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    No  classes: 10/5, 10/9, 11/5, 11/22, 11/23

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    • ALL CLASS fees are refundable if there is insufficient enrollment.

    • A Full (100%) Refund will be given for cancellations more than 15 days prior to the class start date.
    • A Full (100%) Credit will be given for cancellations 8–15 days prior to the class start date.
    • Credits expire one year from date of issue.

    • NO REFUND OR CREDIT will be given for cancellations 7 days or less prior to start date.
     
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    • GETTING PAID TO TALK, MAKING MONEY WITH YOUR VOICE

      Course #620, $29, CHS Rm. 234,

      Tues. 6:30-9 PM, 1 evening on November 14 (ages 18 +)


      Have you ever been told that you have a great voice? This exciting class will explore numerous aspects of voice·over work for television, film, radio, audio books, documentaries and the internet in your area. We will cover all the basics, including how to prepare the all-important demo, how to be successful, and earn great income in this exciting field. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions and to hear examples of demos recorded by professional voice actors. Class participants will even have a chance to record a commercial script under the direction of our voice coach producer! This class is informative, lots of fun and a great first step for anyone interested in voice acting professionally.

      Instructor: Voice Coaches.

       
       
    • CURING "CLOSETITIS" (A CLOSET OF CLOTHES BUT NOTHING TO WEAR)

      Course #532, $15, CHS Rm. 234,

      Tuesday, 7:30–9 PM, 1 evening on September 26

      Do you have a closet full of clothes but nothing to wear? Feeling overwhelmed by all your “stuff” in your closet? The goal of this class is to make shopping in your own closet a joyful and fun experience! In this class you will learn the five basic steps of how to clean out and organize your clothes closet. This will save you time and energy when deciding what you’re going to wear on daily basis. It will also help create space you didn’t have before. Having a plan of action to organize your clothes, will make it easier for you to put new outfit combinations together-expanding your existing wardrobe. You’ll save money because you’ll avoid buying something you already have but can’t find or remember you’ve purchased.

      Instructor: Randi Siu.

       
       
    • POLISH YOUR CAREER IMAGE TO EARN MORE ANNUAL INCOME

      Course #533, $15, CHS Rm. 234,

      Tuesday, 7:30–9 PM, 1 evening on October 3

      In this class you will learn the components of what a polished, well-groomed look are, and how to achieve that look in a few simple steps, to potentially raise your annual income level in the near future. Fortune magazine recently cited a study by two sociologists, who looked at how physical attractiveness relates to income. The researchers also factored in “grooming”—or how well puttogether an individual appeared. This turned out to be more important than looks when it came to earnings. That might mean that women with a polished look, might actually do better financially than those who do not.

      Instructor: Randi Siu.

  • QUICKBOOKS COMPUTER ACCOUNTING FOR SMALL BUSINESS

    Course #611, $235, CHS 321,

    Thursday, 6:30–9:30 PM, 8 weeks beginning September 14 (ages 18+)

    Students are taught to use the QuickBooks Pro version of this very popular accounting software. No knowledge of finances or accounting is required, but students should have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows applications, know how to move files around, create folders, and copy files to and from disks. Functions to be presented include: company setup; reconciling checking account; billing and receiving payments from customers; recording and paying vendors; creating reports and graphs; inventory control; tracking and paying sales taxes; understanding payroll; creating job estimates and time tracking; and using Microsoft Excel and Word for report analysis and letter writing. The Quickbooks workbook is included.

    Instructor: Kevin Gouveia.

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  • INTRODUCTION TO THE IPAD

    Course #612, $79, CHS 255,

    Thursday, 6:30–8 PM, 6 weeks beginning September 14 (Ages 18+)

    If you have an iPad this class is for you. Get an introduction to the popular Apple tablet. With hands-on support, you’ll learn the basics of the iPad and how to use it to browse the web, use email, download apps, watch video, take pictures, connect online and more. Bring your iPad to class (no iPads will be available for use). This class is specific to the iPad only.

    Instructor: Annette Presseau.

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  • MICROSOFT WORD 2016

    Course #613, $109, CHS 243,

    2.5 hours/week, 5 weeks beginning TBD (ages 18+)

    From copying and pasting, to changing font colors, to designing a newsletter, this class will show you how to do everything that most people use Microsoft Word 2016 for everyday. Here are the things that we will cover: creating documents, saving documents, selecting text, copying, cutting and pasting text, changing fonts and font sizes, bullet and number lists, borders, footers, clip art, word art and tables. Some of the in-class exercises we will do are creating formal company letters, party announcements, newsletters, resumes, flyers, and lists with numbers that line up, forms, order confirmation letters, and greeting cards.

    Instructor: TBD

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  • MICROSOFT EXCEL 2016

    Course #614, $119, CHS 243,

    2.5 hours/week, 5 weeks beginning TBD (ages18+)

    What Microsoft Word is to words and letters, Microsoft Excel is to numbers. This class shows you the basics of how to use Microsoft Excel 2016. Some of the things we will cover are adding up columns of numbers, utilizing different types of formulas, sorting and manipulating data, tips and tricks, mixing words and numbers, formatting numbers, formatting cells, sorting and filtering and freezing panes. Some of the in-class exercises we will do are creating and maintaining lists, setting up a budget, and importing different types of text files.

    Instructor: TBD

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