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					     Warren Forest Higher Education Council

     Spring Schedule

     Hi-Ed
                                                  January
                EST.
                1984                               to May
                                                   2012
     College & University Center

       professional         opportunities
                                   employment       credit
convenient ged testing
                                                 courses
                                          recruitment

          best
          the       certification         diploma program
      labor &
      industry
     career                                are here
college degrees   trainings
    education job skills   application       information
                                                          review
                                                            success

                scholarships school to work growth
          effective              job shadow
                        explore personal enrichment
                    preparation


     A Catalog of Professional &
     Personal Programs
                                                Call 814-723-3222

     College Degrees                          6-8, 13-16, 31
     Job Skills Training             2, 4, 11, 17-23, 27, 32
     GED & Diploma Program                            28-29
     School to Work                                       30
     Personal Enrichment                        9-10, 24-25

     Your Access to Lifelong Learning at www.hi-ed.org
                 Hi-Ed Spring 2012 Schedule




                                	 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,	
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                                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	
                                How to Get Started:
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       Hi-Ed Spring 2012 Schedule
 Warren Forest Higher Education Council
                 The College and University Center in Warren

                                                              Register Early!
                                                         814-723-3222
                                                      Visit us online www.hi-ed.org
Hi-Ed is located on the Warren State
Hospital Grounds at:
589 Hospital Drive, Suite F                      Please register early to
Waren, PA 16365                                  assure a seat in the class
Office Hours:                                    you wish to enroll!
September 5-December 22                          You	will	not	be	registered	for	a	class	until	
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.               payment	is	received.	Minimum	enrollment	
Summer Office Hours:                             must	be	met	before	the	class	can	run.	
May 25-August 31                                 Students	will	be	notified	by	phone	or	mail,	
Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.             if	the	class	is	cancelled.	Hi-Ed	reserves	
Friday, 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.                      the	right	to	withdraw,	cancel,	reschedule,	
                                                 or	modify	any	course	or	program	of	study.
Course Catalog: Published three times
an academic year, fall, spring and summer.
Issue II – January-May 2012                      2011-2012 Board of Directors –
                                                 Mrs. Alice Pedersen, Chair
Staff –                                          Mrs. Amanda Hetrick, Vice Chair
Joan Stitzinger, Executive Director              Dr. John Sechriest, Secretary
Donna Smith, Program Manager                     Mr. Robert Kaemmerer, Treasurer
John Lasher, School to Work Coordinator          Mr. William Gallagher, Immediate Past Chair
Beverly Whited, Communications Specialist        Mr. Daniel Blair, Mr. Robert Crowley,
Cathy McCorrison, Secretary-Receptionist         Mr. John Kersey, Mr. Gregory LaRocca,
Peggy Haslet, Evening Staff Assistant            Mrs. Dru Schoenborn, Mr. Kevin Sprong,
Elke Elder, Evening Staff Assistant              Dr. Robert Terrill


 Directions to Hi-Ed from Route 62
                                             Driving South from New York – Turn left
                                             on to the Warren State Hospital Grounds at
                                             the traffic light in front of the Warren Commons /
                                             Warren State Hospital entrances. At the
                                             three-way stop on Hospital Drive, turn left
                                             and continue to the *Curwen Building.
                                             Driving North from Warren – Turn right on
                                             to the Warren State Hospital Grounds at the
                                             traffic light in front of the Warren Commons /
                                             Warren State Hospital entrances. At the three
                                             way stop, turn left on to Hospital Drive and
                                             continue to the *Curwen Building.
                                             *Curwen Building – Traveling north on
                                             Hospital Drive, Curwen is the fourth building
                                             on the left. Hi-Ed parking and entrance
                                             are located on the upper side, north of the
                                             building.


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                                                                                                                                                                               Houghton College P.A.C.E..................14


Quick L                                                                                                                                                                    k   Wilkes University ...................................15
                                                                                                                                                                                 Master of Science in Education
                                                                                                                                                                                 Development & Strategies
   Contents                                                                                                                                                                       Integrating Technology into the curriculum
   Here’s a quick look at the course
                                                                                                                                                                               BC3 @ Upper Allegheny .......................16
   offerings provided through Warren
                                                                                                                                                                                   Accounting for Managers
   Forest Higher Education Council.
                                                                                                                                                                                   Business Ethics
                                                                                                                                                                                   Business Leadership
                                                                                                                                                                                   Developmental English
                                                                                                                                                                                   Employment Law
                                                                                                                                                                                   English I
                                                                                                                                                                                   General Psychology
                                                                                                                                                                                   Heath Science
                                                                                                                                                                                   Intermediate Algebra
                                                                                                                                                                                   Intro to Art
                                                                                                                                                                                   Recent U.S. History
College Degrees                                                                                                                                                                    Prep. Algebra
Jamestown Community College ... 6-12                                                                                                                                               Prep. Math
General Information .....................................6                                                                                                                         Principles of Management
  Daytime Credit Courses ...................... 7-8                                                                                                                                Technical Writing
   Allied Health Chemistry ........................7
   Allied Health Chemistry Review .........7                                                                                                                                   St. Bonaventure University .................31
                                                                                                                                                                                 Warren County Schools
   Early Childhood Development .............7
                                                                                                                                                                                  Dual Enrollment Program
   Elementary Algebra ................................7
   English Composition II ..........................7
   General Psychology ................................8
   Health/Safety/Nutrition/Child ..............7
   Medical Terminology .............................8
   Microcomputer Applications I ..............7
   Phlsphy/Tchnqs-Early Childhood ........7
   Problem Solving with Mathematics .....8
   Writing About Literature .......................7
  Evening Credit Courses ...........................8
   Elementary Statistics ..............................8
   English Composition I............................8
   Intro to Sociology ....................................8
   Life Span Development ..........................8
   Nutrition...................................................8
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   Principals of Financial Accounting.......8
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Gannon University ................................13
                        Master of Business Administration
                                                                                               on your own terms!




