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Lifelong Learning Class Listings

Eagle Safari
Course ID: 0   Location: TBD
Class Dates: Jan. 6   S
Class Time: 7:00-5:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Dec 29.
Fee: $109.00
Join us for spectacular eagle viewing and photography on the Mississippi. You will learn about our nation's symbol, and get close looks at these magnificent birds. Bundle up and let's celebrate the New Year with some eagle information and truly great images of our national bird! Please contact Gary Gullett at Adventure Safari Network at 815-222-2824 to register.

National Hot Air Balloon Festival
Course ID: 0   Location: TBD
Class Dates: July 28, 20, 30   F/S/Su
Class Time: 8:00-6:00 PM
Registration Deadline: July 21
Fee: $425.00
Learn your camera controls at the Indianaola, Iowa Balloon Festival July 28-30, and you can even take an exhilarating balloon ride to view the stunning Iowa landscape from the air (extra fee applies). In addition to the National Hot Air Balloon Festival (with the mass ascension of over 60 balloons), we will stop at an Amish community to tour the museum, visit the National Hot Air Balloon Museum, tour the Bridges of Madison County around Winterset, and also visit a large nature reserve where we can view and photograph bison and elk. Cost is $425.00 (double occupancy) and includes transporation, all admittance fees, hotels, breakfast at the hotels, and snacks on the way. It does not include other meals and the optional balloon ride. Single Supplement $100. Limit of 16 attendees. Please contact Gary Gullett at Adventure Safari Network at 815-222-2824 to register.

Preview Bucket Trips-Alaska, Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa Safari
Course ID: 0   Location: H-208
Class Dates: Oct. 18   W
Class Time: 3:00-5:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 11
Fee: $10.00
Please contact Gary Gullett at Adventure Safari Network at 815-222-2824 to register. Registration fee of $10.00 waived for early registrations prior to Oct. 11. Truly the Last American Frontier, Alaska has some of the most stunning scenery and wildlife in the world. Whales, glaciers, puffins, Denali, the Alaska Railroad, visit the Arctic Circle, and flightseeing through the stunning Alaskan Range… this trip has it all! Diverse landscapes and wildlife surround you on every turn, and this itinerary guarantees you the ultimate access into the splendor of Alaska. Additional highlights include Kenai Fjords National Park, safe grizzly bear viewing, and the stunning scenery of Denali National Park. Optional halibut fishing excursion for the best halibut fishing on the planet, with no additional fee. If you have never seen the Great Migration, this is your year. Truly a spectacle of nature, you will be overwhelmed with the raw beauty and close proximity of the greatest creatures on the planet. Mt. Kilmanjaro is the backdrop as you see great herds of elephant making their way, single file, to the marshes of Amboselli National Park in Kenya. Emotions run high as you witness the spectacle of 1.5 million animals moving through the Serengeti in Tanzania. Additional highlights include the World Heritage Ngorongoro Crater, visit to a Maasai Village, and hundreds of elephants in Tarangire National Park. South Africa has it’s own place in history, and we will learn more about Nelson Mandela, and his great march to freedom. The historical significance of South Africa is only overshadowed by the natural beauty and wilderness of Kruger National Park. Africa is one of the last places on earth to come eye-to-eye with some of the most majestic animals on the planet. You will also spend time in beautiful Cape Town to visit Table Mountain, the Cape of Good Hope, and the best wineries in Africa. Come to our preview to get details of these exciting adventures!

Computers

Computers for Seniors
Course ID: 3762   Location: T-159
Class Dates: Oct. 3, 5, 10, 12   T/Th
Class Time: 1:00-3:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 26
Fee: $64.00
This non-threatening, hands-on class will help you ease into computer-age technology and become familiar with the jargon, concepts and basic operations of computers.

Creating Documents with Word
Course ID: 3809   Location: T-159
Class Dates: Sept. 19, 26, Oct. 3, 10   T
Class Time: 6:30-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 12
Fee: $64.00
Want to make the word processor work for you rather than getting frustrated trying to complete documents? Uncover the mystery and stop being frustrated. Take this class to learn how word processors function and work with them rather than against.

