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    Postsecondary educational institutions supported by public funds that offer the highest possible level of formal learning in various fields and disciplines for people who meet entry level requirements and are interested in an advanced education. Included are public colleges and universities that offer a four year, undergraduate course of study, which award a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree to successful graduates; and those that offer postgraduate study at masters or doctorate levels in addition to an undergraduate program.

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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
    ADMINISTRATIVE BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY-ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate in Administrative Business Technology - Administrative Support. This curriculum provides students with a broad conceptual framework in office automation and information systems combined with a strong learning experience in communication skills, management, keyboarding, and computer applications. This program includes an up-to-date curriculum that incorporates word processing, spreadsheets, database applications, desktop publishing, web page formatting, and e-commerce. Call for more detailed information regarding the certificate program.NassauADMINISTRATIVE BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY-ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    ADMINISTRATIVE BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY-LEGAL CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Administrative Business Technology-Legal. The legal option offers students the opportunity to acquire computer skills, legal procedures skills and to learn about the Federal and New York State Court Systems. The legal curriculum concentrates on the areas of civil litigation, wills and probates, and real estate. Graduates are qualified to work in law firms, which are engaged in general or specialized practice, or in legal departments of large corporations, civil service, insurance companies, law publishers, or the courts. During their final semester, all students participate in a legal internship program. Students intern in law firms, the Nassau County District Attorney's office, the Probation Department, or the Courts. Call for more detailed information regarding the certificate program.NassauADMINISTRATIVE BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY-LEGAL CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    ADMINISTRATIVE BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY-MEDICAL CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Administrative Business Technology-Medical. The medical curriculum offers students the opportunity to acquire skills necessary to seek employment in doctors' offices, hospitals, research institutions, insurance and pharmaceutical companies, and other health facilities. Students take courses in medical terminology, medical transcription, medical coding, medical billing, and medical office procedures. During the final semester, all students participate in a medical internship program. Call for more detailed information regarding the certificate program.NassauADMINISTRATIVE BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY-MEDICAL CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    ADVANCED GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN FINANCEOffers an 18-credit Advanced Graduate Certificate (AGC) in Finance which prepares students for careers in financial management, including financial analysis, portfolio management, investment banking and corporate financial associate positions. The curriculum places an emphasis on developing financial analytical skills. It offers in-depth knowledge of the principles and techniques of finance and accounting needed to understand how corporate financial objectives are developed, measured and reported, as well as the central issues in government regulation, taxation and financial reporting. The AGC in Finance is a part-time program designed for working professionals. All courses are scheduled in the evening, and several of them are offered completely online. Call for course offerings and detailed information.SuffolkADVANCED GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN FINANCESTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    ADVENTURE CAMPOffers an exciting program, incorporating both on campus, and off campus activities. The program is modeled on the popular Adventure Education programs that are being featured more frequently in school curriculums across the country. Adventure Camp offers a one week session for Boys & Girls entering Grades 5-9. Adventure Camp aims to create a fun a positive small group experience that fosters leadership skills and encourages the campers to challenge themselves. The goal is to have the campers finish the program with a sense of accomplishment, self-confidence, and a stronger sense of themselves. Experienced Physical Education teachers direct and oversee the program with additional expertise offered from the on-site staff at the various trip locations. A limited enrollment will ensure plenty of active play and 'adventure' in this unique and rewarding program. The start of each session will feature initial ice-breaker activities and staff presentations as to the goals and expectations of the program. Campers will get to know each other and the staff, participate in cooperative games and discuss the themes for the program (Communication/Respect for Differences/Problem Solving). By promoting positive working relationships, the staff will encourage leadership roles and apply strategy while working on 'project adventure' style initiatives. Adventure Camp will be based at Farmingdale State College, with on-campus activities utilizing collegiate athletics facilities. Daily drop-off and pick-up will take place at Farmingdale State College, with off campus trips utilizing the FSCamps transportation provider. The program is Monday to Friday 9am-4pm. Summer 2019 Trip Locations Include: Rock Climbing @ The Gravity Vault; High Ropes Course & Zip Lines@ Long Island Adventure Park; Surfing with Skudin Surf @ Nickerson Beach; Ninja Warrior Training & Course(s) at Obstacle Athletics and Kayaking & SUP with JKKayak at Cold Spring Harbor State Park. Adventure Camp has a limited enrollment and has sold out at other locations so please register early to avoid disappointment. Campers must bring their own packed lunch in an insulated lunch bag to take on daily adventures. Registered Adventure Campers will be required to complete and submit FSCamps Camper Forms AND additional waivers for specific trip locations. Registered Adventure Campers will receive all paperwork and detailed itinerary prior to the start of the program. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkADVENTURE CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    ASTRONOMY NIGHTSOffers a series of free lectures by research faculty on various aspects of Astronomy, most commonly on their own research or some topic of public interest. The lectures are held in Lecture Room 001 of the Earth and Space Sciences Building on Fridays at 7:30pm. Usually four lectures a semester are scheduled. Astronomy Open Night provides attendance certification for New York State teachers wishing to apply for in-service credit. Among these programs you can accumulate hours of lecture credit each year to apply toward your school district's program. Policies on in-service credit are set by school boards and you should check with your administration concerning the details of the local program. Try to be early for these lectures, increasing popularity of this series has seen the lecture hall full on occasion. Some disability-related accommodations are available. Call the Department at the number above before 4pm to inform them of your requirements. For further information and lectures dates and times contact the Department of Physics and Astronomy at (631)632-8100.SuffolkASTRONOMY NIGHTSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    BAKING AND PASTRY ARTS CERTIFICATEDevelops entry-level skills for positions and careers involving the baking and pastry arts. Students acquire the knowledge and competencies required for working in bakeries and other establishments where baking and pastry production occur (e.g., restaurants). Full-time students can complete the program in two semesters and a summer session, thereby accelerating entry into employment situations. The program is appropriate for people who already hold post-secondary degrees, for those who are currently employed in the industry and who would benefit from some specialized training, and for those who are interested in acquiring baking and pastry-making skills but who are not interested in pursuing an academic degree in the field. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBAKING AND PASTRY ARTS CERTIFICATESUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    BASEBALL CAMPProvides quality instruction for athletes of all levels in a safe and innovative learning environment. The program takes place on campus at Farmingdale State College, utilizing the collegiate athletic facilities. All areas of the game are thoroughly addressed through a variety of drills, practice sessions, and situational games under the guidance of our developmental coaching team. Players entering grades 3-7 will consistently work on position specific training as well as a strong fundamental focus throughout the World Series games. Understanding and utilizing healthy efficient mechanics during situational play is a key component of the Future Stars Baseball Camp curriculum. 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.SuffolkBASEBALL CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    BASEBALL CAMPProvides a summer day baseball camp that is geared to the instruction of student ages 7-17. Younger campers will be provided with a positive introduction to the world of athletics in a fun atmosphere. Our young campers will enjoy the game of baseball by learning the basic skills needed to develop a strong foundation for mature athletic success. During the week, as our students’ skills develop, so will their self-esteem and confidence. Instruction for our older campers will be geared toward coaching “What it takes” to become a successful player. The progression of skills and individualized instruction will be geared toward making all campers reach their baseball potential. Additionally, it is hoped that the time spent at the camp will be a memorable experience and one that will allow all campers to become not only better baseball players, but better young people. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBASEBALL CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    BASIC SKILLSOffers basic skills classes. Course offerings include: Foundations for College Success; A Grammar Refresher; Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking; Study Skills; Time Management; Improving Your Writing Skills and Introduction to Math for Everyday life. Courses vary each semester and are located at various locations. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBASIC SKILLSSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
    BASKETBALL CAMPTeaches and challenges players entering grades 3-10 to develop all aspects of their game. The program will encompass a morning of intensive skills and drills training with an afternoon of recreational sports and games. Campers participate in a dynamic series of drill sequences designed to give players an opportunity to become well rounded and team oriented players. Through technical instruction and guided game situational play from our proven coaches, training methods seamlessly translate from the practice court to game competition. Campers are grouped by both age and level, with curriculum focus varied accordingly. 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.SuffolkBASKETBALL CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    BILINGUAL EDUCATION EXTENSION ADVANCED GRADUATE CERTIFICATEOffers a 16-credit advanced graduate certificate which leads to the NYSED Bilingual Education Extension Annotation. It is designed for those who hold an appropriate NYSED certificate and are fluent, bilingual (English/Spanish) speakers. The program provides the knowledge and skills necessary to teach effectively in English and Spanish in New York State schools. Course offerings include: Foundations of Teaching English Language Arts to Bilingual Learners; Methods of Teaching Second Language and Content to Bilingual Students; Hispanic Dialectology & Sociolinguistics; Bilingualism and Bilingual Education in the Schools. Call for detailed information.SuffolkBILINGUAL EDUCATION EXTENSION ADVANCED GRADUATE CERTIFICATESTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    BUILDING BETTER ATHLETES CAMPDesigned to train athletes from the ground up. Our progressions are designed to create sound training habits that will transfer over onto the field, court, track, or pool. Our program focuses on the 6 components to building better athletes. The Six Components to the Building Better Athletes include: Athlete Profile; Movement Preparation; Movement Training; Strength; Energy System Development; and Recovery and Regeneration. The highly qualified staff led by Stony Brook Assistant Athletic Director for Athletics Performance George Greene prides themselves on creating a positive encouraging environment where athletes can grow both physically and mentally. The Program: On day one each athlete will be assessed using our movement screen to determine strengths and weaknesses as well as address any limiting factors for performance. Additionally, we will test the vertical jump, broad jump, 10-yard sprint, pro-agility, and a combination of upper and lower body strength tests depending on their age. Once we gather this information, we will put each athlete on a 6-week program specific to their needs. The Session formats include: First Quarter: Warm-up/Soft Tissue Work/Dynamic Flexibility; Second Quarter: Speed/Agility/Plyos; Third Quarter: Strength Training; Fourth Quarter: Energy System Development and Overtime: Education and Regeneration. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBUILDING BETTER ATHLETES CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Business Administration. This program provides students with the necessary skills for immediate entry into today's business world. Most courses in the program can be applied toward the A.S. degree in Business Administration or the A.A.S. degree in Marketing. Sample course offerings include: Accounting I; Principles of Management; Principles of Macroeconomics; Business Law I; Introduction to Statistics; Accounting II; Interpersonal Communications; Public Speaking; Business Computing: Concepts and Applications and Introduction to Marketing. Call for more detailed information.NassauBUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    CAMP FARMINGDALEOffers a full-time camp program where your child, ages 5 - 10 (must have completed Kindergarten) will enjoy a fully air conditioned indoor space, complete with an indoor gym that boasts a big screen with surround sound for those inclement weather days. Outdoor areas include their own separate play area with climbing structures, basketball and volleyball courts. Additionally, the college campus offers a variety of other spaces to kick a ball or visit the gardens. Outdoor water play is available daily. Each week includes a special trip to some great places on Long Island. Previous trips have included charter fishing, Adventureland, K'Zam, Cantiague Water Park, and the Atlantis Aquarium. Our weekly themes bring our days to life as we explore such topics as science, sports and the world around us. Camp runs Monday through Friday and the hours are 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Extended care is available before and after camp from 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. at an additional cost per hour / per day. For further information or guidance in the location and selection of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Services of Nassau at (516)358-9250. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCAMP FARMINGDALEFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    CENTER FOR INDIA STUDIESOffers a center that was established, to promote a better appreciation of Indian thought, culture, and civilization, by developing expertise and resources for studying India, for the benefit of the university and the community. Nurtured by the dedicated efforts of students and faculty, university administration and the Indian American community, the Center has evolved rapidly to become an academic success story, a proud community asset, and a major national resource center on India. The center offers many services, courses, programs and events. Call the Center for more detailed information.SuffolkCENTER FOR INDIA STUDIESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    CENTER FOR ITALIAN STUDIESThe Center has three specific purposes; first to stimulate interdisciplinary research on the part of the local academic community on issues that bring about a better understanding of Italy and Italian Americans; second to become a national and international focus for Italian and Italian American affairs and third to promote a better understanding of Italy and Italian Americans by bringing the latest scholarly findings on Italy and Italian Americans to the general public as well as by organizing cultural activities of general interest. The Center for Italian Studies takes pride in its efforts to focus both on scholarly endeavors as well as cultural enrichment for the community. Contact the Center for the schedule of events and classes.SuffolkCENTER FOR ITALIAN STUDIESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    CENTER FOR KOREAN STUDIESHas long been a vital center of intellectual innovations and scholarly exchanges not only for the Stony Brook community but also for the entire U.S. Uniquely poised to be a hub for research and education in Korean religions and philosophy, the Center has trained and sponsored many Ph.D. students in Korean religions and Buddhism who are now academic leaders in Korea and the U.S., hosted various conferences, talks, seminars, and various cultural events, and worked with the community in various projects to bring Korea to campus. The most prominent area of the Center’s dedication is publications. It has published a dozens of series of manuscripts and research projects in Korean studies, through which the Center not only helped laying the foundation of the Korean Studies as a new discipline in the United States, but also located and supported emerging young scholars in Korean studies. The Center also has translated several major works in Korean studies into English. The current project is the manuscript translation of Wonhyo, a seventh century Buddhist monk. Many projects at the Center have involved collaboration with universities and scholars in Korea, while others have engaged campus and off-campus communities in teaching and learning about broader global and international society through Korea. Events are held annually. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCENTER FOR KOREAN STUDIESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    CERTIFICATION AND LICENSING WORKSHOPSOffers workshops designed to meet the requirements of Chapter 544 New York State Law (1988), which requires many licensed professionals, teachers, and school administrators applying for the renewal of a license, registration, certificate or limited permit to complete coursework regarding child abuse, DASA and school violence. Fingerprinting is also required. To satisfy these requirements, SPD offers the following NYSED-approved workshops: Training in Identifying and Reporting Suspected Cases of Child Abuse and Maltreatment; Identification and Referral of Substance Abuse; Project Save (Prevention and Intervention of School Violence); Dignity for All Students Act (Training in Harassment, Bullying and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention); and Autism Workshop. Call for details and a brochure.SuffolkCERTIFICATION AND LICENSING WORKSHOPSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    CHARLES B.WANG CENTERIs dedicated to being the foremost world-class center of Asian and Asian American arts and culture. The Charles B. Wang Center manifests this commitment by creating, establishing, organizing and documenting programs of the highest caliber that reflect both traditional and contemporary Asian and Asian American cultures and societies. These programs include exhibitions, films, lectures, conferences, performances, and educational discussions. The Charles B. Wang Center also supports scholarship and publications of eminence and intellectual merit. In public programs that respond to the broad issues of Asian and Asian American arts and culture, the Charles B. Wang Center seeks to create a dialogue between the established and the experimental, and between the past and the present. Central to the Charles B. Wang Center's mission is the encouragement of an ever-deeper understanding and enjoyment of Asian and Asian American arts and culture by diverse local, national and international audiences. These audiences are composed of students, faculty, artists, scholars and general public members of the Stony Brook community that the Center serves. The Wang Center provides a 120,000 square foot building, which houses multifunctional facilities of theater, gallery, lecture hall, chapel and dining hall. The Wang Center also houses Jasmine which is a full-service cafe offering an array of authentic, fresh, and seasonal Asian foods, including Korean, Chinese, Indian, Live Cooking at our New Hibachi Grill, Handmade Sushi, Sushi Burritos and Poke Bowls, and a wide assortment of Flavored Teas and Bubble Teas at our Teahouse. All exhibitions are free and open to the public. Please check the rest of the website for the admission prices of performances, lectures, workshops and film programs.SuffolkCHARLES B.WANG CENTERSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    CHEERLEADING CAMPOffers a program that is designed to develop confidence, skills and teamwork for girls, grades 3 to 9. Cheerleading camp is a dynamic fun filled program combining dance, jumps, tosses, cheers and chants for campers. Whether you are a high school cheerleader looking to ignite your school spirit or a total beginner, our curriculum is designed to develop motivation and leadership. Campers will learn the latest stunts, pyramids and cheers in a safe and fun environment. 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.SuffolkCHEERLEADING CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    CHILDREN'S CENTEROffers a non-profit center located on the campus of Farmingdale State College. We provide a secure and stimulating environment for children from 8 weeks through prekindergarten. Priority is given to children of students, faculty and staff. Community children are also welcome to attend our center. At the Children's Center at Farmingdale State we use the Creative Curriculum for infants through Pre-school. This curriculum encompasses all areas of child development while incorporating all areas of early learning, (pre-writing, pre-math, pre-science, early literacy, music & movement). Teachers in the classroom are facilitators and nurturers, providing children with age appropriate activities, encouragement and support. Our Pre-K program provides children with the skills necessary for kindergarten. Our state of the art facility offers heated floors throughout the classrooms, and central air for the warm summer months. Our indoor gross motor room offers an alternative to outside play when the weather is not cooperative. Call for more detailed information regarding the childcare center. For further information or guidance in the location and selection of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Services of Nassau at (516)358-9250.SuffolkCHILDREN'S CENTERFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    CISCO CERTIFIED ENTRY NETWORKING TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATEOffers a program that will prepare students to take the Cisco CCENT certification exam. The Cisco CCENT certification is one of the industry's leading certifications in Information and Communications Technology (ICT). Courses in the program will allow students to troubleshoot and configure Cisco routers and switches. Students will have the opportunity to work with enterprise grade Cisco equipment under the supervision of Cisco certified instructors. Sample course offerings include: IT Essentials; Data Communications and the Internet; Topics in Data Communications and Enterprise Networks and Routing and Switching Essentials. Call for more detailed information.NassauCISCO CERTIFIED ENTRY NETWORKING TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    COACHES & TEACHERS ASSISTANT PROGRAM (CTAP) CAMPCombines the fun of being a participant with important life skills such as leadership, personal development, team-work, and communication under the guidance of our experienced educators and directors. The program is for teens entering Grades 10-12 in the fall. Working under the guidance of our camp & program directors CTAP participants will observe and assist in all aspects of the camp program and typical daily activities whilst receiving performance feedback in a constructive environment to help build self confidence and interpersonal skills. There is a limited enrollment for the program and submitting an application does not guarantee acceptance. Applications – and recommendation letters – will be reviewed, with follow-up interviews arranged accordingly. CTAP participants will be assigned a program for a given camp session from the camp director and administrative staff. Program placement can/will vary throughout the summer to provide a well balanced experienced, and although requests can be made there are no guarantees for program placement. Acceptance to the program does not guarantee participants will be offered a summer staff position when they are eligible to apply. The program will also encompass an online learning component both before and during the summer. CTAP participants will receive a series of online video tutorials on a series of leadership and related topics. This online “training” will have a quiz component which Future Stars directors will review and discuss with the CTAP participants and also use ‘real-life’ camp experiences to further expand on these key skills and topics. CTAP participants will be required to attend a pre-summer meeting to review the program along with a discussion regarding the goals and expectations of the CTAP experience. Throughout the summer CTAP participants will have weekly meetings with program director(s) to provide feedback, host CTAP group activities, and program discussions. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCOACHES & TEACHERS ASSISTANT PROGRAM (CTAP) CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    COACHINGOffers a certificate program that prepares students to become New York State certified athletics coaches. The curriculum consists of three graduate-level New York State Education Department (NYSED) approved coaching courses plus three additional advanced courses that examine a broad range of issues that impact the coach in today's educational climate. These include learning theories, social and psychological issues, principles of organization and administration, kinesthetic theories, injury care, and exercise and nutritional considerations. This program is offered online. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCOACHINGSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    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 – MICROCOMPUTER CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate in Computer Information Systems. Sample Course offerings include: Programming Logic and Problem Solving; Composition I; Introduction to Information Technology; Mathematics; Interpersonal Communications or Public Speaking; Operating System Management; Web Programming I; Data Communications and the Internet and Database Management. Additional Electives are required. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauCOMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS – MICROCOMPUTER CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    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 SCIENCE AND INFORMATICS SUMMER RESEARCH EXPERIENCE PROGRAMOffers a residential/nonresidential summer that program that will provide opportunities for high school students to participate in research and motivate the students to pursue a career in the field. The program is held jointly by the Department of Biomedical Informatics and the Department of Computer Science at Stony Brook University. Each student will be working in a lab mentored by a faculty or a Ph.D. student on a research project. Students will also visit labs and attend seminars introducing cutting edge research in both informatics and computer science. The students will present their work to their classmates during the middle and the end of the program. Programming background is required and some projects will require background on biomedical sciences. Participating students who live on campus during the week will go home on the weekends. They are housed in a dormitory reserved for academic high school programs. 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. 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. Call for detailed information.SuffolkCOMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATICS SUMMER RESEARCH EXPERIENCE PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    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
