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ACCOUNTING CERTIFICATECourses include: Accounting I ; Accounting II; Introduction to Business; Intermediate Accounting I; Intermediate Accounting II; Financial Information Systems; Corporate Finance; Cost Accounting; and Management Theory and Practices. Courses may vary each semester. Call for more information.SuffolkACCOUNTING CERTIFICATEFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS CONTINUING EDUCATION SERIES (AIA-CES) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ARCHITECTSCovers a variety of topics critical to the contemporary practice of the profession. All offerings are registered and approved by AIA for professional continuing education credits and are valid for meeting the requirements for AIA membership and state licensure. Course offerings include: Audubon House: From Here to Sustainability; Light Gauge Metal Framing: The Sustainable Alternative; Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterpiece: The S.C. Johnson Wax Administration Building; AUTOBAHN: Das Road; Maginot Line: Triumph of Military Engineering; Boeing 747-100: The Plane That Changed the World; Going Up! Going Down! A History of the Otis Elevator Company; Penn Station: Fall from Grace; Woolworth Building: Cathedral in the Clouds; Expanded Blueprint Reading; Solar PV and Thermal Essentials; Blueprint Reading; Fallingwater: The Most Beautiful House in the World; Bridging the Hudson; Design Outlaws: Inventing the Future; Levittown USA: Birthplace of Suburbia; Rockefeller Center; Boeing 747; Unisphere: Biggest World on Earth; Gateway Arch Structure; Lady Liberty’s centennial Restoration; White House Redux: the Gut Renovation of the Executive Mansion; Tennessee Valley Authority; Truth Against the World: The Life and Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright; Pennsylvania Turnpike: Road of Tomorrow; Sydney Opera House: On the Edge of the Possible; Rockefeller Center: City within a City; The Woolworth Building: At Home in the Clouds; Pennsylvania Station; Universal Design: Accessible and Usable Buildings; Town and Country: A Garden City for America; Gateway Arch: Monument to a Dream and Presidents on the Rocks: The Making of Mount Rushmore. Courses and course locations vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure.NassauAMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS CONTINUING EDUCATION SERIES (AIA-CES) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ARCHITECTSNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
ARCHITECTUREOffers Architecture Courses. Course offerings include: Utilizing AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor 2019 and Revit MEP Fundamentals. Courses vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure.NassauARCHITECTURENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
AR VR: UNITY CERTIFICATEDeveloped a certificate program in response to the rapidly growing demand for Virtual Reality (VR)/ Augmented Reality (AR)/Mixed Reality (MR) education. Incorporating the core of game development technology, this noncredit program provides students with VR/AR/MR production skills relevant to current and emerging professions in NYC’s creative industries. Certification will be built from an industry-vetted badge through the endorsement of select U.S. industry studios. This certificate program is composed of three 32-hour modules and will be held at our New York City campus. For more information and course schedule, please email exted@nyit.edu or call 516.686.7490.NassauAR VR: UNITY CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
CAREER DEVELOPMENTOffers courses in career development. Course offering includes: Finding a Pathway to a Successful Career and Life; Effective Job Search Planning; Networking; Resume Preparation; Job Search Letters That Get Results; Effective Interview Skills; and Interview Practice Session. Career courses and locations vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure.NassauCAREER DEVELOPMENTNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
CENTER FOR NONPROFIT LEADERSHIPPromotes excellence in leadership by providing multifaceted resources that are responsive to the needs of the nonprofit sector. The Center offers programs and services for executive directors, boards of directors and new and emerging leaders and their organizations. The Center is committed to supporting and building leadership in underserved communities. The mission of the Center for Nonprofit Leadership is based on a belief that organizational effectiveness is achieved through excellence in leadership. Based in the School of Social Work at Adelphi University, the Center for Nonprofit Leadership offers services that focus on four areas: Leadership development, targeting new and emerging leaders; Leadership support, providing resources for current executive directors; Leadership transition, working with departing leaders and their organizations and Nonprofit governance, focusing on the crucial work of the board of directors and its leadership role that includes strategic planning and merger exploration. The Center for Nonprofit Leadership addresses both leader development (individual skills) and leadership development (organizational skills). The delivery models vary according to need and include formal training, peer-to-peer networking, mentoring and onsite programs. Call for more detailed information.NassauCENTER FOR NONPROFIT LEADERSHIPADELPHI UNIVERSITY
CERTIFICATE AUTOCAD 2019Offers a certificate in AutoCAD as well as non-credit courses. This certificate is designed to build job mastery for the practicing construction professional architect, designer, engineer, programmer or technician. The courses presume no previous background in the use of AutoCAD however students who enroll in these classes are expected to have basic computer skills and know the basic principles of drafting. To earn the certificate in AutoCAD 2019 participants must complete all four courses. Courses may be taken individually for skill enhancement. NOTE: These courses are registered and approved by the AIA for professional continuing education, but are not approved for license renewal by the New York state licensing board for non-HSW credit. The courses include: AutoCAD Level I, AutoCAD Level II Part A, AutoCAD Level II Part B and AutoCAD III: 3-D Modeling and Rendering. Courses and course locations may vary each semester. Call for more information.NassauCERTIFICATE AUTOCAD 2019NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
CERTIFICATE IN ALCOHOLISM AND ADDICTIONS COUNSELINGOffers a 29 credit certificate program that is designed to prepare health, human services, human resources practitioners and psychology majors to provide counseling and referral services to persons affected by alcoholism, drug abuse and dependency. St. Joseph’s College has been granted Education/Training Provider status (# AI 0016 AL) by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) for the purposes of the Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) examination process. Sample course offerings include Alcoholism, Addictions and Dependencies, Alcoholism and Addictions in the Family and Society, Principles of Alcoholism and Addictions Counseling, Alcoholism and Addictions Evaluations and Treatment Planning, Practicum in Alcoholism and Addictions Counseling I, II & III, Writing for Effective Communication and Library Research Strategies. Call for more detailed information or to speak with an admissions counselor.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN ALCOHOLISM AND ADDICTIONS COUNSELINGST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN COUNSELINGOffers a 12 credit certificate program that is designed to enable health and human services practitioners to apply essential counseling theory and techniques to meet client needs in a variety of institutional settings. Sample course offerings include: Principles of Counseling, Counseling Techniques; Mental Health and Crisis Intervention; Emotional/Behavioral Disturbance in Children and Youth; Child Abuse and Neglect; Alcoholism; Addictions and Dependencies; Family Counseling; Psychology of Personality and Abnormal Psychology. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN COUNSELINGST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN CRIMINOLOGY/CRIMINAL JUSTICEOffers a 24 credit certificate program that is geared toward students interested in the field of criminal justice. Students will receive both theoretical and practical exposure to the system and will develop widely applicable skills in research design and data analysis. Sample course offerings include; Introductory Sociology; Criminal Justice Administration; Research Methods in Criminal Justice; Political and Civil Rights; Social Problems; Corrections; Criminology; Sociological Theory and Applied Statistics. