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HAROLD WASHINGTON COLLEGE

Lifelong Learning
SPRING I & II 2008
Class Schedule
SPRING I, 2008 CLASSES START
Tuesday, January 22, 2008

◊ SPRING II, 2008 CLASSES START
Monday, March 24, 2008

REGISTRATION STARTS:
Monday, December 10, 2008

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**NEW CLASSES**

ACT REVIEW (College Entrance Examination) (4-Weeks) AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II ILLINOIS BASIC SKILLS MATH REVIEW (1-Day) ILLINOIS BASIC SKILLS ENGLISH REVIEW (1-Day) GRE REVIEW (graduate Record Examination) (6-Weeks) GMAT REVIEW (Graduate Management Admissions Test) (6-Weeks) LSAT (Law School Admissions Test) (4-Weeks) PHARMACY TECHNICIAN (7-Weeks) WIA Approved! WHY DIDN’T I GET THE JOB!

Check out our new ONLINE COURSES! (See pages 6-8)

Lifelong Learning Schedule Subject to Change Without Notice

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GENERAL REGISTRATION AND TUITION INFORMATION
Registration Will Be Held in Room 101
REGISTRATION
IN-PERSON Come to HWC, located 30 E. Lake St., Room 101 between 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. on Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. BY MAIL Complete the registration form from the back of this booklet and return it with your check or credit card to Harold Washington College Lifelong Learning, 30 E. Lake Street, Room 1150, Chicago, IL 60601. Unsigned registration forms will not be processed, nor confirmed. NOTE: You will not receive a letter or confirming phone call from the college unless there is a problem. We suggest that you call (312) 553-5940, to confirm your class meeting (please wait 2 weeks before calling to confirm your Registration). • If you miss two of the first three weeks of classes, you are subject to an administrative withdrawal. SEE REFUNDS LISTED BELOW.

BOOKS AND SUPPLIES
Some noncredit courses require a textbook or other supplies (see course descriptions). Specific information will be distributed at the first class meeting. It is recommended that students purchase supplies and textbooks after the first class meeting. Textbooks may be purchased at: Beck’s Bookstore, 60 East Lake Street, 2nd Floor, Phone (312) 630-9113

TUITION AND FEES
The fees for courses are stated in the program schedule for each course offered. All tuition and fees are due and payable in full at the time of registration. Registration is not complete until all payments are made in full. Cashier’s checks, money orders or personal checks must be made payable to Harold Washington College. The college cannot accept third party checks. * There will be a $291.61 fee charged to all Out-of-State and Foreign Students. Out of District $180.83. WARNING: The fee assessed for a check returned for non-sufficient funds (NSF) or a stop payment will be $25.00. Any student who has once given the City Colleges either of the above checks will not be allowed to make any subsequent payment by check at any of the City Colleges of Chicago. Please note that registration fees are not refundable. Rates are subject to change without notification.

CANCELLED CLASSES
If a class is cancelled by Harold Washington College, all students registered for that class will receive a full refund. If you paid with a charge card, please call (312) 553-5620 to request a refund. Or, at the request of the student, that tuition can be credited to any other course in that category which is available in the same phase. Students are encouraged to please call the Department of Lifelong Learning regarding the cancellation of your class before arrival.

BY PHONE You may phone in your registration and charge it to your VISA or MasterCard by calling (312) 553-5940 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, from 10:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. When you call please be prepared to give name, address, phone, date of birth, e-mail, and expiration date of charge card. Please have this schedule in front of you as you prepare to register with page number of selected course(s). Phone-in registrations are not confirmed. Students must call in for confirmation.

REFUNDS A full refund fee for all tuition and fees will be available to you if a class is cancelled or you may apply it toward any other available course of equal value in the same phase. You can pickup your refund six weeks after classes begin. Tuition credit cannot be carried over into another phase. Students who pay with credit cards, please call 312-553-5620 to confirm your refund credit. There are No Refunds issued on courses after the first class is in session. A full refund is issued on courses due to college initiated cancellations.

BY FAX Fax a copy of the registration from the back of this booklet with VISA or MasterCard information (including expiration date) to (312) 553-5854. Unsigned registration forms will not be processed. Fax registrations are not confirmed. Students can call in for confirmation.

WITHDRAWALS
• A $5.00 fee will be charged per course for dropping and adding a course. Students who want to withdraw from a course must do so in person the day before the class is scheduled to start. Telephone and online withdrawals are not accepted.

All Classes will be held at: Harold Washington College 30 East Lake Street Chicago, IL 60601 Unless Otherwise Indicated (NO CLASSES)
HOLIDAYS: MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BIRTHDAY – MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 2008 LINCOLN’S BIRTHDAY – TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2008 SPRING BREAK: MONDAY, MARCH 17, 2008 – SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 2008

Classes meet for 6 weeks unless indicated after the course description
Lifelong Learning Schedule Subject to Change Without Notice

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ONLINE COURSES All courses meet 6 weeks
Online Courses Address: http://www.ed2go.com/hwccontinuinged nd rd Classes start on the 2 or 3 Wednesday of each month. Enroll and pay online anytime. Students can access the online classes through the Harold Washington College computer lab. STUDENTS CAN

ONLY REGISTER ONLINE!

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS XP Whether you’re new to Windows or an experienced PC enthusiast, there’s a lot to learn in the all-new Windows XP. This course covers all the basic skills and concepts needed to use a computer. This course will teach you how to work with text, pictures, photos, sound, music, DVD, Interactive TV, and video; create shortcuts, customize the interface, take full advantage of the internet, and even build your own local area network ((LAN). (Course Fee: $98) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EB01701 Alan Simpson Feb 20, 2008-Sec EB01702 INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT WORD 2007 Learn how to create and modify documents in Word 2007, the most popular word-processing program available. (Course Fee: $98) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN30801 Craig Power Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN30802 NTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT EXCEL 2007 Discover dozens of shortcuts and tricks for setting up fully formatted worksheets quickly and efficiently. Learn the secrets behind writing powerful formulas, using functions, sorting and analyzing data, creating custom charts, creating 3-dimensional workbooks, building links, and creating macros and custom toolbar buttons. (Course Fee: $98) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN30401 Craig Power Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN30402 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET Master the ins and outs of the Internet with this informative, behind-the-scenes look at the World Wide Web, search engines, e-mail, chat, telnet, blogging, and more. You’ll also learn powerful research techniques to help you find whatever you want. You’ll also learn how to protect your privacy, download files safely, and keep your computer secure. (Course Fee: $98) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EA00101 Craig Power Feb 20, 2008-Sec EA00102 CREATIING WEB PAGES Learn how to design, create, and post your very own site on the internet’s World Wide Web. Discover low-cost marketing techniques and search engine strategies. (Course Fee: $98) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EA00201 Craig Power Feb 20, 2008-Sec EA00202 CREATING WEB PAGES II Are you using HTML to its fullest potential? In this hands-on course, you’ll become adept at using color, tables, and frames to give your Web pages a more polished and professional look, improved navigation, and more organization. Beef up the fun factor with audio and interactive forms, and learn how to save hours of time and effort with Cascading Style Sheets. (Course Fee: $98) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN25201 Craig Power Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN25202 INTRODUCTION TO PC SECURITY What you don’t know about PC security really can hurt you! Learn why you’re at risk and what you can do to protect your precious personal and business data from the outside world. This course, taught by a security expert, will quickly bring you up to speed on the fundamentals of PC and network security. You’ll learn the nature of the threats you face, how to assess your vulnerability, how to identify the weak links in your system, and how you can implement simple solutions to minimize your risks. (Course Fee: $98) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN23501 Debbie Mahler Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN23502

