Learn how to be a fundraiser. Explore new territory prospect development, donor cultivation and stewardship, special events, online auctions, e-newsletters, partnering with board members and key stakeholders, obtaining sponsorships, creating and using social media (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest), annual and holiday appeals and planned giving alternatives. After completing eight hours of classroom instruction, reinforcement online training modules will be provided to improve learning and support the course content.
This class will present basic principles of bar organization and equipment with a view to training students to serve drinks and cocktails properly. This class will also cover basic preparation of frozen drinks and non-alcoholic beverages using state-of-the art equipment. All class sessions will be conducted in a simulated bar environment. Certificates of completion will be distributed.
This workshop will take participants through the various stages of documentary filmmaking from development to post-production and delivery. The focus will be on generating a good idea, including key steps to research and idea development; an introduction to narrative and storytelling; the computer basics to create and edit film. The course will involve numerous practical exercises.
This 40-hour class is geared to the individual seeking to become a real estate salesperson. The class covers all the areas necessary to prepare participants for taking the Massachusetts Real Estate Salesperson’s Examination. Students who successfully complete the mandatory 40-hour class will receive a certificate and be certified to sit for the examination. Attendance at every class is required.
This class is specially designed to give you the tools you need to prepare for the educational challenges of a child who has a learning disability. In Massachusetts, the special education system is based on the federal special education law and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), in combination with the state’s special education law MGL c. 71B. These laws protect students with disabilities who are eligible for special education and guarantee them an Individualized Education Program (IEP) designed to meet their unique needs. Content will examine special education laws and regulations, IEP and 504 plans, and the evaluation process and timeline.
H-Building, Room H109
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Wayne K. Johnson
Director of Community Education