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Learning for a
Lifetime...
4Professional Development
 Programs – p. 2
4Preparatory Skills – p. 14
4Personal Enrichment – p. 17
4Kids College and
 Summer Camps – p. 24
450+ Club – p. 31
Welcome

             Welcome back to Continuing Education at Queensborough!
            I am delighted to report that the new programs we introduced
            in the spring were very successful and that the majority of
            students enrolled in these programs were new to
            Continuing Education at Queensborough. Building on this
            success, we are swiftly expanding many of these programs this
summer to bring you even more classes that are meaningful to you.

In addition to the myriad enrichment, recreational and workforce certificate
programs for children and adults, Queensborough’s Continuing Education
program will also be offering customized contract training in the area of
professional teacher development in ESL, Computers and Driving Instruc-
tion. Contact Dean Ward at 718 281-5643 for more information on these
customized workforce training programs.

At Queensborough, we are proud to offer a growing choice of programming
to our friends in the greater Queens community and will continue our com-
mitment to offering you classes and programs that truly enrich your lives.

Enjoy your summer!

Dr. Eduardo J. Martí
President of Queensborough Community College



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Summer is a great time to explore new interests and profes-
sional avenues. We have an exciting line-up of courses,
camps and clubs for kids, teens, and adults. For K-12th
graders look to our OASIS Summer Day Camp, the Theatre
Arts Center Musical Theatre ensemble, Kids College and
Chinese Academy as well as our latest high tech video game
design programs from Game Builders AcademyTM. For adults, test the waters
in a new career by registering for one of our many certificate programs. And
for boomers and seniors enjoy new programs, such as Photo and Fine Art
Matting, in our 50+ Club. We look forward to seeing you on campus.

Have an enjoyable summer!

                                                            Denise Ward
                                                          Assistant Dean
                         Continuing Education and Workforce Development
Table of Contents
  Professional Development
  	                 Accounting	Certificate		.............................................................................................	2
  	                 Bookkeeping	Certificate		..........................................................................................	2
  	                                                        .
                    Paralegal	Studies	Certificate		..................................................................................	3
  	                 Teacher	Professional	Education	Certificates		...................................................	4
  	                 Personal	Trainer	Certification	Exam	Review		.....................................................5
  	                 Bank	Teller	Training	......................................................................................................5
  	                                             .
                    Notary	Public	Seminar		..............................................................................................5
  	                 Home	Based	Medical	Billing	Service		...................................................................5
  	                 Health	&	Allied	Service	Certifications		................................................................6
  	                 Medical	Office	Biller	Certificate		..........................................................................	9
  	                                                            .
                    Design	&	Building	Technology		............................................................................. 10
  	                 Interior	Design	&	Decorating	Certificate		..........................................................1 1
  	                 On-line	Certifications		...............................................................................................12
  	
  Preparatory Skills
  	                                             .
                    Computer	Skills		.........................................................................................................	14
  	                 GED		.................................................................................................................................. 15
  	                                                    .
                    Graduate	Test	Prep		................................................................................................... 15
  	                                                                                      .
                    ESL	-	English	as	a	Second	Language			................................................................. 16
  	                                  .
                    Languages		............................................................................................................................16
  	

  Personal Enrichment
  	                 Wealth	Management		.................................................................................................17
  	                 Bridge	for	Beginners		..................................................................................................17
  	                 Driving	Programs		........................................................................................................ 18
  	                 Studio	and	Fine	Arts		................................................................................................. 19
  	                                                  .
                    Photography	&	Film	...................................................................................................20
  	                 Recreation	&	Sports		..................................................................................................21
  	                 Mindful	Movement		...................................................................................................21
  	                 Dance		..............................................................................................................................22
  	                 Swimming		......................................................................................................................23

  Kids College		..................................................................................................................................24
  	
  50+ Club		...........................................................................................................................................31




                                                                                3
Professional DeveloPment
                           4Accounting Certificate                              4Bookkeeping Certificate
                           Accounting & Computer Assistant                      Bookkeeping
                           Business Certificate                                 Ken Williams, BBA, MS, CUNY College
                           Ronald Williams, MAEd                                Accountant - QCC
                           This	 curriculum	 focuses	 on	 basic	 accounting	    Designed	for	those	with	no	previous	experience	
                           theory	with	hands-on	practice	of	a	computer	         in	Bookkeeping.	Obtain	the	necessary	knowl-
                           software	package	(Quickbooks	Pro)	in	wide	use	       edge	 to	 professionally	 work	 as	 a	 full-charge	
                           in	business	offices	and	professional	accounting.	
                                                                           	    bookkeeper.	This	is	an	ideal	program	for	cur-
                           Designed	 for	 owners	 of	 small	 businesses	        rent	 bookkeepers	 and	 individuals	 who	 aspire	
                           and	 students	 contemplating	 the	 study	 of	        to	 grow	 in	 this	 career.	 required textbook:	
                           Accounting	 on	 the	 college	 level.	 Required	      Bookkeeping Made Simple by David a. Flannery,
                           textbook	is	available	at	the	QCC	Bookstore.	         the Philip lief group, inc. available at the QCC
                           rEquirED CErTiFiCATE CourSES:
                                                                                bookstore.
                           BUX-195	 	 ccounting	I
                                    A                                           rEquirED CErTiFiCATE CourSES:
                           BUX-196	 	 ccounting	II
                                    A                                                    B
                                                                                BUX-192	 	 ookkeeping	I
                           CPX-020	 	ntroduction	to	Windows	(for	those	
                                    I                                                    B
                                                                                BUX-193	 	 ookkeeping	II
                                    without	computer	experience)
                           CPX-300	 Quickbooks	Pro	for	Windows                  Level i
                           	        (offered	only	Fall	&	Spring	Semesters)    Learn	 what	 bookkeeping	 entails:	 includes	
                                                                              vocabulary,	business	transactions,	bookkeeping	
                           Accounting i                                       equations,	 assets	 and	 liabilities,	 the	 income	
                           Study	 the	 accounting	 cycle,	 including	 state- statement	 -	 revenues	 and	 expenditures,	 net	
                           ments,	 trial	 balance	 and	 journalizing.	 Learn	 income,	the	journal,	the	ledger,	errors,	special	
                           how	to	start	an	accounting	system,	analyze	and	 journals,	 the	 worksheet,	 trial	 balance	 sheet,	
                           journalize	transactions,	post	to	a	general	led- financial	statements,	closing	the	books,	book-
                           ger,	 and	 read	 financial	 statements.	 Computer	 keeping	scenarios.	
                           sessions	with	Excel	and	Quickbooks.	               BUX-192	 14	sessions	/	$265
                           BUX-195	 8	sessions	/	$290                         MW	       Mon	&	Wed,	6-8pm,
                           TR	         6	classes,	Tues	&	Thurs,	6:30-9pm,     	         June	2-July	16
                           	           June	3-19
                           	           2	labs,	Tues	&	Thurs,	6:30-9pm,        Level ii
                           	           June	24-26                             Covers	 merchandising	 accounts,	 depreciation,	
                                                                              checking	 accounts,	 bank	 reconciliation,	 petty	
                           Accounting ii                                      cash	fund,	interest,	calculating	interest,	payroll	
                           Develop	additional	competency	in	accounting	 records;	partnerships,	corporations,	and;		book-
                           techniques,	including	hands-on	computer	use	 keeping	and	the	computer,	Excel	spreadsheets,	
                           of	 Introduction	 to	 Quickbooks,	 journalizing,	 computerized	bookkeeping	tasks.	Prerequisite:
                           posting,	worksheets,	financial	statements,	and	 Bookkeeping I (BUX-192)	
                           payroll.		Prerequisite: BUX-195 or equivalent.     BUX-193	 12	sessions	/	$295	
                           BUX-196	 8	sessions	/	$290                         TR	       Tues	&	Thurs,	6-8pm,
                           TR	         5	classes,	Tues	&	Thurs,	6:30-9pm,     	         June	10-July	17	including
                           	           July	1-15                              	         2	Computer	Labs	on	July	8	&	15
                           	           3	labs,	Tues	&	Thurs,	6:30-9pm
                           	           July	17-24	
                                                                                          oNLiNE CErTiFiCATE
                                                                                      in	administrative Professional
                                     TAX PrEP iNSTiTuTE                                 and	Certified bookkeeper
                                                                                               –	see	page	12
                                         Save the Date!
                                      Friday, November 7




                                                                            4
                                                                                                                   Professional DeveloPment
4Paralegal Studies Certificate
Paralegal Studies                                           Notary Public Seminar
Juan Carlos Fajardo, JD, Coordinator & Instructor;          Learn	 the	 laws,	 concepts,	 and	 procedures	
other specialized lawyers for various sessions              for	 the	 NYS	 test.	 Highlight	 situations	 the	
Train	for	one	of	the	fastest-growing	occupa-                officer	 may	 encounter,	 i.e.,	 avoiding	 conflict	
tions	 in	 America	 today.	 Gain	 practical	 skills	        of	 interest,	 professional	 ethics,	 proper	 fees,	
and	 learn	 procedures	 to	 prepare	 you	 for	              handling	 special	 situations,	 and	 minimizing	
success	 as	 a	 Paralegal.	 Learn	 how	 to	 build	 a	       legal	liability.	
career	 plan,	 locate	 potential	 employers,	 and	          BUX-101	 1	session	/	$65
find	 a	 job.	 Successful	 completion	 of	 and	             T	          Tues,	6:30-9:30pm,	July	15
required	attendance	in	these	three	(3)	courses	
(BUX	 238,	 BUX	 239,	 BUX	 101)	 and	 a	 grade	 of	
“C”or	better	leads	to	a	Certificate	in	Paralegal	             Register	for	both	Paralegal	classes	(BUX–	
Training.	Required	textbook	available	at	QCC	                  238	&	BUX–239)	and	the	Notary	Public	
Bookstore.	Prerequisite: High School Diploma                  class	(BUX–101)	at	initial	time	of	registra-
or equivalent; basic computer, internet and                       tion	and	receive	a	10%	discount.
writing skills. Attendance mandated.


                oPEN HouSE                                       WorKForCE & iNDiViDuAL
         Monday, May 12 • 5-8pm                                        TrAiNiNG
        Call 718.631.6343 to reserve.                             Queensborough	Community	College		
               BuX-238 oHM                                          Office	of	Continuing	Education		
                                                                      accepts	vouchers	issued	by		
                                                                   the	Workforce	Investment	Board.		
Practicum i:                                                        The	College	is	a	provider	for	the		
introduction to Laws & Procedures                                         following	programs:
This	 comprehensive	 course	 will	 introduce	                 •	 autoCaD	–	page 10
students	 to	 the	 principles	 and	 practices	 of	            •	 emt/Defibrillation training	–	page 6
the	 paralegal	 profession.	 Basic	 review	 of	 the	
American	 legal	 system,	 the	 mechanics	 of	                 •	 medical office biller	–	pages 9-10
the	 law	 office	 and	 the	 legal	 field	 covered.		          •	 Pharmacy technician test Preparation	–		
Understand	 the	 civil	 litigation	 process,	 immi-           	 		page 8
gration	 law,	 family	 law,	 landlord	 &	 tenant	   	           In	most	cases,	vouchers	cover	the	cost		
dispute,	contract	law,	and	criminal	justice.	                  of	tuition,	registration	fees,	material	and	
BUX-238			15	sessions	/	$375                                     books.	The	College	will	assist	with	job		
MWR	       Mon,	Wed	&	Thurs,	6:30-9pm,	                              placement	and	job	readiness.
	          June	2–July	3
	          Plus	5	hrs	of	Fieldwork	TBA                                  For	more	information,		
                                                                   and	to	determine	if	you	qualify,		
Practicum ii:                                                                contact	the		
                                                                  Jamaica	Workforce	One	Center	at		
Legal research, Writing & Fieldwork
                                                                168-46	91st	Avenue,	Jamaica,	NY	11432		
This	comprehensive	course	will	introduce	stu-
                                                                         or	call	718-557-6755.
dents	 to	 the	 fundamental	 skills	 needed	 to	
conduct	legal	research	inquiries,	investigations,	
and	interviews.		Emphasis	is	given	to	practical	
applications	and	real-life	work	experiences	of	
paralegals	by	combining	exercises	and	theories.	
Includes	computer	training	sessions.
BUX-239			15	sessions	/	$375
MWR	       Mon,	Wed	&	Thurs,	6:30-9pm,	
	          July	7–August	7	including
	          2	Computer	Labs	on	July	31	&	Aug	4

                                                        5
Professional DeveloPment
                           4Teacher Professional Education Certificates
                           Michele Singer-Berkowitz, Professional Diploma in        L.A.S.T. Prep Course
                           School Administration, MS in School Counseling,          (Liberal Arts & Sciences Test)
                           NYS Certified Prevention Professional. Presently         Mandated for future NYS Teachers –
                           the School Based Services Administrator for the          Upcoming Test Date: July 12
                           NYC Department of Education – Region 3 Student
                           Placement, Youth and Family Support Services,            Richard Shiels, MA, PD (Administration &
                           with 30 years of experience working violence and         Supervision), Regional Administrator of Special
                           substance abuse prevention, supervising school           Educatiion – Region 3
                           counselors and implementing violence preven-             Designed	to	prepare	prospective	teachers	for	the	
                           tion programs throughout the region. Adjunct             Liberal	Arts	and	Science	Test,	one	of	the	required	
                           Professor, Queens College Education Department           NYS	Teacher	certification	examinations.	
                                                                                    This	course	is	comprised	of	a	4-hour	diagnostic	  	
                           School Violence Prevention &                             pretest	 and	 24-hour	 class	 time,	 coupled	 with	
                           intervention Certification                               specific	Web	sites	for	additional	preparation	and	
                           NYS	 Law	 states	 that	 a	 person	 applying	 on	 or	     support.	 Effective	 strategies	 and	 approaches	
                           after	February	1,	2001,	initially,	or	for	the	renewal	   for	 reading	 comprehension,	 question	 analysis,	
                           of	a	license,	registration,	certificate,	or	limited	 	   and	 practice	 for	 successfully	 completing	 the	
                           permit	must	provide	documentation	that	he/               written	 essay	 section	 of	 the	 LAST	 exam	 will	
                           she	 has	 completed	 the	 required	 training	 in	        be	covered.	
                           School	Violence	Prevention	and	Intervention.	            An	 individualized	 study	 plan	 will	 be	 devel-
                           This seminar has been approved by the NYS                oped	for	each	participant	based	on	the	results	
                           Education Department.                                    of	 the	 pre-test.	 Home	 study	 materials	 pro-
                           Topics	 include:	Identification	 of	 warning	 signs	     vided.	 Required text:	The Best Coaching and
                           within	 a	 developmental	 and	 social	 context	          Study Guide for the NYS Teacher Examination
                           including	the	statutes,	regulations,	and	policies	       (NYSTCE),	LAST	ATS-W,	and	ATS-P,	Piscataway:
                           relating	 to	 a	 safe,	 non-violent	 school	 climate;	   Research & Education Association.
                           effective	 classroom	 management	 techniques	            PDX-122	 7	sessions	/	$225
                           that	promote	a	nonviolent	school	climate	and	            WP	         Wed,	5-9:30pm,	May	21	
                           enhance	learning;	the	integration	of	social	and	         	           Pre-diagnostic	test	session
                           problem-solving	skill	development	for	students	          	           Classes:	Wed,	5:30-9:30pm,	
                           within	 the	 regular	 curriculum;	 intervention	         	           May	21-July	2
                           techniques	and	how	to	participate	in	an	effec-
                           tive	 school/community	 process	 for	 students	           Admissions Test Prep reviews for
                           exhibiting	 violent	 behavior.	 Participants	 will	       Graduate & Professional Schools
                           receive	the	required	Certificate	of	Completion.           Trevor Daley, BS, MS
                           PDX-120	 1	session	/	$60                                  GrE/GMAT
                           WA	         Wed,	9:30am-12:30pm,	July	16                  For	Graduate	Admissions	into	an	MA/MS	or	
                                                                                     MBA	program.	Covers	mathematics	compo-
                           Child Abuse iD & reporting                                nent	of	pre-calculus,	algebra,	trigonometry,	
                           Certification                                             and	basic	mathematic	word	problems.
                           Required for teachers, MD’s, RN’s, podiatrists,           PSX-810	 8	sessions	/	$165
                           DDS’s, dental hygienists, optometrists, and               MW	       Mon	&	Wed,	6:15-8:15pm,	
                           psychologists.                                            	         June	9-July	2
                           Approved by the NYS Dept. of Education, this	
                                                                                     MCAT/DAT
                           course	 covers	 legal	 definitions	 of	 child	 abuse,	
                                                                                     For	Professional	Admissions	into	a	Medical	
                           neglect,	and	maltreatment;	physical	and	behav-
                                                                                     (MD)	 or	 Dental	 (DDS)	 school	 program.	
                           ioral	 signs	 of	 abuse;	 procedures	 for	 reporting;	
                                                                                     Covers	 physics,	 chemistry,	 biology,	 math	
                                                                                	
                           and	 legal	 implications	 of	 reporting	 and	 failing	
                                                                                     problem	solving,	reading	comprehension.
                           to	 report.	 Bring license and SSN to class.
                                                                                     PSX-811	 8	sessions	/	$165
                           Participants	receive	certificate	of	completion.
                                                                                     MW	       Mon	&	Wed,	6:15-8:15pm,	
                           PDX-121	 1	session	/	$60
                                                                                     	         July	7-30
                           TP	          Tues,	5:30-8:30pm,	July	15