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                        Master of Education
                         Curriculum and Instruction
                         Global Business
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                         Leadership and Business Ethics
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Job Skills Training                                               Job Skills Training .................................23
                                                                   Auto Inspection
Jamestown Community College ... 6-12                               Basic Machining
JCC Registration Form ...............................12            Home Repair
  Skills Development................................11             Medical Terminology
   Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended                                    Small Engine Repair
   Build and Win a Shed!                                           Welding
   FaceBook for Beginners
   Stress Management                                            GED & Diploma
   Time Building                                                Intermediate Unit #5..................................28
                                                                  GED Preparation and Skill Review
Edinboro University ..............................18
  PA Keys Approved Professional                                 Warren Forest Hi-Ed Council ............ 28-29
  Child Care Classes                                              GED Exam ................................................29
   Classroom Assessment                                           Adult Diploma Program ........................28
   Communicating with Children
   Positive Disciple: How can it work?
                                                                School to Work
   Working with 5-12 year-olds                                  Warren Forest Hi-Ed Council
                                                                 School to Work Partnership ............30
Manufacturer & Business Association....20                           Career Education Activities and Events
  Supervisory Skills Series
                                                                Personal Enrichment
McKissock Education........................................21   Jamestown Community College ... 6-12
  Continuing Education Online Classes
                                                                JCC Registration Form ...............................12
University of Pittsburgh, Bradford...........19                   JCC PrimeTime Series ....................... 9-10
                                                                   Archiving Family Records Locally
    Conflict Management at Work,
                                                                   Cooking for 1 or 2
     at Home and at Play                                           Early Days in Warren County
    PowerPoint 2010                                                Designing Your Own Headstone
    Recruiting and Maintaining Your                                Family Tree Maker 2012
      Volunteer Workforce                                          Ghost Stories of Warren County
    The Wilderness Act of 1964 and the                             Going Down Memory Lane
      Allegheny National Forest                                    “In a Pigs’s Eye!”
                                                                   Moguls, Mansions and Memories
Venango Technology Center ..............17                         Nutrition and Heart Disease
  Practical Nursing Program
                                                                Warren Forest Hi-Ed Council
Warren Forest Hi-Ed Council ............ 22-30                  Personal Enrichment............................ 24-25
 General Information ..................................3          Registration Form ....................................26
Registration Form .......................................26        Beginning Watercolor Painting
                                                                   Italian Bistro
 Daytime Computer Courses .................22
                                                                   Mexican Fiesta
 Concepts of Publisher                                            Sport Psychology
 QuickBooks I, II                                                    Performance Enhancement Techniques
 Evening Computer Courses ............ 22-23                         Personal Growth and Development
   Buying and Selling on eBay                                        Leadership and Team Dynamics
   Excel I, II                                                     SAT Prep for high school students
   QuickBooks I, II                                                The Land Gardens of Claude Monet
   Windows                                                         The Water Gardens of Claude Monet
   Word I, II                                                      Zumba


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                  Jamestown Community College
                  Warren Center
                                               The college reserves
Warren Center Information                   the right to make, at
                                            any time, any changes it
Classes begin: January 17, 2012             deems advisable in the
Classes end: May 14, 2012                   tuition, fees, or policies
Final exams: May 15-17, 2012                listed.
A special advisement orientation
session will be conducted for first
                                               Financial Information:
time, full-time spring semester                      (Credit Courses Only)
students from 8:30-12:00 p.m. on
January 12 at the JCC Warren Center.        Tuition:
Pre-registration is required. For more      *Non-N.Y. State residents, plus fees, tentative.
information, call (814) 723-3577.           Full-time: $3,900 per semester*
                                            Part-time: $294 per credit hour*
Placement test dates: All students          Technology Fee: $5 per credit hour
are required to take the English and
Math placement assessment before            per semester.
registering for classes. For information    Tuition Refund Policy:
and registration, visit                       Contact the Warren Center office
http://www.sunyjcc.edu/placementtesting     for refund information. Refunds are
  November 7         9:30 a.m.              based on the date withdrawal forms
  November 15        5:30 p.m.              are completed and filed with the
  December 7         9:30 a.m.              registrar’s office. First-time students
  January 4          5:30 p.m.              receiving Title IV financial assistance will
                                            be refunded according to the Higher
  January 10         9:30 a.m.
                                            Education Amendments Act of 1992.
Holidays: (no classes)
  President’s Day: February 20-21           Textbook Sales:
  Spring recess: April 4-April 15             Textbooks can be purchased at
  College Holiday: April 6                  Jamestown Community College main
                                            campus book store, or online at
     For more information: call             http://campusstore.sunyjcc.edu.
         (814) 723-3577                     Financial Aid for Part-time
              or e-mail:                    Students:
 TerrieEricson@mail.sunyjcc.edu, or            Financial aid is available to eligible
        visit our Web site at:              part-time students who plan to enroll
       http:/www.sunyjcc.edu                in three or more credit hours through
                                            PELL, a federal program and through
              Toll Free:                    the Warren Forest Hi- Ed scholarship.
     (All N.Y. locations and offices)
                                            Applications for this program are also
         1-800-388-8557                     available in the Hi-Ed Council. Pa.
Warren Center Information                   students attending Warren and
Office Hours:                               Jamestown campuses are also eligible
  Monday through Thursday                   for PHEAA funds. FAFSA applications
                                            are to be completed online at
  8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
                                            www.fafsa.gov.
Advisement and Registration:
  Academic and career counseling is         Valid Master Card, Visa, and Discover cards
offered Wednesdays by appointment.          are accepted for payment of all classes.
Call 723-3577, for appointment              Online payment plans are also
availability.                               available at www.sunyjcc.edu.

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Credit Courses
Refer to the JCC Web site or Master
Schedule for prerequisite information and
course descriptions.
                                            EDU 1260:
                                            Health/Safety/Nutrition/
  DAYTIME OFFERINGS                         Child
                                            CRN: 3896, 1-credit hour
CHE 1530:                                   Tuesday/Thursday
Allied Health Chemistry                     11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
CRN: 4077, 3-credits hours                  Instructor: Lisa Graf
Tuesday/Thursday                            This class is taught via Interactive
4:05-5:20 p.m.                              TV technology between Dunkirk and
Instructor: Diana Carpenter                 the Warren Center. (Class meets
Students should also register for           February 23-March 27)
Review session below.                       EDU 2510:
CERC 1530:                                  Phlsphy/Tchnqs-Early
Allied Health Chemistry                     Childhood
Review                                      CRN: 4071, 3-credit hours
CRN: 4078, non-credit                       Tuesday/Thursday
Tuesday/Thursday                            10:00-11:15 a.m.
3:30-3:55 p.m.                              Instructor: Lisa Graf
Instructor: Diana Carpenter                 This course is taught via Interactive
                                            TV technology between Dunkirk and
CSC 1560:                                   the Warren Center
Microcomputer
Applications I                              ENG 1530:
CRN: 3513, 4-credit hours                   English Composition II
Monday/Wednesday                            CRN: 3396, 3-credit hours
1:15-2:55 p.m.                              Tuesday/Thursday
Instructor: Jean McGowan                    10:00-11:15 a.m.
                                            Instructor: Karen Weyant
EDU 1250:
Early Childhood                             ENG 1540:
Development                                 Writing About Literature
                                            CRN: 3927, 3-credit hours
CRN: 3890, 1-credit hour
                                            Tuesday/Thursday
Tuesday/Thursday
                                            8:30-9:45 a.m.
11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
                                            Instructor: Karen Weyant
Instructor: Lisa Graf
This class is taught via Interactive TV     MAT 0500:
technology between Dunkirk and the          Elementary Algebra
Warren Center. (Class meets January         CRN: 3515, 3-imputed credits
17-February 16).                            Monday/Wednesday
                                            10:00-11:15 a.m.
                                            Instructor: Sandi Skrypzak

                                                   See “Credit Courses” on page 8

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Jamestown Community College
Warren Center
Credit Courses       EVENING OFFERINGS
Continued from page 6
                                            BIO 2760:
                                            Nutrition
                                            CRN: 4061, 3-credit hours
                                            Wednesday
                                            6:00-8:45 p.m.
                                            Instructor: Dara Sterling