    CONFERENCES & SPECIAL EVENTSIs ideal for hosting a variety of conferences and events. Its clean lines and open spaces bring the elements of the outdoors inside, through multiple skylights, marble floors, indoor pools and fountains, and a glass wall overlooking a traditional Chinese garden. The building’s elegant atmosphere is enhanced by seasonal art exhibits designed to explore Asian & Asian American cultures. The Center’s versatile 124,000-square-foot layout features five multi-purpose meeting rooms of various sizes, two lecture halls, a fully equipped 239-seat theater, four open-air galleries and a non-denominational chapel. On the second floor is Jasmine, a full-service cafe offering an array of delicious, fresh and seasonal Asian dishes. With state-of-the-art technology, the Charles B. Wang Center has the ability to link scholars and researchers from all over the world in real time. An array of academic, business and cultural groups have enjoyed this facility as an elegant but relaxed setting for exchanging ideas and celebrating successes. Our available spaces include: Chapel: Created For Peaceful And Thoughtful Meditation, The Chapel Features A Calming Bamboo Garden With Lake Taihu Rocks. Frosted Glass Hides A Skylight From Direct View, Diffusing Sunshine And Giving The Space A Soft, Subtle Light. The Chapel Is Large Enough For Most Gatherings, But Small Enough To Feel Intimate. It Accommodates Up To 80 Guests For Theater-Style Seating, Or 64 Guests For Seated Meals; Galleries: The Main, Skylight, Theater And Zodiac Galleries Function As Reception Areas For Seated Dinners Or Casual Lunches Before, During And After Conferences. Each Lobby Can Seat More Than 150 Guests And Can Accommodate A Variety Of Layouts. The Confluence Of Abundant Natural Light And Relaxed Elegant Spaces Throughout The Charles B. Wang Center Makes For A Serene And Unique Environment; Gardens: Guests Are Invited To Explore This Peaceful Space During Breaks For Fresh Air And Time To Reflect; Lecture Halls: Our Lecture Halls Have The Ability To Link Participants From All Over The World In Real Time, And To Seamlessly Feature Any Audio Visual Presentations. Lecture Hall 1 Boasts Well-Appointed Theater Seating With Flip Desks At Each Seat And Seats 71. Lecture Hall 2 Provides Individual Portals For Attendee Laptops At Each Seat And Seats 87; Meeting Rooms: Four Multipurpose Rooms Offer Seating Capacities Ranging From 10-110 People, Depending On The Desired Layout. Many Of These Also Have Adjoining Garden Spaces For Fresh-Air Breaks Or Activities. Space Is Equipped With Wireless Internet Access, A Projector And Full Audio Visual Service. A Professional, Experienced Production Manager Is On Staff To Assist With Technical Setups Where Needed and Theater: With A Professional Stage And Whisper-Perfect Acoustics, The Wang Theater Comfortably Seats 239 Guests. This Facility Has A Spacious Lobby, And A Street-Level Entrance. The Theater Has An Intimate Feel, But The Stage Is Designed To Be Large enough to feature any kind of performance, lecture or film. A full-time, skilled production manager and on-site audio visual department mean your production will get the support it needs to shine. Our Conference and Event Services Team can provide an array for services to conference and event organizers looking to host on our campus. Our Services at a Glance include: Event Consultation; Site Visits & Venue Selection; Venue Reservations; Budget Development; Conference Housing and Local Hotel Accommodations; Rentals (including audio/visual, tables, chairs, linens); Catering (including food and alcohol permits); Banquet Dinners; Registration and Guest Check-In; Faculty Keynote Speakers; Student Musicians; Guest Parking & Shuttle Bus Transportation; Giveaways; Excursions; Directional Signage and Day of Event Support. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCONFERENCES & SPECIAL EVENTSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATEOffers a one-year career oriented program which prepares the student for opportunities in construction contracting and management. The coursework prepares students to enter the field as assistant to the project superintendent or manager, estimator, scheduler or inspector. Those individuals already in the field will gain skills and knowledge to further their careers at the safety management, site superintendent and project management levels. The Certificate in Construction Management will also provide graduates of associate degree programs in Architectural or Civil Engineering Technology an opportunity to enhance their education or to focus on management career goals rather than those associated with design. Other professionals in architecture, management and interior design may enroll in the program to understand the building design and construction process, construction budgets, estimates and schedules; enhance computer skills in estimating, scheduling and management software; acquire knowledge of contract documents, building codes and zoning regulations; understand safety issues; and develop skills in management and dispute resolution. Call for more detailed information.NassauCONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    CYBERSECURITY CERTIFICATEOffers a Cybersecurity Certificate which will introduce students to the world of information security. Confidentiality, integrity and availability will be a key focus as those three topics are a benchmark for evaluation of an information systems security. Students will be introduced to a wide variety of security related topics including physical security, encryption, security planning, disaster response, and will gain hands-on experience through Virtual Labs. Sample course offerings include: Operating Systems Management; Data Communications and the Internet; Information Security; Network Management I; Computer Forensics; IT Essentials; Programming Logic and Problem Solving and Introduction to Information Technology. Call for more detailed information.NassauCYBERSECURITY CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    DANCE CAMPOffers an energetic and motivational fun program that combines learning new choreography while working on flexibility, stretching and technique. Created for campers entering grades 3-9, whether you are new to Dance or taking lessons in a studio through the school year, this program can help you learn the basics, experience new teaching techniques or brush up your skills. 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.SuffolkDANCE CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    DENTAL ASSISTING PROGRAMOffers an 80 hour Dental Assisting Program which prepares students for entry level positions in one of the fastest growing health care positions – Dental Assisting. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the student with all areas of pre-clinical dental assisting and provide training in the professional skills required to function as an assistant in the dental practice. This course which includes lectures and labs covers key areas and topics. Administrative Aspects include introduction to the dental office; the legal aspects of dentistry; policies and guidelines. Clinical Aspects include introduction to oral anatomy; dental operatory; dental equipment, introduction to tooth structure; primary and permanent teeth; the oral cavity and related structures; proper patient positioning; dental hand-pieces; sterilization; and other areas. In addition to entry-level administrative jobs, this course is ideal for students interested in pursuing a future formal Dental Hygienist program. An optional 40 hour clinical externship rotation is available for no additional fee. To be eligible for the clinical rotation, students must successfully complete the 80 hour program, provide a resume, and may be required to complete a drug screening, background check and/or medical exam and proof of immunization. Background check and drug screening are additional cost. Students are also required to purchase scrubs. Students who complete this program may pursue the Dental Assistant National Board (DANB) Certified Dental Assistant (CDA) certification. Students must have a HS diploma or equivalent, a current government-issued photo ID to take the exam, and the application requires disclosure of a Social Security number. This course prepares students to take two components of the DANB exam, Radiation Health and Safety (RHS) and Infection Control (ICE). Students must then gain 3,500 hours of relevant work experience over a two to four year period and complete another accredited course (24 credit hours) through a NY State Education Office of Professions approved program to complete the General Chairside (GC) component of the exam and apply for certification in New York State. See www.op.nysed.gov/prof/dent/dentasst.htm for further information. The cost of the DANB exam is not included. Call for more detailed information.NassauDENTAL ASSISTING PROGRAMNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
    DENTAL HYGIENE CARE CENTERProvides services to the public using currently accepted dental hygiene procedures to provide optimum care for each patient. The Radiology Department utilizes up to date technology in all radiologic procedures including routine radiographs, panoramic and digital radiography. All treatment provided in our facility is supervised by registered dental hygienists and dentists employed by the State University of New York. Services Include: Complete Medical History; Oral Cancer Screening; Blood Pressure Screening; Home Care Instruction; Dental Nutritional Counseling; Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy; Scaling, including quadrant scaling; Periodontal Screening; Root Planing; Selective Polishing; Fluoride Treatment; Periodontal Maintenance Therapy; Pit and Fissure Sealant Application; Radiographs/Digital Radiography and Tooth Whitening. The services of the Dental Hygiene Care Center are made available to the public at a nominal fee. The fees collected for services are used to defray the costs of operation of the Care Center. Patient fees are essential to maintain the services of the Care Center. Facilities for the disabled are available. Call the Dental Hygiene Car Center with any questions: (631) 420-2128SuffolkDENTAL HYGIENE CARE CENTERFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    DESIGN AND BUILD CAMPOffers a summer camp for students who will be entering 7th, 8th or 9th grade in September. Design and build a security system, a night light, traffic light, board games, 3-D printed objects, and more through hands-on engineering, programming, and mathematical tools.At the end of the program, a family show case will be held, and certificates will be distributed. For additional information or questions, please e-mail engineering_camp_ece@stonybrook.edu.SuffolkDESIGN AND BUILD CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    DESKTOP PUBLISHING AND DESIGN-CERTIFICATEOffers a Desktop Publishing and Design Certificate Program. Sample course offerings includes: Principles of 2-Dimensional Design; Advertising Art; Graphics Design I; Photography I; Typography for Graphic Design; Digital Imaging; Computer Illustration; Graphic Design II; Graphic Design III and Portfolio Workshop. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauDESKTOP PUBLISHING AND DESIGN-CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    DIETARY MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Dietary Management. Course offerings include: Food and Beverage Operations; Fundamentals of Food Production; Hospitality Human Resources; Social and Cultural Aspects of Food; Dietary Management; Nutrition Through the Life Cycle; Food Services Cost Analysis; Facilities Planning and Design; Food and Beverage Merchandising; and Dietary Management Field Experience. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauDIETARY MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    DIETARY MANAGERSOffers a 120 hour Dietary Managers Program. This is a two-semester course which trains and educates food service managers. This course has been granted full approval by the Association of Nutrition and Food Service Professionals (ANFP). Graduates are eligible for membership in the ANFP and may take the National Certification Examination for Dietary Managers. Supervisors, cooks and other dietary personnel who have demonstrated leadership potential are eligible to enroll in the program, which is held on alternate Saturdays during the semester. Please contact Andrea Dunkirk at 631-451-4552 to determine your eligibility. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkDIETARY MANAGERSSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
    DIGITAL BADGES Offers Digital badges which are online credentials that demonstrate one's achievement of a particular skill or set of skills, and they are available in a variety of areas in education, business, industry, and academics. University badges may be displayed on online platforms, including LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and any digital badge backpack, such as Mozilla Open Source. University Badges may also be listed on resumes and CVs. Digital badges can also serve as steppingstones for more advanced credentials. Badges earned in SPD's graduate courses may be applied to graduate certificates and master's degrees. To see our current offerings, view our Badge Catalog. For more information, email spdbadges@stonybrook.edu.SuffolkDIGITAL BADGESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    DISABILITY SERVICES CENTER (DSC)Services are designed to meet the unique educational needs of currently enrolled students with documented permanent/ temporary disabilities or disabling medical conditions. The Disability Services Center (DSC) is dedicated to the principle that equal opportunity be afforded each student to realize his/her fullest potential. The goal is to assist students with disabilities to function as independently as possible, and to ensure a comprehensively accessible college experience where individuals with disabilities have the same access to programs, opportunities and activities as all other students at the college. DSC offers its services to all students in face-to-face, hybrid, online courses and distance education programs. Documentation about your disability will need to be provided. Please contact Malka Edelman, Director to discuss your reasonable accommodations.SuffolkDISABILITY SERVICES CENTER (DSC)FARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    DISABILITY STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a certificate program in Disability Studies. Sample course offerings include: Personal and Family Health; Community Health; Biomedical Ethics; Psychology of the Exceptional Child; Abnormal Psychology or Perspectives on People with Disabilities; Applied Behavior Analysis: Field Experience I; Introduction to Developmental Disabilities; English Composition; General Psychology I; Infant and Toddlers; Adolescent Psychology; Child Development or Lifespan Human Development. Additional electives are required. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauDISABILITY STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAMNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    EARLY COLLEGE PROGRAMOffers an opportunity for high school juniors and seniors who attend our partner school districts to earn college credits while having an experience of college life. Students enroll in college classes and interact with college faculty, staff and other students. ECP students can earn college-level credits while continuing to complete high school. All classes are taught by college professors, and ECP students are integrated into classes with college students. Each program participant is assigned an ECP counselor. With guidance from the College’s Program staff, students select classes from the general education program or take a sequence of courses in a particular curriculum. Enrollment in courses through Suffolk’s Early College Program generates an official Suffolk academic transcript for each student. Successfully earned credits are accepted at Suffolk or can be transferred to a multitude of other colleges and universities. Acceptance of credit for college-level course work is under the domain of the receiving colleges and universities with general acceptance within State University of New York (SUNY) institutions. Graduates of the program have gone on to notable two and four-year institutions, including Suffolk County Community College and are strong candidates for their Honor’s Program. Students attending Early College Program [ECP] participating high schools who are interested in discussing how to apply to the program can contact the Early College Program counselor at their partnering College Campus. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEARLY COLLEGE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    EDUCATIONAL COMPUTINGOffers a diversified area of study which is concerned with the design, implementation and assessment of computer-based technologies to enhance education and training. The certificate program prepares current and prospective teachers to use advanced technologies in learning and teaching, and helps business and industrial trainers and educators to develop and teach computer applications, multimedia technologies, and computer-based documentation. This certificate is offered in collaboration with the University's Department of Technology and Society, part of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Courses from this program may also be used to fulfill requirements for the Master of Science degree in Technology Systems Management as well as for SPD's Master of Arts in Liberal Studies. Educational technology courses are offered in hybrid (classroom plus online instruction) formats, both on-campus an in our off-campus cohorts. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEDUCATIONAL COMPUTINGSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIPPrepares K-12 educators for advancement to positions at both the school district (SDL) and school building (SBL) levels. Such positions include superintendent of schools, district superintendent, assistant superintendent, principal, assistant principal, department chairpersons, or athletic director. As of Fall 2007, this is the first program of its kind in New York State that serves as a pathway for certification at both the district and building levels. Courses may be taken on campus or online. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMDesigned to provide the opportunity of a college education to capable students who are historically disadvantaged due to limited financial resources and inadequate academic preparation. EOP students are provided ongoing support services and resources to help insure their collegiate success. Once admitted to the college via EOP, students have access to a myriad of services including but not limited to academic, pre-professional and personal counseling; tutoring; workshops; advocacy; and supplemental financial support. The Educational Opportunity Program is committed to excellence and seeks students who are truly motivated and willing to work hard to achieve their goals. Eligible students for the EOP program are students who are: Students who are residents of New York State; Students who have a high school diploma or its equivalent; Students who do not meet the regular admissions requirements of SUNY Farmingdale, but fall within the range of EOP standards and demonstrate academic potential; Students who are historically disadvantaged and meet the economic guidelines of eligibility as established by the Office of Special Programs in Albany and Students of all ethnic origins. For more details, please contact the EOP office directly. SuffolkEDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANOffers a program in partnership with the Nassau County Emergency Medical Services Academy. This program is the approved New York State Department of Health Emergency Medical Technician - Basic (EMT-B) course which will prepare you to become a certified EMT. The EMT is the basic level Emergency Medical Services (EMS) provider associated with an ambulance service or rescue squad. During classroom time, students will complete the American Heart Association CPR course. In addition to classroom training, students must complete a clinical experience of 10 hours in an emergency room of a local hospital, and also complete three on-line classes provided free of charge by FEMA. To qualify for the NYS Department of Health (NYSDOH) certifying exam, students must attend all classes, complete all assignments, have a clear (no felonies) background check and pass the final written exam and practical skills exam. Students who pass the NYS exam will receive Emergency Medical Technician certification from NYSDOH to perform emergency care for and transportation of injured or ill patients. Medical supplies are additional. Student must be 18 years of age by the written exam date. Please contact the Center for Workforce Development at (516)572-7487 for more information about Emergency Medical Technician Program.NassauEMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
    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
    ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENTThe program is not currently accepting applications for new students. Offers an 18-credit program that is designed for professionals who confront the complex problems and issues related to environmental management. It provides the educational background necessary to make informed decisions on often controversial matters. This certificate is especially important for those who consider access to the most current expertise in environmental management essential to working effectively in their careers or public service activities. It is structured to meet the immediate demands for sustainable solutions and the more long-range goal of promoting the environmental and economic welfare of the region. The program is offered in collaboration with Stony Brook's world renowned School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENTSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    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
    FOOD SERVICE TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Food Service Technology. Course offerings include: Hospitality Management; Facilities Planning and Design; Food and Beverage Operations; Fundamentals of Food Production; Food and Beverage Merchandising; Hospitality Human Resources; Food Services Cost Analysis; Advance Food Preparation Technique;Food and Beverage Operations Research Seminar and Hospitality Internship. These courses are identical to those currently offered in the Restaurant Management Degree Program in Hotel/Restaurant. Credit for them would apply toward the degree should the student elect to continue into the second year and matriculate for the degree. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information. NassauFOOD SERVICE TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    FOOTBALL CAMPProvides position specific instruction to master the basic fundamentals and proper techniques to athletes of all ability levels in an environment that is both fun and safe. Football camp is for Boys entering grades 3-10. A team of outstanding coaches cover all aspects of the game in drill and situational practices. Football Equipment is Required (Program is full contact). 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. 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.SuffolkFOOTBALL CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    FOOTBALL CAMPCamps offered include the Priore One Day at Stony Brook University which is open to any and all players entering 9th grade through 12th grade. It is our goal at the Chuck Priore Football Camp to improve a young man’s performance on the football field through quality individual instruction. Under the guidance of Head Coach Chuck Priore and the Seawolves Football Staff, each young man will learn sound football fundamentals. The camp features intensive fundamental instruction at every position, speed training, and allows these young men to display competitiveness and football ability. Note: All campers must have a filled out Health Form and Assumption of Risk Form in order to participate in either camp. Call for more detailed information regarding each camp.SuffolkFOOTBALL CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    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
    GEOLOGY OPEN NIGHT LECTURESOffers free night lectures usually on topics in the geosciences related to the current research of the faculty, staff and students of SUNY Stony Brook. These presentations are intended for: those interested in new developments in the sciences, earth science high school students and teachers, undergraduate and graduate students in geosciences and professional geologists. In-service credit is available for teachers attending the Geology Open Night Lectures. Lectures are held on select Fridays during the month in Lecture Room 001 in the Earth and Space Sciences Building. Usually four lectures a semester are scheduled. Some disability-related accommodations are available. Call the Department before 4pm to inform them of your requirements. There will be Refreshments and Demonstrations after the Geology Open Night Presentations. For further information and lectures dates and times contact the Department.SuffolkGEOLOGY OPEN NIGHT LECTURESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    GOLF CAMPOffers a program which is tailored to the individual abilities and needs of each camper, and is available for Boys & Girls entering grades 3-10. The emphasis will be on developing a solid fundamental swing that works for each camper, with proper practice habits reinforced to enhance performance. Additional recreational sports periods and waterpark activities supplement the daily golf instruction to give campers a balanced day of learning and fun. Young players are taught the fundamentals of the swing, including proper grip, body alignment, and posture. Advanced players work with instructors to develop a consistent repeating motion and to learn mental strategies to apply to the game of golf. Safety, rules of the game, etiquette and mental strategy are also part of the curriculum. 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.SuffolkGOLF CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE:Offers an AHIMA approved coding program. Health Information Technology (HIT) is designed for individuals who are interested in working in the field of medical coding. Instruction includes courses in medical terminology, CPT coding, ICD coding, computer software applications in healthcare, reimbursement methodologies, healthcare data structure and delivery systems, anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, and pharmacology. During the final semester, all students participate in a medical coding Internship program. They intern in hospitals, physicians' offices, ambulatory care centers, and other healthcare facilities. Successful completion of the certificate prepares students to sit for the entry level national coding certification exam CCA (Certified Coding Associate) and provides the educational coursework required for the mastery coding certification exams CCS (Certified Coding Specialist) and CCS-P (Certified Coding Specialist-Physician based). Call for more detailed information.NassauHEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE:NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    HIGHER EDUCATION ADMINISTRATIONOffers an 18-credit program that can be taken after completing a bachelor's, master's, or other advanced degree. It is a good option for someone who may not want to complete the full 36-credit master's degree, but would like to develop a solid background and skills in the higher education and student affairs field. Current and upcoming course offerings are updated for every semester and can be found on the HEA Course Schedule webpage. The AGC program has two components: Completion of the following four (4) core classes and Completion of two (2) HEA electives. This program is available completely online. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkHIGHER EDUCATION ADMINISTRATIONSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    HOLIDAY SCIENCE CAMPOffers academic programs for students in grades 5, 6 and 7th that 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, writing and group work. Each day’s activities are based on a specific theme. Students will participate in experiments, create crafts and watch demonstrations. Students participating in these programs should be interested in science, inquisitive, and willing to work hard to learn something new! Previous camps have included projects and experiments in the fields of biological and physical science including the human body, marine biology, the solar system, motion, sound, electricity, and kitchen chemistry. Call for holiday dates and more information.SuffolkHOLIDAY SCIENCE CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTOffers a program that is designed to provide HR practitioners with the necessary knowledge to make informed management and policy decisions. Certificate credits may also be used to fulfill requirements in either the Master of Science in Human Resource Management or Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program offered through the School of Professional Development, or the Master of Business Administration offered through the College of Business. (Be advised that not all courses count for both programs. Students should compare the degree and certificate requirements prior to enrolling.) This certificate program consists of five 3-credit courses. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkHUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    IACS COMPUTES!Offering a 10-day programming workshop for high school students who will be juniors or seniors in the fall. Students must be 15 years old or older by the time of the camp. This hands-on camp introduces students to the programming skills and software/computer technologies that drive advances in science, industry, business and society. Starting with no assumed prior knowledge of programming, the camp introduces programming using the Python language and emphasizes development of algorithmic thinking and problem solving. From faculty and graduate students, participants will learn about using big-data analytics and high-performance computing to solve problems in science and engineering, and will then participate in team projects motivated by these same research challenges. By the end of the camp, students will have sufficient programming skills and awareness of the field to pursue further independent study and to inform future choices for education and careers. Ideally students will use their own laptops (Macs, PCs or Linux are acceptable; a few are available for loan) so they can continue to use the camp's open-source software programming environment and tools. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkIACS COMPUTES!STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENTProgram's goals are to enable individuals to understand the integration of an enterprise's processes, as well as how to utilize modern tools, techniques and technologies to make their organization more competitive and profitable. The curriculum introduces the strategic fundamentals of the customer/value driven enterprise, the management concepts of organizational design and structure and the basic business processes for running a successful enterprise. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkINDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENTSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    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-HOME FURNISHINGS CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Interior Design/Home Furnishings. These programs are designed to prepare students for immediate placement in the interior design and decorating fields as design assistants, stylists, showroom representatives, design sales associates, assistant colorists, or retail home furnishing and decorating sales positions. Technical courses developed in accordance with current industry standards. Sample Course offerings include: Intro. to Interior Design Studio I; History of Furnishings and Design; Color for Home Furnishings and Design; Graphics; Drawing I; Interior Lighting Design; Resources and Materials; Design Studio II; Presentation Techniques for Interior Designers; Professional Practices and Business Techniques; Introduction to CAD and Codes and Construction. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauINTERIOR DESIGN-HOME FURNISHINGS CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    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
