birth: Mo.______ /Day_____/Year____ Home Phone (


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CLASS LOCATIONS Classes are located on the SCC campus unless otherwise noted. Class location information is listed below. NOTE: For on-campus classes, students should go to the Humanities Building Room 103, during office hours, or call 636-922-8233 for specific room assignments. After hours and on Saturdays, go to the ADM Welcome Center/Information Desk.

Locations found in this schedule St. Charles Community College 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive Cottleville, MO 63376-2865 636-922-8000

St. Charles County Arts Council 7443 Village Center Drive O'Fallon, MO 63368 636-561-0028

West James Courts 1330 Harvestowne Industrial Court St. Charles, MO 63304 636-441-0006


The College is committed to non-discrimination and equal opportunity regarding the treatment of students, faculty and staff. The College adheres to a strict non-discrimination policy in student admission, educational-programs, activities and employment regardless of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability or genetic information. The College is an equal opportunity employer. Inquiries may be directed to: Vice-President for Human Resources, 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive, Cottleville, MO 63376-2865.



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Upcoming Events

Shrek the Musical – SPRING PRODUCTION March 21-23, 28-30 Tickets available starting 2/7/14 at

National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) Expo April 26

Middle Eastern Dance Performance May 17 Donald D. Shook Fine Arts Building, Free | 36 STCHAS.EDU/LEARNFORLIFE| |636-922-8233 636-922-8233

SCC Learn for Life Spring 2014 Schedule  

Schedule of non-credit classes. SCC Corporate and Community Development, Continuing Education

SCC Learn for Life Spring 2014 Schedule  

Schedule of non-credit classes. SCC Corporate and Community Development, Continuing Education