                                            BUS 1510:
                                            Principals of Financial
  DAYTIME OFFERINGS                         Accounting
                                            CRN: 3534, 4-credit hours
MAT 1500:                                   Monday
Problem Solving with                        6:00-9:30 p.m.
Mathematics                                 Instructor: Joan Stitzinger
CRN: 3516, 3-credit hours                   ENG 1510:
Monday/Wednesday                            English Composition I
11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.                       CRN: 3395, 3-credit hours
Instructor: Sandi Skrypzak                  Tuesday
                                            6:00-8:45 p.m.
MOT 1410:
                                            Instructor: Keith Trohoske
Medical Terminology
CRN: 3527, 3-credit hours                   MAT 1540:
Wednesday                                   Elementary Statistics
3:30-6:15 p.m.                              CRN: 3994, 3-credit hours
Instructor: Robin Giles                     Tuesday
This course is taught via Interactive       6:00-8:45 p.m.
TV technology between Jamestown
                                            Instructor: Jamie Sposato
and Warren Center.
                                            PSY 2510:
PSY 1510:
General Psychology                          Life Span Development
                                            CRN: 3542, 3-credit hours
CRN: 4119, 3-credit hours                   Thursday
Tuesday/Thursday                            6:00-8:45 p.m.
11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.                       Instructor: Charles Jaynes
Instructor: Nancy Foster
                                            SOC 1510:
                                            Intro to Sociology
        Register early!                     CRN: 3543, 3-credit hours
      Call 814-723-3577, or                 Thursday
  visit us online at www.sunyjcc.edu        6:00-8:45 p.m.
     for more information. Your             Instructor: Julia Lindsey
 registration could make a difference.


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                JCC PrimeTime Series
                                              Cooking for 1 or 2
                                              $10, 2-hours
                                              January 24, Tuesday
                                              2:00-4:00 p.m.               NEW
                                              Instructor: Sylvia Larson
                                                Demonstrates all the meals that can be
                                              prepared using one chicken. Shopping,
                                              preparing and storing individual meals
                                              will also be discussed.

                                              Nutrition and                 NEW
  Learning for Life                           Heart Disease
  Call the JCC Warren Center at               $7 each class, 2-hours per class
814-723-3577, for more information or         Wednesdays, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
                                              • Feb 8, Heart Disease & Hypertension
to register. You will not be registered
                                              • March 14, Diabetes
for a class until payment is received.        • April 11, Osteoporosis
  PrimeTime is a series of educational        Instructor: Dara Sterling, RD
and recreational opportunities                  Identifies ways to impact diseases
presented by the Warren Center of             such as diabetes, osteoporosis,
Jamestown Community College in                hypertension, and heart disease by
cooperation with the Warren County            changing dietary habits. This is not a
Historical Society and Allegheny              substitute for medical advice, and is
Community Center (ACC). *Classes will         for informational purposes only.
meet at ACC, located on second floor of the
TAWC Building, 42 Clark St., Warren, Pa.,     Design Your
unless otherwise noted. No tuition waivers.   Own
                                              Headstone
                                              $7, 2-hours
                                                                   NEW
Early Days in                                 February 15
                                              Wednesday,
Warren County                  NEW            1:00-3:00 p.m.
$7, 2-hours                                   Instructor: Greg Borland
January 18,                                     Explains materials, symbols,
Wednesday, 1:00-3:00 p.m.                     computer technology, and cemetery
Instructor: Chase Putnam                      selection in the creation and design of
  Is a pictorial look back to the days        your memorial.
of the lumbering industry and life as
residents knew it with references from        Going Down Memory Lane
the book “Old Time Tales of Warren            $7, 1-hour
County” by Arch Bristow.                      March 5
                                              Monday, 1:00-2:00 p.m.         NEW
                                              Instructor: Gary Lester
                                                 Takes participants
        Register early!                       through highlights in their lives by
                                              discussing significant events that
      Call 814-723-3577, or                   occurred at each month of the year. This
  visit us online at www.sunyjcc.edu          is not a memory game.
     for more information. Your
 registration could make a difference.
                                                See “Registration Form” on page 12.

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Jamestown Community College
Warren Center
PrimeTime Series, continued
Ghost Stories of                             Archiving Family
Warren County                 NEW                                           NEW
                                             Records Locally
$7, 1.5 hours                                $7, 2-hours
March 7                                      March 20
Wednesday, 1:00-2:30 p.m.                    Tuesday, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Instructor: Alex Watkins                     Instructor: Michelle Gray,Carl Wolf,
  Takes participants on a virtual tour of    Penny Wolboldt
Warren County’s most popular ghost tales.      Learn how textiles, artifacts, images
                                             and documents are properly archived
                                             and stored locally for easier access at
                                             the Warren County Historical Society.
                                             Gravestone etchings and Website
                                             resources for research will also be
                                             discussed. This class will be held at the
                                             Historical Society.

                                             “In a Pig’s Eye!”              NEW
                                             $7, 1-hour
                                             April 2
Family Tree                  NEW             Monday, 1:00-2:00 p.m.
Maker 2012                                   Instructor: Gary Lester
$49, 6-hours                                   What is your
March 12, 14                                 favorite expression?
Monday/Wednesday, 6:00-9:00 p.m.             Participants will
Instructor: Jean McGowan                     discuss the origins and
   You have your family tree traced and      significance of each
you are ready to organize it. Now what       expression and share
do you do? You put it on the computer        some of their own
to preserve your research and family         favorites.
history for generations to come. In this
class, you will take a “walk through         Moguls, Mansions, and
time” utilizing Family Tree Maker
software. Not only will it allow you
                                             Memories
to organize all of your research, you        $7, 1-hour                      NEW
will be able to incorporate newspaper        April 18
clippings, pictures, and gather ideas        Wednesday, 1:00-2:00 p.m.
about how to save this work for              Instructor: Adele Tranter
posterity. Additionally, you will discuss       Is personal memories of a young couple’s
proper backup procedures so that             friendship with the entrepreneurial
future generations can enjoy your work       families who made Warren a “boom town”
as well as become more proficient at         in the early 1900’s. Their mansions and
transferring or sharing information          community good deeds are still with us.
from Family Tree Maker User to Users.
This course is for the beginner to avid
users of Family Tree Maker software.
This class meets at the Warren Forest
Higher Education Council. Maximum 12.
                                              See “Registration Form” on page 12.

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                Skill Development
                                                 Stress Management
                                                 $7, 1-hour
                                                 March 12                        NEW
                                                 Monday, 12:00-1:00 p.m.
                                                 Instructor: Gary Lester
                                                    Would you like to raise your tolerance
                                                 to stress? You would? Bad idea! If you
                                                 raise your tolerance to stress, you’ll have
                                                 more stress and the repercussions can
                                                 be significant. Bring your lunch and learn
                                                 some very simple ways to lower your
Adobe Photoshop                 NEW              stress level. Some can be done in a matter
CS5 Extended                                     of seconds! Class will be held at the
                                                 Warren Forest Higher Education Council.
$75, 8-hours
January 23-February 1                            Team Building
Monday/Wednesday, 6:00-8:00 p.m.                 $7, 1-hour
Instructor: Jody Perrin                          April 16                        NEW
   Is a graphics package used to create,         Monday, 12:00-1:00 p.m.
modify, and correct pictures and images.         Instructor: Gary Lester
Students will learn to: create and import          Team-building and problem-solving are
images from other graphics applications          cornerstones for success in any endeavor.
as well as scanned images; merge and edit        Bring your lunch and learn the needed skills
color images; create original artwork            through a variety of zany games and
and collages for print media and the Web;        exercises. Once you’ve experienced this fun
use zoom, understand resolution, modify          workshop, you can teach the skills to others
image sizes, crop out unnecessary areas;         and have even more fun learning with your
select quickly and accurately; eliminate         group! Class will be held at the Warren
clutter background; adjust colors in specific    Forest Higher Education Council.
areas; use specialized tools such as an
airbrush for touch ups, create eye-catching      Build and Win a Shed!
text; use layers to save time; and learn         $75, 8-hours
to use tools in the toolbox palette.             April 21, Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Class will be held at the Warren Forest          1/2 hr. lunch on own
Higher Education Council.                        Instructor: Don Nelson
                                                    Wouldn’t it be great to have some extra
FaceBook for Beginners                           storage space on your property and have
$29, 3-hours                                     the know-how to build it? Come learn
February 22
                             NEW
                                                 construction basics, take part in the design
Wednesday, 6:00-9:00 p.m.                        and planning process, then put your
Instructor: Jean McGowan                         knowledge to use to build a functional
  Learn to set up your personal page,            4x8 utility shed. At the end of the class we’ll
navigate and revise your information,            conduct a drawing for one lucky apprentice
manage and understand privacy settings,          to take home the finished project! This
integrate photos, respond to messages,           class is for beginners or those with minimal
play games and more. Class will be held          building experience. Students should bring
at the Warren Forest Higher Education            safety glasses and work gloves and be
Council.                                         dressed appropriately as the hands-on
                                                 activities will be outside. This class is
                                                 limited to 10 students and is done is
                                                 partnership with Ace Hardware in Warren.
  See “Registration Form” on page 12.            Class will be held at ACE Hardware.