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counsel for specific requirements applicable to the certificate program.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN CRIMINOLOGY/CRIMINAL JUSTICEST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENTOffers a focused course of study aimed at improving management in the health care area, this 15 credit certificate will provide practitioners with general management principles and will promote financial effectiveness, increased productivity, strategic planning and quality improvement. Sample course offerings include: Health Care Management; Health Care Delivery System; Health Care Finance and Economics Internships in Health Administration and Computer Applications in Health Administration. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENTST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN RESOURCESOffers a 15 credit certificate program which has as its purpose the successful management of human resources in support of organizational effectiveness. It is designed to provide specialized study of such personnel management activities as work analysis, staffing, training and development, employee appraisal, compensation, enhancement of work environment, and personnel law and labor relations. Sample course offerings include: Process of Management; Organizational Behavior; Human Resources Management; Human Resources Law and Advanced Human Resources Management. This program is also available as an online course. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN HUMAN RESOURCESST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONSOffers a certificate which is designed to provide an introduction to the computer and its applications. Specifically, students will learn common uses of the microprocessor such as word processing, will develop essential programming skills, and will apply this knowledge to frequently encountered tasks within their professional areas. Sample course offerings include: Computer Applications I; Computer Applications II; Introduction to Computer Programming; Computer Programming; Business Systems and Design; Multimedia Applications and Advertising and Graphic Design. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONSST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN INTERIOR DECORATIONOffers a certificate program for adults who desire to pursue either a new or an alternative career as an interior decorator. Upon successful completion of eight, 10-week courses, five required and three electives, students will be awarded the Certificate in Interior Decoration. Students must apply for the Certificate in Interior Decoration upon completion of the program. Students may also take individual courses for personal enrichment. Courses include: Design Where It All Begins; Basic Drafting for Interior Decorators; Interior Decorating and Applications I; Business Practices for Interior Decorators; Kitchens and Baths; Accessories; Fabrics and Materials; Revit and Interior Design; Space Planning: Residential; Color Workshop for Interior Decorators; Resource Sampler Workshop; Lighting; Window Fashions; Portfolio Workshop - Color Rendering; The History of Furniture; Practical Decorating; Feng Shui and Healthy Living for Designers; Basic Feng Shui; AutoCad for Interior Decorators and Designing Custom Closets & Home Office Spaces. An Advanced Certificate in Interior Decoration requires that a total of 12 courses from the program to be successfully completed. Courses and course locations may vary each semester. Call for more information.NassauCERTIFICATE IN INTERIOR DECORATIONNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
CERTIFICATE IN LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISIONOffers a 12 credit certificate program that is designed to improve supervisory and managerial effectiveness. Through selected courses and a case-study orientation, the participants will learn to apply prominent theories and practices in employee management and development to commonly encountered problems and situations. Sample course offerings include: Process of Management; Organizational Behavior; Human Resources Management; Labor Relations; Human Resource Law; Labor Economics; and Industrial Psychology. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific management requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISIONST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN LEADERSHIP & PROJECT MANAGEMENTOffers a program consisting of the Concepts of Project Management (COPM) 30 hours and Negotiation and People Skills (NAPS) 9 hours will be provided to executives and senior managers, departmental supervisors, IT project coordinators, healthcare administrators, facility managers, office managers, and communication-technology personnel skills to enhance and improve their team leadership and project management knowledge. Participants that complete both classes will be issued a certificate of completion equivalent to 35 hours of continuing education credits required by Project Management Institute (ww.PMI.org), so that participants can take an examination to obtain a PMI, CAPM, or PMP designation. Courses can also be taken individually. Course offerings include; Concepts of Project Management; Negotiation and People Skills and Certificate in Leadership and Project Management. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information. NassauCERTIFICATE IN LEADERSHIP & PROJECT MANAGEMENTNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
CERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENTOffers a 27 credit certificate program that has been designed to educate students for the management of organizations in the business, non-profit, or public sector the latter includes the operations of the Federal, state and local government. Sample course offerings include; Process of Management; Fundamentals of Financial Accounting; Organizational Behavior; Human Resources Management; Writing for Effective Communication; Computer Applications I and Introduction to Computer Programming. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor regarding requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENTST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN MARKETING, ADVERTISING, AND PUBLIC RELATIONSOffers a 12 credit certificate program that has been developed to provide essential knowledge and skills in the interrelated areas of marketing, advertising, and public relations. There are two components of the certificate program. The first is composed of three required courses and the second is an elective course which enables students to direct their learning in support of their professional objectives. Sample course offerings include: Marketing; Marketing, Promotion and Advertising; Public Relations; Consumer Motivation and Behavior; Marketing Research and Advertising and Graphic Design. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN MARKETING, ADVERTISING, AND PUBLIC RELATIONSST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIESOffers an 18 credit certificate program which is intended to provide either matriculated or non-matriculated students with a background of sufficient depth to enable them to have the skills and knowledge necessary to meet leadership needs in church affiliated settings. The program is designed to prepare students for roles of leadership and service in such areas as religious education, youth ministry, social outreach, marriage preparation and family ministry. Sample course offerings include: Belief and Unbelief in the Modern World; Quest for God; Adolescent Psychology; Introduction to Social Work; Sociology of the Family; Medieval Philosophy and Group Dynamics and Communication. Call for more detailed information or to speak to a counselor.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIESST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIESOffers a certificate which is intended to provide either matriculated or non-matriculated students with a background of sufficient depth to enable them to have the skills and knowledge necessary to meet leadership needs in church affiliated settings. The program is designed to prepare students for roles of leadership and service in such areas as religious education, youth ministry, social outreach, marriage preparation and family ministry. Eighteen credits are required to complete this certificate. Sample course offerings include: Belief and Unbelief in the Modern World; Quest for God; Adolescent Psychology; Introduction to Social Work; Sociology of the Family; Medieval Philosophy and Group Dynamics and Communication. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIESST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN TRAINING AND STAFF DEVELOPMENTOffers a 12 credit certificate program that is designed to prepare practitioners to plan, implement, and evaluate education and training programs in a variety of institutional settings. Sample course offerings include: Introduction to Human Communication; Principles of Training and Staff Development; Training and Development Techniques and Practicum in Training and Development. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate program.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN TRAINING AND STAFF DEVELOPMENTST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE REVIT ARCHITECTURE 2019Offers a certificate that is designed to build job mastery for the practicing construction professional architect, designer, engineer, programmer, or technician. The courses presume no previous background in the use of Revit, but those who enroll are expected to have basic computer skills and knowledge of the basic principles of drafting. To earn the certificate in Revit Architecture 2019, each participant must complete all three courses, which may be taken in different semesters. Courses also may be taken individually for skill enhancement. Course offerings include: Introduction to Revit; Intermediate Revit and Advanced Autodesk Revit Architecture. Courses vary each semester. Call for more details.NassauCERTIFICATE REVIT ARCHITECTURE 2019NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
COMMUNITY MUSIC PROGRAMOffers programs which are designed for all ages, from children to adults, and offers access to conservatory-level music instruction from one of the nation’s premier collegiate training grounds for musicians. With stellar faculty and resources, the Community Music Program is equipped to broaden your musical skills, showcase your musical growth, and above all, instill a lifelong love for music. Programs include: Early Elementary (pre-K to 2nd grade): First Steps in Music; Late Elementary (3rd to 7th grade): Elementary Orff Ensemble and Youth String Ensemble; Middle and High School (7th to 12th grade): Young Artist Chamber Program, Young Artist Jazz Program and Percussion Ensemble; Workshops (families and adults): Community Chamber Music and College Audition Workshop; Summer Camps (3rd to 12th grade): Youth Strings Camp, Youth Choir Camp, Chamber Strings Camp and Jazz Camp and Private Lessons (all ages): Private Lesson Request. Call for more detailed information regarding each program.SuffolkCOMMUNITY MUSIC PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in for those students who do not wish to work toward a degree. Students with experience in the computer field may be excused from specific required courses, but will have to take replacement courses instead. Courses include: Foundations of Computer Programming I & II, UNIX Operating System, Data Base, Data Communications, Management Information Systems, Systems Analysis and Design, Management Theories and Practices; Computers, Society, and Technology; and Accounting. Courses may vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCOMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CERTIFICATEFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Computer Programming for those students who do not wish to work toward a degree. Students with experience in the computer field may be excused from required courses but will have to take replacement courses instead. Courses include: Foundations of Programming I & II, UNIX Operating System, Data Communications; Computers, Society, and Technology; Introduction to Database Systems and Systems Analysis and Design. Courses may vary each semester. Call for detailed information.SuffolkCOMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATEFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
CONFERENCE SERVICESProvides guests with a professional, comfortable, pleasant and efficient conference experience. Adelphi offers classrooms, lecture halls, meeting rooms, performance spaces, recreational facilities, dining areas, and residence halls to meet the needs of conference and meeting planners. Call for more information regarding facilities, price, catering and questions.NassauCONFERENCE SERVICESADELPHI UNIVERSITY
CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR LICENSED SOCIAL WORKERSOffers continuing education courses for those in the social work field. Sample course offering includes: Fundamentals of Policy Change at a critical time for advocacy in relation to government policy and practice. Courses vary each semester. Call the Social Work Dept at (516)299-3924 for more detailed information.NassauCONTINUING EDUCATION FOR LICENSED SOCIAL WORKERSLIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
CORPORATE TRAININGOffers courses that can upgrade the skills and knowledge base of your workforce. You can obtain greater employee satisfaction and improved work performance through existing or custom-designed programs in AutoCAD, business, engineering or interior design, among other areas that meet your company’s needs. Flexible course schedules (days, evenings, or weekends) allow you to find a time that is best for you. Courses may be conducted at your facility or at our conveniently located campuses on Long Island and Manhattan. To find out how we can help with your corporate training needs, call (516)686-7491 or email jknowles@nyit.edu.NassauCORPORATE TRAININGNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
DANCEOffers dancing courses. Course offering includes: Ballroom Dancing for Social Occasions. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauDANCENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
DRIVER EDUCATIONOffers a safe driving skills and defensive driving awareness program for students who wish to earn the MV 285 “Blue Card” which gives eligibility for 10%-15% discount on insurance premiums with most companies. This course qualifies those who successfully complete the course to apply for a senior driver's license at age 17. Courses and course locations may vary each semester. Call for more information.NassauDRIVER EDUCATIONNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
DRIVERS EDUCATIONA complete, professionally taught Driver Education Course that will provide all students with a comprehensive introduction to the driving experience. At the end of all sessions, students will have received 24 hours of classroom instruction and 24 hours of in-the-car driving related to "rules of the road," traffic safety concerns, defensive driving, proper handling of vehicle, parking, driving in traffic and problems of substance abuse as related to driving. Students who complete the program with a passing grade of 65 in each category will receive the Certificate of Completion (MV-285), the opportunity of a senior driver's license (Class 5) at age 17, and an insurance reduction according to the policies of your insurance carrier. Students must obtain from DMV the 50 hour completion form for graduated licensing requirements. Call for more detailed information.NassauDRIVERS EDUCATIONLIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
ENGINEERING: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ENGINEERSOffers courses that meet the continuing education requirements in New York State for professional engineers. NYIT is approved by the New York State Education Department to sponsor mandatory continuing education for professional engineers seeking license renewal. Course offerings include: Fallingwater: The Most Beautiful House in the World; Audubon House; Bridging the Hudson; Design Outlaws: Inventing the Future; Levittown USA: Birthplace of Suburbia; Rockefeller Center; Boeing 747; Unisphere: Biggest World on Earth; Gateway Arch Structure; Lady Liberty’s centennial Restoration; White House Redux: the Gut Renovation of the Executive Mansion; Tennessee Valley Authority; Truth Against the World: The Life and Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright; Pennsylvania Turnpike: Road of Tomorrow; Sydney Opera House: On the Edge of the Possible; Rockefeller Center: City within a City; The Woolworth Building: At Home in the Clouds; Pennsylvania Station; Presidents on the Rocks: The Making of Mount Rushmore; Audubon House: From Here to Sustainability; Light Gauge Metal Framing: The Sustainable Alternative; Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterpiece: The S.C. Johnson Wax Administration Building; AUTOBAHN: Das Road; Maginot Line: Triumph of Military Engineering; Boeing 747-100: The Plane That Changed the World; Going Up! Going Down! A History of the Otis Elevator Company; Penn Station: Fall from Grace; Woolworth Building: Cathedral in the Clouds; Town and Country: A Garden City for America; Gateway Arch: Monument to a Dream; Expanded Blueprint Reading; Solar PV and Thermal Essentials; Blueprint Reading and Universal Design: Accessible and Usable Buildings. Courses vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure.NassauENGINEERING: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ENGINEERSNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