                                                                                6
                                                                                                                   Professional DeveloPment
4Personal Trainer Exam Review                              4Notary Public Seminar
Personal Trainer                           Notary Public Seminar:
Certification Exam review                  How to Take & Pass the
Sharon Cevallos, MA, exercise physiology & New York State Notary Exam
sports medicine                                            Juan Carlos Fajardo, JD
Intensive	 training	 program	 for	 individuals	            Learn	 the	 laws,	 concepts,	 and	 procedures	 for	
interested	 in	 becoming	 a	 personal	 trainer	            the	 NYS	 test.	 Highlight	 situations	 the	 officer	
with	national	certification.		Study	anatomy	&	             may	encounter,	i.e.,	avoiding	conflict	of	interest,	
exercise	 physiology,	 neuromuscular	 function,	           professional	ethics,	proper	fees,	handling	special	 	
biomechanics	 &	 kinesiology,	 and	 nutritional	           situations,	and	minimizing	legal	liability.	
guidelines	 for	 safe	 and	 effective	 fitness	 pro-       BUX-101	 1	session	/	$65
gramming	 execution.	 This course is sanc-                 T	         Tues,	6:30-9:30pm,	July	15
tioned by the National Gym Association as
a review for its Certification Examination
for the Personal Trainer/instructor.
                                                           4Medical Billing Service
PEX-257	 3	sessions	/	$140
MA	        Mon,	9am-noon,	July	7-21,	and
                                                           Start a Home-Based
	          Mon,	1:15-4:15pm,	July	21                       Medical Billing Service
                                                           Vanessa Best, CPC, CCS-P, Principal, Precision
                                                           Health Care Consultants
4Bank Teller Training                                      Most	medical	practices	require	personnel	ser-
                                                           vices	 to	 manage	 accounts	 receivables	 and	
Bank Teller Training                                       claims	 processing.	 Learn	 how	 to	 start	 such	
Bruce Kopec, MBA, Bank Branch Manager                      a	 service	 and	 obtain	 hardware	 and	 software	
Prepare	 for	 employment	 as	 a	 teller	 in	 banks,	       inexpensively,	 what	 services	 to	 offer,	 how	 to	
credit	unions,	and	check-cashing	businesses—               market	your	business,	and	what	to	charge.	NYS	
a	 field	 particularly	 suitable	 for	 people	 with	       tax	 requirements	 and	 how	 to	 register	 your	
good	 numerical,	 clerical,	 and	 communication	           business	will	be	discussed.	Optional	materials	
skills;	 cash	 handling	 experience	 helpful.	 The	        fee	of	$45	will	be	payable	to	instructor.	Note:	
systems	taught	are	applicable	to	most	banking	             This is not part of the Medical office Biller
institutions.                                              Certificate program.
BUX-178	 5	sessions	/	$295                                 MBX-112	 1	session	/	$65
M	           Mon,	6-9pm,	June	2-30                         W	          Wed,	6:30-9:30pm,	June	18


       rEGiSTEr EArLY – AVoiD                                       Computer Skills for your
       LATE rEGiSTrATioN FEE                                       Professional Development:
                                                                    Windows explorer • outlook
                                                                     Word • excel • PowerPoint
                                                                          – see page 14




                                                       7
Professional DeveloPment
                           4Health & Allied Services Certifications
                           Cardiac Life Support                                      EMT/Defibrillation Certification
                           Training & Certification                                  Stephen Whitlock, Coordinator, and Lorraine
                           R. Harrison, Coordinator, QCC HPE&D, instructor           Brink, EMT-B, CIC
                           These	 courses	 provide	 skills	 for	 professional	
                                                                             	       required textbook: Brady Emergency Care, 10th
                           rescuer.	Dress	comfortably.	Please	read	the	text-         Edition, available at qCC Bookstore.
                           book	 prior	 to	 class.	 Required	 textbook:	 BLS         MMR immunization proof required at first class.
                           for the Healthcare Provider	 available	 at	 QCC	
                           Bookstore.	 Please bring $5 money order                   Basic Course
                           payable at class for certification.                       Covers	 all	 techniques	 undertaken	 by	 the	
                                                                                     EMT,	 and	 all	 operational	 aspects	 of	 the	 job.	
                                                                                     Demonstration,	 practice,	 and	 clinical	 obser-
                                     Note: Students should take                      vation	are	integrated.	To take the NYS exam
                                            Basic (AHX-100)                          and become certified, registrants must be
                                 if it has been more than one year                   18, fluent in English, and not physically
                                          since certification.                       disabled. Bring to 1st class card certifying
                                                                                     current CPR and standard First Aid or CFR
                                                                                     credentials. Prerequisite: CPR required & First
                           Basic Cardiac Life Support                                Aid recommended. exam august 2008
                           Basic	techniques	for	CPR	certification.	                  AHX-110	 40	sessions	/	$780
                           AHX-100	 $93.50*	/	9am-6pm                                MTR	      Mon,	Tues	&	Thurs,	times	vary
                           *includes	$8.50	for	pocket	face	mask	as	                  	         from	9am-1pm	&	2-6pm,
                           required	by	new	CPR	protocols                             	         Skills	&	Exam	6-10pm
                           F1	 Fri,	May	16	         W1	 Wed,	June	4                  	         Tues,	May	27-Thurs,	August	21
                           S	 Sat,	May	17	          W2	 Wed,	June	11                 	
                           F2	 Fri,	May	23		                                         refresher Challenge
                                                                                     Provides	 testing,	 evaluation,	 and	 necessary	
                                                                                     retraining	for	EMTs	needing	recertification.	Test	
                                    NurSiNG STuDENTS for CPr
                                                                                     cognition	 of	 emergency	 medical	 care	 and	     	
                                      required by third week.
                                                                                     performance	 in	 airway	 management,	 hem-
                                     Basic: AHX-100 / $67.50*
                                                                                     orrhage	 control	 and	 fracture	 management,	
                                                                                     traction	 splinting,	 and	 spinal	 immobilization.	
                                                                                     Sessions	mandatory	due	to	new/changed	NYS	
                           refresher Basic Cardiac Life Support                      curriculum.	 Course	 completion	 eligible	 for	
                           A	review	for	those	with	CPR	certification.	not
                                                                                     recertification.	 Enrollment based on pre-test
                           offered summer 2008	due	to	continued	intro-
                                                                                     given the first class.	exam august 2008
                           duction	of	new	AHA	CPR	protocols.
                                                                                     AHX-111	 15	sessions	/	$480
                                                                                     Same	schedule	as	above	(AHX	110)


                           Child Abuse iD & reporting Certification                  infection-Control Techniques
                           For teachers, MD’s, RN’s, podiatrists, DDS’s,             required in Health-Care Practice
                           dental hygienists, optometrists, and psychologists.       For RN’s, LPN’s, MD’s and PA’s
                           Michele Singer-Berkowitz, Professional Diploma in         Evelyn Jounakos, RN, MA
                           School Administration, MS in School Counseling            NYS-mandated	 training	 for	 renewing	 health-
                           Approved by the NYS Dept. of Education,	                  care	licenses.	Approved by the NYS Dept. of
                           this	 course	 covers	 legal	 definitions	 of	 child	      Education,	this	course	covers	Dept.	of	Health	
                           abuse,	 neglect,	 and	 maltreatment;	 physical	           policy	on	H.I.V.	and	Hepatitis	B,	and	Board	of	
                           and	behavioral	signs	of	abuse;	procedures	for	            Regents	 and	 Dept.	 of	 Health	 regulations	 on	
                           reporting;	 and	 legal	 implications	 of	 reporting	      professional	 conduct	 Receive	 certificate	 of	
                           and	failing	to	report.	Bring license and SSN to           completion.
                           class.	Receive	certificate	of	completion.                 AHX-150	 1	session	/	$65
                           PDX-121	 1	session	/	$60                                  T	         Tues,	6-9pm,	July	15
                           TP	        Tues,	5:30-8:30pm,	July	15

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                                                                                                               Professional DeveloPment
4Health & Allied Services Certifications
Massage Therapy Licensing Exam Prep                     Health Technology Certification
Gene Desepoli, licensed massage therapist (LMT)         R. Harrison, Coordinator, QCC HPE&D; Elmer
Learn	 the	 major	 topics	 needed	 to	 success-         Paul G. Siong, PA-C, BS, NYS licensed and
fully	 pass	 the	 New	 York	 Licensing	 Exam	 for	      registered Physician Assistant, certified by
Massage	 Therapists.	 	 The	 success	 rate	 of	         national commission
taking	 this	 course	 has	 consistently	 been	 10-
15%	 greater	 than	 the	 state	 average.	 	 Review	
mycology,	anatomy	and	physiology,	ethics	and	
laws,	western	and	eastern	massage	technique,	
pathology	 and	 kinesiology.	 	 Subject	 mat-
ter	 presented	 in	 a	 relaxed	 environment	 and	
through	humor,	which	has	proven	to	make	this	
information	palatable	and	enjoyable.                    Phlebotomy Technology i
Gain	 confidence	 in	 preparation	 for	 the	 exam	      Obtain	the	introductory	skills	to	secure	an	entry	
through	 course	 attendance,	 reading	 and	             level	phlebotomy	position.	Learn	various	meth-
studying	 the	 review	 book,	 online	 printable	        ods	of	blood	collection	through	venipuncture,	
handouts	and	summary	sheets,	and	unlimited	             capillary	 puncture,	 and	 existing	 intravascular	
e-mails	 to	 the	 instructor.	 	 Test-taking	 strate-   devices.	Emphasizes	use	of	anticoagulants,	the	
gies	 and	 study	 recommendations	 will	 be	 dis-       order	 of	 draw,	 and	 procedures	 for	 obtaining	
cussed	to	maximize	retention	of	the	material.           and	 processing	 specimens.	 Safety	 consider-
Course requirements:	Prior	to	class,	purchase	          ations	 for	 all	 health	 care	 professionals	 and	
the	review	book	Anatomy & Physiology: The               patients	 discussed.	 Attendance,	 written	 exam,	
Easy Way by Edward Alcamo	 (2nd	 edition)	              and	skills	demonstration	required.	A	certificate	
and	 begin	 reading	 chapters.	 	 Optional	 fee	 of	    of	completion	will	be	awarded	upon	successful	
$25	 payable	 to	 instructor	 for	 an	 on-line	 pro-    completion	of	the	course.	Additional	test	date	
gram	 to	 supplement	 this	 course.	 Individual/        TBA	 with	 supplemental	 $25	 course	 fee	 and	
Personal	E-mail	accounts	required	to	success-           approximately	$100	exam	fee	paid	at	this	class.	
fully	take	on-line	component	of	course	and	to	          Students	 should	 purchase	 lab	 coats	 and	 vinyl	
e-confer	with	instructor	during	and	after	class	        (only)	 gloves.	 Required	 textbook	 available	 for	
session(s)	end.	No refunds will be issued one           purchase	at	QCC	Bookstore.	Prerequisite: AHA
week before class start date.                           CPR Certification
PSX-270	 5	sessions	/	$250	                             AHX-171		 7	sessions	/	$385	
	           $50	payable	to	QCC	at	time	of	              	            Plus	$20	cash	(approximately)	paid
	           registration	                               	            to	instructor	at	first	class	for
	           $200	payable	directly	to	instructor	        	            venipuncture	supplies.
	           with	$25	on-line	fee	at	first	class         RA	          Thurs,	9am-noon,	June	12-July	24
T	          Tues,	9:30am-4pm,	June	17-July	15	
                                                        EKG Technology i
                                                        Introduction	 to	 cardiac	 anatomy	 and	 termi-
                                                        nology,	 recognition	 of	 cardiac	 emergencies,	
         ed2go online Learning                          obtaining	 a	 12-lead	 ECK	 tracing	 and	 basic	
             – see page 13                              rhythm	interpretation.	A	certificate	of	comple-
                                                        tion	will	be	awarded	upon	satisfying	required	
                                                        attendance,	 written	 exam,	 and	 skills	 demon-
                                                        strations.	Required	textbook	available	at	QCC	
                                                        Bookstore.	 Prerequisite: Students must pres-
       rEGiSTEr EArLY – AVoiD                           ent current AHA BLS card at class.
       LATE rEGiSTrATioN FEE                            AHX-170	 7	sessions	/	$385
                                                        RP	          Thurs,	1-4pm,	June	12-July	24




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                           4Health & Allied Services Certifications
                           Pharmacy Technician Test Preparation                      PDX Training:	online only
                           Michele Grant, BS, CPhT (Certified Pharmacy               The	 Pharmacy	 industry	 faces	 a	 workforce	
                           Technician), Director, Pharmacy Lessons, Inc.             shortage	 combined	 with	 ever-increasing	           	
                           The	 US	 Dept	 of	 Labor	 projects	 that	 more	           prescription	 volumes.	 Staff	 training	 utilizing	  	
                           than	 28,000	 pharmacy	 technician	 jobs	 will	 be	       pharmacy	 software	 is	 an	 optimal	 tool	 to	
                           available	 over	 the	 next	 ten	 years!	 This	 course	    become	 an	 effective	 member	 of	 a	 pharmacy	
                           provides	instruction	to	pass	the	PT	Certification	        team.	PDX	Software	Training	involves	multimedia	     	
                           Board’s	 (PTCB)	 National	 Examination	 (call	 202-       demonstrations	 and	 simulations	 to	 build	         	
                           429-7576	to	register).                                    competence	 through	 hands-on	 practice.	 This	
                           Perform	 valuable	 and	 necessary	 services	 as	          comprehensive	 course	 replicates	 the	 PDX	
                           an	assistant	to	a	pharmacist	to	obtain	patient	           software	 environment,	 screens,	 actions	 of	 the	  	
                           medical	 information	 and	 profiles,	 maintain	           system,	 and	 is	 supported	 by	 audio-based	
                           pharmacy	inventory,	reorder	medication,	read	             instruction.	Learning	modules	include	functional	
                           prescriptions	to	select,	count,	and	pour	medi-            automation,	prescription	filling	and	transaction	
                           cines,	 enter	 prescription	 data	 and	 generate	         profiles,	 and	 patient	 files	 and	 billing	 codes.	
                           prescription	 labels	 on	 computer,	 and	 other	          Learn	PDX	Pharmacy	Software	and	get	Certified	
                           pharmacy-related	tasks.                                   in	 PDX	 Pharmacy	 Computer	 Software	 used	 in	
                                                                                     about	 one-third	 of	 all	 major	 retail	 pharmacies	
                           Test Prep: Theory only	                                   in	the	USA.	Become	an	attractive	and	competi-
                           This	course	includes	24	hours	of	face-to-face	            tive	 prospective	 employee	 and	 increase	 your	
                           instruction	in	the	classroom,	20	hours	of	online	         employment	opportunities	nationwide.
                           Pharmacology	and	testing	on	Common	Drugs	                 Online	 Learning	 occurs	 as	 follows:	 (1 )	 View	
                           (to	be	completed	at	the	student’s	convenience	            demonstration	of	each	task	supported	by	audio	
                           and	 with	 continued	 access	 for	 120	 days;	 all		      narration,	 PDX	 screen	 captures,	 animation	 of	
                           materials	 and	 directions	 printable),	 and	 eight	      keystroke	 sequences;	 review	 each	 section	 as	
                           2-hour	 weekly	 question-and-answer	 sessions	            many	 times	 as	 necessary	 to	 understand	 each	
                           with	the	instructor	via	online	video	conferencing	 	      task;	 finish	 a	 simulation	 by	 completion	 of	 the	
                           (one	 2-hour	 session	 per	 week	 during	 class),	        task	 just	 as	 it	 was	 presented.	 (2)	 Successful	
                           and	an	online	complement	of	classroom	set-                completion	 of	 the	 task	 allows	 to	 proceed	 to	
                           ting	with	interactive	activities/testing,	includ-         the	 next	 section.	 Feedback	 is	 provided	 for	
                           ing	 practice	 PTCB	 examination.	 Note:	 Bring	          mistakes	and	options	provided	to	try	again	or	
                           required	 textbook	 to	 first	 class;	 book	 may	         return	 to	 the	 task	 demonstration.	 Multiple	
                           be	 purchased	 at	 the	 College	 bookstore	 at	           choice	 self-test	 questions	 included	 to	 verify	
                           additional	 cost	 not	 included	 in	 tuition	 fee.	       understanding	of	tasks.	(3)	A	passing	score	on	
                           Register	by	January	24th	and	receive	a	boxed	             test	 questions	 and	 simulation	 is	 required	 to	
                           Pharmacy	 Lessons	 custom-imprinted	 pocket	              earn	a	completion	code	for	each	course.	User	
                           calendar	and	pen	set! Prerequisite: high school           progress	 and	 completion	 can	 be	 tracked	 and	
                           diploma or GED; passing grade on math test.               recorded	for	competency.
                           Arrangements must be made in advance                      register one month before any section
                           for pre-testing in high school math. Call                 start date and receive a boxed Pharmacy
                           718.631.6343 to sign up for math test. Required	          Lessons custom-imprinted pocket calen-
                           textbook	$85.	Available	at	QCC	Bookstore.                 dar and pen set!
                           PTX-101	 8	sessions	/	$825	not	including	                 PTX-103	 Mon,	15	hrs.	online	modules /$295	
                           	          required	textbook	(approx.	$85)                M1	           June	2	
                           R	         Thurs,	6-9pm,	June	19-August	7	                M2	           July	7		
                                                                                     M3	           August	4


                                                               EXAM iNForMATioN
                                               July 25th application Deadline for september 29th exam
                                              october 1st application Deadline for December 22nd exam
                                                     For further info visit Web site: www.ptcb.org

