CCAC
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Topics > General Interest


Fundamentals of Non-Profit Organizations
$69.00 (1 section available)
This course will review starting a non-profit organization (creating a vision and mission statement, board development and community engagement), funding a non-profit organization (writing, overseeing assessments, developing corporate sponsors and volunteer management) and community planning (including focus groups and five-year plan.

History of Rock and Roll: 1950-1975
$69.00 (1 section available)
Investigate the history of Rock and Roll from its early roots to its mid-point as it established itself as one of the most powerful components of American culture. You will come to it see as a continuum as opposed to a series of unrelated decades as it often portrayed.

How to Teach a Class for Community Education
$39.00 (1 section available)
Share your knowledge and expertise with others by exploring teaching possibilities with CCAC Community Education. Understand what you need to know to prepare lessons, write course descriptions, materials, and more.

How to Write for Magazines and Other Publications
$39.00 (1 section available)
If you ever wanted to write for local, regional, or national publications, this course will teach you how to pitch your ideas and get published. Students will learn how to find story ideas, target appropriate publications, write query letters and write a great article. We'll discuss current trends in publishing, realistic payment expectations, and tips on how and where to get started.

Infant & Toddler Conference
$25.00 (1 section available)
Explore the first three years of the child's life and the powerful role and responsibilities of the caregivers, teachers and family who love and nurture them.

Introduction to Theater and Acting
$36.00 (1 section available)
During this six-hour course, students will learn about the theater and acting and find out what it takes to stage a theater production. Students will be introduced to theater basics including theater vocabulary, tools of the trade and theater etiquette. Script analysis, character development, set design and other technical aspects of the theater will also be discussed. Participants will learn what it's like to be an actor and understand the importance of proper diction, articulation, tone and breathing techniques. At the end of the class, students will have an opportunity to use what they've learned by being part of an actual production.

 
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