ENGINEERING SUMMER CAMPOffers a one-week residential/nonresidential program which will introduce students to electrical engineering and also to computer programming. No background in programming, physics, or advanced mathematics is necessary. Students will investigate concepts in electricity and magnetism by building electromagnets, electromagnetic motors, and generating electricity. They will connect these concepts to larger applications in electrical engineering. The participants will begin to develop their skills in electronics by building some basic circuits and will advance to more complex electronics projects using breadboards and microprocessors. They will each receive a credit-card sized computer called a Raspberry Pi and will learn how to develop code with it. The course will culminate with a project interfacing the Raspberry Pi with electronics components. The students will be able to take home these projects. Throughout this program students will gain insight into how basic engineering concepts relate to the world around them. They will also learn about some of the current developments in the fields of electrical engineering and computer programming. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkENGINEERING SUMMER CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
EXPLORATIONS IN FORENSICS CAMPOffers students who have completed 9th grade and not yet taken a formal Forensics course a Forensics Summer Camp. This program includes a variety of scientific disciplines including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Earth Science, and other applied sciences. It will explore the various disciplines that fall under the umbrella of Forensic Science. It will complement the students' science curriculum in high school and challenge them to think, investigate, and solve problems. This workshop can serve to help students to decide if they are interested in taking forensics in high school. The focus of the five days concentrates upon the development of skills and techniques that will be utilized to process a mock crime scene(s) as the culmination of a week full of hard work, learning, and fun. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEXPLORATIONS IN FORENSICS CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
FITNESSImprove your Flexibility, Strength & Spirit with a Dance or Fitness Class. Sample course offerings include: Ballroom, Latin & Swing Dancing; Chi Gong; Pound; Salsa Dancing; Gentle Yoga And Power Yoga. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkFITNESSWILSON TECHNOLOGICAL CENTER
FLORALOffers classes in DIY Fresh Flower Arrangements. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkFLORALWILSON TECHNOLOGICAL CENTER
FLUSHING CAMPUSProvides the foundation for careers in accounting, business management, court reporting, office technology, and medical office. Full and part time schedules are available with both day and evening classes offered.FLUSHING CAMPUSLONG ISLAND BUSINESS INSTITUTE
GENERAL CONTRACTING & CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in General Contracting and Construction Standards. The program provides the understanding how a general contracting business operates and/or how to hire a general contractor or construction manager for a residential or commercial businesses project. This class provides a comprehensive approach to understanding the dynamics of the construction business structure including how to formulate a reputable company, review and prepare for the business plan; participate in a bidding process, understand the RFI, RFQ and RFP procedures; craft a proposal, purchase order, boilerplate contracts and custom contracts and use AIA contracts. You will also have an understanding of contract administration and risk management, providing you with an ability to reduce your legal costs and allow legal counselors to provide better contractual language to defend your company from lawsuit or defaults from clients. The class will also provide knowledge and tools to develop your project scheduling and planning protocols and procedures to monitor your construction labor, materials and profit margins. This course is registered and approved for professional continuing education for architects and engineers for license renewal. All class sessions must be attended for CE credit. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauGENERAL CONTRACTING & CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
GENO FORD BASKETBALL CAMPOffers summer day camp basketball instruction for boys in grades 4-9. A second Elite Camp is offered to boys entering grades 8-12. The Geno Ford basketball camp offers the chance to learn the game the same way the stony brook men's basketball team learns each season. The stony brook program has a proven record of team success and individual improvement. Coach Ford has created a camp designed to develop players using the methods he has learned and developed in over 15 years of experience coaching at the highest level. Camp staff your instruction and development will come from a staff comprised of division i coaches and players as well as current and former professional basketball players. Members of the stony brook basketball team will serve as camp counselors. Call for more detailed information regarding dates and times.SuffolkGENO FORD BASKETBALL CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
HAUPPAUGE EDUCATION AND CONFERENCE CENTERContinues the Adelphi University tradition of offering convenient, high quality college education to the community and strengthens Adelphi’s commitment to the future of Long Island. Hauppauge, a vital part of the area’s economy, is home to the second largest industrial park in the United States. The facility includes a 3,800 square foot conference center equipped with state-of-the-art conference rooms and a computer seminar room. The center can serve as a space for local area corporations, non-profit organizations, and school districts to conduct seminars, conferences, meetings, and professional symposia. Call for more detailed information regarding course offerings and conference facilities.SuffolkHAUPPAUGE EDUCATION AND CONFERENCE CENTERADELPHI UNIVERSITY
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR CERTIFICATEOffers certificate program that will the immerse the student in a real construction environment with a consistent emphasis on recognizing safe conditions and safe acts. Included in the 84-hour course curriculum is a 12-hour dedicated safety course as well as daily safety “tool box” meetings. The course teaches the student how to operate a machines and about practical applications, including: trenching, transport rigging, loading and securing cargo, demolition, tree removal, asphalt/concrete removal, blueprint reading, and the use and applications of a transit (theodolite). Each certificate is divided into four 21-hour modules, level 1 through 4, for each piece of equipment, backhoe, excavator, payloader, bulldozer and Skid-Steer, Focusing on a number of aspects of heavy equipment operation. Each 21-hour module may be taken individually. The safety course subject matter is comprehensive and tailored to the module subject matter as the course progresses. The aspects of driving heavy equipment machines on the public roadway will also be addressed. Student evaluations are performed through a Skills Check Sheet System. Students are given ample time to hone their skills on all tasks presented. Call for more detailed information.NassauHEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT - CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program that offers individuals the opportunity to pursue a career in the field of human resources management. Graduates of the program become eligible for positions in a variety of business entities, including corporations, not-for-profit institutions, and government agencies in both domestic and international markets. Sample course offerings include: Foundations of Human Resources I; Foundations of Human Resources II; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Human Resources Metrics and Financial Impacts; Strategic HR Management; Global Workforce Management; Compensation and Benefits Management; Employment Law; Organizational Behavior; and Managing Career Transitions. Call for more detailed information.NassauHUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT - CERTIFICATELIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