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                                                                                                                      Professional DeveloPment
4Medical Office Biller Certificate
                                                             Required Courses
 Program Coordinator: Louise Paone, chief                    Computer Medical Practice
 administrator of a large medical practice
 In	 response	 to	 a	 growing	 demand	 for	                  Management
 competent	people	to	handle	the	adminis-                     Louise Paone, medical office manager
 trative	 challenges	 of	 healthcare	 facilities,	           Using	 the	 Medisoft	 Advanced	 Patient	
 this	 program	 will	 inform,	 train,	 and	 sup-             Accounting	software,	enter	medical/regulatory	     	
 port	 individuals	 interested	 in	 making	 this	            data,	 bill	 third	 party	 payers,	 schedule,	 post	
 a	 career	 path.	 Although	 the	 healthcare	                charges	 and	 payment	 to	 patient	 accounts,	
 system	 has	 undergone	 significant	 change	                run	management	reports.	Recommended	for	
 in	recent	years,	one	aspect	remains	con-                    class:	provide	your	own	USB	2.0	“thumb	drive”	
 stant:	 the	 function	 and	 importance	 of	                 device	and	“flash	key	drive”	to	download	work	
 billing	personnel.	The	success	of	a	medical	                for	practice	on	home	computer.		Prerequisite:
                                                             basic computer knowledge.
 practice	or	institution	depends	to	a	great	
                                                             MBX-105	 5	sessions	/	$290	
 extent	 on	 the	 knowledge,	 organization,	
                                                             T	             Tues,	6:30-9pm,	June	3-July	1
 and	 dedication	 of	 its	 administrative	 staff,	
 especially	today	when	the	risk	of	medical	
 liability	 is	 high.	 Enhance	 your	 abilities	 in	         iCD9 Coding
                                                             Mary Slisz, MA, medical administrator
 this	 industry	 or	 gain	 skills	 to	 re-enter	 the	
                                                             Focus	on	diagnostic	coding	through	use	of	the	
 workforce	or	change	careers.		
                                                             International	 Classification	 of	 Diseases,	 Ninth	
 	 	 A	 program	 Certificate	 is	 awarded	 for	
                                                             Revision,	 Clinical	 Modification	 (ICD-9-CM)	
 satisfying	 all	 program	 requirements.	
                                                             system.	 Course	 completion	 in	 conjunction	      	
 Completion	 of	 6	 required	 and	 2	 elective	
                                                             with	CPT	coding	(MBX-103)	enables	you	to	obtain	
 courses	 are	 needed	 to	 obtain	 a	 program	
                                                             maximum	reimbursements	on	medical	claims.	
 certificate:
                                                             MBX-104	 4	sessions	/	$140
                                                             TRP	      Tues	&	Thurs,	4-6:30pm,	June	10-19
 6 rEquirED CourSES Intro	 to	 Medical	
 Office	 Billing	 •	 Medical	 Terminology	
 &	 Systems	 I	 and	 II	 combined	 (2	 course	               Elective Courses
 credits)	 •	 CPT	 Coding	 •	 ICD9	 Coding	 •	               Medical Claims Problem Solving
 Computer	Medical	Practice	Management                        Louise Paone, medical office manager
                                                             A	 “must”	 for	 healthcare	 facilities	 as	 the	 link	
 2 ELECTiVES rEquirED	 Medical	 Claims	         	            between	 the	 medical	 provider	 and	 the	 insur-
 Problem	 Solving	 •	 Medical	 Billing/Mental	  	            ance	 carrier.	 Learn	 to	 recognize	 and	 prevent	
 Health	 Facilities	 •	 Medical	 Office	                     common	 reasons	 claim	 payment	 is	 delayed,	
 Management	 •	 In-Patient/Out-Patient	                      reduced	 or	 denied,	 and	 proper	 strategies	 to	
 Hospital	Billing	•	Hospice	Patient	Care	Billing	            resolve	disputes.
 •	 Workers’	 Compensation	 •	 Managed	 Care	                MBX-120	 4	sessions	/	$115
 Contracts	 •	 Third	 Party	 Audit	 &	 Refund	 •	            R	          Thurs,	6:45-8:45pm,	July	10-31
 Basic	First	Aid	•	Pharmacology	•	Medical	Law	
 &	Ethics	•	Job	Search	Preparation	•	Microsoft	              Hospice Patient Care & Billing
 Word	to	Personalize	Medical	Practice                        Jose Cornielle, Manager of customer service, St.
                                                             Luke’s, Beth Israel, and L.I. College Hospitals
                                                             Hospice	care	provides	a	wide	range	of	services	
                                                             to	enhance	the	quality	of	life	for	seriously	ill	
              oPEN HouSE                                     patients	 and	 their	 families,	 requiring	 trained	
         Tuesday, May 13 • 7-9pm                             professionals	 and	 billing	 specialists.	 Client	 	
 Come	and	learn	about	this	growing	health	                                                                      	
                                                             eligibility	 and	 provider	 requirements,	 specific	
  industry	and	the	courses	leading	to	the		                  billing	and	reimbursement	procedures	discussed.	
 certificate.	Meet	instructors	to	plan	for	a	                MBX-122	 4	sessions	/	$255
     future	career	in	this	dynamic	field.	                   W	           Wed,	6-9pm,	June	25-July	16
      Call (718) 631.6343 to reserve.
                  MBX-010 oHT


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                           4Medical Office Biller Certificate                       4Design & Building Technology
                           Elective Courses (continued)
                           NYS Workers’ Compensation
                           & No Fault insurance
                           James McNally, CPC, health care consultant
                           Geared	to	new	and	established	medical	office	
                           managers,	 physicians,	 coders,	 and	 entry-level	 	
                           employees	 to	 gain	 better	 understanding	 of	
                           the	rules	and	regulations	of	the	NYS	Workers’	
                           Compensation	(WC)	program.	Learn	key	provi-
                           sions	 of	 the	 NYS	 WC	 law,	 including	 how	 to	
                           enroll,	payment	process	of	WC	Fee	Schedule,	
                           procedures	to	file	claims	promptly	and	tracking	         AutoCAD Specialist Certificate
                           45-day	required	submission,	properly	challenge	          Program for Architects and Designers
                           claim	 denials	 through	 the	 HP-1	 process,	       	    Norton E. Reid, MS, PE; Prof, Director of
                           differences	between	arbitration	and	legal	WC	            Computer Laboratory, QCC MET/DD
                           issues,	forms	and	reporting	requirements,	and	
                           impact	 of	 recent	 court	 decisions	 and	 legisla-      Getting ready for AutoCAD
                           tion	on	the	business	practice.                           Covers	 terminology,	 hardware,	 software,	 cre-
                           MBX-118	 3	sessions	/	$115                               ating,	 changing,	 deleting,	 naming,	 renaming,	
                           MW	         Mon	&	Wed,	7-9pm,	June	9-16                  copying,	 deleting,	 formatting,	 elementary	
                                                                                    commands.		
                           Job Search Preparation                                   MTX-108	 2	sessions	/	$80
                           Louise Paone, medical office manager
                                                                                    TR	        Tues	&	Thurs,	6-9pm,	July	1-3	
                           Gaining	successful	employment	requires	you	to	
                           market	yourself	when	job-seeking.	Determine	
                           your	 professional	 marketing	 objectives;	
                                                                                    Drafting w/AutoCAD 2007, Level i
                                                                                    Learn	setting	up,	naming,	saving,	drawing	lines,	
                           prepare	 a	 top-notch	 resumé	 and	 effective	
                                                                                    circles,	arcs	and	other	geometrics,	layers–level	
                           cover	letter;	learn	proper	interviewing	tech-
                                                                                    1,	inserting	text,	basic	editing,	polylines,	rotat-
                           niques,	 including	 appropriate	 mannerisms	
                                                                                    ing,	 arraying,	 trimming,	 plotting	 and	 printing.	
                                                                               	
                           and	 attire,	 interview	 follow-up,	 how	 salary	 is	
                                                                                    Prerequisite: MTX-108 or permission of the
                           determined,	and	strategies	for	your	on-the-job	     	
                                                                                    MET/DD Dept.
                           success.	 The	 second	 meeting	 will	 be	 on	 the	
                                                                                    MTX-110	 8	sessions	/	$395
                           computer,	 thus	 offering	 direct	 hands-on	
                                                                                    TR	         Tues	&	Thurs,	6-9pm,	July	8-31	
                           job	 preparation	 and	 resumé	 development.	
                           Prerequisite: basic computer knowledge.
                           MBX-130	 2	sessions	/	$65                                Blueprint reading & Estimating
                           T	         Tues,	6:45-8:45pm,                            for Building Trades Applications
                           	          Class:	July	15;	Computer	Lab:	July	29         Craig R. Weber, BArch, MS, RA; Associate Prof,
                                                                                    QCC MET/DD
                                                                                    Interpret	drawings	used	in	the	building	trades	
                                       oNLiNE CErTiFiCATE                           and	 read	 blueprints	 for	 residential	 and	 com-
                                                                                    mercial	 buildings,	 including	 site,	 structural	
                                     in Health Care Programs                        steel,	wood	frame,	concrete,	masonry,	HVAC,	
                                          – see page 12                             electrical	and	plumbing	prints.	Cost	estimating	
                                                                                    and	planning	will	be	discussed.	
                                                                                    MTX-100	 9	sessions	/	$235
                                                                                    MW	        Mon	&	Wed,	7-9pm,	June	16-July	14
                                  rEGiSTEr EArLY – AVoiD
                                  LATE rEGiSTrATioN FEE                                         oNLiNE CErTiFiCATE
                                                                                             in Construction Programs
                                                                                                   – see page 12


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                                                                                                                 Professional DeveloPment
4Interior Design & Decorating Certificate

  An innovative program for the pre-professional                        oPEN HouSE
  designer/decorator and the homeowner                         Monday, May 19 • 7:30-9 pm
  Program Coordinator: Rita Plush, MA,                             Pre-Registration	Required	
  president, Rita Plush Interiors
                                                                          iDX-010 oHM	
  Designed	 for	 those	 who	 have	 always	
                                                                 	Call (718) 631-6343 to reserve.
  wanted	a	beautiful	home	or	have	con-
  sidered	a	career	in	this	exciting	field.	
  	 	 To	 earn	 the	 Certificate	 in	 Interior	         Required Courses
  Design/	 Decorating,	 candidates	 must	               History of interior Design
  successfully	complete	a	total	of	seven	               Rita Plush, MA, President, Rita Plush Interiors
  courses	 —	 four	 required	 	 courses	 and	           Learn	 about	 decorative	 styles	 and	 motifs,	
  three	 electives.	 Students	 who	 do	 not	            ornamentation,	 historical	 backgrounds	 from	
  wish	 to	 earn	 the	 certificate	 may	 take	          the	18th	century	and	the	grace	of	the	Queen	
  individual	courses.	                                  Anne	style	to	20th	Century	French	style.	The	
  4 rEquirED CourSES	Basic	Principles	                  flamboyant	Art	Deco,	Arts	&	Crafts	movement,	
  of	 Decorating	 &	 Design	 •	 History	                Mission	style,	Art	Nouveau	are	covered.	
  of	 Interior	 Design	 •	 Introduction	 to	            IDX-101		 8	sessions	/	$275
  Drafting	•	Portfolio	Presentations                    W	        Wed,	7-9:30pm,	June	4-July	30	
                                                        	         (skip	7/2)
  3 ELECTiVES Art,	Accessories	&	Hard-	
  ware	•	Fundamentals	of	Lighting	Design	               Elective Courses
  •	Interior	Design	CAD	•	Business	Basics	              resource Tours
  •	Faux	Finishing	Paint	Techniques                     50+ Club eligible
  1/2 ELECTiVE (when offered)	Color	for	                Bernadette Birk, BFA
  Interiors	 •	 Resource	 Tours	 	 •	 Kitchens	         View	 the	 new	 Summer-Fall	 showings	 and	 get	
  &	Baths	•	Antique	Restoration	•	Textile	              a	first-hand	look	at	important	interior	design	
  &	 Fine	 Arts	 •	 Faux	 Finishing	 Project	           sources.	Field	trips	include	visits	to	floor	cov-
  •	 Feng	 Shui	 Practicum	 •	 Architecture	            ering,	 furniture,	 lighting,	 and	 antique	 sources	
  •	 Decorative	 Plaster	 •	 Mini	 courses	 •	          in	 major	 resource	 buildings.	 Request	 off-site	
  Additional	electives	TBA                              location	at	registration.
                                                        IDX-140	 4	sessions/	$140
                                                        WA	         Wed,	10am-1pm,	June	4-25

NEW Art Matting
Photo & Fine
                                                        Decorative Plaster
                                                        50+ Club eligible
Donna Drimer, BA, owner Frame Art Gallery,              Carol Belmonte, fine artist
and; guest Cesar Palencia, conservation art             Enliven	your	space	with	dimension	and	inter-
specialist                                              est.	Create	a	stunning	raised	motif	to	highlight	
This	 hands-on	 course	 teaches	 professional	          walls	and	doorways,	or	border	an	entire	room	
techniques	 to	 measure	 and	 mat	 anything	            by	 using	 plaster,	 glazes,	 and	 pre-cut	 stencils.	
from	photos	to	fine	art.	Learn	how	to	use	              Learn	 about	 materials	 and	 how	 to	 use	 them	
scale,	texture	and	color	to	enhance	valued	             in	mixing	of	glazes	for	custom	coloring.	Carry	
possessions.	 Bring photo or art up to                  out	and	coordinate	your	color	scheme.
12”x6” to be matted.                                    IDX-116	 4	sessions	/	$275	
IDX-147	 3	sessions	/	$105	plus	                        	          plus	$50	approximate	material	fee	
	          plus	$50	material	fee	payable	               	          payable	to	instructor	at	first	class	
	          to	instructor	at	first	class	                T	         Tues,	6:30-9:30pm,	June	3-24
R	         Thursday,	7-9:30pm,	June	5-19




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Professional DeveloPment
                           4Online Certifications
                           Queensborough’s	 online	 certificate	 programs	             programs	combine	high	quality	content,	text-
                           have	no	boundaries.	You	can	take	a	class	from	              books,	 CD-ROMS,	 and,	 most	 importantly,	 a	
                           the	 comfort	 of	 your	 home	 at	 a	 time	 that	            committed	 instructor/mentor	 who	 is	 dedi-
                           meets	 your	 schedule.	 Update	 your	 skills	 or	           cated	to	student	success.	The	instructors	are	
                           start	a	new	career	path.	Our	online	certificate	            actively	involved	in	the	students’	online	learn-
                           programs	will	help	you	obtain	new	credentials	              ing	experience.
                           in	a	wide	range	of	industries.	Open	enrollment	             Most	programs	can	generally	be	completed	in	90	
                           allows	you	to	begin	the	course	anytime	during	              days	but	some	last	as	long	as	12	months.	After	
                           the	year. to find out more about our online                 lessons	 are	 completed,	 tests	 are	 given;	 grades	
                           certificate programs go to the Web site at                  are	a	combination	of	computer	graded	tests	and	
                           QCC.cuny.edu/conted. on the lefthand side                   the	instructor’s	evaluation	of	the	work	submit-
                           of the home Page, click on online Programs                  ted	 by	 each	 student.	 Students	 who	 complete	
                           and go to online Certificate website.                       the	 program	 will	 be	 issued	 a	 certificate	 from	
                           These	instructor-facilitated,	self-paced	online	            Queensborough	Community	College.


                           ProGrAM FEATurES
                           Learn at your own pace:	programs	range	from	                Health	Information	Management	Association's	
                           70	to	240	hours	over	several	months.	•	open                 (AHIMA)	 official	 certification	 exam	 to	
                           Enrollment:	 you	 can	 jump	 into	 the	 course	                                                             	
                                                                                       become	 a	 Certified	 Coding	 Specialist	 (CCS).	
                           any	 time	 during	 the	 year.	 •	 queensborough             Price $1495
                           Certificate:	 upon	 program	 completion.	 •	
                           online registration:	 registration	 is	 easy	               Pharmacy Technician (240 hrs.) • Teaches	
                           –	go	to	www.qcc.cuny.edu/conted	and	go	to	                  the	 skills	 needed	 to	 gain	 employment	 as	
                           the	Gatlin	site	on	lefthand	side	of	home	page,	        	    Pharmacy	Technician	in	either	the	hospital	or	
                           and	 click	 to	 area	 of	 interest	 in	 course	 listing	
                                                                                  	    retail	setting.	Price $1595
                           or	online	certificate	programs	for	a	quick	list.	      	
                           •	 refund Policy:	Once	 the	 course	 has	 begun	            BuSiNESS
                           and/or	 classroom	 materials	 received,	 no	                Administrative Professional w/MoS (240
                           refunds	will	be	issued	•	Textbooks included.                hrs.) • Teaches	 the	 skills	 to	 be	 successful	
                                                                                       as	 an	 administrative	 professional.	 Learn	 the	
                           ProGrAM DETAiLS                                             most	 popular	 Microsoft	 Office	 	 programs	
                           HEALTH CArE                                                 including	 Word,	 Excel,	 Access,	 Power	 Point,	
                                                                                       and	Outlook.	An	introduction	to	QuickBooks	
                           Administrative Medical Specialist w/                        provided.	Price $1795
                           Medical Billing & Coding (300 hrs.) • Teaches	
                           medical	office	operations,	with	an	emphasis	on	             Certified Bookkeeper (80 hrs.) • Designed	for	
                           billing	and	coding,	processing	insurance	forms,	            experienced	bookkeepers	leading	to	national	
                           and	 using	 medical	 software.	 Provides	 training	         certification	 with	 the	 American	 Institute	 of	
                                                                             	
                           on	medical	billing	software	as	well	as	preparation	         Professional	Bookkeepers	(AIPB).	Price $1595			
                           for	 the	 Certified	 Coding	 Associate	 (CCA)	
                           national	 certification	 exam.	 All	 materials	  CoNSTruCTioN
                           including	 student	 version	 of	 medical	 billing	
                           software	included.	Price $1795                   Home inspection Certificate (200 hrs.) •
                                                                            Covers	 the	 principal	 components	 of	 a	 home	
                           iCD-10 Medical Coding: Prep & instruction inspection	procedures	and	processes.	
                           for implementation (200 hrs.) • Teaches		how	 Price	$1895
                           to	 prepare	 for	 and	 implement	 the	 massive	 HVAC Technician Certificate (320 hrs.) •
                           changes	to	the	existing	coding	system.	Textbook	 Prepares learners using an online, mentor facili-
                           included.	Price $1395			                         tated, self-paced environment for entry-level
                                                                           positions in the HVACR industry, continuing
                           Advanced Hospital Coding & CCS Prep (80
                                                                           education for upgrading skills, or becoming
                           hrs.) •	Prepares	students	to	take	the	American	
                                                                           Certified or Licensed (NATE, etc). Price $3095

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                                                                                                                      Professional DeveloPment
4Online Certifications