Internet and Email for Seniors
Course ID: 3763   Location: T-159
Class Dates: Oct. 17, 19, 24, 26   T/Th
Class Time: 1:00-3:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 10
Fee: $64.00
Examine the fascinating world of the Internet. Learn how to send and receive messages and attachments via e-mail, search various websites for information and understand the basics of the World Wide Web.

Internet Browsers
Course ID: 3789   Location: T-159
Class Dates: Nov. 7, 14   T
Class Time: 6:30-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 31
Fee: $39.00
Edge, Chrome, FireFox, Safari, oh my, which should you use? Which is the most secure? Learn the pros and cons of these four browsers and possibly more in this class.

Using Cloud Storage
Course ID: 3792   Location: T-159
Class Dates: Oct. 17, 24   T
Class Time: 6:30-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 10
Fee: $39.00
Why should you use cloud storage? Ever wonder what OneDrive, Google Drive, DropBox, iCloud, and others are about but are afraid to try them? Learn how to use cloud storage, the advantages and disadvantages of cloud storage, and how you might use these powerful tools in this class.

Using Spreadsheets Everyday
Course ID: 3808   Location: T-161
Class Dates: Nov. 1, 8   W
Class Time: 6:30-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 25
Fee: $39.00
Spreadsheets can help organize your daily life. Learn how to organize your life using the rows and cells of spreadsheets!

Windows 10
Course ID: 3791   Location: T-159
Class Dates: Sept. 12, 14   T/TH
Class Time: 6:30-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 5
Fee: $39.00
Learn the new features of Windows 10 and the similarities between prior versions of Windows and 10. Bring your Windows 10 laptop to use in class to apply immediately what the instructor is talking about.

Personal Enrichment

African-American Genealogy
Course ID: 3785   Location: Freeport Public Library
Class Dates: Sept. 5, 12   T
Class Time: 6:00-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Aug. 29
Fee: $39.00
Participants learn about the variety of potential avenues to trace their African-American ancestors that goes beyond the documents and family trees found on Ancestry.com . The use of DNA tests to determine which African nation or nations their ancestors came from will also be briefly addressed in the course.

Ballroom Dance A
Course ID: 3801   Location: YMCA Multi-Purpose Room
Class Dates: Sept. 15, 22, 29, Oct. 6, 13, 20   F
Class Time: 6:00-6:45 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 8
Fee: $70.00
Waltz I, Foxtrot I, Swing I, for those who have never danced before and want to improve or add to what they already know. If unsure of your level, please contact instructor Julie Dale, 815-718-1814 or email julied12@hotmail.com

Ballroom Dance B
Course ID: 3802   Location: YMCA Multi-Purpose Room
Class Dates: Oct. 27, Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec. 1   F
Class Time: 6:00-6:45 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 20
Fee: $70.00
Waltz I, Foxtrot I, Swing I, for those who have never danced before and want to improve or add to what they already know. If unsure of your level, please contact instructor Julie Dale, 815-718-1814 or email julied12@hotmail.com

Basic Digital Photography
Course ID: 3803   Location: H-117
Class Dates: Oct. 18, Nov. 1, 8   W
Class Time: 6:00-8:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 11
Fee: $109.00
This action packed class will show you how to create and care for interesting digital photos! We will cover the basics of digital photography. You will learn elements of exposure control, photographing people, close-up, action and low-light photography. We will also spend time on the "how to" of sharing images and storing your photos. Bring your camera and gain the confidence you need to take great photos time and again!