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ONLINE COURSES CONTINUED
COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING
INTRODUCTION TO QUICKBOOKS 2007 Learn how QuickBooks makes it easy to set up a chart of accounts, reconcile your checking account, create and print invoices, receipts, and statements, track your payables, inventory, and receivables, create estimates and generate reports. (Course Fee: $109) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN29101 Craig Power Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN29102 PERFORMING PAYROLL IN QUICKBOOKS 2007 Learn how to use QuickBooks software to process payroll quickly and easily. You’ll discover all the steps you need to properly set up your payroll system, troubleshoot common problems, and avoid mistakes. (Course Fee: $109) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN29601 Scott Paxton Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN29602

ENTREPRENEURIALSHIP
START YOUR OWN CONSULTING PRACTICE Do you have training or knowledge that could be useful to others? Have you ever considered becoming a consultant? This course is designed to help those who wish to set up a consulting practice get started. Topics will include skills assessments, pricing policies, contracting, marketing, and more. (Course Fee: $99) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EH00301 William Flood Feb 20, 2008-Sec EH00302 CREATING A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS PLAN Success in business begins with a plan. By committing your idea to paper, you face tough questions and identify strengths and weaknesses. Business plans are not just for financing purposes, they are working documents to guide your business. For new and established small business owners, the course will start you down the path of small business success. (Course Fee: $99) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN05001 Carol Parenzan Smalley Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN05002 MARKETING YOUR BUSINESS ON THE INTERNET Find out how you can affordably market your business on the Internet from an e-commerce expert. In this practical, hands-on course, you’ll learn little understood secrets about the types of businesses and that thrive on the Web. Then, you’ll discover proven methods that will help you establish an Internet presence and build an online brand identity. You’ll even learn several low-cost promotion strategies that you can use to drive visitors to your site. (Course Fee: $99) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN26801 Patricia Franks Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN26802 LEARN TO BUY and SELL ON eBAY Online auctions match buyers with sellers in a global marketplace for almost any item. If you’ve ever dreamed of working from home or just earning extra income by buying and selling goods online, our experienced instructors will guide you every step of the way. You’ll learn how to create titles that get noticed, how to craft advertising copy that sells quickly and for top dollar, and how to create and upload photos of the items you are selling. You’ll also learn how to safely conduct financial transactions, how to accept credit card payments, and how to pack and ship any item hassle-free. If you’re a buyer, you’ll learn how to value almost any item up for auction, how to get the best possible price, how to protect yourself against fraud, and how to compete effectively against other bidders. (Course Fee: $149) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN00701 Kara Gordon/Shirley Muse Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN00702

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ONLINE COURSES CONTINUED
START YOUR OWN eBAY DROP OFF STORE Turn other people’s unwanted items into a lucrative source of income by starting an eBay drop off store. Master the art of setting up a business, writing a marketing plan, taking super photos, creating dynamite listings, and offering great customer service. Thousands of people have transformed their eBay knowledge into profitable second income sources or even full-time jobs. Take your skills to the next level and avoid the common pitfalls that keep amateur sellers from reaching their full potential. (Course Fee: $149) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN31201 Steve Payseur Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN31202

HEALTH and WELLNESS
HUMAN ANATOMY and PHYSIOLOGY Human Anatomy and Physiology focuses on the structure and function of the human body. In this course, you’ll gain an understanding of basic chemistry, the human cell, and the anatomy of the body’s organ systems and the jobs that they do. You’ll also learn how an organ system works to process sensations, think, communicate, grow, move, reproduce, and stay alive. In addition, we’ll talk about different disorders, recent advances in medicine, and ways to take care of our bodies. (Course Fee: $285) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN23801 Holly Trimble Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN23802

PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
GRAMMAR REFRESHER Revive your lost or forgotten knowledge of English grammar and gain confidence in your ability to produce grammatically correct writing. Whether you’re a student or professional, a published or beginning writer, this course will help you navigate and master the linguistic twists and turns inherent in English grammar. Grammar is fun if you know the rules. A patient instructor will support you throughout the course, and plenty of interactive exercises will give you ample opportunity to put into practice everything you learn. (Course Fee: $89) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN06101 Ellen Feld Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN06102 EFFECTIVE BUSINESS WRITING Do you have a nagging suspicion that a small improvement in your writing skills might also improve your career prospects? Don’t let small gaps in our business writing skills prevent you from reaching your full potential! It doesn’t matter whether you’re a clerical worker, and engineer, or an executive. If you communicate with others in writing, this course can help you identify and eliminate problem areas. By the end of this course, you’ll know the secret to developing powerful written documents that immediately draw readers in and keep them motivated to continue until your very last, well-chosen word. (Course Fee: $99) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN01301 Ann Linquist Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN01302 INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA Understand how algebra is relevant to almost every aspect of your daily life, and become skilled at solving a variety of algebraic problems. This unique and thought-provoking course integrates algebra with many other areas of study, including history, biology, geography, business, government, and more. As a result, you will acquire a wide variety of basic skills that will help you find solutions to almost any problem. (Course Fee: $89) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EN18201 Sharon Daniels Feb 20, 2008-Sec EN18202 KEYBOARDING Use the computer program FasType for Windows to learn the basic skills of touch-typing. (Course Fee: $89) Jan 16, 2008-Sec EB03201 Kathy Van Pelt Feb 20, 2008-Sec EB03202

