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Postsecondary educational institutions 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 and private colleges and universities that offer a four year, undergraduate course of study, which award a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S. or B. Sc.) 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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3D PRINTING/DRONESOffers courses for 3D printing and Introduction to Drones. Sample course offerings include: Primer On 3D Printing with Focus on Classroom Integration and Introduction & Commercial Aspects of Drones, Unmanned Aircraft Systems. Call for more detailed information. Nassau3D PRINTING/DRONESNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY CLINICWorks with clients who are: Suffering with chronic pain that is interfering with their quality of life; Overwhelmed by anxiety; Stressed by work, family and/or unmanageable finances and Struggling with pessimistic thoughts and painful memories. Acceptance and commitment therapy aims to free clients from the grip of emotional and/or physical pain, teaching them to live effectively with the difficult symptoms associated with chronic pain, chronic fatigue, depression, anxiety, panic and stress-related problems. Through its emphasis on values, behavioral commitment and acceptance, acceptance and commitment therapy prepares patients to be increasingly present in their lives and encourages them to commit to living in a rich and meaningful manner. Call for more detailed information.NassauPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPINGOffers a certificate program which teaches the full charge bookkeeping process from beginning to end. Students will become proficient in the practical application of all accounting processes in small to-mid-sized businesses by mastering the principles of full charge bookkeeping. Course offerings include: Bookkeeping I and Bookkeeping II. Also Offered Is Financial Accounting For Non-Financial Managers. This course is valuable for non-financial group leaders, project managers, program managers, department heads and others from both the public and private sectors who wish to develop a financial toolkit to compliment their existing professional or technical skills. A working knowledge of financial principles and their application is essential for a manager to be effective. This course transforms financial and accounting language and concepts into decision-making tools the non-financial manager can use successfully every day. Courses vary each semester. Call for the more information.   NassauACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPINGMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
ACCOUNTING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a program designed specifically for individuals who are currently employed and who will enroll as part-time students over a period of at least four semesters. The curriculum includes four standard collegiate accounting courses which must be taken in sequence. Students who wish to continue their studies after completing this program will find that all courses are acceptable toward the A.S. and A.A.S degrees in accounting.SuffolkACCOUNTING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
ACCOUNTING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSOffers two certificates in accounting that are meant for individuals who want to start a career in accounting or move up in their current career. Certificates include: Basic Certificate in Accounting and Advanced Certificate in Accounting (Post-Baccalaureate). Call for more detailed information.ACCOUNTING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSADELPHI UNIVERSITY-CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
ADULT CPR-AED CERTIFICATIONLearn how to act in an emergency; recognize the signs and symptoms of a heart attack; and respond to an adult who stops breathing, is choking or whose heart has stopped beating. Learn how to use a defibrillator. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauADULT CPR-AED CERTIFICATIONHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
ADULT FITNESS PROGRAMOffers an individualized approach with tailored exercise programs, nutrition counseling, and recreational activities. The program includes a team of exercise physiologists and staff members certified by the American College of Sports Medicine which performs comprehensive fitness evaluations and develops individualized programs. Participants are motivated to achieve their fitness goals as they learn how to exercise properly, efficiently, and safely. Memberships are available on a limited basis to University faculty, staff, students, and other adults in neighboring communities. All participants must be over the age of 18. Entry into the program is contingent upon the approval of the individual’s personal physician. A physician’s clearance form must be submitted in order to participate in the exercise program. Call for more detailed information.NassauADULT FITNESS PROGRAMADELPHI UNIVERSITY
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSISOffers a 24-credit graduate level Advanced Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis which is designed for individuals who wish to receive a formal background in the theory and practice of applied behavior analysis. Behavior analysis is used most widely with clinical populations in the area of developmental disabilities, including but not limited to clients diagnosed as autistic. Behavior analysts work with individuals at all age levels, from infancy through adulthood and old age, in settings that include schools, homes, day programs, communities, residential care settings, businesses and research laboratories. They function as individual clinicians or are employed in organizations in numerous fields including education, behavioral medicine, mental health, disability, and children’s services, business and institutions of higher learning. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSISLIU RIVERHEAD
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSISOffers a 29-credit Advanced Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis which meets the academic requirements for licensure as Licensed Behavior Analyst in accordance with Subpart 79-17 of the New York State Commissioner's Regulations. The program also meets the academic requirements for eligibility to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) examination. The certificate includes 6 optional, additional, elective credits of intensive supervised practicum (equaling 750 hours total on completion) that satisfy the BCBA experiential requirement. Students have the option of completing 29 core credits without the 6 credits of intensive supervised practicum. Taught by a diverse group of highly qualified faculty, the courses are designed to provide enriched theory; comprehensive training, practice and evaluation, and supervision in applied behavioral analysis as it relates to students with autism, autism spectrum disorders or related disorders. Contact the graduate admissions counselor for more detailed information.SuffolkADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSISST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN CYBER SECURITY POLICYOffers a 15-credit Advanced Certificate in Cyber Security Policy, which is available online. The program is a rigorous and academically challenging program of online graduate study that combines a strong theoretical base with a practical focus on the important policy issues confronting managers and executives working in the cyber security, information technology, and homeland security fields. Utilizing a seminar-based case study approach, the curriculum is designed to develop and refine the skills necessary to apply innovative approaches to problem solving and to achieve resilient and adaptive patterns of thinking. The five-course curriculum is crafted to reflect the complexities and multidisciplinary character of cyber security policy and practice, providing managers, executives and other professionals with the essential knowledge, insights and skills to develop and implement cogent cyber security policies in public- and private-sector organizations. It also equips students aspiring to careers in the cyber security sphere with the information, understanding, and capabilities the field requires of its professionals. Areas of focus include cyber terrorism, the application of cyber technology and cyber security in law enforcement and the Intelligence Community, technology issues for policy makers, and the intellectual property, civil liberties, and ethical issues that shape the practices of effective cyber security professionals. These areas of focus are set against a broader background of contemporary homeland security, homeland defense, and national security issues, threats, and strategies. The 15 credits of the Advanced Certificate in Cyber Security Management program may form the core curriculum of the 36-credit Master of Science degree in Homeland Security Management, permitting qualified students completing the Advanced Certificate to continue their studies and earn both the Advanced Certificate and the Master's degree without any loss of credit. The online Advanced Certificate in Cyber Security Policy consists of five courses (15 credits total) offered online: Introduction to Homeland Security Management; Constitutional Issues in Homeland Security Management; Cyber Security: Issues, Policy and Terrorism; Advanced Cyber Security Policy and Intelligence and Advanced Cyber Security: Technology Issues for Policy Makers. Please call for admission requirements and course descriptions.SuffolkADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN CYBER SECURITY POLICYLIU RIVERHEAD
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENTOffers The Health Care Management Certificate program which emphasizes the identification, analysis, and solutions of complex issues and problems facing the health care professional today. Students learn to evaluate techniques and develop strategic thinking skills so they can lead effectively, improve quality, increase productivity, and manage costs within their health care organizations. Sample course offerings include: Leadership And Managerial Development; Health Care Law and Medical Ethics; Health Care Services and Systems; Health Care Finance and Reimbursement and Health Care Operations Management. Contact the graduate admissions counselor for more detailed information.SuffolkADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENTST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN HOMELAND SECURITY MANAGEMENTOffers a 15-credit Advanced Certificate in Homeland Security Management, which is available online. The program is designed for professionals working in law enforcement, emergency management, the military, firefighting or HazMat operations, corporate or private security, the intelligence community, or any other homeland security field, as well as to those who aspire to pursue management careers in various homeland security fields. Part-time and full-time study options are available. The 15 credits of the Advanced Certificate program form the core curriculum of the 36-credit Master of Science degree in Homeland Security Management, permitting qualified students completing the Advanced Certificate to continue their studies and earn both the Advanced Certificate and the Master’s degree without any loss of credit. The online Advanced Certificate in Homeland Security Management consists of five courses (15 credits total): Introduction to Homeland Security Management; Constitutional Issues in Homeland Security Management; Domestic and International Terrorism; The Intelligence Function in Homeland Security Management and Homeland Security and the Private Sector. Please call for admission requirements and course descriptions.SuffolkADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN HOMELAND SECURITY MANAGEMENTLIU RIVERHEAD
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENTOffers the Human Resources Management Certificate program which provides practitioners with advanced study of current human resources trends and practices. An emphasis is placed on understanding the role of human resources within an organization, and developing human resources plans consistent with an organization’s strategic objectives. This program is also available online. Sample course offerings include: Leadership and Managerial Development; Strategic Human Resources Management; Staffing and Employee Development; Employment Law and Compensation and Benefits Management. Contact the graduate admissions counselor for more detailed information.   SuffolkADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENTST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN SERVICES LEADERSHIPOffers a 12 credit certificate which is designed for those working in or interested in transitioning to a leadership or senior level administrative role in one of the professions in the human services field. This certificate is also available online. Same course offerings include: Leading in Mission Driven Environments; Leadership Dimensions of Human Behavior; Financing the Mission of Human Services Work and Leadership Implications of Outcomes Evaluation. Contact the graduate admissions counselor for more detailed information.SuffolkADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN SERVICES LEADERSHIPST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMSOffers a 15 credit advanced certificate program in The Management of Health Information Systems which is designed to develop or enhance the students’ expertise in the planning, development, and implementation of health information systems. Students will focus on how health information systems can improve the delivery of health care with the latest methods and technologies for the collection, organization, use and evaluation of health care information. Sample course offerings include: Leadership And Managerial Development; Management Of Health Care Information Systems; Health Care Services and Systems; Project Management and Strategic Planning in Health Care Information Systems. Contact the graduate admissions counselor for more detailed information.SuffolkADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMSST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (TESOL)Offers the Advanced Certificate program in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL, K-12). This mostly online program is designed to accommodate the scheduling needs of Suffolk County teachers. The Advanced Certificate program prepares you to help children in all grades overcome language barriers and learn how to speak the English language effectively. You will also develop a greater awareness of the special needs of children in multilingual/multicultural school districts. The 22-credit Advanced Certificate in TESOL, K-12 is for students who already have teaching certification in another area. The program leads to eligibility for initial and professional NYS Certification in TESOL, preparing students to teach English to speakers of other languages in K through 12 classrooms. In order to meet the New York State Education Department's licensing requirements, students must have taken, as part of their general education course work, 12 semester hours or the equivalent of study of a language other than English. If this requirement is not met on admission to the program, it can be met concurrent to the student's completing program requirements. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (TESOL)LIU RIVERHEAD
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE SCHOOL BUILDING LEADEROffers an Advanced Certificate Program which provides the administrative candidate the theory and practice necessary in the preparation for becoming a School Building Leader. The course of study includes educational leadership and administration, educational law, policy and ethics, curriculum and instruction, and an administrative practicum at the school building level. Upon completion of the program, the administrative candidate will have been exposed to the knowledge, skills and dispositions required of school building leaders, thereby providing a strong foundation for taking the NYS SBL certification examination. Sample course offerings include: Educational Leadership: Theory and Practice; Educational Law, Policy and Ethics; School Administration: Theory and Practice; Supervision of Curriculum and Instruction and School Building Leader Internship. Contact the graduate admissions counselor for more detailed information.SuffolkADVANCED CERTIFICATE SCHOOL BUILDING LEADERST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE SCHOOL DISTRICT LEADER (SDL)Offers students The School District Leader (SDL) Advanced Certificate Program which provides the administrative candidate the theory and practice necessary in the preparation for becoming a School District Leader. The course of study includes educational leadership and administration, educational law, policy and ethics, curriculum and instruction, school business administration, pupil personnel services and two administrative practica, one at the building level and one at the district level. Upon completion of the program, the administrative candidate will have been exposed to the knowledge, skills and dispositions required of school district leaders, thereby providing a strong foundation for taking the NYS SDL certification examination. Sample course offerings include: Educational Leadership: Theory and Practice; Educational Law, Policy and Ethics; School Administration: Theory and Practice; Supervision of Curriculum and Instruction; School Building Leader Internship; The Administrator and Pupil Personnel Services; School District Internship and School Business Administration. Contact the graduate admissions counselor for more detailed information.SuffolkADVANCED CERTIFICATE SCHOOL DISTRICT LEADER (SDL)ST. JOSEPH'S 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
ALCOHOLISM AND CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAMOffers the CASAC 350-Hour Standardized Curriculum and the program has been re-designed so that the courses listed are the courses needed to complete the 350 hours. The New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYS-OASAS) has changed the requirements for the Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC/CASAC-T) certification as of September 1, 2013. 350 clock hours for the program will still be required. However, in the past, candidates could take the 350 clock hours with more than one provider or school and could also choose to take electives within each of the four sections of the program. Those seeking their CASAC certification must now take the 350 educational hours with one provider or school, and there are no longer elective courses. The program consists of 24 courses that vary in length from 3-29 hours and together total 350 hours. Sample course list includes: Adolescent Treatment: From Intake to Discharge; Case Finding and Treatment Planning in Chemical Dependency Treatment; Case Management: Principles and Techniques for Substance Abuse Counselors; Client/Counselor Interaction; Community Education and Prevention; Competencies And Methods of Counseling; Counseling Special Populations and Cultural Competencies; Drug Courts & the Mandated Client; Ethics And Confidentiality in Professional Practice (12 hours in-class, plus 2 hour Mandated Reporter Training Online); Family Dynamics and Family Treatment in Chemical Dependency; From Street to Rehab: Assessment, Evaluation & Planning; Fundamentals of Group Counseling For Chemical Dependency Treatment; Health, Wellness and Communicable Diseases; Integrating Spirituality Into Treatment; Introduction to Addictive Behaviors; Introduction to Diagnostic Criteria; Overview of Chemical Dependency And Its Treatment; Physiology, Pharmacology And Addiction; Physiology, Pharmacology And Addiction Part II; Relapse Prevention; Self Help Groups; Strategies for Engaging the Difficult Client; Tobacco and Vocational Rehabilitation in Substance Abuse Treatment. Please note: not all courses are offered every semester. A certificate will be awarded upon satisfactory completion of each course and at the completion of the program. Those For further information on the credentialing process and requirements, please visit the OASAS webpage at: https://www.oasas.ny.gov/sqa/credentialing/index.cfm or contact the Credentialing Unit staff at 1-800-482-9564. Staff are available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Re-credentialing Requirements: Those students who are already CASAC’s and must renew their credential with NYS-OASAS must document 60 clock hours of education and training related to alcoholism and substance abuse. Renewal of your CASAC credential is done every three years. All of the courses listed under the CASAC program are approved for re-credentialing. For clarification of exam requirements, categorization of courses, re-credentialing requirements, exam schedules and/or to request an application for the CASAC exam please contact the OASAS Credentialing Unit at 1-800-482-9564 or visit them on the web at http://www.oasas.ny.gov.   NassauALCOHOLISM AND CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAMMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ALICE BROWN EARLY LEARNING CENTERProvides high-quality child care to the Adelphi faculty, staff, students and the surrounding community. The mission of the Alice Brown Early Learning Center (ELC) is to offer a high quality experiential learning environment to faculty, employees, students and early childhood professionals. At the ELC, they believe that an optimal environment is one where learning is rooted in play-based, multisensory, language-rich experiences that foster meaningful and reciprocal relationships and nurtures the continued development and learning of all participants. The Alice Brown Early Learning Center facility is a state of the art complex that fosters the education and socialization of children, in coordination with their parents. The center accepts children from 18 months to 6 years old. Full-day care is available five days per week and part-week care consists of two or three full days per week. The Alice Brown Early Learning Center was awarded accreditation through the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Call for further information regarding program information and tuition. 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.NassauALICE BROWN EARLY LEARNING CENTERADELPHI UNIVERSITY
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS CONTINUING EDUCATION SERIES (AIA-CES) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ARCHITECTSCovers a variety of topics critical to the contemporary practice of the profession. All offerings are registered and approved by AIA for professional continuing education credits and are valid for meeting the requirements for AIA membership and state licensure. Course offerings include: Audubon House: From Here to Sustainability; Light Gauge Metal Framing: The Sustainable Alternative; Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterpiece: The S.C. Johnson Wax Administration Building; AUTOBAHN: Das Road; Maginot Line: Triumph of Military Engineering; Boeing 747-100: The Plane That Changed the World; Going Up! Going Down! A History of the Otis Elevator Company; Penn Station: Fall from Grace; Woolworth Building: Cathedral in the Clouds; Expanded Blueprint Reading; Solar PV and Thermal Essentials; Blueprint Reading; Fallingwater: The Most Beautiful House in the World; Bridging the Hudson; Design Outlaws: Inventing the Future; Levittown USA: Birthplace of Suburbia; Rockefeller Center; Boeing 747; Unisphere: Biggest World on Earth; Gateway Arch Structure; Lady Liberty’s centennial Restoration; White House Redux: the Gut Renovation of the Executive Mansion; Tennessee Valley Authority; Truth Against the World: The Life and Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright; Pennsylvania Turnpike: Road of Tomorrow; Sydney Opera House: On the Edge of the Possible; Rockefeller Center: City within a City; The Woolworth Building: At Home in the Clouds; Pennsylvania Station; Universal Design: Accessible and Usable Buildings; Town and Country: A Garden City for America; Gateway Arch: Monument to a Dream and Presidents on the Rocks: The Making of Mount Rushmore. Courses and course locations vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure.NassauAMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS CONTINUING EDUCATION SERIES (AIA-CES) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ARCHITECTSNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE (ASL)/DEAF STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a 200 hour program that is composed of a sequence of noncredit courses that leads to a clear level of competency in American Sign Language while providing students with the skills and knowledge they need to work in the deaf-related careers. The certificate is awarded to students who successfully complete all required courses plus eight (8) workshops of the student’s choice. The courses and workshops in this program are continually updated and rotated in the summer, spring and fall. Affiliated instructors are members of both the hearing and deaf communities. Those who complete the certificate program may choose to pursue further studies in an interpreter program. Required courses include: ASL I, ASL II, ASL III, ASL IV, ASL V, ASL VI, ASL VII and Issues and Trends in Deaf Culture. Additional course offerings include: ASL Semantics Workshop; ASL Fingerspelling; ASL Conversational; ASL Practice Sessions; Medical ASL: For Medical, Emergency, and Counseling Situations; ASL Vocabulary; ASL Storytelling; ASL Classifiers; ASL Linguistics 1; ASL Idioms; ASL Linguistics 2; Deaf History; ASL Games; ASL Numbers; English to ASL Interpretation: Overcoming Nerves When Signing: Mindfulness and ASL Workshop; Introduction to American Sign Language for Teens (Grades 7-12) and Advanced ASL Immersion Course. Courses may be taken on an individual basis without participating in the certificate program. Call for more information.NassauAMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE (ASL)/DEAF STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
AMMERMAN CAMPUSSituated on 156 wooded acres in Selden, is the oldest of the three SCCC campuses with an enrollment of over 14,000 students. It offers a wide array of programs in the liberal arts and sciences, visual and performing arts, engineering and computer sciences, as well as technological training in electronics, telecommunications, computers, drafting and construction. A new state-of-the-art automotive training facility houses the Automotive Service Specialist program. Nursing, Physical Therapist Assistant, Human Services and American Sign Language are among some of the highly regarded health career programs that offer students clinical training. A fully equipped campus studio provides hands-on experience for the Radio and Television Production students, and Fitness Specialist majors work with the most up-to-date exercise training equipment. The campus also features a full spectrum of programs in business, accounting and paralegal studies with opportunities for credit-bearing internships.SuffolkAMMERMAN CAMPUSSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
ARCHITECTUREOffers Architecture Courses. Course offerings include: Utilizing AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor 2019 and Revit MEP Fundamentals. Courses vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure.NassauARCHITECTURENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
ART AND DESIGNOffers non-credit course offerings which will provide students with general knowledge and the development of intellectual abilities while exploring areas of interest or curiosity. Sample Art course includes: At the Potter's Wheel: A Pottery Workshop. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauART AND DESIGNHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
ART AND DESIGNOffers courses in: Drawing for Beginner and Intermediate Levels; Acrylic Painting; Beginning Crocheting; Intermediate Crocheting; Paint With Acrylics and Watercolor Painting. Courses vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure.NassauART AND DESIGNNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
ART GALLERIESOffers Art Galleries and Museums that are open to the public. The Hillwood Art Museum located on the second floor of Hillwood Commons, presents a year-round schedule of temporary exhibitions that cover topics from antiquity to the cutting edge of contemporary art, while objects from the Permanent Collection may be seen year-round in the Permanent Collection Gallery at the Museum. The 4500 square foot space boasts a beautiful curved gallery which Phyllis Braff of The New York Times has called "one of the Island's most dramatic showcases for art" Hillwood Art Museum's impressive and eclectic Permanent Collection consists of objects dating from the earliest of man's endeavors in the creation of art to contemporary art. An active, and well attended, Education Program incorporating Family Day activities, the Tuesday Evening Lecture and Performance Series, as well as extensive hands-on programs for Visiting Schools from the surrounding community is the pride of the Museum's endeavors. The Art League Students Gallery located in the main lobby of Hillwood Commons is home to the Art League Students Gallery, which exhibits undergraduate and graduate students' artwork. Exhibits range from one-person shows to small group exhibits, and include displays of ceramics, paintings, mixed media, computer graphics, and other mediums. Hours vary, but admission is free. Also offered is the Hutchins Gallery Located in the lower level of the Library, Hutchins Gallery is a magnificent exhibit hall which features the sculpture and painting of local artists, faculty and students and The Interactive Multimedia Arts Gallery which is a web site for the exhibition of the works of graduate students who are further developing their creative ability in an interactive digital environment. For additional information, contact the Department of Multimedia Arts at 516-299-2382. For additional information on all the galleries and museums please contact the Art Department at 516-299-2464 or e-mail artdept@cwpost.liu.edu. NassauART GALLERIESLIU POST
ART GALLERIESBrings outstanding local and nationally known artists and their work to the college in order to enrich the experiences of students, faculty, and the surrounding communities. The galleries also serve as a venue for the exhibition of artwork done by Suffolk's students and faculty. Receptions and lectures are usually held in conjunction with most exhibits, all of which are free and open to the public. Check the Calendar of Events for upcoming art exhibits. Galleries include the Maurice N. Flecker Memorial Gallery located on the Ammerman Campus, The Lyceum Gallery located on the Eastern Campus and Gallery West located on the Grant Campus. Call for detailed information regarding each gallery.SuffolkART GALLERIESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
ARTHUR O. EVE HIGHER EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (HEOP)Experience support, connection, and opportunity as part of the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP), which is offered at NYIT-Manhattan. Sponsored jointly with the state of New York, Arthur O. Eve HEOP allows NYIT to achieve its mission of providing educational opportunity to all qualified students. We assist students who may have financial and academic hardship and would otherwise be unable to earn a college degree. Depending on your needs and circumstances, we may offer financial assistance for tuition, books, transportation, and some personal expenses. You may also receive academic and personal counseling, study skills training, tutoring, and career counseling. If you have never attended college, you may be eligible for Arthur O. Eve HEOP if you:Have lived in New York state for one year prior to the time of your admission to NYIT; Have earned or will soon earn a high school diploma or approved equivalent; Meet the income guidelines issued by the New York State Education Department; Have been unable to secure admission to the major of your choice through NYIT’s regular admission procedures; Demonstrate potential to succeed in college. If you have previously attended college, you may be eligible for Arthur O. HEOP if you: Have lived in New York state for one year prior to the time of your admission to NYIT;Have participated in an educational opportunity program such as SEEK/CD or EOP; Earned a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher. If you are accepted to Arthur O. Eve HEOP at NYIT, you will have an outstanding opportunity to take charge of your future. You will take on some important responsibilities, including: Attending a five-week, full-time summer program before you begin your first year at NYIT. This program focuses on strengthening reading, writing, math, and study skills. The curriculum also includes cultural trips, seminars on social adjustments, and a variety of leadership workshops. Carrying a full-time course load during the fall and spring semesters each year at NYIT. Regularly attending all classes. Participating in tutoring and group and individual counseling sessions as recommended or assigned. Committing your full attention and dedication to the goals of completing your degree. Call for more detailed information.NassauARTHUR O. EVE HIGHER EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (HEOP)NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
AR VR: UNITY CERTIFICATEDeveloped a certificate program in response to the rapidly growing demand for Virtual Reality (VR)/ Augmented Reality (AR)/Mixed Reality (MR) education. Incorporating the core of game development technology, this noncredit program provides students with VR/AR/MR production skills relevant to current and emerging professions in NYC’s creative industries. Certification will be built from an industry-vetted badge through the endorsement of select U.S. industry studios. This certificate program is composed of three 32-hour modules and will be held at our New York City campus. For more information and course schedule, please email exted@nyit.edu or call 516.686.7490.NassauAR VR: UNITY CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
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
AUTOMOTIVEOffers courses in: Introduction to Automotive Oscilloscope Diagnostics; Introduction to Specialized Automotive Electronics Training; Automotive Electronic Schematics and Vehicle Accessory Diagnostics; Hands-On Lab Scope Skills Development; 21st Century Brake Service and Introduction to Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) Maintenance and Repair. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkAUTOMOTIVESUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE AND LIGHT REPAIR (MLR) CERTIFICATEOffers a one-year program that prepares students as entry level automotive technicians for positions in independent repair shops, dealerships and franchise automotive facilities. This program covers the entry level tasks and knowledge required to succeed in the workplace. Students who successfully complete the Automotive and Light Repair certificate program will be able to apply the credits to Suffolk County Community College’s Automotive Service Specialist, A.A.S. degree program. Students interested in applying to the A.A.S. degree program should strongly consider taking academic coursework in addition to the MLR required courses. All students applying to the Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair certificate program will be required to attend a mandatory program information session. Students in the Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair program will be required to have a valid driver’s license; violations resulting in points on a driver’s license abstract may impact a student’s ability to complete program cooperative course requirements. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkAUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE AND LIGHT REPAIR (MLR) CERTIFICATESUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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 CAMPOffers numerous summer camps and clinics throughout the year for student-athletes of varying ages looking to have some fun and improve their skills. Offers Baseball Camp. Call for more detailed information.NassauBASEBALL CAMPADELPHI UNIVERSITY
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 SCIENCES FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS: CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Basic Sciences for Health Professions for those students who intend to apply to medical, dental, veterinary, and osteopathic medical schools and who hold an undergraduate degree in a non-science major and must complete basic science course work in order to apply to those schools. These students can complete the required courses, gain valuable volunteer experience, and prepare for the graduate admissions test in an intense, rewarding year of study. This Basic Sciences for Health Professions certificate program focuses on all factors that are important to medical school applications, including science course work, medical volunteer experience, attaining good scores on the MCAT (the medical graduate admissions test), and securing important recommendations from academic and medical professionals. This 34-credit program is just what you need to gain acceptance into the school of your choice. Throughout this medical school prep program in New York, students receive personalized academic and application advising through the Office of Pre-Professional Advisement. This certificate program allows students to: Complete the course work required for application to most medical, dental, veterinary, or osteopathic medical schools in one calendar year; Complete core certificate requirements in three semesters of intensive study; Gain on-site volunteer experience in the health professions that is critical to a successful medical school application; prepare for the MCAT and other standardized graduate admissions tests and acquire important recommendations necessary in the competitive environment of medical school applications. Special Features of the program include: Pre-Health Professions Advising; Pre-Health Professions Committee Letters of Reference; Volunteer Work and Glide Year. Call for more detailed information.NassauBASIC SCIENCES FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS: CERTIFICATEADELPHI UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES
BASIC SCIENCES FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS: CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Basic Sciences for Health Professions for those students who intend to apply to medical, dental, veterinary, and osteopathic medical schools and who hold an undergraduate degree in a non-science major and must complete basic science course work in order to apply to those schools. These students can complete the required courses, gain valuable volunteer experience, and prepare for the graduate admissions test in an intense, rewarding year of study. This Basic Sciences for Health Professions certificate program focuses on all factors that are important to medical school applications, including science course work, medical volunteer experience, attaining good scores on the MCAT (the medical graduate admissions test), and securing important recommendations from academic and medical professionals. This 34-credit program is just what you need to gain acceptance into the school of your choice. Throughout this medical school prep program in New York, students receive personalized academic and application advising through the Office of Pre-Professional Advisement. This certificate program allows students to: Complete the course work required for application to most medical, dental, veterinary, or osteopathic medical schools in one calendar year; Complete core certificate requirements in three semesters of intensive study; Gain on-site volunteer experience in the health professions that is critical to a successful medical school application; prepare for the MCAT and other standardized graduate admissions tests and acquire important recommendations necessary in the competitive environment of medical school applications. Special Features of the program include: Pre-Health Professions Advising; Pre-Health Professions Committee Letters of Reference; Volunteer Work and Glide Year. Call for more detailed information.BASIC SCIENCES FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONS: CERTIFICATEADELPHI UNIVERSITY-CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
B. DAVIS SCHWARTZ MEMORIAL LIBRARYAny member of the public is invited to conduct research, read a book, or relax in our four-story library, which is one of the largest research libraries in the nation. LIU alumni, members of the Post Library Association, and Village of Brookville residents are allowed borrowing privileges with an LIU card. Call fore more detailed information.NassauB. DAVIS SCHWARTZ MEMORIAL LIBRARYLIU POST
BILINGUAL CERTIFICATE EXTENSIONOffers a certificate extension program which is suitable for teachers who have basic certifications in Early Childhood, Early Childhood Special Education, Childhood Education and/or Childhood Special Education, and Secondary Education. The courses offered are appropriate for teachers who, in addition to English, are proficient in another language and who wish to continue their expertise in teaching by acquiring knowledge and developing competencies working in a bilingual classroom or as a teacher of students with speech and language disabilities. Contact the graduate admissions counselor for more detailed information.SuffolkBILINGUAL CERTIFICATE EXTENSIONST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
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
BILINGUAL SCHOOL COUNSELING ADVANCED CERTIFICATEOffers an Advanced Certificate in Bilingual School Counseling. Develop your skills and knowledge in the cultural context necessary to work with today’s ethno-linguistically diverse students and families. According to recent New York City Department of Education demographic reports, 12.5 percent of New York City students are ELLs, and 41.8 percent of city students report speaking a language other than English at home. Bilingual school counselors are needed not only to help these students at school, but to help their families bridge the gap between home life and the classroom. Our advanced certificate program consists of 15 credits of coursework, including field experience, that will prepare you to work with bilingual/ELL students and their families. Upon successfully completing the program, you will need to pass the New York State Bilingual Assessment (BEA) to receive NYSED certification. Call for more detailed information.NassauBILINGUAL SCHOOL COUNSELING ADVANCED CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
BOYS BASKETBALL CAMPOffers numerous summer camps and clinics throughout the year for student-athletes of varying ages looking to have some fun and improve their skills. Offers the Dave Duke Panther Basketball Camp. We are ecstatic to announce the 3rd annual Dave Duke Panther Basketball Camp. We believe our staff, which has more than 30 combined years of collegiate coaching experience, is uniquely qualified to provide valuable basketball knowledge to campers. The central tenet of our camps will be the same as the central tenet of our collegiate program: to create a family atmosphere for our campers based on having fun, maintaining a positive attitude and treating everybody fairly. This will allow campers of different ages and skill levels to thrive under our tutelage. Dave Duke Panther Basketball Camps are conducted at Adelphi University in the fully air conditioned Center for Recreation and Sports on 3 full sized basketball courts with 12 baskets. All camp instruction is provided by Adelphi University's coaching staff and Adelphi players with an emphasis on individual skill development, team concepts and 5 on 5 live play. Daily camp schedules also include fundamental skills stations with a new Skill of the Day everyday, 3 on 3 games, competitions, contests, giveaways and more. Our programs focus on teaching life skills through the game of basketball in a positive and enthusiastic setting. Come enjoy a great summer camp on campus with our staff and players! Call for more detailed information.NassauBOYS BASKETBALL CAMPADELPHI UNIVERSITY
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
BUSINESS AND DATA ANALYTICS CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers courses where you will learn the basics of analytics including the basics of information description such as qualitative and quantitative data, conducting group comparisons, understanding probability distributions, how to create developing hypothesis tests, creating prediction models used in machine learning such as regression, and how to apply the techniques for business solutions. In the first part you will use Excel to understand how to describe data, and categorize different variables, as well as understand how data is distributed. In addition, you will learn about probability and its importance in conducting analysis. Finally, the course will show you how to generate appropriate sample sizes for testing. The second part uses excel to conduct confidence intervals for population parameters, understanding group comparisons such as the t-test. You will also use Excel to develop simple regression models, and multiple regression for predictions. Regression topics will include the inclusion of dummy variables for categorical variables, transformation of dependent variables, and assessing the prediction model. Sample course offerings include: Basics of Analytics - Understanding Data and Analysis and Statistical Concepts and Machine Learning Introduction. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauBUSINESS AND DATA ANALYTICS CERTIFICATE PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONSProvides residents of Nassau, Suffolk and Queens a business communication program designed to enable professionals to achieve new levels of success. Hofstra University’s Business Communication Program is designed to help professionals succeed in Long Island’s vibrant marketplace and beyond. Regardless of your current position, having 21st century communication skills provide the competitive advantage you need now. Hofstra offers coursework for students seeking to learn or sharpen 21st century skills in: Confident Communications; Public Speaking with Confidence; Become a Confident Business Writer!; Digital and Social Media Marketing Intensive and One Day Blogging Intensive. Call for more detailed information.NassauBUSINESS COMMUNICATIONSHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a program designed primarily for the individual who currently holds a middle management position in business and who has had little or no college-level education in related subject areas. This program is also useful to those individuals who aspire to managerial positions and wish to acquire some of the essential qualifications through formal study. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBUSINESS MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BUSINESS: RETAIL MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT / CERTIFICATE Offers a certificate program that is designed for those seeking a position in the field of retailing, as well as those currently employed in a retailing capacity who may need to acquire specific retailing background and skills. The certificate concept allows the student to accomplish this goal in the shortest passage of time, while providing the student with employable skills. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBUSINESS: RETAIL MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT / CERTIFICATE SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BUSINESS SKILLSOffers business skills courses such as: Medical Billing/Invoicing; ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding; Dare to Be Powerful: Influential Assertive Communication Training for Business; Conflict Management: Make Your Anger Work For You, Not Against You!; Small Business Accounting and Record Keeping; Advanced ICD-10/CPT Coding; Current Procedural Terminology Coding; Resume Writing And Effective Strategies To Assist In The Job Search Process; Practical Guide For A New Investor and Small Business Branding And Marketing. Courses vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure.NassauBUSINESS SKILLSNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