INSTITUTE FOR LEARNING IN RETIREMENTProvides an opportunity to enjoy active learning while meeting wonderful new people of similar age and with varied interests. There is no long-term commitment. Study groups meet for two hours once a week during the day, for either four or eight weeks. A lecture series – sixteen lectures per year – presented by experts with various backgrounds is available as well as courses, workshops, trips and study groups. Assorted extras include: attendance at College cultural events, an ILR membership newsletter, special events, tours, workshops, socials and an annual breakfast and luncheon. A membership fee is required to belong. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkINSTITUTE FOR LEARNING IN RETIREMENTFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
INTERIOR DESIGN AND DECORATIONOffers a program for those students who are interested in learning about interior design and decoration for their own personal enrichment or for an entry level job in interior design-related fields. This program can enable you to save time, money and costly errors on your own projects and provide a solid foundation of knowledge for those seeking employment in this field. To earn the certificate in Interior Design and Decoration, students must successfully complete eight courses (six required courses and two electives). Sample course offerings include: Introduction to Interior Design and Decoration, Concepts and Elements; History of Furnishings; Materials and Trades; Color Theory and Media; Computer Aided Design; Lighting; Perspective Drawing; Introduction To Revit Architecture BIM (Building Information Modeling); Freehand Drawing; Business Practices and Procedures; Sources and Showrooms; Window Fashions; Accessories and Drafting, Residential Design. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauINTERIOR DESIGN AND DECORATIONLIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
INTRODUCTION TO BOOK-KEEPING FUNDAMENTALS - CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate in: Introduction to Book-Keeping Fundamentals. The course will discuss: Top Level View of a Multi-Department Large Organization; Top Level View of Year-End Financial Accounts of a Large Organization; Types of Business Organizations; Three Golden Rules of Book-Keeping for Three Golden Pillars; Principals Governing Financial Statements; Double Entry Book-Keeping; Debits and Credits; Charts of Accounts; Trial Balance; General Ledger; Cash Basis v/s Accrual Basis v/s Hybrid and Accounting Cycles. Call for more detailed information.NassauINTRODUCTION TO BOOK-KEEPING FUNDAMENTALS - CERTIFICATELIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
I-STEM BIOTECHNOLOGY SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAMOffers students a summer residential/nonresidential laboratory program whose goal in this program is to introduce motivated high school students to the techniques used in modern biotechnology research. The students will begin by learning concepts and techniques as a class but will quickly move to working in small groups or with a partner. We will use lectures by university faculty, library research and model systems such as bacteria, yeast, Euglena, C. elegans and Dictyostelium, to help the students choose and explore topic areas that interest them. Students working in groups will use the information and techniques to develop and test a hypothesis using one of the model systems. The students will present their work to their classmates at the end of the session. A background in biology is required and chemistry is suggested. The students will have the opportunity to live in dormitories on the Stony Brook campus. Residential staff is available at all times. Students will be escorted to and from the lab and supervised during breakfast and dinner and all other activities on campus (including the laboratory, dormitory, library, computer facilities, gymnasium, on all field trips, etc.) with the exception of lunch. Students participate in recreational activities (at the dorms, athletic fields), as well as visit other campus offices such as Admissions and Student Activity Center to learn more about college life. During their stay, students are afforded the opportunity to learn about areas of scientific research from the Stony Brook faculty. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkI-STEM BIOTECHNOLOGY SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
LONG ISLAND REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATIONPromotes improved educational effectiveness by encouraging the cooperation of its consortium of eighteen colleges and universities with the K-12 educational and Long Island business communities.SuffolkLONG ISLAND REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATIONLONG ISLAND REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATION
MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP – CERTIFICATEOffers the Leadership Training Program which is a fast-track certification program in which students are subjected to a rigorous, research-driven, MBA-style education over the course of 20-weeks. Acquiring a powerful leadership education can aid in career advancements and help to excel professionals in their current positions. This program is slightly longer than one traditional college semester and prepares today’s middle-line managers, educators, entrepreneurs, and other administrative personnel for real-world organizational issues – equipping students with the knowledge to identify problems and construct optimal solutions as well as apply, delegate, and deliver visionary leadership and perform critical decision-making. The Certificate in Management and Leadership is a superb choice for professionals who seek to strengthen their general leadership skills and obtain new, scientific knowledge in order to become total quality managers and change leaders who are strategic and organized – ready to cultivate relationships, improve productivity, performance and the well-being of themselves, their staff, consumers, and overall work climate. Sample course offerings include: Leader Communication Redeveloped; The Brain and Behavior: The Science Behind Training and Learning; Industrial Psychology and Leadership: The Role of the Change-Leader; Conducting Research and Measuring Program Efficacy and Management and Leadership Challenges and Solutions. Call for more detailed information.NassauMANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP – CERTIFICATELIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Management. Courses include: Introduction to Business; Accounting I; Accounting II; Marketing Principles; Business Communications; Management Theory and Practices; Corporate Finance and Personnel/Human Resources Management. Courses may vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMANAGEMENT CERTIFICATEFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
MANHATTAN CAMPUSOffers 90 degree programs, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees, in more than 50 fields of study, including architecture and design; arts and sciences; education; engineering and computing sciences; health professions; management; and medicine. A non-profit, independent, private, and nonsectarian institution of higher education, NYIT has more than 9,000 students worldwide. Programs are offered by NYIT's: Schools of Architecture and Design; School of Education; School of Management; School of Engineering and Computing Sciences; School of Health Professions, College of Arts and Sciences; and College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYCOM). Traditional and accelerated formats in day, evening and weekend sessions are available in addition to certificate programs, noncredit and personal enrichment programs and off campus independent study. NYIT maintains campuses on Long Island in Old Westbury and Manhattan.MANHATTAN CAMPUSNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
