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If you want to learn skills to move ahead in the workplace, earn a new job, prepare for national certification in high demand career fields like healthcare, improve your computer skills, or just have fun learning something new like dance or culinary workshops, Continuing Education at Elgin Community College has a class for you!"

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Kids' College spring, 2017 Saturday STEM classes

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ECC is offering two spring, 2017 Kids' College STEM courses that both start on Saturday, February 18:

    STEM How to Code, CEK 381 100

    LEGO Robotics Academy, CEK 356 101

Full course descriptions and online registration are available at:

 

http://elgin.edu/noncreditclasses.aspx?Term=2017SPN&Category=TSTPR

Questions?  Please call Karin Quist at 847-214-7123 or email us at cemailbox@elgin.edu

Kids' College 2016 summer registration is now open!

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ECC's Continuing Education department is pleased to announce that registration for its Kids' College 2016 summer program is now open.  Please click on the direct link below to view the course titles and register.  Click on a title to view the course description.

  http://elgin.edu/noncreditclasses.aspx?Term=2016SUN&Category=KIDS

Questions?  Please contact Karin Quist, program coordinator at 847-214-7123 orkquist@elgin.edu


 


 

ACT & SAT Test Preparation Classes Start February 11

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Every single point matters!  Using the Cambridge "Six-Step Approach", students receive diagnostic testing and assessment through pre- and post-testing.  Students participate in basic skills review, in-class problem solving, concepts and strategies.  Also included is practice test reinforcement to identify subject matters that students need to improve.  Reading, English, Science and Math subjects are taught by experienced teachers.  This course is designed to help students achieve test scores that reflect their potential by helping them focus on key areas.  Books and practice tests are included in the course tuition.  Morning and afternoon sessions start on Saturday, February 11, 2017.  Course codes are CEB 907 100 for the combined ACT/SAT or CEB 909 100 for the SAT only courses.  Access this link for complete details and 24/7 online registration:

 http://elgin.edu/noncreditclasses.aspx?Term=2017SPN&Category=TSTPR

  Questions?  Please call Karin Quist, course developer at 847-214-7123 or email us at  cemailbox@elgin.edu