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
CAMPUS CONNECTIONSIn collaboration with Community Mainstreaming Associates (CMA), offers classes for young adults (18+) with autism and other intellectual disabilities. All classes and activities take place on the Hofstra campus. The program allows young adults to have inclusive interactions with peers on campus, and to connect with many campus resources, based on their individual interests and career goals. Students will become acquainted with campus life by dining at the Mack Student Center; visiting the Hofstra Bookstore, the Hofstra University Museum, WRHU-88.7 FM (Radio Hofstra University) studios, and video studios; meeting with Hofstra’s athletic teams; and exploring the athletic facilities. A comprehensive social skills curriculum, which includes exercises and class discussions, as well as daily interactions with different student groups on campus, will help students feel comfortable in a campus setting. Call for more detailed information.NassauCAMPUS CONNECTIONSHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
CAMPUS KIDS CHILDREN'S LEARNING CENTERProvides a comprehensive, developmentally appropriate child care program for children between the ages of six weeks and five years. They are licensed by the New York State Department of Social Services; are open to children of SCCC students, faculty, and staff; Suffolk County employees; and community residents. They offer affordable rates, a sliding fee schedule, and a variety of child care tuition assistance programs. The programs provide a warm, safe, healthy, caring and stimulating environment, provide flexible scheduling options that allows parents to work or attend college with the knowledge that their children will be nearby and welcome parents to visit their children whenever they choose. The programs carefully select staff for their educational background, early childhood training, teaching experience, and their sensitivity to the individual needs of young children. They maintain an adult to child ratios that meet or exceed the requirements set by the New York State Department of Social Services and serve breakfast, lunch and snacks according to New York State Department of Health nutritional requirements. The centers are Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). 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.SuffolkCAMPUS KIDS CHILDREN'S LEARNING CENTERSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CAREER BUILDING AND CAREER SEMINARSOffers Career Development courses. Course offerings instructor-facilitated online career courses. Sample course offerings include: Resume Writing Workshop; Introduction to Linkedin Career Networking; Twelve Steps To A Successful Job Search and Individual Excellence. Also offered are career seminars for those who might want to change their career path. Molloy College offers a series of career seminars in a variety of different professions. The following are a sample of career seminars that are being offered: Credentialed Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counselor; Health Information Management; Home Inspection; Human Resources; Interior Design; Medical Assistant; Nonprofit Management; Pharmacy Technician; Paralegal Studies and Real Estate. Our career seminars are led by experienced professionals who will offer real advice about career and academic paths and talk about both the satisfactions and challenges of their chosen careers. Career seminars vary each semester. Call for more detailed information and current seminar offerings.NassauCAREER BUILDING AND CAREER SEMINARSMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CAREER DEVELOPMENTOffers courses that will help you evaluate your skill set, identify your “dream” job, and get started on the path to success, including new online courses. Sample course offerings include: Public Speaking with Confidence, Become a Confident Business Writer!; Confident Communications; What Career is Right for Me? and What's Next in your Career? Making Decisions and Moving Forward. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauCAREER DEVELOPMENTHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
CAREER DEVELOPMENTOffers courses in career development. Course offering includes: Finding a Pathway to a Successful Career and Life; Effective Job Search Planning; Networking; Resume Preparation; Job Search Letters That Get Results; Effective Interview Skills; and Interview Practice Session. Career courses and locations vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure.NassauCAREER DEVELOPMENTNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAM (CHSEE) PREPOffers a preparation class for eighth graders planning to attend any of the ten Catholic high schools on Long Island. Students review the math, reading, writing, vocabulary and grammar skills on the exam, and learn test-taking strategies to help them work faster and more confidently to maximize their score. All materials are included. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information. NassauCATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAM (CHSEE) PREPMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CENTER FOR COMMUNITY INCLUSIONProvides families, educators, early interventionists, medical professionals, employers and the community at large with resources to support individuals with disabilities, enabling them to become active members of their communities and meet their full potential in all aspects of life. The CCI provides multi-faceted assistance and enrichment through a variety of resources, services, events, programs, seminars, and workshops. The Center on Community Inclusion at the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University is dedicated to providing resources to school districts, service providers and families so that individuals with disabilities will meet with success in inclusive environments. The CCI offers a variety of programs to the community including: intensive autism training for professionals in the special needs field, programs that build family bonds and communication, and workshops that build independence, confidence and skills in individuals with special needs. For more information contact the CCI at 516-299-2231 or e-mail kathleen.feeley@liu.edu.NassauCENTER FOR COMMUNITY INCLUSIONLIU POST
CENTER FOR CREATIVE RETIREMENTOffers a self-directed learning centers for retirees. CCR capitalizes on the variety of skills and life experiences of its members. Members act together to design their own programs, and contribute as presenters and discussion participants. CCR is educational and entertaining—stimulating and fun. If you are a retired person who seeks intellectual stimulation, meeting new people and active involvement, CCR is for you. As a s a CCR member, you are involved in a variety of activities which include: Presentations by members and discussions covering a wide variety of interesting topics; Member-led classes on each semester’s topics; Roundtable discussions of current events; Lectures by guest speakers; Day trips to museums, art galleries, and historic sites; Summer get-togethers at CCR member residences and Mid-term and end-of-term luncheons. CCR is administered through the Office of Continuing Education of Long Island University located on the campus of Suffolk Community College in Riverhead. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCENTER FOR CREATIVE RETIREMENTLIU RIVERHEAD
CENTER FOR DISTANCE LEARNINGOffers undergraduate degrees online in a broad spectrum of academic areas. Programs available throughout New York State.CENTER FOR DISTANCE LEARNINGSTATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK-EMPIRE STATE COLLEGE
CENTER FOR GIFTED YOUTHCommitted to the development of the intellectual potential of gifted children. It brings together two important elements of education for the gifted: extraordinary teachers recruited from leading high schools, middle schools and elementary schools in the metropolitan area and university-level facilities. These two factors, combined with an administrative and psychological team schooled in the needs of gifted children, give the Long Island University program unique strengths in producing positive benefits for young people admitted to the program. The Center for Gifted Youth's underlying philosophy should be understood by all considering its program for their children. The Center is committed to the development of the intellectual potential of each child. Its purpose is to provide learning experiences for children with superior intellectual ability that will deepen and extend their intellectual interests, as well as develop the skills of independent learning. Classes are taught at a faster pace and in greater depth than in most schools. The program is designed to augment programs in local schools. Call for information regarding admission procedures. An application is required. . NassauCENTER FOR GIFTED YOUTHLIU POST
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
CENTER FOR NONPROFIT LEADERSHIPPromotes excellence in leadership by providing multifaceted resources that are responsive to the needs of the nonprofit sector. The Center offers programs and services for executive directors, boards of directors and new and emerging leaders and their organizations. The Center is committed to supporting and building leadership in underserved communities. The mission of the Center for Nonprofit Leadership is based on a belief that organizational effectiveness is achieved through excellence in leadership. Based in the School of Social Work at Adelphi University, the Center for Nonprofit Leadership offers services that focus on four areas: Leadership development, targeting new and emerging leaders; Leadership support, providing resources for current executive directors; Leadership transition, working with departing leaders and their organizations and Nonprofit governance, focusing on the crucial work of the board of directors and its leadership role that includes strategic planning and merger exploration. The Center for Nonprofit Leadership addresses both leader development (individual skills) and leadership development (organizational skills). The delivery models vary according to need and include formal training, peer-to-peer networking, mentoring and onsite programs. Call for more detailed information.NassauCENTER FOR NONPROFIT LEADERSHIPADELPHI UNIVERSITY
CENTER FOR RECREATION AND SPORTS MEMBERSHIPSOffers alumni, family members of current faculty, staff and students as well as affiliates and local residents the opportunity to "have fun and be active" by joining one of the Center for Recreation and Sports (CRS) Membership Programs. All CRS membership programs allow the member to come and work out/play in our new, state of the art recreational facilities during regularly scheduled hours. These facilities include: State of the art, 5,000 sq.ft. Recreational Fitness Center including 28 cardio machines, Cybex selectorized weight circuit and 14 free weight stations, cable machines and a stretching area; 4 lane, 25 yard swimming pool; 1/10 mile indoor track with scenic views to the outdoors; 3 court gymnasium for basketball, volleyball and badminton; Indoor racket courts (1 conversion racquetball court and 1 dedicated squash court); Outdoor tennis courts (4) and Locker rooms with grooming stations and shower rooms. Recreation facility hours are available on the website. Recreation hours vary during Breaks, Intersession and the summer. Also, gymnasium hours are subject to change depending on athletic and recreation events being held. Call for additional information, times and fees. Also offered is a unique opportunity for CRS members, Adelphi University’s “Healthy Steps” program. This program is an intake and training process designed to guide participants towards maintaining an active lifestyle and enjoying a safe and highly effective exercise experience. All members will automatically be enrolled in (parts of) the Healthy Steps program and hopefully take advantage of the best Adelphi has to offer. Important: Review the Healthy Steps to an Active Lifestyle program information. (Additional fees may be required). Call for more detailed information.NassauCENTER FOR RECREATION AND SPORTS MEMBERSHIPSADELPHI UNIVERSITY
CENTER FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND HUMAN UNDERSTANDINGThe mission of the Center is to educate our community on historical events, and to promote issues of social justice and respect for human dignity through educational programming. Our vision is of a world in which each person can live in peaceful coexistence and pursue a life in freedom and dignity, and in which our citizens reflect upon their moral responsibilities. In addition to programs and events, we offer tours of our Holocaust museum which houses the largest collection of Holocaust artifacts in the region. The CSJHU office and Gallery are located in the Huntington Library on the College’s Ammerman Campus in Selden, NY. Hours of Operation; Monday through Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. when classes are in session. The collection features rare artifacts, memoirs, documents and photographs that are interpreted and presented in permanent and traveling exhibits. Guided tours are available for classes and groups. The Center’s staff also arranges diversity and intercultural programs that focus on social justice issues and promote themes of coexistence, tolerance, and respect for differences.SuffolkCENTER FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND HUMAN UNDERSTANDINGSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CENTER FOR WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENTEnhance your employees’ skills through customized training programs provided by subject specialists and experienced professionals from Nassau Community College’s Center for Workforce Development. We offer workforce training programs that will help your employees grow and your business thrive. Courses can be offered conveniently onsite at your location or on our beautiful campus. They can also be scheduled to meet the needs of your business and incorporate both credit bearing and non-credit courses. Courses are offered in the following topics: Communications; Critical Thinking; Project & Time Management; Customer Service; Leadership Essentials; Supervisory Skills; Human Resource Management; Workplace Literacy; Computer Literacy; English Language Skills; Spanish for the Workplace; Financial Management; Project Management and Industry Specific Offerings. Request more information by calling our training professionals at (516)572-7487 or sending an e-mail to cwd@ncc.edu.NassauCENTER FOR WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENTNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE AUTOCAD 2019Offers a certificate in AutoCAD as well as non-credit courses. This certificate is designed to build job mastery for the practicing construction professional architect, designer, engineer, programmer or technician. The courses presume no previous background in the use of AutoCAD however students who enroll in these classes are expected to have basic computer skills and know the basic principles of drafting. To earn the certificate in AutoCAD 2019 participants must complete all four courses. Courses may be taken individually for skill enhancement. NOTE: These courses are registered and approved by the AIA for professional continuing education, but are not approved for license renewal by the New York state licensing board for non-HSW credit. The courses include: AutoCAD Level I, AutoCAD Level II Part A, AutoCAD Level II Part B and AutoCAD III: 3-D Modeling and Rendering. Courses and course locations may vary each semester. Call for more information.NassauCERTIFICATE AUTOCAD 2019NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
CERTIFICATE IN 21ST CENTURY NOT-FOR-PROFIT MANAGEMENTOffers an 80-hour certificate in 21st Century Not-for-Profit Management. The program is designed for not-for profit administrators and staff, board members and volunteers, and individuals who may be interested in changing careers. Courses may also be taken on an individual basis without participating in the certificate program. Sample course offerings include: Fundamentals of Not-for-Profit Management; Building a Sustainable Fundraising Program; Not-for-Profit Financial and Legal Issues; Strategic 21st Century Marketing; Using Data and Research to Thrive and Grow; Grant Writing in a Challenging Economy; Creating a Major Gifts Program; Special Events Planning and Volunteer Management and 21st Century Fundraising and Awareness Initiatives. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauCERTIFICATE IN 21ST CENTURY NOT-FOR-PROFIT MANAGEMENTHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
CERTIFICATE IN ACCOUNTING: ADVANCEDOffers a certificate program if you’re considering a career in accounting or are looking to move up in your career. This 42-credit certificate program consists of undergraduate courses in accounting and business law. It also helps you meet the academic eligibility requirements to sit for the Uniform CPA examination in New York State. The purpose of the program is to prepare students for staff accounting positions in both business and nonprofit entities. Course work in this certificate program will help in meeting the prerequisites for the M.B.A. program with accounting specialization at Adelphi. Due to the sequential nature of the accounting courses, students can complete the certificate in six semesters or three years. Our advanced certificate program appeals to students who have a bachelor’s degree in business and want to become eligible to sit for the CPA exam in New York without completing a full M.B.A. program. It’s also good for students with a completed bachelor’s degree in any discipline other than accounting. Call for more detailed information and eligibility requirementsNassauCERTIFICATE IN ACCOUNTING: ADVANCEDADELPHI UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES
CERTIFICATE IN ACCOUNTING: BASICOffers a program you can start right away in bookkeeping and accounting—without committing to a four-year degree program. Our 30-hour Basic Certificate in Accounting program consists of undergraduate courses in accounting, finance, and business. During our accounting certificate programs on Long Island, you will explore the discipline of accounting and gain a basic understanding of accounting principles and techniques. The point is to get you qualified for entry-level accounting positions in business and nonprofit entities. Students completing this certificate may be able to find positions as bookkeepers, accounting clerks, credit authorizers and clerks, brokerage clerks, and payroll clerks. This certificate program also prepares you to sit for the Certified Bookkeeper (CB) exam. Part-time students can complete the certificate in four semesters or two years. However, depending on your prior course work, certain prerequisite courses may be required in order to gain entry into the FIN 330 course, which will increase the length of the program. If you’re looking for prep courses for CPAs in New York, this Accounting Basic Certificate program could be right for you. Call for more detailed information.NassauCERTIFICATE IN ACCOUNTING: BASICADELPHI UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES
CERTIFICATE IN BOOKKEEPING PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES USING QUICKBOOKSProvides you with the training required for a successful bookkeeping career. With convenient day and evening courses, you can earn your Bookkeeping Certificate and propel your career to new heights. This certificate program requires successful completion of four (4) required courses: Bookkeeping I; Bookkeeping II; Computerized Accounting Using Quickbooks and Excel for Accounting. Call for more detailed information.NassauCERTIFICATE IN BOOKKEEPING PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES USING QUICKBOOKSHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
CERTIFICATE IN COUNSELINGOffers a 12 credit certificate program that is designed to enable health and human services practitioners to apply essential counseling theory and techniques to meet client needs in a variety of institutional settings. Sample course offerings include: Principles of Counseling, Counseling Techniques; Mental Health and Crisis Intervention; Emotional/Behavioral Disturbance in Children and Youth; Child Abuse and Neglect; Alcoholism; Addictions and Dependencies; Family Counseling; Psychology of Personality and Abnormal Psychology. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN COUNSELINGST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN CRIMINOLOGY/CRIMINAL JUSTICEOffers a 24 credit certificate program that is geared toward students interested in the field of criminal justice. Students will receive both theoretical and practical exposure to the system and will develop widely applicable skills in research design and data analysis. Sample course offerings include; Introductory Sociology; Criminal Justice Administration; Research Methods in Criminal Justice; Political and Civil Rights; Social Problems; Corrections; Criminology; Sociological Theory and Applied Statistics. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counsel for specific requirements applicable to the certificate program.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN CRIMINOLOGY/CRIMINAL JUSTICEST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENTOffers a focused course of study aimed at improving management in the health care area, this 15 credit certificate will provide practitioners with general management principles and will promote financial effectiveness, increased productivity, strategic planning and quality improvement. Sample course offerings include: Health Care Management; Health Care Delivery System; Health Care Finance and Economics Internships in Health Administration and Computer Applications in Health Administration. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENTST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN RESOURCESOffers a 15 credit certificate program which has as its purpose the successful management of human resources in support of organizational effectiveness. It is designed to provide specialized study of such personnel management activities as work analysis, staffing, training and development, employee appraisal, compensation, enhancement of work environment, and personnel law and labor relations. Sample course offerings include: Process of Management; Organizational Behavior; Human Resources Management; Human Resources Law and Advanced Human Resources Management. This program is also available as an online course. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN HUMAN RESOURCESST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONSOffers a certificate which is designed to provide an introduction to the computer and its applications. Specifically, students will learn common uses of the microprocessor such as word processing, will develop essential programming skills, and will apply this knowledge to frequently encountered tasks within their professional areas. Sample course offerings include: Computer Applications I; Computer Applications II; Introduction to Computer Programming; Computer Programming; Business Systems and Design; Multimedia Applications and Advertising and Graphic Design. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONSST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN INTERIOR DECORATIONOffers a certificate program for adults who desire to pursue either a new or an alternative career as an interior decorator. Upon successful completion of eight, 10-week courses, five required and three electives, students will be awarded the Certificate in Interior Decoration. Students must apply for the Certificate in Interior Decoration upon completion of the program. Students may also take individual courses for personal enrichment. Courses include: Design Where It All Begins; Basic Drafting for Interior Decorators; Interior Decorating and Applications I; Business Practices for Interior Decorators; Kitchens and Baths; Accessories; Fabrics and Materials; Revit and Interior Design; Space Planning: Residential; Color Workshop for Interior Decorators; Resource Sampler Workshop; Lighting; Window Fashions; Portfolio Workshop - Color Rendering; The History of Furniture; Practical Decorating; Feng Shui and Healthy Living for Designers; Basic Feng Shui; AutoCad for Interior Decorators and Designing Custom Closets & Home Office Spaces. An Advanced Certificate in Interior Decoration requires that a total of 12 courses from the program to be successfully completed. Courses and course locations may vary each semester. Call for more information.NassauCERTIFICATE IN INTERIOR DECORATIONNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
CERTIFICATE IN LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISIONOffers a 12 credit certificate program that is designed to improve supervisory and managerial effectiveness. Through selected courses and a case-study orientation, the participants will learn to apply prominent theories and practices in employee management and development to commonly encountered problems and situations. Sample course offerings include: Process of Management; Organizational Behavior; Human Resources Management; Labor Relations; Human Resource Law; Labor Economics; and Industrial Psychology. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific management requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISIONST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN LEADERSHIP & PROJECT MANAGEMENTOffers a program consisting of the Concepts of Project Management (COPM) 30 hours and Negotiation and People Skills (NAPS) 9 hours will be provided to executives and senior managers, departmental supervisors, IT project coordinators, healthcare administrators, facility managers, office managers, and communication-technology personnel skills to enhance and improve their team leadership and project management knowledge. Participants that complete both classes will be issued a certificate of completion equivalent to 35 hours of continuing education credits required by Project Management Institute (ww.PMI.org), so that participants can take an examination to obtain a PMI, CAPM, or PMP designation. Courses can also be taken individually. Course offerings include; Concepts of Project Management; Negotiation and People Skills and Certificate in Leadership and Project Management. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information. NassauCERTIFICATE IN LEADERSHIP & PROJECT MANAGEMENTNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
CERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENTOffers a 27 credit certificate program that has been designed to educate students for the management of organizations in the business, non-profit, or public sector the latter includes the operations of the Federal, state and local government. Sample course offerings include; Process of Management; Fundamentals of Financial Accounting; Organizational Behavior; Human Resources Management; Writing for Effective Communication; Computer Applications I and Introduction to Computer Programming. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor regarding requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENTST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN MARKETING, ADVERTISING, AND PUBLIC RELATIONSOffers a 12 credit certificate program that has been developed to provide essential knowledge and skills in the interrelated areas of marketing, advertising, and public relations. There are two components of the certificate program. The first is composed of three required courses and the second is an elective course which enables students to direct their learning in support of their professional objectives. Sample course offerings include: Marketing; Marketing, Promotion and Advertising; Public Relations; Consumer Motivation and Behavior; Marketing Research and Advertising and Graphic Design. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate programs.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN MARKETING, ADVERTISING, AND PUBLIC RELATIONSST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIESOffers an 18 credit certificate program which is intended to provide either matriculated or non-matriculated students with a background of sufficient depth to enable them to have the skills and knowledge necessary to meet leadership needs in church affiliated settings. The program is designed to prepare students for roles of leadership and service in such areas as religious education, youth ministry, social outreach, marriage preparation and family ministry. Sample course offerings include: Belief and Unbelief in the Modern World; Quest for God; Adolescent Psychology; Introduction to Social Work; Sociology of the Family; Medieval Philosophy and Group Dynamics and Communication. Call for more detailed information or to speak to a counselor.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIESST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE IN TECHNICAL WRITINGOffers a certificate program in Technical Writing. Technical writers are in high demand, earning excellent salaries even at entry-level. When you add our Technical Writing Certificate to your degree, you become instantly more marketable as someone who has the tools necessary to communicate in the modern workforce. Whether your field is engineering, computer science, architecture, graphic design, or health and medicine, our technical writing program will give you 21st Century communication skills in web content and design, social media, and technical writing that will complement your degree and catch employers' attention. Learn from professors with real-world experience and get hands-on experience through internships at high-tech companies on Long Island and in New York. We also offer courses in video game design, medical writing, and digital document creation, and will continue to expand our program to teach new skills as they emerge. The Technical Writing Certificate is available either as a standalone program or as an addition to any NYIT degree, requiring only 15 credits beyond core requirements. Call for more detailed information.NassauCERTIFICATE IN TECHNICAL WRITINGNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
CERTIFICATE IN TRAINING AND STAFF DEVELOPMENTOffers a 12 credit certificate program that is designed to prepare practitioners to plan, implement, and evaluate education and training programs in a variety of institutional settings. Sample course offerings include: Introduction to Human Communication; Principles of Training and Staff Development; Training and Development Techniques and Practicum in Training and Development. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate program.SuffolkCERTIFICATE IN TRAINING AND STAFF DEVELOPMENTST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
CERTIFICATE PROGRAM - ADDICTIONSPromotes the psychodynamic understanding of current theoretical and practical approaches to the assessment and treatment of substance use disorders. Leading experts from the addictions field will discuss: The neurobiology of addiction; Psychopharmacology; Diagnostic assessment; Motivational interviewing and Empirically based evidence treatment approaches with adolescents and adults across a broad spectrum of culturally diverse populations. Topics incorporate an integrated approach to substance use disorder and mental health comorbidity, including behavioral addictions: sex, gambling and tobacco use. The course will synthesize lecture, case presentation and classroom discussion for 45 credit hours towards the completion of the New York State CASAC requirements of addiction-specific education and training (Section 1). Students can select one of two options and complete the CASAC-T education requirements by February. For Graduate Students of Adelphi University who have completed an elective in Addictions (Adelphi-SW727) PAC 1—45 clock hours and For all other postgraduate students who have not completed an elective in addiction and need to complete Section 1 of NYS OASAS training: PAC 2—85 clock hours. Call for more details.NassauCERTIFICATE PROGRAM - ADDICTIONSADELPHI UNIVERSITY-CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CERTIFICATE REVIT ARCHITECTURE 2019Offers a certificate that is designed to build job mastery for the practicing construction professional architect, designer, engineer, programmer, or technician. The courses presume no previous background in the use of Revit, but those who enroll are expected to have basic computer skills and knowledge of the basic principles of drafting. To earn the certificate in Revit Architecture 2019, each participant must complete all three courses, which may be taken in different semesters. Courses also may be taken individually for skill enhancement. Course offerings include: Introduction to Revit; Intermediate Revit and Advanced Autodesk Revit Architecture. Courses vary each semester. Call for more details.NassauCERTIFICATE REVIT ARCHITECTURE 2019NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
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
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER (CFP)Offers residents of Nassau, Suffolk and Queens a unique Certified Financial Planner Program with a curriculum focused on developing 21st century financial planning skills. This intensive program prepares accountants, attorneys, bankers, insurance agents, brokers, security representatives and other professionals to better help their clients achieve their financial goals. In association with the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc., Hofstra University Continuing Education also offers this program to prepare individuals with the educational requirements to qualify for the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) exam. To qualify for the exam, students must successfully complete seven courses. Sample Course offerings include: Fundamentals of Financial Planning; Risk and Insurance Planning; Investment Planning; Income Tax Planning; Employee Benefits and Retirement Planning; Estate Planning and Certified Financial Planning Capstone Case Applications. Call for more detailed information.NassauCERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER (CFP)HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTOffers the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program, in partnership with the VEEB School of Nursing. Students will learn patient care techniques such as grooming, feeding, transporting and administering treatments as well as how to document patients’ vital signs and symptoms. Course topics include: anatomy, physiology, nutrition, infection control, and legal and ethical policies. CNAs can work in a variety of settings including hospitals, nursing homes, adult day cares and assisted living facilities. This course prepares students to provide nursing care to the elderly and those with cognitive and mental disabilities. Students must complete the full 120 hours of training (90 classroom/lab hours and 30 clinical rotation hours) to sit for the New York State certifying exam. Clinical rotations will be conducted at a local nursing home and students must arrange their own transportation to the nursing home on the Saturday sessions scheduled for clinical rotations. Call for more detailed information.NassauCERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
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
CHARTERED PROPERTY AND CASUALTY UNDERWRITERRecommended for experienced insurance personnel who have sufficient knowledge of insurance practices and some formal study of the insurance principles underlying those practices. This group includes individuals who have completed IIA associate designation programs, risk managers, safety professionals, accountants, attorneys, professors of finance and insurance, and recent graduates of schools of business, as well as other professionals whose jobs require an understanding of insurance contracts and functions. In this eight-course CPCU program, students gain a broad understanding of property casualty insurance with the choice of a commercial or personal lines concentration. To complete the education requirements, students must pass eight national examinations. The curriculum consists of four foundation courses; three from either the commercial or personal concentration, and one elective, to earn the CPCU designation. Foundation courses include: Foundations of Risk Management and Insurance; Insurance Operations; Business Law for Insurance Professionals; and Finance and Accounting for Insurance Professionals. Commercial Concentration courses include: Commercial Property Risk Management and Insurance; Commercial Liability Risk Management and Insurance and Survey of Personal Risk Management, Insurance and Financial Planning. Personal Concentration courses include: Personal Risk Management and Property-Liability Insurance; Personal Financial Planning and Survey of Commercial Risk Management and Insurance. Note: Study materials for CPCU courses should be ordered from The Institutes by calling (800) 644-2101. For more information about changes to the CPCU program visit www.theinstitutes.org.NassauCHARTERED PROPERTY AND CASUALTY UNDERWRITERHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
CHILD AND FAMILY TRAUMA INSTITUTEOffers services to children and their families suffering from traumatic experiences and post-traumatic stress disorder. Cognitive-behavior therapy and exposure therapy are the preferred modes of treatment for PTSD. In Cognitive-behavior therapy your therapist helps you understand and change the way you think, feel and behave in response to your traumatic experience. You will learn how to identify problematic thoughts about yourself and the world that are making you fearful and have resulted in you withdrawing from previously enjoyable activities. With the help of your therapist, you will learn how to replace these thoughts with less distressing ones and behave in effective and self-fulfilling ways. Exposure therapy is an important part of CBT. In exposure therapy the goal is to confront your fears. Your therapist will help you to stop avoiding those thoughts, feelings and situations that have caused you so much distress. Exposure therapy may involve simply discussing your concerns in detail. By talking about your trauma in-depth and frequently with a therapist, you will learn how to control these unwanted thoughts and feelings. You learn to stop fearing your past. This may be hard at first; it might be difficult to intentionally confront and deal with painful thoughts and feelings. Your therapist will guide you through this process. All services are provided in a professional and ethical manner and conform to the ethical standards of the American Psychological Association. Any materials related to the assessment or treatment will not be released without the written consent of the client, except where mandated by the law. Call for more detailed information.NassauPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
CHILD AND PARENT PSYCHOTHERAPY SERVICES CLINICOffers a Child Intervention Program; Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Program and Parent Intervention and Consultation Program. The Child Intervention Program provides individual psychotherapy sessions and conjoint parent-child sessions offering behavior therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy and play therapy. The program offers treatments for aggressive behaviors; defiance/oppositional behaviors; impulsivity; mood swings; obsessive/compulsive behaviors; panic, phobia and general anxiety; sadness; school and test anxiety; separation difficulties; shyness and inhibitions; and worries and fears. The Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is a specialized positive and intensive program for children ages 2 to 7 and their parents, designed to enrich the quality of their relationship, reduce parenting stress and improve overall child behavior. PCIT Is appropriate for families with child relationship problems and highly stressed parents who have children with adjustment problems, aggressive behaviors, attention difficulties, oppositional and defiance problems, separation anxiety and social difficulties. Treatment techniques include behavioral parent consultation, behavior therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy, mindfulness and acceptance commitment therapies, parent training programs and video-based parent training programs. The Parent Intervention and Consultation offers individual and/or group psychotherapy sessions to help parents overcome their own emotional challenges; improve the parent-child relationship; learn child management techniques; reduce the impact of stress associated with parenting and teach parent to help their child develop better emotion and behavior management strategies. Treatment techniques include behavioral parent consultation, behavior therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy, mindfulness and acceptance commitment therapies, parent training programs for child management and video-based parent training programs. Call for detailed information regarding each program.NassauPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE PROGRAMOffers a 120-hour CDA program. The CDA program represents a national effort to credential qualified caregivers who work with children from birth through age five. The Child Development Associate is a person who has successfully complete CDA assessment and has been awarded the CDA Credential. S/he is able to meet the specific needs of children and works with parents and other adults to nurture children's physical, social, emotional and intellectual growth in a child development framework. The program will be directed in the following 8 content areas: Planning safe healthy environment to invite learning; Steps to advance children’s physical and intellectual development; Positive ways to support children’s social and emotional development; Strategies to establish productive relationships with families; Strategies to manage an effective program operation; Maintaining commitment to professionalism; Observing/recording children’s behavior; and Principles of child growth and development. Credentials are not awarded solely for the successful completion of the 120 hour course. CDA candidates are also required to have 480 hours of experience working with children under 5 years of age in a structured child care center within the past 5 years. It is recommended that students incorporate the work experience component during the course work. Please note: This program is only offered in the spring. Call for more detailed information.NassauCHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE PROGRAMMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CHILDHOOD EDUCATION EXTENSIONSExtend your elementary teacher certification to Grades 7-9 English, mathematics, or science in just two part-time semesters of study. If you are already certified or in the process of completing initial or professional New York State certification in elementary education (K-6) or childhood education (Grades 1-6), our 12-credit Childhood Education extension programs enable you to become certified in Grades 7-9 English, math, or science. Blending practical methodology with up-to-date research, our technology-infused programs prepare you to help middle school students succeed while expanding your employment options in education. Our certificate programs help you to: develop skills, strategies, and expertise to effectively teach young adolescents and use research-based, effective teaching strategies and technology to design instruction that maximizes success for middle school students. Call for more detailed information.NassauCHILDHOOD EDUCATION EXTENSIONSNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
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
CHRISTINE A. NOWIERSKI CHEER CAMPCAN Cheer Camp, under the direction of Hofstra Cheerleading Coach Christine A. Nowierski-Farina, is designed for cheerleaders who desire a full day of expert training in all facets of cheerleading. CAN Cheer Camp offers an innovative and creative curriculum developed and instructed by Coach Nowierski-Farina and her Division I collegiate staff. Training will include cheers, dances, jumps, stunts, pyramid building and gymnastics. The camp is structured for both teams and individuals to believe in themselves and achieve their personal best. CAN Cheer Camp encompasses all styles and skill levels from beginner to elite. Cheerleaders will be grouped according to age and skill level. Teams will be able to work on routine building for the upcoming season as well as create spirited traditions for their schools. Hofstra’s CAN Cheer Camp utilizes the University’s state-of-the-art, air-conditioned facilities for gymnastics and stunting sessions. Each camper should wear daily: cotton T-shirt, athletic shorts with no pockets, flat sole sneakers/cheerleading sneakers and sweat socks. Players must bring their own water bottle. Bathing suit and towel will be needed on assigned swim days. Call for more detailed information. NassauCHRISTINE A. NOWIERSKI CHEER CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
CISCO CERTIFICATIONOffers courses to help you earn your CCNA certification. The CCNA certification validates the ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size routed and switched networks. CCNA certified professionals have the knowledge and skills to make connections to remote sites via a wide area network (WAN), mitigate basic security threats, and understand the requirements for wireless network access. Sample course offerings include: Computer Communication and Networking; Introduction to Cisco Networking and Advanced Cisco Networking. The following courses are taught by a Cisco-certified instructor in a computer lab environment which provides students hands-on-experience on the following equipment: Cisco Packet Tracer Simulator; Linksys Wireless Router; Cisco 1841 Integrated Services Route and Cisco Catalyst 2960-24TT - Switch - 24 ports. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCISCO CERTIFICATIONST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
