Classes & Workshops
Scholarship Workshops are offered Fall and Winter terms
- Do you want FREE MONEY! Scholarships are FREE MONEY! For help competing for scholarships and tips on how to write successful essays attend one of the following workshops.
Wednesdays, 3:00-4:20pm in Building 19, Room 243
Fridays, 2:00-3:20pm in Building 19, Room 243
For more information, come by Career & Employment Services located in Building 1, Room 102 or email email@example.com.
Job Fair 2014, April 17
"How to Pay for College...In One Day!" January 10, 2015
Annual Scholarship Event sponsored by Northwest Community Credit Union
An free event for students and parents who want to obtain free money for college. January 10, 2015. 8:30am – 2:30pm. Center for Meeting and Learning, Building 19, Room 100, Main Campus.
Participants will learn how to find and compete for scholarships and how to write effective applications. Specific information about Oregon Student Access Commission and Lane Foundation scholarships will be provided. Financial aid professionals will help participants complete the online FAFSA application, so bring your 2013 tax and financial records.
A college funding workshop will also be held in Spanish.
(These classes are listed under the "Career Development" section in the online class schedule.)
Career and Life Planning classes (CG140)
Career and Life Planning classes focus on self awareness and self assessment; career exploration and researching options; and decision making and goal setting. This course is typically available in four formats:
- A three-credit class taught on the Main campus.
- A one-credit "individualized instruction" class, taught on the Main campus, where students work one-on-one with a counselor to complete course activities.
- A three-credit telecourse, offered through the Distance Learning department
- Online classes, offered through the Distance Learning department
- See class schedule for current offerings; not all formats are offered every term.
Extended Career Exploration (CG 180, 3 credits)
A special section of Cooperative Education designed for students who have narrowed their interests to a few career fields and want to receive credit for investigating these areas more deeply. Students create a term plan indicating activities they want to investigate, ranging from internet research, talking to people in jobs of interest, and planning classes or activities that will deepen background knowledge to help with career decision making. Offered Fall, Winter and Spring terms, it is designed to provide students with resources and activities to further the process of career choice. This class is a good follow up to Career and Life Planning, but there are no prerequisites.
"Show Me the Money!" Learning Community (offered Winter term only)
This learning community links CG105, Scholarships: $$ for College (2 credits) with WR105, Writing for Scholarships (2 credit). Students must enroll in both courses. These integrated courses provide students with structure and support to complete quality scholarship applications, as part of a well-developed scholarship portfolio. Students develop skills in self-assessment, planning, organization, writing, and scholarship research.
Non-Credit Classes and Other Workshops