By Lisa Hannon
There’s a class for whatever your interest.
Want to be a certified ethical hacker? Learn advanced web development? How about start your own business?
These classes and many more are offered through the non-credit continuing education program at Camden County College.
The program started more than 20 years ago and now requires a full-time staff to manage the demands of the thousands of students who enroll each year, says
Sivaraman Anbarasan, the new dean of the continuing education program.
The allied health courses top the chart in popularity, with some of the teachers and instructors at CCC also teaching these non-credit classes, says Anbarasan.
Areas of interest range from certification as an IT professional to dancing for fun; computer and business management seminars to holistic health topics; and sports, health and fitness to basic motorcycle driving instruction.
Are you a senior over the age of 55 with computer questions? There’s a class for that.
Need something for your children to do this summer? Send them to college. Both craft and foreign language classes are offered for ages 7 to 11.
Unemployed? Attend the informational sessions offered at the Cherry Hill campus every Monday to Thursday at 2 p.m., and Tuesdays at 6 p.m.
Prices range from $25 for a single session in real estate staging to $4,000 for certification as a Microsoft IT professional and Cisco network associate.
Interested? Pick up the summer 2011 catalog at any of the college’s campuses to see all of the available non-credit classes.
With classes forming now for the summer session, registration is easy. Go to www.camdencc.edu/ce, or walk-in, mail-in, or fax-in your registration.