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
CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY PROGRAMProvides courses for successfully becoming a CCNA professional. We offer classes to help you pass both Part I and Part II of the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exam. Cisco CCNA Certification Course Offerings include: Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part I; Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part II and CCNA Level – Real Life Hands-On Lab Experience. Call for more detailed information.NassauCISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
CLARE ROSE PLAYHOUSEServes as a major teaching facility for the college's theater courses and is a training ground for young actors. Year-round, the stage is host for the production of children's theatre, storytelling, theatre for the deaf and an intimate forum for local playwrights and poets. The Playhouse is the site of community theater productions of musicals, dramas, comedies, cabaret acts, musical performances, dance troupes and comedians. Call for the most current list of performances and prices.SuffolkCLARE ROSE PLAYHOUSEST. JOSEPH'S 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
COED SOCCER CAMP AND BOYS COLLEGE ID CAMPOffers numerous summer camps and clinics throughout the year for student-athletes of varying ages looking to have some fun and improve their skills. Offers COED Soccer Camp for Boys & Girls Ages 5-13. Panther Soccer School provides well organized, fun-filled and developmental summer soccer camps for Boys & Girls ages 5-13 on the beautiful, safe and secure campus of Adelphi University. Also offered is a top-level Boys College ID Camp that allows dedicated players who wish to play at the next level to find out if they have what it takes. This is open to Sophomore, Junior & Senior boys. Call for more detailed information.NassauCOED SOCCER CAMP AND BOYS COLLEGE ID CAMPADELPHI UNIVERSITY
COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CLINICProvide transactional (non-litigation) assistance to nonprofits and small businesses in low-income communities in and around Nassau County, with a preference for clients that contribute to social and economic justice. Clients include newly-forming businesses and nonprofits requiring start-up assistance and established entities that need help in connection with more complex issues. The Clinic’s start-up work includes: counseling concerning choice-of-entity decisions, incorporation, drafting corporate bylaws, operating agreements, shareholder agreements, and founders’ agreements applications for tax exemption and drafting, review, and negotiation of contracts. Our work for more established clients commonly involves: corporate finance and securities law, commercial leases and real estate transactions, and employment law matters. In addition, we work with some of our nonprofit clients as project counsel in support of their community-driven activities on the legal topics of greatest concern to low-income communities on Long Island: housing, jobs, environmental issues, and more. Call for more detailed information.NassauMAURICE A. DEANE SCHOOL OF LAWHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
COMMUNITY ARBORETUMProvides a 40-acre portion of the campus that is designated as an arboretum which features more than 125 trees (some very rare). Each tree is labeled with interesting horticultural facts and origin information. The trees are located along a self-guided walking trail that encircles the campus' main academic buildings. One of the landmarks along the trail is the breathtaking Tudor mansion that was once the home of cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post. The arboretum is open to the public seven days a week from dawn to dusk, free of charge. The self-guided walking trail starts and ends at Hillwood Commons and lasts anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes. Because the arboretum is a cherished part of the C.W. Post Campus, restrictions are few. We ask that you take care not to damage any plants or trees, and no pets please. We'd like our arboretum to serve as a resource for generations to come. Group tours, led by a trained horticulturist, are available by appointment. The trail is wheelchair accessible.NassauCOMMUNITY ARBORETUMLIU POST
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 CENTER FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLEOffers non-credit computer classes in a college environment for both beginners and experienced users, using the latest adaptive technology-speech synthesizers, print enlarging devices and braille printers, to help visually impaired people achieve their educational, professional and personal goals. It conducts research to explore innovative ways of using the computer to improve the quality of life for visually impaired people. Call for information.COMPUTER CENTER FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLEBARUCH COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
COMPUTER CLASSESOffers computer classes in: Computers for Beginners; Advanced: Microsoft Word 2016 For Windows; How To Declutter Your Digital Life; Microsoft Outlook 2016 For Beginners; Introduction: Microsoft Word 2016 For Windows; Intermediate: Microsoft Word 2016 For Windows; Introduction: Microsoft Excel 2016 For Windows; Intermediate: Microsoft Excel 2016 For Windows; Advanced: Microsoft Excel 2016 For Windows; Microsoft Excel 2016 For Windows: Formulas And Charts in Excel I & II; Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 for Windows; Intermediate: Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 for Windows; Introduction: Microsoft Access 2016 for Windows; Intermediate: Microsoft Access 2016 for Windows; Introduction: Microsoft Windows 10; AUTOCAD Introductory Level; Quickbooks Special Features; Introduction To SQL; Computer and Identity Security; Electronic Device Emergency Preparation; Selling Online With Online Auctions And Other Sites; How To Use The Cloud; Welcome To Social Media: Part 1; Introduction To Quickbooks; Data Report Writing; I-Devices And The Mac; Music And Photos On The Mac and Microsoft Outlook 2016 For Beginners. Some of the courses listed above are one day workshops. Call for more detailed information.NassauCOMPUTER CLASSESNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
COMPUTER COURSESOffers computer courses in: Introduction To Computing; Basic Keyboarding And Computer Skills; Computer Orientation And Windows; Introduction To Microsoft Office; Introduction To Computers For The Returning Student; Introduction To Microsoft Word – Part I; Introduction To Microsoft Word – Part II; Advanced Microsoft Word; Introduction To Microsoft Excel; Intermediate Microsoft Excel; Advanced Microsoft Excel; Introduction To Microsoft Access; Intermediate Microsoft Access; Introduction To Powerpoint; Intermediate Powerpoint; Introduction To Adobe Photoshop; Intermediate Adobe Photoshop; Introduction To Adobe Illustrator; Introduction To Adobe InDesign CS; Introduction To Adobe Lightroom; Web Page Design With Html; Intermediate Web Page Design With Html; Introduction To Javascript; Fundamentals Of Xml Programming; Programming With Asp.Net For Web Applications; Fundamentals Of Web Development Using Html & CSS; Blogging 101; Introduction To Quickbooks; Intermediate Quickbooks and Java Programming Basics. Courses vary each semester and are held at various locations. Call for details and a brochure.SuffolkCOMPUTER COURSESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGYOffers instructor-facilitated online computer courses which are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. All courses run for six weeks. Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any course entirely from your home or office, any time of the day or night. Sample course offerings include: Introduction to Networking; Computer Skills for the Workplace; Introduction to SQL; Introduction to PC Troubleshooting; Introduction to Microsoft Excel; Introduction to Programming; Creating Web Pages; Introduction to QuickBooks; Performing Payroll In Quickbooks; Introduction to Microsoft Access; Introduction to Microsoft Word; Introduction to Dreamweaver; Introduction to Photoshop; Introduction to PowerPoint; Creating WordPress Websites And Creating Mobile Apps With HTML5. All courses require Internet access, e-mail, and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our Online Instruction Center at: www.ed2go.com/molloy, email conted@molloy.edu or call 516-323-3550 for more information.NassauCOMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGYMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
CONFERENCE SERVICESProvides guests with a professional, comfortable, pleasant and efficient conference experience. Adelphi offers classrooms, lecture halls, meeting rooms, performance spaces, recreational facilities, dining areas, and residence halls to meet the needs of conference and meeting planners. Call for more information regarding facilities, price, catering and questions.NassauCONFERENCE SERVICESADELPHI UNIVERSITY
CONFERENCE SERVICESWith over 30 years of experience, let Hofstra University coordinate your next event on our beautiful Long Island campus. With close proximity to New York City, Hofstra University is only half-hour drive from the three major New York area airports. Hofstra Conference Services offers small and large meeting spaces, summer housing, on-site audio visual services, on-site catering services and a 24 hour hospitality desk during summer months. The Hofstra campus hosts over 10,000 events annually. This includes meetings, summer/sports camp, expos, seminars, religious retreats, trainings, exam preparation and the honor of three Presidential Debates! Call for more information regarding facilities, price and questions.NassauCONFERENCE SERVICESHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
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
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS FOR INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS, AND CONSULTANTSHofstra University is an approved provider organization (approval number NYPO-100009) in the New York Insurance Department Continuing Education Program. The Insurance Law of 1992 requires that agents, brokers and consultants satisfactorily complete 15 credits of continuing education during each biennial licensing period. General course offerings include: The Story of Insurance: A History of Managing Risk (NYCR-245577); A New York History of Managing Risk for Agents and Brokers (NYCR-259114); Agents and Brokers Property and Casualty Refresher Class (NYCR-259115); Insurance Fraud and Abuse-the 21st Century Costly Crime (NYCR-259116); NY Workers' Compensation-Disability Laws and Procedures and Paid Family Leave Law-2017 (NYCR-259117); Paid Family Leave (PFL) (NYCR-259118) andWhat Agents and Brokers Need to Know for NY Statutory Coverage Compliance (NYCR-259119). All New York state-approved classroom courses will be eligible for use in satisfying the 50-percent classroom instruction requirement. But choose your courses carefully; not all courses are applicable to every license. If you are unsure, it is your responsibility to check with the New York State Insurance Department at (518) 474-6630 or www.ins.state.ny.us to verify which courses are required for your specific licensing needs. Each approved credit below represents a 50-minute hour; attendance is mandatory to achieve the required continuing education credits. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauCONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS FOR INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS, AND CONSULTANTSHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR LICENSED SOCIAL WORKERSOffers continuing education courses for those in the social work field. Sample course offering includes: Fundamentals of Policy Change at a critical time for advocacy in relation to government policy and practice. Courses vary each semester. Call the Social Work Dept at (516)299-3924 for more detailed information.NassauCONTINUING EDUCATION FOR LICENSED SOCIAL WORKERSLIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
CORNELL UNIVERSITY INDUSTRIAL LABOR RELATIONSIs the only institution of higher education in the United States to offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in the interdisciplinary field of workplace studies. In addition, its Extension division offers courses, workshops, certifications, and other outreach programs for practitioners, workers, and policy analysts. ILR's six academic departments span the range of subject areas related to work, employment, and the workplace. These include: Labor Relations, Law, and History; Human Resource Studies; International and Comparative Labor; Labor Economics; Organizational Behavior; and Social Statistics. Outreach through continuing education is part of ILR's mission. ILR offers a wide range of courses, workshops, and certification programs throughout New York State. Courses and programs are offered in: Management Programs; Executive Training; Cornell Labor Programs; Workplace & Employment Programs; Professional Development & Enrichment; Distance learning and On-site Training. Contact ILR for more detailed information. CORNELL UNIVERSITY INDUSTRIAL LABOR RELATIONSCORNELL UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL AND LABOR RELATIONS
CORPORATE CREDIT PROGRAMSLong Island companies who are committed to providing educational benefits to their employees are turning to Nassau Community College. By partnering with Nassau Community College, companies that offer tuition reimbursement for their employees can obtain high quality education at affordable tuition rates. Nassau Community College is dedicated to providing corporations and businesses with credit and degree-bearing programs for their most valuable resource their employees. Corporate Credit Programs at Nassau offer: Courses on-site, online and on your schedule; tailored academic advisement and admissions processing and over 60 fields of study, including business; health related sciences; liberal arts and sciences; mathematics and computers; engineering technologies; office technologies; and social sciences. Financial aid is available and credits are transferable to other colleges. Corporate Credit Programs has entered into unique partnerships with corporations and labor unions to customize existing programs to meet the needs of their members. If you would like to explore developing a customized corporate credit program, contact the Center for Workforce Development at (516)572-7487.NassauCORPORATE CREDIT PROGRAMSNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CORPORATE TRAININGHofstra University Continuing Education’s 21st Century Workplace Institute helps businesses create the right environment to attract and retain the best leaders, engage and motivate employees, and move their organizations forward to become more effective and profitable. The Institute offers customized corporate training programs that are focused on teaching employees the higher level cognitive and social skills that are so essential to thrive in the 21st century workplace. Your organization can choose from existing workshops and combine them in whatever way you wish or ask us to develop workshops that are specifically tailored to your organization’s needs. Call for more detailed information.NassauCORPORATE TRAININGHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
CORPORATE TRAININGOffers courses that can upgrade the skills and knowledge base of your workforce. You can obtain greater employee satisfaction and improved work performance through existing or custom-designed programs in AutoCAD, business, engineering or interior design, among other areas that meet your company’s needs. Flexible course schedules (days, evenings, or weekends) allow you to find a time that is best for you. Courses may be conducted at your facility or at our conveniently located campuses on Long Island and Manhattan. To find out how we can help with your corporate training needs, call (516)686-7491 or email jknowles@nyit.edu.NassauCORPORATE TRAININGNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
CORPORATE TRAINING CENTERProvides companies with cost effective training solutions that support their goals and objectives, fosters employee potential and growth and improves the overall well being of their business. Success and growth in today's economy are dependent on an organizations ability to attract, hire and retain a highly skilled, motivated and flexible workforce. The Corporate Training Center partners with local business and industry to provide workforce training and development solutions, tailored to meet organizational goals. We work with client companies of all sizes to assess learning needs, discuss training options and determine the best training solutions to achieve their business objectives. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCORPORATE TRAINING CENTERSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
COUNSELING AND MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONS CLINICAssist individuals, couples, and families as they explore and solve problems in a confidential, safe environment. It is their mission to provide high-quality, affordable services to the community in a warm, safe, and professional environment. The CMHP Clinic is comprised of multiple programs in Counseling: Mental Health Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Rehabilitation Counseling, and Creative Arts Therapy. The CMHP Clinic provides the following services to residents of Long Island and the surrounding areas: Individual, couple and family therapy; Community education seminars; Group therapy to individuals, couples and families and Speakers for schools, hospitals and agencies. All clinical services are provided under direct supervision of an approved supervisor and experienced faculty. Call for more detailed information.NassauCOUNSELING AND MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONS CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
COURSES TO AID VOCATIONAL PURSUITSOffers courses to assist students in refreshing old skills and acquiring new ones. Course offerings include: Improving Your Presentations Skills; Business Grammar for the Busy Professional; Creative Writing for Fiction and Non-Fiction Writers; The Basics of Supervision; Facilitation Skills; Problem Solving and Team Building; Conflict Management; Management and Leadership; Professional Selling Skills; Going into the Import/Export Business; Introduction To Writing For Children’s Books; Practical And Legal Aspects Of Opening A Small Business; Project Management; Lean Six Sigma; Voice Over and 75-Hour Real Estate Salesperson Course. Courses vary each semester and are held at various locations. Call for details and a brochure. SuffolkCOURSES TO AID VOCATIONAL PURSUITSSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
CREATIVE WRITINGOffers a variety of courses for all interests in creative writing. Sample course offering includes: Expressive Writing. Courses vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure. NassauCREATIVE WRITINGNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
CULINARYDesigned courses to provide the best hands-on experience with our skilled chefs. Courses include: Baguettes; Sourdough And Rye Breads; Brioche; Braided Loaves; Halloween Cupcakes; French Macarons and A Unicorn Cake! Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCULINARYSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
CULINARY ARTS/RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATEDevelops entry-level skills for positions and careers involving the culinary arts and restaurant management. Students acquire the knowledge and competencies required for managerial positions and for career advancement. Full-time students can complete the program in two semesters, 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 culinary and restaurant management skills but who are not interested in pursuing an academic degree in the field. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCULINARY ARTS/RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATESUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CUSTOMIZED CORPORATE EDUCATIONOffers customized courses for your employees. A value to both your company and your employees is to assure they are up to date with the latest skills that drive the 21st century workforce. Join the many other companies that have offered customized corporate education programs designed for your company's needs. Contact SJC for more information.SuffolkCUSTOMIZED CORPORATE EDUCATIONST. JOSEPH'S 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
DANCEOffers a variety of dance courses such as: Ballet Movement for Everyone; Rumba And Bolero Dance Moves and Social/ Ballroom Dancing. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauDANCENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
DANCEOffers dancing courses. Course offering includes: Ballroom Dancing for Social Occasions. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauDANCENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
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
DENNIS PAPADATOS WRESTLING CAMPOffers a wrestling camp for boys entering grades 2-12. Wrestling Camp is geared toward wrestlers who strive to learn the fundamentals of the sport. We teach and practice essential drills and techniques for beginning and advanced wrestlers. We also utilize wrestling videos and guest speakers as part of the learning experience. Campers are divided into small learning groups based on grade, skill level and experience, and they interact with great coaches throughout the week. Instructors are current coaches and wrestlers at Hofstra University, a national power in wrestling. Daily Program includes: Warm-up and stretching exercises; Small-group technique instruction; Small group drill sessions; Wrestling competitions; Swim session; Guest Speakers; Wrestling Video; and Wrestling Games. Each camper should wear daily: shorts, T-shirts, socks, and wrestling shoes. Campers must bring an extra set of shorts, T-shirt and socks, as well as running shoes and a bag with a bathing suit, towel and water bottle. Call for more detailed information.NassauDENNIS PAPADATOS WRESTLING CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
DIAGNOSTIC AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERSServices include: Comprehensive autism diagnostic evaluations (for toddlers, children, adolescents and adults); Individualized psychotherapy (for children, adolescents, and adults with high-functioning ASD); Social skills groups (for all ages); and Milieu Communication Therapy (a language intervention focused on building prelinguistics and overall functional communication). The institute also is committed to providing ongoing support for family members and caregivers of children with ASD. These services include individualized counseling, outreach support, education about the needs of children with ASD, and assistance in utilizing community resources. The institute is also working on developing support groups for siblings of children and adults with ASD. In addition to the services provided, the institute is also active in a number of different research programs. Currently, the clinic is conducting a study on the effectiveness of Milieu Communication Therapy (MCT) in young children with ASD. MCT utilizes a naturalistic approach to improve nonverbal (such as, reaching, pointing, eye contact, vocalizations, etc.) and verbal communication in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Intervention is individually tailored to each child’s play interest to maximize their motivation and increase their likelihood of making gains. There are also ongoing studies on the effectiveness of social skills intervention for children with ASD; the potential auto-immune connection for children with ASD; and possible Etiological relationships among the more than 100 families the institute has served thus far. Call for more detailed information.NassauPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
DIANE LINDNER-GOLDBERG CHILD CARE INSTITUTEOffers a quality early education program for infants, toddlers and preschoolers. The Child Care Institute (CCI) is licensed and accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The program focuses on the child's total development-social, emotional, cognitive and physical. The program offers developmentally appropriate activities for children ages 8 weeks to 5 years, providing opportunities for hands-on, integrated learning. The CCI is open year round, Monday through Friday and breakfast, lunch and snacks are provided. Enrollment is year round and open to the Hofstra Community and families living and working on Long Island. The environment is clean, safe, secure and aesthetically appealing, containing a child-centered playground and wonderful outdoor space, inclusive of Hofstra's beautiful campus and facilities. The CCI encourages parent involvement and education in an enriched learning environment. The interdisciplinary services of the clinical programs associated with the Joan and Arnold Saltzman Community Services Center render the CCI unique in the provision of education, care, assessment and enriched learning environments for young children and their families. The CCI is now a Champion Center! The CCI is one of the first child care centers in Nassau County to earn this designation from the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). The CCI has just completed the Eat Well Play Hard Program Initiative (EWPH) under the auspices of the Child Care Council of Nassau. EWPH was developed by CACFP to prevent childhood obesity and reduce long-term risks for chronic disease through promotion of targeted dietary practices and increased physical activity. The initiative just called for programs to step up and provide more nutritionally balanced meals and snacks, teacher training in nutrition and physical activity, parent education workshops and food discovery activities in our classrooms. Champion Centers are held to very high standards and are required to increase the number of healthy snacks provided. In addition to NAEYC reaccreditation, the Diane Lindner-Goldberg Child Care Institute is recognized as a preferred provider servicing military families by the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies and as a “Breastfeeding-Friendly Child Care Center” by the New York State Department of Health’s Child and Adult Care Food Program. The Child Care Institute is licensed, and it was reaccredited by The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). 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 detailed information.NassauDIANE LINDNER-GOLDBERG CHILD CARE INSTITUTEHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
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
DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES/SUCCESS THROUGH EXPANDED EDUCATION PROGRAMProvides a supportive environment for students with documented disabilities and is committed to complying with all applicable provisions of: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Disability Support Services/Success Through Expanded Education Program (DSS/STEEP) at Molloy College strives to provide access to an equal educational experience for qualified students with documented disabilities, while ensuring that the integrity of all college standards and requirements is maintained. In support of the College's commitment to transformative education, DSS/STEEP aspires to educate the Molloy community so as to increase awareness, knowledge, and integration of those with disabilities. If you are a prospective or current student and would like to discuss your eligibility and services offered please call or email for more detailed information.NassauDISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES/SUCCESS THROUGH EXPANDED EDUCATION PROGRAMMOLLOY COLLEGE
DRAFTING (COMPUTER ASSISTED) CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a one-year area of study that is designed for students who wish to begin a career in computer-assisted drafting and design, update their existing professional skills or continue to earn an A.A.S degree in Construction Technology/Architectural Technology. Emphasis is placed on CAD drawing for architecture, construction, design illustration and presentation. The rapid expansion of computer graphics is creating a multitude of new and exciting career opportunities. Graduates will be prepared for entry-level positions with architectural offices, construction and engineering firms, communication and manufacturing companies and government agencies. The program can also serve as a foundation for further studies in related fields such as animation, game design, technical illustration, product design and multimedia communication. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkDRAFTING (COMPUTER ASSISTED) CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
DRIVER AND TRAFFIC SAFETY EDUCATIONOffers driver and traffic safety courses. Course offerings include: Driver and Traffic Safety Education. Those high school students who successfully complete the non-credit, state-certified Driver and Traffic Safety Education course will receive a MV-285 “Student Certificate Completion” issued by the Motor Vehicle Department. Those who receive the “MV-285” will be eligible for a rate reduction in their automobile insurance and a senior license at the age of 17. Courses vary each semester and are held at various locations. Call for details and a brochure. To receive an application, contact the Office of Continuing Education at (631)451-4399.SuffolkDRIVER AND TRAFFIC SAFETY EDUCATIONSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
DRIVER’S EDUCATIONOffers a complete, professionally taught driver’s education course that will provide all students with a comprehensive introduction to the driving experience. At the end of all sessions, students will have received 24 hours of classroom instruction and 24 hours of in-the-car driving related to “rules of the road,” traffic safety concerns, defensive driving, proper handling of vehicle, parking, driving in traffic and problems of substance abuse as related to driving. Students who complete the program with a passing grade of 65 in each category will receive the Certificate of Completion (MV-285), the opportunity to have a senior driver’s license (Class 5) at age 17 and an insurance reduction according to the policies of your insurance carrier. Students must obtain from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) the 50–hour completion form required for graduated licensing. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkDRIVER’S EDUCATIONST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
DRIVER EDUCATIONOffers a safe driving skills and defensive driving awareness program for students who wish to earn the MV 285 “Blue Card” which gives eligibility for 10%-15% discount on insurance premiums with most companies. This course qualifies those who successfully complete the course to apply for a senior driver's license at age 17. Courses and course locations may vary each semester. Call for more information.NassauDRIVER EDUCATIONNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
DRIVER SAFETYOffers courses in Driver Safety. The first course is AARP Driver Safety Program. This course has been developed by the AARP as a community service program for motor vehicle operators 50 and over. Students can save money on auto insurance premiums, deduct violation points from their driving records and get special knowledge about driving and aging which enables them to stay on the road longer. The second course offered is the Alternatives Alcohol and Substance Abuse Education. This is 10 hour OASAS approved alcohol and substance abuse education program appropriate for young adults who have been recommended for the class through school or civil authorities. Participants will review New York State laws and consequences for a variety of offenses. Participants will be educated on the specific consequences of alcohol and other drugs. The course is education based and not intended as a substitute for treatment. Contact (516)572-7699 for eligibility and scheduling. Also offered is Impaired Driver Education Program: www.ncc.edu/idp. Nassau Community College is an approved provider for the Department of Motor Vehicles 16 hour Impaired Driver Program. Classes meet weekday evenings and Saturday mornings in the North Annex at 500 Endo/Lifetime Brands Boulevard, Garden City NY 11530. For motorists with NY state license, registration occurs at your local DMV. For out of state violations or questions contact (516)572-7201. Call for more detailed information regarding each program.NassauDRIVER SAFETYNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
DRIVERS EDUCATIONA complete, professionally taught Driver Education Course that will provide all students with a comprehensive introduction to the driving experience. At the end of all sessions, students will have received 24 hours of classroom instruction and 24 hours of in-the-car driving related to "rules of the road," traffic safety concerns, defensive driving, proper handling of vehicle, parking, driving in traffic and problems of substance abuse as related to driving. Students who complete the program with a passing grade of 65 in each category will receive the Certificate of Completion (MV-285), the opportunity of a senior driver's license (Class 5) at age 17, and an insurance reduction according to the policies of your insurance carrier. Students must obtain from DMV the 50 hour completion form for graduated licensing requirements. Call for more detailed information.NassauDRIVERS EDUCATIONLIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
DRONESOffers Introduction to Drones. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkDRONESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
EASTERN CAMPUSSituated on Long Island's rural east end in Riverhead, the gateway to the Hamptons and North Fork vineyards. Enrolling over 4,000 students, it offers a broad range of liberal arts and business courses, and specialized programs in Graphic Design, Dietetic Technology, Culinary Arts, Horticulture and Interior Design. SuffolkEASTERN CAMPUSSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
EDUCATIONOffers a number of professional development programs for teachers, as well as for teacher candidates. Course offerings include: School Violence Prevention and Intervention Workshop; Training in the Identification and Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect; Mandatory Fingerprinting; DASA Workshop: NYS Dignity For All Students; English CST Preparation; Social Studies CST Preparation; Spanish CST Preparation; Students with Disabilities CST Preparation; Multi-Subject: Teachers of Childhood (Grades 1-6 CST Preparation; Education Institutes (over 70 planned for the summer); Advanced Placement Summer Institutes; TESOL Certification: Educational Technology Specialist Certification Pathway; Science and Math Education Institutes; and English Language Arts Education Institute. Also offered are Teacher Professional Development Online Workshops. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauEDUCATIONMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
Education ServicesOffers accelerated programs for individuals who want to attain a Bachelor of Science degree for those interested in a medical, dental vetinary or other health related career.WestchesterACCELERATED DEGREE PROGRAMSMANHATTANVILLE COLLEGE
Education ServicesOffers a variety of degree options and continuing education programs.FranklinCOLLEGE COURSES AND DEGREE PROGRAMSNORTH COUNTRY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
EDUPLUSOffers a program for students even if your grades and test scores do not quite meet our general admissions standards. Our EduPlus program, available to first-year students only, can help you by offering you both academic and personal support. As an EduPlus student, you will be a full-fledged NYIT student, attending regular classes with other NYIT students, but with the additional benefit of participating in weekly academic tutoring, skill-building classes, and personalized advisement during your first two semesters at NYIT. Placement exams, taken by all incoming NYIT students, will determine which level courses you should register for and whether any remedial or developmental courses are required. The EduPlus program, as well as its academic requirements, applies only to your first year at NYIT. You may, however, continue to use our resources and stay in contact with our staff for the remainder of your studies at NYIT. If you are identified as a potential EduPlus candidate, you will be contacted by an NYIT Admissions counselor, who will provide you with information about the program and request a supplemental essay. If your application and essay have been determined to meet program criteria, you will be contacted a second time to schedule an interview. Only applicants who submit a qualifying supplemental essay and attend an interview will be considered for admission into the program. If you are accepted and choose to enroll in the EduPlus program, you must:Enroll in the required weekly, skill-building EduPlus seminars: Skills for College Success I (fall) and II (spring). This is the only course reserved for EduPlus students. Besides this course, you will attend the same courses as any other NYIT student, though you should not be surprised to find fellow EduPlus students in other courses. Attend at least one hour of tutoring per week for each semester during your first academic year. Attend all assigned enrichment events (to be assigned by the EduPlus coordinator). Earn and maintain a GPA of 2.0 or above during your first year. Pay a one-time $1,000 fee, which allows for unique academic services and personal advising. If you complete the program successfully, the fee will be credited to your account in the first semester of your sophomore year. Call for detailed information.NassauEDUPLUSNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT GRADUATE CERTIFICATEEfficiently and effectively equips students with knowledge and skills that apply to every discipline and industry—in just one year. As recent events demonstrate, managers in organizations of all sizes and every region need to be prepared when an emergency strikes. Whatever your occupation, earning your Emergency Management Certificate online from Adelphi enables you to apply emergency management principles to your workplace, community and life.Emergency management touches every aspect of society. The foundational competencies that the online Graduate Certificate provide apply to fields including: Public health; Health care; Social sciences; Homeland security; Information technology; Environmental sciences; Engineering; Education; Travel and tourism; Real Estate; Insurance and Business. The broadly applicable all-hazards curriculum is developed and taught by Adelphi University faculty members, many with front-line experience managing major planned and unplanned events, including presidential visits, global meetings, terrorist attacks, health epidemics, aviation emergencies and natural disasters. They know that preparedness not only protects people’s livelihoods and property, it also saves lives, and they are committed to preparing the nation for increasingly inevitable emergencies—one student at a time. Earning the Certificate helps professionals achieve career goals that include moving into a senior management position or entering the emergency management profession from a related field. Our graduates not only immediately add value to their organization, they also meet a critical societal need for trained professionals who can prepare for and respond to any emergency. To learn more about Adelphi University’s online Graduate Certificate in Emergency Management call us at 888.252.4110 to talk with one of our enrollment counselors.EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT GRADUATE CERTIFICATEADELPHI UNIVERSITY-CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: GRADUATE CERTIFICATEEfficiently and effectively equips students with knowledge and skills that apply to every discipline and industry—in just one year. As recent events demonstrate, managers in organizations of all sizes and every region need to be prepared when an emergency strikes. Whatever your occupation, earning your Emergency Management Certificate online from Adelphi enables you to apply emergency management principles to your workplace, community and life.Emergency management touches every aspect of society. The foundational competencies that the online Graduate Certificate provide apply to fields including: Public health; Health care; Social sciences; Homeland security; Information technology; Environmental sciences; Engineering; Education; Travel and tourism; Real Estate; Insurance and Business. The broadly applicable all-hazards curriculum is developed and taught by Adelphi University faculty members, many with front-line experience managing major planned and unplanned events, including presidential visits, global meetings, terrorist attacks, health epidemics, aviation emergencies and natural disasters. They know that preparedness not only protects people’s livelihoods and property, it also saves lives, and they are committed to preparing the nation for increasingly inevitable emergencies—one student at a time. Earning the Certificate helps professionals achieve career goals that include moving into a senior management position or entering the emergency management profession from a related field. Our graduates not only immediately add value to their organization, they also meet a critical societal need for trained professionals who can prepare for and respond to any emergency. To learn more about Adelphi University’s online Graduate Certificate in Emergency Management call us at 888.252.4110 to talk with one of our enrollment counselors.NassauEMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: GRADUATE CERTIFICATEADELPHI UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES
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
EMILY MANSUR VOLLEYBALL CAMPOffers a volleyball camp for girls and boys entering grades 2 – 12. Volleyball Camp is for both girls and boys who desire a full day of volleyball training and instruction. Camp provides a healthy atmosphere in which campers can enjoy playing volleyball and developing friendships. Players will develop their skills through frequent ball contact in a fun yet challenging environment. Games and competition will be used throughout camp as a learning tool with continued positive feedback. This program is available to players of all ability levels. Campers are placed into groups of similar skill level in order to insure the most improvement, challenge and excitement. The intended goal is to motivate the skilled player, while teaching the beginner the basics to building a strong foundation in volleyball. All aspects of the game will be covered on both individual and team levels. Daily Program includes: Stretching and warm-up exercises; Volleyball fundamentals: passing, setting, attacking, serving, defense and blocking; Offensive and defensive strategic development; Position breakdown; Competitions; Game play; Continuous evaluation and supervision and Coaches instruction-lectures. Each camper should wear daily: comfortable athletic shoes, socks, shorts, and a cotton T-shirt. Players must bring their water bottle. Bathing suit and towel will be needed on assigned swim days. Call for more detailed information.NassauEMILY MANSUR VOLLEYBALL CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
ENERGEIA FOR TEENSWas modeled after its adult leadership academy and launched in 2009. Molloy cares deeply about the development of ethical leadership and believes in the role and power of young adults in making a difference throughout Long Island communities. Long Island high school students ages 14-19 with 20-40 participants actively engaged each year, Energeia for Teens combines group discussion, skill-building exercises, and community service-learning experiences. It builds citizenship, promotes character development, enhances critical thinking and problem-solving capacity, and fosters respect among students of diverse backgrounds. By participating in an initiative hosted by a college, high school students are better prepared for college life. As teens learn about local challenges and are active in the development of solutions, they become change agents in their schools and neighborhoods. It is important that youth embrace Long Island and positively contribute to their communities as they continue in leadership roles throughout their adult lives. Energeia for Teens also provides an opportunity for students to make new friends from across Long Island. Students develop leadership abilities, identify topics of mutual interest and concern, and translate them into thoughtful activities through local community service projects. Regional civic engagement can be life changing -- providing support and a sense of purpose, connection and contribution for young people. Meetings are held at the Molloy Suffolk Center, 7180 Republic Airport, off of Rte. 110 in East Farmingdale 11735. Call for more detailed information.NassauENERGEIA FOR TEENSMOLLOY COLLEGE
ENERGY TECHNOLOGY ADVANCED CERTIFICATEOffers 18 credits of graduate coursework in energy technology and related areas which will lead to an Advanced Certificate in Energy Technology. Alternate sources of energy, experimental vehicles, automated energy control systems, and advanced resource recovery facilities have been developed in order to maximize the efficiency of energy utilization. Please call for more detailed information.NassauENERGY TECHNOLOGY ADVANCED CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ENGINEERING/OSHAOffers the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Preparation (Formerly Engineer In Training Exam) Review course which effectively prepares you for the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Other Disciplines exam. This course is designed to provide the student with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to pass the exam. The Review Course will: provide structure for organizing your study; review key engineering concepts; help you diagnose areas for improvement; and, provide opportunities for engagement with an instructor and peers. This course covers all Knowledge Areas of the FE Other Disciplines exam: Chemistry; Dynamics; Electricity, Power and Magnetism; Engineering Economics; Ethics and Professional Practice; Fluid Mechanics and Gas Dynamics; Fluid Mechanics and Dynamics of Liquids; Heat, Mass and Energy Transfer; Instrumentation and Data Acquisition; Materials Science; Mathematics and Advanced Engineering Mathematics; Probability and Statistics; Safety, Health and Environment; Statics; and Strength of Materials. Also offered is the OSHA 510 Occupational Safety And Health Standards For Construction Industry. This course for private sector personnel covers OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, as well as construction safety and health principles. Topics include scope and application of the OSHA construction standards. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. You must pass a 50-question closed book exam with a 76% to receive a Certificate of Completion. Call for more detailed information.   NassauENGINEERING/OSHANASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