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                   JCC Registration Form
Students will be notified by phone, if class is cancelled. JCC reserves the right
to withdraw, cancel, reschedule, or modify any course or program of study.
Please note: Tuition costs include lab fees and any instructional materials.
Payment is required upon registration. Minimum enrollment must be met for
class to run.
                                             CANCELLATION POLICY:
Bring or mail this registration to:            No shows without cancellation
  JCC Warren Center                          notification are subject to the full
  589 Hospital Drive, Suite F                registration fee. Cancellations three (3)
  Warren, PA 16365                           business days or more prior to
  Phone: 814-723-3577                        class date will receive full refunds.
                                             Cancellations less than three (3)
Name ____________________________            business days prior to class date will
                                             receive a credit towards another
Street Address____________________           registration.
City/State/Zip ____________________
Telephone ________________________
                                                     Register early!
                                                   Call 814-723-3577, or
E-mail Address ___________________             visit us online at www.sunyjcc.edu
Date of Birth* ______/ ______/ _______            for more information. Your
                                              registration could make a difference.
*required to process registration.

Please check the seminar(s) you plan to attend:
JCC PrimeTime Series                         Skill Development
q Early Days in                              q	
                                              Adobe Photoshop        $75 _____
  Warren County            $7     _____
                                             q	
                                              FaceBook for Beginners $29 _____
q
	 Cooking for 1 or 2      $10     _____
                                             q	
                                              Stress Management       $7 _____
Nutrition and Heart Disease
                                             q	 Building
                                              Team                    $7 _____
 q Heart Disease and
    Hypertension.          $7     _____      q	 and Win a Shed $75 _____
                                              Build
 q Diabetes                $7     _____       Total from Column 1                  _____
 q Osteoporosis            $7     _____       Total from Column 2                  _____
q
	 Design Your Own                            Total Amount                          _____
  Headstone                $7     _____
q Going Down                                 Payment must accompany registration.
  Memory Lane              $7     _____      Make checks payable to:
	 Ghost Stories of
q                                            Jamestown Community College, (JCC)
  Warren County            $7     _____
q
	 Family Tree Maker 2012 $49      _____       For personal security purposes, JCC has
                                             adopted a policy that we will no longer
q
	 Archiving Family                           accept credit card payments via fax or mail.
  Records Locally          $7     _____
                                             You are welcome to call 814-723-3577, or
q “In a Pig’s Eye!”        $7     _____      stop by our office to pay with a credit card.
	 Moguls, Mansions and
q                                            Thank you for your understanding.
	 Memories
	                      $7 _____
 Total from Column 1              _____

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                    Gannon University
                    Graduate Courses
                                Believe in the possibilities
                                      For more information, contact
                                    the Office of Graduate Admissions
                               814-871-7474 or 1-800-GANNON-U
                                 Visit	us	online	at	www.gannon.edu

                                                 Master of Business
                                                  Administration
                                           Warren Cohort VI
     Master of Education                   GMBA 681
    Curriculum and Instruction             Global Business
                                           3-credits
Warren Cohort VIII                         Thursdays
GEDU 602 8R                                January 5-March 8, 2012
Portfolio                                  5:30-9:00 p.m. at Hi-Ed
1-credit                                   Instructor: Dr. Gary P. Mahan
Saturdays                                  Prerequisties: GMBA501, 531, 571
January 7-May 12, 2012                       This course is an advanced survey
By arrangement                             of the field of Global Business that
Instructor: Dr. F. Grandinetti             exposes the student to all the major is-
  The orientation provides a               sues arising from conducting business
developmental structure to complete        activities across national boundaries.
an applied Master’s Portfolio(AMP).
The AMP contains comprehensive             GMBA 686
documentation of authentic                 Leadership and Business
achievement based on continuing            Ethics
review, reflection and refinement          3-credits
of selected educational topics or
                                           Thursdays
themes that have been developed
and refined throughout the M.Ed.           March 15-May 17, 2012
program. The final concentration of        5:30-9:00 p.m. at Hi-Ed
this course will be the preparation for    Instructor: Professor Tom Comstock
an oral presentation of the completed      Prerequisites: GMBA531, 631
Master’s AMP.                                A study of leadership theory and
                                           how it impacts relationships in the
                                           organization and organizational
                                           performance. This course will provide
                                           a critical investigation of the ethical
                                           issues associated with decision making.




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Now is the time to
finish your bachelor
degree.
Invest in yourself.                          Set up an appointment,
                                                 or stop by for an
P.A.C.E. Adult
                                               impromptu visit for
Degree Completion                            one of the events below
Program                                        to learn more about
Complete your degree in as little
as 17 months, without sacrificing
                                                    P.A.C.E.
your current job or quality time              November 10: Information
with your family. If you have about              Session 6:00 p.m.
two years of college credit and are
23 years of age or older, P.A.C.E.            December 8: Open House
(Program for Accelerating College                 4:00-7:00 p.m.
Education) can put you on the fast
track toward growing your career.             January 12: Open House
                                                  4:00-7:00 p.m.
 • Attend class one evening per
   week, taking one course at a time.          February 9, Information
                                                 Session 6:00 p.m.
 • No textbook fees or expenses.
 • Attend classes at the conveniently                  	in	the	
   located Jamestown, N.Y. Campus               Carnahan	Center	on	the	
   of JCC.                                   JCC	Campus	in	Jamestown,	N.Y.
 • Full-time status allows Federal
   and State Financial Aid to those
   who are eligible.