    JAPAN CENTERCreates a bridge between the university and the local community and promoting education and research in the study of Japan, Japanese culture and society and the lives of both Japanese culture and society and the lives of both Japanese and Japanese-Americans. The Japan Center organizes symposia, lectures, workshops, performances, film festivals, educational events and outreach programs. Call the center for more information.SuffolkJAPAN CENTERSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    KRASNER PSYCHOLOGICAL CENTERServices provided at the KPC are based on cognitive-behavioral treatment models, which address the “here and now” and the problem thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that may be associated with your distress. Our therapy is active and involves a collaborative effort and commitment between you and your therapist as you work towards measurable goals. CBT-based interventions are available for a wide range of problems, as typically found in outpatient clinics. Problems addressed include issues related to anxiety difficulties, adjustment problems, depression, grief, trauma, anger control problems, issues related to parenting, conduct issues with children, relationship and couple problems, sexual difficulties, occupational difficulties, academic problems including learning difficulties and ADHD, as well as issues related to personality. In addition, at the KPC we have state-of-the art specialty clinics designed to address specific kinds of problems: Anxiety Disorders; Depressive Disorders; Couple and Marital Relationships and Children and Teens. We offer group therapy and Psychological Evaluations and Testing. All clients will first undergo a careful assessment. We offer one-on-one treatment, couple and family therapy, as well as several group therapy programs. Treatment is typically once weekly, although more intensive schedules are also possible when warranted. The length of treatment varies depending on the severity and types of clinical problems. The average duration of treatment is approximately 12 to 16 sessions. We operate on a Wait List system. After a brief phone screening process, which takes approximately 15 minutes, you are entered onto our Wait List, which allows us time to match your needs with the best appropriate therapist from our team. We do not contract with insurance providers; however, our fees are based on a sliding scale according to income and are considerably lower than those of practitioners in the community. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkKRASNER PSYCHOLOGICAL CENTERSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    LACROSSE CAMPDesigned for players of all abilities to improve their skills in an instructional and positive atmosphere. Our highly qualified staff of professional coaches will focus on improving the fundamental skills for each camper covering individual and team skills and concepts. Each day will include game-like situations to develop a great understanding of team-play and tactics, with campers grouped by age and skill level. Note: Campers are required to provide their own lacrosse equipment. 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.SuffolkLACROSSE CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    LEGALNURSE CONSULTANT TRAININGOffers an exciting program that prepares Registered Nurses and Physician's Assistants for a career in the legal field as legal nurse consultants. This course provides the RN and PA with the fundamental skills necessary to advise law firms, health care providers, insurance companies and governmental agencies regarding medically related issues and to appear in court as an expert witness. The course presents legal concepts related to the health care industry, as well as the role a legal nurse consultant might play in litigation areas such as medical malpractice, toxic torts, products liability, wrongful death, criminal law, and workers' compensation. Any RN or PA interested in entering the legal field can benefit from the education provided by this course. This program is available in live lecture and online formats. If you would like additional information on this program, please call the Center for Legal Studies at 1-800-522-7737. Please call for more information.SuffolkLEGALNURSE CONSULTANT TRAININGSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    LEGAL SECRETARY TRAININGOffers an intensive program is designed for both beginning and experienced secretaries who are interested in improving their skills and working more efficiently within the law office. Students will study such topics as: legal terminology; legal process; jurisdiction and venue; ethics; written communications including letters, pleadings, discovery, notices and motions; filing procedures, billing and accounting; time management; records management; an overview of commonly used word and data processing programs; legal research; memoranda preparation, and citation format. Successful graduates will be awarded a Certificate of Completion from Stony Brook University. This program is offered in both live lecture and online formats. If you would like additional information on this program, please contact the Center for Legal Studies at 1.800.522.7737 or visit their website.SuffolkLEGAL SECRETARY TRAININGSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    LITERACY & LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTERProvides strategic learning skills to selected clients in the local community and serve as a supervised training facility for our graduate student interns. The Centers are staffed by graduate student interns who are in the process of completing a Master's degree in either Literacy or Special Education. Each clinician is closely supervised by professors who are faculty members of the department. The Clients are Students in grades two through six who have marked discrepancy between their potential and their actual achievement and will be considered as applicants for various programs. Programs include: Individual Assessment: Each student is administered a series of diagnostic tests which measures educational achievement, physical factors and intellectual potential. Detailed development history interview completes the appraisal. An individual program is designed for each client based on the results of the evaluation. Literacy (Reading) Instruction is on a one-to-one basis. The major goal of this program is to develop reading, writing, spelling and study skill strategies. Written summary reports detail outcomes and recommendations. Special Education (Learning) This program is designed to assist students to improve school related tasks. Instruction is on a one-to-one basis. Written summary reports detail outcomes and recommendations. Call for more detailed information.NassauLITERACY & LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTERLIU POST
    LIVING WORLD LECTURESOffers free public lectures on select Fridays in Lecture room 001 of the Earth and Space Sciences Building during the academic school year at 7:30pm. Usually four lectures a semester are scheduled. Lectures are based on the current research of the faculty, staff and students of Stony Brook as well as areas of interest from the public. In-service credit for teachers attending these lectures is also available. Try to be early for these lectures, increasing popularity of this series has seen the lecture hall full on occasion. Some disability-related accommodations are available. Call the Department before 4pm to inform them of your requirements. For further information and lectures dates and times contact the Department.SuffolkLIVING WORLD LECTURESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    MAGIC CAMPOffers an exciting program where campers will learn amazing feats of magic and illusion. Designed for boys and girls entering grades 3-9, the camp is very interactive and hands-on with campers encouraged to explore and be creative. Through-out the week, campers will learn some of the “tricks of the trade”, as well as gaining exposure to some of the history of magic from our expert staff. 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.SuffolkMAGIC CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    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
    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
    MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH CAMPOffers a summer program for middle school students. For students in 6th and 7th grade the program is designed to be hands on and will include math activities that will engage and build confidence. Students will practice and increase their math skills by working on real world problems that are both fun and challenging. Students participating in these programs should be interested in math, inquisitive, and willing to work hard to learn something new! The program will focus on: Introduction to Algebra, Fun with Geometry, Fluency and Operations with Rational Numbers, Real World Statistics, and an Introduction to Probability. For students in 8th and 9th grade program: Common Core Algebra centers on the study of functions. Students will investigate linear, quadratic, and exponential functions though engaging hands on activities aligned to the Common Core standards. These activities will help build their understanding of the key concepts they will encounter during the upcoming school year. Students will also build some of the critical skills they will need to succeed in high school mathematics such as factoring and operations with real numbers. In addition to the activities built around the high school math curriculum, students will also investigate topics not covered in a traditional classroom. By exploring topics such as topology, cryptography, and fractals, participants will have an opportunity to develop an appreciation for the sheer beauty of mathematics. Students will leave with a deeper understanding of the core concepts of high school algebra as well as an appreciation for mathematics as its own field of study. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMIDDLE SCHOOL MATH CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    MULTI-SPORTS CAMPOffers a multi-sport program which is designed to be the perfect blend of sports, recreational games, and camaraderie with campers entering grades 3-10 participating in a multitude of exciting, fun-filled games. The curriculum is designed to be fun and instructional, and includes age appropriate skill building activities. Campers learn all the fundamentals with which to build a solid sports foundation. They are taught proper technique, strategy, and sportsmanship with the same philosophy that has been the Future Stars trademark for over 30 years. Directors and coaches are experienced and certified sports instructors with the vast majority employed year-round in the Physical Education field. 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.SuffolkMULTI-SPORTS CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    NEW YORK STATE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER/STONY BROOKProvides one-on-one counseling and training for existing small business owners or to individuals considering starting a small business in the Nassau and Suffolk counties. The center is staffed by professionals with knowledge and experience to provide expert counseling and training for addressing the myriad of problems inherent in the start up and operation of small business. Services, all free of charge, include assistance with Business Plan Development, Small Business Start-Up assistance, Organizational Structures, Financial Planning, Export Assistance, Cost Analysis, Financing Strategies, Loan Information Assistance, Marketing, and Training Programs. The center counseling is free though a small charge may be made for actual costs associated with training courses or research. Call for details and an appointment. Additional Satellite offices available in Suffolk County. Various outreach locations are available throughout Long Island.SuffolkNEW YORK STATE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER/STONY BROOKNEW YORK STATE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER/STONY BROOK
    OCEANOGRAPHY AT STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTONOffers a college course to high school students during the summer. Students will examine the World Ocean and the chemical, geological, and physical processes that control its major features and the life that inhabits it, as well as explore human interactions with the marine environment. This intensive course is specifically designed for motivated high school students wishing to earn college credit, but current undergraduates, graduates, or professionals can also enroll. The short-term course will run for 2 weeks and meet for 4-5 hours each weekday at the Stony Brook Southampton campus. Content will be delivered via lectures, in- class activities, and 2 boat trips in which students will explore nearby coastal habitats using oceanographic sampling equipment. Students must have completed high school biology and be at least 16 years old. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkOCEANOGRAPHY AT STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTONSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    OPERATIONS RESEARCHProvides students with the fundamental applied mathematics tools for developing protocols for the efficient management of private companies, government agencies and non-profit organizations. The program will provide formal training in methods of optimization, modeling and statistics used in operations research. The objective of this program is to help individuals assist organizations to make efficient use of their resource so as to maximize efficiency and minimize net cost. Graduates of the program may be able to advance in management and organizational planning positions within their current employment or obtain new employment. Call for more information.SuffolkOPERATIONS RESEARCHSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    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
    OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTEOpen to all retired and semi-retired individuals who are interested in expanding their intellectual horizons in a university setting. Avenues for participation include: peer-taught workshops, lectures, special events, committees, and social activities. Members should plan to be contributing participants in their workshops. Involvement includes but is not limited to discussion of assigned readings, reports, debates, and panels. Members are welcome and encouraged to attend general meetings and committee meetings in an effort to share the responsibilities for the growth and well-being of OLLI. The curriculum is the core of the program, as OLLI is a cooperative that utilizes its members’ experiences and talents to plan and lead workshops and educational programs for themselves and their colleagues.. This program is administered by Stony Brook University's School of Professional Development. For further information call or visit the website.SuffolkOSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTESTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    PARALEGAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers an intensive, nationally acclaimed program that is designed for beginning as well as experienced legal workers. Students will be trained to interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law, prepare legal documents and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litigation. The instruction is practice-oriented and relates to those areas of law in which paralegals are most in demand. Students will learn how to increase their office's efficiency, productivity, and billable hours, while learning new marketable job skills. Successful graduates will be awarded a certificate of completion and 8.4 Continuing Education Units. For questions on course content, please call the Center for Legal Studies at 1-800-522-7737 or visit the website at www.legalstudies.com. Note this class is also offered both in-person and online. Please call for more information.SuffolkPARALEGAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    PARALEGAL STUDIES CERTIFICATEOffers an American Bar Association approved certificate program in Paralegal Studies that is designed to meet the needs of the college graduate seeking a career as a paralegal. In order to be eligible for admission, a student must have either an Associate or Baccalaureate degree. Students with an Associate degree must meet the minimum general education requirements set by the American Bar Association. Course offerings include: Introduction to Law and the Legal System; Litigation; Real Property; Legal Research and Writing; Law Office Management; Partnerships and Corporations; Estates and Administration; Torts and Personal Injury Law; Family Law; Bankruptcy/Debtor-Creditor Law; Legal Writing and Analysis and Elder Law. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauPARALEGAL STUDIES CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATEOffers a Patient Care Technician Certificate course. While courses may also be taken individually, a student who is interested in taking the Patient Care Technician Certification exam which is offered by National Healthcareer Association (NHA) should complete the following courses: Certified Nursing Assistant; Phlebotomy Technician; Medical Terminology; • EKG Technician and First Aid and CPR. Call for more detailed information.NassauPATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
