B INNEKILL Vol. XXIX No. 14
a monthly publication for students, faculty, staff and friends
Sept. 12, 2012
Student Olympian reflects on journey to London 2012 games This week, Kyle Vashkulat, a Business Administration major at SCCC, plans to take a short plane ride to meet up with friends and have some pictures taken. The friends will be fellow members of the United States Men’s Judo Team who competed in the 2012 Olympics in London this summer. The plane ride will be to Washington, D.C., and the photos will be of Kyle and the other U.S. Olympians with President Barack Obama. Kyle plans to leave on Thursday to attend a meet and greet with the President on the White House lawn, followed by a private tour of the White House, a reward for the Olympians who represented the U.S. in the 30th Olympiad in London in July and August 2012. Kyle, who has taken classes at SCCC since 2008, was the youngest member of the Men’s Judo Team, travelling from the Capital Region to London for the games on July 24, his 22nd birthday. He’s been training seriously for the Olympics since he was 15 years old and moved by himself from his family’s home just outside of Philadelphia to Burnt Hills to train with Jason Morris, an Olympic silver medalist. Kyle lived with Jason and his wife Teri Takemori in their Burnt Hills home, along with other athletes training at Morris’s dojo. “The Olympics became more tangible at that point, when I started training at Jason’s club,” Kyle said. “When I moved here and was at a more serious training center, I said, ‘I guess this is what I’m shooting for now’ and I decided to do this full time.” Every school day ended with two hours of practice, on top of homework, while Kyle attended Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School, graduating in 2008. He enrolled at SCCC that fall for two years and then took a break from school for a year and a
half to train full time. What began as a hobby at the age of 10 and a way for the Ukrainianborn youngster to make friends, was now a fulltime career and lifestyle. Kyle has competed in junior and senior tournaments travelling to countries including Thailand, France, Japan and Canada, and went into the Olympics ranked No. 37 in the world in his weight class, the Business Administration major Kyle Vashkulat 100-kilogram half-heavyweight. with Kobe Bryant at the 2012 Olympics He made the Olympic team as a wildcard following a nail-biter at the Pan Am Championship in Montreal in Spring 2012 and immediately began training harder than he ever had to prepare. (continued on Page 3)
Well worth the wait Rob Krupanich, Performing Arts: Music major, addresses a crowd gathered outside the new SCCC School of Music during a ribbon cutting ceremony on Sept. 12 for the new $3.9 million building. He spoke about how walking through construction areas last year was worth it. “Now we stand today marveling at the fantastic new facility we have here at our disposal,” he said. The new building has more practice rooms for students, teaching studios, classrooms, a student lounge and will house a recording studio.
College welcomes new faculty and staff Keylon Cheeseman is a participant in the Internship Program for the Development of Minority Faculty. He previously served as a Graduate Teaching Associate at Albany Medical College in Cell and Molecular Biology. Dr. Cheeseman also served as a Research Assistant at the Wadsworth Center, Division of Infectious Diseases. He earned his Ph.D. and M.S. in Cell Biology from Albany Medical College and his B.S. in Biochemistry from Andrews University in Michigan. Chrissie Classen joined the Health Profession Opportunity Grant program as the Albany Coordinator. She was previously employed by SCCC as a Vocational Counselor for the RealJOBS NY grant. Prior to that, Ms. Classen served as a Special Education Teacher and Teaching Assistant at Lansingburgh High School. She holds a master’s degree in English from The College of Saint Rose and a bachelor’s degree from RPI in Science and Technology. She is currently pursuing completing a master’s in English from The College of Saint Rose. Susanna Fenlon has been appointed as the temporary ADA Transition Services Coordinator. She was previously employed at SCCC as an Educational Assistant and as interim ADA Transition Coordinator. Susanna holds an M.B.A. in Marketing from Sage Graduate School and a B.A. in Sociology from the University at Albany. Melita Fogle has been appointed as Teaching and Learning Faculty Specialist in the Division of Academic Affairs. She spent the last two years at SCCC as an adjunct and participant in the Internship Program for the Development of Minority Faculty, working in the Division of Liberal Arts. Melita has 16 years of experience in education and private industry as an instructional