  WHY NoT TrY THE NEW WAY oF                                 earn your bachelor’s Degree online.
                                                             now’s your chance to complete your degree!
 SELF-PACED LEArNiNG this semester
    with a quality noncredit course                          CuNY online Baccalaureate
   available on your own computer?                           The CUNY Online Baccalaureate enables stu-
                                                             dents who have earned a minimum of 30 cred-
                                                             its, but not more than 90, to finish and earn
    Go oNLiNE for ProFESSioNAL                               their Bachelor’s degree online. This program
       & PErSoNAL GroWTH!                                    is also geared to those who have earned an
    NEW CLASSES STArT MoNTHLY                                Associate’s degree and now wish to complete
                                                             a Baccalaureate. The online degree is ideal for
           summer 2008 start Dates                           those whose progress toward degree completion
            may 21 • June 18 • July 16                       may have been interrupted by the realities of life,
           august 20 • september 17                          such as the need to work full-time, provide child
                                                             care, or address a disability.
                                                             If	 you	 are	 looking	 for	 a	 flexible	 way	 to	 con-
•	 Each	 course	 consists	 of	 twelve	 2-hour	 ses-          tinue	 your	 education	 and	 gain	 a	 high	 quality	
sions,	provided	twice	weekly,	over	a	six-week	               Bachelor’s	 degree	 while	 balancing	 career	 and	
period.	The	first	class	is	available	at	9	a.m.	on	           family	 obligations,	 the	 Online	 Baccalaureate	 is	
the	start	date.	The	lessons	are	supplemented	                ideal	for	you.
by	 interactive	 quizzes,	 tutorials	 and	 online	           Visit	 www.cuny.edu/online	 or	 call	 212-652-
discussion,	via	the	World	Wide	Web.	Read	les-                CUNY	(2869)	for	more	information.	Learn	how	
sons	and	ask	questions	of	your	instructor	at	a	              to	 apply	 or	 about	 the	 types	 of	 financial	 aid	
convenient	time.	PRICES	VARY.                                programs	that	are	available	by	speaking	with	an	
•	You	will	attend	an	online	orientation	before	              admissions	advisor.
you	start	your	class.	You	will	receive	complete	
information	after	you	register.
•	You	will	need	Internet	access,	a	valid	e-mail	
                                                              Free ESL (all levels)
address,	and	a	Web	browser.                                    Queensborough Community College
                                                               Kitty	Bateman,	QCC	Literacy	Program	Director	
•	 Course descriptions and registration are                        718-631-6363	•	222-05	56th	Ave,	Bayside
available @ www.ed2go.com/qccce.
                                                                  The queens Civic Collaboration
                 over 400 Programs                                of CuNY offers FrEE ESL/Civics
  instructor Facilitated • Flexible 24/7 • affordable                        classes
        need internet & netscape/ explorer                    These	free	daytime,	evening	and	weekend	
                                                              classes	 are	 designed	 to	 assist	 adult	 ESL	
                                                              learners	improve	their	English	language	skills	
ACCOUNTING	 •	 ART,	 HISTORY,	 LITERATURE,	
PSYCHOLOGY,	WRITING	•	BASIC	COMPUTER	LITERACY	•	
                                                              while	learning	about	American	government	
BUSINESS	ADMINISTRATION,	MANAGEMENT,	PLANNING	                and	 culture.	 Enrollment	 limited.	 Call	 Scott	
&	 ENTREPRENEURSHIP	 •	 CHILD	 CARE	 &	 PARENTING	            Reccardi,	 ESL	 Coordinator,	 at	 718.640.9200	
•	 COMPUTER	 APPLICATIONS,	 CERTIFICATION,	                   for	more	information.	Enrollment	is	limited.
PROGRAMMING,	        DATABASE	        MANAGEMENT,	             oPEN HouSE For SuMMEr rEGiSTrATioN
TROUBLESHOOTING	 &	 NETWORKING,	 INTERNET	 •	
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•	DIGITAL	PHOTOGRAPHY	&	VIDEO	•	ENTERTAINMENT	                  at	The	CUNY	Center	for	Higher	Education:	
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•	 FINANCE	&	WEALTH	 BUILDING	 •	GRANT	WRITING	&	                     on	Wednesday,	 June	18	at	3pm	
NONPROFIT	MANAGEMENT	•	HEALTH	CARE,	NUTRITION	                          You must enroll in person.
&	 FITNESS	 •	 LANGUAGES	 •	 LAW	 &	 LEGAL	 CAREERS	 •	
                                                                           SuMMEr SCHEDuLE
MATH,	PHILOSOPHY	&	SCIENCE		•	PERSONAL	&	CAREER	
                                                                     Monday	July	7	—	Thursday	July	31	
DEVELOPMENT	 •	 SALES	 &	 MARKETING	 •	 TEACHING	
                                                              (meets	Monday,	Tuesday,	Wednesday,	Thursday)
PROFESSIONALS	 •	 TEST	 PREP	 •	 WEB	 GRAPHICS	 &	
MULTIMEDIA,	DESIGN,	PROGRAMMING

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                     4Computer Skills

                                             limited enrollment for CPX courses. register early!
                                       our Computer labs utilize Windows XP & office XP applications.

                     For New Users                                              For Advanced Beginners
                     Windows Explorer:                                          Anthony Jordan, BFA, Microsoft certified, train-
                     Finding the Files & Folders & More!                        ing consultant/specialist
                     50+ Club eligible                                          Microsoft Word for Windows
                     Oral Rattigan, BA, QCC Information Technology              50+ Club eligible
                     Use	 Microsoft	 Windows	 Explorer	 to	 orga-               With	a	hands-on	approach,	select	menu	com-
                     nize,	 copy,	 move,	 delete	 and	 retrieve	 infor-         mands;	edit	and	copy.	Learn	formatting,	fonts	
                     mation	 (documents,	 data,	 music,	 pictures)	             and	attributes,	paragraph	handling	(indenting,	
                     stored	on	your	hard	drive.	Required for Digital            line	spacing,	alignment),	bullets,	numbering.
                     Photography classes—page 31.                               CPX-260	 3	sessions	/	$155
                     CPX-272	 1	session	/	$55                                   W	         Wed,	6:15-9:15pm,	
                     M	         Mon,	6-10pm,	June	23                            	          July	9-23	

                     Windows Works!                                             Microsoft outlook
                                                                                50+ Club eligible
PreParatory skills




                     50+ Club eligible
                     Oral Rattigan, BA, QCC Information Technology              Personal	information	management	to	organize	e-
                     Learn	to	navigate	and	customize	the	windows	               mail,	appointments,	contacts,	daily	tasks.	Create,	
                     desktop;	 discover	 the	 correct	 way	 to	 install	        share,	 and	 manage	 information.	 Learn	 to	 send	
                     and	 remove	 programs	 and	 devices	 (printers,	           e-mail	containing	text	and	attachments.
                     cameras,	 etc.);	 learn	 how	 to	 efficiently	 orga-       CPX-280	 3	sessions	/	$105
                     nize,	copy,	move,	delete	and	retrieve	informa-             W	         Wed,	6:15-9:15pm,	June	4-18
                     tion	(documents,	data,	music,	pictures)	stored	
                     on	your	hard	drive.                                    Microsoft PowerPoint
                     CPX-202	 1	session	/	$55                               50+ Club eligible
                     M	          Mon,	6-10pm,	June	30                       Need	 to	 make	 an	 impressive	 presentation	 in	
                                                                            front	 of	 a	 group?	 Step-by-step	 instructions	
                     Windows Efficiency                                     to	 create,	 edit,	 print	 and	 file	 slides,	 outlines,	
                     50+ Club eligible                                      speaker’s	notes,	and	handouts.
                     Anthony Jordan, BFA, Microsoft certified training CPX-240	 3	sessions	/	$165
                     consultant/specialist                                  M	         Mon,	6:15-9:15pm,	July	7-21
                     Become	a	Pro	when	using	the	Windows	plat-
                     form.	 Navigate	 through	 your	 computer	 to	 Microsoft Excel
                                                                          	
                     maximize	 your	 time	 quickly	 and	 efficiently.	 50+ Club eligible
                     Learn	 the	 shortcut	 keys	 and	 techniques	 to	 Create,	edit,	save,	and	print	worksheets,	con-
                     streamline	 everything	 from	 your	 workflow	 struct	 formulas,	 columns	 and	 rows,	 format	
                     to	arranging	and	organizing	files.	Dramatically	 text	 and	 cells;	 learn	 copying;	 brief	 introduc-
                     reduce	 the	 time	 you	 need	 to	 do	 repetitive	 tion	to	charts.
                     tasks	 in	 common	 applications.	 	 Prerequisite: CPX-230	 3	sessions	/	$165	
                     Basic computer knowledge and Windows M	                           Mon,	6:15-9:15	pm,	June	2-16
                     class (CPX 020).
                     CPX	118	 2	sessions	/	$75
                     W	          Wed,	6:15-9:15pm,                                                oNLiNE
                     	           June	25-July	2
                                                                                       Digital Photography classes
                                                                                               – see page 20


                                 NOTE: SPECiAL DiSCouNT Available only at initial time of registration
                                         • save 10% on 2 courses • save 15% on 3 or more courses •
                                      save 15% for sequential courses (intro, intermediate, & advanced)

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4GED
GED Preparation for Adults
The high school equivalency diploma (GED)
Alan Werner, Coordinator, MS, Certificate-Administration & Supervision – Secondary Schools,
experience includes Consultant for NYS DOE Special Education Compliance; NYC DOE Deputy
Superintendent for Instruction; Principal for NYC Vocational Training Center; Supervisor of
Adult Basic Education; Assistant Principal of Special Education Supervision & Administration in
NYC Public HS; Special Education Career Coordinator. Education Coordinator; ESL, GED, Special
Education & Social Studies Teacher, and; member of numerous educational associations on
achievement, accountability, assessment, and occupational & vocational education
Math: Ed Talenti, BS
Language: Musisi Kakumba, BA
The	 GED	 course	 helps	 to	 prepare	 adults	 take	 the	 High	 School	 Equivalency	 Exam	 within	 six	
months.	Our	highly	qualified	instructors	will	review	and	focus	on	the	major	subject	areas	of	
the	test	encompassing	Mathematics,	Science,	Social	Studies,	Reading	and	Writing	and	provide	
in-class	 training	 for	 test-taking	 and	 time	 management	 strategies,	 and	 development	 of	 criti-
cal	thinking	skills	and	writing	competence. Prerequisite: 7th grade or higher reading level. To
qualify to take the GED exam, students must be either at least 19 years of age OR 18 years of
age and their high school class must have already graduated before the date the GED exam is




                                                                                                         PreParatory skills
taken. The required text and calculator can be purchased at the Queensborough Bookstore.	
BEX-198	 rEGiSTEr EArLY!	 	
	           19	sessions	/	$285
	           aCCelerateD mornings
            eVery Day:	(Talenti,	Kakumba)
E	          Mon–Thurs,	8:30am-12:30pm,
	           June	9-July	2	                                                ed2go
	           TEST	PREP	SESSIONS                                     online Learning
	           Mon-Thurs,	8:30am-1:30pm,                                – see page 13
	           July	7-10	


4Graduate Test Prep

 Admissions Test Prep reviews for Graduate & Professional Schools
 Trevor Daley, BS, MS
 GrE/GMAT                                             MCAT/DAT
 For	Graduate	Admissions	into	an	MA/MS	or	            For	 Professional	 Admissions	 into	 a	 Medical	
 MBA	program.	Covers	mathematics	compo-               (MD)	 or	 Dental	 (DDS)	 school	 program.	
 nent	of	pre-calculus,	algebra,	trigonometry,	        Covers	 physics,	 chemistry,	 biology,	 math	
 and	basic	mathematic	word	problems.                  problem	solving,	reading	comprehension.
 PSX-810	 8	sessions	/	$165                           PSX-811	 8	sessions	/	$165
 MW	       Mon	&	Wed,	6:15-8:15pm,	                   MW	       Mon	&	Wed,	6:15-8:15pm,	
 	         June	9-July	2                              	         July	7-30



                                 rEGiSTEr EArLY – AVoiD
                                 LATE rEGiSTrATioN FEE




                                                 17
                     4ESL — English as a Second Language
                     Alan Werner, Coordinator, MS, Certificate-Administration & Supervision – Secondary Schools,
                     experience includes Consultant for NYS DOE Special Education Compliance; NYC DOE Deputy
                     Superintendent for Instruction; Principal for NYC Vocational Training Center; Supervisor of
                     Adult Basic Education; Assistant Principal of Special Education Supervision & Administration in
                     NYC Public HS; Special Education Career Coordinator. Education Coordinator; ESL, GED, Special
                     Education & Social Studies Teacher, and; member of numerous educational associations on
                     achievement, accountability, assessment, and occupational & vocational education
                     10% Discount if You Pre-register by May 21st
                     Beginning
                     Barbara Kupferberg, MA                                  4Languages
                     For	those	with	little/no	English	experience.
                     BEX-100	 17	sessions	/	$250                              Chinese (Mandarin) beginner
                     TR	       Tues	&	Thurs,	7-9:30pm,	                       50+ Club eligible
                     	         June	3-July	31	(skip	7/3)                      Emily Wang, MBA
                                                                              LCMX-100	 10	sessions	/	$165
                     intermediate                                             MR	       Mon	&	Thurs,	6:30-8:30pm,
                     Mary Bennardo, BA                                        	         June	2-July	3	
                     Emphasis	 on	 vocabulary,	 comprehension,	
PreParatory skills




                     grammar,	sentence	structure,	conversation.               italian beginner
                     BEX-102	 17	sessions	/	$250                              50+ Club eligible
                     TR	      Tues	&	Thurs,	7-9:30pm,	                        Joanne Pauselli, BA, native speaker, transla-
                     	        June	3-July	31	(skip	7/3)                       tor
                                                                              LIX-100	    10	sessions	/	$165
                     Foreign Accent reduction                                 M	          Mon,	 6:15-8:15pm,	 June	 2-
                     Helene Spierman, BA, speech coach                        August	4
                     You	read	and	write	English	well;	your	vocabulary	  	
                     and	grammar	are	good,	but	people	still	have	a	           Korean beginner
                     hard	time	understanding	you.	Learn	to	revamp	            50+ Club eligible
                     vowels,	 convert	 consonants,	 yet	 modify	              Judy Kim, MSr
                     stress	and	intonation	patterns	to	change	pro-            LKX-100	    10	sessions	/	$165
                     nunciation.	Designed	for	students	with	a	good	           T	          Tues,	7-9pm,	June	3-August	5
                     command	of	the	English	language	who	are	at	
                     least	 at	 the	 Intermediate	 ESL	 Level.	 Required	     Spanish beginner intensiVe
                     Text/Tape	 Package: Pronouncing American                 50+ Club eligible
                     English, 2nd Edition, by Gertrude F. Orion.              Mary Bennardo, BA
                     Pre-Testing for Proper Placement for                     Purchase	 text	 at	 QCC	 bookstore	 before	
                     all students (BEX-116 oHM):                              class.
                     Monday, June 2 • 6:30-9:30pm.                            LSX-100	 4	sessions	/	$85
                                                                              SA	         Sat,	9:30am-noon,	June	7-28
                     introduction
                     Learn	 to	 pronounce	 the	 most	 troublesome	
                                                                       	
                     sounds	 in	 English.	 Emphasis	 on	 using	 correct	
                     pronunciation	 in	 exercises	 of	 isolated	
                     speech	 sounds,	 words	 and	 sentences.	 Stress	
                     and	 intonation	 patterns	 will	 be	 introduced.	
                     Prerequisite: BEX-102 or its equivalent.	
                     BEX-116	 10	sessions	/	$185
                     MR	        Mon	&	Thurs,	7-9:pm,	
                     	          June	5-July	17	(skip	6/19,	30;	7/3)




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4Wealth Management                                        4Bridge
GroW WiTH Your MoNEY
Frederic Mayerson, MBA, PHD, CFP, Prof. of
Business. CUNY, independent financial consultant

Baby Boomers Guide
To Financial Planning                                     Bridge for Beginners
50+ Club eligible                                         50+ Club eligible
This	decade,	the	first	of	78	million	baby	boom-           Steven Goffner, certified instructor with the
ers	 will	 begin	 to	 retire,	 putting	 an	 enormous	
                                                    	     American Contract Bridge League
strain	 on	 Social	 Security.	 This	 phenomenon	          Introduction	 to	 basic	 bidding	 of	 the	 hand.	
will	be	unlike	past	generations,	as	this	unique	          Sessions	 involve:	 Getting	 Started,	 Objectives	
demographic	 for	 baby	 boomers	 may	 not	                of	 Bridge,	 Responses	 to	 1NT	 Opening	 Bids,	
be	 able	 to	 depend	 on	 government	 sources	            Responses	 to	 an	 Opening	 Bid	 of	 One	 in	 a	
when	 planning	 for	 a	 comfortable	 retirement.	         Suit,	 Rebids	 by	 the	 Opener,	 Rebids	 by	 the	
Investment	options,	strategies	for	making	the	            Responder,	 Overcalls	 and	 Advances,	 Takeout	
most	of	your	available	assets,	and	maintaining	           Doubles	 and	 Advances,	 and	 The	 Stayman	
a	balance	between	risk	and	reward	discussed.              Convention.	 Registrants	 will	 have	 the	 oppor-
FIX-149	 1	session/	$35                                   tunity	 to	 practice	 what	 they	 have	 learned	
T	          Tues,	7:30-9:30pm,	July	8                     by	 playing	 both	 hands	 established	 by	 the	
                                                          instructor	as	well	as	open	play	at	the	end	of	
The Latest options for                                    each	class	session.	All	materials	and	curriculum	
                                                          provided	 by	 the	 American	 Contract	 Bridge	
Financing Long-Term Care                                  League.
50+ Club eligible
                                                          Additional	 9-week	 courses	 to	 be	 offered	
Life	 expectancy	 is	 increasing:	 planning	 for	
                                                          starting	Fall	2008	to	course	graduates	include:	
illness	 and	 disability	 is	 becoming	 essential	 to	
                                                          Play	 of	 the	 Hand;	 Defense	 of	 the	 Hand,	 and;	
family	 financial	 planning.	 Your	 ability	 to	 pay	
                                                          Basic	 Bidding	 Conventions.	 Potential	 to	 offer	
will	determine	opportunities	for	quality	long-
                                                          an	evening	of	tournament	duplicate	bridge	for	
term	 health	 care	 (nursing	 homes,	 home	 care,	
                                                          those	interested	in	playing	for	ACBL	certified	
Medicare	supplementation,	etc.).	Evaluate	your	
                                                          master-points.
options	 to	 help	 protect	 your	 “golden	 years”	
                                                          PSX-702		 9	sessions	/	$170
from	 becoming	 a	 financial	 disaster.	 Overview	
                                                          MR	         Mon	&	Thurs,	7-9pm
of	 government-sponsored	 programs	 and	 the	
financial	realities	of	these	issues	covered.
                                                          	           June	23-July	21                            Personal enrichment
FIX-202	 1	session	/	$35
T	         Tues,	7:30-9:30pm,	July	15
	
 Aging & The Law
                                                                 rEGiSTEr EArLY – AVoiD
 50+ Club eligible                                               LATE rEGiSTrATioN FEE
 Ann Carrozza, JD, Esq, Trust & Elder Law
 Section of NYS Bar Association
 You	 may	 need	 nursing	 home	 or	 other	
 long-term	care.	Learn	how	to	preserve	your	
 assets	 while	 retaining	 maximum	 control	
 over	your	finances.	Learn	about	Medicare,	
 Medicaid,	 long-term	 care	 insurance	 poli-
 cies,	Living	Wills	and	Health	Care	proxies.
 FIX-156	 1	session	/	FREE
 		         ($15	registration	fee	required)
 W	         Wed,	6-8pm,	July	9	




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                      4Driving Programs