    PHARMACY TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATEOffers a program for students to become a Pharmacy Technician. Using a combination of classroom and externship experience, this course will prepare students to sit for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) exam. During 120 hours of classroom training, students will learn pharmacology, drug classification, purpose, and interaction. Students will study how to interpret a prescription, calculate dosages, prevent medication errors, and fill prescriptions. Professional communication/teamwork, pharmacy ethics, law, regulations and safety will be stressed. Review and practice for the certification exam is also included. During an 80 hour Externship experience, acquire valuable experience while working alongside a licensed pharmacist. Students must comply with Field Placement/Externship entry requirements as specified by the host company, including background check, drug screening and a government provided photo ID. A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Call for more detailed information.NassauPHARMACY TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
    PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIANOffers a 90 hour program, where students will become familiar with all aspects related to blood collection and develop comprehensive skills to perform venipunctures for lab analysis. Classroom and lab work includes terminology, anatomy and physiology; blood collection procedures; specimen hands-on practice; and training in techniques to perform puncture methods. During the lab sessions, students will perform venipunctures on other students. An optional 40 hour clinical externship rotation is available for no additional fee. To be eligible for the clinical rotation, students must successfully complete the 90 hour program, provide a resume, and may be required to complete a drug screening, background check and/or medical exam and provide proof of immunizations. Students who complete this program may pursue the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Phlebotomy Technician Exam (or another certifying exam). Student must have a HS diploma or equivalent and a current government-issued photo ID. The cost of the exam is not included. Call for more detailed information.NassauPHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIANNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
    PHOTOGRAPHY CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate in Photography. Sample course offerings include: Principles of 2-Dimensional Design; History of Photography; Photography I; Black and White Darkroom; Drawing I; Digital Photography II; Digital Photography III; Art Internship; Experimental Photography; Studio Photography; Documentary Photography and View Camera. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauPHOTOGRAPHY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    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
    POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE AND STUDY CENTERSponsors programs on art and art history for the scholarly community and for the general public. Houses research collections on the art of Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner and their contemporaries. Located in East Hampton, the center is open to the public: May–October on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and closed Sundays–Wednesdays. The center, a National Historic Landmark, is operated as an historic site and research facility, and consists of the artists' house, their studio, and the study center containing the art reference library. Special tours are available to school groups, as well as to the general public. For information and a brochure call (631)324-4929.SuffolkPOLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE AND STUDY CENTERSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    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
    RETIREMENT PLANNINGOffer courses in Retirement Planning. Sample course offerings include: Asset Protection 2018; How To Select The Right Financial Advisor; Back To Investment Basics; Maximizing Social Security; Ten Steps to Lower Taxes in Retirement; Eldercare Medical Costs; Savvy Ira Planning; Planning For Incapacity and End Of Life; Probate And How To Avoid It; 10 Ways to Lower Your Investment Risk and The ABCs And Ds Of Medicare. Call for more detailed information.NassauRETIREMENT PLANNINGNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
    RISING STARS CAMPOffers a multi-sport experience to nurture our youngest campers in K-2 as they enter the world of athletics and life. Campers participate in an age-appropriate program covering fundamental skills of the 'core' sports, as well as enjoying additional activity periods where creativity, education and character development are the focus. Rising Stars campers will participate in daily on-campus water park activities to keep them cool and refreshed. Core-Sports' Training (Mornings) Campers receive training and instruction from experienced coaches with a focus on techniques and fundamental skills. Progressions are made based upon level, with campers receiving individual attention and positive feedback. Campers then move into matches and modified scrimmages, as coaches look to work with them as they apply the skills in a game setting. Sports include: Soccer; Tennis; Basketball; and Baseball/Softball. Campers participate in a variety of activity periods with options for 'Creative Learning' and 'Recreational Sports' available based upon individual campers preference. Creative Learning - Activities are overseen by certified teachers ranging from Arts & Crafts, Educational Workshops, Music & Songs, Performing Arts, and more! Recreational Sports - Activities are overseen by experienced coaches ranging from GaGa Ball to Capture The Flag to Kick Ball to Dodgeball to Nukem, and more. 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.SuffolkRISING STARS CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    ROBERT W. GREENE SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISTSOffers an intensive, seven-day residential summer workshop at Stony Brook University which is designed for current Long Island and NYC high school sophomores and juniors considering careers in journalism. The workshop introduces students to basic skills in news reporting, writing and editing and the use of video and still photography. Classes are taught by professional journalists. Students will live at the University and work in the School of Journalism’s multimedia newsroom. As a culminating activity, students will produce original work across several media platforms. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkROBERT W. GREENE SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISTSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    SCHOOL DISTRICT BUSINESS LEADERPrepares professionals from the corporate world, public service agencies and charitable institutions for access and advancement to positions in a school district central office such as assistant superintendent for school business positions. The programs are offered in collaboration with the University’s Distributed Teacher and Leader Education program and articulate with EdD programs from other universities in the region. To meet the demands of working professionals, the combined SDL and SBL program is offered completely online or on-site at one with our teacher center partners. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSCHOOL DISTRICT BUSINESS LEADERSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    SCIENCE AND RESEARCH AWARENESS SERIES (SARAS)Offers a 3-week lecture and workshop series that is designed to heighten the awareness of enthusiastic students for basic, clinical and translational sciences and associated specialties of the biomedical field. Scientists, Physicians, Allied Health Professionals, Health Administrators and other Experts teach students about different topics, specialties, and also laboratory and clinical techniques. Interaction between these experts and the students enhances the educational experience and gives the students insights into topics and careers in biomedical science. Contributions are welcome to defray operational costs. There is no fee for the program. Lunch will be provided every day. SARAS includes: Workshops, Lectures, Discussions & Expert’s Views on Topics in Biomedical Sciences; Lab Safety Sessions leading to Certification to Work in a Research Lab; Exam prep sessions to get ready for SAT/ACT/MCAT and more! Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSCIENCE AND RESEARCH AWARENESS SERIES (SARAS)STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    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
    SCIENCES FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONSOffers a certificate in Sciences for the Health Professions which is a postbaccalaureate science program designed to meet the needs of students with bachelor’s degrees in non-science fields who seek a career change into the health professions, but lack some or all of the necessary science and mathematics background. It thus offers an affordable means for academically qualified students to prepare themselves for admission into professional programs in this field. Call for more detailed information and course offerings.SuffolkSCIENCES FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONSFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENTRY PROGRAM (STEP)Is offered to students in 7th through 12th grades in selected school districts. STEP is designed to motivate and prepare financially disadvantaged and underrepresented minority students for careers in science, technology and mathematics-related disciplines, along with licensed professions such as nursing and accountancy. Academic activities that encourage critical thinking, along with intensive instruction in mathematics, science and computer science, are teamed with support services such as counseling and tutoring. This provides a nurturing environment which builds self-esteem as it prepares minority and disadvantaged students for entry into STEM and licensed professions. Services include 16 enrichments sessions in: Science and science research (biology, Genomics/microbiology, physics, earth science, engineering, robotics, nursing/allied health); Math; Communication skills; Leadership; Computer applications; Career awareness; Research program; School-based "club" meetings and Parents' Advocacy Group. The Program Eligibility: Students accepted into the program must meet the guidelines of NYSED, and will include those who have been identified as underrepresented minorities (African-American, Latino, Hispanic-American and Native-American) and/or financially disadvantaged students in grades 7-12. For further information, please call the STEP office at (631) 451-4402.SuffolkSCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENTRY PROGRAM (STEP)SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
    SENIOR ACADEMYJoin us to see the latest in technology, tour our history museum, learn about the stars, explore health and wellness options or plant your own indoor herb garden for adults age 55 and over. Courses vary each semester. Sample course offerings include: Planetarium – Fall Night Sky; 21st Century Human Dissection; The Holocaust Museum; Design and Create Your Own Indoor Herb Garden and Introduction To Tai Chi. Call for the most current list of courses.SuffolkSENIOR ACADEMYSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
    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
    SENIOR AUDITING PROGRAMOffers adults who are 60 years of age or older the chance to audit most New York State funded, credit-bearing courses at the University at Stony Brook during the Fall and Spring Terms. There is a $50 auditing fee for each session, provided space is available in the classroom and the instructor permits auditors. The exceptions to this policy include foreign language and English literature courses, including programs at Southampton, laboratory courses, studio art courses, online courses, physical education courses, instrumental music courses and Health Sciences Center courses, as well as courses offered in self-supporting non-credit programs sponsored by the School of Professional Development, Crafts Center, Museum of Long Island Natural Sciences, and Division of Physical Education and Athletics, among others. Theregistration fee provides seniors: attendance in one course, without credit, formal recognition, or the meeting of any of the course requirements (subject to permission of instructor); Campus ID Card usage; faculty/staff parking privileges; and library circulation privileges. Call for registration times. Catalogs and class schedules are available at that time.SuffolkSENIOR AUDITING PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    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 COMPLEXOffers many athletic facilities. The Sports Complex consists of the The Pritchard Gymnasium; Stuart Goldstein Development Center; Kenneth P. Lavalle Stadium; Joe Nathan Field; Island Federal Credit Union Arena; University Tennis Courts; University Field, University Pool, University Track and Dubin Family Athletic Performance Center. The Sports Complex also offers summer camps to youth in various sports. Most athletic facilities may be used for recreational purposes when they are not scheduled for classes, intercollegiate, intramural or special events. Membership is required for use of the Sports Complex by all non-Stony Brook ID holders. Information pertaining to all physical education, athletic offerings and facility usage may be obtained by calling 631-632-9271SuffolkSPORTS COMPLEXSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    STALLER CENTER FOR THE ARTSOffers performances that educate, enlighten and entertain audiences across the University, greater community and region. We produce and present outstanding and diverse professional and university sponsored performances, exhibits and educational programs in the areas of music, dance, theater, film, and fine art. The Staller Center hosts hundreds of events every year. Our biggest point of pride is our annual live performance season, featuring the best in live music, dance, and theatrical performances. We also host movies throughout the year with a Fall and Spring Friday Night Movie Series, as well as our very own Stony Brook Film Festival, featuring the 10 days of the best in independent films. With numerous annual art exhibitions in our Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, as well as University sponsored and Academic events, there is something for everyone at Staller Center. See our upcoming events below or view our full calendar by clicking the button below. In addition an Arts & Education Outreach program is available. All Staller Center Arts and Education Outreach are supported by generous private donations from individuals who value advancing the arts in young minds. We invite you to join us at a Staller Center Arts & Education Outreach program and experience the excitement in the air. The Staller Center is dedicated to providing cultural arts experiences and educational opportunities to the local community and Stony Brook University students of all ages from preschool through young adult. Through the Barbara N. Wien Arts & Education Endowment as well as an anonymously funded Educational Outreach Endowment, Staller Center can share the arts through programs such as First on Us, master-classes, complimentary tickets and busing for area schools, orchestra to orchestra and the ever-popular Instrument Petting Zoo. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSTALLER CENTER FOR THE ARTSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    STEAM EDUCATION CAMPAims to engage campers entering grades 3-10 in a series of innovative fields not seen in traditional school education. Programs will once again be offered in LEGO Robotics and Video Game Design, 3D Printing & Design and 3D Building with Minecraft and Coding Concepts with the addition of Advanced 3D Printing, 3D Modeling & Sculpting, LEGO Stop-Motion Animation, Photography/Videography, and Web Design. Experienced teachers from RoboMindTech and 3DprintingEdu will follow their S.T.E.A.M curriculums as campers participate in fun, hands on activities and projects aiming to inspire campers outside of the school year. STEAM Education is a new movement in American Education to help teachers and their students understand how the academic disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics impact their world and prepare them for the workforce of tomorrow. STEAM is multidiscipline based, incorporating the integration of other disciplinary knowledge into a new whole. Technology helps us communicate; Math is the language; Science and Engineering are the processes for thinking; Art promotes creativity; all this leads to Innovation. 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.SuffolkSTEAM EDUCATION CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    STEM TECHEmpowers young women in middle and high school to create change within their community and environment by utilizing their STEM knowledge. STEM Tech increases students' competence and confidence in STEM by connecting exciting hands-on activities with service-learning problem-based curriculum. Student groups meet at local schools during afterschool hours. Each STEM Tech group is linked with a WISE undergraduate mentor to facilitate the program. Program details include: STEM Tech groups meet once a week during afterschool hours at local partnered schools; Students identify an issue in their environment that is concerning to them; WISE mentors assist STEM Tech students in applying research, knowledge, and skills in STEM to design a project to address their identified issue; STEM Tech encourages critical thinking, collaboration, and interdisciplinary work and Special guests visit groups to discuss current STEM research, higher education, financial literacy, and career opportunities. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSTEM TECHSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    STONY BROOK CHILD CARE SERVICES, INC.Offers child care for children from 8 weeks to 5 years. The center is nationally accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs. The Center is open Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., with various shifts available, and serves University, Health Sciences and Medical Center faculty staff and students as well as non-affiliated community families. Affiliated families pay tuition according to a sliding scale based on gross family income. The Center is staffed by full-time professionals, assisted by part-time support staff and University students enrolled in the Psychology 488 Internship. Under the supervision of our staff, these carefully selected students work closely with the teachers in the classroom and attend weekly training. One of the ways we support a low child to adult ratio is to invite students who have completed these courses with high marks to work as part time support staff. The child-teacher ratio in the 3-5 year old program is 7 to 1; and the Infant-Toddler program is 4 to 1. Our primary aim is to provide a warm, supportive and creative atmosphere. Each room is "family-grouped", enabling children to interact with others of different ages. Since children at this stage of their development "learn by doing," there are plenty of hands-on activities that at times build a child’s self-reliance. Children bring their own lunch. We provide nutritionally sound snacks in the morning and afternoon, that the children help to prepare. Our staff foster a positive, non-sexist, non-violent and non-authoritarian, multi-cultural environment. Children are encouraged to express their feelings and needs verbally and to respect those of others. For more information and/or an appointment to visit, please contact us. For further information or guidance in the location and selection of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Services of Nassau at (516)358-9250.SuffolkSTONY BROOK CHILD CARE SERVICES, INC.STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    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
    STONY BROOK MANHATTANOffers select courses and exam options at two affiliated locations in Manhattan. Courses are offered in Biology, Creative Writing and Film, Educational Leadership and Social Work. Stony Brook's Online Biology program provides quality, rigorous biology courses to students worldwide. Courses are designed for ease of navigation, peer-to peer learning, and the integration of content knowledge with critical scientific thought. For students from the New York City region, exams for the following courses, offered each summer, are given at the SUNY School of Optometry with no exam fee. Molecular & Cellular Biology; Cell Biology; Cancer Biology; Biology & Human Social/Sexual Behavior and Biochemistry 1. For Creative Writing & Film Students there is an affiliated location in Manhattan, at 535 Eighth Avenue, our graduate programs in Film, TV Writing and Creative Writing & Literature extend their reach across the New York Metropolitan region. Talented creative writers, filmmakers and TV Writers can earn an MFA degree by combining Manhattan courses with credit-bearing workshops during July at the Southampton Writers Conference, and classes on the Stony Brook Southampton campus. For Social Work Students through our affiliation with the SUNY College of Optometry, our School of Social Welfare extends its reach across the New York Metropolitan region. Students can pursue a Master's degree (MSW), which prepares graduates for advanced social work practice. New York State’s largest educational leadership program will now be offered in Manhattan. You can earn your School District and School Building Leader certifications in our accelerated Saturday program at our new location – just two blocks away from Penn Station. The Educational Leadership (EDL) program prepares K-12 educators for advancement into positions at both the school district (SDL) and school building (SBL) levels. Such positions include superintendent of schools, district superintendent, assistant superintendent, principal, assistant principal, department chairperson, or athletic director. As of Fall 2007, this is the first program of its kind in New York State that serves as a pathway for certification at both the district and building levels. Students enrolled in Manhattan can also take classes at the Stony Brook campus. Call for more detailed information regarding each program. Programs are located at 33 West 42nd Street New York, NY 10036 and 535 Eighth Avenue New York, NY 10018.STONY BROOK MANHATTANSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTONLocated on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, is home to the Southampton Arts MFA programs in Creative Writing and Literature and Film and their summer workshops; the waterfront research and teaching facilities of the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, including the new Marine Sciences Center; the undergraduate residential Semester by the Sea programs in marine sciences; and Health Technology and Management programs in Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy, as well as a Master's program in Applied Health Informatics. The new 15,000-square foot, two-story Marine Sciences Center has greatly expand our research capabilities, and several research vessels allow marine scientists and students to use the Atlantic Ocean as their outdoor classroom. Health Sciences have become a significant part of the Southampton location. The School of Health Technology and Management offers high caliber programs in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Applied Health Informatics that promote professional growth with a focus on the latest in technological advances and excellence in teaching, with the goal of meeting the growing health care needs of the community. Stony Brook Southampton is also home to the Food Lab, a center for education, enterprise and media incubating informed conversation, communication and business development under the umbrella of food, from farming to nutrition to edible business. The Food Lab also hosts an annual conference each June at Southampton. Audiences come to be entertained and inspired by musical performances, plays and readings, including many hosted by the beautiful, 429-seat Avram Theatre. Southampton continues to be a rich resource for the region, connecting us to our land, history and culture. We invite you to visit us at Stony Brook Southampton, where education and opportunity are alive and well.SuffolkSTONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTONSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY ART GALLERIESOffers art galleries that are open to the public. Art Galleries include: Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery; Lawrence Alloway Memorial Art Gallery, Students Activities Center Art Gallery; Tabler Center Art Gallery; Simons Center and Charles B. Wang Center Galleries. Call each Gallery for specific information.SuffolkSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY ART GALLERIESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY LIBRARIESThe libraries are the intellectual heart and soul of the campus. With world-class collections and services the libraries are indispensable partners in research, study and teaching. The libraries are main campus: Frank Melville Jr., Memorial Library, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook; Health Sciences Library HST level 3 room 136, 8034 Stony Brook University and Southampton Library, Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Highway Southampton. A visitor can use any of the materials in the library within the library, including our databases. You may be eligible to borrow through one of our Courtesy Borrower programs. Courtesy borrowers privileges may be extended to patrons who are not enrolled or employed at Stony Brook University. Our Community Borrowing program extends borrowing privileges to Stony Brook University alumni, local (Nassau and Suffolk County) health practitioners and individuals with Community Borrower Cards for an annual fee. Participants in our Courtesy Borrowing program are eligible to borrow library books at all campus libraries. Other resources such as interlibrary loan, off-campus access to databases and recalls may not available to guest borrowers. Individuals wishing to have borrowing privileges at Stony Brook University Libraries may have guest borrowing privileges by completing a Community Borrower Program Card Application. There is an annual fee. Please call for more detailed information at 631.632.7115 or circulation@stonybrook.edu for eligibility.SuffolkSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY LIBRARIESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    STUDENT ACCESSIBILITY SUPPORT CENTERServes as a resource for students and values self-empowerment, self-direction, and self-determination. Our mission is to advocate for a campus environment that meets the needs of students with disabilities. The Student Accessibility Support Center is the designated support service center to help students enable students with disabilities to develop their academic potential, by making their academic experience accessible. In addition to arranging accommodations, a major part of the mission of SASC is to encourage students with disabilities to achieve a high level of autonomy at Stony Brook and far beyond. We provide services and accommodations that advocate for the needs of students. We improve academic and environmental accessibility to foster individual growth, student empowerment, and support a community of care. Services are provided to all eligible Stony Brook students covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act (ADAA). Documentation will be requested to verify a disability and to determine appropriate accommodations. Services can only be initiated when students self-disclose their disabilities and request some type of assistance. All information and documentation related to a disability is confidential, not part of the academic transcript and is not released without the student's written consent. The staff is here to support your interactions with faculty, staff and community agencies. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSTUDENT ACCESSIBILITY SUPPORT CENTERSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    STUDIO RECORDING TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATEOffers a three-semester program in Studio Recording Technology that is designed to introduce students to music and recording technology and to provide a broad based perspective of the music industry. The SRT certificate is designed for those seeking entry-level employment in the recording industry, as well as those wishing to establish independent music recording/production businesses. Classes meet on campus Internship training will take place at a professional recording, production or equivalent music industry work environment. Call for more detailed information.NassauSTUDIO RECORDING TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    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
    SURGICAL TECHNICIANOffers a program that will graduate qualified students with the knowledge and confidence to function independently and safely in a surgical operating room or a similar sterile environment. Participants must be dedicated to the program to learn all the skills and techniques required to become a Certified Surgical Technician. Admission into the 2019 Surgical Technician Program is open to 10 applicants who meet the program criteria and eligibility. This one-year program, beginning on October 15, 2019, requires students to attend all classes and labs. In addition, the program will require 120 clinical scrub-ins at an offsite hospital and/or surgical center. Participants will be required to provide their own transportation to and from the clinical site. The coursework for this program requires a full commitment from the student. Studying, classroom learning, labs and clinical rotations will be very intense and time consuming. This program must be a priority for a successful outcome. It is expected that all assignments will be completed on time and all classes, labs, and rotations will be attended. A career as a surgical technician can be very rewarding, however, it requires full dedication. The effort put into this program will directly affect the outcome. Interested applicants must meet the income eligibility requirements as specified by the grant program, as well as the application criteria, which includes a high school or High School Equivalency transcript, TEAS Exam scores, two essays and an interview. Please call Andrea Dunkirk at 631-451-4832 for an application information/packet and income eligibility requirements.SuffolkSURGICAL TECHNICIANSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
    SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AND RENEWABLE ENERGY CERTIFICATEOffers a Certificate in Sustainable Design and Renewable Energy which is geared to all students interested in gaining a broad understanding of different topics in sustainable design and renewable energy. The certificate program will be taught by professionals in the field, including professional engineers and registered architects. The knowledge gained by the students in this program will aid them in procuring jobs in the green industry, in such fields as engineering, construction, financial, marketing, sales, maintenance, and many more. The sustainable design principles that students will learn in this program will allow them to better understand methods used worldwide by diverse populations. Students graduating with this certificate could also continue on and seek certification by the USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council) and become a Green Associate. Sample course offerings include: Science of Energy; Green Building Practices; Green Building Material; Green Projects Case Studies; Wind Turbines/Solar Panels Applications; Water Recycling/Wastewater Treatment; Energy Codes and Energy Analysis and HVAC/ Air Quality. Call for more detailed information.NassauSUSTAINABLE DESIGN AND RENEWABLE ENERGY CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    TEACHING ASSISTANT CERTIFICATEOffers a Teacher Assistant Certificate. Sample course offerings include: Applied Behavior Analysis: Field Experience I; Enhanced Composition I; Composition I; The Craft of Composition / Honors English; Solar System Astronomy, Stellar and Galactic Astronomy, Introduction to College Biology; Introduction to Chemistry, Physical Geology, Historical Geology, Physics for Educators; Concepts of Mathematics, Introduction to Statistics, Foundations of Mathematics for Educators, General Psychology, Applied Behavior Analysis: Field Experience II: Practicum; Foundations of Education; Psychology of the Exceptional Child; Developmental Psychology; Infants and Toddlers, Adolescent Psychology and Child Development. Call for more detailed information.NassauTEACHING ASSISTANT CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    TECHPREPWas launched in 2008 with funding from Motorola Solutions Foundation’s innovation generation grant. TechPrep addresses the underrepresentation of minority women in stem by providing an educational enrichment program to empower middle school girls from underserved communities on long island. This robust program develops students’ competence and confidence in their math and science abilities by providing an intensive multi-level program that integrates science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (steam) with mentoring and application based hands-on activities. Over the course of one week in the summer, TechPrep students participate in intensive project based instruction facilitated by university faculty, graduate, and wise undergraduate mentors. Participation is based on three sequential modules that are taken over the course of three years. Module 1: Biology & Chemistry; 6th grade students discover living organisms and their chemical and physicochemical processes with lessons. Students will be encouraged to think and speak like scientists, work together in teams, and explore biology and chemistry in new and interesting ways. Module 2: Mathematics & Physics 7th grade students are introduced to applications of math and physics in real world situations. Included in these lessons are tours of facilities on campus which help further reinforce how basic principles can be scaled to cutting-edge research and provide students with exposure to real-world scientific environments. Module 3: Engineering & Innovation, 8th grade students employ the knowledge and skills acquired from their previous modules to build solutions to common environmental problems. The engineering module is unique in that it is centered on the student’s curiosity and a “learn-as-you-go” lesson format which challenges students to be critical and creative problem solvers. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkTECHPREPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    TENNIS CAMPOffers the perfect mix of match play, drill work, strategy sessions and off-court activities to challenge players of all levels. The program is designed to improve every facet of the game, including technical, tactical, physical and mental components under the guidance of our experienced and enthusiastic Tennis professionals. Campers - entering grades 2-10 - will be carefully grouped according to skill level and age and will be encouraged to enhance their strokes and strategies via group lessons, skill building drills organized play, target training, fitness routines and more. For Beginners and Advanced Beginners: The emphasis will be on fundamental stroke production and consistency. Campers will learn the correct mechanics of each stroke, proper court position and movement, and sound strategies for future growth and development. All of the basic techniques will be reinforced constantly through fun games, singles and doubles play, coordination exercises, and team competitions. For Intermediate and Advanced Players: Routines are specifically designed to improve and strengthen strokes to produce more reliable and effective results. Repetitions are practiced to build total self confidence and muscle memory. Physical and mental toughness will be combined with advanced strategies for singles and doubles point play and match play. For High School and Tournament Players: We will work to further refine stroke production, power, intensity, focus and match play skills. We will work diligently to overcome weaknesses so players are ready to move up to the next level on a team or in the rankings. Campers will also concentrate on physical conditioning, mental toughness, and plenty of match play. 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.SuffolkTENNIS CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    THE CENTER FOR DANCE, MOVEMENT AND SOMATIC LEARNINGOffers an incubator for creativity, research, education, performance and community connections. It operates as an independent center at Stony Brook University in the College of Arts and Sciences. The Center’s vision encompasses a drive to develop heightened interdisciplinary thinking and action, developed through the study of dance and movement arts, applied through art-making, innovation and performance of all kinds, and primed to collaborate with a wide range of academic disciplines and community interests. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkTHE CENTER FOR DANCE, MOVEMENT AND SOMATIC LEARNINGSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    THE CHILDREN'S GREENHOUSEOffers childcare to Nassau Community College students, staff, faculty and administrators. The center is licensed by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services and provides outstanding, yet reasonably priced, child care to allow parents to continue their education or employment knowing that their children are in a safe and nurturing environment. We work in tandem with the mission of the College, which is to provide affordable and accessible high quality education and career preparation to the residents of Long Island and beyond. For further information or guidance in the location and selection of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.NassauTHE CHILDREN'S GREENHOUSENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    THE WORLD OF PHYSICSOffers a series of free lectures by research faculty on various aspects of Physics, most commonly on their own research or some topic of public interest. The lectures are held in Lecture Room 001 of the Earth and Space Sciences Building on Fridays at 7:30pm. Usually four lectures a semester are scheduled. Also available is in-service credit for teachers attending these lectures. Some disability-related accommodations are available. Call the Department before 4pm to inform them of your requirements. For further information and for lectures dates contact the Department of Physics and Astronomy at (631)632-8100.SuffolkTHE WORLD OF PHYSICSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    TOBIAS BISCHOF SOCCER TRAININGOffers a one-day clinic is designed to provide an opportunity to female high school aged soccer players to be instructed by a collegiate coaching staff in a competitive atmosphere. This clinic will include a Q&A with current collegiate soccer players and a three hour training session broken down into skill work, small sided play, and 11v11 scrimmaging. This clinic is open to any and all high school aged female soccer players. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkTOBIAS BISCHOF SOCCER TRAININGSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    VETERANS BUSINESS PROGRAMOffers a program initiated by the U. S. Small Business Administration's Office of Veteran's Business Development, which is a program designed to enable men and women who have served in the Armed Forces to take full advantage of the opportunities presented by owning and operating their own business. In addition to the comprehensive services offered by the SBDC, the Veteran's Business Program also offers mentorship and networking services designed for veteran business owners. The Farmingdale SBDC hosts a Veteran representative, David Chiaro. He can be reached at (934)420-2892, or chiarod@farmingdale.edu. Call for more information about the program and its services. NassauVETERANS BUSINESS PROGRAMFARMINGDALE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
    VETERANS SERVICESAssists veterans in maximizing their benefits, supporting a successful transition to college and achieving their education and personal goals. Suffolk embraces the leadership skills and many other unique qualities military service members bring to our institution. With Veterans’ Clubs on each of our three campuses our student Veterans play a vital role in our tri-campus community. With a wide variety of programs: associate degrees and shorter-term certificates in many career and transfer programs as well as extensive workforce training and development programs, SCCC stands ready to serve our returning Veterans. Some key points on how choosing SCCC will benefit you:Reasonable tuition: As a unit of the State University of New York (SUNY), our tuition cost falls within the guidelines for the tuition cost cap established by the VA; Although we are the largest multi-campus community college in SUNY, we offer small class sizes; In-state tuition rates for all Veterans; Liberal withdrawal policy for military activations and deployments; Tuition Payment Plan fee waived for Veterans and Workforce training: Through our Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (AMTC) you can receive immediate training, gain national credentials and work-ready skills in areas including advanced welding, machining, quality control, mechanical assembly, blueprint reading and more.SuffolkVETERANS SERVICESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    VOLLEYBALL CAMPOffers a program is that designed for girls entering grades 4-10 of all levels to develop and improve the necessary skills and concepts of the game to reach their goals. Volleyball camps offer the perfect opportunity to fine tune skills ahead of the school season. Experienced and passionate coaches will help you master the fundamentals, develop proper mechanics and gain game play experience. The curriculum focuses on all facets of the game and offers personal and small group instruction throughout the week to prepare for the game environment. 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.SuffolkVOLLEYBALL CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    VOLLEYBALL CAMPOffering All Skills Camp, Attacking Camp, Setting Camp, Libero Camp, Elite Camp and Satellite Camp. The All Skills Camp is designed for players of all levels ranging from beginner to varsity level entering grades 6-12. Campers will receive 12 hours of skills instruction covering the six main skills needed to become a successful volleyball player. Skills will be taught in both individual and team settings. We will also discuss what it takes what it takes to be a collegiate athlete and other important topics for today’s athletes. At the Attacking Camp athletes will learn from transitioning off the net to a powerful approach to a multi-directional arm swing, campers grades 6-12 can expect to learn every facet of attacking from Coach Bullock. You will learn to see the block as you jump, which will decide whether you attack down the line, seam, or angle. At Setting Camp: This camp will include two skilled and technique packed sessions led by Stony Brook Head Volleyball Coach Kristin Belzung. Coach Belz, campers grades 6-12 will focus on hand position, body posture, footwork patterns, release, location, and decision making. Libero Camp: This camp will be broken into serve receive skills and defensive skills during the two sessions. Coach Neef will put strong emphasis on body position, footwork, platform examination, various digging techniques, advanced floor skills, and ball handling techniques for serve receive and defense for campers grades 6-12. The Elite Camp is recommended for athletes with multiple years of club volleyball experience, high school athletes, and players that are expecting to play volleyball at the collegiate level. You will experience two intense days of college level instruction that will resemble training sessions and drills used in the Stony Brook Volleyball Program daily. Satellite Camps: If your time is short and you can’t get away don’t worry, we will come to you. We can bring our camps to your school or club. We will tailor our satellite camps to meet each program’s specific goals and needs. Camp length and training will be uniquely designed for each. Call for more detailed information regarding each camp offered.SuffolkVOLLEYBALL CAMPS & CLINICSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    WEB DESIGN–CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a Website Design certificate program. Sample course offerings include: Principles of 2-Dimensional Design; Graphic Design I; Programming Logic and Problem Solving; Digital Imaging; Computer Illustration; Web Design I; Web Design II; E-Commerce for Office Professionals; Graphic Design II; Web Page Formatting; Typography for Graphic Design; Graphic Design III; 3D & Video I; Digital Video and Special Effects; 3D & Video II; Intro to Information Technology; Web Programming I and Data Communications and the Internet. Additional course electives are required. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauWEB DESIGN–CERTIFICATE PROGRAMNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    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
    WUSB 90.1 FMOperates one of Long Island’s largest non-commercial, free-form radio station, WUSB 90.1 FM in stereo, 24 hours a day all year long which can be heard throughout Suffolk County, Nassau County and Southern Connecticut, parts of NYC (Brooklyn and Queens) and Westchester County. It can be heard over the internet, by using the links at the top of any pages on the WUSB website. Programming includes interviews, commentary, jazz, pop, punk, noise, funk, blues, rock, folk, reggae, polka, world music, live music, music by local artists and more public affairs shows, Also offers Stony Brook Seawolves sports broadcasts. Daily program information can be obtained by calling (631)632-WUSB. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkWUSB 90.1 FMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    YOGA TEACHER CERTIFICATIONOffers a 200 hour yoga teacher certification – part I course. This 200-hour course is offered in two parts, over two semesters. This program includes asanas, pranayamas, kriyas, chanting, mantra, meditation, and other traditional yoga techniques. This course will be comprised of analytical training in how to teach and practice the techniques and guided practice of these techniques. Meetings will be once a week and alternating weekends; a meeting calendar will be distributed at the first meeting. Please contact Andrea Dunkirk in the Office for Continuing Education at 631-451-4552 for additional information.SuffolkYOGA TEACHER CERTIFICATIONSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION

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