assistant in the area of technology, and in project coordination. She utilizes technology in all of her courses and spent nearly six years as Blackboard student support working with instructional designers at a community college in the San Francisco Bay Area. She holds M.A. and B.A. degrees in English from California State University. Jeannette A. Gliha is the Executive Director of Human Resources. She previously served as Personnel Officer/AAO/EEO and ADA Administrator for Otsego County. She earned her Bachelor’s in Business Management from SUNY Binghamton and Associate’s in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Psychology from Broome Community College. Dominic Green is a full-time Academic Advisor in the Student Affairs Division. She worked in Student Affairs as a parttime academic advisor last year. Dominic holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts from the University of Texas in Arlington and is currently pursuing her M.A. in Africana Studies at the University at Albany. Elisabeth A. Gundlach joined SCCC as Information Processing Specialist II in the Office of Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness. Prior to SCCC, Beth worked for 20 years in the healthcare industry in programs and reporting administration. Most recently, she was the Programs Assistant to the Population Health Analytics department at MVP Healthcare. She holds a B.A. in English from the University at Albany and is a fiction author and illustrator. (continued on page 6)
Lauding leadership Kathy Burke, Information Processing Specialist II in the Administrative Division, is the first recipient of a Recognize Everyday Leadership Award, presented by the SCCC Student Activities Office in the Student Affairs Division. Kathy went out of her way during the first week of classes to speak with students, show them classroom locations and provide a friendly face as they settled into the new academic year at SCCC. This is a new initiative where Student Activities will be recognizing students, faculty and staff who demonstrate exceptional leadership. Student Affairs staff who spot individuals exhibiting leadership qualities will be presenting them with a special certificate highlighting their achievement. Also, anyone on campus can nominate members of the College community for this distinction by contacting Christopher Del Vecchio, Student Activities Advisor, email@example.com, 381-1313.
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SCCC student and Olympian (continued from front page) His first phone call after learning he made the Olympic team On Aug. 2, with his family watching, Kyle competed against was to his parents, Anna Smilan and Andrei Khimitch, in Ramziddin Sayidov of Uzbekistan, who he had faced five Pennsylvania. “Everyone was crying. It was a very Kodak months earlier at a tournament in Paris, France. In a quick turn moment,” he said. of events, Kyle tried to fake his opponent but through an ippon, a His parents and sister pin in Judo, his Olympics games Elizabeth, age 8, met him in were over in just under two London at the beginning of the minutes. games. He marched in the Opening Ceremony, waiting He finally watched the replay a for four hours outside the week ago and recognized how he stadium with other athletes was caught off guard early. Though from 205 countries from his time on the mat was brief, this around the world, to represent affable young man reflects on his their countries. He thought the Olympic experience with pride. “It Ralph Lauren designed outfits really is impossible to describe,” he (berets, blue blazers and white said. “There’s something like 7 pants/skirts) that the billion people in the world and less Americans wore, fit his style than one percent make it to the just fine. “I liked everything Olympics. I mean, that’s pretty SCCC student Kyle Vashkulat (right) with teammate but the berets,” he said, good.” Kyle is still undecided about Travis Stevens during the Opening Ceremony of the laughing. “It looked nice and whether or not he’ll commit to London 2012 Olympics. fit well, but I’m not a big training for the 2016 Olympics in hat guy.” Rio de Janeiro, but it’s definitely not out of the question, he said.