ENGINEERING: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ENGINEERSOffers courses that meet the continuing education requirements in New York State for professional engineers. NYIT is approved by the New York State Education Department to sponsor mandatory continuing education for professional engineers seeking license renewal. Course offerings include: Fallingwater: The Most Beautiful House in the World; Audubon House; Bridging the Hudson; Design Outlaws: Inventing the Future; Levittown USA: Birthplace of Suburbia; Rockefeller Center; Boeing 747; Unisphere: Biggest World on Earth; Gateway Arch Structure; Lady Liberty’s centennial Restoration; White House Redux: the Gut Renovation of the Executive Mansion; Tennessee Valley Authority; Truth Against the World: The Life and Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright; Pennsylvania Turnpike: Road of Tomorrow; Sydney Opera House: On the Edge of the Possible; Rockefeller Center: City within a City; The Woolworth Building: At Home in the Clouds; Pennsylvania Station; Presidents on the Rocks: The Making of Mount Rushmore; Audubon House: From Here to Sustainability; Light Gauge Metal Framing: The Sustainable Alternative; Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterpiece: The S.C. Johnson Wax Administration Building; AUTOBAHN: Das Road; Maginot Line: Triumph of Military Engineering; Boeing 747-100: The Plane That Changed the World; Going Up! Going Down! A History of the Otis Elevator Company; Penn Station: Fall from Grace; Woolworth Building: Cathedral in the Clouds; Town and Country: A Garden City for America; Gateway Arch: Monument to a Dream; Expanded Blueprint Reading; Solar PV and Thermal Essentials; Blueprint Reading and Universal Design: Accessible and Usable Buildings. Courses vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure.NassauENGINEERING: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ENGINEERSNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
ENGINEERING SUMMER CAMPOffers a one-week residential/nonresidential program which will introduce students to electrical engineering and also to computer programming. No background in programming, physics, or advanced mathematics is necessary. Students will investigate concepts in electricity and magnetism by building electromagnets, electromagnetic motors, and generating electricity. They will connect these concepts to larger applications in electrical engineering. The participants will begin to develop their skills in electronics by building some basic circuits and will advance to more complex electronics projects using breadboards and microprocessors. They will each receive a credit-card sized computer called a Raspberry Pi and will learn how to develop code with it. The course will culminate with a project interfacing the Raspberry Pi with electronics components. The students will be able to take home these projects. Throughout this program students will gain insight into how basic engineering concepts relate to the world around them. They will also learn about some of the current developments in the fields of electrical engineering and computer programming. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkENGINEERING SUMMER CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGEOffers a number of levels of ESL training from beginning levels to the more advanced levels. All new students are required to take a placement test prior to registration to determine the appropriate level they should register for. There is no fee for this exam. Courses vary each semester. Sample course offerings include: Everyday English – Introduction to ESL; ESL Conversation; Intermediate Listening/Speaking; Intermediate Reading/Writing; Advanced Listening/Speaking and Advanced Reading/Writing. Call for more detailed information. NassauENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGEMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGEOffers a program for adults for whom English is a second language, Suffolk County Community College's English as a Second Language program can change your life. If you want English to: communicate more effectively; earn higher wages; be considered for a promotion and continue your education towards a degree then this is the best English program for you. The ESL non-credit English Program and Intensive English Program at Suffolk County Community College provides high quality English as a Second Language instruction to equip second language learners with the linguistic ability necessary to thrive academically, professionally and socially. Our programs foster strong English language acquisition through creative, yet structured instruction in a positive and welcoming learning environment. Our program has helped many people to develop their English language skills. Students are placed in classes that are tailored to their English ability and each semester they advance through the levels and modules so that they can eventually continue their education at Suffolk County Community College or at another college or university. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGESUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTITUTE (ELI)Offers programs for students who English is not their native language, you may need specialized English coursework in order to achieve your academic and professional goals. NYIT's English Language Institute (ELI) can help. We offer every level of English instruction and will prepare you for your future. Our non-credit classes include: Reading, writing, listening comprehension, and speaking; Graduate-level English courses aligned to academic majors; Cultural and social activities; Small class sizes with no more than 18 students; Blended classes with technology-enabled and in-class learning and an English language learning portfolio to document your language development. Programs include: Intensive English: Are you looking to improve your academic and professional English? Are you interested in working toward being accepted into a degree program at NYIT? Join us for 15 weeks in the fall or spring or eight weeks in the summer to give yourself a competitive advantage. Business English Certificate: Are you already a professional who wishes to add to your English knowledge? Are your writing skills holding you back from excelling in your career? Join our Business English Certificate classes and become the professional you want to be! The New York/English Experience: Are you an international high school or university student looking to improve your English language skills? Combine up to six weeks of intensive coursework with experiences only found in New York. Explore the culture, commerce, food, and people of this world-class, one-of-a-kind city. Pathway Program: Are you looking to start academic studies, but don't yet have the required English proficiency? Our program is broken down into three levels based on your ability, so you can take a combination of English classes and technical electives that will give you the edge you need for your academic and professional career. Call for more detailed information.NassauENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTITUTE (ELI)NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ENGLISH STUDY CERTIFICATETake any two of the following courses and receive a certificate in English Study. A certificate confirms successful completion of two courses (6 credits) within our program. Sample course offerings include: TOEFL/English Preparation; Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama and Critical Reading and Expository Writing. Call for more detailed information.NassauENGLISH STUDY CERTIFICATELIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
ENROLLED AGENT PREP COURSEOffering the Enrolled Agents (EA) Test Preparation course in cooperation with Skillmaker Career Consulting (SMCC). An enrolled agent is a person who has earned the privilege of practicing, that is, representing taxpayers before any office of the Internal Revenue Service. An enrolled agent can negotiate with the IRS during examination and appeals, and act in place of a taxpayer signing consents and executing agreements on their behalf. An enrolled agent is the only professional granted a right to practice directly from the U.S. government. An enrolled agent is considered a tax specialist, which sets them apart from attorneys or CPAs who do not always specialize in taxes. Information on the course can be found at www.molloy.edu/ea.NassauENROLLED AGENT PREP COURSEMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ENTREPRENEURIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMOffers Entrepreneurial Assistance Program, a 60 hour training program to assist new and existing business owners with the creation of a business strategy. Also offered is Minority & Women Business Enterprise Certification Workshops. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkENTREPRENEURIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ADVANCED CERTIFICATEOffers an 18-credit Advanced Certificate in Environmental Management that will broaden your knowledge of environmental issues and energy consumption. You will learn how to analyze and make decisions regarding oil, gas, and biofuels, while considering their regulatory, economic, and environmental impacts. Call for more detailed information.NassauENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ADVANCED CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
EXAM PREPARATIONOffers exam preparation courses. Sample course offerings include: Civil Service Preparation; Notary Public Preparation; Preparation for College Math Placement Exams; SAT Preparation Course; NYPD Police Officer Entrance Exam Preparation; Chemistry Review For Biology Students; Preparation For Introductory Science Courses; Math Review For Introductory Science Courses; Preparation For Organic Chemistry and Essential Review For Anatomy & Physiology. Courses vary each semester and are located at various locations. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEXAM PREPARATIONSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
EXERCISE AND SPORTSOffers a variety of exercise and sports classes. Sample course offerings include: Beginner Yoga; Beginner Kundalini Yoga; Beginner Pilates; Tai Chi Chuan; Tai Chi For Health; Walking Tai Chi; Basic Swimming; Basic Swimming II: Intermediate Swimming; Swimmercize (Note To Students: Swimmercize, is an exercise program geared for fun and fitness. It is not intended to substitute for a medically supervised rehabilitation program.); Aqua Jogging; Aqua Deep Challenge and Full Body Fitness For Women. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauEXERCISE AND SPORTSNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
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
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT ADVANCED CERTIFICATEOffers an 18-credit Advanced Certificate in Facilities Management program which incorporates a hands-on approach to managing sophisticated lighting systems, building controls, air conditioning equipment, and other essential functions. You will learn how to control costs while maintaining safety, comfort, and performance standards. Call for more detailed information.NassauFACILITIES MANAGEMENT ADVANCED CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
FIELD HOCKEY CAMPOffers numerous summer camps and clinics throughout the year for student-athletes of varying ages looking to have some fun and improve their skills. Offers The Nike Field Hockey Camp. This camp is open to girls, ages 8-18, of all abilities. The camp program includes stick work instruction & skills, technical & tactical training, and offensive & defensive skills and positioning work. Goalie-specific training as well. Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff and placed into groups based on age and ability level. Campers will master the fundamentals and develop proper mechanics through a mix of drills, games and competitive play. Highlights include: Instruction from collegiate coaching staff and players; Partner Camp of USA Field Hockey; sanctioned to make referrals to USAFH Futures program; 10:1 Camper to Staff ratio and All campers receive a STX package (reversible jersey, ball, lanyard) and other fun prizes. Call for more detailed information.NassauFIELD HOCKEY CAMPADELPHI UNIVERSITY
FILMOffers a variety of courses in film. Sample course offerings include: Make a Film in Four Easy Lessons; Alfred Hitchcock and Film Noir and Comedy Teams. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauFILMNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
FINANCE ADVANCED CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate designed to offer opportunities to individuals who are interested in learning corporate finance and investment analysis and accomplishing professional growth. The certificate is designed primarily for those who have a bachelor’s degree in business and do not anticipate investing in a full M.B.A. degree with finance specialization in the immediate future. For those with plans to pursue a graduate degree in business with a finance specialization at a later stage, twelve of the finance credits earned in the graduate certificate can be applied towards their M.B.A. with Finance Specialization at Adelphi University. Students with a prior graduate degree in business without a specialization in finance as well as students with other prior academic background may also be interested in this certificate program. Call for more detailed information.FINANCE ADVANCED CERTIFICATEADELPHI UNIVERSITY-CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
FINANCE COURSESProvides objective information and advice to residents on a broad spectrum of financial planning topics for individuals and small businesses. Courses include: Stock, Bond and Mutual Fund Investing and Financial Planning. Courses vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure.SuffolkFINANCE COURSESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
FIRE PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMProvides a professional education in fire protection technology for those persons interested in pursuing employment in fire protection agencies as well as preparation for persons planning to work in industrial safety or inspection. The individual fire science courses prepare students with the insight and knowledge for varied careers in fire service. Students can earn a certificate upon successfully completing the fire science courses. Most career fire departments require either completion of certificate courses and/or the degree program for promotion inside the department. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkFIRE PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
FIRST AIDOffers first aid courses in: Heartsaver CPR/AED-Adult, Child, Infants Course; and Heart Association First Aid. Courses vary each semester. In order to successfully complete CPR courses leading to certification, students must demonstrate adequate CPR skills while kneeling on the floor. If you are currently unable to perform these skills, it is recommended that you postpone such training to a later date. Call for details and a brochure.NassauFIRST AIDNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
FIVE TOWNS COLLEGEFive Towns College is a nonsectarian, coeducational institution that offers two-year, four-year, master's degree programs and doctorate of musical arts. It is the only college on Long Island that offers a Bachelor of Music degree (MusB). Call or visit website for further information.SuffolkFIVE TOWNS COLLEGEFIVE TOWNS COLLEGE
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
FORENSIC LINGUISTICSOffers a course in Forensic Linguistics. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information. NassauFORENSIC LINGUISTICSHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
GENERAL CONTRACTING & CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in General Contracting and Construction Standards. The program provides the understanding how a general contracting business operates and/or how to hire a general contractor or construction manager for a residential or commercial businesses project. This class provides a comprehensive approach to understanding the dynamics of the construction business structure including how to formulate a reputable company, review and prepare for the business plan; participate in a bidding process, understand the RFI, RFQ and RFP procedures; craft a proposal, purchase order, boilerplate contracts and custom contracts and use AIA contracts. You will also have an understanding of contract administration and risk management, providing you with an ability to reduce your legal costs and allow legal counselors to provide better contractual language to defend your company from lawsuit or defaults from clients. The class will also provide knowledge and tools to develop your project scheduling and planning protocols and procedures to monitor your construction labor, materials and profit margins. This course is registered and approved for professional continuing education for architects and engineers for license renewal. All class sessions must be attended for CE credit. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauGENERAL CONTRACTING & CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
GENO FORD BASKETBALL CAMPOffers summer day camp basketball instruction for boys in grades 4-9. A second Elite Camp is offered to boys entering grades 8-12. The Geno Ford basketball camp offers the chance to learn the game the same way the stony brook men's basketball team learns each season. The stony brook program has a proven record of team success and individual improvement. Coach Ford has created a camp designed to develop players using the methods he has learned and developed in over 15 years of experience coaching at the highest level. Camp staff your instruction and development will come from a staff comprised of division i coaches and players as well as current and former professional basketball players. Members of the stony brook basketball team will serve as camp counselors. Call for more detailed information regarding dates and times.SuffolkGENO FORD BASKETBALL CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
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
GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPOffers numerous summer camps and clinics throughout the year for student-athletes of varying ages looking to have some fun and improve their skills. Offers a girls basketball camp and elite high school workouts (for Grades 8-12) with Adelphi Women’s Basketball Head Coach Missy Traversi and Current Adelphi Players and Assistant Coaches. The Lady Panther Basketball Academy Summer Camps are offer programming for girls at the elementary, middle school & high school level. Lady Panther Basketball Academy creates an unmatched teaching atmosphere that instills confidence needed to win both on and off the court. Call for more detailed information.NassauGIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPADELPHI UNIVERSITY
GIRLS SOCCER CAMPOffers numerous summer camps and clinics throughout the year for student-athletes of varying ages looking to have some fun and improve their skills. Offers Girls Soccer. Call for more detailed information.NassauGIRLS SOCCER CAMPADELPHI UNIVERSITY
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CAMPOffers numerous summer camps and clinics throughout the year for student-athletes of varying ages looking to have some fun and improve their skills. Adelphi is proud to host their popular Nike Volleyball Camps in Garden City under the direction of Head Women's Coach Danielle MacKnight. This year we are offering Full Day (9:00am-2:00pm) and Half Day (1:00pm-4:00pm) camps for girls, ages 11-14, of all ability levels. Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff and placed into groups based on age and ability level. Campers will master the fundamentals and develop proper mechanics through a mix of drills, games and competitive play. These volleyball camps provide girls (ages 11-14) with an opportunity to get better through individual instruction, position specific training, and fun competition. Highlights include: Instruction from collegiate coaching staff and players; Full Day and Half Day program options; Open to all skill levels; 1:10 staff to camper ratio and All campers receive an Adelphi Volleyball Camp T-shirt. Call for more detailed information.NassauGIRLS VOLLEYBALL CAMPADELPHI UNIVERSITY
GLOBAL HEALTH CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate in Global Health which immerses you in a challenging interdisciplinary curriculum and provides the opportunity to understand health policy, practice, and the significant health challenges facing the world’s underserved populations. Upon completion of this certificate program, you will be prepared to take on an exciting role in the field of public health anywhere in the world. The global health curriculum comprises: a core curriculum of courses on global health issues such as preventative health strategies, policy, infectious disease, cultural and socioeconomic gaps that affect delivery and quality of health care across the globe; a global health fieldwork, a 2-4 week program where students deliver health care services in a pre-approved supervised site and global health research, where students are asked to independently design an approved research project on global health under the supervision of Center for Global Health faculty. Call for more detailed information.   NassauGLOBAL HEALTH CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
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
GRADUATE COURSESOffers graduate courses in collaboration with local colleges. SUNY-Stony Brook, degree in Educational Computing (18 credit program) and School District Leader Dowling College, Masters in Literacy Education. Serves the following school districts: Amityville, Babylon, Bay Shore, Copiague, Deer Park, Half Hollow Hills, Harborfields, Kings Park, Northport-E. Northport, West Babylon, Western Suffolk BOCES and Area Private and Parochial Schools.SuffolkGRADUATE COURSESSUFFOLK'S EDGE TEACHER CENTER
GUEST SCHOLAR PROGRAMOffers the opportunity for Guest Scholars to audit courses for personal enrichment at Adelphi’s Garden City campus. The majority of the courses in the University are open to Guest Scholars, including but not limited to literature, social sciences, history and foreign language. Because there is no credit attached to the courses taken by a Guest Scholar there is no academic responsibility. Students who were previously or are currently enrolled as matriculated students at Adelphi University, but who have not graduated, are not eligible to enroll in this program. Courses for Guest Scholars are only available in the fall and spring semesters. Fees range from $75-$150 per course. You can register by completing the registration form and submitting it to College of Professional and Continuing Studies. In-person registration is also available by appointment. You may enroll in many courses offered at Adelphi. However, the following are not open to Guest Scholars: writing courses; art courses; Accounting I and II; graduate-level courses; performing arts courses; lab courses; honors courses and Communications. Call for more detailed information.NassauGUEST SCHOLAR PROGRAMADELPHI UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES
HAUPPAUGE EDUCATION AND CONFERENCE CENTERContinues the Adelphi University tradition of offering convenient, high quality college education to the community and strengthens Adelphi’s commitment to the future of Long Island. Hauppauge, a vital part of the area’s economy, is home to the second largest industrial park in the United States. The facility includes a 3,800 square foot conference center equipped with state-of-the-art conference rooms and a computer seminar room. The center can serve as a space for local area corporations, non-profit organizations, and school districts to conduct seminars, conferences, meetings, and professional symposia. Call for more detailed information regarding course offerings and conference facilities.SuffolkHAUPPAUGE EDUCATION AND CONFERENCE CENTERADELPHI UNIVERSITY
HAUPPAUGE UNITAn independent study college offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in a broad spectrum of academic areas. Programs available throughout New York State.SuffolkHAUPPAUGE UNITSTATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK-EMPIRE STATE COLLEGE
HEALTH AND WELLNESS COURSESOffers non-credit continuing education courses in Self Empowerment and Self Improvement; CPR & First Aid and Exercise and Sports. Sample course offerings include: Stress Management; Mindfulness Through Meditation; Infant and Child CPR; Infant and Child CPR Recertification; Community First Aid and Safety; Standard First Aid and Adult CPR; Standard First Aid Recertification; Adult CPR with AED; Adult CPR Recertification; Golf For Beginners; Yoga; Tai Chi For Everyone; Planning For Life: Seniors Guide To Advocacy and Reiki I Practitioner. Call for more detailed information and a brochure.SuffolkHEALTH AND WELLNESS COURSESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
HEALTHCAREOffers a number of non-credit courses and programs in the Health Professions. The areas that courses and programs are offered in are: Healthcare (specific courses are in Training In The Identification And Reporting Of Child Abuse And Neglect; Training In Barrier Precaution And Infection Control Measures); AHA Basic Advanced Cardiac Life Support and AHA Renewal Advanced Cardiac Life Support. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauHEALTHCAREMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HEALTH CARE CAREERSOffers health care courses. The health care industry on Long Island is one of the fastest growing sectors. Consider beginning your employment in this sector by training for one of the following entry level positions. Over time, you can advance your career by earning additional credentials and degrees that will also increase your earning level. Sample course offerings include: Emergency Medical Technician (EMT – Basic); Pharmacy Technician; Certified Nursing Assistant; Phlebotomy Technician, Certified Personal Trainer; Dialysis Technician Program and Dental Assisting Program. For more information, contact Center for Workforce Development at 516-572-7487.NassauHEALTH CARE CAREERSNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
HEALTHCARE INFORMATICS: ADVANCED CERTIFICATEPrepares graduates for careers in health and medical informatics in academic, industrial, and hospital and other healthcare settings. Our students are trained to use information technology for efficient, accurate healthcare delivery and management. People who choose this specialization are often IT professionals pursuing health information management or healthcare professionals pursuing information technology specializations. Our curriculum was developed from the model curriculum of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA). It also aligns with the criteria of the Commission on Accreditation for Health Information and Information Management (CAHIIM). Call for more detailed information and application requirements.NassauHEALTHCARE INFORMATICS: ADVANCED CERTIFICATEADELPHI UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES
HEALTHCARE INFORMATICS CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers an advanced certificate in Healthcare Informatics which prepares graduates for careers in health and medical informatics in academic, industrial, and hospital and other healthcare settings. Our students are trained to use information technology for efficient, accurate healthcare delivery and management. People who choose this specialization are often IT professionals pursuing health information management or healthcare professionals pursuing information technology specializations. Our curriculum was developed from the model curriculum of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA). It also aligns with the criteria of the Commission on Accreditation for Health Information and Information Management (CAHIIM). Call for more detailed information and admission requirements.HEALTHCARE INFORMATICS CERTIFICATE PROGRAMADELPHI UNIVERSITY-CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HEALTHCARE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a certificate program in Health Care Information Technology. Health Care Information Technology is the intersection of information science, computer science, and healthcare. A certificate is awarded upon successful completion of eight courses. The program’s online learning platform provides 24/7 access to the curriculum and interactive learning tools, allowing students to study on a schedule that fits their individual lifestyles. Each course features approximately 24 hours of material. Students are encouraged to spend at least four hours a week on course work to complete the course in a timely fashion. Course offerings and electives include: Introduction to Healthcare Studies; Java Programming; Data Management Systems; Introduction to Health Care Information Technology (HIT); Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Implementation; Healthcare Data Warehousing & Analytics; Security, Privacy, and Regulation Issues in HIT; Health IT Projects: Processes, Controls and Quality and Fundamentals of Health Informatics. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauHEALTHCARE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
HEALTH CLUBSAt the Eastern Campus Health and Wellness Center, we strive to maintain the East End’s largest indoor, heated aquatic facility, a state-of-the-art rock climbing wall and a gym and fitness facility that offers our members an unparalleled wellness environment that is supervised by a well-trained staff. Our health club strives to make our community healthier by giving everyone the opportunity to incorporate fitness into their daily routine. We want our members to relax, get in shape, and have fun in a clean and safe environment. Our staff is dedicated to helping you reach and exceed your fitness goals. Each yearly membership includes the following: 25 Yard/ Multi-Lane Pool; Free Weights; Full Fitness Suite; Rock Climbing Wall and Locker rooms/Showers. At Health Club-Michael J. Grant, we strive to maintain a state-of-the-art gym and fitness facility that offers the clientele diverse, productive and accessible means of exercise and fitness that is supervised by a well-trained staff. We pride ourselves on providing the best of the basics, and that means rows of top-of-the-line equipment to get you in great shape, spacious and clean facilities, TVs by cardio machines, comfortable locker rooms, saunas and a welcoming staff. In addition to our fitness center, we also offer access to our Olympic size swimming pool for both novice and expert swimmers. Each yearly membership includes the following: 25 Meter/ 8 Lane Pool; Water "Aquarobic" classes Monday through Friday at 11 a.m.; Free Weights; Cybex Strength Assisted Lifting Systems; Cybex Cardiovascular Equipment and Locker rooms/Saunas/ Showers. Memberships are available for SCCC full-time and part-time students, Suffolk and Non-Suffolk county residents as well as families and seniors. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkHEALTH CLUBSSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYOffers a program that is developed with support from the U.S. Dept. of Labor Education and Training Administration grant no. HG-29363-16-60-A-36 and does not necessarily reflect the official position of any of the funding agencies named and who also make no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership. Course offerings include: Techhire Health Information Boot Camp and Techhire Health Information Technology. Please contact Andrea Dunkirk in the Office for Continuing Education at 631-451-4552 to arrange for an interview and an admissions assessment to determine your eligibility. SuffolkHEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING, AND REFRIGERATION (HVAC/R) CERTIFICATE PROGRAMDesigned for individuals who wish to secure employment in the HVAC/R industry as well as for those who are currently employed or seeking to re-enter the workforce. This certificate program gives students the opportunity to complete their course work in a shorter period of time than the degree program, while enabling them to obtain the skills that are fast becoming requirements for employment in an ever-changing industry. The HVAC/R Technology certificate includes some courses offered day or evening and others offered on the weekend. Call for more detailed information.  SuffolkHEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING, AND REFRIGERATION (HVAC/R) CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR CERTIFICATEOffers certificate program that will the immerse the student in a real construction environment with a consistent emphasis on recognizing safe conditions and safe acts. Included in the 84-hour course curriculum is a 12-hour dedicated safety course as well as daily safety “tool box” meetings. The course teaches the student how to operate a machines and about practical applications, including: trenching, transport rigging, loading and securing cargo, demolition, tree removal, asphalt/concrete removal, blueprint reading, and the use and applications of a transit (theodolite). Each certificate is divided into four 21-hour modules, level 1 through 4, for each piece of equipment, backhoe, excavator, payloader, bulldozer and Skid-Steer, Focusing on a number of aspects of heavy equipment operation. Each 21-hour module may be taken individually. The safety course subject matter is comprehensive and tailored to the module subject matter as the course progresses. The aspects of driving heavy equipment machines on the public roadway will also be addressed. Student evaluations are performed through a Skills Check Sheet System. Students are given ample time to hone their skills on all tasks presented. Call for more detailed information.NassauHEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF EXTENDED EDUCATION
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
HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCYOffers classes in High School Equivalency. Course offerings include: TASC Preparation; TASC/HSE Intensive Math and TASC/HSE Intensive Writing. All students must be 18 years of age or older to register for these classes. For additional information, call 631-451-4926. Courses vary each semester and are located at various locations.SuffolkHIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCYSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
HOFSTRA GIFTED ACADEMYOffers gifted students programs and courses for those who need stimulation, focus, encouragement, and room to experiment and engage in self-directed activities. If your child is gifted or academically advanced, you can provide a motivating, positive learning environment and the enrichment he or she needs to thrive. The Gifted Academy at Hofstra enables you to expand the scope of learning and creative experiences provided by your child's school. Students entering Kindergarten through Grade 8 will be challenged and stimulated through subjects such as Math, Science, Arts, and Humanities. Each semester, course offerings are expanded in response to parental and student input. Working closely with other gifted students within their age group, your young one will have the opportunity to be exposed to other gifted children and to forge strong bonds of friendship. Children who demonstrate intellectual abilities above their peers and age-appropriate classmates benefit enormously academically, socially, and emotionally when exposed to challenging and enriching curricula. Call for more detailed information.NassauHOFSTRA GIFTED ACADEMYHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
HOFSTRA OBSERVATORYPartially supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation, the observatory includes Celestron telescopes and computerized CCD cameras. The Observatory is located on the roof of Herman A. Berliner Hall (Chemistry and Physics Building). The Observatory offers many programs which include: Stars on Sundays; Music and Astronomy Under the Stars; Outreach Program and more. The Stars on Sunday program invites kids of all ages to view the Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, Venus, star clusters, nebulae, & double stars with telescopes from the Hofstra Observatory, 4th floor, Berliner Hall, California Ave. & Huntington Place, S. of Hempstead Turnpike. Program begins with a presentation about the sky in room 117. Attendance is limited to 150 people per event. The Music and Astronomy Under the Stars Progam is a free Astronomy Festival with Stargazing at Music Concerts and Festivals - Bringing Astronomy to the Public. Dr. Donald Lubowich, Coordinator of the Astronomy Outreach Program at Hofstra University, will give concertgoers a spectacular glimpse of the heavens. This Hofstra - sponsored program will videos, posters, banners, and hands-on-activities for all ages. There will be special solar telescope observations prior to the concerts and telescope observations of the Moon, Saturn, Jupiter, multi-colored double stars, star clusters, and nebulae at intermission and after the events. The Amateur Observers' Society of New York is a partner with this program and has telescope viewing in July and August at the Jones Beach Nature Center and at Sagamore Hill National Historic Monument, Oyster Bay. Over the past three years, Hofstra's Astronomy Outreach Program has also brought the wonder of star-gazing to hundreds of children and adults at Long Island schools, hospitals, non-for-profit groups, parks, beaches. In 2009,the program, under the direction of Donald Lubowich, Ph.D., will expand its offerings with the help of a $308,000 NASA grant, bringing telescopes to Long Island parks and beaches to encourage interest in astronomy. This is the third consecutive year that the program has been awarded a NASA grant. For the latest program information contact the Hofstra Observatory.NassauHOFSTRA OBSERVATORYHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
HOFSTRA REACH PROGRAMOffers an exciting opportunity for campers with autism spectrum disorders and other special needs to experience Hofstra Specialty Camps with peers. The REACH Program provides a safe and positive setting for campers with disabilities to be included in Specialty Camps, activities, and enjoy peer interactions, with supports and/or modifications when necessary (not applicable to Sports Academy Camps). The REACH Program provides a perfect setting for ongoing interventions during the summer break. Campers have ample opportunities to generalize and enhance social and daily living skills. Please be aware that space is extremely limited so get your paperwork in right away. The entire application is received and reviewed by the director of this program you will be contacted by the camp office. If you have any questions you can reach the director by email at REACH@hofstra.edu or call the camp office at 516-463-2267. If you register without a prior approval, your camper may not be eligible for our staffing or consulting services. Call for more detailed information.NassauHOFSTRA REACH PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
HOFSTRA TEST PREPARATIONOffers customized, affordable, comprehensive test preparation courses for people with busy schedules. Certified instructors target individual as well as common group weaknesses to help you significantly improve your scores. You will take official "retired" tests, receive additional practice tests, review subject content (math and verbal), and learn test-taking strategies and skills. General Review Areas include: Pre-Collegiate and Professional Exam Review Areas including: Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA); Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0—Application Development Foundation (MCTS Exam 70-536); Oracle 11g Certified Professional and Personal Trainer Certification. Also Offered: KAPLAN TEST PREP AND ADMISSIONS (www.kaptest.com), a division of Kaplan, Inc., is the premier provider of educational and career services for individuals, schools and businesses. For more than 70 years, Kaplan has helped students score higher on standardized tests, apply for and gain acceptance to top graduate programs, and successfully launch their professional careers. Kaplan's comprehensive preparation courses include the most realistic practice, our exclusive Smart Reports technology, high-quality study materials, and high-scoring teachers. All of our courses are back by our exclusive Higher Score Guarantee (for details, visit www.kaptest.com/hsg. Kaplan offers classes for GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, DAT, OAT, NCLEX, PCAT, and P/SAT on campus at Hofstra University. For complete schedules, visit www.kaptest.com, or call today at1-800-KAP-TEST. In addition, The Princeton Review offers thorough and effective test preparation courses. Their intensive courses provide full-length practice tests with comprehensive computer analysis of performance, personalized attention in small classes (8 to 15 students) grouped by shared strengths and weaknesses, free extra help and unmatched, verified score improvements with guaranteed results. For complete schedule or to register for courses, contact The Princeton Review directly at (800) 2REVIEW (273-8439) or visit www.princetonreview.com. All Princeton Review Courses are held on the campus of Hofstra University. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauHOFSTRA TEST PREPARATIONHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY ARBORETUMProvides an arboretum which encompasses 240 acres and provides a beautiful campus setting that inspires and motivates its students. Its arboretum was officially recognized in 1985, with Hofstra's membership in the prestigious American Public Gardens Association, and is one of only 430 arboreta in the United States. Today, more than 12,000 evergreen and deciduous trees represent 625 species and varieties, and the number is increasing every year. Memorial gardens, benches and trees are located throughout the campus. There are many options to create an appropriate memorial or dedications designed with plaques, benches, gardens, trees and plantings. View current plaques and memorials. Contact the Director of the Hofstra Arboretum, Fred Soviero at (516) 463-6623 for more information.NassauHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY ARBORETUMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY MUSEUMAdvances knowledge and understanding through experiences with authentic works of art from the world’s diverse cultures. The Museum’s mission is achieved through collection acquisition and preservation, exhibitions and interpretive resources. The Hofstra University Museum initiates and facilitates rich and varied cultural and artistic explorations in an atmosphere that promotes the open exchange of ideas. The Hofstra University Museum was founded in 1963 and is an American Alliance of Museums (AAM) nationally accredited museum. The museum has a permanent collection of approximately 5,000 works of art in varied media dating from the ancient to the contemporary, and includes American artists of the 18th through 21th centuries. The museum is open year-round to the public with free admission and offers educational and public programs (i.e., lectures, performances, workshops, tours). The Hofstra University Museum has been awarded the highest honor a museum can receive, continued accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). Approximately 3-4% of museums nationwide have earned this distinguished recognition. Accreditation certifies that the Hofstra University Museum operates according to professional standards, manages its collections responsibly and provides quality service to the public. Call for more detailed information.NassauHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY MUSEUMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL CAMPOffers a camp that is geared toward campers entering grades 2-12. We are dedicated to providing intensive instruction that is essential to the development of the young softball player, whether at the beginner or advanced level. Campers will be grouped by grade and level of skill. Campers can expect a complete, competitive softball camp experience under the direction of world-class coaches and players. Several skill areas will be taught, including hitting, fielding, base-running and team play. Girls will be given the opportunity to play softball daily, gain self-confidence, work hard and make new friends. By the end of the session, players will have received valuable knowledge of the game of softball and will have thoroughly enjoyed themselves in the process. Each player should wear daily: cotton T-shirt, athletic shorts and sneakers/cleats. Each player must bring their own marked glove and water bottle. Bathing suit and towel will be needed on assigned swim days. Call for more detailed information.NassauHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY SUMMER CAMPFor more than 30 years, Hofstra Summer Camps has been the setting for magical memories and the beginning of lifelong friendships. As the largest University-based summer camp on Long Island and the entire East Coast, Hofstra Summer Camps features state of-the-art classrooms, computer and science labs, professional-level athletic fields, and air-conditioned indoor athletic facilities, including an Olympic-size pool. Hofstra offers campers entering grades K-12 an unparalleled array of summer camp programs in athletics, arts, academics, career discovery and so much more! A summer experience filled with adventure, enrichment, new experiences, confidence-building, personal development and, most of all, FUN, awaits your child! That’s why our campers (and staff!) return year after year. Hofstra Summer Camp offers Specialty Camps, Learning Institutes, Sports Academy Camps, Overnight Camp, Pre-collegiate programs and Sprink Break Programs. Visit the Hofstra camp website or call for detailed information regarding all the programs available.NassauHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY SUMMER CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
