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ELL111: Beginner Level

Free
Calendar Next session starts Sep 10, 2019 at 10:30 am

English language learners who can add this class to English for Life if they want to further improve their vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, fluency, listening, speaking, and reading skills in real world situations.  You can choose from the following topics:

Reading, writing, and communication skills for college or the workplace

Computer skills (basic computer skills, internet, email, word, excel)

Resume-writing, job search/applications

Citizenship Test prep

CCA110: Accuplacer Testing, Monthly

Free
Calendar Next session starts Sep 3, 2019

The Accuplacer test is a requirement for colleges in this area. Find out if you have what it takes to be placed into a credit bearing math or English class by taking this assessment. Be sure to note on your registration - math or English.

CCA111: WOWI® Career Assessment and Counseling

Free

with Lynn Sheehan

Calendar Next session starts Sep 3, 2019

What do you want to be when you grow up? The WOWI® (World of Work Inventory) Career Assessment is the answer to all your questions! WOWI® takes into account your skills, interests, and work style. After you take the assessment, a trained WOWI® professional will interpret the results with you. You will then meet one-on-one and find out what job(s) you are best suited for. Together we will Assess, Explore and Plan your future!

CCA112: Technology Testing

Free

with Soni Reese

Calendar Next session starts Sep 17, 2019 at 6:30 pm

This comprehensive assessment will let you know if you have the computer skills needed to be successful in school, work and at home. After testing, if you need to improve your skills, we can help you design a learning plan, either with a class or with personalized online lessons you can do from your own home!

CCA222: Choose your own Adventure - Your Life Edition

Free

with Lynn Sheehan & Lisa Robertson

Calendar Next session starts Oct 15, 2019 at 9 am, runs for 8 weeks
1 additional session on Jan 14, 2020

Going out into the world after graduation? Getting a place, a job, or more schooling? This quick, 7 hour workshop will help you think through the choices you’ll be making and teach you strategies to be safe and successful this year. Topics covered will include: Managing your finances, time and organizational skills, online smarts, selfcare, and managing substance use pressures. Join us to learn how to choose your own adventure and get the awesome ending you want! FREE LUNCH is included! (This workshop is offered as a partnership between York Adult and Community Education and the Choose to Be Healthy Coalition.) BONUS: Successful completion earns you a FREE $25 gas card and the book “How to Act Like a Grown-Up” by Mark DuPre.

CCA225: Social Aspects of Health and Illness

$49

with Soni Reese

Calendar Next session starts Sep 10, 2019 at 3 pm, runs for 12 weeks

What are the differences between health, illness, and disease? What are the social (rather than the clinical) causes and aspects of health and illness in the US? We will examine the social causes and consequences of health-related problems such as heart disease, cancer, AIDS, substance abuse, eating disorders, and domestic violence. (Eng. or SS -1 HS credit, college bound gain the academic, personal, social skills needed to succeed in college!)

CCA330: Funding College

$15

with Joshua Bartlett

Calendar Next session starts Oct 21, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week
1 additional session on Feb 5, 2020

An in-depth look at many of the potential methods for funding college including loans, scholarships, and savings.

CCA335: College Financial Aid

$15

with Joshua Bartlett

Calendar Next session starts Oct 23, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week
1 additional session on Feb 3, 2020

Filling out college financial aid forms is one thing, but how do you prepare for it? It’s important to know the impact of income and asset types before filling out forms, otherwise thousands of dollars in potential aid may be missed.





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