Celebrity chef pays for student’s culinary education at SCCC Donald “Scooter” Telford, a secondyear Culinary Arts major, says that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. In Scooter’s case, this couldn’t be more true as he explains that Chef Gordon Ramsay, the television chef known for his kitchen tirades, became an unlikely friend and benefactor. Ramsay befriended the 20-year-old Ballston Spa resident when he was working as a line cook in the kitchen of the Cambridge Hotel and Restaurant in Cambridge, N.Y. Owners of the hotel contacted Ramsay’s production company, appealing to those scouting struggling hotels to appear on Ramsay’s new television program, “Hotel Hell.” Ramsay and his crew arrived in February 2012 for a week and a half stay in Cambridge, offering suggestions for ways to improve the business. Despite Ramsay’s best efforts, the hotel closed in June 2012 with the episode featuring the Cambridge Hotel airing on Aug. 20, 2012. It was while interviewing employees of the hotel that Ramsay met Scooter and learned about this aspiring baker’s earnestness and tenacity while overcoming physical challenges including
two heart surgeries to repair a defective valve and two back surgeries to correct scoliosis. “When I had my back surgery in high school, the one thing that got me through it was cooking,” Scooter explained. “I actually felt like I was part of something.” Scooter shared stories about his love for baking with Ramsay and was on the receiving end of some of Ramsay’s rants while the show was shooting at the hotel. “He yelled at me a couple of times when I messed up a food order,” Scooter said. “But he said he liked how fast I was, he liked my speed.” (His nickname came courtesy of a chef in the hotel’s kitchen who said that he was fast, like a “scooter.”) But the two had many conversations during the course of filming and the young chef quickly learned that the celebrity chef was there to help. “Even though he’s being a hothead, he’s just really there to help you,” he said. Scooter and Chef Ramsay developed a quick friendship and when Ramsay learned that Scooter was attending college, he offered to pay for his tuition and supplies for the rest of his studies. Scooter sends Ramsay receipts for his tuition, books and supplies and Ramsay sends him checks to cover all of his college expenses. “He called me the other day and told me to keep my head up,” Scooter says matter-of-factly. In the future, Scooter would like to open a bakery. When he’s not working in the kitchen at a restaurant in Saratoga and attending SCCC, he checks his friend requests on Facebook. After the show aired on Aug. 20, he said he received about 500 friend requests from people in the United States, Japan, Canada, Greece and Italy, and the requests keep pouring in.
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Calendar of Events Monday, September 17. 2012 Student Activities Board interest meeting, 11:20 a.m., Elston 341. Join the club that plans campus events. Tuesday, September 18. 2012 Late start classes begin Transfer Fair, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., Elston Hall Student Center. Meet reps. from four-year colleges and universities, learn about admissions/transfer. Board of Trustees mtg., 5:30 p.m., Lally Moh. Room Tuesday, Sept. 18 - Monday, Sept. 24, 2012 Withdrawal with 25% refund Monday, September 24, 2012 American Red Cross Blood Drive, 9:30 a.m. - 3 p.m., Activity Forum, Elston Hall. Saturday, September 29, 2012 Women’s Crew, Head of the Mohawk, 11 a.m., Sch’dy
September concerts at SCCC Musicians of Ma’alwyck present Mal’alwyck’s 300th! Wednesday, Sept.26, 11:30 a.m., Taylor Aud. Free. Celebrating the 300th anniversary of Ma’alwyck House with music from 1712-2012 including works of Handel, Shield, Brahams, Debussy and the world premiere of Tom Savoy’s “Songs for Jack.” Program features Anne Agresta Dugan, soprano; John Estabrook, baritone; Tom Savoy, piano; and members of the Musicians of Ma’alwyck. Latin Fest featuring Alex Torres and His Latin Orchestra Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Elston Hall Student Center. Free. The Community and Cultural Events Committee, in collaboration with several student clubs, is pleased to present Latin Fest 2012. This celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month will include free food, dancing and vendors. Traditional Bamboo Flute and Percussion Recital featuring SCCC Music Faculty Member Nachiko Maekane, percussion, and Michiko Ako, Japanese traditional bamboo flute, Thursday, Sept. 27, 7:30 p.m., Taylor Auditorium. Free. SCCC Faculty Dedication Concert featuring the Empire Jazz Orchestra Saturday, Sept. 29, 4 p.m., Taylor Auditorium. Free. Join the celebration of the opening of the new SCCC School of Music. Proceeded by School of Music Open House from 2 - 4 p.m.