HOME INSPECTIONOffering a New York State approved program to become a licensed Home Inspector. Home inspectors conduct inspections of newly built or previously owned homes, condominiums, town homes, apartments, and at times commercial buildings. New York State legislation mandates that all home inspectors in New York obtain a license. An applicant must have successfully completed high school or its equivalent and complete 140 hours of approved training, including 40 hours of unpaid inspection experience under the direct supervision of a licensed inspector, or have 100 hours of paid or unpaid inspection experience under the direct supervision of a licensed inspector. Molloy College offers the approved 140-hour course of study consisting of 5 Modules. The following five modules are offered: Home Inspection Module 1: Structure, roofing and exteriors; Home Inspection Module 2: Interiors, electrical systems, insulation and ventilation; Home Inspection Module 3: Heating, cooling and plumbing; Home Inspection Module 4: License law, overview of profession and report writing and Home Inspection Module 5: Field training. The applicant must also pass a written exam. Home inspectors are licensed for two years and must pay an initial fee of $250 and renewal fees of $100 every two years thereafter. Further information regarding home inspection licensure can be found on the New York State web site at: www.dos.state.ny.us/lcns/homemain.htm. In addition to the NYS approved program Molloy also offers continuing education Home Inspector courses. Home Inspectors in New York State are required to complete 24 hours of approved continuing education within their two-year license renewal period prior to the expiration date in order to renew their license. For more information on continuing education requirements contact the New York State Department of State Division of Licensing Services at: Phone: (518) 474-4429, Email:licensing@dos.state.ny.us or visit their website at: www.dos.state.ny.us/licensing/homeinspect/hinspector.html. Molloy offers courses that are approved by New York State, Department of State, Division of Licensing Services for Home Inspector Continuing Education credit. The courses are offered throughout the year. Visit: www.molloy.edu/ce/hi for the current schedule. A free career seminar is also offered to make sure this career is right for you. Call for more detailed information regarding class schedules and locations.NassauHOME INSPECTIONMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HOTEL AND RESORT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMDevelops entry-level skills for managerial positions and careers in the hospitality industry. Students acquire the knowledge and competencies required for working as managers in eating, lodging, travel, recreation, and gaming establishments. Full-time students can complete the program in two semesters 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 hospitality-related managerial skills but who are not interested in pursuing an academic degree in the field. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkHOTEL AND RESORT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTOffers a certificate program for anyone who wishes to work in human resources for either profit or non-profit organizations. The courses will cover all the major areas of human resources. The courses may be taken individually or in pursuit of a certificate in Human Resources Management or Advanced Certificate in Human Resources Management. Course offerings include: Human Resource Management: An Overview; Compensation & Benefits; Human Resources and the Law; The Employee Handbook; Safety, Security and Health in the Workplace; Employee and Labor Relations; Employee Selection and Staffing; Performance Appraisals; Interviewing Techniques and Training and Development. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauHUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ADVANCED CERTIFICATEOffers a Certificate in Human Resource Management (ACHR) which has been designed to provide managers and human resource professionals with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to enhance their organizations’ performance. The ACHR is open to any student with a bachelor’s degree or higher in any discipline, including students currently enrolled in graduate programs in other Adelphi departments. Call for more detailed information.HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ADVANCED CERTIFICATEADELPHI UNIVERSITY-CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ADVANCED CERTIFICATEOffers an Advanced Certificate Program in Human Resources Management. This certificate will increase the value you bring to an organization by earning an advanced graduate certificate in human resources. Our professors have decades of industry experience and will teach you how to apply valuable human resource and labor relations solutions on the job. In most cases, students may apply courses completed in this program toward requirements for the M.S. degree in Human Resource Management and Labor Relations. Coursework includes: strategic human resource management; employment and labor law and policy; employee relations and collective bargaining; management of compensation/employee benefits; talent management and training and development of human resources. Call for more detailed information.NassauHUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ADVANCED CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT - CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program that offers individuals the opportunity to pursue a career in the field of human resources management. Graduates of the program become eligible for positions in a variety of business entities, including corporations, not-for-profit institutions, and government agencies in both domestic and international markets. Sample course offerings include: Foundations of Human Resources I; Foundations of Human Resources II; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Human Resources Metrics and Financial Impacts; Strategic HR Management; Global Workforce Management; Compensation and Benefits Management; Employment Law; Organizational Behavior; and Managing Career Transitions. Call for more detailed information.NassauHUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT - CERTIFICATELIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
HUTTON HOUSE LECTURESNearly 5,000 senior adults attracted every year to our non-credit enrichment program taught at Lorber Hall, former mansion of W.E. Hutton II, on the campus of LIU Post. We offer an outstanding array of courses -- more than 160 of classes in art, music, philosophy, history, literature and political science. It’s like a small liberal arts college without tests or homework, all taught by an exceptional staff of warm and supportive of professors. Convenient parking and an ambient setting. Register for classes which are continuously available on a quarterly basis, but fill up quickly. Call for more detailed information.NassauHUTTON HOUSE LECTURESLIU POST
HY WEINBERG CENTER FOR COMMUNICATION DISORDERSIs a not-for-profit, full-service speech and hearing center. We provide speech, language, and hearing evaluations and therapy to individuals and groups of all ages and all types of communication disorders. Undergraduate and graduate students provide these services under the supervision of NYS licensed and nationally certified Speech-Language Pathologists. Most services are provided free of charge with a nominal administrative fee per semester. Speech/Language services at the HY Weinberg Center include: Comprehensive Speech/Language; Evaluations; Individual and Group Therapy and Parent/Family Education. Hearing services include: Complete Audiological Evaluations; Hearing Aid Evaluations; Fitting and Dispensing of Hearing Aids; Immittance Testing; Central Auditory Testing; Auditory Brainstem Response Testing (ABR); Otoacoustic Emissions Testing and Aural Rehabilitation. Group programs include: TOTalk; KIDTalk; PreRead; Social Communication Groups; Accent Modification/English Conversation Group; Adult Communication Group and Transgender Voice Group. The Hy Weinberg Center for Communication Disorders is committed to a policy of equal access to services. Call for detailed information regarding each service offered. NassauHY WEINBERG CENTER FOR COMMUNICATION DISORDERSADELPHI UNIVERSITY
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
IMAGING TECHNOLOGIESOffers two programs Computed Tomography (CT) Cross Training: Registry Prep And Review And Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program: Registry Prep And Review. The goal of the Computed Tomography (CT) Cross Training: Registry Prep And Review is to prepare Radiologic Technologists, Nuclear Medicine Technologists and Radiation Therapy Technologists to sit for and pass the ARRT exam in Computed Tomography. Course curricula and clinical competency follow the guidelines established by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. The curriculum also corresponds with all of the requirements set forth by the NMTCB for their CT specific exam. Comprehensive didactic instruction includes, but is not limited to: patient care and safety, CT physics, systems operations and instrumentation, cross-sectional anatomy/data acquisition, image display and post processing of all imaging procedures, quality control, informatics, contrast media and administration along with intensive examination. Students are required to pass the program with a minimum of a 75% grade point average and will receive the ASRT approved 72 hours of CEU credits if they attend the entire didactic program. Attendance is mandatory for CEU credits. To qualify and complete all of the board requirements, Students will be required to meet all supervised clinical competency standards (at participating facilities or at your own place of employment) to be eligible for the ARRT and NMTCB exam. These clinical requirements can be achieved in concert and after the didactic course. Upon completion of the didactic and clinical components of the program, participants will be signed off to qualify to sit for the advanced level examination in CT offered by the ARRT and/or NMTCB. The goal of the Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program: Registry Prep And Review program is to prepare Radiologic Technologists, Nuclear Medicine Technologists, Radiation Therapy Technologists and other Licensed Imaging Technologists to sit for and pass the ARRT exam in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Course curricula and clinical competency (at your place of employment or clinical affiliate) follow the guidelines established by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Course Objective – The objective of this ASRT approved 87.5 CEU Category A credit course is to prepare certified technologists for the successful completion of the post primary examination in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). The curriculum has been developed to provide the student with the cognitive skills necessary for entry-level technologists to practice in the field of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Part I of the course will include: Basic Physics of Magnetism, Image Formation, Pulse Sequences, and Equipment operations. Part II of the course will include: Patient care, MRI safety, Crosssectional anatomy, data acquisition, image display and post processing of all imaging procedures, quality control, informatics, contrast media, and MRI Artifacts. Students are required to pass the program with a minimum of a 75% grade point average and will receive the ASRT approved 87.5 CEU credits if they attend the entire didactic program. Attendance is mandatory for CEU credits. To qualify and complete all of the board requirements, Students will be required to meet all supervised clinical competency standards (at participating facilities or at your own place of employment) to be eligible for the ARRT exam. These clinical requirements can be achieved in concert or after the didactic course. Please call 516-323-3558 or email conted@molloy.edu or visit us online at: www.molloy.edu/ce/ct for an application for admission and further information on the application and registration process.NassauIMAGING TECHNOLOGIESMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
IMPAIRED DRIVER PROGRAMOffers an Impaired Driver Program for eligible motorists convicted of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), or Driving While Alcohol Impaired (DWAI). The Department of Motor Vehicles determines eligibility for the program. If you are eligible, you must register at your local DMV office. For detailed information on the program visit the DMV website. Nassau Community College offers a convenient schedule with weekend and evening classes. Classes are offered Monday - Thursday evenings, Saturday mornings and occasionally Sunday mornings. The $234 fee (certified check or money order) is payable to NCC, at the first class. Classes are located in the NCC North Annex at 500 Endo Blvd, Garden City. If you need additional information about NCC’s Impaired Driver Program, Office hours are from 8:30 a.m. -4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. To contact the office, please call 516.572.7201 or e-mail IDP@ncc.edu. NassauIMPAIRED DRIVER PROGRAMNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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
INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate in Industrial-Organizational Psychology which will allow students to develop key specialized expertise in the application of psychological concepts to workplace environments. Individuals with knowledge of Industrial-Organizational psychology apply psychological principles to a variety of work - related areas including human resources, employee testing and selection, training and development, and policy development related to work satisfaction, productivity and health. Students may transfer in up to 6 credits. The remaining 15 credits must be completed at SJC. This certificate is also available online. For more information call for a catalog or speak with an admissions counselor for specific requirements applicable to the certificate program.SuffolkINDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY CERTIFICATEST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Information Technology. Sample course offerings include: Programming Logic and Problem Solving; Enhanced Composition I; Composition I; The Craft of Composition; Introduction to Information Technology; Interpersonal Communications; Public Speaking; Operating Systems Management; Web Programming I; Data Communications and the Internet; Database Management; Administrative Management; Accounting I; Creative Problem Solving in Business; Introduction to Business; Entrepreneurship; Principles of Management and Business Law I. Call for more detailed information.NassauINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a program that prepares students for challenging and rewarding careers in one of the following fields: Network Design and Administration, and Computer Information Systems. Depending on the program track, Information Technology majors are taught various aspects of the management of information technology such as performance measurement, program development, disaster recovery, security, business analysis, top-down design of systems, and writing of technical documents. The Concept of teamwork may be reinforced through the assignment of group projects in various courses. Overall, this curriculum is designed to teach technology as well as to develop technological decision-making skills required by a successful information technology professional. Call for more information regarding admission procedures and requirements.SuffolkINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY MANAGEMENT ADVANCED CERTIFICATEOffers an 18-credit Advanced Certificate in Infrastructure Security Management program which provides you with the skills necessary to identify security concerns and develop effective responses to protect an organization’s facilities and infrastructures. You’ll learn how professionals use advanced technology for fire protection, crime prevention, and environmental monitoring to ensure that critical systems are fully operational and in compliance with regulatory requirements. Call for more detailed information.NassauINFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY MANAGEMENT ADVANCED CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
INSTITUTE FOR INTERFAITH DIALOGUEEngages people of diverse faiths and cultures, brings them together and celebrates their uniqueness and diversity. This program recognizes the need to create and celebrate fellowship. The Institute provides a forum for lively panel discussion, symposia and interesting lectures. Our goal is to promote sincere interfaith dialogue. Throughout the academic year, we host distinguished speakers who come to Molloy College and present in our special forum. Thousands attend these special, spirit-lifting events and revel in their content. All are welcome to attend. Call Molloy College’s Department of Special Programs at 516.678.5000 ext. 6880 or 6162 for more information.NassauINSTITUTE FOR INTERFAITH DIALOGUEMOLLOY COLLEGE
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
INSTITUTE FOR LIFELONG LEARNINGOffers a membership program that has been in existence at Molloy College since 1992. Most members are retirees, however, not everyone, nor is this a requisite for membership. Many members are consultants, work part time, own their own business or volunteer and are therefore at liberty to participate in day activities. Some members are in their fifties, sixties, seventies, some in their eighties and beyond. All ages are welcome, men and women, singles or couples, as long as there is a willingness to participate in learning and to maintain a rigorous mind. Members have one thing in common: love of learning, leading an interesting, stimulating and satisfying life. The Molloy Institute limits the size of the membership to keep a genial and warm atmosphere among the group, thereby promoting a close rapport with other learners, faculty and presenters.As a member of MILL you are also entitled to audit undergraduate credit classes on a space available basis (Rockville Centre MILL Groups only). Your participation is encouraged regardless of your previous level of formal education and scholarships are available. MILL membership is culturally diversified and invites participants from varied religions and ethnic backgrounds. When joining one must decide which day is preferable for one's schedule. There is no minimum nor maximum age to belong to the Institute. All you need is a desire to learn and to enjoy friendly and stimulating people. Members are invited to present one session to their group each year. By leading one session on current events, book or movie review, or a personal experience, the member is able to feel closer to the group and the group with the presenter. Trips are scheduled throughout the year. Membership requires an application and there are a limited number of memberships available. Membership is valid from September 1 to August 31 each year and lectures usually start mid-September and runs until mid-June. However, it is possible to join one of the MILL groups throughout the year if space is available. We invite and encourage interested applicants to come to a session prior to joining MILL. There is an annual membership fee for singles and couples. For an application, to schedule a free visit to one of our lectures or for further information call Jessie Prasad, MILL Program Assistant at 516.323.3940. or email her at: jprasad@molloy.edu.NassauINSTITUTE FOR LIFELONG LEARNINGMOLLOY COLLEGE
INSTITUTE FOR PARENTINGWas established to help ensure the mental health and well-being of young children and developing families by strengthening the capacity of parents and others who influence the lives of 0-5 year olds to provide nurturing, developmentally appropriate environments within a culturally sensitive framework. The Institute for Parenting provides programs for parents that include assessment, treatment, parenting education for young and developing families. Sample programs include: Therapeutic Parenting Services; Nassau County Babies Can’t Wait; Nassau County Closer to the Crib and The “I’m Here for You Now” Book Project. Sample Training programs include Master’s Program in Infant Mental Health Developmental Practice; Post Master’s Training Program in Parent Education and Parent Guidance and Post Master’s Training Program in Parent-Infant Mental Health and Trauma. Also offered are Continuing education workshops Courses and workshops vary each semester. Call for more detailed information regarding all the programs offered.NassauINSTITUTE FOR PARENTINGADELPHI UNIVERSITY
INSURANCE LICENSINGCourses include: Insurance Brokers Qualifying Course (99-hour Qualify course) and Property & Casualty Cram Course. These courses meet the requirements for the New York State Insurance License Examination. Call for more information.NassauINSURANCE LICENSINGHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
INTERIOR DECORATING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers an intensive course of study designed both for those who have a personal interest in the subject as well as those individuals interested in working in the field of Interior Decoration. Career opportunities for interior decorating students include: Assistant to Building Professionals; Interior Designers; Contractors; and Architects. A student may work as a sales representative or employee for wallpaper, paint, carpet, lighting, furniture or fabric stores, office furnishings or space planning suppliers. The program is composed of eight required courses and two elective courses. Course offerings include: Design Concepts, History Interiors and Furnishing, Color, Drawing I, Drawing II, Decorating and Design Applications, Materials, Business Procedures for Interior Decorators, Rendering, Lighting, Interior Decorating Resources, Decorating and Design Applications II, One Point Perspective Drawing, Two Point Perspective and Landscape Design. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information. Also offered is a career seminar to see if interior decorating is a career for you. Call for detailed information.NassauINTERIOR DECORATING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
INTERIOR DESIGN AND DECORATIONOffers a program for those students who are interested in learning about interior design and decoration for their own personal enrichment or for an entry level job in interior design-related fields. This program can enable you to save time, money and costly errors on your own projects and provide a solid foundation of knowledge for those seeking employment in this field. To earn the certificate in Interior Design and Decoration, students must successfully complete eight courses (six required courses and two electives). Sample course offerings include: Introduction to Interior Design and Decoration, Concepts and Elements; History of Furnishings; Materials and Trades; Color Theory and Media; Computer Aided Design; Lighting; Perspective Drawing; Introduction To Revit Architecture BIM (Building Information Modeling); Freehand Drawing; Business Practices and Procedures; Sources and Showrooms; Window Fashions; Accessories and Drafting, Residential Design. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauINTERIOR DESIGN AND DECORATIONLIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
INTRODUCTION TO BOOK-KEEPING FUNDAMENTALS - CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate in: Introduction to Book-Keeping Fundamentals. The course will discuss: Top Level View of a Multi-Department Large Organization; Top Level View of Year-End Financial Accounts of a Large Organization; Types of Business Organizations; Three Golden Rules of Book-Keeping for Three Golden Pillars; Principals Governing Financial Statements; Double Entry Book-Keeping; Debits and Credits; Charts of Accounts; Trial Balance; General Ledger; Cash Basis v/s Accrual Basis v/s Hybrid and Accounting Cycles. Call for more detailed information.NassauINTRODUCTION TO BOOK-KEEPING FUNDAMENTALS - CERTIFICATELIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
IRISH STUDIES INSTITUTEWorks to illuminate and document the central role Irish Americans have played, and continue to play, in the United States; and to extend and enrich exchanges between Irish Americans and those from other cultural backgrounds. The Institute will highlight the rich history, integration and cultural exchanges of the Irish throughout the New York metropolitan area and beyond. Sample courses Include: Irish Language & Gaelic Culture Classes (Beginners-Intermediate-Advanced). To register and for more information contact Jackie Williams at (516) 323-4730, jwilliams4@molloy.edu. Please check our website for additional programming for the Fall of 2018 at: http://connect.molloy.edu/IrishInstitute.NassauIRISH STUDIES INSTITUTEMOLLOY 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
JASON PASION TENNIS CAMPOffers tennis camp for campers entering into grades 7-12. They offer a high-performance training week which is specifically designed for players competing in or striving to compete in USTA Regional, Sectional, and National Tournaments, and those interested in playing middle school, high-school tennis, college tennis and beyond, as well as players at any level who want to be the best they can be. Head Coach Jason Pasion from Hofstra University will be directing the week’s programming and will be joined by his staff of current and former NCAA collegiate players. The week will feature Athletic and Performance training, high intensity drills, footwork, mental toughness training, point strategy, video analysis, and match play. Players entered will also have a chance to compete in a USTA sanctioned junior tournament that will be held on site at Hofstra University the same week. The Daily Program Includes: Stretching and warm-up exercises; Drilling and Instruction – live ball hitting, technique development and improvement; Point and match play and Tennis specific cross-training and mental toughness training. Jason Pasion Tennis Camp utilizes the university’s Outdoor Tennis Center, that houses 8 separate courts. Players will also have use of Hofstra's premiere dining facilities, indoor heated Olympic-sized swimming pool, and fully equipped infirmary staffed by registered nurses. With expert instruction and a motivating, positive learning environment, Hofstra Summer Camps provide the ultimate opportunity for learning skills and gaining confidence while having fun and making friends. Call for more detailed information.NassauJASON PASION TENNIS CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
J.M. LADGE SPEECH AND HEARING CENTEROffers a diagnostic and therapeutic center specializing in screenings, diagnostics and treatment prevention of communication and related disorders in infants, children and adults. The J.M. Ladge Speech and Hearing Center at LIU Post has the dual mission of assisting those with communication and related disorders by offering a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services for infants, children and adults (individually or in groups) and training graduate students in communication sciences and disorders. All services are provided by supervisors with years of experience and graduate clinicians, both working together to provide quality care that family members can observe. We offer state-of-the-art care for discounted fees and at flexible times. Call or e-mail to schedule an appointment or contact us for a free consultation.NassauJ.M. LADGE SPEECH AND HEARING CENTERLIU POST
JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTEROffers four clinics and a fully licensed early childhood program. The clinics include: Diane Lindner-Goldberg Child Care Institute, Psychological Evaluation Research and Counseling Clinic, Counseling and Mental Health Professions Clinic, Reading/Writing Learning Clinic and Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic. The Center supports high quality educational and practical experiences for Hofstra University students and provides services to University employees and to the community at large. Access to multiple services within the Center afford the opportunity for a comprehensive approach to a client's needs. These clinics serve patients of every age, with a variety of needs, for a very nominal fee. Call for more information regarding each clinicNassauJOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTERHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
JOE MIHALICH ELITE BOYS BASKETBALL CAMPOffers a boys basketball camp that is geared toward players entering grades 2-12 who desire training experience in all facets of basketball. At Hofstra’s popular Boys Basketball camps, our goal is for all participants to improve and reach their maximum potential. We provide individual coaching and group instruction as wells as 5-on-5 games and supervised competition. Campers are taught techniques and philosophies utilized by college and professional coaches and players. Campers are grouped according to age, skill level and experience. Your son will enhance his understanding of teamwork and competitive spirit, while upping his athletic ability and good sportsmanship. Hofstra University Boys Basketball Camp utilizes the University’s state-of-the-art, air-conditioned basketball arena; indoor and outdoor basketball courts; premiere dining facilities; an indoor, heated, Olympic-sized swimming pool; and a fully equipped infirmary staffed by registered nurses. Call for more detailed information.NassauJOE MIHALICH ELITE BOYS BASKETBALL CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
KELLY OLSEN DANCE AND KICKLINE ACADEMYOffers a camp that is structured to meet the needs of dancers who desire exposure to a variety of dance styles, including jazz, hip-hop and kick, with an emphasis on style, technical execution, flexibility, jumps, turns and performance. All dancers are evaluated by the staff and assigned to a level based on experience and skill. Instructors work hard to meet each camper’s individual needs. Teams are also welcome, as it is a great opportunity to work on routine building for the upcoming season. The camp utilizes the University’s state-of-the-art, air-conditioned facilities. Each camper should wear daily: cotton T-shirt, athletic shorts, and flat-soled sneakers. Dancers must bring their own water bottle. Bathing suit and towel will be needed on assigned swim days. Call for more detailed information.NassauKELLY OLSEN DANCE AND KICKLINE ACADEMYHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
KRISTA KILBURN-STEVESKEY GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPOffers a program geared toward those girls entering grades 2 through 12 who desire a training experience in all facets of basketball. A focus is on the fundamentals and our campers have fun focusing on it! In fact, basketball fundamentals are taught, demonstrated and drilled every day. Your child will receive expert instruction in shooting techniques, dribbling, passing, agilities, rebounding, footwork, fundamental stations and so much more. We provide individual coaching and group instruction as wells as 5-on-5 games and supervised competition. Campers are grouped according to their level of ability and every child is encouraged to excel and reach her maximum potential. For our Girls Basketball Camps, the Hofstra University Women’s Basketball team will demonstrate techniques and help develop campers’ individual and team skills in a fun, supportive and positive environment. We encourage all participants to become better basketball players by improving fundamental skills and learning what it takes to be reach next level. Girls Basketball Camp utilizes the university’s state-of-the-art, air-conditioned David S. Mack Sports Complex basketball arena indoor and outdoor basketball courts, premiere dining facilities, indoor heated Olympic-sized swimming pool, and fully equipped infirmary staffed by registered nurses. With expert instruction and a motivating, positive learning environment, Hofstra Summer Camps provide the ultimate opportunity for learning skills and gaining confidence while having fun and making friends. Call for more detailed information.NassauKRISTA KILBURN-STEVESKEY GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
LABOR STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a certificate program designed to offer students a solid background in the multiple perspectives on and analytical approaches to employment issues in an international context. In the process, students also have opportunities to acquire valuable analytic and communication skills that have become essential today for professional advancement. After completing a program in Labor Studies, job-seeking graduates invariably find this training a great asset for a wide range of careers in business (particularly human resources), nonprofit organizations, government, labor law, arbitration, teaching, and labor unions. The program also prepares students for graduate programs in labor and industrial relations and in related areas of business, education, law, public administration, and the social sciences. Labor Studies sample course offerings include: Introduction to Labor Studies; Women in the Labor Movement; Labor Economics and Labor and Employment Law. Call for more detailed information.NassauLABOR STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
LANGUAGE CENTEROffers classes in the English Language, Foreign Languages, and American Sign Language. The Language Center serves the needs of the community and is geared toward students who want to strengthen their overall language proficiency. Courses are taught on weekday mornings, afternoons, evenings, and Saturdays. Three 8-week sessions are held each year in the Fall, Spring, and Summer, and a 6-week session is given in the Winter. The Language Center offers the use of our computer lab to all of our students. We have software for many of our English language and foreign language courses. All registered students are welcome to take advantage of this effective educational resource. NCC’s Language Center offers English courses for non-native English speakers. Classes focus on speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Our goal is to help students strengthen English language skills in order to interact comfortably in community, social, business, and work situations. New Students should make an appointment to take the Language Center reading and writing assessment test by calling (516) 572-7062, emailing to LC@ncc.edu, or scheduling an appointment in person at the LC Office located in Cluster F, Room 309. Financial Aid is not available for these classes. Also offered are Languages From Around The World To meet the demands of our fast-growing global culture, the Language Center provides a variety of foreign language courses as well as American Sign Language. Class offerings are based on the diverse needs of our students who may want to learn a foreign language in order to travel, converse with family members, attend local and international conferences, or improve business communications. Foreign language classes are taught at different levels, guiding students in speaking, reading, writing, and listening as well as in developing a familiarity with international customs, cultures, and traditions. Additionally, our foreign language classes can help develop bi-lingual skills for teachers to enhance their marketability. We also offer American Sign Language to people wishing to familiarize themselves with this beautiful language. Students may be required to purchase a textbook or other educational material for many of our courses. Call for more detailed information regarding each program.NassauLANGUAGE CENTERNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
LANGUAGESOur instructor-facilitated online career courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. All courses run for six weeks (with a 10-day grace period at the end). Courses are project oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any course entirely from your home or office, any time of the day or night. A sample of the courses that are offered include: Speed Spanish; Discover Sign Language; Speed Spainsh II; Instant Italian; Beginning Conversational French. While the courses are all instructor-led, you do not have to log-in at any pre-defined time. Instructors lead the courses through discussion areas that can be accessed at any time after the course starts. Courses run for six weeks, with an available 10-day extension period at the end, and most take an average of 24 hours to complete. One lesson is released every Wednesday and Friday for the six-week duration of the course. You do not have to be present when lessons are released and you can login to the courses at any time after the course starts. You will have access to all lessons until the course ends. However, the interactive Discussion Area that accompanies each lesson will automatically close two weeks after the lesson is released. Thus, we strongly recommend that you complete each lesson within two weeks of its release. For further information on these courses, including course descriptions and schedules, please visit us at: www.ed2go. com/molloy, email us at conted@molloy.edu or call us at 516-323-3550.NassauLANGUAGESMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
LEARNING INSTITUTEOffers the Learning Institute thru the Hofstra University Summer Camps program. At Hofstra University Summer Learning Programs, kids are inspired to be creative and reach their academic potential. With a wide range of programs to meet the varied interests and educational needs of students, our acclaimed Summer Learning Programs provide quality and fun-filled summer camp experiences that enable campers to develop personally and socially, learning teamwork and building self-esteem through interaction with fellow campers. Campers can choose from a number of unforgettable Learning Institute Camps (and Specialty Camps), and can participate for two, four, or seven weeks. Campers spend one-half of each day participating in their area of specialization and the other half in planned recreational activities, including instructional swimming in our Olympic-sized pool. Campers can choose: 3D Printing and Animation; Costume Design Tech; Fashion Design Runway; Gifted Camp; Math Skills; Motion Capture Animation; Pokémon STEAM Club; REACH Program; REACH Program for Teens; Reading and Writing Learning Clinic; Roblox & Minecraft Creators Club; Robotics; Super Hero Academy; STEM Coding Programs; STEM Earthquakes and Structures; Video Game Design Foundations; Advanced Game Design; Video Game Design Professionals; Virtual Painting and Digital Arts and YouTube Studio. Call for more detailed information regarding tuition and dates.NassauLEARNING INSTITUTEHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
LEARNING RESOURCE PROGRAMProvides support services to students with learning disabilities. The mission of the program is to provide an inclusive environment that enables students with documented Learning Disabilities and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder attain their educational goals. Using a supportive environment for academic and social success, the Program delivers individualized sessions provided by educational and counseling professionals that focus on the strengths, talents and needs of the student. Services and supports also include collaboration with faculty, staff and campus-wide support services, which foster independence and integration, consistent with the Adelphi University experience. Call or visit the website for further information and admissions procedure.NassauLEARNING RESOURCE PROGRAMADELPHI UNIVERSITY
LEED® GREEN ASSOCIATEOffers a course in partnership with the US Green Building Council Long Island Chapter, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) accreditation distinguishes building professionals with the knowledge and skills to successfully steward the LEED certification process. LEED® Green Associates have demonstrated a thorough understanding of green building practices and principles and the LEED Rating System. Topics covered include: Intro, Water, and Innovation in Design (D); Location and Transportation (LT); Sustainable Sites (SS); Integrative Process; Energy and Atmosphere (EA) - Part of Materials and Resources (MR); Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) -MR, Part 2; and, Review - Practice Exam. The LEED® Green Associate credential demonstrates a solid and current foundation in green building principles and practices. LEED® Green Associates enjoy a broad understanding of sustainability that bolsters their careers and enhances their lives. The LEED® Green Associate credential denotes basic knowledge of green design, construction and operations. Professions that may be interested in the LEED® Green Associate include marketers to lawyers, landscape architects to education professionals, and product manufacturers to policymakers, as well as professions in real estate, planning, manufacturing, leasing, sales, and those new to green building. Students will be provided with a copy of all study materials. LEED® Green Associates earn their credential by passing a computer-based exam. The exam fee is additional. Call for more detailed information.   NassauLEED® GREEN ASSOCIATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
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
LIBERTY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMOffers a collaborative program that provides students (grades 6-12) with a broad range of services designed to increase motivation and ability to complete secondary school and seek entry into post-secondary education and/or meaningful employment. Students must be enrolled in one of the four participating high schools: Hempstead, Uniondale, Roosevelt or Rockville Centre. Interested students must meet with their LPP High School Coordinator to discuss eligibility requirements. Sample programs include: The Saturday Scholars Academy which is designed to provide students with supplemental academic support leading to completion of high school. An array of preparatory classes, workshops, symposiums and college tours are available to students. The Saturday Scholars Academy consists of classes on Saturdays and weekdays on the campus of Hofstra University. Workshops, symposiums and classes are also made available at the partner school sites. The Summer Programs include the Interactive Summer Programs and the Summer Scholars Academy. The Interactive Summer program enrolls LPP participants in internships and classes, during the summer, to explore different careers, through connecting theory and practice. The primary emphasis is on student learning through hands-on experiences. Thematic educational trips, connected to internships, are scheduled throughout the summer, to further enhance learning as well as provide career exposure external to the classroom. The trips also provide information on how the discipline is applied in the real world. Lunch is typically provided throughout the week. Other summer programs are offered in specialized areas including math and English. The Summer Scholars Academy is designed to expose students to careers in science and technology as well as fields that require pre-licensure, through 4-5 week hands-on thematic internships. Classes usually start after the 4th of July weekend and are held on the campus of Hofstra University. Students may participate in hands-on, thematic internships in areas including: Health Career Exploration; Film Production; Forensic Science; Law; Robotics; Architecture; Food Chemistry and Careers in Earth Science. The Parent Involvement in Education program facilitates student success through collaborative parent committees. Parents of program participants are encouraged to participate on one of two committees, designed to ensure that program goals and objectives are met: The Academic Committee and Student Programming Committee. Call for more detailed information.NassauLIBERTY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
LIBERTY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMRepresents a cooperative effort between the Suffolk County Community College and the Longwood Central School District, governmental agencies and business and industry to provide a unique, comprehensive and supportive environment for students for students who may be at risk of dropping out of school. LPP is funded by a grant from the New York State Education Department. The Liberty Partnerships Program serves those students in grades 7-12 who may not be reaching their academic potential by providing academic services that will improve their ability to complete high school and successfully enter postsecondary education or the workforce. LPP students who are juniors and seniors are also eligible to enroll in a two-semester program that leads successful students to one college credit upon completion. This offering contains a one-semester non-credit course that focuses on reading, writing, study skills, critical thinking and computer skills. The second semester course exposes students to topics of interest to college students and enhances their basic research skills. Additional credit-bearing courses are offered to students who successfully complete this sequence. LPP Program Services include: College preparatory coursework; Suffolk County Community College Seminar (leads to 1.0 college credits); LPP club and newsletter; Team building experiences; Cultural enrichment activities and field trips; Counseling; Tutoring and college placement test; ACT/SAT preparation classes; Regents review sessions; Student and parent leadership sessions and Workforce preparation which includes visits to and internships with business, industry and local colleges. For further information, contact Elizabeth Altman at (631) 451-4109 or Hagar Ali at (631) 451-4042.SuffolkLIBERTY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
LIFE EXPERIENCE CREDITSDuring the course of their career, adults often develop specialized skills and knowledge that are equivalent to college coursework. Adelphi has developed the life experience credit evaluation process as a way for adult students to earn academic credit for knowledge and experience gained outside of a traditional classroom. In the broadest sense, life experience credit includes all college-level learning before admission to Adelphi as well as formal learning gained through successful completion of coursework sponsored by the military and government agencies; it also includes knowledge obtained through career experience, volunteer work, the utilization of artistic abilities, and proficiency in computers and foreign language (this includes sign language). By utilizing the College of Professional and Continuing Studies’ life experience credit program you can complete your college degree faster and at less expense. The most important thought to keep in mind about life experience is that credit is not awarded for experiences (no matter how sophisticated) but for the student's ability to demonstrate that these experiences are college-level. That is, students must demonstrate, with the guidance of the faculty evaluators, they possess knowledge reflected in the coursework taught at Adelphi. Call for detailed information.NassauLIFE EXPERIENCE CREDITSADELPHI UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES
LITERACY CENTERProvides literacy assessment and instruction for students entering grades 1-12 who are experiencing difficulties in reading and/or writing. This includes problems with decoding, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, and study skills. Teachers employ a variety of instructional approaches, based on the most current educational theory and research. Assessment and instruction are provided by New York State-certified teachers completing certification or a Master’s degree in literacy. Each new student entrant is individually evaluated before the instructional sessions begin, and an individualized plan is developed to meet the specific literacy needs of each student. The evaluation includes a combination of formal and informal assessments, personal interviews, and writing samples. Based on the results of the evaluation, students are placed in either small groups (no more than four students) or in an individual setting. Conferences inform parents of progress and make recommendations for support at home. At the end of the semester, a summary report is written for all students. Programs are offered during three semesters per year: Fall, Spring, and Summer. During the Fall and Spring semesters, classes meet for twenty, forty-five minute instructional sessions. In addition, Saturday classes are available; a single, ninety-minute session will be held per week. The cost of instruction is based on group or individual placement. A summer session is also available. For more information, contact the Literacy Center.NassauLITERACY CENTERADELPHI UNIVERSITY
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
LONG ISLAND REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATIONPromotes improved educational effectiveness by encouraging the cooperation of its consortium of eighteen colleges and universities with the K-12 educational and Long Island business communities.SuffolkLONG ISLAND REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATIONLONG ISLAND REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATION
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 AND LEADERSHIP – CERTIFICATEOffers the Leadership Training Program which is a fast-track certification program in which students are subjected to a rigorous, research-driven, MBA-style education over the course of 20-weeks. Acquiring a powerful leadership education can aid in career advancements and help to excel professionals in their current positions. This program is slightly longer than one traditional college semester and prepares today’s middle-line managers, educators, entrepreneurs, and other administrative personnel for real-world organizational issues – equipping students with the knowledge to identify problems and construct optimal solutions as well as apply, delegate, and deliver visionary leadership and perform critical decision-making. The Certificate in Management and Leadership is a superb choice for professionals who seek to strengthen their general leadership skills and obtain new, scientific knowledge in order to become total quality managers and change leaders who are strategic and organized – ready to cultivate relationships, improve productivity, performance and the well-being of themselves, their staff, consumers, and overall work climate. Sample course offerings include: Leader Communication Redeveloped; The Brain and Behavior: The Science Behind Training and Learning; Industrial Psychology and Leadership: The Role of the Change-Leader; Conducting Research and Measuring Program Efficacy and Management and Leadership Challenges and Solutions. Call for more detailed information.NassauMANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP – CERTIFICATELIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Management. Courses include: Introduction to Business; Accounting I; Accounting II; Marketing Principles; Business Communications; Management Theory and Practices; Corporate Finance and Personnel/Human Resources Management. Courses may vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMANAGEMENT CERTIFICATEFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a structured series of courses that prepares individuals for careers in the field of management. The program provides practical training for current and aspiring managers. Participants will improve their on-the-job performance and enhance their career development. Courses may be taken individually or in pursuit of a certificate. Course offerings include: Management Concepts and Principles: An Overview, Leadership and Management; Effective Communication; Influencing, Persuading and Negotiating, Conflict Resolution, Building Dynamic and Highly Effective Teams and Financial Accounting For Non-Financial Managers. Some courses are now offered online. Course offerings vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauMANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
MANHATTAN CAMPUSOffers 90 degree programs, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees, in more than 50 fields of study, including architecture and design; arts and sciences; education; engineering and computing sciences; health professions; management; and medicine. A non-profit, independent, private, and nonsectarian institution of higher education, NYIT has more than 9,000 students worldwide. Programs are offered by NYIT's: Schools of Architecture and Design; School of Education; School of Management; School of Engineering and Computing Sciences; School of Health Professions, College of Arts and Sciences; and College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYCOM). Traditional and accelerated formats in day, evening and weekend sessions are available in addition to certificate programs, noncredit and personal enrichment programs and off campus independent study. NYIT maintains campuses on Long Island in Old Westbury and Manhattan.MANHATTAN CAMPUSNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
MARKETING CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program in Marketing. Courses include: Introduction to Business; Advertising Principles; Marketing Principles; Industrial Marketing; Salesmanship; Business Communications and Management Theory. Courses may vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMARKETING CERTIFICATEFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
MATHEMATICS SUMMER CAMPOffers a 2-week residential/non-residential program designed for students who will be entering their junior or senior year in high school and have an interest in enriching their mathematics education. During the two-week program students will explore several branches of mathematics, including: Knot Theory; Number Theory; The mathematics of puzzles and games; Cryptography; how public-key cryptography works and how to create your own codes; Cryptography - An introduction to the mathematics of finance and Statistics for the Biological Sciences. In addition students will learn to use MAPLE, an invaluable tool for anyone who is interested in studying Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, or Economics at the college level or beyond. The students will live in dormitories on the Stony Brook campus, residential staff is available at all times. Students will be escorted to and from the lab and supervised during breakfast and dinner and all other activities on campus (including the laboratory, dormitory, library, computer facilities, gymnasium, on all field trips, etc.) with the exception of lunch. Students participate in recreational activities (at the dorms, athletic fields), as well as visit other campus offices such as Admissions and Student Activity Center to learn more about college life. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMATHEMATICS SUMMER CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
MEDICAL ASSISTING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMProvides you with the tools necessary to become a medical assistant. You will develop skills in the clinical and administrative aspects of the medical office. In our program, you can gain the entry-level skills necessary to be competitive in the workforce. Course offerings include: Medical Office Procedure & Assisting Skills; Anatomy and Physiology; Medical Terminology; Training in Barrier Precaution and Infection Control Measures; AHA Basic Life Support Certification Course; Phlebotomy, Administering Electrocardiograms and Clinical Externship. Courses vary each semester. Call for more information.NassauMEDICAL ASSISTING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
MEDICAL BILLING/TERMINOLOGYOffers courses that will lead to a certificate of completion. Course offerings include: Introduction to Coding Diagnoses for Billing; Introduction to Coding Procedures for Billing; Introduction to Billing in the Medical Office; Computerized Medical Billing and Introduction to Medical Terminology. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMEDICAL BILLING/TERMINOLOGYSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
MEDICAL RECORDS-HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENTOffers two certificate programs in the field of medical records for anyone who wishes to become proficient in the Health Information Management profession. Certificate Programs are offered in: Certified Coding Specialist Preparation and Health Care Billing-Physician and Hospital Billing. Sample course offerings include Medical Terminology; Anatomy & Physiology; ICD-10 CM and ICD-10 PCS Coding; CPT-HCPCS-Coding; Advanced CPT Coding; Health Information Management Procedures Documentation and EMR’s; Interpretation of Laboratory Results; Pharmacology for Medical Records Personnel; Medical Encoding; Coding Review Course; Physician Billing, Reimbursement & Collections; Computerized Medical Office for Billers and Coders; and Hospital Billing & Collection. A certificate in a career track is earned by taking the applicable required courses for that specialized track. Courses are offered throughout the year and students can start any of the certificate programs at any time. Courses and requirements vary for each certificate. Call for more detailed information.NassauMEDICAL RECORDS-HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENTMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
MICHAEL J. GRANT CAMPUSEnrolls over 10,000 students. It provides a wide range of programs including Occupational Therapy Assisting, Nursing, Veterinary Science, Medical Records, Paralegal Studies, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood, Chemical Dependency Counseling, Business, Accounting, and Liberal Arts. The Health, Sports and Education Center houses health and technology classes as well as the Suffolk County Police Academy. It includes a pool, field house, fitness center, and health technology wing.SuffolkMICHAEL J. GRANT CAMPUSSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
MICROSOFT DATABASE DESIGN CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a program that trains students in the theory and practice of database management systems. Course offerings include: Introduction to Database Design and SQL Programming; Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server; Advanced Microsoft SQL Server; Introduction to Microsoft Access; Advanced Applications of Microsoft Access; Introduction to Visual Basic.NET; Advanced Visual Basic.NET; Developing Web Applications with ASP.NET, C# and VB Net and Advanced ASP.NET online. Courses vary each semester and some are offered online. Call for more detailed information.NassauMICROSOFT DATABASE DESIGN CERTIFICATE PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
MICROSOFT OFFICE APPLICATIONSOffers the following job-readiness courses that are designed for individuals planning to re-enter the workforce or those interested in building confidence in computer software applications. Sample course offerings include: Microsoft Office Bootcamp; Introduction to Microsoft Excel; Intermediate Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Excel PowerPivot. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauMICROSOFT OFFICE APPLICATIONSHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
MOLLOY COLLEGE ART GALLERYExhibits nationally and internationally renowned artists throughout the year and has been recognized by the New York Times and Newsday many times. Our gallery schedule also includes two student exhibitions each year. The gallery was founded in 1997. Our mission is to promote and support Long Island artists and Long Island arts organizations. The Art Gallery hosts opening receptions for all exhibitions, which are free and the public is invited to attend. Call for the more detailed information.NassauMOLLOY COLLEGE ART GALLERYMOLLOY COLLEGE
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
MUSIC ENSEMBLESOffers a solid and comprehensive foundation for both music majors who intend to pursue music as a career and non-majors who are interested in performing. The Music Department currently sponsors the following performing ensembles, Symphonic Band; College Choir; Suffolk Singers; Contemporary Music Ensemble; Jazz Ensemble; College Orchestra; and Guitar Ensemble. All SCCC students, faculty, and staff, as well as members of the community, are welcome to participate in a music ensemble. Contact the music department for requirements.SuffolkMUSIC ENSEMBLESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
MUSIC THERAPYOffers professional development opportunities for music therapists, as well as those in related fields. Opportunities are offered through workshops, courses and conferences scheduled throughout the year. Call for more detailed information.NassauMUSIC THERAPYMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
NEW YORK BASEBALL ACADEMYOffers a baseball camp that is structured to meet the needs of players ages 4-18, who desire a baseball training experience based on the teaching of sound fundamentals. Hofstra Summer Camps is excited to partner with New York Baseball Academy, which has provided the top baseball instructional programs on the East Coast. Players will take full advantage of Hofstra’s beautiful 240-acre campus, including the recently updated turf baseball field and the spacious indoor practice bubble. Players ages 7 through 18 can choose just one week, or up to 6 weeks of ability level instruction. Players ages 4-6 can select our Little Tots program. Call for detailed information.NassauNEW YORK BASEBALL ACADEMYHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
NEW YORK COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE OF NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYTrains osteopathic physicians for a lifetime of learning and practice.NassauNEW YORK COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE OF NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYNEW YORK COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE OF NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
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
NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a certificate program that provides students with the knowledge and skills appropriate for challenging professional positions in the growing non-profit sector. Non-profit organizations serve the interests of the community and comprise an increasingly significant portion of the American economy, spanning fields as diverse as human services, health care, education, foundations, professional associations, environmental management, criminal justice, and the arts. Program participants learn how non-profit organizations are established and administered; how they serve different segments of society; how they are funded and the role of philanthropy; how their programs are planned, budgeted, and evaluated and how human resources, legal, and ethical problems are resolved. While some of the courses are offered as on-campus classes, most of the courses are offered online and it is possible to complete all the requirements for the certificate online. Classes can be taken individually or in pursuit of a certificate. These courses are complete in themselves and require no prior knowledge in the specific area. Sample course offerings include: Survey of Nonprofit Management; Financial Accounting for Non-Financial Managers; Introduction to Nonprofit Management; Human Resources Fundamentals; Leadership and Management; Effective Communications; Nonprofit Fundraising Essentials; Marketing Your Nonprofit; Grant Writing and Special Event Planning. Call for more detailed information. For further information on this program, visit us at: www.molloy.edu/ce/non-profitmgmt, email us at conted@molloy.edu, call us at (516)323-3550, or attend our free Career Seminar.NassauNON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
NOTARY PUBLICOffers a course for those who would like to become a notary public. This course will prepare the student to take the Notary Public Exam given by the State of New York. You can become a Public Official or Commissioner of Deeds. The course will discuss Civil Law, Penal Law, Election Law, Domestic Relations, Real Property & Banking. New York State preparation materials will be distributed. Call for more detailed information.NassauNOTARY PUBLICMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
NURSINGOffers continuing education courses to nurses who wish to grow professionally or who have been away from the practice and are planning on returning. Molloy College has been approved as a provider of continuing education by the New Jersey State Nurses Association an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Provider Number NYP273/16-19. Courses and Programs are offered in the following areas: AHA Renewal Life Support Certification Course; AHA Basic Life Support Instructor Course; Intro To EKG Interpretation; Advanced 12 Lead EKG Interpretation For The Practicing Nurse; Peripheral IV Skills Program; Phlebotomy Skills Program; Central Venous Access Devices; Hemodialysis Training For RN’s & LPN’s; Physical Assessment Skills; Medication Calculations; Pharmacology Review And Update; Training In Barrier Precaution & Infection Control Measures; Training In The Identification & Reporting Of Child Abuse/Neglect; Operating Room Training; Nurse Practitioner Practice Review Course; RN Refresher Program; Updated Nursing Skills Workshop Series; Introduction To Statistics; Physical Assessment Of The Pediatric Client – Normal Vs. Abnormal; School Nurse Training Program; Transition To School Nursing: Field Training; Spanish For The Healthcare Provider; Individual Healthcare Plans In The School Setting; Role Of The School Nurse In Health Screening; Care Of The Student With Diabetes; School Nurse Emergency Care Course And Camp Nursing Workshop. Courses are typically offered throughout the year on day, evening and weekend schedules. Most courses can be taken at either our Rockville Centre campus or at our Suffolk Center in East Farmingdale. For further information regarding undergraduate and graduate courses, please call (516) 323-3570. For further information regarding continuing education courses, please call (516) 323-3558. You may begin your studies at any time. Call for more detailed information.NassauNURSINGMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
NYIT ACADEMYIs an immersive New York college experience for students ages 15–20. Our programs combine academic instruction with hands-on learning opportunities and unique cultural experiences. Programs include: Exploring Architecture in Manhattan: Learn about architectural design practice, theory, and history of design in one of the world’s most famous urban environments. Enjoy museum and office visits, work with CAD, and hands-on modeling, presentation, and portfolio preparation. Graphic Design and 3-D Animation/Game Design: Bring your digital portfolio to the next level. Discover techniques of visual communication and gain insights into the professions of art, design, and technology. Health and Medical Academy: Investigate career opportunities in the fields of nursing,clinical nutrition, occupational therapy, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, and osteopathic medicine. Makers and Fabricators: Learn how to take an idea from paper to parts to assembly. Explore the exciting world of making and fabricating with metal, plastic, acrylic, wood and other materials in a safe environment while growing your skill set. Modern New York: See how the city really works. With experts as your tour guides, you’ll explore the city, learn it’s history and how it works, and network with the people who keep it running. New York English Language Experience: Combine up to six weeks of intensive coursework with experiences only found in New York. Explore the culture, commerce, food, and people of this world-renowned city. Technology and Engineering Experience: Run hands-on lab experiments in electronic music, coding, gaming, hacking, robotics, 3-D printing, CAD, prototyping, materials science, and nanotechnology while learning about careers in technology, engineering, and computer science. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauNYIT ACADEMYNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
NYS TEACHER CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTSOffers courses for those who need them to become a certified teacher in New York State. Teachers must complete three workshops, in addition to completing an approved teacher education program. The workshops are: the School Violence Prevention and Intervention Workshop (Project SAVE), the Child Abuse Identification Workshop, and the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA). These workshops should be taken within your last two semesters of your degree program. You can enroll in these workshops through the LIU Post School of Continuing Education. Call for more detailed information.NassauNYS TEACHER CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTSLIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a Computer Programming Certificate program will give you a strong foundation in OOP languages, such as Python, C#, and ASP.NET, and will help you keep your programming skills current. Hofstra CE’s OOP certificate will qualify you for many high-paying programming jobs. At Hofstra CE, you can take all of the courses necessary to earn an Computer Programming Certificate, or you can take the one or two (or four) courses you need to bolster your skills, marketability and career. It’s your choice. Plus, we’ve got several online courses that give you the flexibility to study from home. Best of all, classes contain projects that have real-word applications that you can add to your portfolio -- in Advanced ASP.Net, for instance, you’ll do a website project hosted by a provider that you can later utilize in future designs. Required Courses include: Introduction to Coding – Python; Intermediate Coding – Python; Introduction to C# and .Net Framework Foundation; Advanced C# and .Net Framework Foundation; Developing Web Applications with ASP.Net, C# and VB.Net and Advanced ASP.Net - Online Program. Some courses are offered online. Call for more detailed information.NassauOBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
OCCUPATIONAL TRAININGOffers courses to help those develop skills in technical trade. With Hofstra CE, explore the many occupational training courses designed to enhance your career options and potential future success. Course Offerings: CDL Licensure: Class A & B; CDL Endorsements; Manual Dual-Clutch Transmission for Commercial Drivers and Professional Masonry Skills. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauOCCUPATIONAL TRAININGHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
OFFICE OF VETERAN AND MILITARY AFFAIRSLocated in Hillwood Commons, this office provides assistance to community members who served in the armed forces. With a wide knowledge of veteran and military affairs, the office can provide assistance to veterans who are attempting to garner federal and state benefits for themselves or family members. Call for more detailed information.NassauOFFICE OF VETERAN AND MILITARY AFFAIRSLIU POST
OLD WESTBURY CAMPUSOffers 90 degree programs, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees, in more than 50 fields of study, including architecture and design; arts and sciences; education; engineering and computing sciences; health professions; management; and medicine. A non-profit, independent, private, and nonsectarian institution of higher education, NYIT has more than 9,000 students worldwide. Programs are offered by NYIT's: Schools of Architecture and Design; School of Education; School of Management; School of Engineering and Computing Sciences; School of Health Professions, College of Arts and Sciences; and College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYCOM). Traditional and accelerated formats in day, evening and weekend sessions are available in addition to certificate programs, noncredit and personal enrichment programs and off campus independent study. NYIT maintains campuses on Long Island in Old Westbury and Manhattan.NassauOLD WESTBURY CAMPUSNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ONLINE COURSESProvide individuals with a diverse array of online learning options that not only offer convenience, but also mirror the liveliness of a face-to-face classroom environment. Our graduate degrees, undergraduate degrees, certificate programs and other on-campus offerings meet the same rigorous academic standards of excellence. In addition to high-quality academics, Adelphi’s online programs offer state-of-the-art learning technology, world-renown faculty, regional and national program accreditations, and personalized student services. Adelphi’s Faculty Center for Professional Excellence provides professors with a wealth of resources for gaining knowledge in online teaching strategies, best practices and the use of emerging technologies. They, in turn, provide you with engaging, interactive and media-rich learning experiences and teach you how to think and excel in an increasingly technological world. Adelphi University online and blended learning is: Highly respected; Convenient; Career Focused; Technology Infused; Affordable; Personal and Supportive. To learn more about Adelphi University’s online and blended degree and certificate programs, call us at 888.252.4110 to talk with one of our enrollment counselors.ONLINE COURSESADELPHI UNIVERSITY-CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ONLINE COURSESOffers online classes in cooperation with Ed2Go: short, individual, instructor-led courses. Instructor-Led Courses are for those students who are looking for professional development or personal enrichment, these six-week online courses are the perfect way to learn a new skill or enhance your existing ones. You'll spend roughly two to four hours each week completing two engaging lessons in an enjoyable, interactive learning environment. Expert instructors develop and lead every course, and you'll be able to interact with them and with fellow students in lively online discussion areas. Course are offered in: Accounting Fundamentals; Accounting Software; Arts & History; Career Builders; College Readiness; Computer Basics & Windows; CompTIA A+, Network+ & Security+; Creative Writing; Digital Photography; English-As-A-Second Language; Financial Accounting For Non-Financial Managers; Grant Writing; Healthcare; Investments; Instant Italian; Job Search; Jump Start Your Career With LinkedIn; Languages; Leadership Skills; Legal; Management Skills; MS Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher & Word; MS Project; Networking & Wireless; Nonprofit Management; Nutrition; Parenting; Personal Finance; Project Management; Publishing; Quick Books; Sales & Marketing; Spanish for the Healthcare Provider; Speed Spanish; Start Your Own Business; Test Preparation (GED, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, Praxis); Teacher Professional Development; Web Design, Graphics & Animation and Writing. For further information on these courses, including course descriptions and tuition rates, please click on the area or visit us at: www.ed2go.com/molloy, email us at conted@molloy.edu or call at 516-323-3550.NassauONLINE COURSESMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ONLINE LEARNINGOffers an array of distance learning options for students who need flexible course schedules and formats. Students have the flexibility to integrate online and distance learning courses into their plan of study—anywhere from a few sessions in a course to an entire degree. Our distance learning courses and programs go through the same rigorous approval process as our traditional offerings. They feature well-designed courses led by expert faculty who use emerging technology and communication styles to emulate the personal, lively nature of a face-to-face classroom environment. In addition to fulfilling students’ academic needs, the online format augments information literacy and technology skills that are essential for today’s world and workplace. They Offer Blended Courses which are courses where 30 to 79 percent of the course is conducted online. Attendance at specified campus sessions is still required. The percentage of instruction that occurs online depends on the course content and is at the discretion of the faculty. They also offer Online courses where more than 80 percent of the sessions are web-based; however, some are 100 percent online. If the course listing does not specify whether the class is fully online, contact the affiliated academic office for details. Each semester, a wide array of course offerings will be made available online to students enrolled in these programs, so that regardless of where they are in their progress toward a degree or certificate, they will have courses available that meet the program’s core, general education, and major requirements. If you are interested in distance learning options at Adelphi and College of Professional and Continuing Studies, start by exploring the Adelphi Online website. You can find out more information about what online learning entails and find out if online learning is right for you.NassauONLINE LEARNINGADELPHI UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES
ONLINE LEARNINGAt Suffolk, online education refers to the online Learning Management System (LMS) Blackboard Learn, and may include any online materials that instructors provide for their students to fully participate in a course. For example, a traditional lecture style course may require students to do homework online. Online education is an attractive option for individuals who are self-motivated and can work independently. There is no difference in what you are expected to learn; it is the modality that is different. Suffolk offers: Fully Online – These courses are offered entirely online using Blackboard Learn. Learning, participation in discussions, assignments and most exams are completed online. Please note, students taking fully online courses may still need to come to campus for some student services or proctored exams. Students cannot work at their own pace? Online courses follow the academic calendar and have due dates for assignments, discussions and exams. Students can register during the same times as for traditional courses. The college does not have open enrollment or Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Online courses are not easier. Online courses are just as difficult as on-campus courses, and may even be more challenging due to the learning modality of the course. Suffolk offers: Blended/Hybrid – These courses offer a combination of both classroom and independent online learning. The Blackboard Learn system is utilized for learning activities, participation in discussions, and course work in addition to classroom participation. Students are expected to complete both the in-person classroom and independent online components of the class for successful completion of the course. Suffolk offers: Web Enabled – These are traditional, on-campus courses for which instructors provide additional online study materials in Blackboard Learn. All Suffolk courses have the ability to be web enabled. Suffolk also offers: Computer Instruction on Campus - These are traditional, on-campus courses with computer lab-enhanced instruction. Along with the computerized instruction, instructors may provide additional online study materials for their students in the Blackboard Learn system. The entire course or a section of the course may be taught through a computer program with instructor guidance. These courses meet in one of the computer lab classrooms and the program is accessed via Blackboard Learn. Students should enroll in fully online or blended courses only if they are serious about and capable of more independent, computerized learning and timely completion of college-level coursework. In a fully online or blended/hybrid course, students will participate in lessons, complete assignments (e.g., essay exams, research papers, etc.) and take online assessments. To enroll in an online course, students should have successfully completed any requisite developmental coursework. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkONLINE LEARNINGSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
ONLINE PROGRAMSSJC Online puts you on a path to success inside the comfort of your own living room. With more than 15 academic offerings to work around your busy schedule, there’s no end to your possibilities. Exceptional undergraduate and graduate degrees, dual degrees and certificates. An unparalleled education is now available, worldwide. SJC Online offers program options in many exciting areas geared toward professional success. Options include: Applied Behavioral Analysis; Business; Criminal Justice; Health Administration; Human Resources; General Studies; Human Services; Psychology and and Religious Studies. In addition to full degrees and certificates, SJC Online offers minors in several academic areas. Minor areas include: Business; History; Marketing; Psychology and Religious Studies. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkONLINE PROGRAMSST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
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
OPHTHALMIC TECHNICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAMOffering an Ophthalmic Technician Assistant Program. This program will provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain employment in optical centers under the supervision of licensed optician. Participants must have a high school diploma or a high school equivalency diploma. The Program consists of two parts: Ophthalmic Technician Assistant Part I and Ophthalmic Technician Assistant Part II. Contact the Office of Continuing Education prior to arrange an interview and an admissions assessment to determine your eligibility. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkOPHTHALMIC TECHNICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
OSHA TRAINING COURSEOffers the OSHA 510 Occupational Safety and Health Standards For Construction Industry course. This course for private sector personnel covers OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, as well as construction safety and health principles. Topics include scope and application of the OSHA construction standards. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide. Upon successful course completion, the student will receive a certificate of completion. Call for more detailed information.NassauOSHA TRAINING COURSENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
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 a program that provides students with a practical foundation in paralegal studies in order to educate students in the substantive areas of the law, a strong ethical base to guide paralegals in their duties and responsibilities, the ability to develop proficiency in both oral and written communication and marketable skills to assist students to enter into or advance in law firms, legal departments, the public sector, or other positions where knowledge of the law is essential. Molloy’s Paralegal Studies Program is designed to increase the student's appreciation for the importance of law in our society, prepare students for advanced study in law and for employment as a paralegal or legal professional. A variety of substantive law courses make up the curriculum, with classes offered in both the day and evening. The Molloy Paralegal Studies Program encourages students to customize their studies with electives that fit their overall career goals. Sample course offerings include: Introduction to Legal Studies; Professional Responsibility in the Law; Legal Research and Writing; Litigation; Family Law; Real Property Law; Tort Law; Law Office Management and Substantive Law and Drafting Essentials. If you should have any questions or need further information on the program, visit our web page at: www.molloy.edu/ce/paralegal.NassauPARALEGAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND 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
PARALEGAL STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAMPrepares students for this dynamic field, which will add 21,200 positions in law firms, corporations, banks, insurance companies, government agencies and courts by 2024 (Bureau of Labor Statistics). Obtaining a Paralegal Studies Certificate can also pave the way to law school and a career as an attorney. The 306-hour program is approved by the American Bar Association and all courses are taught by caring faculty who are professionals in the legal field. Hofstra CE offers flexible class schedules, with day or evening programs and you can finish your coursework within six months. After completing the Paralegal Studies Certificate, students will be prepared to work in the public and private sector legal communities, and will understand the ethical mandates of the profession -- something that is emphasized in the Hofstra CE coursework. Our Paralegal Studies Certificate Program believes in the importance of network and experience so our administrators and faculty mentor students throughout their classwork. We also increase students’ understanding of the field as well as their future job potential by offering optional internship opportunities. The Paralegal Studies Certificate Program will also shows students the specific substantive and procedural aspects of New York law to insure success in the field within the Metropolitan area. Plus, Hofstra University has the famed 534,000-volume Deane Law Library, which you’ll have access to as you study. After you graduate, Hofstra CE continues helping you with various career services, including resume writing instruction, interviewing techniques and how to develop an effective job search plan. The Paralegal Career Center receives job postings on a regular basis and these are forwarded to graduates. A minimum of 60 college credits or an Associate's Degree is need to apply to this program. Call for more detailed information.NassauPARALEGAL STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
PARALEGAL STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a curriculum, which is approved by the American Bar Association, provides students with a background in law as practiced in legal offices and trains them to prepare documents such as probate forms, title searches and closing statements, pleadings and discovery proceedings, legal memoranda, and corporate minutes and filings. Skilled use of the English language is essential and a high level of verbal competence is required for completion of the curriculum. Knowledge of word processing software packages is strongly recommended. The certificate program is designed to serve students with either an Associate's or Bachelor's degree seeking a career-oriented education which upon satisfactory completion will enable them to enter the job market. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPARALEGAL STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
PARENTS AND CHILDRENOffers courses in: Inquiry-Based Science for Parents and Guardians and Conscious Parenting! How to Connect More and Discipline Less. Courses vary each semester and are located at various locations. Call for further information.SuffolkPARENTS AND CHILDRENSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
PEIR/55Provides opportunities for intellectual stimulation, cultural enrichment, and personal growth for retirees or semiretired individuals, age 55+. Bring your curiosity, your opinions, your expertise, your passions — and share them with other like-minded individuals who thirst for learning, meaningful social interaction and stimulation in a lively, dynamic environment unique to a university setting. Classes, discussion and interest groups, volunteer opportunities, social events and outings are planned and facilitated by PEIR members and guest speakers. PEIR members set the agenda, and new offerings are added each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauPEIR/55HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
PERSONAL ENRICHMENTContinuing education allows you to learn and grow in many different ways. By enrolling in personal enrichment courses, you can enjoy courses that allow you to explore and pursue your passions. Sample course offerings include: Continuing Education in Arts; Collegiate Piano Course I; Piano Ensemble I; Music Learning Thru Technology I; Collegiate Saxophone I; Musical Theater I; Introduction to Art; Financial Strategies for Successful Retirement; Using Mix Media to create Handmade Cards; Tai Chi; The Art of Seeing-The Capture of Great Photography with Jackie Stevens Images; Unique Digital Photography Printing From Photo To Art; Jewelry Making; Mosaic Art; Stained Glass; Mosaic Belt Buckle or Pendant Workshop; Still Life Painting; Fantasy Portrait Painting and Fearless Watercolors. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauPERSONAL ENRICHMENTLIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT COURSESProvides non-credit continuing education personal enrichment courses at each of the campuses. Sample course offerings include: Basic Digital Photography; Intermediate Digital Photography; Portrait Photography; Antiques for Fun and Profit; Basic Spanish for Travelers; Intensive Practical Spanish; Community Spanish; Basic French for Travelers; Basic Italian for Travelers; Basic Italian II for Travelers; Wood Carving I; Wood Whittling For Beginners; Perennials and Bulbs. Courses vary each semester and are held at various locations. Call for details and a brochure.SuffolkPERSONAL ENRICHMENT COURSESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
PERSONAL INTERESTOffers personal interest courses in a wide variety of areas. Sample course offerings include: Restore and Repair Antique Furniture; Introduction to Learning The Guitar; Healthy Harmonica; Beginning Blues Harmonica; Beginner Wine Appreciation; Explore Fine Wines; Genealogy Research; Explore The World Of Acting; Scotch 101 –Introduction To The World Of Scotch; Napa Valley Wine Jewels; Bourbon 101 – Introduction To The World Of Bourbon; Financial Aspects f A Divorce; Safe Boating Course; Coastal Navigation Course and Celestial Navigation. A Five-Part Transportation Series: The local transportation networks in New York City and Long Island, both rail and highway, have a long, fascinating, and sometimes tortured history. Through a series of illustrated lecture and discussion presentations, you will learn all about the development and evolution of these transportation systems. Presentations include: Long Island Railroad History; Before The Subways - New York’s “Els”; New York City Subway System History; Long Island Highways And Roads History And Light Rail In North America. Also offered is Nassau Community College and The Gardiner Foundation presents The Local History Institute Saturday Series for Students, Teachers, Professors, Historians And History Enthusiasts. Come immerse yourself in Long Island history! Visit key historical sites, meet local historians and scholars, and work with on-site specific projects. The Local History Institute will offer an opportunity for students to learn collections management, material culture preservation, interpretation, and public programming and engagement skills. Upon registration, participants will receive instructions regarding where to meet instructor depending on the location. Sample presentation include: Public Programming; Oral History/Material Culture; Survey/Mapping; Collections Management Interpretations/Docent/Tour. Courses vary each semester. Call for details and brochure. NassauPERSONAL INTERESTNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
PERSONAL TRAINER EXERCISE AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE PROGRAMProvides a course of study that combines theoretical science and hands-on practical skills training that prepares students for taking the AAPTE CPT-EFS exam. When it comes to personal training programs, not all are created equal. The Personal Trainer Course offered at AAPTE will provide you the competitive edge you need to achieve success. Online programs cannot offer the hands-on experience that is needed to prepare you for a successful career as a fitness professional. AAPTE provides you with the strategies you need to get hired and get clients. Obtain first-hand, real-life instruction from a team of specialized instructors and subject matter experts with in-depth experience in their disciplines. This program will help you prepare for the AAPTE CPT-EFS Nationally Accredited exam, participate in collaborative learning experiences and learn strategies to land a great job as well as tips to launch your own personal training business and get clients. The Personal Trainer/Health Fitness Instructor Certificate Program Highlights include: Fifty-eight (58) hours of classroom theory (includes 12 hours of anatomy, meeting the prerequisite for AAPTE CPT-EFS exam eligibility), Eighteen (18) hours of hands-on practical skill training taught at a state-of-the-art fitness center. Topics include: pre-exercise screening, fitness assessments, spotting, stretching and resistance training exercise biomechanics. Also included is an optional one-hour review session before each class and the course concludes with a three-hour summary review. Call for more detailed information.NassauPERSONAL TRAINER EXERCISE AND FITNESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
PET CAREOffers pet care courses. Sample course offerings include: American Red Cross Pet First Aid: Dogs and Home Cooking For Your Dog And Cat Courses vary each semester. Call for more information.NassauPET CARENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
PHARMACY TECHNICIANOffers a 160 hour program which consists of 80 hours of theory and 80 hours of externship at an institution and at a local retail community pharmacy. The ability to integrate theory into real situations within the pharmacy setting will take place during the externship. The program will be offered at both our Rockville Centre and Suffolk Center campuses. This program will prepare students to enter the pharmacy field and take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board's PTCB exam to become certified. Entrance into the pharmacy technician program requires a high school diploma or equivalent. Certification takes place through PTCB and is achieved by meeting specific eligibility requirements: Earning a passing score on the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE); Full disclosure of all criminal and State Board of Pharmacy registration or licensure actions and Compliance with all applicable PTCB Certification policies. See www.ptcb.org for details. After successful completion of the classroom component, the student can schedule the externship. The externship session is 80 hours that is completed at 8 hours per day for a total of ten days. Also offered is a Pharmacy Technician Career Seminar. If you are not sure if this career is right for you this seminar will show you how you can get started and what the requirements are. There is no charge for this seminar but registration is necessary. If you should have any questions regarding the program, please call (516)323-3558 or (516)323-3550, visit our website at: www.molloy.edu/pharmacy, email us at: conted@molloy.edu or attend our free career seminar.NassauPHARMACY TECHNICIANMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAMOffering a Pharmacy Technician Certificate program. This program will provide enrollees with the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain employment in pharmacies under the supervision of registered pharmacists or licensed pharmacy technicians. The program is a two part series: Pharmacy Technician Part I & Pharmacy Technician Part II. Call the Office of Continuing Education prior to arrange for an interview and an admissions assessment to determine your eligibility. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
