You only need to worry about LinkedIn if you want to have a career. Read that sentence again. LinkedIn is the #1 career social media and, if you look bad there, it translates over into real life. learn how to make connections, network, plug in available jobs, and leverage targeted, online forums. Completion of the Social Media 1 & Social Media 11 workshops in September is highly recommended, but not required Students must bring their own device: laptops are recommended, tablets may be used, but are not recommended, smartphones (in addition to laptops or tablets) are helpful but not required. Class meets F, 11/1, from 9a-4p.
Workshop will focus on achieving scale, mass, and multiples through the use of hand built and slip cast parts. Demonstrations will include making intricate prototypes and mold systems for slip casting and press molding decoration will be discussed and explored for functional and sculptural work. Class meets F,Sa,Su, 11/1-11/3, from 9a-4:50p.
IRC overview for designers and contractor with intent to test for the Homebuilder Contractor License. 2009 IRC adopted chapters 1-10 only. Use 2009 IMC, IFGC, IPC, and 2011 NEC in lieu of the other chapters. Class meets M,,W,Th, 11/4-11/7, from 5:30p-8p.
Cycle in the evening, fall into ski season. Class meets M&W, 11/4-12/11, from 5:45p-6:30p.
Class meets T&F, 11/5-12/13, from 8:30a-9:50a at the Basalt Health & Fitness Center.
Come join local art teacher, Tara Goike, in a fun and relaxed art class where you can explore collage art using multiple forms of art materials on canvas board.¯ We will make various2D projects including keepsake memories or gifts for the holidays.¯ Tara will guide you through this art process to be successful and to offer creative ideas.¯ Art Materials will need to be purchased for this class including canvas boards, acrylic paints and glaze.11/05/2013 -12/10/2013, $97, Course # ART-901-VE24, Syn #77989. Location: Edwards Campus. For registration information, click the Back button at the top of this entry.
The emphasis in this second-level class is on charts, databases, and the advanced calculating capabilities of Excel. You will learn to create and modify charts, format chart objects, and use graphic objects. You will also learn to sort and filter data, on both single and multiple levels. Using advanced formulas, calculating between worksheets, and pivot tables are also covered. If you make graphs or work with simple lists and databases, this class is for you. Cost includes workbook; please register by October25 to reserve your workbook.11/07/2013 -11/14/2013, $99, Course # CIS-901-VE08, Syn #78186. Location: Edwards Campus. For registration information, click the Back button at the top of this entry.
Join Sandy Jackson, one of a select group of participants at the original Zeigler Reservoir dig site in Snowmass, as she updates students on the project status and shares new photos of their findings. Class meets Th, 11/7 from 1p-3p at the Pitkin County Senior Center.
Pinterest is perhaps the most addictive social media-and probably the most fun. By the end of this session, you will be armed and ready to enjoy social media as never before. Completion of the Social Media 1 and Social Media 11 workshops in September is highly recommended, but not required. Students must bring their own device: laptops are recommended, tablets may be used, but are not recommended, smartphones (in addition to laptops or tablets) are helpful but not required. Class meets Fr, 11/8, from 9a-4p.