 • Compete for the jobs you want.
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 • Don’t let your lack of a college            1-888-874-7223, or visit
   degree hold back your plans for
                                              www.houghton.edu/pace
   the future.
 • An established and respected
   program from a nationally ranked
                                                   Classes start
   institution.                                    March 1, 2012




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Graduate Degrees for Teachers
	 Wilkes	University	is	bringing	its	       requires	18	credits	of	Wilkes	core	
Master	of	Science	in	Educational	          courses	plus	12	credits	of	Wilkes	
Development	and	Strategies	(EDS)	          Educational	Computing	courses.
and	Classroom	Technology	programs	         	 Tuition	is	currently	$395	per	credit	
to	Warren.		Each	program	requires	         plus	a	$70	facilities	use	fee	per	course.	
30	credits.	The	EDS	program	requires	      Tuition	for	the	2011-12	academic	year
18	credits	of	Wilkes	core	courses	plus	    will	be	set	in	July.	Tuition	is	due	within
12	credits	of	courses	taken	through	       30	days	after	each	course	ends.	No	
Performance	Learning	Systems	(PLS).		      down	payment	or	reimbursement	
The	Classroom	Technology	program	          form	is	required.


                          SPRING 2012 COURSE
Integrating Technology into the curriculum, ED 585
Saturdays, January 21; February 11; March 3, 24; April 14, 28
from 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Instructor: Lisa Franklin
	 The	course	will	present	models	of	instructional	design	to	provide	a	theoretical	
framework	in	the	application	and	integration	of	microcomputer	technology	into	
the	K-12	curriculum.	Participants	will	develop	a	portfolio	of	computer-generated	
materials	for	their	classroom.




 For more information, contact:




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               Start Your Education @ BC3
  Butler County Community College – BC3 @ Upper Allegheny




               Spring 2012 Course Schedule
   COURSE TITLE                                     DAY/TIME                              LOCATION                CREDITS
   Arts
   Intro to Art                                                                           Online+                    3
   Accounting
   Accounting for Managers                                                                Online+                    3
   Business
   Employment Law                                                                         Online+                    3
   Principles of Management                                                               Online+                    3
   Business Ethics                                                                        Online+                    3
   Business Leadership                                                                    Online+                    3
   English
   Developmental English                            T/TH 6:00-8:05 p.m.                   Jeff Tech•                 4*
   English I                                                                              Online+                    3**
   Technical Writing                                                                      Online+                    3
   Health
   Health Science                                                                         Online+                    3
   History
   Recent U.S. History                                                                    Online+                    3
   Psychology
   General Psychology                                                                     Online+                    3
   Mathematics
   Prep Algebra                                     T/TH 6:30-7:55 p.m.                   Jeff Tech•                 3*
   Intermediate Algebra                                                                   Online                     3**
   Prep Math                                        T/TH 4:30-5:55 p.m.                   Jeff Tech•                 3*
   * Institutional Credits Only ** Placement Testing Required + Online Orientation is Required of All New BC3 Online Students
            • Jeff Tech is located in Reynoldsville, Pa. With minimum enrollment of 5 students, classes will be held at
                                       the Warren Forest Higher Education Council in Warren.




    Contact Mary Jo Zubrod
    814-779-1448 or
    maryjo.zubrod@bc3.edu or
    Jill Martin Rend 814-590-9952




                                        Register Now
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                    Become a Nurse
                                                   • Hospitals
                                                   • Nursing Homes
                                                   • Doctors’ offices and clinics
                                                   • Home health care
                                                   • Private duty

    Recruiting Now for Class Starting August 2012

Practical Nursing
Program
Venango Technology Center is
accepting applications for their Practical
Nursing Program in Warren.
                                                    Venango Technology Center
The program is one academic year in
length from August to June. Approximately                Call 814-406-0075
50% of the time is spent in clinical practice      for	an	application	or	more	information.
and 50% in the classroom. Clinical                Classes start August 2012
experience is received at several local           Practical Nursing
health care facilities. Graduates are eligible      • High School Diploma or GED is
to take the State Board of Nursing                    required
Licensing Examination for Practical Nurses.         • 11-month program
                                                    • Tuition for 2012-2013, $10,150
Here’s how to apply.                                • Financial Aid available for
                                                      qualified applicants
  • Practical Nursing Entrance
    Examinations start in January 2012.            Apply Now!
    Call to register.
                                                   Entrance Exam and classes will be held at
  • Complete a personal interview.                   the Warren Forest Hi-Ed Council
                                                      Located on 2nd Floor, Curwen Building.
  • Submit an official high school
    transcript or copy of your GED
    diploma.
  • Submit a copy of your
    Act 34 and 151 Clearance.
                                                       589 Hospital Drive, Suite F, Warren, PA


     Visit us online at www.vtc1.org for more information.

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  EDINBORO	UNIVERSITY	
  CONTINUING	EDUCATION




Pa Keys Approved
Professional Child Care Classes
(Act 48, DPW, CEUs)

Classroom Assessment                          Working with 5-12 year-olds
Wednesday, April 11, 2012                     Saturday, May 19, 2012
5:30-8:30 p.m. at Hi-Ed                       9:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m. at Hi-Ed
Instructor: Tina Carter                       Instructor: Tina Carter



Communicating with                            Positive Disciple:
Children                                      How can it work?
Saturday, April 28, 2012                      Saturday, June 2, 2012
9:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m. at Hi-Ed                9:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m. at Hi-Ed
Instructor: Tina Carter                       Instructor: Tina Carter




  For additional information or to register,
  please contact Continuing Education
  at (814) 732-2544 or (914) 732-1420.

  Locations: Edinboro, Erie, Meadville, Online
  One	of	the	14	universities	in	Pennsylvania’s	State	System	of	Higher	Education

 Edinboro University is committed to life-long learning and community outreach


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Conflict	Management	at	
Work,	at	Home	and	at	Play
February	23,	2012
Thursday,	1:00-4:00	p.m.
$39	per	participant                             PowerPoint	2010
	 Learn	how	to	more	effectively	deal	
                                                March	21,	2012
with	conflict	by	finding	the	source	and	
                                                Wednesday,	6:00-9:00	p.m.	at	Hi-Ed
addressing	its	critical	components.	Conflict
can	arise	because	of	personality	issues,        $59	per	participant
power	struggles,	idealistic	issues	or           Instructor:	Christy	Avenali
relationship	situations;	however,	conflict      	 Discover	how	to	create	and	edit	
can	be	resolved	in	ways	that	leave	all          PowerPoint	presentations	from	scratch.
parties	satisfied.	Learn	how	to	facilitate      Learn	how	to	create	a	custom	layout	
conflict	resolution	that	leads	to	learning      for	your	slides,	apply	background	styles,
and	adapting	while	retaining	dignity	           insert	text,	graphics	and	tables,	and	add
and	respect.		                                  animation	and	sound	to	your	presentation.

Recruiting	and	                                 The	Wilderness	Act	of
Maintaining	Your	                               1964	and	the	Allegheny	
Volunteer	Workforce                             National	Forest
April	10,	2012                                  May	17,	19,	2012
Tuesday,	6:00-8:00	p.m.	at	Hi-Ed                Thursday,	6:30-9:00	p.m.	at	Hi-Ed	
$49	per	participant                             Saturday,	Guided	Hike	in	Chestnut	Ridge
	 Today’s	nonprofit	organizations	              $20	per	participant
depend	on	a	good	number	of	                     	 You	will	learn	about	the	federal	
volunteers	to	deliver	programs	and	             Wilderness	Act	of	1964,	and	how	it	relates
services,	hold	fund	raising	events	
                                                to	the	Allegheny	National	Forest	(ANF).	
and	assist	in	the	daily	functions	of	
a	busy	office.	Topics	to	be	covered	            	 You	will	view	a	documentary,	narrated
in	this	class	include:	recruiting	              by	Robert	Redford,	exploring	the	process
volunteers,	training	volunteers,	               of	adding	areas	of	federal	public	land	
matching	the	volunteer	to	the	task,	            to	America’s	National	Wilderness	
volunteer	recognition	and	dealing	with	         Preservation	System.	
volunteers	of	different	generations.		          	 On	Saturday,	you	will	take	part	in	a	
                                                guided	moderate	three-hour	hike	in
                                                Chestnut	Ridge,	a	proposed	wilderness
                                                area	west	of	Bradford	in	the	ANF.
Continuing Education &
Regional Development
CONTACT LAURIE DENNIS TODAY
300 Campus Drive, Bradford, PA 16701
(814) 362-5078 or 1-800-872-1787
(814) 362-0914 fax
                                                        LIFELONG LEARNING
contined@pitt.edu
www.upb.pitt.edu


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          Supervisory Skills Series
 Register	today!	Call	814-833-3200	or	800-815-2660.