Basic Look at the Civil War 1861-1865
Course ID: 3788   Location: H-210
Class Dates: Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, Dec. 5, 12   T
Class Time: 7:00-8:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct 31.
Fee: $94.00
This course provides a basic look at the Civil War and will cover: Session 1: A look at Lincoln's life, Session 2: Events leading to the war in 1859 and 1860, Session 3: Battles of the Eastern Theatre, Session 4: Battles of the Western Theatre, Session 5: Naval Warfare, and Session 6: Relics of Civil War and Christmas for the Civil War solider. Session 6 will be held at Dr. Dammann's house in Lena, IL.

Beginning Genealogy
Course ID: 3784   Location: Freeport Public Library
Class Dates: Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24   T
Class Time: 6:00-7:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 26
Fee: $39.00
Learn the basic forms and resources required and available to research the family tree and history. Learn about computer programs and websites. The culminating activity will be the creation of an ancestral chart completed by the student.

Beginning Watercolor Workshop
Course ID: 3777   Location: 1727 Church St., Freeport
Class Dates: Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25   W
Class Time: 6:30-8:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Aug. 30
Fee: $140.00
Each session consists of a short lecture, a demo, student exercises, creative time, and helpful critiques. Basics include subject selection, composition, color theory, and special watercolor techniques. Hopefully each student will create at least one "masterpiece" during the workshop. Since studio time is limited, I encourage you to work at home and bring your paintings to class for review and critique. Class maximum of 10 students to allow individual attention. Printed handouts are provided each session to allow for catch-ups for missed sessions and to provide reference material for future use.

Being in Australia
Course ID: 3820   Location: H-208
Class Dates: Oct. 10, 17, 24   T
Class Time: 7:00-8:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 3
Fee: $59.00
This class takes a closer look at what it would be like to visit or live in Australia without the 20 hour flight. It explores a short history of Australia and it's holidays, it's geography including seasons and the different plants and animals. It covers the major occupations, political parties and religions of Australia. Time will be spent covering some of the Australian slang. It will also cover the education system and major sports played in Australia including Cricket, Rugby, and Aussies Rules Football. This class will also cover some of the differences between life in Illinois and life in Australia.

Card Making A
Course ID: 3758   Location: F-062
Class Dates: Aug. 23, Sept. 6, 20, Oct. 4   W
Class Time: 6:00-8:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Aug. 16
Fee: $30.00
Create your own greeting cards and paper projects! You will create three to four projects each class using new tools and many different card folds. No project duplicated! Materials you must bring are adhesive, precision scissors, ruler and pencil. A $25.00 materials fee paid to the instructor on the first night covers all materials for the four weeks! For the beginner or experienced crafter.

Card Making B
Course ID: 3760   Location: F-062
Class Dates: Aug. 25, Sept. 8, 22, Oct. 6   F
Class Time: 9:30-12:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Aug. 18
Fee: $30.00
See Course ID 3758 for description.

Card Making C
Course ID: 3761   Location: F-062
Class Dates: Aug. 30, Sept. 13, 27, Oct. 11   W
Class Time: 6:00-8:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Aug. 23
Fee: $30.00
See Course ID 3758 for description.

Ceramics-Beginner to Intermediate Wheel Throwing & Hand Building
Course ID: 3764   Location: F-053
Class Dates: Aug. 17, 24, 31, Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5   Th
Class Time: 6:00-9:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Aug. 10
Fee: $145.00
This is an open course for people interested in working with clay who have no previous experience, and students who would like the studio time and instruction to improve and build on existing skills. Instruction will include both step by step projects for the beginner, and assistance with independent projects for the intermediate students. There will be plenty of self-directed project time and students can choose to focus on hand building or wheel throwing. Please bring a basic pottery tool kit; one may be purchased at the J. Rosemary Shockey Bookstore for $12.00. Course Fee includes the cost of the clay.

Ceramics-Beginner to Intermediate Wheel Throwing & Hand Building
Course ID: 3774   Location: F-053
Class Dates: Oct. 16, 23, 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20   M
Class Time: 6:00-9:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 10
Fee: $120.00
Continue building your skills. This is an open course for people interested in working with clay who have no previous experience, and students who would like the studio time and instruction to improve and build on existing skills. Instruction will include both step by step projects for the beginner, and assistance with independent projects for the intermediate students. There will be plenty of self-directed project time and students can choose to focus on hand building or wheel throwing. Please bring a basic pottery tool kit; one may be purchased at the J. Rosemary Shockey Bookstore for $12.00. Course Fee includes the cost of the clay.

