March – April 2014
Create your own YouTube Channel for business and personal videos and learn how to embed videos on your web site or blog. learn how to use all three for more professional video delivery and distribution. Use Instagram video and photography to build your social footprint. A digital video camera required.
Keep rolling throughout the ski season.
Wuerthner will discuss predators and ecology with a focus on wolves. Event co-sponsored by Bud Werner Memorial Library, Yampatika and Yampa Valley Sustainability.
This top illustrator software allows you to convert images to scalable, editable artwork in seconds. Take your graphics virtually everywhere: to the printed page, web sites, or video. Covers beginning and intermediate techniques.
HootSuite is an invaluable tool that allows the management of multiple social media platforms with updating from one place. A major time-saver. Students must bring their own devices. Laptops required; tablets not recommended; smartphones (in addition to laptops) are recommended but not required.
Gain an introductory-level understanding of QuickBooks Pro software. Topics include entering data, creating invoices, writing checks, using accounts payable and accounts receivable. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.
Success Center Seminar: Job Ready Interview Skills
Develop intermediate-level skills using QuickBooks Pro software. Topics include working with bank accounts and other accounts, analyzing financial data, using estimates and progress invoicing. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and QuickBooks
Help reduce your global impact – start today at home – by growing and consuming locally and improve the nutritional value of your diet with your own organically grown vegetables. Learn how to build garden beds in your backyard to grow abundant, nutritious vegetables and herbs. Get expert tips for high altitude gardening using raised beds, cold frames, timed sprinkler systems, soil improvement strategies, composting, and seed selection.
Please join us for a free screening of the film “Running Wild” in the Allbright Family Auditorium at the CMC Steamboat Springs campus. The film tells the true life story of Dayton O. Hyde and his efforts to save the wild mustang. Screening to be followed by a discussion and Q & A with the film’s Director, Suzanne Mitchell.