        Great leaders aren’t born.
            They’re trained.
  The position of “supervisor” is constantly evolving, and to keep up with those
changes, it is critical for people in that role to change with it. This five-part series
teaches new and experienced supervisors the skills needed to properly motivate
and direct their teams to meet company goals, objectives and law compliance. The
emphasis is on mastering management techniques essential to the success of both
the supervisor and the company.
 All classes are held on Tuesdays at             Supervisory Skills Level III
  Hi-Ed from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.              March 6, 13
                                                 	 •	 Identifying	our	communication	
Supervisory Skills Level I                            challenges	
January 17, 24                                   	 •	 The	science	of	the	grapevine	
	 •	 The	challenges	of	supervision	              	 •	 Communicating	through	feedback	and	
	 •	 Human	motivation:	Getting	the	most	              active	listening	
     out	of	your	employees	                      	 •	 Making	meetings	work	
	 •	 The	fine	art	of	discipline	                 	 •	 Handling	instructions	and	
	 •	 Governmental	regulations:	What	                  assignments	
     supervisors	need	to	know	                   	 •	 Effective	communication	in	training
	 •	 Employee	performance	evaluations
                                                 Supervisory Skills Level IV
Supervisory Skills Level II                      April 3, 10
February 7, 14                                   	 •	 Problem-solving	techniques	that	work	
	 •	 Developing	the	leader	within	you	           	 •	 Making	better	decisions	
	 •	 The	motivational	inventory:	Learning	       	 •	 The	foundation	of	project	management
     what	works	
	 •	 Time:	Use	it	or	lose	it!	                   Supervisory Skills Level V
	 •	 Discovering	the	rewards	of	delegation	      April 24, May 1
	 •	 Interviewing:	Hiring	right	the	first	time   	   •	   Diversity	in	the	workplace
                                                 	   •	   Dealing	with	conflict	
                                                 	   •	   Stress	management	for	supervisors	
                                                 	   •	   Effective	presentation	skills	
                                                 	   •	   Goal-setting	for	supervisors

                                                     Hurry!	Class size is limited.
                                                       $295	member	per	2-day	course
                                                      $415	nonmember	per	2-day	course
                 Register	online	at	www.mbausa.org
     or	call	Daniel	Monaghan	at	814-833-3200, or	800-815-2660

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           Higher Education Council
Job Skills Training
   Daytime Computer                               Accounting
   Fast, Effective, Convenient.
        8-hours; $99 each,
                                             QuickBooks I
                                             January 17, 19, 24, 26
   $89 each for WCCBI Members
                                             Tuesday and Thursday
  Monday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at Hi-Ed.      Instructor: Rhonda Trimpey
                                               Learn to manage bank accounts,
     Accounting                              inventory and accounts receivable.
QuickBooks I                                 QuickBooks II
April 16                                     January 31, February 2, 7, 9
Instructor: Heather Mohnkern                 Tuesday and Thursday
  Learn to manage bank accounts,             Instructor: Rhonda Trimpey
inventory and accounts receivable.             Learn accounts payable, create reports
                                             and payroll.
QuickBooks II
May 14
Instructor: Heather Mohnkern
                                               Word Processing
  Learn accounts payable, create reports     Word I
and payroll.                                 February 6, 8, 13, 15
                                             Guide optional-$5
 Desktop Publishing                          Monday and Wednesday
                                             Instructor: Marie Dahlgren
Concepts of Publisher                          Become a more productive worker.
March 7                                      Learn the basic functions of Microsoft
4-hours; $39                                 Word.
Wednesday, 12:30-4:30 p.m.
Instructor: Mary Passinger                   Word II
  You will learn the core features and       March 5, 7, 12, 14
functions of Microsoft Publisher             Guide same as Level I
2010. Learn how to arrange text and          Monday and Wednesday
pictures, work with master pages, and        Instructor: Marie Dahlgren
create and format tables.                      Learn to use advanced features from
                                             paragraph formatting to grammar
    Evening Computer                         checks and replace features.
     Classes at a slower pace.
         8-hours; $89 each,                    Internet Marketing
        6:00-8:00 p.m. at Hi-Ed.             Buying & Selling on eBay
                                             February 7
    Introductory                             3-hours; $29
                                             Tuesday, 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Windows                                      Instructor: Tammy Hawk
January 23, 25, 30, February 1
                                               Get safety tips and gain confidence
Monday and Wednesday
                                             to purchase online from what to sell,
Instructor: Marie Dahlgren
                                             to creating and managing watch list,
  Learn the basic functions of a
                                             plus how to mail items.
Windows operating system.

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      Spreadsheets                              Basic Machining
                                                January 23-March 14
Excel I                                         45-hours; $309
February 20, 22, 27, 29
                                                Monday/Wednesday at WCCC*
Guide optional-$5
                                                6:00-9:00 p.m.
Monday and Wednesday
                                                Ross Bevevino
Instructor: Rhonda Trimpey
                                                  Learn the basic concepts of machining
Unleash the power and flexibility of
                                                through lecture and hands-on
spreadsheets in your business. Learn
                                                instruction the skills required to operate
how to use the toolbars and sort data.
                                                a metal lathe, various bench tools,
Excel II                                        machine parts to print specifications,
March 19, 21, 26, 28                            set up techniques and machine safety.
Guide same as Level I
Monday and Wednesday                            Small Engine Repair
Instructor: Rhonda Trimpey                      February 14-March 15
  Learn to use advanced cell                    30-hours; $189
formatting and building worksheets              Tuesday/Thursday at WCCC*
with decision-making capabilities.              6:00-9:00 p.m.
                                                Jim Mechling
                                                  Learn hands-on small engine
                                                management, tune-ups, ignition
                                                systems, small gasoline engines,
                                                transmission systems, service principles,
                       Welding                  trouble shooting and electrical systems.
                       January 23-
                       March 21                 Auto Inspection
                                                February 7, 9, 14
                                                12-hours; $170
                                                Tuesday/Thursday at WCCC*
54-hours; $359                                  5:30-9:30 p.m.
Monday-Wednesday,                               Gary Bish
5:30-8:30 p.m. at WCCC*                           Pennsylvania Certified Inspection
Instructor: Nate McNett                         mechanic course and written state
  Practical hands-on class that includes        test. You must be at least 18 years of
TIG, MIG, and Arc Welding and theory.           age and have a valid driver’s license.
Participants are required to wear
steel-toed boots, leather gloves, safety
goggles, long pants without holes, and          Medical Terminology
heavy shirts in the welding area.               February 8-March 21
                                                14-hours; $159
Home Repair                                     Wednesday, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
                                                Instructor: Mary Passinger
January 23-February 22
30-hours; $279                                    Learn the building blocks of the
Monday/Wednesday at WCCC*                       medical language.
5:30-8:30 p.m.
Greg Waterman
  Hands-on training for carpentry –                        Register Early!
learn how to build a frame, insulate,
dry wall and finish interior walls.                    814-723-3222
                                                  See Registration Form on page 26
                *Warren County Career Center        Visit us online www.hi-ed.org
                 347 East 5th Avenue, Warren