                                                                                  NEW
                                                                                  MSF ScooterSchool 1 @ $175
                                                                                  This	 entry-level,	 learn-to-ride	 scooter	
                      Basic rider Motorcycle Course @ $350                        training	 and	 education	 course	 is	 designed	
                      The	Basic	Rider	Course	(BRC)	was	developed	by	              to	help	riders	enhance	their	skills	and	learn	
                      the	 Motorcycle	 Safety	 Foundation	 (MSF)	 as	 a	          important	street-riding	strategies	by	trained	
                      complete	riding	program	for	the	beginner	rider.	            and	 certified	 Scooter	 Coaches.	 Objectives	
                      The	 course	 consists	 of	 7	 hours	 of	 interactive	       include:	 acquire	 operating	 skills,	 increase	
                      classroom	learning	and	at	least	11	hours	of	hands-          safety	awareness,	identify	personal	abilities	
                      on	riding	instruction.	                                     and	 scooter	 capabilities,	 develop	 strategies	
                      The	2-1/2	day	course	provides	basic	riding	skills	          to	 help	 identify	 and	 manage	 risks.	 This	
                      to	minimize	risk.	In	the	classroom,	learn	about	            class	is	not	designed	to	be	a	licensing	test	
                      the	 different	 types	 of	 motorcycles	 and	 how	           waiver	program;	however,	an	additional	fee	
                      they	 operate,	 what	 to	 wear	 for	 comfort	 and	          will	 provide	 supplemental	 training	 for	 the	
                      protection,	 how	 to	 develop	 a	 riding	 strategy	         scooter	road	test.	ScooterSchool	1	consists	
                      for	 dealing	 with	 traffic	 and	 road	 hazards,	 and	      of	approximately	4	hours	total	instructional	
                      the	effect	of	alcohol	and	other	drugs	on	your	              time	 and	 10	 on-scooter	 riding	 exercises	
                      ability	to	ride	safely.	The	BRC’s	riding	exercises	    	    including	2	formal	safety	discussions.	
                      cover	 straight-line	 riding,	 shifting,	 braking,	         Trama’s	Auto	School,	Inc.	provides	scooters,	      	
                      cornering	 and	 swerving	 techniques	 and	                  helmets,	eye-protection	and	course	materials.	     	
                      motorcycle	dynamics.                                        Registrants	 must	 provide	 own	 riding	 gear,	
                      Trama’s	Auto	School	Inc.	provides	motorcycles,	             including	sturdy,	low-heeled,	over-the-ankle	
                      helmets,	 eye	 protection	 and	 course	 materials.	         footwear,	 jacket,	 long	 pants,	 full-fingered	
                      You	 need	 to	 provide	 your	 own	 riding	 gear:	           gloves,	and	if	necessary,	raingear.
                      sturdy,	 low-heeled	 over-the-ankle	 footwear,	             Prerequisite:	Registrants	must	be	at	least	16	
                      jacket,	 long	 pants,	 full-fingered	 gloves,	 and,	 if	    years	 of	 age;	 those	 under	 18	 years	 old	 will	
                      necessary,	raingear.	                                       require	 their	 parent/guardian’s	 notarized	
                      Prerequisite: You must be at least 16 years of              signature.	 The	 ability	 to	 ride	 bicycle	 is	 a	
                      age to participate.	Participants	under	the	age	             requirement	for	admission	to	the	SS1.	
                      of	 18	 will	 be	 required	 to	 have	 their	 parent	 or	
                      guardian’s	notarized	signature	on	their	MANYS	                       Weekend course(s) only
                      application.	 The	 ability	 to	 ride	 a	 bicycle	 is	 a	              Saturdays @ 1-6pm on
Personal enrichment




                      requirement	for	admission	to	the	BRC.                           June 7, 21; July 19, 26; August 9, 23.
                      Fri	Evening	Class	Only	at	6:30-10pm                           For further program details, schedule
                      Sat	&	Sun	Class & riding	at	7:45am-5/6pm                     and to register, please contact TrAMAs
                      Schedule:	 Mid-May	 through	 August,	 weather	                       directly @ 718.847.2015.
                      permitting.
                        For further program details, schedule and
                       to register, please contact TrAMAs direct-
                                         ly @ 718.847.2015.




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4Studio & Fine Arts
                                                        Clay (Ceramic) Sculpture
         Note: At time of registration,                 50+ Club eligible
         please request materials list.                 Katalin Papp, MFA (NY School of Visual Arts),
                                                        award-winning artist
Seasonal Watercolor Workshop                         Learn	 techniques	 of	 clay	 sculpture	 making,	
50+ Club eligible                                    using	coil,	slab,	pinch,	armature,	carving,	shap-
John Kaufmann, painter, illustrator, exhibitor       ing,	modeling,	and	smoke	firing.	
Catch	 the	 brilliant	 light	 of	 summer	 in	 water- ARX-116	 6	sessions	/	$95
color	landscapes	with	brush,	paint	and	paper.	 T	               Tues,	6:15-8:15pm,	
First	meeting	place:	Kissena	Park,	at	the	164th	 	              June	10-July	15
St.	 entrance	 leading	 to	 the	 park	 building.	
Prerequisite: one previous watercolor course.		
ARX-104	 7	sessions	/	$165                             Sketching in the Galleries:
SA	        Sat,	9:30am-12:30pm                         Drawing inspiration from the Met
	          June	21-August	9	(skip	7/5)                 50+ Club eligible
                                                          Meera E. Thompson, BA, Fine Arts, shows at
Astonishing Watercolors                                   the Atlantic Gallery in Chelsea. Her paint-
50+ Club eligible                                         ings may also be viewed on line @ www.
Katalin Papp, MFA (NY School of Visual Arts),             meerathompson.com.
award-winning artist                                      Sketching	 from	 works	 of	 art	 allows	 both	
Learn	 to	 create	 the	 most	 astonishing	 water-         beginning	 and	 advanced	 students	 the	
colors	 using	 techniques	 ranging	 from	 dry-            opportunity	 to	 improve	 their	 skills	 while	
brush,	wet-	into-wet	and	wet-into-dry,	lifting,	          gaining	 a	 deeper	 appreciation	 of	 the	
pouring,	texturing,	glazing,	and	more!                    museum’s	 collections.	 Each	 week	 we	 will	
ARX-120	 6	sessions	/	$115	plus	approximate               concentrate	 on	 a	 particular	 concept	 or	
	          cost	of	supplies	is	$100                       technique	in	drawing	as	we	visit	different	
M	         Mon,	6:15-8:15pm,	June	9-July	14               galleries.	 We	 will	 be	 looking	 at	 Western	
                                                          paintings	and	sculptures	as	well	as	objects	
Drawing & Painting                                        from	other	cultures.	The	course	examines	
50+ Club eligible                                         crucial	issues	in	drawing	and	presents	the	
Judith Zeichner, BA Fine Arts; working artist             museum’s	 vast	 holdings	 as	 an	 inspiring	
Fundamentals	 of	 drawing,	 perspective,	 draw-           resource	for	those	interested	in	drawing.
                                                          This	drawing	course	meets	in	the	galleries	
ing	 aids,	 composition,	 light/shade	 and	 the	
figure.	Work	from	still-life	objects	and	profes-          of	the	Metropolitan	Museum	of	Art	(Fifth	            Personal enrichment
sional	 model.	 Bring	 all-purpose	 drawing	 pad	         Avenue	at	82nd	Street).
(14”	x	17”	or	larger),	and	several	drawing	pencils	       Please	 bring	 a	 9”	 x	 12”	 or	 larger	 pad	 of	
(2B	to	9B).	Supplementary	materials	discussed.	           heavy	 white	 paper,	 a	 4B	 pencil	 and	 a	
Model	fee	approximately	$20	per	student	col-              kneaded	eraser	to	the	first	class.	Materials	
lected	in	class.                                          list	will	be	provided.	Meet	the	instructor	in	
ARX-112	 6	sessions	/	$135	plus	material	fee              the	lobby	at	the	Group	Registration	Desk.
M	          Mon,	6:30-9pm,	June	9-July	14	                FPCX-500	8	sessions	/	$215
                                                          TP	         Tues,	2-4:30pm,	June	4-July	25	
Decorative Plaster
50+ Club eligible
Carol Belmonte, fine artist
Enliven	your	space	with	dimension	and	interest.	Create	a	stunning	raised	motif	to	highlight	walls	
and	 doorways,	 or	 border	 an	 entire	 room	 by	 using	 plaster,	 glazes,	 and	 pre-cut	 stencils.	 Learn	
about	materials	and	how	to	use	them	in	mixing	of	glazes	for	custom	coloring.	Discover	how	to	
carry	out	and	coordinate	your	color	scheme	to	adjoining	rooms.
IDX-116	 4	sessions/$275	plus	$50	approximate	material	fee	payable	to	instructor	at	first	class	
T	        Tues,	6:30-9:30pm,	June	4-25




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                      4Photography & Film

                       NEW                                                        The New Photography Experience
                                                                                  50+ Club eligible
                       Photo & Fine Art Matting                                   Joseph A. Cohen, lecturer-exhibitor, published in
                       50+ Club eligible                                          prestigious magazines
                       Donna Drimer, BA, owner Frame Art Gallery,                 This	 introductory	 non-darkroom	 course,	
                       and; guest Cesar Palencia, conservation art                designed	for	beginners	and	intermediate	pho-
                       specialist                                                 tographers,	covers	the	basic	principles	of	tak-
                       This	 hands-on	 course	 teaches	 professional	             ing	 good	 pictures	 with	 both	 Film	 and	 Digital	
                       techniques	 to	 measure	 and	 mat	 anything	               cameras	 and	 new	 developments	 of	 digital	
                       from	photos	to	fine	art.	Learn	how	to	use	                 photography	and	computers.		Learn	the	fun-
                       scale,	texture	and	color	to	enhance	valued	                damentals	 of	 camera	 operation,	 the	 art	 of	
                       possessions.	 Have	 fun	 and	 save	 money,	                photography,	 and	 the	 basics	 of	 composition	
                       too!	 Bring photo or art up to 12”x6” to                   –	the	most	important	aspect	of	being	a	great	
                       be matted.                                                 photographer	 –	 regardless	 of	 the	 type	 of	
                       IDX-147	 3	sessions	/	$105                                 camera	 you	 use.	 	 Information	 on	 exposures,	
                       	          plus	$50	material	fee	payable	                  portraiture,	 travel	 photography,	 filters,	 and	
                       	          to	instructor	at	first	class	                   flash	through	lectures,	demonstration	photos	
                       R	         Thursday,	7-9:30pm,	June	5-19                   and	critiques	of	your	work	included.		Weekly	
                                                                                  assignments	and	special	projects	provided.			
                                                                                  ARX-160	 5	sessions	/	$95
                      The Dov S-S Simens                                          R	         Thurs,	6:30-8:30pm,	
                      “Hollywood (2-day) Film School”                             	          June	5-July	10	(skip	7/3)		
                      Want	to	produce,	write,	finance,	direct	and/or	
                      distribute	a	feature	film?	                                 Digital Photography & Photo Album
                      Day	1:	SATURDAY                                             50+ Club eligible
                      Directing: budget, shoot & edit.	 Discover	 a	              Chester Rosario, Associate, QCC Information
                      foolproof,	step-by-step	method	to	make	your	                Technology
                      first	 feature	 film,	 from	 idea	 to	 final	 print,	 on	   Learn	the	basic	fundamentals	of	using	a	digital	
                      budgets	 from	 as	 low	 as	 $5,000	 to	 as	 high	 as	       camera	 to	 capture	 those	 special	 moments	
                      $10,000,000.	Bonus:	Digital	Filmmaking	A-Z.                 —	gain	knowledge	in	color	correcting	and	for	
                      Day	2:	SUNDAY                                               red	 eye,	 cropping	 and	 editing,	 manipulating	
                      Producing: Finance, Distribute & Profit.                    and	 enhancing,	 printing	 and	 sharing	 photos.	
Personal enrichment




                      Learn	 the	 proven	 method	 to	 film	 profits	              By	 the	 end	 of	 this	 course,	 you	 will	 have	 the	
                      by	 attending	 festivals,	 securing	 a	 distribu-           skills	 to	 put	 together	 a	 photo	 montage	 and	
                      tor,	 and	 maximizing	 video	 /	 DVD,	 VOD,	 PPV,	          slide	 show	 presentation.	 Be	 at	 the	 forefront	
                      cable,	 broadcasting	 and	 foreign	 sales.	 Bonus:	         of	 this	 revolution	 in	 making	 with	 knowledge	
                      Screenwriting	 A-Z.	 All	 attendees	 receive	 a	            that	 will	 outperform	 cameras	 in	 speed,	 qual-
                      Filmmaker’s	Workbook,	a	Producer’s	Diploma,	                ity,	 and	 sharing	 photos	 with	 others	 globally.	
                      and	 a	 Graduation	 Certificate.	 Off-campus	               Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of computers.
                      location	given	at	registration.                             CPX-252	 3	sessions	/	$95
                      PSX-300	 2	sessions	/	$399                                  R	           Thurs,	6-8pm,	July	17-31
                      SZ	         Sat	&	Sun,	9am-6pm,	June	14-15
                      	




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4Recreation & Sports                                       4Mindful Movement
Volleyball (intermediate only)
Gerald Matacotta, MA, accredited coach                        Wear	loose-fitting	clothing	and	bring	a	
Covers	 spiking,	 blocking,	 transition	 team	   towel,	yoga	sticky	mat,	and	bottle	of	water.	
defense	and	team	offense.                              No	food	2	hours	prior	to	class.
PEX-453	 8	sessions	/	$150                     Tai Chi
W	       Wed,	8-10pm,	June	11-July	30          50+ Club eligible
                                                       Wenmey Hsi-Ting, Queensborough staff
                                                       Treasure	 your	 life	 and	 do	 some	 proper	 exer-
                                                       cise	to	keep	you	healthier	and	happier.	Learn	
                                                       other	exercises	that	you	can	do	at	home	and	
                                                       in	your	own	time.
                                                       PEX-273	 8	sessions	/	$125
Cardio Tennis: Game-based Teaching!                    MW	        Mon	&	Wed,	6:15-7:45pm,	July	7-30
50+ Club eligible
Bill Mecca, MBA, USPTA (U.S. Professional Tennis       Hatha Yoga
Assoc.), P2 (Professional Grade 2 Coaching             50+ Club eligible
Certificates, former HS tennis coach, owner–All        Helen Robinson, MA, RYT (Registered Yoga
Star Tennis Academy                                    Teacher-Yoga Alliance)
This	is	the	newest	group	fitness	activity	com- Stretch	 away	 stress	 with	 postures	 that	
bining	tennis	and	a	high-energy	cardio	workout.	 strengthen	 all	 major	 muscle	 groups	 and	 have	
Burn	more	calories,	lose	weight,	have	fun!       a	 therapeutic	 effect	 on	 glands	 and	 organs.	
                                                 Physical	 capacity	 and	 age	 are	 no	 obstacle	 to	
Beginning                                        participation.	
Development	of	fundamental	techniques	and	 PEX-276	 8	sessions	/	$140
skills	for	recreational	play.                    W	         Wed,	6:30-8pm,	June	4-July	30	
PEX-278	 6	sessions	/	$90                        	          (skip	7/2)	
TP	         Tues,	5-6pm,	June	3-July	8	
RP	         Thurs,	6-7pm,	June	5-July	17
	           (skip	7/3)
                                                           Meditation:
intermediate                                               Discover the Peace & Harmony
                                                           50+ Club eligible
Review	of	basic	strokes,	emphasizing	advanced	
strokes	and	strategies.
                                                           Michele Mason, BA, holistic stress manage-          Personal enrichment
                                                           ment consultant
PEX-279	 6	sessions	/	$90                                  Use	meditation	in	daily	life	to	help	manage	
T	        Tues,	5-6pm,	June	3-July	8	                      stress	 and	 assist	 self-healing	 and	 personal	
R	        Thurs,	6-7pm,	June	5-July	17                     growth.	Experience	relaxation,	mindfulness,	
	         (skip	7/3)                                       focusing	and	visualizations,	and	the	use	of	
                                                           breath,	sound	and	other	methods	to	inte-
      Note:	Students	must	supply	rackets,		                grate	body,	mind	and	spirit.	For		the	novice	
    balls,	sneakers.	In	case	of	rain,	instruction		        and	experienced.
                takes	place	indoors.                       PSX-200	 3	sessions	/	$75
                                                           T	         Tues,	6:15-8:15pm,	June	24-July	8


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                      4Mindful Movement                                       4Dance
                      Martial Arts
                      Victor Ying, World Tae Kwon Do Federation, 4th             Please	wear	only	soft	no-heeled	shoes		
                      Degree Black Belt, NYCHA Tai Chi Consultant,                           for	all	classes!
                      Chen Style Tai Chi by Grandmaster Yang Lei, the
                      former Push Hands Champion of China.                   Adult Ballet
                                                                             Sylvia Wu, B.A., 20 years ballet teaching
                      Self-Defense                                  Discover	the	joy	of	classical	ballet	to	the	beauty	
                      Learn	 techniques	 derived	 primarily	 from	  of	 fine	 music!	 Learn	 proper	 body	 alignment,	
                      Chinese	and	Korean	martial	arts.              improve	poise	and	posture.	Fundamentals	of	bal-
                      PEX-270	 6	sessions	/	$95                     let	covered,	including	Barre	work,	floor	exercises,	
                      SA	      Sat,	11am-noon,	May	17,	31;	June	7-28center	movement.	Be	creative	while	training	your	
                                                                    muscles	-	art	combined	with	a	great	workout,	All	
                      Cardio Kickboxing                             welcome.	 Participants must supply their own
                      Combines	effective	techniques	from	Kung	Fu,	 ballet slippers
                      Tae	Kwon	Do	and	Chen	Style	Tai	Chi.	Work-out	 PEX-723	 6	sessions	/	$	95
                      the	entire	body.                              T	         Tues,	6:15-7:45pm,	June	3-July	8	
                      PEX-268	 6	sessions	/	$95
                      SP	       noon-1pm,	May	17,	31;	June	7-28     Belly Dancing
                                                                             Gwen Garson-Vigil, LMT (Licensed Massage
                                                                             Therapist), over 25 years in various dance venues
                               Special	Discount	given	only	at		              Join	Shoshana	.	.	.	come	and	tone	your	body,	
                            initial	time	of	registration.	Register		         especially	your	abs,	while	learning	the	ancient	
                               for	both	classes	and	receive	a		              art	 form	 of	 Middle-Eastern	 dance.	 This	 is	 an	
                                        10%	discount.                        ideal	course	to	not	only	strengthen	your	body	
                                                                             but	also	to	increase	self	esteem.	Appropriate	
                                                                             for	every	age	since	it	is	a	low-impact	form	of	
                      Personal Training Techniques                           exercise.	Wear	loose	comfortable	clothing.
                      50+ Club eligible                                      PEX-253	 8	sessions	/	$150
                      Sharon Cevallos, MA, exercise physiology &             T	         Tues,	8-9:30pm,	June	3-July	22
                      sports medicine
                                                                             W	         Wed,	8-9:30pm,	June	4-July	23
                      Intensive	 training	 program	 for	 individuals	
                      interested	 in	 becoming	 a	 personal	 trainer	
                      with	national	certification.		Study	anatomy	&	         Swing
Personal enrichment




                      exercise	 physiology,	 neuromuscular	 function,	       50+ Club eligible
                                                                             Naomi Penner, dance teacher & club organizer
                      biomechanics	 &	 kinesiology,	 and	 nutritional	
                                                                             Get	in	the	swing	with	the	latest	craze.	The	Old	
                      guidelines	 for	 safe	 and	 effective	 fitness	 pro-
                                                                             Lindy,	Jitterbug,	Rock-n-Roll	dances	have	been	
                      gramming	 execution.	 This course is sanc-
                                                                             re-evolved	into	the	Swing	of	today.
                      tioned by the National Gym Association as
                                                                             PEX-267	 6	sessions	/	$125
                      a review for its Certification Examination
                                                                             R	          Thurs,	6:30-7:45pm,	June	12-July	24
                      for the Personal Trainer/instructor.
                                                                             	           (skip	7/3)
                      PEX-257	 3	sessions	/	$140
                      MA	        Mon,	9am-noon,	July	7-21,	and
                      	          Mon,	1:15-4:15pm,	July	21                   Do the Hustle!
                                                                             50+ Club eligible
                                                                             Naomi Penner, dance teacher & club organizer
                                                                             Dancing	 HUSTLE	 is	 hot.	 Everyone's	 doing	 it.	
                                                                             Come	 celebrate	 the	 30th	 year	 anniversary	
                                                                             of	 this	 energetic,	 sensuous	 dance	 from	 John	
                                                                             Travolta's	 SATURDAY	 NIGHT	 FEVER.	 Dance	
                                                                             to	 the	 hottest	 disco	 music,	 learning	 stylized	
                                                                             turns	 and	 moves	 with	 your	 partner	 to	 wow	
                                                                             everyone	on	the	dance	floor.	
                                                                             PEX-266	 6	sessions	/	$125
                                                                             R	          Thurs,	7:45-9pm,	
                                                                             	           June	12-July	24	(skip	7/3)