PHOBIA AND TRAUMA CLINICOffers unique and technologically advanced treatments for patients whose fears inhibit their quality of life. The clinic has also successfully treated clients with post-traumatic stress disorder, a condition caused by an unusually devastating and/or tragic experience. Some common phobias treated at the clinic include: travel on airplanes, trains; public speaking; animals; heights; post-traumatic stress disorder; experiences in a war environment; an accident on an airplane or in a car; unexpected and devastating tragedies, such as the events of Sept. 11 and rape or sexual abuse. Treatment of phobia and PTSD is accomplished by the use of exposure therapy. In exposure therapy, under safe, controlled clinic conditions, patients are immersed in the situations they have long avoided, or asked to confront the traumas they experienced in their lives. Therapists simulate the environments that trigger a phobic response so the patients can learn to better manage their fears. Therapists use Imaginal exposure; virtual reality exposure and in-vivo exposure. The Saltzman Center is open Monday through Saturday. All therapy services are by appointment only. Fees are set at the time therapy is initiated. All services are provided in a professional manner and conform to the ethical standards of the American Psychological Association. Information will not be released without the informed written consent of the client, except where mandated by law or in life-threatening or abusive situations. Call for more detailed information.NassauPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
PHOTOGRAPHYOffers non-credit course offerings which will provide students with general knowledge and the development of intellectual abilities while exploring areas of interest or curiosity. Sample course offering includes: Getting to Know Your Digital Camera; Introduction to Digital Photography; Photoshop Basics: Making Good Photos Look Great! and Photoshop Part II. Course offerings vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauPHOTOGRAPHYHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
PHOTOGRAPHYOffers a variety of courses: Portrait Photography; Creative Photography and The Art of Photography. Courses vary each semester. Call for details and a brochure. NassauPHOTOGRAPHYNASSAU 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
PIONEER SPORTS ACADEMYOffers summer sports camps. The Pioneer Sports Academy upholds the same extraordinary standards as the C.W. Post Summer Day Camp. The program falls under the umbrella of C.W. Post Youth Camps and is licensed by the New York State Health Department and accredited by the American Camping Association. All sports camps will be led by the coaches of the C.W. Post Pioneer Athletics Division II Teams and their assistants; the entire program will be overseen and developed by the Director of Youth Programs. Camps are offered in: Girls Lacrosse; Boys Lacrosse; and Football in a non-contact setting. Also offered are Clinics led by C.W. Post Division II Championship Coaches and Assistants and Discounts available for teams (5 or more), siblings and multi-sport. New for 2011 For 16 & 17 year-old athletes PIONEER PROSPECT DAY (1 day showcase) Girls Lacrosse & Boys Lacrosse and Football. Call for details. NassauPIONEER SPORTS ACADEMYLIU POST
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
POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY INSTITUTE FOR EMERGING ADULTSOffers support to help emerging adults live the BEST-life-possible The vision of this clinic is to be a different kind of clinic. One that goes beyond helping emerging adults cope with stress, anxiety, and depression. One that teaches emerging adults how to create lives filled with positive emotions, engagement, deep, intimate, caring relationships, meaning, and accomplishment. A clinic that helps people identify, pursue, and achieve their personal and professional dreams. A clinic that creates a community of kind, compassionate, generous, and loving people who are dedicated to helping others thrive. A clinic that provides cutting-edge workshops and trainings to students, professionals, and outside agencies. A clinic that helps emerging adults live with passion and purpose. Positive clinical psychology uses empirically supported strengths-based strategies that help emerging adults not just survive – but thrive! When successful, people leave traditional therapy feeling less anxious, depressed, stressed, or angry. In short, they feel less "bad." But positive clinical psychology, based on the science of positive psychology, emphasizes that just because we experience fewer negative emotions and behaviors doesn't mean we’re flourishing. Therefore, beyond teaching people how to better cope with and manage their difficulties, therapists teach emerging adults the skills to experience lives filled with joy, gratitude, hope, love, and happiness. Nearly 25% of emerging adults are "rudderless." They want to succeed. But, many spend more time and energy going faster instead of changing course to align with their mission. Emerging adults are finding it more difficult today than ever to identify their strengths and learn how to use them in service to others. Being generous with one's skills and talents not only improves our communities and society, but it also provides engagement with the world and a deep, enduring sense of purpose. At the Positive Psychology Institute for Emerging Adults, therapists help young adults improve their lives, whether they are struggling with a particular issue or looking for ways to thrive. The clinic offers Individual Counseling for Young Adults and Group Counseling Services. Call To speak with a staff member who can help determine if the Institute would be appropriate for helping you live a life filled with passion and purpose. The fee is $30 per session, including the intake. All therapy services are by appointment only. All services are provided in a professional manner and conform to the ethical standards of the American Psychological Association. Information will not be released without the informed written consent of the client, except where mandated by law or in life-threatening or abusive situations. Call for more detailed information.NassauPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN MENTAL HEALTH AND AGINGOffers a Postgraduate Certificate Program In Mental Health And Aging. The World Health Organization has identified the need for significant changes in practice and service delivery to address the rapidly growing burdens associated with mental, neurological and substance use disorders. Older adults confronting these disorders face significant barriers to quality of life. These complex disorders in late life challenge new graduates and seasoned professionals alike. Population aging demands greater professional workforce capacity, and clinical providers are vital to assuring appropriate care and treatment for older adults and their families. This certificate program explores the practice implications of working with older adults living with mental, neurological, and substance abuse disorders. Participants may choose to attend either a stand-alone intensive training program, earning continuing education credits for each workshop respectively, or attend both programs to receive the Adelphi Certificate in Mental Health and Aging (30 CEUs). Programs include: Geriatric Mental Illness and Populations at Risk and Dealing with Dementia: Alzheimer’s Disease and other Neurocognitive Disorders. Call for more detailed information.POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN MENTAL HEALTH AND AGINGADELPHI UNIVERSITY-CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
POSTGRADUATE PSYCHOTHERAPY CENTERProvides professional, affordable psychoanalysis and psychotherapy to Long Island and the metropolitan New York area. The Center offers therapeutic programs for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. The Center offers personalized assistance to help you find psychologists, psychiatrists or social workers in your local area who have received advanced training beyond their graduate degree. Through their ongoing studies, they are knowledgeable about new treatments and procedures in the field of psychotherapy. Founded over 40 years ago, the Center is the clinical branch of the Postdoctoral Programs in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy offering high quality services and moderate fees. Programs include: Psychoanalysis; Psychotherapy; Child, Adolescent and Family Psychotherapy; Older Adult Psychotherapy and Marital and Couples Therapy. Call for more detailed information.NassauPOSTGRADUATE PSYCHOTHERAPY CENTERADELPHI UNIVERSITY
POST-MASTER’S NURSING CERTIFICATESOffers advanced post-master’s certificate programs that are designed for students who already hold a master’s degree in nursing and provide an educational route to specialize in an area other than the concentration in their master’s program. The post-master’s certificates in nursing strengthen the administrative or clinical capability of master’s-prepared nurses who are planning on or are already involved in a role expansion or change. You might be a clinical specialist who is moving into an administrative or nurse practitioner role or a nurse whose major was teaching and now wishes to become a nurse practitioner. The program is individualized to each applicant based on past experience. It is a part-time course of study that includes between 19 and 33 credits of course work. The post-master’s certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the required courses. Prior graduate courses are evaluated for possible advanced standing in the certificate program. Each student’s program and required course work may differ depending on the faculty’s evaluation of courses taken in the student’s prior work. Areas of study include: Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner; Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Administration and Nursing Education. Call for more detailed information.POST-MASTER’S NURSING CERTIFICATESADELPHI UNIVERSITY-CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PRACTICAL NURSING CERTIFICATEOffers a certificate program that is designed to prepare students for entry into practice, as well as provide opportunities for students seeking admission into RN programs. Through an appropriate choice of general education courses, students may prepare for the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree admission requirements. Upon award of the Practical Nursing certificate, graduates are qualified to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX). Prospective students are advised to attend a Nursing Information Seminar. For further information contact the campus Admissions Office for dates and times. The practical nursing program is highly competitive. Meeting minimum criteria for admission does not guarantee acceptance to the program. The college reserves the right to make final decisions based upon the applicant pool each year. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPRACTICAL NURSING CERTIFICATESUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
PRE-COLLEGIATE INSTITUTEOffers middle school and high school students a taste of college life and gain valuable knowledge and skills while meeting others who share their interests and abilities. Allow your child to make the most of the summer months -- while having fun! -- with a program that sets them apart from their peers when submitting college applications. The Pre-collegiate Career Discovery Institute has something for every child -- from aspiring entrepreneurs to future lawyers, chefs and business leaders. All courses explore career options. Programs include: Business and Entrepreneurship; Aviation Academy; Law and Criminal Justice; Culinary Arts; Sign Language; Photography, Graphic Design, Video Production; Preparing for College; Sports Journalism; STEM; Test Prep; Veterinary Skills and Writing. For advisement, contact the Precollegiate department, at 516-463-5373, or ce-Precollegiate@hofstra.edu.NassauPRE-COLLEGIATE INSTITUTEHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ON-LINE COURSESInstructor designed courses that are only accessible over the Internet. You must own a computer and have Internet connectivity. Course offerings vary each semester. Sample course offerings include: Safe Schools against Violence in Education Training; Identification and Treatment of Child Abuse; Infection Control Workshop; Notary Public Preparation; and Techhire Health Information Technology. Contact Suffolk for the most current list of course offerings.SuffolkPROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ON-LINE COURSESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSOffers high school programs which are grounded in Adelphi’s commitment to partnerships with the high school community. The high school and pre-college programs aim to provide students with a rich educational opportunity and to participate in special conferences and workshops designed just for high school students. Adelphi offers Summer Pre-College Programs; High School Summer Sessions; College Credit Advantage Program and Conferences and Workshops. Call for information regarding participating high schools and programs offered.NassauPROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSADELPHI UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES
PROJECT MANAGEMENTOffers a certificate in Project Management which is a growing profession. Organizations have come to recognize how a skilled project manager can help bring products and services to market on schedule and within budget. This course will teach you the fundamental methods, tools, and terminology of effective project management. The material is presented using a practical approach so that these skills can be applied immediately in the workplace. Students completing the course will receive a Certificate of Completion from LIU/Post. This course also satisfies the 23 hours of classroom training required for the CAPM, Certified Associate in Project Management exam offered by the Project Management Institute. Please note that LIU does not administer the CAPM exam. For more information regarding CAPM certification, visit the PMI website at www.pmi.org. Call for more detailed information.NassauPROJECT MANAGEMENTLIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a certificate program in Project Management and Implementation. Management Course Offerings include: PMP® Prep Course; Project Management; Project Management Tools and Techniques; Capstone Course in Project Management and Implementation; Confident Communications; Building an Empire: The Teen Entrepreneur (Grades 7-11); Delivering Outstanding Customer Service and Strategic 21st Century Marketing. Call for more detailed information.NassauPROJECT MANAGEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION CERTIFICATE PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
PROJECT MANAGEMENT CAPM®/PMP®Offers courses to Advance Your Career With CAPM® or PMP® Certification. By completing the CAPM® Course, a student will receive the required minimum 23 hours of instruction to sit for the Project Management Institute’s CAPM® certifying exam. By also completing the two of the three additional courses, a student will have the additional required contact hours to sit for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certifying exam. Sample course offerings include: Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM); Microsoft Project; Project Management: Leadership and Communication and Agile Project Management using Scrum. Call for more detailed information.NassauPROJECT MANAGEMENT CAPM®/PMP®NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICProvides diagnostic evaluations and psychological services to adults, adolescents, children and families of diverse cultural backgrounds who are having, behavioral, emotional, learning or adjustment problems. Emphasis is placed on clarifying problem areas, developing realistic goals and providing active short-term treatment. The full psychological evaluation consists of a biographical data review, psychological testing and assessment, an interpretive conference and a written report. Psychotherapeutic programs for behavior change include: Anger management, parent skills training, marriage and family counseling, stress reduction, and counseling for adults and children who have been abused. Consultation with school districts and other professional organizations are also available to develop programs within school and professional settings. The following services are offered: Anxiety and Depression Treatment Program; The Phobia and Trauma Clinic; The Child and Family Trauma Institute; Institute for the Study and Treatment of Anger and Aggression; Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Clinic; Child and Parent Psychotherapy Services Clinic and Diagnostic and Research Institute for Autism Spectrum Disorders. Call for detailed information regarding each service.NassauPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES CENTERProvides a private, nonprofit mental health facility operated by the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at LIU Post. The clinic operates with the objectives of providing diverse psychological services to all members of the local community as well as serving as a training facility for the C.W. Post Clinical Psychology Doctoral candidates. The graduate student-therapist’s work is closely supervised by licensed clinical psychologists who are faculty members of the Department of Psychology, as well as licensed clinical psychologists from the Long Island community who serve as Adjunct Clinical Supervisors. While providing quality services and facilities is expensive, it is the policy of the PSC to work with individuals and families regardless of income. No client is denied treatment due to inability to pay. Clients seek services for a wide variety of reasons. Relationship problems, school difficulties, or personal stress often bring clients to the PSC. Psychological needs for which people can find help at the clinic include, but are not limited to, the following. Learning Disabilities; Attention/Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; Giftedness; Personality; IQ – Intelligence; School Related Adjustment; Aggressive Behavior/Anger Management; Social Anxiety & Shyness; Depression; Oppositional Behavior & Conduct Problems; Fears & Phobias; Anxiety; Health Worries; Stress Management; Post Traumatic Stress Disorder; Bereavement; Phobias and Anxiety Disorders; Behavior Modification for Habit Control; Marriage & Family Therapy; Family Conflicts/Family Therapy; Parent-Child Conflicts; and Couple and Relationship Therapy. The following are current groups offered at the PSC: Child /Adolescent Groups include: Social Anxiety; Anger & Conduct Management; Dealing with Aggressive Peers & Bullies; Attention and Hyperactivity Problems. Adult Groups include: Living with Loss – Bereavement in Older Adults and Women in Transition-Coping with Challenges of Middle Age. In addition Trauma Therapy and Specialty Programs are also offered to Victims of Crime/Violence; Victims of Sexual and/or Physical Abuse and Survivors of Child Abuse. Also offered is the award-winning Trauma Response Team (TRT) of the C.W. Post Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program which has provided free on-site counseling in schools and community organizations following small and large disasters. Psychological First Aid, coping strategies and crisis counseling are provided to support recovery and foster resiliency. Call for more detailed informationNassauPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES CENTERLIU POST
READING/WRITING LEARNING CLINICDedicated to providing literacy support to children, adolescents, and adults in an environment where learners have the safety and support that allow them to take risks and gain confidence as they move toward developing mature control of literacy skills. The Reading/Writing Learning Clinic provides services to families in the communities that adjoin Hofstra University as well as in the larger metropolitan area. New York state-certified literacy specialists provide weekly small group or individual instruction. Instructional sessions focus on reading and writing as meaning construction and are carefully crafted to develop a flexible set of reading and writing strategies to use while reading or composing texts. Phonics and spelling skills are addressed and taught in the context of meaningful language study. Our program is modeled on a Reading/Writing workshop approach that creates an environment for engagement in author study, literature circles, and strategic reading and writing instruction. Students also participate in inquiry-based projects making use of fiction and/or nonfiction texts available from our library collection of award-winning children and adolescent literature, as well as through digital technology. The Reading/Writing Learning Clinic also offers professional reading and writing evaluations for school-aged children and adults. Our evaluations are qualitative assessments that describe the learner’s use of reading and writing strategies when transacting with and composing texts. The assessment process culminates with the development of a Biographic Literacy Profile which provides a detailed appraisal of the learner’s reading and writing strengths. Each literacy evaluation is conducted to advocate for the learner. Reading and writing proficiency is described in terms of meaning construction and our evaluations provide parents and teachers with straight-forward and individualized recommendations to support literacy development inside and outside of school settings. Call for more detailed information.NassauREADING/WRITING LEARNING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
REAL ESTATEOffers two areas of Real Estate education. The Real Estate Salesperson's Qualifying Course and Real Estate Continuing Education courses. The Real Estate Salesperson course is the mandated course in preparation for the New York State Real Estate Salesperson’s examination. Topics include: contracts, real estate instruments; estates and interests; financing; valuation; law of agency; license law and ethics; land-use regulation; human rights/fair housing; introduction to construction; and environmental issues. To obtain a Salesperson’s License, a person must complete the 75-hour Salesperson’s course; be sponsored by a licensed broker; and pass a state examination. Attendance at these 75-hour courses is strict. To receive your license, the exam must be passed. For more information call N.Y. State Division of Licensing Services at 518-474-4429 or visit www.dos.ny.gov/licensing. Continuing Education Courses are also offered to agents who need to fulfill this requirements. Visit the website for the most current course listing available. In addition Molloy offers a Real Estate Salesperson Career Seminar for those who are not sure if a career in real estate is right for them. This seminar will discuss how you can get started and what the requirements are. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauREAL ESTATEMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
REAL ESTATEOffers real estate courses such as: First Time Homebuyer Seminar; Property Management-22 ½ Hours; Notary and Real Estate Salesperson Qualifying Course. Courses and selection varies each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauREAL ESTATENASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
REAL ESTATE LICENSEOffers both the Real Estate Salesperson’s 75-Hour Qualifying Course and the Real Estate Broker’s 45-Hour Qualifying Course. In order to qualify for licensure as a real estate salesperson, an applicant must have satisfactorily completed a 75-hour salesperson qualifying education course in real estate approved by the Secretary of State, and have passed a qualifying examination administered by the Department of State. An applicant who completed the 45-hour salesperson qualifying course prior to July 1, 2008 may complete the 30-hour remedial course in order to qualify for licensure. Also offered is the Real Estate Broker’s 45-Hour Qualifying Course: sample courses include The Broker's Office-Operation, Management and Supervision; Real Estate Agency Disclosure; Real Estate Finance II; Real Estate Investments; General Business Law; Construction & Development; Conveyance of Real Property & Title Closing & Costs Review; Real Estate Property Management; Taxes and Assessments and Local Concerns. Call for more detailed information.   NassauREAL ESTATE LICENSELIU-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
REAL ESTATE LICENSINGOffers the Real Estate Salesperson's Qualifying Course (Approval Number F0117). The salesperson's course is required by the Department of State as a prerequisite for its licensing exam (required by all persons wishing to become real estate salespeople). After completing this course and passing the school and state exams, you are then qualified to work under the sponsorship of a licensed broker in New York State. Course selection varies each semester. Call for more information. NassauREAL ESTATE LICENSINGHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
REAL ESTATE TITLE CLOSINGOffers a course as a title closer. A title closer is the representative of a title/abstract company that gathers all relevant papers and documents and insures that the buyer is receiving good and clear title and that the lender is being protected by becoming the first and usually the one and only lien holder on the subject property. Some of the functions of a title closer include, but are not limited to, verification of correct amounts due and owing to satisfy mortgages, taxes, judgments and other liens, properly recording legal documents, and instruments from the transaction, checking and verifying that all documents are prepared and executed in legal and recordable form, notarizing papers and documents, and assisting many of the parties to insure accuracy in calculations of adjustments. Taking accurate and detailed notes is essential in case the events of the transactions become subject to audit. Sample course offerings include: Real Estate Title Closing and Notary Public Test Review. Call for more detailed information.NassauREAL ESTATE TITLE CLOSINGHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
REBECCA CENTER FOR MUSIC THERAPYUses interactive music therapy interventions to facilitate relatedness, communication, and thinking while removing physical and cognitive barriers that prevent people with developmental challenges from engaging in essential social interactions and life processes for people of all ages. We work towards our mission in a multifaceted way: clinical services, training and education, research, and publications. We provide services for children, adolescents, adults and the elderly. The Rebecca Center offers various music therapy programs that are tailored to the abilities and needs of each individual. We offer Individual Music Therapy Sessions, Group Music Therapy Sessions, and School District Music Therapy Programs. In addition, we are a training facility for music therapy interns and field work students. For further information, please visit our webpage at: www.therebeccacenter.org or call 516-323-3324.NassauREBECCA CENTER FOR MUSIC THERAPYMOLLOY COLLEGE
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
REGENTS EXAM PREPARATIONOffers regents exam review courses for high school students. Our course instructors are highly qualified, experienced high school teachers. Topics are thoroughly reviewed and the latest Regentsexams are used for practice. Small classes allow teachers to provide individual attention to every student. Review texts included in all courses. Sample course offerings include: Algebra 1 (Common Core) Regents Review; Geometry (Common Core) Regents Review; Algebra 2 (Common Core) Regents Review; Earth Science Regents Review; Biology (Living Environment) Regents Review; Chemistry Regents Review; Physics Regents Review; and Global History & Geography Regents Review. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauREGENTS EXAM PREPARATIONMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
RICHARD NUTTALL AND SIMON RIDDIOUGH SOCCER CAMPOffers a camp that is designed for boys and girls of all skill levels to improve their game through both technical and tactical instruction. No matter how far you advance in soccer, your footwork, passing, trapping, heading and shooting can always be refined, and every improvement can make a big difference on the field. This challenging camp will help players understand the fundamentals of soccer using a vast array of game situations. Campers train with not only Richard Nuttall and Simon Riddiough but also many of Hofstra’s Division I players will be on hand. The training doesn’t stop there; many expert coaches from all over the United States and Europe are on-hand as well. These coaches believe that the emphasis on development is by doing, encouraging soccer instincts through enjoyable small-sided games and game-related learning in a positive environment. Each camper should wear daily: cotton T-shirt, athletic shorts, shin guards and soccer cleats or sneakers. Campers must also bring a water bottle. Bathing suit and towel will be needed on assigned swim days. Call for more detailed information.NassauRICHARD NUTTALL AND SIMON RIDDIOUGH SOCCER CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
RIVERHEAD LOCATIONAn independent study college offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in a broad spectrum of academic areas. Programs available throughout New York StateSuffolkRIVERHEAD LOCATIONSTATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK-EMPIRE STATE COLLEGE
ROBERT W. ENTENMANN VETERANS LAW CLINICHelp veterans obtain disability (and thus, often, health care) benefits and apply for discharge upgrades. Students may help veterans submit disability claims to the Department of Veterans Affairs, work on appeals of denied claims, and help veterans obtain increases in disability ratings, for cases in which increases are justified by a veteran’s service record and health status. Students also may help veterans upgrade other-than-honorable discharges from the military so that these veterans become eligible for disability and health care benefits. Working alongside physicians, other clinicians and experienced attorneys, students help veterans with service-connected disabilities establish that their disabling conditions are service-connected. The Clinic Practicum is part of Starbucks’ Military Mondays — an innovative public-private partnership that engages community veterans in conversation and provides free legal counsel at nearby Starbucks locations. Call for more detailed information.NassauMAURICE A. DEANE SCHOOL OF LAWHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
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
SAT EXAM PREPARATIONOffers SAT Exam Preparation courses. High school students prepare for the new reformatted SAT including the reading, math, writing and language sections. Students rave about the individualized attention they receive from our experienced, professional and licensed SAT instructors. Those who have taken our course have increased their SAT scores by up to 360 points as a result of the course’s proven test-taking strategies and intensive review. The course fee includes all SAT prep materials. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauSAT EXAM PREPARATIONMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
SATURDAY CLASSES FOR YOUNG PEOPLEOffers more than 75 courses in academics, arts, athletics and test preparation on Saturdays for children ages 3 through 18 years. Saturday Classes for Young People encourage and inspire your child in the pursuit of knowledge and the love of learning. Children blossom in our small classroom settings. Winter and summer programs are 6-weeks long, while spring and fall sessions run 8 weeks. Choose from many classes including; reading, math, academics, STEM/STEAM, cartooning, theater, art, video game development, Minecraft, swimming instruction and even exercise classes for parents. Also offered is the Hofstra Gifted Academy (HGA) Children thrive in our small classes with low student-to-teacher ratios. They respond with enthusiasm to the personal enrichment and socialization not teaching to the test. In addition spring break camps are available. Call for more detailed information regarding each program.NassauSATURDAY CLASSES FOR YOUNG PEOPLEHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
SCHOOL DISTRICT LEADERSHIP ADVANCED CERTIFICATEOffers a school district leadership (SDL) program which is designed for school professionals who wish to pursue a career as a superintendent of schools, assistant superintendent, or district director. The SDL sequence focuses on the application of technology, reflective practice, and collaborative solutions to the real-world problems that affect our schools.Our SDL program is aligned with ELCC District Level Standards and is presented in a fully online format, providing maximum flexibility for working professionals. Candidates who successfully complete the program will be well prepared for the New York State School District Leader examination. If you have previously completed the NYIT School Leadership and Technology, Advanced Diploma program, you will need to take two additional courses and a district-level internship to get your SDL certificate. All other candidates must complete the full 5-course sequence. For additional information, please contact Robert Feirsen, Director of School Leadership and Technology at rfeirsen@nyit.edu or 516.686.1169.NassauSCHOOL DISTRICT LEADERSHIP ADVANCED CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
SCHOOL FACILITIES SAFETY AND SECURITY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a certificate program that requires successful completion of eight (8) required courses. Required courses include: Building Cleaning and Maintenance; Management; Organizational Structure of the School District; Safety; Business Functions; Construction; Energy Management and Indoor Air Quality and Green Cleaning. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauSCHOOL FACILITIES SAFETY AND SECURITY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
SCHOOL & HEALTH CERTIFICATESOffers: Preparation for The Level 1 NYS Teaching Assistant Skills (ATAS) Exam; Preparation for The Level 1 NYS Teaching Assistant Skills (ATAS) Exam (With Mandated NYSED Workshops); Dignity for All Students Act (DASA); Safe Schools Against Violence in Education Training; Identification and Treatment of Child Abuse and Infection Control Workshop. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSCHOOL & HEALTH CERTIFICATESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
SCHOOL LEADERSHIP AND TECHNOLOGY ADVANCED DIPLOMA PROGRAMOffers the only program in New York State that leads to certification as both a School Building Leader, School District Leader and Educational Technology Specialist, a distinct advantage for school leaders in the digital age. Whether taking courses online or face-to-face at a local teacher center, you’ll emerge with a powerful combination of analytic, administrative, and technological skills and a clear advantage when seeking senior positions in digital-age schools. A substantive study of data-driven decision-making, leadership, change, organizations, school budgeting, and site-based management will empower you to create solutions to the complex challenges you’ll confront as a school-based or district leader. You will develop knowledge and understanding of successful instruction, standards-based curricula, and the organizational operation of a school and school district. Call for more detailed information.NassauSCHOOL LEADERSHIP AND TECHNOLOGY ADVANCED DIPLOMA PROGRAMNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND GRADUATE STUDIESOffers Bachelor of Science degrees and credit-bearing certificates to adults with highly diversified professional and personal backgrounds. Adult learners are not traditional students. Many PGS students have college degrees and have already established themselves in the workforce. With programs on its two campuses and numerous extension sites in the five boroughs of New York City as well as in Nassau and Suffolk, St. Joseph’s College has the degree you need, right where you need it. Professional and Graduate Studies Degree and programs are offered in; Accounting; Computer Information Systems; Criminal Justice; General Studies; Health Administration; Hospitality and Tourism Management; Human Services; Marketing; Nursing - R.N. required and Organizational Management (also online). Certificate Programs can be earned in Alcohol and Addictions Counseling; Counseling; Criminology/Criminal Justice; Gerontology; Health Care Management; Health Instruction; Home Care Administration; Hospice; Human Resources (also available online); Information Technology Applications; Leadership and Supervision (also available online); Management; Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations; Training and Staff Development. Online degree programs can be earned in Organizational Management. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND GRADUATE STUDIESST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
SCIENCE 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
SCOTT SKODNEK BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTERAssists small business entrepreneurs on Long Island and in the metropolitan area to succeed in starting or expanding a business. The BDC, a designated New York State Entrepreneurial Assistance Center, offers support to these entrepreneurs through Entrepreneurship Assistance Center EAC, Operation Downtown Seminar; Digital Marketing Bootcamps; financial management using QuickBooks and providing assistance with the Minority/Women Owned Business Enterprise (M/WBE) Certification application process. The BDC has supported more than 1,300 entrepreneurs since 1991 and received the Outstanding Performance Award from Empire State Development Corp. in 2009, 2013 and 2019. Call for more detailed information.NassauSCOTT SKODNEK BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTERHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
SELF IMPROVEMENTOffers self-improvement courses such as: How to Heal The Gut, Thyroid And Immune Axis With Chinese Medicine And Diet; Self-Care Acupressure for Anxiety And Insomnia; May I Have Your Attention Please?; Heal Old Hurts And Get On With Your Life!; The Art of Dis-Stress Management and The Five Pillars of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauSELF IMPROVEMENTNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
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
SENIOR CITIZEN OBSERVER PROGRAMInvites Nassau County senior citizens to participate in the Senior Observer Program. This program permits Nassau County residents 60 years of age and older to observe credit-bearing courses, tuition free, on a space-available basis. Certain courses at the College are not available through the Senior Observer Program. Although senior observers are not graded or given academic credit, they must meet course prerequisites. While the program provides senior citizens the opportunity to observe a course, the actual extent and level of participation is at the discretion of the instructor. For questions about creating a schedule, contact the Senior Observer Volunteer Office at 516-572-7200.For general information about the program, email ced@ncc.edu or call the Office of Lifelong Learning at 516-572-7472.NassauSENIOR CITIZEN OBSERVER PROGRAMNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
SENIOR CITIZENSSenior adults over the age of 65 are welcome to enroll in undergraduate and graduate courses at the LIU Post or LIU Brentwood at a significant discount to earn a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or for personal and intellectual enrichment. Senior Adults pay 1/2 tuition for credit courses (50% reduction) and Senior Adults pay 1/4 tuition to audit courses (75% reduction). The special Senior Adult tuition rate is not applicable to institutes, workshops, continuing education programs, per capita classes, individualized courses of instruction, or studio art classes. Special course fees (such as laboratory and art fees) still apply. Call for more detailed information.NassauSENIOR CITIZENSLIU POST
SENIOR CITIZENSOffers Suffolk County residents 60 years of age or older the ability to attend credit-bearing courses on a space available basis without paying tuition. Please note, however, that senior citizens are expected to pay required college fees. In addition, Senior citizens enrolling in a physical education, internship, cooperative education or field placement course/program are required to pay a non-refundable Accident Insurance Fee. Those who attend courses through this program do not receive academic credit but have an opportunity to develop their personal and professional interests by attending the classes as audit students. It should be understood that no grades can be earned or recorded for participation in these courses. The College cannot extend this opportunity to attend courses on a space available basis to senior citizens registering for non-credit courses, since the latter must be financially self-supporting. Each semester a special registration time is set aside for senior citizens who wish to avail themselves of this program. Additional information may be obtained by calling the campus Registrar's Office. Senior citizens are also invited to attend the theatre productions, concerts, art exhibits and lectures sponsored by the College. Most events have no admission charge, although tickets may be required.SuffolkSENIOR CITIZENSSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
SETH TIERNEY BOYS LACROSSE CAMPOffers a lacrosse camp for boys entering grades 2 through 12 who desire a full day of training experience in all facets of lacrosse. The camp places strong emphasis on instruction and works to improve your son’s skills each-and-every day all while stressing the importance of teamwork, sportsmanship and focus. The camp is geared to boys who desire a full day of Lacrosse training. The goal of our Boys Lacrosse Camp is to teach the basics of individual, group and team lacrosse -- and have fun while doing it. Players learn the fundamental aspects of dodging, passing, catching and shooting, as well as individual defense, goalie play and face-off techniques. In addition, players learn team skills such as team offense, riding, clearing, team defense and transition play. Campers are placed on teams based on their age and ability, but will be adjusted, according to size, maturity and skill level following observation and evaluation by our professional coaches. Each day is divided into four periods: two practice sessions, lunch and an educational lecture and/or film, as well as the opportunity to swim twice per week. Lacrosse Camp utilizes Hofstra University’s state-of-the-art, outdoor facilities, an indoor heated Olympic-sized swimming pool and a fully equipped infirmary staffed by registered nurses. With expert instruction and a motivating, positive learning environment, Boys Lacrosse Camp provides the ultimate opportunity for learning skills and gaining confidence while having fun and making friends. Call for more detailed information and tuition.NassauSETH TIERNEY BOYS LACROSSE CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
SHANNON SMITH GIRLS LACROSSE CAMPOffers a lacrosse camp for girls entering grades 2-12. Lacrosse camp is for every player to learn new skills and have fun playing the sport we all love! Instruction includes individual skills, strategies and game play. With a knowledgeable and experienced staff, we strive to educate each player and build on his or her strengths while addressing any weaknesses. The counselors demonstrate techniques and develop campers’ skills in a fun, positive environment, and they encourage players of all abilities to be successful at the next level. All players are divided by age and experience, and requests to be with friends will be honored. The day is divided into station/drill sessions, individual instruction, team practice, and tournament game play. Campers receive hands-on, individual attention in all areas of the game. Instruction includes, but is not limited to, catching, throwing, stick handling, dodging, draws, goal keeping, transition, groundballs, and defensive and offensive scenarios. Each camper should wear daily: cotton T-shirt, athletic shorts, sneakers, sweat socks, cleats. Please bring a lacrosse stick, goggles, and mouthguard. All goalies are responsible for bringing their own equipment. Bathing suit and towel are needed on assigned swim days. Campers must bring their own water bottle. Call for more detailed information.NassauSHANNON SMITH GIRLS LACROSSE CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
SISTER MARY CELESTE BECK AUDITING SERIESOffers courses in cooperation with the Communication Arts, English, Music, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology and Theology Departments at Molloy College. Participation of the community in these courses are welcomed and the cost is $50 per course. Courses are for the entire semester. The student is exposed to 45 clock hours of instruction and lecture. The student will not receive college credit for the course(s). Sample course offerings include: Literature In The Digital Age; Chaucer; Prose And Poetry Of The Romantic Period and African American Literature From 18th Century To 1940. Courses vary each semester. Call for more information.NassauSISTER MARY CELESTE BECK AUDITING SERIESMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
SOCIAL MEDIAOffers Social Media Courses. Sample course offerings include: Digital and Social Media Marketing Intensive; One-Day Blogging Intensive; Video Marketing Intensive: You Tube and Beyond; Sales and Marketing Technology Intensive: Save Time and Increase Profits; SEO: What You Need to Know; How to Measure the Success of Digital and Social Media; Introduction to Linkedin; Introduction to Twitter; Content Marketing: 27 Proven Content Strategies to Get You Liked, Shared and Humming with Traffic and Developing a Social Media Strategic Plan. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauSOCIAL MEDIAHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