MARKETING CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Marketing. Courses include: Introduction to Business; Advertising Principles; Marketing Principles; Industrial Marketing; Salesmanship; Business Communications and Management Theory. Courses may vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMARKETING CERTIFICATEFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
MATHEMATICS SUMMER CAMPOffers a 2-week residential/non-residential program designed for students who will be entering their junior or senior year in high school and have an interest in enriching their mathematics education. During the two-week program students will explore several branches of mathematics, including: Knot Theory; Number Theory; The mathematics of puzzles and games; Cryptography; how public-key cryptography works and how to create your own codes; Cryptography - An introduction to the mathematics of finance and Statistics for the Biological Sciences. In addition students will learn to use MAPLE, an invaluable tool for anyone who is interested in studying Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, or Economics at the college level or beyond. The students will live in dormitories on the Stony Brook campus, residential staff is available at all times. Students will be escorted to and from the lab and supervised during breakfast and dinner and all other activities on campus (including the laboratory, dormitory, library, computer facilities, gymnasium, on all field trips, etc.) with the exception of lunch. Students participate in recreational activities (at the dorms, athletic fields), as well as visit other campus offices such as Admissions and Student Activity Center to learn more about college life. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMATHEMATICS SUMMER CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
MEN'S SOCCER CAMPS/CLINICSOffers three soccer camps. First the Ryan Anatol Soccer Academy Skills Development Camp which is designed to provide the right building blocks necessary to be a successful soccer player. This camp is open to campers ages 5-15. Next offered is the Advanced Goalkeeper and Goal Scoring School. This program is focused on providing an environment where advanced goalkeepers and field players can develop and grow in their position and ultimately make a bigger impact in competitive games. This camp is offered to campers ages 14-18. Also offered is the Elite College Prospect ID Camp. The Elite College Prospect Camp, provides a highly-competitive atmosphere for the serious soccer player with a desire of playing collegiate soccer. It also provides a great opportunity to be evaluated by collegiate coaches and will assist with the future development of Elite Club, HS & JUCO Players. This camp is for players ages 14-18. Call for more detailed information regarding each camp.SuffolkMEN'S SOCCER CAMPS/CLINICSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
MUSICOffers courses in music. Course offerings include: Acoustic Guitar Workshop; Guitar I Beginner; Music Theory; Guitar II – Intermediate; Guitar IV (Fret Board Harmony); Lead Guitar Workshop and Singing for Non-Singers. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMUSICWILSON TECHNOLOGICAL CENTER
NATURES' KIDS NURSERY SCHOOLOffers a nursery school program for 3 and 4 year olds that is based upon using nature and the environment as the foundation of its curriculum.NassauNATURES' KIDS NURSERY SCHOOLCENTER FOR SCIENCE TEACHING AND LEARNING (CSTL)
NYS TEACHER CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTSOffers courses for those who need them to become a certified teacher in New York State. Teachers must complete three workshops, in addition to completing an approved teacher education program. The workshops are: the School Violence Prevention and Intervention Workshop (Project SAVE), the Child Abuse Identification Workshop, and the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA). These workshops should be taken within your last two semesters of your degree program. You can enroll in these workshops through the LIU Post School of Continuing Education. Call for more detailed information.NassauNYS TEACHER CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTSLIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
OLD WESTBURY CAMPUSOffers 90 degree programs, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees, in more than 50 fields of study, including architecture and design; arts and sciences; education; engineering and computing sciences; health professions; management; and medicine. A non-profit, independent, private, and nonsectarian institution of higher education, NYIT has more than 9,000 students worldwide. Programs are offered by NYIT's: Schools of Architecture and Design; School of Education; School of Management; School of Engineering and Computing Sciences; School of Health Professions, College of Arts and Sciences; and College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYCOM). Traditional and accelerated formats in day, evening and weekend sessions are available in addition to certificate programs, noncredit and personal enrichment programs and off campus independent study. NYIT maintains campuses on Long Island in Old Westbury and Manhattan.NassauOLD WESTBURY CAMPUSNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program that will develop and prepare individuals for careers in horticulture. Openings exist for technically-oriented specialists as sales representatives, managers, supervisors, and production managers in turf, nursery, parks, florists, landscaping, and closely related fields. Course offerings include: Botany; Soils: The Foundation of Life; Herbaceous Plants I; Horticulture II Growth and Development of Cultivated Plants; Horticulture I; Woody Plants I & II and Indoor Plants. Courses may vary each semester. Call for more information.SuffolkORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE CERTIFICATEFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
OUTREACH HOUSE/EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATION PROGRAMProvides an inpatient psychiatry program for elementary-age students enabling them to continue their education while undergoing psychiatric treatment. Students are referred through parent or school referrals and admits youngsters, after thorough evaluation by social worker, psychologists and physicians. The length of stay ranges from 1-12 weeks, during which time a full academic curriculum is provided by Eastern Suffolk BOCES. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkOUTREACH HOUSE/EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
PERSONAL ENRICHMENTContinuing education allows you to learn and grow in many different ways. By enrolling in personal enrichment courses, you can enjoy courses that allow you to explore and pursue your passions. Sample course offerings include: Continuing Education in Arts; Collegiate Piano Course I; Piano Ensemble I; Music Learning Thru Technology I; Collegiate Saxophone I; Musical Theater I; Introduction to Art; Financial Strategies for Successful Retirement; Using Mix Media to create Handmade Cards; Tai Chi; The Art of Seeing-The Capture of Great Photography with Jackie Stevens Images; Unique Digital Photography Printing From Photo To Art; Jewelry Making; Mosaic Art; Stained Glass; Mosaic Belt Buckle or Pendant Workshop; Still Life Painting; Fantasy Portrait Painting and Fearless Watercolors. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauPERSONAL ENRICHMENTLIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