Dance Private One-On-One Session
Course ID: 0   Location: YMCA Multi-Purpose Room
Class Dates: TBD   TBD
Class Time: TBD
Registration Deadline: TBD
Fee: $55.00
Have a special event you and a partner want to excel at a dance? Or want to improve your dance prowess without taking a class? Then this individual session taught by a professional instructor is for you. Sign up then the instructor will contact you for a mutually agreed on time and location for the class.

Death in the White House
Course ID: 3821   Location: H-208
Class Dates: Sept. 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3   T
Class Time: 7:00-8:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 5
Fee: $75.00
This class takes a closer look at the deaths and near deaths of the Presidents that have occurred while they were in office. It covers the four natural deaths of Harrison, Taylor, Harding and FDR. It also covers the four assassinations of Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley and Kennedy. It also takes a look at the near deaths of Wilson and near assassination of Reagan.

Discuss The Jungle by U. Sinclair
Course ID: 3779   Location: H-127
Class Dates: Aug. 24, 31, Sept. 7   Th
Class Time: 6:00-7:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Aug. 17
Fee: $32.50
This class will discuss the Upton Sinclair book, The Jungle, in it's entirety while also learning about U.S. urban life in early 1900's. This class will use slides, articles, and pictures to teach an understanding of the conditions, life, and impact of the era.

Geography-U.S. Compared to the World
Course ID: 3780   Location: H-127
Class Dates: Oct. 3, 10, 17   T
Class Time: 6:00-7:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 26
Fee: $32.50
This class will allow you to view and understand cultures from around the world. We will dissect practices and traditions of those in the U.S. and from around the globe including food, marriage traditions, clothing, economy, technology, etc.

Hello Fall DIY Sign Workshop
Course ID: 3823   Location: Wishful Acres
Class Dates: Sept. 21   Th
Class Time: 6:00-9:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 14
Fee: $40.00
Come and enjoy a night out with Meier Design House at Wishful Acres making this fun sign to decorate your home for the fall season. All supplies and materials are included in the cost. Sign is approximately 18” X 18” and may vary from picture. Homemade root beer will be available for purchase.

How to Raise Polite Children in Today's World
Course ID: 3796   Location: INTNET
Class Dates: Sept. 20   W
Class Time: 6:30-8:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 13
Fee: $20.00
Learn how to gain control of your children through love and teaching. Do you want more for your children? Learn the necessities behind teaching them boundaries and responsibilities from a young age.

How to Raise Polite Children in Today's World
Course ID: 3797   Location: Warren Public Library
Class Dates: Sept. 27   W
Class Time: 6:30-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 20
Fee: $20.00
Learn how to gain control of your children through love and teaching. Do you want more for your children? Learn the necessities behind teaching them boundaries and responsibilities from a young age. This class will be held at the Warren Public Library.

How to Trade Stocks and Bonds
Course ID: 3776   Location: T-159
Class Dates: Oct. 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14   T
Class Time: 6:00-7:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 17
Fee: $50.00
Do you trade stocks online? How do you decide which stocks to purchase and which ones to sell? This class will help you develop and maintain a stock trading system using both fundamental and technical analysis. The goal of this class is to help you make better trading decisions that will lead to better performance returns. Give a person a stock pick and you feed them for a day. Teach a person how to pick stocks and you feed them for a lifetime.

Intro to Culinary Arts
Course ID: 3825   Location: St. John's United Church of Christ
Class Dates: Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Nov. 6   M
Class Time: 4:00-6:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 25
Fee: $170.00
A condensed introductory culinary arts course focused on these core principles of food preparation: knife skills, cooking techniques, balancing flavors, vegetable cookery, protein cookery, and culinary creativity. Students are encouraged to bring containers for food storage as all food prepared in class is theirs’ to keep.