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EXAMINATION PREPARATORY REVIEW CLASSES
ACT REVIEW (College Entrance Examination) (4-Weeks) NEW! The ACT Review Course is designed to provide high school students with complete preparation for the ACT. The ACT is a test that is administered to high school students that are seeking admission to colleges and universities upon graduation. The test is used to determine an applicant’s general educational development, as well as their ability to be successful in college courses. The test consists of four multiple choice test areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science. There is also an optional writing test, which consists of one essay question. The course includes classroom lessons, subject review, problem solving, and timed quizzes, practice test, skill review exercises, and actual test simulation–-students must attend each class. (Course Fee $195 includes books and materials) 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Sat. Room 603 57996 722 0140 LD VOC January 5 – January 26 Spring I ACT Test Date: February 9, 2008 ILLINOIS BASIC SKILLS MATH REVIEW (1-Day) NEW! This 3-hour review session will focus on mathematical computations, geometry, percentages, proportions and word problems. Students will have an opportunity to ask questions, work problems and receive individualized assistance to successfully calculate answers. Students are requested to identify their expected Illinois State exam date and report test completion results to Harold Washington College. Tests results will remain confidential. (Course Fee $30) 9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Sat. Room 604 57997 722 0135 MB VOC January 12 Spring I 58000 722 0135 MB VOC February 16 Spring I Illinois Basic Skill Test Date: March 8, 2008 ILLINOIS BASIC ENGLISH REVIEW (1-Day) NEW! This 3-hour review session will focus on Language Arts concepts and skills of writing, reading comprehension, and grammar. Students will have an opportunity to ask questions, read short stories and answer related questions and compose essays on a given topic. Individualized assistance will be given to students for successful completion to practice assignments. Students are requested to identify their expected Illinois State exam date and report test completion results to Harold Washington College. Tests results will remain confidential. (Course Fee $30) 9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Sat. Room 604 58001 722 0136 EB VOC January 19 Spring I 58002 722 0136 EB VOC February 23 Spring I Illinois Basic Skill Test Date: March 8, 2008 GRE REVIEW (Graduate Record Examination) (6-Weeks) NEW! The GRE Review Course is designed to provide students with complete preparation for the GRE. The course includes classroom lessons, subject review, problem solving, and timed quizzes, practice test, skill review exercises, and actual test simulation. All review of substantive concepts and skills, strategies, tips, explanatory answers are given in class–-students must attend each class. (Course Fee $595 includes books, and materials) 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Sat. Room 605 58005 722 0137 VOC LA January 26 – March 1 Spring I Scott-Thompson Visit www.ets.org/gre for GRE test dates GMAT REVIEW (Graduate Management Admission Test) (6-Weeks) NEW! The GMAT Review Course is designed to provide students with complete preparation for the GMAT. The course includes classroom lessons, subject review, problem solving, and timed quizzes, practice test, skill review exercises, and actual test simulation. All review of substantive concepts and skills, strategies, tips, explanatory answers are given in class–-students must attend each class. (Course Fee $595 includes books and materials) 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Sat. Room 408 58008 722 0138 VOC DL January 26 – March 1 Spring I Smith Visit www.mba.com for GMAT test dates LSAT REVIEW (Law School Admissions Test) (4—Weeks) NEW! The LSAT Review Course is designed to provide students with complete preparation for the LSAT. The course includes classroom lessons, subject review, problem solving, and timed quizzes, practice test, skill review exercises, and actual test simulation. All review of substantive concepts and skills, strategies, tips, explanatory answers are given in class–-students must attend each class. (Course Fee $595 includes books and materials) 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sat. Room 605 58012 722 0139 VOC LD January 5 – January 26 Spring I Nix LSAT Test Dates: February 2, 2008 or February 4, 2008

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REGISTER EARLY. LIMITED SEATING. 312-553-5940

MORTGAGE & REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE
Requirements for licensing by the Illinois Office of Banks and Real Estate for the Salesperson and the Broker are: 1) you must be 21 years of age; 2) You must have graduated from high school or obtained the equivalent of a high school diploma (GED); 3) You must have successfully completed the Real Estate Fundamentals and Real Estate Transactions courses. (Classes cannot be taken concurrently.) For a licensed real estate salesperson, 45 hours of coursework credit will be given for your current salesperson license plus an additional 75 hours of broker course work is required. For students who have not been licensed, 45 hours of coursework is required for salespersons, and 120 hours of Broker course work is required.

REAL ESTATE SALES PERSON
REAL ESTATE FUNDAMENTALS (7-Weeks) Preparation for the real estate examination includes real property, deeds, agreements of sale, mortgages, financing, evaluation and appraisal, leases and closing statements. Texts purchased separately: MODERN REAL ESTATE PRACTICE IN ILLINOIS, 5 th EDITION UPDATE. GALATY, GOLLAWAY, KYLES. (Course Fee: $138) 5:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Mon. Room 321 58017 722 5040 MA VOC January 28 – March 10 Spring I Lemons 58018 722 5040 MA VOC March 24 – May 5 Spring II REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS (7-Weeks) Sales contracts, closing statements, finance insurance and the Illinois Real Estate Broker’s and Salesman’s Law. Text completed in Transaction. Transcripts will be given to students by the instructor upon successful completion of the test to be held at the last class meeting. (Course Fee: $138) 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Sat. Room 317 58019 722 5041 MO VOC January 26 – March 8 Spring I Lemons 58020 722 5041 MO VOC March 29 – May 10 Spring II Visit www.goamp.com for test dates

REAL ESTATE BROKER
REAL ESTATE FINANCE (4 weeks) This class is one of the 15-hour elective courses that broker candidates may complete as part of the required seventy-five hours of additional course work. This course explores the basic principles of real estate finance as they pertain to the real estate salesperson’s understanding of basic mortgage finance law, types of loans and the loan application process. While the course does not provide the student a thorough or complete perspective on financing, it does cover the basic fundamentals of real estate financing. (Course Fee: $99) 58021 722 4081 PD VOC Tues. 5:30 p.m. – 9:45 p.m. Room TBA January 22 – February 19 Spring I Davis ADVANCE PRINCIPLES 2000 (4-Weeks) This is designed as one of the 15-hour mandatory courses in the broker education requirement to sit for the Illinois Brokers examination. This course examines agency relationships and responsibilities, contractual relationships, and fiduciary right and obligations. It provides important information regarding Illinois agency and legal and ethical responsibilities of brokers and agents. This course also includes disclosure issues, environmental issued and Illinois license law requirements. (Course Fee: $99) 58022 722 5067 LD VOC Thurs. 5:30 p.m. – 9:45 p.m. Room 323 January 24 – February 14 Spring I Davis BROKERAGE ADMINISTRATION (4-Weeks) This class is designed as one of the 15-hour mandatory courses in the broker education requirement to sit for the Illinois real estate broker examination. This course explores the formation of brokerage and agency, the duties for clients and customers, the types of listing agreement conditions and buyer brokerage agreements. It provides an understanding of escrow accounting and operational rules of establishment of escrows. The course explains fiduciary relationships and responsibilities and outlines the changes to the Illinois Real Estate License Act of 2000. (Course Fee: $99) 58025 722 5066 LA VOC Tues. 5:30 p.m. – 9:45 p.m. Room TBA March 25 – April 15 Spring II Davis

