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> Click on the link in the left column for Adults or
College4Kids @ IVC.
> Select Class Category (e.g., Computer Basics) in the
blue column on the left.
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order (click on the class you want).
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COMMUNITY EDUCATION Office
5500 Irvine Center Drive at Jeffrey Road
Irvine, CA 92618
Building A 300, Room A 304
949-451-5555 • www.123getsmart.com
OPEN HOURS:
Monday through Friday
9am–5pm
PARENTS PLEASE NOTE:
SUPERVISION BEFORE OR AFTER CLASS
IS NOT AVAILABLE
A parent or an authorized adult guardian is
responsible for dropping off and picking up children
on time from each College4Kids @ IVC class.
While on campus, your child is expected to observe the rules
of conduct expected for all Irvine Valley College students.
Students must follow the instructions given to them by
course instructors and should use the buddy system when
moving from class to class and when using other campus
facilities.
Parking for College4Kids @ IVC:
Daily parking at IVC is $5. There will be a reserved
free 15-minute drop-off and pickup zone in Parking
Lot 4 for all College4Kids @ IVC programs. Please
park your car in that reserved area and walk students to
and from classes for their safety. If you plan to stay longer
than 15 minutes, please purchase a $5 daily permit and
park anywhere in the Student Parking Lots. Do not park
in staff parking spaces.
Welcome to
College4Kids @ IVC!
Pre-kindergarten through 12th Grade
NIKE basketball CAMP FOR JUNIORS (Ages 9-18)
SPORTS
NIKE TENNIS CAMP FOR JUNIORS (Ages 9-18)
$425
IVC Community Education invites you to join us this summer
as we partner with Peak Performance Tennis and the Nike Tennis
Camp. Participants will work with experienced staff that provide
instruction and are committed to your tennis development
with a very positive teaching style. Players will be taught the
fundamentals of tennis from the very basics to the tournament
level while developing their own unique game style based on their
different skills levels. You will increase your self-confidence and
expand your love and passion for the lifetime game of tennis.
To register for this program, please visit ussportscamps.com and
select Irvine Valley College. Instructor: NIKE Sports Staff
9:30am-3pm
9:30am-noon
M-TH
F
6/22-6/25TENNIS CTS
6/26TENNIS CTS
9:30am-3pm
9:30am-noon
M-TH
F
6/29-7/2TENNIS CTS
7/3TENNIS CTS
NIKE Soccer CAMP FOR JUNIORS (Ages 9-18)
$180/$305
Join us at Irvine Valley College for a week of intensive soccer
training. The best place to become a better soccer player is in
the company of coaches and players who share your passion. At
the IVC Nike Soccer Camp, our goal is to stimulate a love for
the game in young athletes by showing them how to accelerate
their own progress and success. Coach Graeme Jennings has been
developing soccer programs for more than ten years in the United
States, Europe, and Africa. He combines training methods from
the U.S. and Europe to form a full daily schedule that applies
challenging drills and new techniques into game situations. Campers will have the opportunity to work on individual skills,
increase fitness, enjoy match play, and tactical team training,
all while having fun. To register for this program, please visit
ussportscamps.com and select Irvine Valley College. Instructor:
NIKE Sports Staff
9am-3pm
9am-noon
M-TH
F
7/6-7/9
7/10
9am-3pm
9am-noon
M-TH
F
8/10-8/13 SOCCER FLDS
8/14
SOCCER FLDS
COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASSES
SOCCER FLDS
SOCCER FLDS
$295
Campers at every Nike Day Basketball Camp will develop all of
their basketball skills - shooting, passing, dribbling, rebounding
and defense. A Nike Basketball Camp immerses you in the
sport, giving you the kind of focused, intensive training that is
essential to improvement. Over the course of the camp week,
your self-confidence will grow along with your skills and overall
appreciation of the game. Instructor: NIKE Sports Staff
9am-3pm
M-TH
7/20-7/23
HART GYM
MATH
MATH ACADEMY (Ages 5-13) $99
Credentialed teachers will lead these courses for students entering
the 1–6 grade level. Topics include grade level concepts of math,
basic fact practice, and word problems. This class will help
strengthen skills through repetition and reinforcement. A great
way to prepare for the next grade level! $10 materials fee will be
collected at first class. Instructor: Advanced Tutoring Staff
1st and 2nd Grade
8599 9-11amTU
6/23-7/21
A 305
6/23-7/21
A 306
6/23-7/21
A 201B
3rd and 4th Grade
8600 9-11amTU
5th and 6th Grade
8601 9-11amTU
MATH ACADEMY PRE-ALGEBRA (Ages 10-18) $99
Credentialed teachers will teach this introduction to pre-algebra
for students wishing to prepare for a course, or those needing
review in pre-algebra. Topics include review of elementary
mathematics and principles, introductions to signed numbers,
beginning rules for algebraic evaluations, and algebraic equations.