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Their door is open Officers of the Student Government Association (SGA) want the student body to know that SGA is the voice of the students. SGA meetings are open to all and students can visit the SGA office, shown above, Elston 220H to discuss any concerns or ideas they might have. Shown above (clockwise from bottom left) are Christopher Del Vecchio, Student Activities Advisor; Dr. Martha Asselin, Vice President of Student Affairs; Thomas Bambury, Student Trustee; John Donahue, SGA President; Derrick Tusang, SGA Treasurer; and Amanda Ferguson, SGA Vice President. Leading the SGA this year is John J. Donahue, a Human Services major, who is a member of the Faculty-Student Association Board of Directors and Student Volunteer Organization. He is also the SCCC student representative on the New York State Student Assembly and Vice President of the Veterans Club. “As President of the SGA I hope to accomplish some great things this semester including one of the biggest turnouts for Student Senator Elections happening Sept. 26 - 28,” John said. “Instead of senators being at a booth in the student lounge area, we’ve instead made it mandatory for Student Senators to serve their time attending school functions. I will also appoint a Senate committee to address the updating of our Student Government Constitution, and I would also like to look into a school recycling program to possibly earn extra money for the student budget.”
Rewarding career choices may be nontraditional by Dawn Jones, Non Traditional Career Specialist So often we choose career paths based on stereotypes that society and our cultures place on us in regard to gender. Because of these expectations, we lose sight of career choices that are not traditional for our gender and tend to stay within the “norm.” In New York, men make up less than 25 percent of Accounting, Early Childhood, Nursing and Paralegal professionals. For women, nontraditional careers include fields such as Culinary Arts, Aviation, Business, Computer and Technology, Criminal Justice, Music/Business or Fire Protection. For some, these types of nontraditional careers may offer interesting and rewarding employment opportunities, higher wages and better benefits, opportunities for advancement and increased job satisfaction.
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What are your goals for this semester? Michelle Bobbitt, Teacher Education Transfer and Human Services I’m going to try to reach a 3.0 or 4.0 GPA. I’m going to stay on top of my homework, that’s the key. Stay on top of your homework and ask for help when you need it. That’s the goal to greatness.
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College welcomes new faculty and staff Margaret Helmes is a C.N.A. instructor in the Health Profession Opportunity Grant (HPOG) program. She has been a nurse since 1990 working in medical surgical geriatrics in hospital settings and long-term care skilled nursing facilities. Prior to joining SCCC, Margaret was a Nurse Evaluator responsible for testing C.N.A.’s for licensure in the state of New York. She holds an associate’s degree in Nursing from Hudson Valley Community College. Allyson Keyser joins SCCC as Assistant Professor in the School of Music. Prior to joining SCCC, Dr. Keyser was an adjunct and a visiting professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Keyser has a Doctor of Musical Arts in Performance and a Master’s in Music from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She earned her Bachelor’s in Music Education from Virginia Commonwealth University. Mary Kohan is a GED Instructor in the HPOG Program in Albany. Mary has worked as Academic Services Coordinator at The Wage Center in Albany and as a GED Instructor at Glenmont Job Corps Academy. She spent more than two years teaching English throughout Asia and Central America. Mary holds a B.A. in English Literature from St. Lawrence University and an M.S. in Education from The College of Saint Rose. Joanna Krasodomski joins SCCC as the Technical Assistant/Biology Lab Technician in the Division of Math, Science, Technology and Health. Previously, she worked at Niskayuna High School for seven years in a lab setting and was an adjunct at SCCC. Joanna holds M.S. degrees in Biology from RPI and in Agricultural Engineering from the Institute of Biology in Warsaw, Poland. Catia Laird dePolanco is a participant in the Internship Program for the Development of Minority Faculty. Prior to joining SCCC, she was a Teaching Assistant Intern at the University at Albany. She earned her M.A. and B.A. in Latin American, Caribbean and U.S. Latino Studies from the University at Albany. Frank (Fu) Luo has been appointed as