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REGISTER EARLY. LIMITED SEATING. 312-553-5940 MORTGAGE & REAL ESTATE CONTINUED
CONTRACTS AND CONVEYANCES (4-Weeks) This is a mandatory course that all broker candidates must complete as part of the required seventy-five hours of additional course work. This course continues the student’s education in the legal contractual and title principles relating to the conveyance of title. The course covers practices of real estate that the topics are similar to those taken for the salesperson and license and the Real Estate Transactions class. This course attempts to treat these topics more in-depth and with particular attention to the broker license students/candidate. (Course Fee: $99) 58028 722 5068 DW VOC Thurs. 5:30 p.m. – 9:45 p.m. Room 603 March 27 – April 17 Spring II Davis REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL (4-Weeks) This class is one of the 15-hour elective courses that broker candidates may complete as part of the required seventy-five hours of additional course work. This course explores the basic principles of real estate appraisal as it pertains to the real estate salesperson’s understanding of market value, price, and cost, as well as, the appraisal process and the three approaches to value. While the course does not try to provide the candidate with a thorough or complete perspective on appraisals, it does cover the basic fundamentals of real estate appraisals. (Course Fee: $99) 58036 722 5069 KW VOC 5:30 p.m. – 9:45 p.m. Tues. Room TBA April 22 – May 13 Spring II Davis Visit www.goamp.com for test dates

MORTGAGE LOAN ORIGINATOR (7 Weeks) This is a comprehensive, state –approved course that prepares the student for Illinois state licensure testing and also provides a thorough background for entry into the field of mortgage loan origination. The student will learn all aspects of loan origination, including the vocabulary of mortgage lending, processing mortgage loans, types of loans, loan documentation, and rules and regulations pertaining to state licensing laws. Hands-on training in current mortgage software also provided. Must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Mortgage calculator is required. A textbook is required. (Course Fee: $285) 6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Tues. 58037 722 4088 DD VOC January 22 – March 11 Spring I Room 408 58038 722 4088 DD VOC March 25 – May 6 Spring II Daniels Visit www.goamp.com for test dates MORTGAGE LOAN PROCESSOR Become a mortgage loan processor. Emphasis will be placed on compliance, business relationships and techniques to close mortgage files with multiple lenders. This class is a must for students interested in a real estate mortgage loan career. (Course Fee: $65) 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Sat. Room 318 58039 722 5043 UK PER January 26 – March 1 Spring I Reed 58040 722 5043 UK PER March 29 – May 3 Spring II SECRETS OF PURCHASING TAX LIEN PROPERTIES (3-WEEKS) Thousands of properties are now available nationwide at tax sale auctions. This comprehensive, two-day seminar will show students how to obtain property at 50% to 90% below market value. Students will discover what tax liens are and why county governments are eager to sell properties at tax deed sales; participants will learn, step-by-step, how to buy tax lien certificates – often with little cash; students will find out the risks involved and be shown investing tips to help enhance their returns; participants will receive a list of states that sell tax lien certificates, including contact information for the most profitable tax lien states. NOTE: Each session must have a minimum of 10-participants for class to go. Cook County Annual Tax Sale June 2008 (Course Fee $79) 6:00 p.m. – 8:50 p.m. Tues. 58042 722 5055 AW VOC January 22 – February 5 Spring I Room TBA 58044 722 5055 WA VOC March 25 – April 8 Spring II Welch

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BUSINESS INSTITUTE
WHY DIDN’T I GET THAT JOB? NEW! Have you ever been turned down for a job? You know you have the skills and qualifications for the position so what happened? In many cases, it's not your experience but rather how you present yourself to a prospective employer. This 6 week course will teach students how to avoid the common pitfalls of landing a job. The class will be a fun and interactive experience which will teach students how to write a better resume, provide tips on dressing for success and the proper way to conduct an interview. (Course fee $49) 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Thurs. 59328 722 1402 BP VOC January 24 – February 28 Spring I Room 904 59329 722 1402 BP VOC March 27 – May 1 Spring II Pendleton GRANT WRITING (4-Weeks) Grant Writing (Back by Popular Demand!) Are you a first time grant writer looking for help in writing a winning proposal? Or, are you a seasoned professional hoping to enhance or upgrade your skills? Whatever your level of expertise, this two-part workshop is for you! The materials presented will focus on positioning your organization for successful grantsmanship including:  The essential components of a successful grant proposal package;  How to identify appropriate funding sources for your projects;  Methods for customizing proposals to match a grant maker's criteria and interests;  The differences between government, foundation and corporate proposals.  Evaluation of programs/reporting to funders on a grant's progress and impact.  What if your proposal is denied? Begin with a ―thank you..‖  And, tips on behind-the-scenes decisions that might impact a proposal being accepted or declined. (Course Fee $99) 9:00 a. m. – 12:00 p.m. Sat. Room 319 59193 722 0100 AB VOC January 26 – February 16 Spring I Simpson 59194 722 0100 AB VOC March 29 – April 19 Spring II

OFFICE MANAGEMENT TRAINING
Workshops will meet on Thursdays: January 24, 31, February 7, 2008 – Spring I Thursdays: March 27, April 3, 10, 2008 – Spring II $99.00 for 3 sessions - Students must register for all 3 workshops Students will receive a certificate of completion after successfully completing all (3) of the following workshops. FUNDAMENTALS OF SUPERVISION Whether you are currently a supervisor, or hope to become one, this course will teach you how to be the best. Learn how to hire the right people, inspire, motivate and empower even the most difficult of staff, provide meaningful performance reviews and effectively handle performance problems or terminations. 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. 58190 722 5063 OP PER Spring I Room 303 58191 722 5063 OP PER Spring II Room 304 CREATE A VISION AND BUILD A TEAM Most of our jobs involve working with other people. This course will teach you how, as a supervisor, to create a vision and build a team, as well as how to be a good team member and work with others to achieve a common goal. 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. 58192 722 5064 SH PER Spring I Room 303 58195 722 5064 SH PER Spring II Room 304 TIME MANAGEMENT Learn how to get organized both at work and at home and how to prioritize and do the right things first! Learn when to delegate work to others, how to avoid taking on more than you can handle and how to stop procrastinating so that you can succeed at work, impress your boss, and still have time to enjoy your life and your family! 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. 58196 722 2067 HL PER Spring I Room 303 58199 722 2067 HL PER Spring II Room 304

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MEDICAL TRAINING INSTITUTE
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN (7-Weeks) WIA Approved! NEW! Join this course and prepare yourself for a career as a pharmacy technician. This comprehensive training will prepare students to enter the pharmacy field where students can work in hospitals, community and retail pharmacies. Emphasis in this program will be placed on definitions of drugs by name reading and interpretation of medical prescriptions. Students will also learn I.V. flow rate, dosage calculations, drug compounding and dose conversions, inventory control and much more. This program is designed to prepare you for the National Certification Examination. At the end of the program, student will receive Certificate of Completion. Students can purchase books at Beck’s Bookstore, 60 E. Lake. (Course Fee: $799) 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sat. Room 302 58200 722 6062 ER VOC January 26 – March 8 Spring I Calvin 58201 722 6062 ER VOC March 29 – May 10 Spring II CPR CERTIFICATION CPR (1-Day) Learn how to recognize and care for breathing emergencies, heart attack, and cardiac arrest in adults and infants. An American Red Cross Community CPR and First Aid instructor will teach this twelve-hour program. In the Community CPR class, the student will also learn how to care for an adult/infant who has stopped breathing, and learn how to give CPR to an individual whose heart has stopped. Class size is limited. (Course Fee: $50) 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Sat. Room 304 58204 722 8100 AH PER January 26 Spring I Rose 58205 722 8100 AH PER March 29 Spring II ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHER/ECG TECHNICIAN (7-Weeks) ) The ECG technician performs diagnostic tests related to the heart, recording the heart’s electrical impulses onto a paper strip. The pattern of the signals can tell the physician whether the heart is normal, experiencing electrical problems, under strain, or damaged. The ECG technician will administer and document various types of ECG monitoring, and will provide appropriate care of the equipment. The course will cover Holter monitoring application. The ECG technician works in physicians’ offices, clinics, hospitals, and diagnostic centers. (Course Fee: $425) 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sat Room 305 58206 722 6060 ER VOC January 26 – March 8 Spring I Taylor 58208 722 6060 ER VOC March 29 – May 10 Spring II