This course is both a great review and preparation for junior
high or high school class! $10 materials fee will be collected at
first class. Instructor: Advanced Tutoring Staff
8602
summer 2015
9-11amTH
6/25-7/23
A 305
3
MATH ACADEMY ALGEBRA (Ages 11-18)
$99
Credentialed teachers will teach this course in Algebra 1. Class will
include variables and algebraic equations, integers, inequalities
and simplifying expressions. Students will gain a base knowledge
of problem solving strategies to help feel more comfortable
beginning an Algebra 1 course in the fall! A great way to get a
head start in algebra! $10 materials fee will be collected at first
class. Instructor: Advanced Tutoring Staff
8595 9-11amTH
6/25-7/23
MATH ACADEMY ALGEBRA 2 (Ages 11-18) A 306
$99
Credentialed teachers will teach this course in Algebra 2. Topics
will include a review of Algebra 1, advanced polynomials, rational
equations and negative exponents to use with radical functions.
Students will gain a base knowledge of Algebra 2. A great way to
get a head start for the fall! $10 materials fee will be collected at
first class. Instructor: Advanced Tutoring Staff
8596
11:30am-1:30pmTH
6/25-7/23
MATH ACADEMY GEOMETRY (Ages 13-18) A 306
$99
Credentialed teachers will teach this course in introduction to
high school geometry. Topics include geometric definitions and
constructions, congruence and measurement, reasoning skills,
proofs, and theorems. A great way to prepare for those fall math
courses. $10 materials fee at first class. Instructor: Advanced
Tutoring Staff
8597 2-4pmW
6/24-7/22
MATH WORD PROBLEMS FOR algebra (AGES 11-15)
A 305
$89
This course is designed to help students comprehend word
problems easily. Students who have difficulties in word problems
need to improve their skills, as they will encounter more word
problems as they advance to higher grades. Many students
have trouble interpreting the mathematical equations in word
problems. This class assists students in spotting the key words
in long word questions, and converting them to equations.
Students will achieve good scores in word problems from this
easy, fundamental and fun practice. $10 materials fee will be
collected at first class. Instructor: Kathy Song
8604 10am-noon TU/TH
7/14-7/30
A 201B
READING
READING ACADEMY (Ages 5-13) $99
Credentialed teachers will lead this course for students entering
grades 1 through 12. Topics include phonics, vocabulary
development, and comprehension strategies using a variety of
grade appropriate literature. A great way to help prepare your
child for the next grade! $10 materials fee will be collected at first
class. Instructor: Advanced Tutoring Staff
1st and 2nd Grade
8616 9-11am
M
6/22-7/20
A 305
M
6/22-7/20
A 306
M
6/22-7/20
A 201B
3rd and 4th Grade
8617 9-11am
5th and 6th Grade
8618 9-11am
BOOK CLUB LITERATURE CLASS (Ages 12-14) $99
This literature course for students entering grades 7-8 will be
taught like a summer book club. It will focus on the book
“Wonder,” by R.J. Palacio. We will explore the author’s writing
techniques and the development of the story through detailed
class discussions. “Wonder” is the story of August Pullman, who
was born with extreme facial abnormalities and was not expected
to survive. This book follows his amazing story of transformation
from being home-schooled to entering a mainstream school in
Manhattan, New York. His endurance becomes an inspiration
to his peers. $20 materials fee will be collected at first class.