SOCIAL MEDIAOffers courses in Social Media. Sample course offerings include: Digital and Social Media Marketing Intensive; One-Day Blogging Intensive; Video Marketing Intensive: You Tube and Beyond; Sales and Marketing Technology Intensive: Save Time and Increase Profits; SEO: What You Need to Know; How to Measure the Success of Digital and Social Media;Introduction to Linkedin; Introduction to Twitter; Content Marketing: 27 Proven Content Strategies to Get You Liked, Shared and Humming with Traffic and Developing a Social Media Strategic Plan. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauSOCIAL MEDIAHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
SOCIAL TRAINING CENTERProvides therapeutic services to high school and college-aged individuals and their families, in order to help negotiate life adjustments such as the social, academic and vocational challenges. Most adolescents and young adults with Asperger’s want to find a safe forum to discuss and explore topics that can be very difficult to address. We provide group and individual processing opportunities to students. This enables them to share and explore their experiences dealing with disabilities in areas such as understanding social cues, executive functioning difficulties, family dynamics, sexuality and dating concerns, establishing and maintaining relationships, and work-related problems. The Social Training Center provides ongoing therapeutic and support services in groups and individual counseling sessions to high school and college-aged individuals, between ages 15-22, with a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome or High Functioning Autism. Each group is comprised of individuals matched according to age, interests and developmental needs. Group sessions last 1-hour, and individual sessions are 45-minutes. Each participant will be charged a moderate fee for individual and group sessions. To find out more about the Center's services, or to indicate your interest in scheduling an appointment, please fill out our Interest Form online or call.NassauSOCIAL TRAINING CENTERADELPHI UNIVERSITY
SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE FELLOWS (SWPF) CERTIFICATE PROGRAMOffers a Professional Development Program for Social Work Supervisors of Direct Practice across the Life Course. This premier 36-hour certificate program features an advanced curriculum in terms of sophistication of content with a focus on some of the most complex issues that challenge MSW supervisors. This program is part of a multi-site initiative being coordinated by Adelphi University faculty with support from the Florence V. Burden Foundation and the Health Foundation of Western and Central New York. The participants selected for the program must be MSW-level social workers who are supervising social service workers from diverse settings. Supervisees can include any number of MSWs, BSWs, or other social service staff, in any combination. Attendees are expected to attend all six program days as well as completing anonymous pre- and post-program surveys. (All survey data will be de-identified and reported only in aggregate. Your name will not be linked in any way with your responses to this survey.) Application: Social work supervisors must apply for acceptance into the program. We will strive to bring together a diverse group of participants. Apply early. Based on the volume of applications, acceptance decisions will be made every 2-3 weeks until the program is full. You can register and pay after acceptance into the program. To successfully complete the SWPF certificate program, participants are expected to: Attend all 6 training days; Complete pre- and post-program self-assessments of supervisory practice and Participate in activities and discussions. For CEs, full attendance is required; partial credit is not given for partial attendance. A CE certificate will be issued for each separate workshop. Certificates of completion will be issued at the end of the program to those who attended all 6 days. This program has been approved for the following continuing education credits: Social Workers; LMHC; LMFT; CASAC Renewal and Psychology. Successful completion for the award of approved continuing education credits requires attendance at entire training/workshop and submission of a completed evaluation form. Call for more details.SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE FELLOWS (SWPF) CERTIFICATE PROGRAMADELPHI UNIVERSITY-CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
SOCIAL WORK PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTOffers courses for social workers. Molloy College, Continuing Education & Professional Development Social Work CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0110. Select courses in our Addiction Studies Program (CASAC and Recredentialling), as well as three conferences (Social Work, Clinical Mental Health Conference and Palliative Care Conference), will all be offered for Social Work CPE credit. Courses and conferences vary each semester. Call for the most detailed information.NassauSOCIAL WORK PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
SOCIETY FOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (SHRM)Offers a class to help students achieve credentials in SHRM. The Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP™) and SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP™) credentials are poised to become the new standard for HR professionals worldwide, as they are among the first HR certifications that focus on teaching and testing the practical, real-life information HR professionals need to excel in their careers today, including knowledge, skills and behavioral competencies. Our course is based on the NEW 2019 SHRM Learning System for SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP. Comprised of comprehensive learning modules teaching the SHRM Body of Competency and Knowledge™ (SHRM BoCK™), and online resources, these study materials streamline study time, accelerate learning and build confidence for passing the SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP exam. Expand and test your knowledge and practical, real-life competencies in areas critical for HR career success. By attending our course, you’ll benefit from: an experienced, certified instructor; The SHRM Learning System historically ranked the #1 HR certification prep tool; a structured learning experience that keeps you on track and opportunities to network and learn from your peers. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSOCIETY FOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (SHRM)ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
SOFTBALL CAMPOffers numerous summer camps and clinics throughout the year for student-athletes of varying ages looking to have some fun and improve their skills. Offers Softball camp through First Pitch Softball Training. At First Pitch Softball, my motivation is the development of athletes so that they leave a little better than they started. Through a methodical planned approach to player development, you can be assured of an organized and structured clinic that is also filled with fun experiences for the player. Along the way, we are encouraged by the friends we make and the fun we have. We will continue to Play For the Love of The Game and forge a reputation of respectful softball. Call for more detailed information.NassauSOFTBALL CAMPADELPHI UNIVERSITY
SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING CLINICOffers diagnostic and treatment services to children and adults for a variety of communication disorders. All clinical services are supervised by professional speech-language pathologists and audiologists who hold certification by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. Speech-language pathology services include: Comprehensive evaluations of communication including speech, language and literacy; Language therapy: spoken and written language; Articulation therapy; Voice therapy; Treatment of stuttering; Treatment of myofunctional disorders, swallowing and related functions; Treatment of cognitive-communication disorders and Consultation regarding Augmentative/Alternate Communication. In addition communication enhancement services are offered to: Improve English-language proficiency and Modify accent. Audiology services include: Audiological evaluations and screenings; Hearing aid evaluations, including fitting and dispensing; Central auditory processing evaluations and Aural rehabilitation services. Additional specialty clinics include: "Speaking of Toddlers" which is a language stimulation group for preschoolers. Through developmentally appropriate play, sensory-based activities, and snack/craft/story time, children develop vocabulary and social communication skills. Language facilitation strategies, peer to peer interactions in small group settings, and parent training are used to achieve each child's individual language/communication goals. The Aphasia Program is also offered. Aphasia is an acquired communication disorder that impairs a person's ability to process language. Individual treatment, designed to assist in the recovery of speech, language, reading, writing and functional communication, is provided at the clinic. Group therapy is employed to support individual treatment, and to provide opportunities for social participation. The program also includes a group for caregivers of people with aphasia. Some community-based projects include: Language stimulation groups at the Saltzman Community Services Center's Diane Lindner-Goldberg Child Care Institute (CCI) and Language-literacy support program at an area elementary school. Call for more detailed information.NassauSPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGYMolloy College is approved by The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), the accrediting organization for speech pathologists and audiologists, to provide programming wherein participants are eligible to receive ASHA CEUs. Programs are offered throughout the year. For further information or to be placed on our mailing list, please call Cindy Thomas at (516) 323-3554 or email her at: cthomas@molloy.edu or visit us online at www.molloy.edu/ce/slp. The Speech, Language and Hearing Center facilities offers a dynamic place where faculty, staff and students evaluate and treat communication disorders in children and adults. The Speech Center offers both evaluation and treatment services in the areas of speech, language and hearing. The Center is staffed with licensed and experienced professionals, certified by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association. Clinicians and student clinicians treat clients in an atmosphere of mutual respect. Consideration is given to the individual needs of the client based on developmental and neurodevelopmental issues, as well as the functional needs of the individual. The Speech, Language and Hearing Center fosters an understanding of culturally and linguistically diverse populations. True to our philosophy of integrating theory and practice, there are many opportunities for students to work with clients from diverse backgrounds engaging in clinical, outreach and service learning activities with diverse populations. Our staff consists of ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologists and an ASHA and AAA certified audiologist. Our clinicians are students of our degree program in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. • We provide a learning environment for our students wherein they provide valuable services to individuals with communication disorders under the close supervision of and collaboration with licensed and certified professionals. This enables us to Provide diagnostic services, both evaluations and screenings, to children and adults. Provide treatment services to clients with an array of communication disorders. Provide speech and hearing screenings and informational workshops within the community. Educate clients and their families about communication disorders and how to facilitate positive changes. Treatment groups that integrate social activity are an important part of what is offered by the Molloy College Speech, Language and Hearing Center. Learn more about the Aphasia Group and the Pediatric Group. To register for either individual or group sessions, please visit: www.molloy.edu/about-molloy-college/offices-and-services/office-of-thepresident/centers-and-institutes/the-speech-language-and-hearingcenter-at-molloy-college/clinic. Call for more detailed information.NassauSPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGYMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
SPORTS JOURNALISM AND BROADCASTING CERTIFICATE PROGRAM FOR TEENSOffers a non-credited certificate program that is open to anyone from 12 to 18 years of age. The in-depth series of courses within the certificate program shall provide students with the necessary fundamental core foundations and skill sets required in sports journalism, as well as, how to become a well-rounded sportscaster. Students are taught in state-of-the-art classrooms and studios on the Hofstra University campus. The Sports Journalism certificate program requires successful completion of six (6) required courses and two (2) elective course. Sample Course offerings include: Introduction to Sportscasting for Teens (For Student Grades 7-12); Introduction to Sports Journalism for Young Women (Ages: 12 to 18), Introduction to Sports Research and Sportscasting Prep; Sports Writing, Blogging, and Social Media; How to Prepare and Conduct a Sports Related Interview; Sports Radio Hosting; Sports Producing and Editing; Intermediate Sportscasting for Teens (For Students Grades 7-12); Vocal Coaching for Teens; Sports Television Hosting and Anchoring; Television Sports Reporting; Pre & Post Game Shows for Radio & TV; Sports Round Table Hosting; Sports Play-by-Play for TV & Radio and Sports Journalism 101 for Teens (Grades 6-12), The skills sets taught in this certificate program will help prepare students for college level studies, work experiences, and future career goals. Upon successful completion of the programs students will receive a Hofstra University Continuing Education official student transcript and a program certificate. Certificate can be earned in less than 12-months. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauSPORTS JOURNALISM & BROADCASTING INSTITUTE FOR TEENSHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
SPORTS JOURNALISM & BROADCASTING INSTITUTE FOR TEENSOur instructors and guest speakers are current industry professionals working either at the High School, Collegiate or Professional ranks. Our instructional staff has work affiliations with the following sports media organizations: Major League Baseball (MLB), National Football League (NFL), National Basketball Association (NBA), National Hockey League (NHL), ESPN, CBS Sports Network, CBS Sports Radio, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, News 12 Varsity Long Island and News 12. We offer classroom learning and hands-on training activities for all of our programs. Students will learn to develop and hone their skills in the following areas: Research and Preparation; Writing; Interviewing (In-person, Skype, and Phone) with Division I Athletic Coaches and/or Special Industry Guests; Radio Anchoring, Hosting and Updates; Television Anchoring and Updates; Reporting; Round Table Hosting; Sports Debating; Post-Production Producing & Editing; Sports Broadcasting Fundamentals (Play-by-Play and Color Commentary); Utilization of a Teleprompter and Vocal Coaching. Throughout all of our programs participants receive instructions and assessments from our instructor and special guest speakers. The program features two specialized dedicated program training rooms: TV Recording Studio (over 400’ square feet); High Definition (HD) Camera; Shure Microphones; Teleprompter; High Definition Flat Screen Television; Ceiling-mounted Recessed LED Lighting; Specialized Genaray LED TV Dimmable Spot Lights; Sound Proofing Technology and Hofstra Branded Backdrop. Call for more detailed information and course offerings.NassauSPORTS JOURNALISM & BROADCASTING INSTITUTE FOR TEENSHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
STEINBERG MUSEUM OF ARTSteinberg Museum of Art is currently relocating to the lower level of the B. Davis Schwartz Library at LIU Post. We look forward to renovations beginning in April 2017 and will reopen in September 2017. Steinberg Museum of Art Museum is the caretaker of Long Island University's Permanent Art Collection. The University began acquiring work in the early 1970s and over the last three decades more than 650 new works have entered the collection through gifts and donations. The Steinberg Museum of Art is free and open to the public. Call for more detailed information.NassauSTEINBERG MUSEUM OF ARTLIU POST
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
ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITYOffers students an education at one of American's leading universities recognized for its superb academic programs, diverse student life, big east excitement and New York vitality. St Johns has 5 campuses, three residential campuses in Queens, Staten Island and Manhattan, one graduate campus in Oakdale New York and one in Rome, Italy. They offer undergraduate and graduate programs in more than 100 majors and concentrations. St. Johns provides a variety of training programs, events, activities and services including multicultural, local and globally centered initiatives that enhance and support the efforts of students, faculty and contribute to the community at large. St Johns provides resources for the community, sample Centers and Institutes offered include: The Center for Professional Education, Center for Psychological Services, Reading and Writing Education Center, Speech and Hearing Center, Center for Teaching and Learning, Office of Community Business Development, Italian Cultural Center, Dr. Andrew J. Bartilucci Center, Vincentian Center for Church and Society, Center for Community Services, Emergency Medical Services Institute, CLACS-Committee on Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Division of Academic Support Services, Division of Special and Opportunity Programs, Institute for Biotechnology, Institute for Writing Sutdies, Intensive English Program, Multicultural Advisory Committee, ROTC, Dr.M.T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery, Women in Science Program and more. Call for more detailed information.ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITYST. JOHN'S 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
STUDENT ACCESS OFFICEOffers students services through the Student Access Office. The office achieves their mission by: Providing cost-free assistance and services that are tailored to meet the needs of individuals based on their specific, appropriately documented needs, while preserving Adelphi’s academic integrity and high standards of academic expectations and performance; Encouraging independence through the training of students with disabilities to effectively advocate for themselves within the University community; Serving as a liaison and resource for the University faculty, staff and administrators to foster a greater awareness and appreciation of issues of concern to people with different needs. Accessibility Support Services include: Academic Accommodations and Adjustments for Students with Disabilities; Accessible Classrooms and Campus; Accessible Parking; Assistive Technology; Dietary Modification/Food Allergy; Extended Test Time; Reasonable Flexibility to Attendance Policy; Reduced-Distraction Testing Environment; Requesting Services; Residential Life and Housing Accommodation; Scholarships and Financial Aid Resources; Sign Language Interpreters and Veterans and Military Resources. If you have questions about services or campus housing for a student with a disability, please contact the Office for specific information.NassauSTUDENT ACCESS OFFICEADELPHI UNIVERSITY
STUDENT ACCESS SERVICESArranges academic accommodations and provides support for students with physical, learning and/or psychological disabilities. In order to access services, students must first formally disclose their disability by registering with the office, and then must submit appropriate documentation for review. Staff members are available to help students with the registration process, and then will work with students to determine which accommodations are appropriate for their needs at the college level. In addition to arranging accommodations, a major part of the mission of SAS is to help students develop the skills they will need to be effective self-advocates at Hofstra and beyond. The programs and services will encourage active involvement from students in managing their own disabilities, while offering coaching and support along the way. Sample program offerings include: Program for Academic Learning Skills (PALS) and Academic Coaching. Some of these services are fee based. Call for more detailed information.NassauSTUDENT ACCESS SERVICESHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
STUDENT BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT ADVANCED CERTIFICATEOffers a 15-credit Advanced Certificate in Student Behavior Management program. Prepare for the challenges presented by children and adolescents with academic, behavioral, and social problems. Coursework includes: the dynamics of academic, career, and social -emotional development among PreK-12 students; the impact of student behavior classroom function and learning; solutions to positively impact student growth and practices that increase student safety and well being that meet the requirements of New York State Project Save legislation. After beginning the certificate program, you may later apply to the Master of Science in School Counseling. Successful completion of certificate courses (3.0 GPA or better) will be applied to fulfill the master’s degree requirements. Call for more detailed information.NassauSTUDENT BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT ADVANCED CERTIFICATENEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
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
SUFFOLK KIDS' COTTAGEProvides a comprehensive, developmentally appropriate child care program for children between the ages of six weeks and five years. They are licensed by the New York State Department of Social Services; are open to children of SCCC students, faculty, and staff; Suffolk County employees; and community residents. They offer affordable rates, a sliding fee schedule, and a variety of child care tuition assistance programs. The programs provide a warm, safe, healthy, caring and stimulating environment, provide flexible scheduling options that allows parents to work or attend college with the knowledge that their children will be nearby and welcome parents to visit their children whenever they choose. The programs carefully select staff for their educational background, early childhood training, teaching experience, and their sensitivity to the individual needs of young children. They maintain an adult to child ratios that meet or exceed the requirements set by the New York State Department of Social Services and serve breakfast, lunch and snacks according to New York State Department of Health nutritional requirements. The centers are Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). 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.SuffolkSUFFOLK KIDS' COTTAGESUFFOLK COUNTY 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
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
TAX PREPARATIONOffers the Enrolled Agents (EA) Test Preparation course in cooperation with Skillmaker Career Consulting (SMCC). An enrolled agent is a person who has earned the privilege of practicing, that is, representing taxpayers before any office of the Internal Revenue Service. An enrolled agent can negotiate with the IRS during examination and appeals, and act in place of a taxpayer signing consents and executing agreements on their behalf. An enrolled agent is the only professional granted a right to practice directly from the U.S. government. An enrolled agent is considered a tax specialist, which sets them apart from attorneys or CPAs who do not always specialize in taxes. Information on the course can be found on our website: www.molloy.edu/ea. Call for more detailed information.NassauTAX PREPARATIONMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
TEST PREPARATIONOffers a number of test preparation programs through classroom/online instruction throughout the year. A list of the classroom programs are as follows: SAT Review for High School Students; Regents Review for high school and middle school students and Catholic High School Entrance Exam (CHSEE) Prep. Online test preparation courses are also offered in the following areas: GED Preparation; GRE Prep Series; GMAT Preparation and LSAT Preparation. Call for detailed information.NassauTEST PREPARATIONMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
TEST PREPARATIONOffers test preparation courses. Sample course offerings include: NYPD Police Officer Entrance Exam Preparation; New High School Equivalency (TASC) Math Review (Previously GED); S.A.T. Review Math Skills Course; S.A.T. Review For The New Sat I – Critical Reading and Writing; CLEP & DSST; Teas Review Course and Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS). Nassau Community College is a public test site for anyone needing to take the TEAS exam. The exam is computer-based, with scores available the day of the test. Register, schedule and pay for the exam at www.atitesting.com. The Community Testing Center, is our computer based test center which provides a centralized, proctored test environment for TEAS, high school equivalency testing, CLEP, DSST, workforce certifications, healthcare certification exams from NAHP The National Association of HealthCare Professionals https://nahpusa.com/about_us.php; MedCa Medical Career Assessments http://www.medcainc.com/ and PAN assessments https://www.panpowered.com/. Certification will be issued according to certifying organization guidelines. For more information on exams and scheduling contact 516.572.7699. Also offered is College Financial Aid for Long Islanders and Earn Your High School Equivalency Diploma. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauTEST PREPARATIONNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
THE BEACON PROGRAMFormerly called the Excelsior Program, will now be referred to as The Beacon Program, Illuminating the Pathway to College and Career for High School Students. The Beacon Program offers a concurrent enrollment program that allows high school juniors and seniors to take the College's courses at their high school campus during their regular school hours, while simultaneously working toward high school graduation. College credits earned through the Beacon Program can be applied toward high school graduation and accepted at the College or transferred to a multitude of other colleges and universities. Enrollment in a course offered through the Beacon Program generates an official college academic transcript for each student. Acceptance of credit for college-level course work is under the domain of the receiving colleges and universities. The program is designed to provide curricular opportunity and enhancement of the college experience, but not its replacement. Therefore, students may enroll in no more than 30 college credits earned through the Beacon Program. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkTHE BEACON PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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 DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY (DBT) CLINICDBT treatment is quite comprehensive and involves FOUR components: Individual therapy; Group skills training classes; Between-session telephone coaching and Consultation team for therapists. A unique aspect of our treatment package is that we have added a family therapy component to traditional DBT treatment in our clinic. The ultimate goal of dialectical behavior therapy is to help our clients and their families create a life worth living. This means accepting the pain that comes with life and all its struggles while engaging in value-based living. These values and their meanings are determined by each client and are always placed at the forefront of the therapy. We do our best to meet our clients where they are and continue to push for change – being ever mindful that this balance of acceptance and change is a never-ending dance. Contact the clinic for more detailed information regarding their treatment.NassauPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
THE JOHN CRANFORD ADAMS PLAYHOUSEHouses a Playhouse which is an 1105 seat, proscenium-style theater that serves the University, as well as the surrounding community, as the premier cultural venue on the Hofstra Campus. Not only the site for many of Hofstra’s finest theatrical, musical, dance, and lecture events, the venue is also, as the schedule allows, provided as a rental house for local, national, and international productions, conferences, performing arts companies, lectures, school events, and church groups. The Department of Theater Facilities is a small, dedicated staff of professionals committed to providing our University and rental clients with exceptional advice, assistance, and support to ensure that every event at the Adams Playhouse, from the simplest podium-based lecture to the most lavish of musicals, is a resounding success. Call for more detailed information.NassauTHE JOHN CRANFORD ADAMS PLAYHOUSEHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
THE MADISON THEATRECreates a versatile, first-class facility that will offer a diverse range of world-class entertainment for the South Shore and greater Long Island region. Situated only 30 minutes from Manhattan, we will strive to be an incubator for creative development for the artistic community while educating and inspiring young performers, writers, and technicians for careers within the entertainment industry. We share in the College’s belief that artistic expression and appreciation is an important part of the development of the full person. The 550-seat theatre hosts a variety of world-class performers from the world of theatre, music, dance, cabaret, comedy and more. Please visit the Madison Theatre's site for more detailed information.NassauTHE MADISON THEATREMOLLOY COLLEGE
THE SUSTAINABILITY INSTITUTEIs a function of Molloy College the Office of Advancement. Its mission is to promote transformative education both on and off campus consistent with the values of advancing the common good, environmental protection, ethical business practices, and civic responsibility, especially in the areas of implementing clean energy, reducing environmental toxins that impact public health, sustainable land use planning that preserves open space, and sustainable use of resources. The Sustainability Institute provides a convening function at Molloy College that reaches out to Long Island's civic and environmental leaders, business executives, and government officials, bringing representatives of various interests together, in order to identify mutual interest in support of an agenda of a sustainable economy and society. Through classroom presentations and experiential learning, the Sustainability Institute helps students gain and understanding of how social change is accomplished, while developing their leadership skills to better serve both their future professions and the larger community. The Sustainability Institute acts as a clearing house to guide students who are interested in becoming involved in environmental issues towards student or off-campus organizations, faculty initiated programs and classes. Call for more detailed information.NassauTHE SUSTAINABILITY INSTITUTEMOLLOY 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
TOURO COLLEGE SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCESA Jewish-sponsored independent institution of higher and professional education offering Master Degrees in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, MS/MD with Technion, Forensic Science, Bachelor's Degree in Physician Assistant, Associate's Degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physical Therapy Assistant.SuffolkTOURO COLLEGE SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCESTOURO COLLEGE SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES
TRAUMA COMPETENCY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMTeaches cutting-edge interventions and protocols that clinicians can immediately implement to augment their work treating survivors of trauma. This training teaches and clarifies skills drawn from recent research that evolves treatment beyond the antiquated notions and practice of the 20th Century into simple principles and practices that rapidly resolves the effects of traumatic stress. Deeply rooted in the science and with an eye to the art of treating traumatic stress, Dr. Gentry will stimulate participants with both principles and techniques for rapidly and safely accelerating treatment with clients who suffer from traumatic stress. The two-day symposium provides mental health professionals with unique training grounded in scientific literature and evidence-based practice but without demanding that clients undergo any particular treatment protocol. This course meets the educational standards and requirements to allow the participant who successfully completes the training to apply for the Certified Clinical Trauma Professional available through the International Association of Trauma Professionals (www.traumapro.net) and/or the Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist-Individual through the Trauma Institute International (www.aztrauma.org). This program has been approved for the following continuing education credits: Social Workers; LMHC; LMFT; CASAC Renewal and Psychology. Successful completion for the award of approved continuing education credits requires attendance at entire training/workshop and submission of a completed evaluation form. Call for more details.NassauTRAUMA COMPETENCY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMADELPHI UNIVERSITY-CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMYProvides undergraduate programs in engineering, humanities, marine transportation, mathematics, science, naval science, physical education and athletics. Call or visit website for additional information.NassauUNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMYUNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY
UNIVERSITY AU PAIR PROGRAMOffers concentrated weekend classes at LIU Post campus in New York. LIU Post is located in a peaceful and quiet setting and features beautiful green lawns, gardens, historic mansions and modern classroom buildings, yet it is less than one hour away from the excitement of New York City. LIU Post Au Pair Program is offered 15 weekends per year. Each course is three credits or 40 hours including all assignments. Classes run from Friday evening through Sunday afternoon. The fee for our courses is $285 including five meals. If you need lodging there is an additional $74 which includes Friday and Saturday night. The LIU Post Cultural Education Program offers many advantages: Opportunities to meet other students such as Au pairs, University students, International students, Nannies and Continuing Education students; All meals are located in the Winnick Residential Cafeteria with LIU Post students, which features a food court serving "all-you-care-to-eat" international and home-style cuisine; State-of-the-art learning facilities and computers; Lodging is located on campus in the dormitories. The South Residence Complex features an all-suite design, with up to eight students sharing living area, double bedrooms and a semi-private bath; Free shuttle bus from the Hicksville Train Station on Friday night and Sunday afternoon; provides each student almost everywhere on campus with free internet access. Call for more information about the University Au Pair Program at the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University.NassauUNIVERSITY AU PAIR PROGRAMLIU POST
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 & MILITARY SERVICESOffers convenience along with a private education. You can take courses where it best suits you: Online, at our campuses in Brooklyn and on Long Island, or at a military installation—Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn, Fort Wadsworth on Staten Island, the Jones Beach Coast Guard Station in Freeport, SFO Moriches in East Moriches and the Shinnecock Coast Guard Station in Hampton Bays. Check Off-Campus Course Offerings for information on current courses. If you are, or have been, part of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force or Coast Guard, your benefits can help you earn a private college degree at St. Joseph's College at little or no cost to you. SJC offers a special tuition rate of $250 per credit for service members (active duty, guard and reserve) enrolled for up to 10 credits. This amount is covered by Tuition Assistance (TA). SJC is a proud participant in the Post-9/11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program. Our knowledgeable staff is available to answer questions regarding TA and other military benefits. For details on the benefits that SJC offers to active military and veterans, see our Military Benefits page. Call for additional information about graduate or undergraduate programs.SuffolkVETERANS & MILITARY SERVICESST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
VETERANS SERVICESOffers an ideal university for military students. We’re a Yellow Ribbon school, and we are ranked in the top 20 percent of military friendly colleges, universities and trade schools in the country. Active, reserve and veteran military students using Post-9/11 G.I. Bill benefits or any other veterans affairs program benefits can apply and enroll in any of our associate, bachelor’s, credit certificate, master’s or doctoral programs across our eight schools and colleges. Whether you are interested in undergraduate or graduate programs, our goal is to create a smooth and efficient application experience for you. Adelphi is a member of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Consortium, a group of colleges and universities dedicated to helping servicemembers and their families earn college degrees. We’re also a member of the Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP), which allows soon-to-enlist or currently enlisted military personnel to enroll in and complete college courses while they continue their service commitments. The new Veteran Resource Center is an invaluable resource to Adelphi’s veterans, active duty military students and community. Current veteran students studying at Adelphi can use the center as a place to use a computer, print documents or recharge their devices, meet with other veterans on campus, find out more information about local veteran service agencies or meet with Adelphi offices that provide veteran-specific services. Offices, such as the Center for Career Development, Office of the University Registrar, Office of Student Financial Services and Swirbul Library, will also provide veteran-specific sessions in the center throughout the semester. Additionally, a veteran liaison from the Mental Health Association of Nassau County’s Veterans Health Alliance of Long Island will also be in the office twice a month to provide outreach and support to Adelphi veteran students. Call for more detailed information.NassauVETERANS SERVICESADELPHI UNIVERSITY
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
VOCATIONAL INDEPENDENCE PROGRAMOffers a residential, college-based postsecondary transition program located in Old Westbury N.Y. for young adults with learning differences and Autism spectrum diagnoses. Since 1987, VIP has been helping students develop skills and accumulate experiences that help them reach their executive functioning, social, independent living, and work/college readiness goals. The programs include: Transition to Independence: this program is a VIP’s three-year curriculum program which emphasizes social, executive functioning, and independent living skills young adults need for independence and success. Employment Training: Students are placed in community-based internships with job coach support and participate in employment classes within the VIP curriculum. Pre-Degree Option: Students choose to take one to three credit-bearing courses per semester at NYIT, offered in conjunction with the VIP curriculum with individualized academic and counseling support. The Associate Degree Support Program is for qualified students who can earn an Associate’s Degree in three years in Communication Arts or Business Administration while receiving specialized support in academics and the traditional social and independent living support offered by VIP. The Introduction To Independence program is a I-to-I five-week summer experience that includes all the skill-building and experiential learning associated with VIP. I-to-I is open to high school students 17 and older who are either interested in VIP academic year programming or are in-between years at VIP. The Vocational Independence Program is a U.S. Department of Education-approved Comprehensive Transition and Postsecondary (CTP) program. Consequently, some forms of financial aid are available to eligible students with Intellectual Disabilities. Contact the program for details.SuffolkVOCATIONAL INDEPENDENCE PROGRAMNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
VOICEOVER AND IMPROVOffers non-credit course offerings which will provide students with general knowledge and the development of intellectual abilities while exploring areas of interest or curiosity. Sample course offering includes: So You Want To Be a Voiceover Actor? and One-Day Blogging Intensive. Course offerings vary each semester. Call for more detailed information. NassauVOICEOVER AND IMPROVHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
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
WEBB INSTITUTEAn engineering college offering full tuition scholarships for the study of naval architecture and marine engineering.NassauWEBB INSTITUTEWEBB INSTITUTE
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
WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENTOffers individual courses or courses taken together which will lead to a Certificate in Web Development. Course offerings include: Introduction to Web Development; HTML Programming; Cascading Style Sheets; JavaScript Programming; PHP/MySQL Web Application; Adobe Photoshop for Design - Web Graphics; Developing Web Applications with ASP.Net, C# and VB.Net - Online Program and Advanced ASP.Net - Online Program. Also offered is an Advanced Web Site Development Certificate Program. Enrollment in the Advanced Web Site Design and Development certificate program requires that the candidate hold the basic Certificate in Web Site Design and Development. Completion of three additional of the following elective courses will then earn the candidate the Advanced certificate: PHP/MySQL Web Application; Adobe Photoshop for Design - Web Graphics; Developing Web Applications with ASP.Net, C# and VB.Net - Online Program and Advanced ASP.Net - Online Program. Call for more detailed information.NassauWEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENTHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
WEEKEND COLLEGEOffers adults the advantage and convenience of Weekend College to upgrade their skills, pursue a degree and enrich their lives. Students can take a class on a Friday night or a couple classes on Saturday and Sunday and before you know it, you’ll have earned an AA or AS degree. You’ll have access to more than 150 courses and many of the same degree programs we offer during weekdays and nights from liberal arts and accounting to business administration and criminal justice. Through Weekend College, a student may complete any of the following degree or certificate programs: AA or AS degree in Liberal Arts; AS degree in Accounting; AS degree in Business Administration; AS degree in Criminal Justice; Certificate in Paralegal Studies and HS Equivalency. Our Weekend College can also help you gain entrance into our exceptional nursing and allied health sciences programs—or jump-start your career in administrative business technology, interior or apparel design, or computer repair technology. You may also take distance education/online courses in nearly every subject. Call for more detailed information.NassauWEEKEND COLLEGENASSAU 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
WRITINGOffers non-credit course offerings which will provide students with general knowledge and the development of intellectual abilities while exploring areas of interest or curiosity. Do you have a story you want to share with the world? If you have always dreamed of sharing your thoughts or life experiences but need help crafting your words, Hofstra University Continuing Education is the perfect place to start! If you’re a more experienced writer, our courses can help you improve your skills, jolt your writing, and get published. We are proud to offer a wide variety of courses taught by writing professionals, including seasoned and successful authors and journalists. With so much to say, it’s time to begin your journey! For more information, please contact Jackie Schmitt at 516-463-7139 or email Jackie.R.Schmitt@hofstra.edu. Sample course offering includes: Become A Confident Business Writer! Course offerings vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauWRITINGHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
WRITINGOffers instructor led online writing courses in partnership with Ed2Go. Sample course offerings include: The Craft Of Magazine Writing; Write And Publish Your Nonfiction Book; Writing For Children; Beginning Writer's Workshop; The Keys to Effective Editing and How to Make Money From Your Writing. Our instructor-facilitated online career courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. All courses run for six weeks (with a 10-day grace period at the end). Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any course entirely from your home or office, any time of the day or night. Call for more detailed information.NassauWRITINGMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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
YOUTH TEST PREPARATIONOffers customized, comprehensive courses, taught by certified instructors, that are designed to help students improve test scores on the PSAT, SAT, and the Catholic High School Entrance Exams. Course Offerings: Algebra 2 Regents Preparation; Earth Science (The Physical Setting) Regents Prep; Living Environment Regents Prep; Chemistry Regents Prep; Algebra 1 Common Core Regents Review Course; Catholic High School Entrance Exam Preparation; SAT and ACT Prep; Geometry Regents Preparation; Global History Regents Prep and US History Regents Prep; Global History Regents 1 Day Prep; US History Regents Prep 1 Day Prep; Algebra 1 Common Core 1 Day Prep; Geometry Common Core 1 Day Prep; Algebra 2/Trigonometry 1 Day Prep; Earth Science (The Physical Setting) Regents 1 Day Prep; Living Environment Regents 1 Day Prep and Chemistry Regents 1 Day Prep. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauYOUTH TEST PREPARATIONHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION

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