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a temporary Assistant Professor of Alternative Energy in the Division of Math, Science, Technology and Health. Dr. Luo was an adjunct at SCCC last year. He holds a Ph.D. in Nanoscale Science and Engineering and an M.S. in Physics from the University of Albany. He also holds an M.A. in Physics from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in Physics from Fudan University. Sandra Mansueto joins SCCC as a temporary Instructor in the Division of Math, Science, Technology and Health, teaching in the new Medical Coding and Billing Certificate program. Sandra holds a Master’s in Public Health from Touro University International, a B.S. in Community and Human Services from SUNY Empire State College and is enrolled in the M.B.A. program at TUI International. Mary Clare O’Connor has joined the Registrar’s Office on a temporary basis as Associate for Academic Services. Her experience includes a six-month term in this position before and six years as Coordinator of Evening and Alternative Programming. She holds a B.A. in English from the University at Albany and attended the University at Albany’s graduate program in English and Philosophy. She is continuing her education in the fields of yoga and philosophy with the aim of developing consciousness and well-being in the college experience Charles J. Richardson is the College’s new Vice President of Administration. Charles has an extensive background in fiscal management with over 30 years of experience working in government finance at the federal, state and local levels. Prior to joining SCCC, Charles served as Finance Director for the Town of Orangetown in Orangeburg, N.Y., overseeing a $65 million operating budget, a position he held since 2001. He earned an M.A. in Public Affairs from the University of Minnesota and a B.A. in both Economics and Political Science from Syracuse University. Ruby Roberts is a GED instructor in the HPOG program. She has worked for more than 20 years as a computer technology instructor and trainer at locations including Bryant and Stratton and the SUNY Research Foundation and continues to volunteer her services as a GED preparation instructor at the St. Ann’s/St. John’s Community Outreach Center. Ruby holds a Master’s in Education from the University at Albany and is a certified literacy and GED tutor with the New York State Literacy Agency. continued on page 7
New faculty and staff
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Michael Stamets joins SCCC as an Instructor in the School of Hotel Culinary Arts and Tourism. Prior to joining SCCC, Michael was Chef de Cuisine at Hanah Mountain Resort and Country Club since 2009. He served as an adjunct at SCCC during the Spring 2012 semester and also assisted with the SCCC student competition team. Michael is a 2008 graduate of SUNY Delhi’s Business Administration Hospitality Program with a B.B.A. degree. Margaret Wickerham is a C.N.A. instructor in the HPOG program. She has worked in various capacities as a nurse and nurse recruiter. Margaret holds a Bachelor’s in Nursing from Villa Maria College in Pennsylvania.
Faculty, staff Development Susan Beaudoin, Assistant Vice President of Administration (left), discussed SUNY’s Six Big Ideas with SUNY Chancellor Dr. Nancy Zimpher (right) during Susan’s television show, “Real Conversations,” earlier this month. Also pictured is Lisa Giruzzi, the show’s co-host. Sandra Gonzalez, Associate for Continuing Education, was elected to a two-year term as President of the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) Board of Directors. NACEP is comprised of professionals from four-year and twoyear public and private institutions offering concurrent enrollment, dual enrollment or early college programs, as well as instructors and administrators from secondary institutions. Renato Tameta, Associate Professor in the Division of Math, Science and Technology, was a presenter at the 19th Annual American Society for Microbiology Conference for Undergraduate Educators over the summer in San Mateo, Calif. He discussed the methods he uses in his microbiology courses/labs to help students retain information including POGIL (process-oriented group inquiry learning), think, pair and share methods and case studies.