Instructor: Advanced Tutoring Staff
8651 9am-11am
F
6/26-7/24
A 305
BOOK CLUB LITERATURE CLASS (Ages 14-18) $99
This literature course for students in grades 9-12 will be taught like
a summer book club. It will focus on the book “I Am Malala” by
Malala Yousafzai. We will explore the author’s writing techniques
and the development of the story through detailed classroom
discussion. Malala Yousafzai has become an international symbol
for peaceful protest. Her story explains how from a young age
she knew that she wanted to change the world -- and she did. $20
materials fee will be collected at first class. Instructor: Advanced
Tutoring Staff
8650 11:30am-1:30pm F
6/26-7/24
A 305
Parking for College4Kids @ IVC:
Daily parking at IVC is $5. There will be a reserved
free 15-minute drop-off and pickup zone in Parking
Lot 4 for all College4Kids @ IVC programs. Please
park your car in that reserved area and walk students to
and from classes for their safety. If you plan to stay longer
than 15 minutes, please purchase a $5 daily permit and
park anywhere in the Student Parking Lots.
4
summer 2015
COLLEGE4KIDS @ IVC
Institute of Reading Development (Pre K and K/Level R)
$299
This program is designed for students entering Pre-Kindergarten
or Kindergarten. Students in these programs make significant
gains in phonics, word attack, sight vocabulary, fluency and
comprehension. As a result, your child will become a strong
independent reader, build confidence, and develop an enduring
love of books and reading. $34 materials fee is payable at the time
of registration. To register for this course, please visit www.ivc.
readingprograms.org. (No class 7/4.) Instructor: IRD Staff
9:30-10:45am
9:30-10:45am
9:30-10:45am
SAT
SAT
SAT
6/13-7/18
7/25-8/22
7/25-8/22
Institute of Reading Development (1st Grade/Level 1)
A 306
A 305
A 306
$299
This program is for children entering the 1st grade. Children in
this program learn beginning phonics; reading readiness skills
build comprehension, and develop an enduring love of books
and reading. Parents are to attend all sessions. Program goals
are reading readiness, alphabet skills, love of reading, and parent
training. $34 materials fee is payable at the time of registration.
To register for this course please visit www.ivc.readingprograms.
org. (No class 7/4.) Instructor: IRD Staff
11:45am-1:45pm
11:45am-1:45pm
SAT
SAT
6/13-7/18
7/25-8/22
Institute of Reading Development (2nd grade/Level 2)
A 306
A 306
$299
This program is for students entering 2nd grade. Students learn
phonics and word-attack skills, build sight vocabulary, and
improve fluency and comprehension. Your child will become a
strong independent reader, build confidence, and develop a love
of reading. Parents are welcome to attend any session. There is a
required 15-minute parent meeting at the end of Lessons 1 & 5.
Program goals are phonics, comprehension, and love of reading.
$34 materials fee is payable at the time of registration. To register
for this course visit www.ivc.readingprograms.org. (No class
7/4.) Instructor: IRD Staff
2:45-4:45pm
2:45-4:45pm
SAT
SAT
6/13-7/18
7/25-8/22
Institute of Reading Development (3rd grade/Level 3)
A 306
A 306
COLLEGE4KIDS @ IVC
SUN
SAT
6/14-7/19
7/25-8/22
$299
Class is designed for students entering the 4th and 5th
grades. Students in these programs make significant gains in
comprehension, and learn the fluency and advanced decoding
skills needed to read more complex books with ease. As a result,
your child will complete reading assignments more quickly and
easily, get better grades, and become fully absorbed in books. $34
materials fee is payable at the time of registration. To register for
this course visit www.ivc.readingprograms.org. (No class 7/4,
7/5.) Instructor: IRD Staff
12:30-2:45pm
2:45-5pm
SUN
SAT
6/14-7/19
7/25-8/22
Institute of Reading Development (6th-8th grade/level 5)
A 306
A 305
$299
This course is for students entering 6th–8th grade. In these
programs, students improve comprehension by one to two grade
levels while doubling their reading speed. They learn the best way
to read textbooks, take notes, and study for tests. Your son or
daughter will complete homework assignments quickly and easily,
get better grades, and become a more highly motivated student.
Our students become fully absorbed in books, and develop the
habit of reading for pleasure. $34 materials fee is payable at the
time of registration. To register for this course visit www.ivc.
readingprograms.org. (No class 7/5.) Instructor: IRD Staff
3:45-6:15pm
9-11:30am
SUN
F
6/14-7/19
7/24-8/21
Institute of Reading Development (9th-11th grade/Level 6)
A 306
A 306
$299
This program is for students entering the 9th-11th grades. In
these programs, students improve comprehension by one to two
grade levels while doubling their reading speed. They learn the
best way to read textbooks, take notes, and study for tests. Your
son or daughter will complete homework assignments quickly
and easily, get better grades, and become a more highly motivated
student. $34 materials fee is payable at the time of registration.
