Exploring Career Options

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Introduction to Estate Management and Private Service
Private Service and the role of a Domestic Estate Manager are the modern day equivalent of the butler, major domo, or head of the household staff of old. This is a career for which there is often no formal training; learn about the requirements and career opportunities in this unique field. Working for high net worth families in some of the finest homes in the world can be both challenging and rewarding and isn’t for everyone; come and see if you’ve got what it takes.
CE-CRXPL 2022, 1 Thurs., Jan. 19, 7:00-9:00 pm, KNC-2, $25. D Haverkamp. #13602

Becoming a Successful Real Estate Agent
This workshop will provide you with the tools that are necessary to become successful in the real estate industry. Topics will include how to sell yourself, developing a list of contacts, how to draw business, and much more.
CE-CRXPL 2021, 1 Tues., Apr. 11, 7:00-9:00 pm, KNC-2, $30. D Zagaroli. #13388

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the Business of Screenwriting
Demystify how the film industry really works, what movie executives demand in a winning screenplay, and learn hands-on tools to get your script sold and produced.
CE-CRXPL 2019, 1 Sat., May 13, 10:00 am-1:00 pm, GTW-219, $30. S Kouguell. #13220

Explore a Career in the Decorating Business
Are you creative? Do you have an eye for color? Are you addicted to those TV decorating shows and design magazines? Can you decorate for a living? Explore career options in the decorating field and needed educational requirements. View some before and after pictures of projects and a look at the behind-the-scenes activities.
CE-CRXPL 2018, 1 Sat., Feb. 11, 9:30 am-1:30 pm, KNC-5, $35. M Colella. #13338

10 Steps to a Federal Job
The federal government anticipates hiring new employees! Know which agencies are hiring. Get tips for federal resume and essay writing, understand vacancy announcement terminology and learn about salaries.
CE-CRXPL 2007, 1 Sat., Apr. 22, 9:30 am-1:30 pm, GTW-219, $40. S Reid. #13326

Entrepreneurship
Learn practical, behind-the-scenes information on how to start a successful, home-based, second income business that can become full-time. With little money down, find out how to decide on a business or product to sell, discuss how to avoid major financial mistakes, and explore franchising.
CE-BUS 2003, 1 Wed., Mar. 22, 8:00-10:00 pm, KNC-2, $25 (+ $20 optional materials fee, payable to instructor). B Nathan. #13176

Import/Export A to Z
Basic methods for importing or exporting goods, including how to deal with U.S. customs, foreign quota requirements, airlines and freight charges, letters of credit, banks, and everything you need to know to get the goods to your local distribution point.
CE-BUS 2002, 2 Tues., May 23 & 30, 7:00-9:00 pm, KNC-3, $50. P Batra. #13395

Slicing the Big Apple
A course for lovers of urban history that will dynamically combine the history, ethnography, and architecture of a complex, diverse city. It will also prepare you to become a certified NYC tour guide.
CE-TRVL 2005, 5 Sat., Jan. 28-Feb. 25, 11:00 am-1:00 pm, Room TBD, $100. H Fischer. #13219

Voice-overs…NOW is Your Time!
Learn about a unique, outside-of-the-box way to cash in on one of the most lucrative full or part-time careers out there. This is a business that you can handle on your own terms, on your own turf, in your own time, and with practically no overhead. This fun and exciting class could be the game changer you’ve been looking for!
CE-COMM 2008, 1 Tues., Feb. 21, 7:00-9:00 pm, GTW-219, $45. D Levine. #13514

Accounting & Bookkeeping 1
An introduction to beginning accounting practices including: transaction analysis, journal entries, general ledger, and financial statements. Bring a calculator to class. Purchase textbooks and workbook and bring to first day of class. 2.0 CEUs.
CE-BUS 2000, 8 T/Th, Feb. 14-Mar. 9, 7:00-10:00 pm, KNC-3, $285 (+ textbooks). H Cuevas. #13208

Accounting and Bookkeeping 2
Practice and expand your knowledge through various exercises and real-world examples. Includes posting and journaling entries, completing worksheets, preparing and analyzing financial statements, recording inventory and calculating depreciation, payroll accounting, taxes, and reports. Bring a calculator to class; purchase textbook and workbook and bring to first day of class.
CE-BUS 2030, 7 M/W, Mar. 6-27, 6:30-10:00 pm, GTW-219, $285 (+ textbooks). H Cuevas. #13209

Non-Profit 101: Create and Manage a Non-Profit Organization
Learn how to create, lead, and manage a non-profit organization (NPO) or a 501(c)3 from an experienced leader. The aim of this course is to provide participants with the tools to create a strategic plan, establish a NPO, and develop systems to lead a successful non-profit and/or 501(c)3.
CE-BUS 2045, 4 Tues., Mar. 7-Apr. 4 (skip 3/21), 6:45-9:15 pm, KNC-2, $100 (+ $40 for textbook purchased from instructor). L Francis. #13242

A New Direction in a Changing World: Individual Sessions
Meet individually with Nationally Certified Career Counselor Gloria Goldstein to explore, clarify, and generate your personal career objectives or develop a resume and job search plan. A 90-minute session is $110. To schedule your appointment, call 914-606-6535 or email workforceandcommunity@sunywcc.edu.

New Year – New Careers – New Opportunities
Make the most of your career advancement and professional opportunities with leading edge certificate programs. These flexible programs are designed for students looking to advance their career, enter the workforce, and / or career changers looking for a professional career path with growth and earning potential.

Paralegal
Our American Bar Association approved Paralegal Program offers comprehensive, hands-on training that enables participants to learn the skills needed for the workforce. Graduating paralegals / legal assistants are taught the skills needed to perform competently and ethically under the supervision of an attorney.
Associate’s Degree (60 credits): Earn your associate’s degree in this growing career field.
Certificate Program (30 credits): Is available to students who have completed an associate’s, bachelor’s (or master’s) degree or 60 college credits from an accredited institution.

Certified Cisco Network Associate
Each year thousands of jobs go unfilled because employers cannot find skilled talent. This program enables students to gain valuable skills to enter the exciting and in-demand field of Information Technology. Cisco certifications are some of the most sought after skill sets in the IT job market. Enroll today for flexible options including associate’s degree and certificate programs.

Computer Aided Design (CAD)
The one-year certificate is designed to train students in the most modern CAD methods. Current demand for CAD and drafting professionals remains high.  using the latest equipment and software (AutoCAD). This program prepares students for a variety of opportunities and roles within the field including product design, construction, equipment fabrication and more. Explore your options today!

Medical Billing and Coding
This certificate program is intended for those who wish to gain employment or those already employed in healthcare looking to enhance their skills in medical billing and health information management. Students can develop knowledge of medical terminology, health records management, insurance procedures and billing software including medical coding and office administration skills vital for success in this growing field. Visit our website or campus today and learn how we can help advance your career.

Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management
The Certificate Program for Small Business Entrepreneurship is designed for individuals interested in successfully starting or maintaining a small business. Completing this certificate can help the small business entrepreneur maximize the skills and abilities necessary to succeed in today’s market. Courses include essentials in Marketing, Communications, Accounting, Small Business Management and other important classes for the entrepreneur or business owner. Explore your options today!

For additional information contact:
Jim Irvine, Director of Corporate Education and Continuing and Professional Education
at james.irvine@sunywcc.edu or 914-606-6658
or
email us at pdc@sunywcc.edu / call us at 914-606-6598
visit our website at www.sunywcc.edu/pdc