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4Swimming
Community Swimming                                       Adult Swimming instruction
A	supervised	recreational	swimming	program.	             50+ Club eligible
Adults	must	register	and	accompany	child(ren)	           Joshua Bernstein, MS, Aqua Therapy License;
under	18	years	of	age	for	safety.	                       VijayMistry, BA
See box below for pool hours.	                           Beginner
rEFuND	PoLiCY: after first week, no refunds              PEX-246	   10	sessions	/	$155
will be granted for Community Swimming.	     	           M	         Mon,	8-9pm,	June	9-August	11
Note: Original Confirmation Letter must be               	          (Bernstein)
returned to Continuing Education office for              SA	        Sat,	8-9am,	June	7-August	16	
refund to be considered for processing.                  	          (skip	7/5)	(Mistry)
                                                         ZP	        Sun,	noon-1pm	June	8-August	17	
PEX-287	   May	27-Aug	14	(skip	7/4-6)                    	          (skip	7/6)	(Bernstein)
E-X	       $175,	adults
E1-X	      $125,	young	people	under	18                   intermediate
	          (must	be	accompanied	by	parent)               PEX-247	 10	sessions	/	$155
E1-A-X	    $125,	adult	accompanying	a	child	who	         T	       Tues,	8-9pm,	June	10-August	12
	          is	enrolled	in	current	semester               	        	(Bernstein)
	          instructional	swim	class




                                                                                                                 PreParatory skills
E2-X	      $75,	adult	or	child	in	current	               Aqua Aerobics
	          semester	instructional	swim	class             50+ Club eligible
                                                         Joshua Bernstein, MS, Aqua Therapy License
                                                         Improve	 posture,	 muscle	 tone	 and	 coordina-
                                                         tion	 while	 increasing	 strength,	 flexibility	 and	
                                                         endurance	—	without	stress!	For	swimmers	&	
                                                         non-swimmers	at	all	levels.
                                                         PEX-248
                                                         FA	        6	sessions	/	$140
      afternoons, evenings, Weekends                     	          Fri,	9-10:30am,	June	13-July	25
       monday thru thursday: 5-8pm                       	          (skip	7/4)
               Friday: 6-9pm                             ZA	        10	sessions	/	$155
         saturday & sunday: 1-4pm                        	          Sun,	9-10am,	June	8-August	17
                                                         	          (skip	7/6)
      community swim
        Pool hours
     Registration	Invoice	for	Community	Swim		
      (PEX-287)	required	for	entrance	to	pool.		
   Pool	hours	are	subject	to	change	to	meet	class	
   scheduling	requirements,	life	guard	availability,	
        and	pool	maintenance	requirements.




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               4Grades K-1
kiDs college

               Howard Kaminsky, Academic Coordinator;
               Jacqueline Fuentes, Administrative Coordinator
               All	 instructors	 are	 experienced	 NYS	 certified	
               teachers	with	special	expertise	in	the	courses	
               they	teach.	Class	size	is	limited	for	maximum	
               results.•	 A	 confirmation	 letter	 will	 be	 mailed	
               to	 you	 along	 with	 other	 pertinent	 informa-
               tion.	 •	 No classes on July 3	 •	 Parent-Teacher	
               conferences	 to	 be	 held	 on	 July	 31.	 (Math	 &	
               Reading	grades	2-6)	•	The	College	reserves	the	
               right	 to	 make	 program	 changes	 and	 adjust-
               ments	as	required.	•	The	Kids	College	cannot	
               accommodate	 students	 with	 special	 learning	
               needs.	 Please Note: All registrations must
               be received no later than one day before
               the start of class.                                     reading & Mathematics
               LATE rEGiSTrATioN FEE of $25 per regis-                 for Kindergarten
               trant for classes within three (3) days of              Participate	in	a	variety	of	activities	developing	
               start date.                                             and	 enhancing	 their	 skills	 in	 language	 arts	
                                                                       and	mathematics.	Students	must	be	age	5	by	
                                                                       January	1,	2008.
                                                                       CLX-131	 19	sessions	/	$350
                                                                       EA	        Mon-Thurs,	9-10:30am,	
                 CHiNESE ACADEMY                                       	          June	30-July	31
                 CLX-800:	Kindergarten-12th	grade.	
                 Schedule:	June	30	-	July	31	(skip	7/3)
                 Call 718.281.5128 for details in Chinese.             reading & Mathematics
                 Kathy You & Nancy Jiang, Program Liaisons             for First Graders
                 Mandarin	Chinese,	simplified	using	pinyin	            Activities	 to	 enhance	 oral	 communication,	
                 for	speaking,	vocabulary,	writing	and	reading	
                                                              	        phonics	awareness,	word	recognition,	reading	
                 comprehension.	                                       comprehension,	 and	 working	 with	 number	
                 note: Full payment required at initial                facts,	 basic	 numerical	 concepts,	 and	 simple	
                 time of registration.                                 number	sentences.
                 AFTERNOONS	ONLY:	19	sessions	/	$475                   CLX-132	 19	sessions	/	$350
                 EP	 Mon-Thurs,	1-4pm	                                 EA	        Mon-Thurs,	9-10:30am,	
                 (includes	 Chinese	 Cultural	 @	 1-3pm	 &	            	          June	30-July	31
                 Language	Conversation	@	3-4pm).	
                 sPeCial DisCount (when register for                   Arts & Crafts
                 traditional Kids College classes):                    for Kindergarten & First Grade
                    •	 Register	for	1	Traditional	class:	              Learn	to	manipulate	simple	tools	while	work-
                       receive	5%	discount                             ing	in	various	media	and	with	other	children.	
                    •	 Register	for	2	Traditional	classes:	            Skills	appropriate	to	age/development	level.	
                       receive	10%	discount                            CLX-110	 19	sessions	/	$365	includes	materials
                                                                       EA	        Mon-Thurs,	10:35am-12:05pm,	
                                                                       	          June	30-July	31

                                                                       Sketching & Cartooning
                                                                       for Kindergarten & First Grade
                                                                       Learn	drawing	and	design,	create	cartoon	char-
                                                                       acters,	express	feelings	working	with	colors!
                                                                       CLX-112	 19	sessions	/	$365	includes	materials
                                                                       EA	       Mon-Thurs,	10:35am-12:05pm,	
                                                                       	         June	30-July	31


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                                                                                                           kiDs college
4Grades 2-8                                            4Intermediate School
reading (grades	2-6)                                  Writing Workshop (grades	5-8)
Guided	 toward	 mastery	 of	 vocabulary	 and	         Experiential	writing	through	logs,	journals,	indi-
comprehension	skills	to	develop	an	apprecia-          vidual	conferences,	and	shared	experiences.
tion	of	literature.	                                  CLX-241	 19	sessions	/	$350
CLX-232	 19	sessions	/	$350                           EA	       Mon-Thurs,	9-10:30am,	
	          Mon-Thurs,	10:35am-12:05pm,	               	         June	30-July	31
	          June	30-July	31
EA2	       Grade	2	      EA5	    Grade	5    Writing Essays & reports (grades	5-8)
EA3	       Grade	3	      EA6	    Grade	6	   Analyze	assignments,	organize	thoughts,	select	
EA4	       Grade	4                          vocabulary.
                                            CLX-341	 19	sessions	/	$350
Mathematics (grades	2-6)                    EA	        Mon-Thurs,	10:35am-12:05pm,	
Develop	 mathematics	 and	 problem-solving	 	          June	30-July	31
skills	for	math	appreciation.	
CLX-222	 19	sessions	/	$350                 Algebra (grades	6-7)
	           Mon-Thurs,	9-10:30am,	          Use	 algebra	 to	 solve	 problems	 logically	 and	
	           June	30-July	31                 efficiently.	
EA2	        Grade	2	      EA5	     Grade	5  CLX-320	 19	sessions	/	$350
EA3	        Grade	3	      EA6	     Grade	6	 EA	        Mon-Thurs,	9-10:30am,	
EA4	        Grade	4                         	          June	30-July	31

Science Enrichment (grades	2-3)                       introduction to HS Math (grades	7-8)
This	 stimulating	 program	 is	 designed	 to	 gain	   Master	skills	in	advanced	math	and	logical	rea-
a	better	understanding	of	the	world.	Perform	         soning.	Topics	include	algebra	and	geometry.
hands-on	 activities	 demonstrating	 the	 laws	       CLX-321	 19	sessions	/	$350
of	 physics,	 chemistry,	 and	 magnetism.	 Work	      EA	       Mon-Thurs,	10:35am-12:05pm,	
in	small	groups	while	developing	skills	and	an	       	         June	30-July	31
appreciation	of	science.	
CLX-210	 19	sessions	/	$350                           reading Workshop (grades	7-8)
EA	        Mon-Thurs,	9-10:30am,	                     Master	vocabulary	and	comprehension	skills.
	          June	30-July	31                            CLX-504	 19	sessions	/	$350
                                                      EA	      Mon-Thurs,	10:35am-12:05pm,	
Writing Workshop (grades	2-4)                         	        June	30-July	31
Experiential	writing	through	logs,	journals,	indi-
vidual	conferences,	and	shared	experiences.        Math Workshop (grades	7-8)
CLX-240	 19	sessions	/	$350                        Understand	basic	mathematics	problem	solving.
EA	       Mon-Thurs,	9-10:30am,	                   CLX-503	 19	sessions	/	$350
	         June	30-July	31                          EA	      Mon-Thurs,	9-10:30am,	
                                                   	        June	30-July	31
 NEW
 GBA STArBurST™ ViDEo GAME DEVELoPMENT
 (Kindergarten thru 4th grade)
 A	 simplified,	 modular	 approach	 to	 video	 game	 development	 for	 early	
 childhood	students	to	utilize	as	a	tool	to	strengthen	math,	problem	solv-
 ing	and	creative	thinking	skills	–	all	in	the	context	of	doing	something	
 they	 love	 –	 creating	 video	 games!	 	 Learn	 how	 to	 create	 art	 &	 anima-
 tion	 while	 incorporating	 sounds,	 music,	 and	 other	 multimedia	 elements	 into	 their	 games.	
 Participants	create	one	fully	working	video	game	they	can	share	with	parents	and	friends.
 Starburst™	students	are	grouped	into	either	K-2nd	grade	or	3rd-4th	grade.
 CLX-607	
 EA-1	      Kindergarten-2nd	grade,	8	sessions/$425	            Mon-Thurs,	9-10am,	July	21-31
 EA-2	      3rd-4th	grade,	8	sessions/$455	                     Mon-Thurs,	10:15-11:45am,	July	21-31

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               Creative Writing (grades	9-12)                        SAT
               Learn	 to	 write	 short	 stories,	 one-act	 plays,	   Prepare	 for	 the	 NEW	 SAT	 format.	 Work	 to	
               and	 various	 forms	 of	 poetry	 (haiku,	 sonnet,	    improve	your	scores	by	developing	your	verbal,	
               cinquain,	 sestina).	 Explore	 various	 models	 of	   mathematics	 and	 essay	 writing	 skills.	 Course	
               personal	 memoirs	 and	 non-fiction.	 Create	         includes	evaluation	of	practice	tests	and	essay	
               your	own	portfolio.                                   writing.	 Required	 text	 will	 be	 announced	 at	
               CLX-407	 19	sessions	/	$350                           the	first	class	meeting.	
               EA	        Mon-Thurs,	10:35am-12:05pm,	               •	Learn	question	analysis	and	how	to	eliminate	
               	          June	30-July	31                            incorrect	 responses	 	 •	 Learn	 how	 to	 select	
                                                                     correct	 answers	 to	 math	 problems	 •	 Practice	
                                                                     taking	 the	 test	 under	 simulated	 examination	
                HiGH SCHooL                                          conditions.	•	Review	your	responses	with	the	
                ADMiSSioNS & TEST PrEP                               instructor.	•	Build	your	confidence	for	success.	
                Portfolio Development Class for                      CLX-580	 12	sessions	/	$465
                Specialized High School Admissions                   EA	        Mon-Thurs,	9am-noon,	July	7-24
                (grades	6-8)
                Portfolios	 are	 submitted	 in	 eighth	 grade	       SAT Critical reading only with Essay
                for	specialized	art	school	admissions.	Work	         For	 students	 who	 feel	 secure	 in	 their	 ability	 to	
                on	 six	 projects	 to	 complete	 the	 admis-         score	 well	 on	 the	 mathematics	 portion	 of	 the	
                sions	portfolios.		Projects	include	portraits,	      SAT	but	would	like	to	reinforce	their	verbal	skills.	
                fashion,	 still	 life,	 anime,	 landscape,	 and	     CLX-581	 12	sessions	/	$275
                cartooning.	Bring	18”	x	24”	charcoal	pad	to	         EA	        Mon-Thurs,	9-10:30am,	July	7-24
                first	class.	Get	ahead	of	the	crowd	and	be	
                prepared!                                            SAT Math Skills only
                CLX-376	 19	sessions/	$330                           Designed	 for	 students	 secure	 in	 their	 ability	
                EA	         Mon-Thurs,	9-10:30am,	                   to	score	well	on	the	verbal	portion	of	the	SAT	
                	           June	30-July	31                          but	would	like	to	reinforce	their	math	skills.	
                                                                     CLX-582	 12	sessions	/	$275
                TACH (Co-oP) Test Prep (grade	8)                     EA	       Mon-Thurs,	10:30am-noon,	July	7-24
                Attain	general	test	preparation	for	Catholic	
                high	 school	 entrance	 examination	 with	
                review	of	the	verbal	and	mathematics	sec-               Fun with Architecture (ages	6-12)
                tions.	 Practice	 test	 will	 be	 administered	         Craig R. Weber, BArch, MS, RA; Assoc. Prof,
                under	simulated	conditions.	                            QCC, MET/DD
                CLX-374	 19	sessions/	$390                              Ever	wonder	what	goes	into	the	designing	
                EA	        Mon-Thurs,	10:35am-12:05pm,	                 and	construction	of	a	building?	Why	does	
                	          June	30-July	31                              a	building	look	the	way	it	does?	Learn	the	
                                                                        basics	 of	 architecture	 while	 completing	
                Specialized High School                                 age-appropriate	projects.
                Entrance Test Prep (grade	8)                            CLX-440	 7	 sessions	 /	 $195+$40	 materials	
                Develop	test-taking	skills,	learn	to	analyze	
                                                            	           fee
                questions	 and	 select	 correct	 answers.	  	           TRA	        Tues	&	Thurs,	10:35am-12:05pm,	
                Enrollment	limited.                                     	           July	8-29
                CLX-375	 19	sessions/	$465
                EA	      Mon-Thurs,	8:30-10:30am,	
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4Video Game Design
Game Builders Academy: Creating Video Games!
DEMoNSTrATioN SEMiNAr
Saturday May 10th, 1-3pm
Learn about this new program that merges the
entertaining and aesthetic interests of video gamers
with academic preparation and career development.
90-minute hands-on orientation in the computer
lab with 1/2 hour Q&A provides ideal opportunity to
understand and experience the value-added benefit
of registering for this course! Parents & Child(ren) and
all Potential Registrants welcome!
Call 718.631.6343 to sign up for this FREE session (CLX-605 OHSP).

Designing	 Video	 Games	 as	 teaching	 tools…	 learn,	 grow,	 have	 fun	 and	 succeed!	 Hands-on	
technology,	 hand-eye	 coordination,	 deconstructing	 systems,	 internalized	 mapping,	 improved	
eyesight,	increased	focus,	and	confidence	in	creating	a	new	and	individualized	game	are	some	
of	the	many	proven	benefits	of	this	program.	Academic	and	Career	paths	are	initiated	and	pro-
mulgated	as	many	institutions	of	higher	learning	have	begun	to	offer	under/graduate	degrees	
in	 Video	 Game	 Design	 and	 Development.	 Participants	 take	 pride	 in	 creating	 their	 own	 end	
product,	which	is	not	a	commercially	published	video	game	but	their	own	inspiration	based	on	
their	imagination	and	academic	preparedness.
Low	 student-teacher	 ratios	 ensure	 optimal	 learning	 conditions	 with	 supplementary	 work	
and	 challenges	 geared	 to	 each	 participant’s	 unique	 abilities.	 The	 “candy-coated”	 teaching	
approach	 provides	 fun	 and	 satisfaction	 in	 creating	 individualized	 video	 games	 which	 parallel	
skill-strengthening	and	knowledge	sets	acquired	in	school.	Lesson	plans	feature	topic	covered,	
objectives,	and	state	specific	standards	coupled	with	emails	and	website	for	tutorials,	tips	&	
tricks,	free	graphics	&	sounds,	educational	resources,	games,	links,	and	more!	