Congrats to faculty/staff Cynthia Astemborski Decker was appointed as a full-time Financial Aid Advisor after previously serving as a part-time Assistant for Financial Aid for over eight years. She holds an M.S. in General and Experimental Psychology from St. John’s University and a B.S. in Psychology from Fordham University. Rae Ellen Doyle has been appointed to the permanent faculty position of Assistant Professor in the Division of Liberal Arts. She has taught English and literature courses at SCCC since 2005 as an adjunct and as a temporary full-time faculty member since 2010. Rae Ellen earned her M.A. in Speech Communication from Colorado State University and her B.A. in Speech Communication and English Literature from SUNY Potsdam. Babette Faehmel has been appointed to the permanent faculty position of Assistant Professor in the Division of Liberal Arts. Dr. Faehmel has taught history courses at SCCC since 2009. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, her M.A. in History from the University of Cincinnati and her B.A. from the University of Hamburg. Dawn Jones has been named NonTraditional Career Advisor in the Student Affairs Division. She first joined SCCC in 2008 as a part-time Non Traditional Career Specialist. She holds a B.S. in Psychology and Sociology from SUNY Potsdam and an A.S. degree in Human Services from SCCC. Alicia Richardson has been appointed to a regular faculty position as Assistant Professor in the Division of Liberal Arts. She joined SCCC in 2009 as a participant in the Internship Program for the Development of Minority Faculty and taught English and literature courses at the College. Alicia earned her M.A. in Africana Studies from the University at Albany and her B.A. in English from Saint Joseph College.
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Campus Resources (hours for September) Academic Advisement
The Commons Elston/ext. 1330
Elston 222/ext. 1277 Monday-Wed. 8:30 am-4:30 pm Thursday 8:30 am-7 pm Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Monday-Thursday 7:30 am-8 pm Friday 7:30 am-2 pm
Academic Computing Lab Elston 529, 530/ext. 1213 Monday-Thursday 8:30 am-10 pm Friday 8:30 am-4 pm Saturday 9 am-3:30 pm
Accounting/CIS Tutor Lab Elston 330/ext. 1041 Check lab for hours.
Student Affairs, Vice President
College Central Network SCCC’s career management system
Elston 222/ext. 1345 Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Elston 221/ext. 1352 Monday-Wed. 8:30 am-4:30 pm Thursday 8:30 am-7 pm Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Stockade 120/ext. 1166 Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Gateway 124/ext. 1455/1295 Monday-Friday 9 am-11:30 am (Call for program information.)
Elston 222/ext. 1356 Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Begley Library/ext. 1239
Learning Center Writing Lab
Monday-Thursday 8 am – 9: pm Friday 8 am – 4:30 pm Saturday 10 am – 2 pm Closed Sundays
Business Office, Student Elston 219/ext. 1346, 1347 Monday-Wed. 8:30 am-4:15 pm Thursday 8:30 am-7 pm Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Career and Employment Services Elston 222/ext. 1365 Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
The College Store Elston 109/ext. 1332 Monday-Wednesday Thursday Friday
8 am-6 pm 8 am-4 pm 8 am-2 pm
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Elston 212/215 381-1348, 381-1349/ext. 1148 Monday-Wed. 8:30 am-4:30 pm Thursday 8:30 am-7 pm Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
(Career, Transfer and Personal) Elston 222/ext. 1365 Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
ADA Transition Services
Elston 520/ext. 1373 See lab for hours.
Elston 523/ext. 1246 Monday-Thursday 8 am-7 pm Friday 8 am-4 pm Saturday 10 am-3 pm
Math Lab Elston 518/ext. 1435 Monday-Thursday 8 am-7 pm Friday 8 am-4 pm Saturday 10 am-3 pm
Multicultural/Educational Opportunity Programs
Elston 222/ext. 1279 Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Elston 222/ext. 1344 Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm Elston 220/ext. 1388 By appointment or walk-in
Elston 427/ext.1293 TestingCenter@sunysccc.edu Monday-Thursday 8:30 am to 7 pm Friday 8:30 am-3 pm
TRIO Student Support Services Elston 328/ext. 1465 Monday-Friday
8:30 am-4:30 pm
Elston 328-C/ext. 1461 Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Elston 223/ext. 1284 Open daily. See office for hours.
Workforce Development Stockade 120/ext. 1315 Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
YWCA Children’s Center
Gateway Bldg./ext. 1375 or 1389 Monday-Friday 7:30 am-5:30 pm (Evening hours available depending on enrollment.)
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