PHYSICS SUMMER CAMPOffers a two week residential /non-residential camps for students interested in physics. The first program is The Introductory Physics Program which is an active, hands-on format, where students will be introduced to classical branches of physics, including experimental measurement, Newtonian Mechanics, electricity, waves and optics. This camp is for Students entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade in the fall 2019. Students with a strong interest and background in math and science are encouraged to apply. This camp is not for students who have taken physics.The second camp is an Advanced Physics Program which is an active, hands-on format, where students will be introduced to advanced branches of physics that don't usually make it into the high school curriculum, including electronics, optics and particle physics. For this camp students must be juniors or seniors in the fall of 2019. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPHYSICS SUMMER CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGYWestern Suffolk BOCES is in the process of seeking accreditation for its program in Radiologic Technology. This program will be approved by the Joint Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) and the New York State Department of Health. The educational program is 24 months in duration, and requires full time attendance between the hours of 8a- 4p, Monday through Friday. The program may require occasional weekend assignments and operates throughout the summer months. The program of study consists of two components: a formal didactic classroom component and a clinical practicum in hospitals and imaging centers. Clinical rotations will take place at Northwell's facilities, Brookhaven Memorial Hospital, the Northport VA Medical Center and imaging centers in Nassau and Suffolk counties - including Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology. All clinical sites will be fully approved by the JRCERT. The following are the minimum program entrance requirements: * Graduation from an accredited high school or equivalent (GED/TASC). * Minimum of an Associate Degree conferred within 5 years of admission to Radiologic Technology Program. Completion of college prerequisite courses must be documented with a grade of C or better in College Algebra, Anatomy & Physiology I & II, English Composition, Psychology, and Basic Physics. * Satisfactory score on pre-entrance exam (50% or higher). Please note that meeting the above minimum requirements does not guarantee acceptance into the program, as there are limited seats (24) per year. Contact the School of Radiologic Technology's Program Director at (631) 261-3600 ext. 254 or email at lanetrel@wsboces.org for further information. There are additional costs: books, supplies, uniform, physical exam, CPR, liability insurance, travel conference, licensing and registration fees, application fee and pre-entrance test fee. Minimum age for admission is 18 years old. Those successfully completing this certificate program will be eligible to take the ARRT national certification examination and when passing that examination will be eligible to apply for New York State licensing as a licensed Radiologic Technologist. Applications are accepted beginning Fall 2018 for the class beginning July, 2019. Call for more information.SuffolkRADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGYWILSON TECHNOLOGICAL CENTER
REAL ESTATE LICENSEOffers both the Real Estate Salesperson’s 75-Hour Qualifying Course and the Real Estate Broker’s 45-Hour Qualifying Course. In order to qualify for licensure as a real estate salesperson, an applicant must have satisfactorily completed a 75-hour salesperson qualifying education course in real estate approved by the Secretary of State, and have passed a qualifying examination administered by the Department of State. An applicant who completed the 45-hour salesperson qualifying course prior to July 1, 2008 may complete the 30-hour remedial course in order to qualify for licensure. Also offered is the Real Estate Broker’s 45-Hour Qualifying Course: sample courses include The Broker's Office-Operation, Management and Supervision; Real Estate Agency Disclosure; Real Estate Finance II; Real Estate Investments; General Business Law; Construction & Development; Conveyance of Real Property & Title Closing & Costs Review; Real Estate Property Management; Taxes and Assessments and Local Concerns. Call for more detailed information.   NassauREAL ESTATE LICENSELIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
RED AND WHITE ELITE LACROSSE CAMPSOffers a summer lacrosse camp for any and all ages. Call for more detailed information regarding times, dates and fees.SuffolkRED AND WHITE ELITE LACROSSE CAMPSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND GRADUATE STUDIESOffers Bachelor of Science degrees and credit-bearing certificates to adults with highly diversified professional and personal backgrounds. Adult learners are not traditional students. Many PGS students have college degrees and have already established themselves in the workforce. With programs on its two campuses and numerous extension sites in the five boroughs of New York City as well as in Nassau and Suffolk, St. Joseph’s College has the degree you need, right where you need it. Professional and Graduate Studies Degree and programs are offered in; Accounting; Computer Information Systems; Criminal Justice; General Studies; Health Administration; Hospitality and Tourism Management; Human Services; Marketing; Nursing - R.N. required and Organizational Management (also online). Certificate Programs can be earned in Alcohol and Addictions Counseling; Counseling; Criminology/Criminal Justice; Gerontology; Health Care Management; Health Instruction; Home Care Administration; Hospice; Human Resources (also available online); Information Technology Applications; Leadership and Supervision (also available online); Management; Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations; Training and Staff Development. Online degree programs can be earned in Organizational Management. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND GRADUATE STUDIESST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
SCIENCE EXPLORATION CAMPOffers summer academic programs for middle school students which will complement the students' science curriculum at school and challenge them to think, research and experiment. Each program will be laboratory- based, but will involve reading, computer searching, writing and group work. Students participating in these programs should be interested in science, inquisitive, and willing to work hard to learn something new! Students entering 6th grade will be given opportunities to use their imagination and creativity while actively engaged in science and engineering practices. They will be guided through a variety of hands-on science investigations that include designing, constructing, testing, and modifying ideas. We will use the scientific method as we explore the various areas of science such as biology, chemistry, and physics. Students entering 7th grade will focus on developing laboratory skills. The students will be guided through several scientific explorations in physics, chemistry, microbiology and ecology. Students entering 8th grade will explore biology, chemistry, biotechnology, and environmental chemistry in the context of case studies of Cholera, Bioremediation, Genetics, and daily interactive demonstrations. The overarching theme of the camp will highlight homeostasis and the environment. These experiences will introduce and reinforce skills and concepts that will better prepare participants for high school science coursework. Students entering 9th grade will concentrate on biology and developing research skills. The students will work in groups to explore botany, microbiology, genetics and molecular biology. These students will develop their problem-solving skills by working through instructions independently. They will develop and test hypotheses and report their conclusions to the group. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSCIENCE EXPLORATION CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
SENIOR AUDITING PROGRAMOffers individuals over the age of 60 the opportunity to audit one college class during the Fall and Spring semesters. Auditors receive no college credit from these courses. Registration is based on space availability. Additionally, auditors must make arrangements for their own textbooks and/or materials. There are fees to audit classes. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSENIOR AUDITING PROGRAMFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
SIMONS SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPProvides academically talented, motivated high school students who are between their junior & senior years the opportunity to engage in hands-on research in science, math or engineering at the Stony Brook University. Simons Fellows work with distinguished faculty mentors, learn laboratory techniques and tools, become part of active research teams and experience life at a research university. The Simons Summer Research program now attracts applicants from all across the country to the Stony Brook campus: Simons Fellows are matched with Stony Brook faculty mentors, join a research group or team, and assume responsibility for a project. The Simons Fellows conclude their apprenticeship by producing a written research abstract and a research poster. In addition to learning valuable techniques and experiencing life at a major research university, Simons Fellows attend weekly faculty research talks and participate in special workshops, tours and events. At the closing poster symposium, students are presented with a $1,000 stipend award. Participants may elect to live on campus with other student researchers or to commute. The Simons Summer Research Program is supported by the Simons Foundation and individual faculty grants. Call for more detailed information and application guidelines.SuffolkSIMONS SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