GBA Video Game Design & Development: Level 1 (5th-12th grades)
This	introductory	course	provides	the	opportunity	to	create	at	least	two	individualized	full-
working	video	games	while	developing,	using,	and	strengthening	math,	logic,	communication,	
concentration	&	critical	thinking,	problem	solving,	and	creative	thinking	skills.	Learn	to	create	
art	and	animation	for	games,	and	incorporate	sounds,	music,	video	and	other	multimedia	ele-
ments	into	games.		
CLX-605	 8	sessions	/	$485
EA	       Mon-Thurs,	9-11:30am,	July	7-17	   	
EP	       Mon-Thurs,	12:30-3pm,	July	7-17			 	        	     	

 NEW
 GBA Video Game Design & Development: Level 2 (5th-12th grades)
 Learn	to	write	object-oriented	computer	programming	code	to	develop	a	high-level	video	
 game,	 one	 multilevel	 game,	 and	 software	 "toys."	 Utilize	 more	 advanced	 math	 and	 science	
 (basic	physics)	to	build	games,	while	also	learning	the	fundamentals	of	computer	program-
 ming–and	have	a	great	time!	Create	at	least	one	multilevel	game	and	a	number	of	software	
 "toys".	Prerequisite: Level 1 (CLX-605).
 CLX-606	 8	sessions	/	$485
 EP	        Mon-Thurs,	12:30-3pm,	July	21-31		




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               4Drivers Education                                         4Music & Performance
               Joel Ingram, Coordinator, Bell Auto School                Kids' Chorale (ages	7-17)
               This	NYS	Education	Dept.-approved	course	is	              Jessica Bauch, music educator
               for	 all	 eligible	 public	 and	 private	 high	 school	Lift	 every	 voice	 and	 sing!	 Come	 sing	 with	 us	
               students.	Instructors	are	licensed	by	the	NYS	         and	experience	music	like	never	before.	From	
               Department	 of	 Education.	 This	 program	 uses	       the	first	note	to	the	last,	strengthen	your	skills	
               late	model	vehicles	with	dual	controls.	               and	challenge	your	ear.	All	you	need	is	a	pencil	
               ELiGiBiLiTY.	All	high	school	students	are	eligible	    and	a	love	of	music!	
               to	register	for	the	Driver	Education	program	pro-      CLX-	409			19	sessions	/	$335
               vided	they	are	or	will	be	16	years	of	age	by	July	     EA1		        ages 7-12
               1,	2008.	Students	must	have	a	learner’s	permit	or	     	            Mon-Thurs,	9-10:30am,	
               junior	license	before	first	class.                     	            June	30-July	31
               objectives                                             EA2	         ages 13-17
               •		 cquire	safe	driving	skills	and	defensive	driv- 	
                 A                                                                 Mon-Thurs,	10:35am-12:05pm,	
                 ing	awareness.                                       	            June	30-July	31
                 E
               •		 arn	 the	 MV	 285	 “Completion	 Certificate,”	
                 providing	 eligibility	 for	 10-15%	 discounts	 on	 Guitar for Beginners (ages	8-12)
                 insurance	 premiums	 with	 most	 companies;	 While	learning	to	play	the	guitar,	students		will	
                 Duplicate	cards,	$20;	Duplicate	letters,	$10.        develop	basic	music	note-reading	skills.	Learn	
               •		 ualify	 to	 apply	 for	 senior	 driver’s	 license	 chords,	 songs,	 and	 have	 the	 opportunity	 to	
                 Q
                 at	age	17.                                           enhance	 digital	 mobility.	 Required	 texts	 and	
               TuiTioN & FEES.	 Tuition	 is	 $555	 (does not materials	 will	 be	 announced	 at	 the	 first	 class	
               include textbook cost of $40).	 Full	 tuition	 meeting.	Students	must	supply	their	own	gui-
               must	 accompany	 your	 application/registra- tars	(acoustic	or	electric).	
               tion.	No partial payments accepted.                    CLX-420	 19	sessions	/	$335
               	 	 Additional	 fees,	 not	 payable	 to	 QCC,	 EA	                  Mon-Thurs,	10:35am-12:05pm,	
               include	 learner’s	 permit	 and	 optional	 road	 	                  June	30-July	31
               test	services.	
                                                                      Dance Fever (ages	8-12)
               SCHEDuLE                                               Learn	different	styles	of	dancing	while	social-
               Convenient	 schedules	 offered	 weekdays.	 izing	with	peers.		Ballroom,	modern	jazz,	and	
               Parental	 permission	 forms	 and	 schedules	 are	 contemporary	 dance	 introduced	 to	 rival	 the	
               available	in	L-118	or	call	718.631.6343.	Students	 pros	from	Dancing	with	the	Stars.
               are	required	to	purchase	a	$40	text	from	the	 CLX-465	 19	sessions/	$335
               instructor.	                                           EA	          Mon-Thurs,	9-10:30am,	
               DEX-100	 48	hours	instruction	/	$555                   	            June	30-July	31
               E	          17	sessions
               	           Tues-Thurs,	schedule	TBA	                  Dramatics for Children (ages	8-12)
               	           Starts	Tues,	July	1                        Express	 interpretation	 of	 events	 and	 emo-
               	           Ends	Wed,	August	6                         tions	by	acting	out	fairy	tales,	stories,	excerpts	
               NOTE: This program is an introduction to from	the	classics,	and	events	drawn	from	their	
               driving. Additional practice outside of class everyday	 lives.	 Attain	 the	 basics,	 challenges,	
               will be needed.                                        and	joys	of	acting.	Open	to	everyone.	Acting	
                                                                      experience	not	required.
                                                                      CLX-408	 19	sessions	/	$335
                               rEFuND PoLiCY                          EA	          Mon-Thurs,	10:35am-12:05pm,	
                  •		90%	of	total	tuition	fee	will	be	refunded	 	                  June	30-July	31
                  if	requested	in	writing	prior	to	first	class.	•		
                      No	refunds	after	classes	have	begun.




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4Swimming Instruction                                   4Sports
Joshua Bernstein, MS, Aqua Therapy License;             Competitive Swim instruction
Vijay Mistry, BA                                        (ages	7-14)
Tiny Tots (ages 2-6)                                    Joshua Bernstein, MS, Aqua Therapy License
Develop	water	skills	safely	and	with	fun—and	 Coaching	in	various	competitive	swimming	tech-
with	parents.	One	adult	must	sign	up	with	and	 niques.	Style,	racing	dive,	and	turns	analyzed	and	
accompany	each	child	during	instruction.       remediated.	Time	trials	and	information	on	regis-
Beginner                                       tering	and	competing	in	local,	regional	swimming	
PEX-745	 10	half-hour	sessions	/	$110	each     competitions	will	be	provided.
	         child	and	$110	each	adult	(adult     PEX-750	 10	sessions	/	$180
          must accompany child in pool.)       ZA	        Sun,	10-11am,	June	8-August	17
SA	       Sat,	10-10:30am,	June	7-August	16    	          (skip	7/6)	
	         (skip	7/5)	(Mistry)
ZA	       Sun,	8:30-9am,	June	8-August	17      Beginner Tennis (ages	8-14)
	         (skip	7/6)	(Bernstein)               Helene Hamilton, BS, tennis coach, phys ed
intermediate                                            instructor.
PEX-746	 10	half-hour	sessions	/	$110	each	     For	 the	 young	enthusiastic	player	who	wants	
	        child	and	$110	each	adult	(adult       to	learn	basic	strokes,	court	strategy,	etiquette,	
         must accompany child in pool.)         and	scoring.	Wear	comfortable	clothes.	Supply	
SA	      Sat,	10:30-11am,	June	7-August	16      equipment	 (junior-size	 racket,	 can	 of	 balls,	
	        (skip	7/5)	(Mistry)                    sneakers).	Held	indoors	(RFK	Gym	Bldg	Lobby)	
                                                in	case	of	rain.	Small group instruction; enroll-
Advanced Transition (ages	6-8)                  ment limited to 12 per class.
PEX-747	 10	one-hour	sessions	/	$180	           PEX-732	 6	sessions	/	$100
	        (at instructor’s discretion, adult may FA1	       Fri,	9-10am,	July	11-August	15
         need to accompany child in pool.) FA2	            Fri,	11am-noon,	July	11-August	15
ZA	      Sun,	11am-noon,	June	8-August	17
	        (skip	7/6)	(Bernstein)                 Tae Kwon Do
                                                        Joseph Sing Cheung, MA, 5th Degree Black Belt,
Adolescent/Pre-Teen (ages 7-14)                         Master Instructor, Director of Imperial Academy
Participants	 are	 classified	 at	 the	 first	 session	 of Martial Arts & Sciences
to	 ensure	 similar	 swim	 levels	 for	 each	 group.	 Learn	 discipline,	 self-confidence,	 self-
To enroll, a child must be able to stand in respect	 and	 get	 stronger,	 more	 flexible	 with	
3-1/2 feet of water.                                  this	 dynamic	 martial	 art	 and	 olympic	 sport.	
Non-Swimmers/Beginners                                Bring	 $40	 to	 first	 class	 to	 purchase	 uniform.	
Enjoy	the	water	and	gain	skills.                      Opportunity	to	participate	in	promotion	tests	
PEX-748	 10	sessions	/	$180                           to	advance	in	belt	ranks	(up	to	black	belt).
SA1	       Sat,	9-10am,	June	7-August	16              CLX-812	 10	sessions	/	$125
	          (skip	7/5)	(Mistry)                        TRP1	      Tues	&	Thurs,	12:15-1pm,	
SA2	      Sat,	11am-noon,	June	7-August	16            	          July	1-31	
	         (skip	7/5)	(Mistry)                         TRP2	      Tues	&	Thurs,	4:15-5pm,	
W	        Wed,	8-9pm,	June	11-August	13               	          July	1-31	
	         (Bernstein)
intermediate/Advanced
To	 join	 the	 intermediate	 or	 advanced	 levels,	
the	 child	 should	 be	 able	 to	 float	 front	 and	
back,	 do	 the	 cross	 stroke,	 and	 use	 rhythm	
breathing.
PEX-749	 10	sessions	/	$180
SP	         Sat,	noon-1pm,	June	7-August	16
	           (skip	7/5)	(Mistry)
R	          Thurs,	8-9pm,	June	5-August	14
	           (skip	7/3)	(Bernstein)


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               4Summer Camps




                                            SUMMER DAY CAMP
                                       At Queensborough Community College!
                        The finest summer camp at an affordable prices in your own backyard!
                                         Boys and Girls 5-11 Teen Travel 12-14




                          A typical day: Children who spend the summer with Oasis are able to enjoy
                a full day of activities: swimming, sports and recreation,dramatic and visual arts, and field trips
                                     For more information please call 718-596-4900
                                       or visit our website www.oasischildren.com
                                     SPACE WILL FILL QUICKLY!
                                             Ask us about discounts available!
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                                                                                                                 50+ club
450+ Club
WELCoME To THE 50+ club                                    MEMBErSHiP BENEFiTS
Welcome	to	the	50+	Club	and	to	those	who	                  •	 Over	30	courses	offered	in	the	day,	eve-
joined	last	term,	welcome	back!                               ning	and	weekend.
The	 Club	 launched	 in	 the	 spring	 of	 2008	 to	        •	 Highly	respected	faculty,	who	are	experts	
rousing	 applause.	 	 The	 50+	 Club	 is	 especially	         in	 the	 fields	 of	 art,	 politics,	 business,	
designed	for	those	of	you	on	the	flip	side	of	                technology,	culture,	and	the	humanities.	
50	who	want	to	stay	engaged,	enlivened	and	                •	 Discounted	breakfast	and	lunch	dining	at	
enriched	and	who	might	concurrently	be	fac-                   the	Oakland	Dining	Hall.
ing	 healthcare,	 caretaker,	 financial	 and	 career	      •	 Available	Parking	on	campus.
challenges	in	your	lives.	                                 •	 Free	Lectures.
This	 summer	 most	 classes	 will	 be	 held	 on	           •	 $5	off	a	pair	of	tickets	for	up	to	2	(two)	
our	 Bayside	 campus.	 	 We	 have	 opened	 over	              performances	in	the	Fall	2008	season	of	
30	 courses	 for	 you.	 	 A	 listing	 of	 the	 courses	       QPAC.
eligible	 for	 50+	 Club	 members	 follows	 the	           •	 Receive	 a	 one	 month	 (Monday-Friday)	
Membership	Benefits,	Fees	and	Tuition	below.	         	       home	delivery	of	The	New	York	Times	to	
Please	 refer	 to	 the	 associated	 page	 listings	           the	first	50	new	club	members!
for	 a	 complete	 description	 of	 each	 of	 the	          •	 Several	 opportunities	 to	 meet	 new	
courses.                                                      friends	and	business	colleagues.

To JoiN
Join	 the	 50+	 Club	 by	 mail,	 fax,	 telephone	 or	
in	person.                                                         save the Dates
Campus	Continuing	Education	Office	Location:	       	
Library Building – room 118P
                                                               free Jewish literature
Phone: 718.631.6343                                             Discussion Program
Fax:        718.281.5538                                    The	 QCC	 Library	 is	 announcing	 a	 free	
                                                            discussion	group	program	that	will	begin	
                                                            this	fall.
          SuMMEr MEMBErSHiP                                 Sponsored	 by	 Nextbook	 and	 The	 ALA:	
             FEE & TuiTioN:                                 Let’s	Talk	about	it:	Jewish	Literature.
  Membership	Fee:	$50	
                                                                         The	theme	is		
  Tuition:	
                                                             Modern Marvels: Jewish Adventures
  Up	to	3	tuition	based	Courses	for	$135.*	
                                                                    in the Graphic Novel.
  Up	to	6	tuition	based	Courses	for	$235.*	
                                                            The	scholar/discussion	leader	will	be	Dr.	
  Additional	courses	for	$50	each.
                                                                      Susan	Jacobowitz.
  Plus	 Free	 Lectures	 not	 included	 in	 the	
                                                                       Five Sunday Dates:
  bundled	courses
                                                                Sept 14, oct 5, 26, Nov. 16, Dec. 7
  *All	materials'	fees	are	in	addition	to	the	                           Time: 1 to 3 pm
  tuition
                                                            Books	 to	 be	 discussed:	 A	 Contract	 with	
                                                            God,	 The	 Complete	 Maus:	 A	 Survivor’s	
                                                            Tale,	Julius	Knipl,	Real	Estate	Photographer,	
                                                            The	Quitter,	and	The	Rabbi’s	Cat




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           450+ Club
           CourSE LiSTiNG
                               ArTS                                  PHoToGrAPHY
           Astonishing	Watercolors		        page	19     Digital	Photography	&	Photo	Album		 page	20
           Clay	(Ceramic)	Sculpture	        page	19     The	New	Photography	Experience	     page	20
           Decorative	Plaster	              page	1 9
           Drawing	&	Painting		             page	19              rECrEATioN & SPorTS
           Interior	Design	Resource	Tour	   page	1 1    Aqua	Aerobics	                     page	23
           Photo	&	Fine	Art	Matting	        page	20     Bridge		                           page	1 7
           Seasonal	Watercolor	Workshop	    page	19     Cardio	Tennis	                     page	21
           Sketching	the	Galleries	         page	19     Hatha	Yoga	                        page	21
                                                        Meditation	                        page	21
                           CoMPuTErS                    Personal	Training	Techniques	      page	22
           Windows	Explorer		               page	14     Adult	Swimming	Instruction		       page	23
           Windows	Works		                  page	14     Tai	Chi		                          page	21
           Windows	Efficiency	              page	14
           Microsoft	Word	for	Windows	      page	14                        DANCE
           Microsoft	Outlook	               page	14     Do	the	Hustle	                     page	22
           Microsoft	PowerPoint	            page	14     Swing	                             page	22
           Microsoft	Excel	                 page	14
                                                                  FrEE LECTurES For
                     ForEiGN LANGuAGES                            50+ CLuB MEMBErS
           Chinese	(Mandarin)	              page	16     Aging	&	The	Law	                   page	1 7
           Italian	(Beginner)	              page	16     Baby	Boomers	Guide	to		
           Korean	(Beginner)		              page	16     Financial	Planning			              page	1 7
           Spanish	(Beginner	Intensive)	    page	16     The	Latest	Options	for		
                                                        Financing	Long-Term	Care	          page	1 7