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          Warren Forest
          Higher Education Council
Personal Enrichment
Sport Psychology
Performance Enhancement                       Italian Bistro
                                              February 15
Techniques                                    3-hours; $49
February 6                     NEW            Wednesday, 6:00-9:00 p.m. at WCCC*
3-hours; $29
                                              Instructor: Randy Swanson
Monday, 6:00-9:00 p.m. at Hi-Ed
                                                Quick and easy Italian doesn’t have
Instructor: Pan Fanaritis                     to come from the freezer or delivery!
  Training your mind can help improve         Find out how easy and enjoyable it is
your physical performance. Explore the        to make meals everyone will love. Join
dynamic of mind-body synergy through          Randy to learn how to prepare simple
relaxation, visualization, arousal control,   and delicious Italian appetizers, entrees
broad and narrow focus.                       and desserts.
Personal Growth and
Development                                   Mexican Fiesta
February 13                    NEW            April 18
3-hours; $29                                  3-hours; $49
Monday, 6:00-9:00 p.m. at Hi-Ed               Wednesday, 6:00-9:00 p.m. at
Instructor: Pan Fanaritis                     WCCC*
  An Athlete’s success is built on their      Instructor: Chef Bruce Faulkner
self-perspective. Discover how to improve       Get ready for Cinco De Mayo!
your performance through goal-setting,        Warm up your spring with some heat
self-confidence, expectations and             from South of the Border. Chef Bruce
perspective.
                                              Faulkner will teach you how to make an
Leadership and                                authentic Mexican meal!
Team Dynamics                  NEW
February 20
3-hours; $29                                      Youth Enrichment
Monday, 6:00-9:00 p.m. at Hi-Ed               SAT Prep for high school
Instructor: Pan Fanaritis
  Why doesn’t the best team always win?
                                              students
Leadership and team cohesion are              March 17, 24, 31, April 14, 21, 28
integral aspects in the development of        19.5-hours; $89
successful teams. These sports                Saturday at Hi-Ed
concepts are also important for success       9:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
in business, industry and education.          Ginny Barrett, Mary Passinger
Zumba                                           Perform well on the SAT and many
February 9-April 12                           doors will open for you! Prep smarter
10-hours; $49                                 by joining this structured in-depth
Thursday, 6:00-7:00 p.m.at WCCC*              review. Includes practice exams and
Instructor: Bethany Ash                       test taking strategies for math, English
  Get in shape in this dynamic and            and composition.
exciting program. Zumba infuses dance
moves with Latin-inspired music to                           *Warren County Career Center
create an effective fitness program.                          347 East 5th Avenue, Warren


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Hi-Ed Personal Enrichment
The Land Gardens of
Claude Monet
February 2                   NEW
2-hours; $29
Thursday, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Hi-Ed
Instructor: Celia Knapp
   Claude Monet was one of the
foremost Impressionist painters. Many
people do not know that he was also
a world renowned horticulturist. The
gardens, Clos Normand, enclosed                                              NEW
within the walls surrounding his
house, will be shown using many               Beginning Watercolor
photographic examples. We will                Painting
visually take a walk through the              April 12-May 17
gardens to discuss his beautiful              12-hours; $109
flowers, garden designs, painting             Thursday, 2:00-4:00 p.m. at Hi-Ed
inspirations, and horticultural ideas.        Instructor: Celia Knapp
                                                For those who have little or no
                                              experience in painting with watercolors.
                                              The classes will cover learning about
                                              necessary watercolor materials, basic color
                                              theory, design elements, and various subject
                                              matter. Watercolor techniques will be
                                              demonstrated. Beginning materials are
                                              included in the price.

                                              About our instructor …
The Water Garden of

                                              C
Claude Monet                                             elia Knapp graduated from
February 9                    NEW                        Edinboro College, PA.
2-hour; $29                                              After receiving her degree
Thursday, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Hi-Ed             in art education, she took art classes at
Instructor: Celia Knapp                       the Cleveland Institute of Art. She
  Did you know that Claude                    taught art in the elementary schools of
Monet was also a world renowned               Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Los Angeles,
horticulturist? An extensive water            and Madrid, Spain -- as well as private
garden was installed across the railroad      classes for adults. Her paintings have
tracks from his house and land gardens.       been shown at exhibits throughout
The development of the large pond,
                                              Chautauqua and Warren Counties.
the installation of many bridges, and
his choices for trees and flowers will
be discussed with many photographic
examples. The overall design for the water
garden is a very different approach
than used in the Clos Norman and
was influenced by Japanese art.

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Hi-Ed Registration Form
How to Register                                  Cancellation Policy
Please register early to assure a seat             •	 Registration	cancelled	three	(3)	business	days	
in the class you wish to enroll!                      or	more	prior	to	class	start	date	will	receive	
                                                      full	refunds.
  Phone, Mail or In Person
                                                   •	 Registration	cancelled	less	than	three	(3)	
  Checks	payable	to:                                  business	days	prior	to	class	date	will	receive	
  Warren	Forest	Higher	Education	Council              a	credit	towards	another	registration.
  589	Hospital	Drive,	Suite	F                      •	 No	shows	without	cancellation	notification	are	
  Warren,	PA	16365                                    subject	to	the	full	registration	fee.
Clip here
                              Registration Form
                                                 q Buying & Selling on eBay, $29 _____
Name ____________________________                   February 7
Address __________________________               q Welding,                         $359 _____
                                                    January 23-March 21
City/State/Zip _____________________
                                                 q Basic Home Repair,               $279 _____
Please provide contact information in               January 23-February 22
case of cancellation or emergency.               q Basic Machining,                 $329 _____
Work Phone _______________________                  January 23-March 14
Home Phone ______________________                q Auto Inspection,                 $170 _____
                                                    February 7, 9, 14
Cell Phone ________________________
                                                 q Small Engine Repair,             $219 _____
E-mail Address ___________________                  February 14-March 14
__________________________                       q Medical Terminology,
                                                    February 8-March 21
                                                                                    $159 _____