Introducing Genetic Genealogy
Course ID: 3786   Location: Freeport Public Library
Class Dates: Sept. 19, 26   T
Class Time: 6:00-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 12
Fee: $39.00
This introductory course will help participants understand genetic genealogy (DNA tests for ethnicity) and discuss how to make the most of DNA test results to further your family trees. Participants who already have DNA ethnicity test results should bring a printout of those results for in-class discussion. A brief discussion of the value of different tests and testing companies will also be included in the course.

Introduction to Beekeeping
Course ID: 3800   Location: H-117
Class Dates: Sept. 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17   T
Class Time: 7:00-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 5
Fee: $42.00
Allen Reed has been a backyard beekeeper for nine years. Join him as he shares some of the pitfalls and joys of this ancient yet modern craft-art-science-hobby-business. In class he will discuss the history of beekeeping, the life cycle of the honeybee, and management of hives throughout the year. He will also discuss modern equipment choices, honey extraction, sales, and of course, sample some of the sweet rewards of beekeeping. No equipment or experience needed.

Metal Detecting Tips for Beginners
Course ID: 3817   Location: T-159
Class Dates: Sept. 5   T
Class Time: 6:00-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Aug. 29
Fee: $26.00
Are you curious about the increasingly popular hobby of metal detecting? Or do you already have a metal detector, but aren't sure how to use it? This two-hour workshop will help you get digging for your first targets before you know it. You'll learn about the functions of the detector, useful accessories, how to find the best hunting spots, and metal detecting etiquette. The instructor will demonstrate how to adjust the settings depending on the type of detecting you are doing and the target you are looking for. If you have a metal detector, bring it to class. If you don't, you'll have a chance to swing one of the instructors detectors to locate and dig a target. Class will be held in the large, open grassy area straight west of the YMCA Child Care Center on Highland's campus. In the event of inclement weather, class will be held indoors.

Next Steps Genealogy
Course ID: 3818   Location: Freeport Public Library
Class Dates: Nov. 7, 14   T
Class Time: 6:00-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 31
Fee: $39.00
This course is for those who have already begun to develop their family trees and need ideas for breaking through obstacles or just want additional avenues to learn more about their ancestors. Participants with issues in furthering their family trees should bring one or two examples to class.

Online Classes Ed2Go
Course ID: 0   Location: TBD
Class Dates: Aug. 14 - Dec. 8   TBD
Class Time: TBD
Registration Deadline: Varies
Fee: $99.00
Through the HCC Business Institute, we offer a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely over the Internet. All of our courses are led by expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you. For a list of classes and exact fees go to: http://www.ed2go.com/highland/

Pics on My Phone--Now What?
Course ID: 3793   Location: T-161
Class Dates: Sept. 6, 13   W
Class Time: 6:30-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Aug. 30
Fee: $39.00
Got great pictures on your phone, tablet, or digital camera now what? Learn how to transfer those images to your computer or laptop, edit them, and share them on social media or even just through email.

Private One-on-One 2nd Person
Course ID: 0   Location: TBD
Class Dates: TBD   TBD
Class Time: TBD
Registration Deadline: TBD
Fee: $75.00
This is for the second person for the Private One-on-One Session course.

Private One-on-One Session
Course ID: 0   Location: TBD
Class Dates: TBD   TBD
Class Time: TBD
Registration Deadline: TBD
Fee: $195.00
If you have a new camera, or just want a one-on-one session to learn the controls for an upcoming trip, this two-hour session may be for you. Topics can also include post-processing, to help you get started, or to finally get over that hump and get something done. Once registered, we will contact you to establish a time and topic that works for everyone. This is a great gift for the photographer in your family. Add a second person for only $75.