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                                        For Your information
TuiTioN & FEES                                                SoME FrEquENTLY ASKED quESTioNS
• The	tuition	fees	listed	for	each	continuing	educa-          H
                                                              	 ow will I know when I’m registered?
   tion	 course	 represent	 the	 total	 charges	 for	 the	    •		 onfirmations	 are	 mailed	 out	 following	 payment	
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   course.	Any	additional	materials	fees	indicated	as	          for	 class	 registration.	 Check	 this	 information	 to	
   payable	 to	 the	 instructor	 should	 be	 paid	 at	 the	     insure	correct	class	registration,	dates,	times,	rooms.
   first	 class	 meeting.	 A	 one-time	 $15	 per	 person	     •		f	you	have	NOT	received	either	official	confirma-
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   registration	 fee	 is	 required	 each	 semester.	 For	       tion	of	payment	OR	communication	that	your	class	
   children’s	programs,	first	child	pays	$15	registration	      request	 was	 closed	 out/cancelled,	 please	 contact	
   fee,	each	additional	child,	$10	registration	fee.	           our	 office	 staff	 to	 clarify	 registration	 and	 obtain	
• Matriculated QCC students in full-time credit                 your	room	assignment.
   courses are exempt from the registration fee.              •		 efunds	will	NOT	be	processed	for	missed	classes	
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• All FrEE courses require payments of $15                      based	on	not	receiving	mailed	confirmations.
   registration Fee.
• LATE rEGiSTrATioN FEE of $25 will be imposed                W
                                                              	 hat happens if the course is cancelled or
   when registering later than three (3) full busi-           class details are changed?
   ness days prior to class start date.                       •		 he	 Office	 makes	 every	 attempt	 possible	 to	
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•			 ersonal	checks	will	only	be	accepted	ten	(10)	days	
   P                                                            notify	you.	Please	confirm	your	current	telephone	
   prior	to	class	start	date.                                   number(s)	and	e-mail	address(es)	at	registration.
•			 	 student	 who	 has	 submitted	 a	 bad	 check,	
   A                                                          •		 ou	 will	 receive	 a	 full	 refund	 for	 courses	
                                                                Y                                                        	
   or	 who	 stopped	 payment	 on	 a	 check	 to	 the	            cancelled	by	the	College.
   College,	 will	 not	 be	 permitted	 to	 pay	 by	 check	    •		 he	 College	 reserves	 the	 right	 to	 cancel	 any	
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   again.	 In	 these	 cases,	 payment	 must	 be	 by	 cash,	     course,	make	changes	in	fees	or	substitute	instruc-
   money	 order,	 or	 credit	 card	 only.	 A	 fee	 of	 $15	
                                                          	     tors,	and	change	days/hours	when	necessary.
   will	be	charged	for	a	bad	check.                           •		 very	 effort	 is	 made	 to	 provide	 corrected	 infor-
                                                                E
•			 	 paid	 invoice	 is	 needed	 for	 class	 admission.	
   A                                                            mation	as	soon	as	possible	if	the	Catalog	or	other	
   The	fee	for	a	duplicate	invoice	is	$5.00.                    printed	 materials	 containing	 course	 information	
                                                                is	modified.
rEFuND PoLiCY                                                 H
                                                              	 ow do I find my class?
•		 All requests for refunds	 must	 be	 submitted	            •		 egistration	 confirmations	 contain	 room	 assign-
                                                                R
    in writing,	 by	 mail,	 fax,	 or	 in	 person.	 Non-         ments	 for	 most	 classes.	 The	 map	 included	 with	
    attendance does	not	constitute	a	withdrawal	or	             the	confirmation	identifies	buildings.
    request	for	refund.                                       •		f	 a	 room	 assignment	 is	 not	 shown	 on	 your	 con-
                                                                I
•		 no Cash reFunDs.                                            firmation,	 please	 call	 the	 office	 (718-631-6343)	 at
•		 No	refunds	for	courses	which	meet	for	only	one	     	       least one day prior to scheduled class start.
    or	two sessions;	and/or	after	the	second	class	is	        •		f	 a	 room	 assignment	 or	 other	 change	 is	 made	
                                                                I
    in	session.                                                 just	prior	to	class,	a	notice	will	be	placed	on	the	
•		 Materials	fees	are	not	refundable.                          door	of	the	Continuing	Education	Office,	Library	
                                                                Building,	Room	118P,	and	on	the	door	of	the	origi-
•		 The	$15	registration	fee	is	not	refundable.                 nally	assigned	classroom.
•		 Refunds	are	computed	when	official	notification	is	       •		 or	further	clarification,	check	with	the	Office	in	
                                                                F
    received	by	this	office	as	follows:                         L-118P	(see	office	hours	on	inside	back	cover.)
    90%	refund	3	days	prior	to	first	class	meeting.
                                                              Can I park on campus?
    75%	 refund	 prior	 to	 second	 class	 meeting	 (for	     •		 n-campus	 parking	 is	 available	 to	 all	 registered	
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    courses	that	have	more	than	two	meetings).                  Continuing	Education	students	on	a	space-available	
A	 refund	 takes	 approximately	 4-5	 weeks	 after	             basis.	Students	must	have	a	token	to	gain	entry	to	
the	 Office	 of	 Continuing	 Education	 receives	 your	         all	 of	 the	 lots.	 In	 planning	 your	 program,	 do	 not	
request.	Refunds	are	made	to	the	credit	card	or	by	             assume	that	a	spot	will	be	available.	
check	only to the payer of record.                            •		 arking	 tokens	 are	 required	 and	 can	 be	 purchased	
                                                                P
CoLLEGE ruLES & rEGuLATioNS                                     days	and	evenings	at	the	kiosk	located	in	the	lob-
                                                                bies	 of	 the	 Administration,	 Library,	 Medical	 Arts,	
All	 participants	 in	 the	 QCC	 Continuing	 Education	
                                                                and	Science	Buildings.	
program	 must	 follow	 the	 College’s	 rules	 &	 regula-
tions.                                                        •		 okens	cost	$1.00	each	and	are	non-refundable.
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                                                              •		 iosks	accept	dollar	bills	only.	No	change	is	given.	
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DiSCouNT PoLiCY for SENiorS & ALuMNi
Excludes 50+Club members.
                                                              FuNDiNG oPPorTuNiTiES
Must apply for discount at initial time of
registration and submit appropriate proof.                   Many of our training opportunities
Not Available for Online Registration                        and skill enhancement offerings may
Senior Citizens	(over	65	years	of	age):                      qualify for vouchers and
•	10%	off	all	courses	under	$150                             reimbursement through various
•	25%	off	all	courses	with	tuition	of	$150	or	more           sources.
•	$15	registration	fee	required	for	all	courses
                                                             Union Members • Employees and
qCC Alumni Association Members:                              members of local and national unions
  M
•		 ust	be	dues-paying	member	of	QCC	Alumni,	                may be eligible for a partial or full
  not	just	graduates	of	the	College
                                                             reimbursement of courses. Please
•	Must	show	valid	QCC	Alumni	card
•	10%	discount	off	all	courses                               contact your union representative for
•	Waiver	of	$15	registration	fee                             information.
•	Not	extended	to	alumni	family	members                      Department of Veteran’s Affairs •
TAX DEDuCTioN oF EXPENSES                                    Vouchers accepted for certificate
An	 income	 tax	 deduction	 may	 be	 allowed	 for	           training programs. For more informa-
                                                 	
expenses	 of	 education	 undertaken	 to	 maintain	           tion and requirements, please visit
current	professional	skills	and	jobs.                        www.va.gov
                                                             Vocational and Educational Services
                                                             for Individuals with Disabilities
                                                             (VESID) • Vouchers
                                                             are accepted for certificate training
      222-05	56th	Avenue,	Bayside,	NY	11364                  programs. For more information and
                Dr.	Eduardo	J.	Martí,                        requirements, please visit www.vesid.
             President of the College                        nysed.gov
                   Dr.	Diane	Call,		
     Vice President, Finance & Administration                Workforce Investment Act (WIA) •
                                                             Qualified unemployed individuals can
                oFFiCE of                                    receive vouchers for career training or
          CoNTiNuiNG EDuCATioN
                                                             to upgrade skills. Please contact the
            Denise	A.	Ward,	Assistant Dean
          Arpy	S.	Coherian,	Assistant Director
                                                             Jamaica Workforce at 718-557-6755 or
        Barbara	Nasewicz,	Assistant to Director              visit www.workforcenewyork.org
                Emilie	Fetik,	Accountant
        Michelle	Brown,	Assistant Accountant                 Your employer may offer training
         Janet	Rhein,	Administrative Assistant               vouchers. Check with your Human
        Gail	Grayson,	Nancy	Jiang,	Sandi	Kanner,	
             Kathy	You,	College Assistants
                                                             Resource Office or Personnel Office
                                                             for information regarding tuition reim-
         Bea	Trama,	Tramas Motorcycle Program	               bursement opportunities.
           Bell	Auto	School,	Drivers Education
          Juan	Carlos	Fajardo,	Paralegal Studies
     Jacqueline	Fuentes,	Kids College Administrative	
                     Roy	Harrison,	CPR	
        Howard	Kaminsky,	Kids College Academic
               Louise	Paone,	Medical Billing
          Rita	Plush,	Interior Design/Decorating                      register online:
                  Alan	Werner,	ESL & GED                                  24/7:365 @
                   Steve	Whitlock,	EMT
       Nancy	Jiang	&	Kathy	You,	Chinese Academy                      cep.qcc.cuny.edu
                                                             Note: online registration is only for
                                                             credit card payment. No discounts &
                Bulletin produced by the                     Vouchers apply. Call 718.631.6343 for
       Office of Marketing and Communications
                                                                      further information

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open registration begins now!
Please register early!	Your	mailed	confirmation	will	contain	a	receipt	with	map,	directions,	and	
course	location.
We can speed your registration!	Please	have	available	all	requested	information	on	EACH		
student	you	are	registering.
registration updates:
  P
•		 lease	note	Skip	Dates	for	most	courses*	during	Summer	2008:	as	indicated	on	your		
  confirmation	letter.	* exceptions to Computer skills and Kids College classes
  P
•		 lease	check	your	course	schedule	in	the	Catalog	and	with	instructor	for	any	additional	skip	
  dates	not	noted	on	your	confirmation	letter.
  P
•		 lease	be	advised	that	the	Office	will	send	an	updated	notice	if	there	is	any	change	in	your	
  room,	assignment,	etc.
•	All	free	courses	require	payment	of	$15	registration	fee.	
•	Late registration Fee	of	$25	charged	if	register	within	3	full	business	days	of	course	start	date.

many ways to register:
FAX-iN 718.281.5538
Fax	registrations	are	accepted	24	hours	a	day.	Use	Registration	form	with	your	signed	MasterCard,	
VISA,	Discover	or	Amex	authorization.

MAiL-iN to the address indicated on registration form
Send	registration	form	to	address	indicated	—	with	your	check	or	money	order	(including	$15	
registration	fee	for	free	courses)	payable	to	Queensborough	Community	College,	or	your	credit	
card	number.

PHoNE-iN 718.631.6343
It	takes	just	3	or	4	minutes	using	MasterCard,	VISA,	Discover	or	Amex.	Please	be	patient	if	placed	
on	hold	due	to	volume	of	calls.	Have	all	information	ready	for	EACH	student.

oNLiNE rEGiSTrATioN cep.qcc.cuny.edu
Link	to	our	programs	to	register	and	pay	through	credit	card	directly.	Simple	step-by-step	process	
to	register	at	any	time,	any	place,	365	–	24/7.	
For	discounts,	cash	&	check,	money	order,	and	voucher	programs,	please	contact	office	directly	
at	718.631.6343	to	register

WALK-iN NEW LoCATioN: in Library Building, room 118P
DAYS:	Monday	through	Friday,	9am-4:45pm	(skip	6/27;	7/4,	11,	18,	25;	8/1,	7)
EVENINGS	&	SATURDAYS:	Not	available	during	Summer.	

WEB-DoWNLoAD www.qcc.cuny.edu/ContEd
Visit	our	website	and	download	the	registration	form	in	the	Bulletin.	Then	just	fax	or	mail-in	per	
above!

PAYMENTS No	partial	payments	accepted.	Cash	payments	must	be	in	person	for	exact	
amount.

PErSoNAL CHECKS Only	accepted	ten	days	prior	to	class	start	date.	
PurCHASE orDEr & VouCHErS For	Employee	Training.	Organizations	
enrolling	staff	for	training	and	development	purposes	will	be	invoiced	if	a	purchase	order	number	
is	quoted.	Not	available	online


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                             qCC Continuing Education registration Form
LAST	NAME																																																							FIRST	NAME                                                                         MALE
                                                                                                                                                  	FEMALE
ADDRESS																																																											CITY,	STATE,	ZIP


E-MAIL	ADDRESS


EVENING	PHONE																																							DAYTIME	PHONE																																			BIRTH	DATE



COURSE	CODE																																SECTION

□□□□–□□□–□□□□
TITLE	              	                    	                    	                    	              	                   	              TUITION
...............................................................................................   $...........................

COURSE	CODE																																SECTION

□□□□–□□□–□□□□
TITLE	              	                    	                    	                    	              	                   	              TUITION
...............................................................................................   $...........................
COURSE	CODE																																SECTION

□□□□–□□□–□□□□
TITLE	               	                    	                   	                    	               	                  	              TUITION
...............................................................................................    $...........................

        Please make checks payable to:                                                            Registration	Fee $...........15.00*........	
      Queensborough	Community	College
                                                                                                  	Each	add’l	child	 $............10.00*.......
                  and mail to:		
  Office	of	Continuing	Education,	Room	L-118P	                                                                      TOTAL $...........................
 Queensborough	Community	College,	Bayside,	NY	                                                      *Payable	one	time	per	semester.	Late registration
                   11364-1497                                                                     Fee $25	within	3	full	business	days	of	class	start	date.


                                                           f o r m o f Pay m e n t
      C
    		 ash	—	in	person	only,	and	in	exact	amount.	Cash	is	processed	by	the	Bursar’s	Office.	To	expedite	
       registration,	please	use	another	method.
    	Check					Bank	Check	or	Money	Order					(Check	#_________)

                                          Card	No.____________________________________________________	
                                          	            Please include extra numbers found on back of card.
                         	                  Signature________________________________		Exp.	Date_________



                  One form per student. Incomplete information will delay registration.
                                    This form may be duplicated.

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4INDEX
50+Club	....................................................................51-52                        K
                                                                                                         Kids	College	............................................................................. 24-30
A
Accent	Reduction	................................................................. 16                    Kindergarten	&	First	Grade	Classes	(Kids	College)	...........24
Accounting	&	Computer	Assistant	Certificate	......... 2                                                  Korean	(Beginner)	.................................................................. 16
Aging	&	the	Law	..................................................................... 17                 L
Aqua	Aerobics	........................................................................ 23                Languages	................................................................................. 16
Arts	.............................................................................................. 19   LAST	Prep	................................................................................. 4
AutoCAD	Specialist	Certificate	....................................... 10
                                                                                                         M
B                                                                                                        Martial	Arts	.............................................................................. 22
Baby	Boomers	Financial	Planning	................................... 17                                   Massage	Therapy	Licensing	Exam	Prep	........................ 7
                    .
Ballet	(Adult)	........................................................................... 22            MCAT	Test	Prep	..................................................................... 4,	15
Bank	Teller	Training	............................................................... 5                   Medical	Billing	Service	Home	Based	Business	.......... 5                        .
Belly	Dancing	........................................................................... 22             Medical	Office	Biller	Certificate	..................................... 9-10
Blueprint	Reading	.................................................................. 10                  Meditation	............................................................................... 21
                                           .
Bookkeeping	Certificate	.................................................... 2                           Microsoft	Programs	.............................................................. 14
Bridge	......................................................................................... 17                              .
                                                                                                         Motorcycle	Rider	.................................................................. 18
C                                                                                                        Music	&	Performance	(Kids	College)	............................. 28
Camps	(Kids	College)	........................................................... 30                      N
Cardiac	Life	Support	Training	&	Certification	........... 6                                              Notary	Public	Seminar	........................................................ 3,	5
Cardio	Kickboxing	................................................................. 22
Child	Abuse	ID	&	Reporting	............................................. 4,	6
                                          .                                                              o
                                                                                                         OASIS	Summer	Camp	......................................................... 30
Chinese	(Mandarin	Beginner)	........................................... 16
                                                                                                         Online	Programs	&	Certifications	................................... 12-13
Chinese	Academy	(Kids	College)	.................................... 24
Clay	(Ceramic)	Sculpture	.................................................... 19                         P
Community	Swim.................................................................. 23                      Paralegal	Studies	Certificate	............................................. 3
Computer	Skills	...........................................................................14            Personal	Trainer	Certification	Exam	Review	.............. 5              .
                                                                                                         Pharmacy	Technician	Test	Prep	&	PDX	Training	....... 8
D
Dance.......................................................................................... 22                                           .
                                                                                                         Phlebotomy	Technology	................................................... 7
DAT	Test	Prep	......................................................................... 4,	15
                     .                                                                                   Photography	............................................................................ 20
Decorative	Plaster	......................................................................19              q
Digital	Photography	............................................................. 20                     Queensborough	Performing	Arts	Center	(QPAC)	......32
Drafting	..................................................................................... 10
Drawing	&	Painting	................................................................ 19                   rEGiSTrATioN ForM	......................................36
Drivers	Education	(Kids	College)	..................................... 28                                S
E                                                                                                        SAT	Test	Prep	.......................................................................... 26
EKG	Technology	..................................................................... 7                   Scooter	School....................................................................... 18
Elementary	Grades,	Kids	College	.................................... 24                                  School	Violence	Prevention	&	Intervention	.............. 4
EMT/Defibrillation	Certification	..................................... 6                                 Sketching	in	the	Galleries	.................................................. 19
ESL................................................................................................ 16   Spanish	(Beginner	Intensive)	............................................. 16
                                                                                                         Sports	(Kids	College)	............................................................ 29
F
Film	.............................................................................................. 20   Starburst™	(Kids	College)	.................................................... 25
Financing	Long	Term	Care	................................................. 17                            Swimming	......................................................................................23,	29
Fine	Arts	.................................................................................... 19                         .
                                                                                                         Swing	(Dance)	......................................................................... 22
Foreign	Accent	Reduction	................................................. 16                            T
Foreign	Languages	................................................................. 16                          .
                                                                                                         Tai	Chi	........................................................................................ 21
G                                                                                                        Teacher	Professional	Education	Certificates	............. 4
Game	Builders	Academy™	(Kids	College)	.................... 25,	27           .                                                                                 .
                                                                                                         Tennis	(Adults	&	Kids	College)	.............................................21,	29
GED	............................................................................................. 15     Theater	Arts	Workshop	...................................................... 30
GMAT	Test	Prep	..................................................................... 4,	15               V
Graduate	Admissions’	Test	Prep...................................... 4,	15                               Video	Game	Design	&	Development	(Kids	College)........25,	27
GRE	Test	Prep	.......................................................................... 4,	15           Volleyball	.................................................................................. 21
H                                                                                                        W
Health	&	Allied	Services	Certifications	........................ 6-8                                     Watercolors	............................................................................. 19
                                                      .
High	School	Grades	(Kids	College)	................................ 26                                    Wealth	Management	........................................................... 17
Hustle	(Dance)	........................................................................ 22               Windows	Applications	........................................................ 14
i                                                                                                        Workforce	Development	Courses	................................. 3
Infection	Control	Techniques	.......................................... 6
                                                                                                         Y
Interior	Design	&	Decorating	Certificate	.................... 11  .                                      Yoga	(Hatha)	............................................................................ 21
Italian	(Beginner)	.................................................................... 16
NEW CourSES                                                    office of Continuing Education
                                                                                                          NON-PROFIT ORG
For KiDS: K-4th		graders:		                                    queensborough Community College              U.S. POSTAGE
Game Builders Academy: Starburst TM                            The	City	University	of	New	York                   PAID
                                                               222-05	56th	Ave.,	Bayside,	NY	11364-1497    FLUSHING, N.Y.
Video Game Development		                                                                                   PERMIT NO. 520
5th	–	12th	graders:	Video Game Design – Level II
For ADuLTS AND 50+ CLuB MEMBErS:	
                                                   Learning for a Lifetime...
ScooterSchool 1, The New Photography
Experience, Photo and Fine Art Matting,            summer 2008 oPen registration begins now
Decorative Plaster

oPEN HouSES AND PrE-TESTiNG
4	Paralegal Studies Certificate			
			 –	Monday,	May	12,	5-8pm
4	Medical office Biller Certificate	
	   	–	Tuesday,	May	13,	7-9pm
4	interior Design & Decorating Certificate
	   	–	Monday,	May	19,	7:30-9pm
4	Foreign Accent reduction Pre-Testing
	   	–	Monday,	June	2,	6:30-9:30pm
4	L.A.S.T. Prep Course Pre-diagnostic test		
		   –	Wednesday,	May	21,	5-9:30pm
4	Game Builders Academy – Video Game	
	 Design and Development Demonstration
		–	Saturday,	May	10th,	1-3pm
4	qCC Literacy Program in ESL	                     We’ve Moved! Continuing Education is now
	 –	Wednesday,	June	18,	3pm	                       located in the Library Building, rm. 118P
	 39-07	Prince	Street,	2nd	Floor,	Flushing

				
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