33 Facebook Basics Come learn about one of the largest social networking sites out there! Designed for people who have never created a Facebook account or have created a Facebook account but have barely begun to utilize it. If privacy issues are what concerns you most, we will discuss those concerns at length and how to deal with them. To maximize learning, you will need to have an email address in order to create a Facebook account and know the password to your email address when you come to class.  If you already have a Facebook account, please know your username and password before arriving. Tuesday • 6:30 - 9:30pm • Feb. 26 • $49 TC15-S19 Instructor:KarenDaSilva Facebook Beyond the Basics Are you comfortable navigating the basic applications of Facebook, but would like to delve deeper into the advanced features the site offers? Great! Designed for those people who already have a Facebook account and feel comfortable using it, and want to know more about the in-depth features that it offers such as creating photo albums, setting friends lists, creating/joining groups and liking pages. To maximize learning, please have your username and password for Facebook with you before arriving. You should be comfortable navigating the basics of Facebook (friending people, posting a status update, etc.) before arriving to class. Tuesday • 6:30 - 9:30pm • April 2 • $55 TC31-S19 Instructor: Karen DaSilva Facebook for Businesses and Organizations Facebook isn’t just for personal use. Many people (from small independent businesses to major corporations) utilize the networking capabilities provided by Facebook for their businesses. Learn how organizations such as charitable, religious, non- profit, government, school, parent, and community organizations can benefit from creating an online presence. Please have your username and password for Facebook with you before arriving. This course is designed solely to create a page for a business or organization and to discuss privacy and other concerns related to your page. Tuesday • 6:30 - 9:30pm • April 23 • $49 TC34-S19 Instructor: Karen DaSilva Using Social Media to Boost Your Fundraising Today, 75% of donors start online, yet nonprofits tend to lag behind in their use of social media. You will learn about the different social media channels, the kind of content your donors want to receive, and how to streamline your social media program to make it more manageable. Tuesday • 6 - 9pm • April 9 • $55 TC48-S19 Instructor: Sarah Lange Feel Safer on the Web There is a lot of disinformation about cyber security regarding the threats to home owners and small businesses. You only hear when there is some specific high profile event in the news and these stories create unwarranted concerns for you. Learn the real threats to you, how to protect yourself, and to how to better understand what you hear on the news so you can take appropriate and effective action to reduce your stress and increase your confidence. Discussion will be focused on Internet services that run on your computer and mobile devices. Wednesday • 6:30 - 9:30pm • March 27 • $35/Single $45/Couple TC47-S19 Instructor:CharlesKolodgy WordPress Websites - Simple, Easy, & Quick WordPress is powerful software that anyone can use to create a blog or website. That power can be confusing to the beginner, however, you will soon experience the ease at which you can create. You will learn everything you need to know to setup and customize WordPress, as well as be introduced to the basics of SEO. No previous experience with WordPress or website development necessary. At the end of the class you will have a working WordPress website and know how to maintain your website without any help. 4 Tuesdays • 6:30 - 9pm • March 19 - April 9 • $149 TC37-S19 Instructor: Scott McKeown SOLIDWORKS: 3D CAD Explore SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software and learn to make models, assemblies, and drawings.  This course is designed as a task based approach to training rather than focusing on individual features and functions. You will be shown the processes and procedures to complete particular tasks. All students may download SolidWorks Student Access, the full- suite SolidWorks CAD & Simulation program. Your license will run for one full year. Please bring a 4GB or  larger thumb drive to save your work. 8 Wednesdays • 6 - 9pm • Feb. 27 - April 24 • $425 (No class April 17) TC10-S19 Instructor:RandyLennox SOLIDWORKS: Intermediate and Advanced CAD Skills You will start with an overview of robust modeling best practices and proceed to advanced modeling techniques and modules. You will explore the following topics: SOLIDWORKS fundamentals; layout sketch-driven designs, assemblies vs. multi-body parts, assembly mating strategies; top-down: Basic Sheet metal; weldments: build with standard cross sections (works for carpentry, too). Please bring a 4GB or larger thumb drive to save your work.   8 Mondays • 6 - 9pm • March 4 - April 29 • $419 (No class April 15) TC11-S19 Instructor: Randy Lennox