To register please call 914-606-6830 and press option 1
NEW! Getting Into a Four-Year College
Whether you’re a high school student or a current college student seeking to transfer, learn how to offer colleges “that something extra” which separates you from every other applicant. Learn how to assess schools to make sure they are the best fit for you. Get tips on how to assemble a resume specific for this purpose and to fill out applications so that it highlights your strengths and achievements, as well as how to identify what makes an essay better and more effective. You’ll also learn how to present yourself for an interview.
CE-CLPRP 2006, 3 Tues., Jan. 17-31, 7:00-9:00 pm, KNC-3, $75. E Woodyard. #13698
Having a temper tantrum in a supermarket. Refusing to eat anything other than pasta. Sleep problems. Ever wonder how to deal with such issues? Positive Parenting is a practical course that will teach parents effective and constructive ways to raise and discipline children (up to 10 years of age).
CE-FAMLY 2013, 7 Mon., Feb. 6-Apr. 3 (skip 2/20 & 3/13), 6:30-8:30 pm, Room TBD, $130. M Hackett. #13250
Shape up your makeup skills and learn the application techniques to apply makeup to yourself or others. Through guided instruction and demonstration, learn the history of makeup, proper sanitation, and how to have a career in makeup, as well as actual application and correct product usage.
CE-PRSDV 2058, 4 Mon., Feb. 6-27, 6:30-8:30 pm, Room TBD, $75. L Varenne. #13296
Bridal Beauty Bootcamp
Warm up with makeup techniques specific for brides and the bridal party. Learn products and techniques for long lasting results. Explore dealing with bridal clients.
CE-PRSDV 2059, 1 Mon., Mar. 6, 6:30-8:30 pm, Room TBD, $20. L Varenne. #13297
Genealogy is not just the study of cemetery records! Digging for lost ancestors takes you to strange places; in the course of your excavations you learn about history, geography, law, and psychology. Become fascinated by the times in which your ancestors lived, or discover that a talent of yours may have been passed down from your ancestors. You may even learn you are related to a historical figure! Genealogy doesn’t call for a lot of expensive equipment – just a notebook, a few pencils, a computer, and a willingness to dig for facts.
CE-PRSDV 2132, 3 Wed., Mar. 1-15, 6:45-8:45 pm, KNC-3, $60 (+ $5 for materials, payable to instructor). T Riley. #13401
Staging for the Home
For home owners and realtors looking for guidance on preparing a home for sale. Learn about the important areas to consider for change and discover some simple (and inexpensive) remedies to create a fresh and appealing look for the buyer.
CE-HOME 2005, 1 Sat., Jan. 21, 1:00-3:00 pm, GTW-219, $30. M Tallerico. #13192
Join a professional psychic, tarot reader, and occult historian for a workshop accessing “higher wisdom” through card divination. Discuss the tarot from its earliest appearance in 15th century Italy, through the 18th century occult revival, to its resurrection in the Victorian spiritualist movement, to the 21st century New Age movement. Drawing from intellectual history, art history, 19th century occult culture, and New Age writings, each meeting will include historical background along with hands-on practice with tarot divination. Contact instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org for materials list.
CE-PRSDV 2116, 4 Tues., Jan. 24-Feb. 21 (skip 2/14), 6:30-9:30 pm, Room TBD, $125. E Amditis. #13202
NEW! Further Exploration of the Tarot: Intermediate
Join a professional tarot reader and occult historian for a workshop exploring intermediate and advanced card divination. This course takes off from where Tarot as a Means of Spiritual Development leaves off. Students are expected to know the meanings of all of the cards and be familiar with the Celtic cross spread. You’ll have the opportunity to read each other and refine your use of the deck. Also, students will be experimenting with more complex spreads such as the soulmate and karmic spreads, as well as creating their own spreads based on their personal spiritual beliefs and interests.
CE-PRSDV 2141, 4 Tues., Feb. 28-Mar. 21, 6:30-9:30 pm, Room TBD, $125. E Amditis. #13677
Afterschool Science Academy
Held at the Ossining Center, 22 Rockledge Avenue. Call 914-606-7400 to register.
Pullback Car Engineering
Student engineers will learn about simple machines and their real-world applications. Teams of two students will build a pullback car and then run a series of experiments to test various engineering theories. The skills and traits of the engineering profession are discussed and incorporated. All materials included.
CE-SCI 2030OS, 1 Tues., 3:45-5:45 pm, $30.
Sec. A: Mar. 21. #13508
Sec. B: Apr. 18. #13509
Vertical Access Wind Turbine
Students discuss various types of energy sources and learn about renewable vs. non-renewable options. An overview of how wind is formed, captured, and transformed into electrical power is presented and wind power is put into historical perspective. Old and new designs of windmills and wind turbines are explored and reinforced as students build their very own Vertical Axis Wind Turbine model which they take home.
CE-SCI 2029OS, 1 Thurs., 3:45-5:45 pm, $30.
Sec. A: Mar. 23. #13510
Sec. B: Apr. 20. #13511
Understanding the Brain
Discover the exciting world of the brain. Explore the anatomy of the brain, the nervous system, and the senses. Students will conduct experiments, and participate in activities and games centered on how the brain works.
CE-SCI 2031OS, 8 Mon., Mar. 20-May 8, 3:30-5:30 pm, $90. #13583