q	 want to receive Hi-Ed information
   I                                             Sport Psychology
    by e-mail.                                    q
                                                 	 Performance Enhancement
                                                      Techniques,                       $29 _____
Please accept my registration and payment for:        February 6
q QuickBooks I,                     $99 ______    q
                                                 	 Personal Growth and
   April 16                                           Development,                      $29 _____
                                                      February 13
q QuickBooks II,                    $99 ______
   May 14                                         q
                                                 	 Leadership and
q Concepts of Publisher,            $39 ______        Team Dynamics,                    $39 _____
                                                      March 7
   March 7
q Windows,                          $89 ______   q Zumba,                               $49 _____
   Jan. 23, 25, 30, Feb. 1                          February 9-April 12
q QuickBooks I,                     $89 ______   q Italian Bistro,                      $49 _____
   January 17, 19, 24, 26                           February 15
q QuickBooks II,                    $89 ______   q The Land Gardens of
   Jan. 31, Feb. 2, 7, 9                            Claude Monet,                       $29 _____
q Word I,                           $89 ______      February 2
   February 6, 8, 13, 15                         q The Water Gardens of
q Word II,                          $89 ______      Claude Monet,                       $29 _____
    March 5, 7, 12, 14                              February 9
q Word Guide,                        $5 ______   q Beginning Watercolor
   Same guide used for all levels                   Painting,                       $109 _____
q Excel I,                          $89 ______      April 12-May 17
   Feb. 20, 22, 27, 29
                                                 q SAT Prep,                            $89 _____
q Excel II,                         $89 ______      Mar. 17, 24, 31, April 14, 21, 28
   Mar. 19, 21, 26, 28
q Excel Guide                        $5 ______     Total of Column 2                        _____
   Same guide used for all levels                  Total of Column 1                        _____
   Total of Column 1                    ______   TOTAL AMOUNT DUE                           _____


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                Hi-Ed Spring 2012 Schedule
Intermediate Unit #5
GED Preparation and Skill Review
           For Job Improvement –
          Prepare for the GED Exam
Daytime and evening classes are offered through the
IU#5 in cooperation with the Warren Forest Higher
Education Council.
                                             Family Literacy:
  The Preparation and Skill                  This program addresses the literacy
  Review:                                    needs of all members of the family
  Instruction is geared to the               while promoting parents’ involvement
                                             in their children’s education, and
  students’ individual level to              improves educational opportunities
  improve their skills in English,           of eligible families by integrating
  writing and math for job                   early childhood education and adult
  advancement, and helps to                  education in a unified program. For
  prepare students to take the               more information, contact: Nancy
  General Education Diploma                  Birt, Family Literacy Coordinator at
  (GED) examination, and/or                  814-726-2400, Ext. 3044.
  college preparation.
  The program provides:
   • pre-testing to determine each             Adult Literacy Prog
                                                                   ram:
     student’s needs;                          If you are an adult wh
                                                                      o has literacy
   • classroom instruction;                    needs and do not qu
                                                                    alify for the
   • individual and group work in              Family Literacy progra
                                                                      m, please
                                              contact Donna Smith
     the five GED test areas;                                        at the Warren
                                              Forest Higher Educati
   • open-entry/open-exit format              literacy assistance.
                                                                     on Council for
     allows students to test when
     ready.

             Warren Forest Higher Education Council
        To register for classes or for class times, call 814-723-3222,
                         or E-mail dsmith@hi-ed.org


Earn a High School Diploma
  ADULT DIPLOMA PROGRAM
  Class starts September 2012


                                                9-month	Program	at	Hi-Ed,	
                                             Tuesday/Thursday	5:00-8:00	p.m.
                                                   $100	Application	Fee
                                                  Scholarships	Available.
   Visit www.hi-ed.org or                         Classes are held at Hi-Ed,
        Call 723-3222                          589 Hospital Drive, Suite F, Warren

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Warren Forest Hi-Ed Registration Form
GED Exam
                           For more information, call
                    814-723-3222, or E-mail dsmith@hi-ed.org

GED Exam, $125                              To register, complete the form and send
                                            with a money order to Warren Forest
Retake Exam $40 each                        Higher Education Council. Please print
Writing, Math, Social Studies,              legibly. All information is required.
Science and Reading. Registration is
now being taken. Two forms of ID–one        Last Name ___________________________
must be a photo. Payment is required        First Name ___________________________
to register.
                                            Middle Name ________________________
GED Exam Presession – Attendance
required to complete paperwork and          Mailing Address _____________________
to watch a video on exam procedures.        City/State/Zip ________________________
Included in cost of exam.
                                            Phone No. ___________________________
Exam Locations:
                                            Date of Birth _________________________
Erie – Great Lakes Institute of             (month/day/year)
Technology, 5100 Peach Street, Erie, PA
    Presession – January 27                 Gender:     q	
                                                         Male
                                                         	               q	
                                                                          Female
                                                                          	
      Friday, 8:00-11:00 a.m.               Social Security No.______ - ____- ________
    Retake Exam – January 27                E-mail Address ___________________
      Friday, 11:00 a.m.
    Exam – February 3                       Location:   q	
                                                         Erie
                                                         	             q	
                                                                        Warren
                                                                        	
      Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.           GED Exam, $125	
    Presession – March 2                    r	Erie – Presession, Jan. 27           ______
      Friday, 8:00-11:00 a.m.               r	Erie – Exam, February 3              ______
    Retake Exam – March 2                   r	Erie – Presession, Mar. 2            ______
      Friday, 11:00 a.m.
                                            r	Erie – Exam, Mar. 9
    Exam – March 9
      Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.           r	Erie – Presession, Apr. 13           ______
                                            r	Erie – Exam, Apr. 20                 ______
    Presession – April 13
      Friday, 8:00-11:00 a.m.               r	Corry – Presession, May 14
    Retake Exam – April 13                  r	Corry – Exam, May 21, 22             ______
      Friday, 11:00 a.m.
                                            r	Warren – Presession, June 11
    Exam – April 20
      Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.           r	Warren – Exam, June 18, 19           ______

Corry Hi-Ed                                 GED Retake, $40 each                   ______
    Presession – May 14                     r	Erie – Retake Exam, Jan. 27          ______
      Monday, 9:00-10:00 a.m.               r	Erie – Retake Exam, Mar. 2           ______
    Exam – May 21, 22                       r	Erie – Retake Exam, Apr. 13          ______
      Tuesday/Wednesday,
                                            TOTAL AMOUNT DUE                        _____
      8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Warren Forest Hi-Ed                           Your seat will be reserved when
    Presession – June 11                           payment is received.
      Monday, 8:30-9:30 a.m.
    Exam – June 18, 19                        Send completed form and money order to:
      Monday/Tuesday,                          Warren Forest Higher Education Council
      8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.                   589 Hospital Drive, Suite F, Warren, PA 16365


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              Hi-Ed Spring 2012 Schedule
             School to Work Partnership
Providing
Career Education
Activities and Events:
•   Job Shadow Program
•   Eighth Grade Career Day
•   Career Exploration Days
•   Fast Track to Success,
    College Expo
                                             Career Exploration Day – Job Shadow Day
•   Fast Track to Success,
    Financial Aid Night
•   Educator in the Workplace
•   Industry Club of Warren
    County
•   Middle School Career Event
•   AHUG/PA Woodmobile
    Program
•   FAFSA Completion
    Workshop
                                             AHUG/PA – Woodmobile Program




      589 Hospital Drive, Suite F
          Warren, PA 16365

    For more information, contact,
            John Lasher
     School to Work Coordinator
       E-mail: jlasher@hi-ed.org

        814-723-3222
                                                Industry Club

    “Connecting the Workforce of Tomorrow with the Workplace Today!”

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                                           Non-Profit
          EST.
          1984                           Organization
                                          US	Postage	
Hi-Ed                                       PAID
College & University Center               Warren	PA
                                         Permit	No.	44
Warren Forest Higher Education Council
589 Hospital Drive, Suite F
Warren, PA 16365

				
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