MEDICAL BILLING & CODING PART I (8-Weeks) NEW This course will cover the organization of medical billing, with an exploration of clerical and administrative careers within the healthcare industry. There will be an expansion on business office terminology, medical claim forms, and the Registration process and its impact on medical billing. These sessions will also cover the importance and interpretation of medical claims by Insurance companies/payers; payer-specific requirements, and an expansion on Business Office terminology and resources, as they apply to patient accounts. (Course Fee: $258) 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 a.m. Sat. Room 306 58211 722 8500 AB VOC January 26 – March 15 Spring I Hill

MEDICAL BILLING & CODING PART II (6-Weeks) This course will cover an introduction to medical coding conventions, as they apply to medical billing. Upon completion, participants will differentiate in the appropriateness of the ICD9-CM, the CPT-4, and HCPCS Level II. (Course Fee: $185) Students must complete Medical Billing I, II and III. Room 314 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Sat. Hollingsworth 58219 722 8519 LV VOC January 26 – March 1 Spring I 58221 722 8519 LV VOC March 29 – May 3 Spring II MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY I (6-Weeks) Medical Terminology is the technical language of the health sciences. This course will consist of the introduction to Latin and Greek etymology. Emphasis will be placed on prefixes, suffixes, root stems and practicum. (Course Fee: $85) Room 316 10:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Sat. Hill 58224 722 8502 WI VOC/10 March 29 – May 3 Spring II

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BASIC NURSING ASSISTANT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
The Basic Nursing Assistant course is a 12—13 week program. It is designed to teach the beginning nurse assistant the skills required to assist clients who are unable to perform their own personal care. The clinical section provides the hands on experience to perfect the skills learned in the classroom setting and to function effectively as a member of the health care team. Day and evening classes are available. Daytime classes meet 2 days a week (Monday & Wednesday) from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Evening class meet 2 days a week (Thursday & Friday) from 4:00 p.m. to 9 p.m. A Placement Test is required to take the course. Placement Tests are given free of charge in the Placement Center, Room 402, daily from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (Monday, Tuesday & Friday) and at 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Wednesday & Thursday) and at 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday (excluding holidays). YOU MUST BRING A PHOTO ID. Upon completion of the placement test, contact the CNA department in regards to ORIENTATION and registration for the class, at which time, costs for textbooks, state mandated fees and equipment costs are discussed. The tuition for this class is $604 a non-refundable Activity Fee and Registration Fee are included in tuition charge. This course is WIA approved. This class is not covered by the PELL or FAFSA grants. Upon successful completion of the Basic Nurse Assistant Training Program, students are eligible to take the Illinois Department of Public Health Nurse Aide Competency Exam ($50). CLASSES ARE HELD AT: HAROLD WASHINGTON COLLEGE 30 E. Lake Street, Room 1028 ● Chicago, IL 60601 ● Brenda Dennis BS, Coordinator (312) 553-5848 Instructors: F. Spearman RN, MSN T. Murray RN, MSN N. Roddy RN, BSN B. James, RN COME TO OUR INFO-SESSION January, 11th AT 9:00 a.m. (Room 1001) **** CLASSES ARE SCHEDULED TO BEGIN THE WEEK OF January 14th **** Limited Seating in each class

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PARALEGAL TRAINING
This is a program of 10 basic courses designed to give the students a comprehensive overview of the role and responsibilities of the paralegal or legal assistant. This certificate of completion training is designed to meet the needs of the novice, as well as the person who is currently employed in the legal field. Attorneys who practice law and have experience in the area of law will teach the classes. The attorneys will be able to provide the student with a practical approach to assisting the busy lawyer in the daily practice of law. Students must take all 10 courses.

CONTRACTS & TORTS This class would cover basic contract and tort law, as it pertains to creation, rights, obligations, duties and remedies. (Course Fee: $95) 58225 722 5072 CC PER 6:30 p.m. – 8:45 p.m. Mon. Room 323 January 28 – March 3 Spring I Robertson EMPLOYMENT AND LABOR LAW Introduction to the laws surrounding the workplace. Explores the rights of employers and employees, union/ labor organizations and collective bargaining agreements. Discussion and preparation of documents used in cases concerning claims. (Course Fee: $95) 58226 722 5073 XR PER 6:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. Tues Room 1119 January 22 –March 4 Spring I Brown ESTATES, TRUSTS AND WILLS Survey of estates and trusts, types of property ownership, estates and the probate process. Creation and management of trusts and wills will be included. Probate administration (including the opening of the estate, probating a will, appointment of executors, administrators and guardians), definition and explanation of estate assets to the client, and closing the estate. (Course Fee: $95) 58237 722 5074 AV PER 6:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. Wed. Room 304 January 23 – February 27 Spring I BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS Introduction to the different types of business entities: sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations. Students draft documents and learn how these entities are formed. (Course Fee: $95) 58242 722 5078 HU PER 6:30 p.m. – 8:45 p.m. Thurs. Room TBA January 24 – February 28 Spring I Robertson REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Introduction to the general principles surrounding the sale and purchase of real estate. Preparation of real estate closing documents. (Course Fee: $95) 58244 722 5071 WH PER 6:00 p.m.-8:15 p.m. Fri. Room 302 January 25 – February 29 Spring I Brown CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURES This course is an introduction to the elements of criminal law with emphasis on the constitutional rights of the defendant from the arrest through jail. (Course Fee: $95) 6:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. Mon Room 302 58262 722 5079 LD PER Brown March 24 – April 28 Spring II LEGAL RESEARCH AND WRITING This course explores the fundamental of business correspondence and legal writing will be taught, including the presentation and organization of facts and legal analysis of cases and statues. Basic skills and techniques of library and computerized research. Explores the different types of specialty areas for paralegal work. (Course Fee: $95) 6:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. Tues. Room 1119 58254 722 5076 PD PER Robertson March 25 – April 29 Spring II