SOCCER CAMPOffers a program that is designed to create an atmosphere that encourages and develops players entering grades 3-9 to reach their full potential. The program will encompass a morning of intensive skills and drills training with an afternoon of recreational sports and games. Throughout the week campers will cover all facets of the game including technical, tactical, physical and psychological concepts. The training methods will aim to foster the players love for the game using a progressive curriculum building from individual skills through small-sided challenges and ending in match conditions. Director and coaches are experienced and qualified individuals who work with various Long Island Soccer clubs on a year-round basis in addition to their school soccer and ODP commitments. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkSOCCER CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
SPORTS JOURNALISM AND BROADCASTING CERTIFICATE PROGRAM FOR TEENSOffers a non-credited certificate program that is open to anyone from 12 to 18 years of age. The in-depth series of courses within the certificate program shall provide students with the necessary fundamental core foundations and skill sets required in sports journalism, as well as, how to become a well-rounded sportscaster. Students are taught in state-of-the-art classrooms and studios on the Hofstra University campus. The Sports Journalism certificate program requires successful completion of six (6) required courses and two (2) elective course. Sample Course offerings include: Introduction to Sportscasting for Teens (For Student Grades 7-12); Introduction to Sports Journalism for Young Women (Ages: 12 to 18), Introduction to Sports Research and Sportscasting Prep; Sports Writing, Blogging, and Social Media; How to Prepare and Conduct a Sports Related Interview; Sports Radio Hosting; Sports Producing and Editing; Intermediate Sportscasting for Teens (For Students Grades 7-12); Vocal Coaching for Teens; Sports Television Hosting and Anchoring; Television Sports Reporting; Pre & Post Game Shows for Radio & TV; Sports Round Table Hosting; Sports Play-by-Play for TV & Radio and Sports Journalism 101 for Teens (Grades 6-12), The skills sets taught in this certificate program will help prepare students for college level studies, work experiences, and future career goals. Upon successful completion of the programs students will receive a Hofstra University Continuing Education official student transcript and a program certificate. Certificate can be earned in less than 12-months. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauSPORTS JOURNALISM & BROADCASTING INSTITUTE FOR TEENSHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
STONY BROOK GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPOffers the Nike Girls Basketball Camp at Stony Brook University and Caroline McCombs Elite Camp. The Nike Girls Basketball Camp at Stony Brook University is open to any and all girls. Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week. In addition, campers will be evaluated and then split up into smaller groups according to age and ability. The Complete Skills Camp helps players of all abilities develop athletically, refine fundamental basketball skills, and enhance their skill set at the post, wing, or guard position. The Caroline McCombs Elite Camp is a one day event. The camp program includes: Team concepts/attitude; Total player development; Shooting instruction; Defensive Concepts; Basic fundamentals; Rebounding skills; Goal-setting strategies and Fun basketball games. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSTONY BROOK GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
STUDENT ACCESS OFFICEOffers students services through the Student Access Office. The office achieves their mission by: Providing cost-free assistance and services that are tailored to meet the needs of individuals based on their specific, appropriately documented needs, while preserving Adelphi’s academic integrity and high standards of academic expectations and performance; Encouraging independence through the training of students with disabilities to effectively advocate for themselves within the University community; Serving as a liaison and resource for the University faculty, staff and administrators to foster a greater awareness and appreciation of issues of concern to people with different needs. Accessibility Support Services include: Academic Accommodations and Adjustments for Students with Disabilities; Accessible Classrooms and Campus; Accessible Parking; Assistive Technology; Dietary Modification/Food Allergy; Extended Test Time; Reasonable Flexibility to Attendance Policy; Reduced-Distraction Testing Environment; Requesting Services; Residential Life and Housing Accommodation; Scholarships and Financial Aid Resources; Sign Language Interpreters and Veterans and Military Resources. If you have questions about services or campus housing for a student with a disability, please contact the Office for specific information.NassauSTUDENT ACCESS OFFICEADELPHI UNIVERSITY
SUMMER MUSIC CAMPSOffers week-long day camps will focuses on developing ensemble skills (chamber, jazz, and choir) which help young performers build confidence and acquire critical musicianship skills that can make them better soloists. Each day of the camp, participants will receive coachings and take part in daily seminars/demonstrations led by professional musicians and music teachers. The camp will culminate with each group performing on a final concert that will be open to the public. Camp offerings include: Youth Strings Camp (Entering Grades 4-7); Youth Choir Camp (Entering Grades 5-7); Chamber Strings Camp (Entering Grades 7-12); Jazz Camp (Entering Grades 7-12); Extensions (One Week, Afternoons); Artventures (Entering Grades 4-7) and Composition (Entering Grades 8-12). Call for detailed information.SuffolkSUMMER MUSIC CAMPSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
THE JOHN CRANFORD ADAMS PLAYHOUSEHouses a Playhouse which is an 1105 seat, proscenium-style theater that serves the University, as well as the surrounding community, as the premier cultural venue on the Hofstra Campus. Not only the site for many of Hofstra’s finest theatrical, musical, dance, and lecture events, the venue is also, as the schedule allows, provided as a rental house for local, national, and international productions, conferences, performing arts companies, lectures, school events, and church groups. The Department of Theater Facilities is a small, dedicated staff of professionals committed to providing our University and rental clients with exceptional advice, assistance, and support to ensure that every event at the Adams Playhouse, from the simplest podium-based lecture to the most lavish of musicals, is a resounding success. Call for more detailed information.NassauTHE JOHN CRANFORD ADAMS PLAYHOUSEHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
WISE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMProvides multi-faceted programs designed for young women who show academic promise or interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through collaboration with Eastern Suffolk BOCES. WISE aims to encourage young women to pursue STEM by linking Stony Brook University graduate and faculty mentors with to high school students. Mentors work closely with H.S. WISE students in their field of expertise to provide hands-on experiences. H.S. WISE is a three-year program that focuses on a different aspect of STEM learning and research each year. Program highlights include: 10 two-hour sessions at Stony Brook University; STEM educational enrichment program; WISE University Mentoring by faculty and graduate students; Research opportunities; Field Trips - Brookhaven National Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Stony Brook Southampton - SoMAS; Career Speakers; Capstone Event and Invitation to WISE and Stony Brook University events - Engineering Day, The Empowerment Project, ect. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkWISE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY

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