Resume Building
Course ID: 3819   Location: Warren Public Library
Class Dates: Sept. 12   T
Class Time: 6:00-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 5
Fee: $10.00
Bring the information for your resume (work experience, education, references) and leave with information to complete a resume ready to submit for any job. The first hour learn about quality resumes, the second hour you will be working on your own resume.

Selling on Ebay
Course ID: 3790   Location: T-159
Class Dates: Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26   Th
Class Time: 6:30-8:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 28
Fee: $64.00
Have someone else's treasures in your house? Turn your extra stuff in someone else's treasures by selling on eBay. This seasoned eBay seller will offer tips and tricks to increase your selling price and success.

Sociology and Humans
Course ID: 3781   Location: H-127
Class Dates: Sept. 14, 21, 28   Th
Class Time: 6:00-7:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 7
Fee: $32.50
This class will give a better understanding of why humans act the way they do. We will be looking at different social experiments and also conducting our own in the classroom. Discussion and intuitive thinking will be major components of the class.

Starting Out in Astronomy
Course ID: 3767   Location: Doug Firebaugh Observatory
Class Dates: Sept. 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3   T
Class Time: 7:00-9:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 5
Fee: $52.50
Through a mixture of lectures, discussions, and hands-on activities, this course will provide a foundation for those interested in the science and hobby of astronomy and understanding the night sky.

W.W. II in the Pacific
Course ID: 3822   Location: H-208
Class Dates: Nov. 7, 14, 21   T
Class Time: 7:00-8:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 31
Fee: $59.00
This class takes a closer look at W.W. II in the Pacific. It covers life on a ship, command structure, Navy terms and types of warships used by both the US and Japan. It examines the cultural background of Japan and the US before the war. It looks at the events that led to Pearl Harbor. Time will be spent reviewing certain battles including Pearl Harbor, Bataan, Coral Sea, Midway, Guadalcanal, Tarawa, New Guinea, Leyte, Iwo Jima and Okinawa. Use of the A-bomb will be discussed. The class will also examine the view of Japan toward the war today and its effect on Asian neighbors.

Want to Become a Foster Parent
Course ID: 3778   Location: INTNET
Class Dates: Sept. 13   W
Class Time: 6:30-8:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Sept. 6
Fee: $20.00
Help for those thinking about becoming a foster parent. Ask all those questions you cannot find the answers for and realize you have questions you had not thought of yet. Get an experienced foster mom's view of what it's like.

Wedding Dance Choreography
Course ID: 0   Location: YMCA Multi-Purpose Room
Class Dates: TBD   TBD
Class Time: TBD
Registration Deadline: TBD
Fee: $50.00
Choreographed wedding dances are viral on YouTube. Create and perform your own memorable choreographed wedding dance with the help of a professional dance instructor.

Wire Wrapped Pendant
Course ID: 3787   Location: H-117
Class Dates: Nov. 15   W
Class Time: 6:00-9:00 PM
Registration Deadline: Nov. 8
Fee: $25.00
In this class you will learn how to make a wire-wrapped pendant, ready to hang on your favorite necklace. A few basic styles will be taught, along with various techniques to add variation and style. No heat or power tools needed - just hand tools and wire. Ready-to-wrap pendants will be available to select the night of the class, you can bring your own from home, or you can visit instructor Art Dawson's booth at the Northwest Illinois Rock Club's 2017 Jewelry, Gem, Fossil and Mineral Show on November 11 and 12th at Highland Community College and purchase a pendant to wrap. Wire will be provided. Please bring your own hand tools: smooth-faced round-nose pliers, smooth-faced flat-nose pliers and side cutters. A few tools will be available for your use. Students can expect to complete one pendant in class and learn the skills to create limitless pendants at home.

Professional Development

Facebook for Business
Course ID: 3795   Location: T-161
Class Dates: Oct. 10, 11   T/W
Class Time: 6:00-7:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Oct. 3
Fee: $74.00
Facebook for business will introduce some of the core concepts of building, managing and marketing your business or organization on Facebook. Fee includes the textbook. Please have your Facebook page created.