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CIVIL LITIGATION This course is an introduction to civil law and the litigation process. An overview of case development and pre-trail practice and procedures will be covered. This class explores the stages of case preparation from the client interview on up to the trial. (Course Fee: $95) 6:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. Wed. Room 304 58255 722 5075 ET PER March 26 – April 30 Spring II FAMILY LAW This course is an overview of skills needed to assist the lawyer in the management of a family law case. Develop an understanding of domestic relations statutes regarding divorce, custody, and child support (also includes and overview of property distribution, spousal maintenance and related matters). How to conduct client interviews, acquire background information, draft petitions for dissolution, discovery requests and response, settlement agreements and preparing the case for trial. (Course Fee: $95) 6:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. Thurs. Room TBA 58257 722 5077 BR PER March 27 – May 1 Spring II ROLE OF THE PARALEGAL Designed for persons who are interested in pursuing a career as a paralegal. This course defines the legal tasks delegated to the paralegal, educational requirements, general and specific duties and compensation. An overview of the state and federal court systems and procedures as well as alternative dispute resolution methods for resolving legal controversies. (Course Fee: $95) 6:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. Fri. Room 323 58250 722 5070 PD PER March 28 – May 2 Spring II

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COMPUTER TRAINING INSTITUTE
COMPUTER BASICS (SENIORS WELCOME) This class will cover computer terminology, keyboard basics, controlling the mouse, introduction to the Windows Operating System, word processing basics and much more. (Course Fee: $98) 12:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Fri. Room 406 58390 722 3048 IV VOC January 25 – February 29 Spring I Hernandez 58392 722 3048 IV VOC March 28 – May 2 Spring II INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP This is an introductory course presenting the basics of Microsoft Windows XP. Topics include navigating the Windows environment, manipulating windows, starting applications, managing files and folders, and an overview of the new utility features built in Windows XP. This will be a training course in which class participants will follow steps to complete basic Windows operations. PREREQUISITES: Students must be able to use a mouse and Keyboard or must have completed Introduction to Computers Course. Textbook required: Microsoft Windows XP — Illustrated Complete (Paperback, 2002) Author: Steven M. Johnson ISBN: 0619057025 Publisher: Course Technology (Course Fee: $98) 9:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. Sat. Room 401 58395 722 3012 MU VOC January 26 – March 1 Spring I Hernandez 58396 722 3012 MU VOC March 29 – May 3 Spring II INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT WORD 2007 Learn to master the features of Microsoft WORD. This course will teach you how to produce, edit, format and print documents. Emphasis will be placed on usage of the mouse, multiple-document selection and saving/retrieving documents. The majority of WORD’s operating commands will be presented and discussed. Recommended prerequisite: Introduction to Windows and a typing speed of 10 WPM. (Course Fee: $98) 11:30 a.m. – 1:45 p.m. Sat. Room 405 58397 722 3010 KK VOC January 26 – March 1 Spring I Wiggins 58398 722 3010 KK VOC March 29 – May 3 Spring II MICROSOFT WORD (INTERMEDIATE) 2007 This course provides information to those who are beyond the introductory stage. Topics include: creating, saving, printing documents, and saving documents as Web pages. Projects include creating sales proposal, business plans, form letters, and newsletters. RECOMMENDED PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Microsoft Word (Course Fee: $98) 5:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. Mon. Room 401 58399 722 3098 VH VOC January 28 – March 3 Spring I Kemp 58401 722 3098 VH VOC March 24 – April 28 Spring II INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT ACCESS 2007 Learn how to plan and build a database. Keep track and coordinate information from a variety of sources for business and personal use. Students will analyze and customize in different ways, print reports, queries, charts and labels. Integration of Access with other programs such as Word and Excel will also be introduced. PREREQUISITES: Students must be able to use a mouse and/or have completed Introduction to Windows. (Course Fee: $98) 9:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. Sat. Room TBA 58403 722 3029 PP VOC January 26 – March 1 Spring I Wiggins 58404 722 3029 PP VOC March 29 – May 3 Spring II

INTRODUCTION TO WEB PAGE DESIGN This introductory course provides students with an overview of the Internet, World Wide Web, Web pages and HTML. Learn the Web development standards using DHTML and XHTML and their relation to HTML along with the five phases of the Web Development. Other topics include; creating and editing Web pages, Creating Web Pages with Links, Images and Formatted text. Students will learn the powerful use of tables to organize information on a Web page. PREREQUISITES: Be able to create documents with any Windows word processor and be comfortable with Windows File Management or proficient in Windows Operating System. Textbook Required (Course Fee: $98) 5:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. Mon. Room 408 58407 722 3025 PD VOC January 28 –March 3 Spring I Hernandez 58410 722 3025 PD VOC March 24 – April 28 Spring II

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WEB PAGE DESIGN (ADVANCED) This course will extend the introductory concepts of web page design. Learn to manipulate the invaluable skill of underlying code like any developer and manage FTP Internet Protocol. After reviewing basic HTML coding, you will learn how to enhance web pages with colors, backgrounds textures, sounds, movies and animation. You will also be introduced to advanced topics including tables, cascading style sheets, frames, banners image maps and an introduction to JavaScript. This course will cover the introduction techniques of WYSIWYG Editors like Microsoft Front Page and Netscape Composer in addition you will learn file management in a cross-platform environment. (Course Fee: $98) 12:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Sat. Room 407 58454 722 3035 HL VOC January 26 – March 1 Spring I Hernandez 58456 722 3035 HL VOC March 29 – May 3 Spring II INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT EXCEL SPREADSHEET FOR WINDOWS 2007 In this introductory course into the world of spreadsheets, students will learn the fundamental concepts of developing a spreadsheet and their uses in today’s business community. Basic spreadsheet concepts and principles are covered. Students will create several spreadsheets and learn how they can be used and maintained. This course builds a good foundation for more advanced spreadsheet courses. PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Microsoft Windows. (Course Fee: $98) 5:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. Thurs. Room 401 58457 722 3028 JT VOC January 24 – February 28 Spring I Hernandez 58460 722 3028 JT VOC March 27 – May 1 Spring II MICROSOFT EXCEL (INTERMEDIATE) 2007 Topics include formulas, functions, charting, formatting worksheets, absolute cell references, working with large worksheets, what-if analysis, using Excel to create static and dynamic web pages, financial functions, data tables, amortization schedules, cell protection, worksheet database manipulation, lookup functions, database functions, templates, working with multiple worksheets and workbooks, and customized printing. (Course Fee: $98) 5:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. Wed. Room 408 58461 722 3096 HH VOC January 23 – February 29 Spring I Wiggins 58463 722 3096 HH VOC March 26 – April 30 Spring II MICROSOFT EXCEL (ADVANCED) 2007 (Back by popular demand!) Topics include macros, VBA, Solver, data validation, password protection, Scenario Manager, Pivot Charts, Pivot Tables, Pivot Table lists, importing data, tracking changes, Send To command, and Data Maps. (Course Fee: $98) 5:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. Thurs. Room 408 58464 722 3097 VV VOC January 24 – February 28 Spring I Kemp 58465 722 3097 VV VOC March 27 – May 1 Spring II INTRODUCTION TO MIICROSOFT POWER POINT 2007 This class introduces students to creating a presentation consisting of a title slide and single- and multi-level bulleted lists. Students learn about PowerPoint design templates, objects, and attributes. Next, students learn how to create a slide presentation on the Outline tab, add clip art, and animation effects. Finally, Web feature introduces creating a Web page by saving an existing PowerPoint presentation as an HTML file. With the presentation converted to a Web page, they can post the file to an intranet or to the World Wide Web. (Course Fee: $98) 5:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. Fri. 58467 722 3021 CP VOC January 25 – February 29 Spring I Room 401 58468 722 3021 CP VOC March 28 – May 2 Spring II Kemp

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ENGLISH COMMUNICATION
IMPROVING YOUR ENGLISH I – ESSENTIALS OF GRAMMAR Do you feel confident in your ability to speak and write English correctly? This class will cover the fundamentals of grammar, including parts of speech, parts of sentence structure, and subject-verb agreement. You will review how to use verbs correctly including, tense, adjectives and adverbs and using adjectives and adverbs correctly. This class will enable you to be successful when you take the GED, GMAT, CLEP and other entrance exams. (Course Fee: $65) 5:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. Tues. Room 323 58263 722 6001 SH PER/10 January 22 –March 4 Spring I Diamond 58267 722 6001 SH PER/10 March 25 – April 29 Spring II IMPROVING YOUR ENGLISH II – ADVANCED GRAMMAR English II is designed to provide knowledge and understanding of advanced grammar principles. A mastery of the structural elements of our language - phrases, clauses, different types of sentence construction, along with correct usage and syntax - allows the writer to express thoughts more skillfully and to provide a sense of precision in writing. Students will learn punctuation, which is essential to clear writing. The proper use of commas, semicolons, colons, apostrophes, and dashes is a sign of quality in professional and personal communications. This class will enable you to be successful when you take the GED, GMAT, CLEP and other exams. (Course Fee $65) 5:30 p.m.-7:45 p.m. Thurs. Room 1119 58281 722 6002 LQ PER January 24 – February 28 Spring I Diamond 58283 722 6002 LQ PER March 27 – May 1 Spring II

LANGUAGES
INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH This course is an introduction to the Spanish language. Emphasis will be placed on phonetics, basic grammatical patterns and vocabulary. Students will also focus on situational dialogues. (Course Fee $65) 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Mon. Room 619 58293 722 7321 FR PER January 28 –March 3 Spring I Simpson 58294 722 7321 FR PER March 24 – April 28 Spring II CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH This course is an introduction to the French Language. Students will focus on dialogues, phonetics, basic grammar and vocabulary. Students will also focus on situational dialogues. (Course Fee $65) 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Tues. Room 304 58295 721 7317 KW PER January 22 – March 4 Spring I Schmidt 58296 721 7317 KW PER March 25 – April 29 Spring II AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I This class introduces the fundamentals of American Sign Language (ASL) including basic vocabulary, syntax, finger spelling, and grammatical non-manual signals. This class focuses on communicative competence. Students will develop gestural skills as a foundation for ASL enhancement. (Course Fee: $85) 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Sat. Room 602 58297 722 4201 SU PER January 26 – March 1 Spring I Clemons 58298 722 4201 SU PER March 29 – May 3 Spring II AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II NEW This course is designed to provide knowledge and strengthen signing skills using concrete nouns, action verbs, abstractions and descriptives. Dialogues will be formed from the vocabulary to help students communicate to the deaf/hard of hearing community. (Course Fee $85) 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Sat. 59369 722 4202 US PER January 26 – March 1 Spring I 59370 722 4202 US PER March 29 – May 3 Spring II

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FITNESS
PILATES Pilates is a full body workout that strengthens you from the inside out. It was designed to increase flexibility, strength, coordination and posture. Pilates is a series of succinct exercises and flowing movements. The exercises will focus on form, precision, and breath. Pilates will leave you feeling energized and invigorated and is appropriate for people of all ages and backgrounds. (Course Fee: $55) 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Mon. 58299 721 6019 KW REC January 28 – Mar 3 Spring I 58300 721 6019 KW REC March 24 – April 28 Spring II Fresh (above course will be held at 226 West Jackson) 2nd Floor

DANCING
Sizzling Salsa, Cumbia, Cha Cha Cha, Merengue, and Bachata (Bonus: Samba) NEW Singles and couples! Have an enjoyable evening learning easy and lovely patterns for Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, Bachata, and Cha Cha Cha (Bonus: Samba). Norm Viray of Dancemates and co-host of "You Can Dance with Dancemates," will show you how to unwind from your day and have fun in the process. (Course Fee: $65) 6:15 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. Wed. 59177 723 3010 KK REC January 23 – February 27 Spring I Viray (Above course will be held at 226 West Jackson) 2nd Floor Dancing for Weddings and Special Occasions (American-Style Waltz, Foxtrot, Rumba, and Tango; and EastCoast Swing (Bonus: Polka) NEW Singles and couples! Get ready to dance at weddings, anniversary parties, and other special occasions. Learn AmericanStyle (the easiest and most fun Ballroom-dance style), Tango, Foxtrot, Rumba, Waltz, and the energetic and easy-to-learn East Coast Swing (Bonus: Polka). Norm Viray of Dancemates teaches you how to have fun while learning to dance. 8:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Wed. 59178 723 3005 VI REC January 23 – February 27 Spring I Viray (above course will be held at 226 West Jackson) 2nd Floor Blazing Intermediate to Advanced Cha Cha Cha, Salsa, Cumbia, Bachata, and Merengue (Bonus: Samba) NEW Singles and Couples! Get ready for more exciting combinations/techniques, dips, turns along with the integration of more effective leading &, following, coordination, styling, accents, and showmanship. This class is a blast! Norm Viray of DanceMates. will l show you how to have maximum fun. (Course Fee Fee $65) 6:15 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. Wed 59187 723 3013 LD REC April 2 – May 7 Spring II Viray (above course will be held at 226 West Jackson) 2nd Floor MORE DANCING! for Weddings and Special Occasions (American-Style Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot & Rumba, EastCoast Swing, and Polka) NEW Singles and Couples! If you cannot get enough of ―Dancing for Weddings & Special Occasions‖, this class is for you! Get ready to learn more combinations that are fun but still easy to lead and follow. Get on with the coordination, rhythm, styling, accents, and showmaship.. (Course Fee: $65) 8:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Wed. 59188 723 3014 LD REC April 2 – May 7 Spring II Viray (above course will be held at 226 West Jackson) 2nd Floor BELLY DANCING Focus will be on fundamentals of dance with isolation exercises for legs, torso and hips. Choreography will include traditional, folklore and cabaret. (Course Fee: $65) 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Tues. 58302 723 3001 JD REC January 22 – March 4 Spring I 58303 723 3001 JD REC March 25 – April 29 Spring II Djalaal (above course will be held at 226 West Jackson) 2nd Floor

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STEPPING – TECHNIQUES OF ORIGINAL STYLES If you are tired of going out and not being able to dance, here is an opportunity to learn. Join this class and learn the most popular social dance called stepping. (Course Fee: $65) 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Fri. 58304 723 3015 MY REC January 25 – February 29 Spring I 58307 723 3015 MY REC March 28 – May 2 Spring II Young (above course will be held at 226 West Jackson) 2nd Floor

PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
INTRODUCTION TO WHEEL THROWING Come on out to Harold Washington College to start your weekend right! Join us for an introductory wheel throwing class early on Friday evenings. This class will cover such topics a, how to center clay, create a bowl on the wheel, and basic surface decorations such AKA glaze and slips. All clay, glaze and firing will be provided. (Course Fee $155) 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Fri. Room 805 58308 722 7031 AS PER January 25 – February 29 Spring I Riley 58309 722 7031 AS PER March 28 – May 2 Spring II BASIC COLLEGE MATHEMATICS In this course, mathematical operations with fractions, decimals, and percents will be presented. The course will also include calculations with signed numbers, equations and variables. (Course Fee: $65) 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Sat. Room 320 58310 722 6013 SU PER January 26 – March 1 Spring I 58311 722 6013 SU PER March 29 – May 3 Spring II BEGINNING PIANO Basic introduction to the keyboard. Classes will be held in a well-equipped piano lab. You will have access to practice rooms. (Course Fee: $65) (Class limit 10). REGISTER EARLY! 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Tues. Room 313 58312 723 6005 WI PER January 22 – March 4 Spring I Scott 58314 723 6005 WI PER March 25 – April 29 Spring II PIANO II NEW This course explores additional music theory, sight reading and playing more complicated pieces of music. In this level 2 class, students are taught hands-on improvisational skills and will explore more varied styles of piano music including: classical, blues, stride and popular songs. Prerequisite Beginning Piano (Course Fee $65) (Class limit 10) REGISTER EARLY! 7:15 p.m. – 8:45 p.m. Tues. 59367 723 6006 IW PER January 22 – March 4 Spring I Room 313 59368 723 6006 IW PER March 25 – April 29 . Spring II Scott DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I Digital Photography is a new and exciting experience so come and learn how to use your digital camera and all of its functions. Not only will you become more experienced with your camera, you will be more comfortable taking your camera with you and getting good shots. This class is an introduction to digital photography and camera usage. Any digital camera will work! The class focuses on camera functions and composition with some critique. There will be field trips and assignments and at the end of this class you will see that your photo taking skills have greatly improved! (Course Fee: $65) 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Mon. Room 625 58318 723 7656 PW PER January 28 – March 3 Spring I O’Brien 58319 723 7656 PW PER March 24 – April 28 Spring I DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY II Digital Photography has become one of the most leading image capturing methods. One must know how to organize and present themselves or it can become one chaotic mess! This class will give you the chance to tell a story with your images by book making and slideshows. This course is offered to those who have completed the Digital Photo I class or those who have working knowledge of their camera and its functions. Not only will you walk away with a finished product, you will also learn to organize and archive your digital files. (Course Fee $65) 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Thurs. Room 1117 58321 723 7657 IC PER January 24 – February 28 Spring I O’Brien 58323 723 7657 IC PER March 27 – May 11 Spring II

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Office of the City Treasurer Stephanie D. Neely, City Treasurer “OUR MONEY MATTERS” THE ABC’S OF PERSONAL FINANCE Tired of debt and scraping by? Fed up with high currency exchange fees? Want to open checking and savings accounts at federally insured banks? Get your finances on solid ground by learning the basics of banking, savings, mortgages, insurance and debt management. Classes are City of Chicago Treasurer. Thursday (6-weeks) 6:00-8:00 P.M. Room TBA 58324 722-5025 TT PER January 24 – February 28 Spring I 58325 722 5025 TT PER March 27 – May 1 Spring II

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______________________________________________________ OUR MONEY MATTERS PHASE II DISCOVERING FINANCIAL EMPOWERMENT Are you ready for the next level in personal finance? Are you looking for a roadmap to guide you through more advanced topics in money management? This class is for you. The City Treasurer’s Office has initiated a second phase in the popular “Our Money Matters” financial literacy program. The new curriculum provides information on topics such as: investments, insurance, trusts, real estate, small business ownership and more. Classes are FREE and sponsored by the City of Chicago Treasurer. Thursday (6-weeks) 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Room TBA 58326 722 5024 AA PER January 26 – March 1 Spring I 58327 722 5024 PH 22 PER March 27 – May 1 Spring II

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Join us during lunch 1-Day Computer Training Workshops All Workshops $10.00

Harold Washington College is offering a series of 1-day workshops designed to assist you in the use of software applications that are frequently used. Whether you need a refresher or a quick introduction to some popular software, join us during your lunch hour for any of the information workshops listed below. All sessions will be held in the open computer lab Room 404. The cost of each workshop is $10.00.

Operating Systems
Introduction to Windows XP This class will introduce you to Windows fundamentals: using the mouse, scrolling, opening, closing, minimizing and maximizing windows, using the task bar, and help tool. No pre-requisite (Workshop Fee: $10). 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Mon. 59175 722 3012 KW VOC January 28 Spring I Room 404 E-mail and the Internet This class will introduce you to email and internet fundamentals: learn to open, close and send e-mail. Demonstrate how to work with attachments: sending, receiving & using them. Demonstrate how to delete messages, and sort messages by subject, sender, or date. No pre-requisite (Workshop Fee: $10). 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Tues. 722 3034 WK VOC January 22 Spring I Room 404

Documentation, Reports, and Mailing
Introduction to Microsoft Word 2007 This class will introduce you to Word fundamentals: opening, closing and saving documents, fonts, margins, printing, bolding, underlining, and italicizing, centering, inserting dates, selecting and using the speller. Introduction to MLA and APA writing styles reference websites. Pre-requisite: Introduction to Windows XP or experience in Windows XP (Workshop Fee: $10). 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Wed. 59176 722 3010 KL VOC January 23 Spring I Room 404

Spreadsheets
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2007 This class will demonstrate the Excel fundamentals: saving, closing, opening documents, fonts, margins, printing, bolding, underlining and italicizing, centering, printing and simple formulas. Pre-requisite: Introduction to Windows XP or experience in Windows XP (Workshop Fee: $10). 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Thurs. 59173 722 3028 LW VOC January 24 Spring I Room 404

Presentations
Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 This class will introduce you to PowerPoint fundamentals: saving, closing, opening presentations, formatting slides and inserting pictures. Plus, learn how to run and automate a simple slide show. Pre-requisite: Introduction to Windows XP or experience in Windows XP (Workshop Fee: $10). 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Fri. 59174 722 3021 LW VOC January 25 Spring I Room 404

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Lifelong Learning
Continuing Education

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