To register for this course visit www.ivc.readingprograms.org.
Instructor: IRD Staff
12:30-3pm
F
7/24-8/21
A 306
$299
This course is for students entering the 3rd grade. Students in
these programs make significant gains in comprehension, and
learn the fluency and advanced decoding skills needed to read
more complex books with ease. As a result, your child will
complete reading assignments more quickly and easily, get better
grades, and become fully absorbed in books. $34 materials fee is
payable at the time of registration. To register for this course visit
www.ivc.readingprograms.org. (No class 7/4, 7/5.) Instructor
IRD Staff
9:30-11:30am
11:45am-1:45pm
Institute of Reading Development (4th-5th grade/Level 4)
Parking for College4Kids @ IVC:
Daily parking at IVC is $5. There will be a reserved
free 15-minute drop-off and pickup zone in Parking
Lot 4 for all College4Kids @ IVC programs. Please
park your car in that reserved area and walk students to
and from classes for their safety. If you plan to stay longer
than 15 minutes, please purchase a $5 daily permit and
park anywhere in the Student Parking Lots. Do not park
in staff parking spaces.
A 306
A 305
summer 2015 5
STUDY SKILLS/PRESENTATIONS
PUBLIC SPEAKING (Ages 5-18) SCIENCE
$99
SCIENCE ACADEMY (Ages 5-13) $99
Credentialed teachers will lead this course in beginning public
speaking. Students will learn the different types of speech at
their grade level, beginning with a simple introduction, and then
progressing to poems and short speeches. Emphasis will be on
voice and speech techniques in a non-threatening and supportive
environment. $10 materials fee will be collected at first class.
Instructor: Advanced Tutoring Staff
Credentialed teachers will lead this fun class in science.
Explore the worlds of chemistry and physics though hands-on
experiments, lessons, and demonstrations. Explore, build, and
experiment while learning the scientific method and properties
of physics and chemistry! Students will be put into groups
according to grade level. $10 materials fee will be collected at
first class. Instructor: Advanced Tutoring Staff
1st to 3rd Grade
1st to 6th Grade
8615 11:30am-1:30pm
M
6/22-7/20
A 305
M
6/22-7/20
A 306
4th to 6th grade
8614 11:30am-1:30pm
7th to 12th grade
8613 2-4pm
M
6/22-7/20
STUDY SKILLS (Ages 12-18) A 305
$99
Credentialed teachers will lead this course in study skills for
students entering grades 6–12. Emphasis will be placed on time
management and organizational skills, note taking and effective
listening, how to study, test-taking techniques, and the use of
reference materials. Students will also create short-term and longterm goals for improving overall study habits. $10 materials fee
will be collected at first class. Instructor: Advanced Tutoring
Staff
6th to 8th grade
8624 2-4pmTU
6/23-7/21
A 305
7/23-7/21
A 306
9th to 12th grade
8625 2-4pmTU
NATURAL A’s (Ages 10-17) $59
Any student can significantly enhance grades, self-confidence, and
chances for scholarships and college admissions by performing
academic skills in alignment with the brain’s natural patterns.
This makes note-taking, reading, studying, memorizing and
test-taking amazingly efficient. Discover simple methods for
understanding math, optimize concentration, and prevent test
anxiety. The presenter graduated at the top of his college class
with a 4.0 GPA, and has a Juris Doctor degree from BYU. Parents
can register and participate with their children. $30 materials fee
will be collected at class. Instructor: Curtis Adney
8606 1-4pm
M
8/3
8622 11:30am-1:30pmTU
6/23-7/21
MAD SCIENTIST’s ROCKETRY LAB
(Ages 7-12)
A 305
$179
Unleash your inner rocket scientist with a week of super-powered
rockets and aerodynamics in this summer camp for kids. Invent,
build, launch, and take home paper rockets, bottle rockets,
chemical reaction rockets, and more! Construct and keep an
official Mad Science Skyblazer II Rocket, just like the one we’ll
launch over 100 feet in the air! $40 materials fee will be collected
at the first class. Instructor: Mad Science Staff
8591
9am-noon
M-F
8/3-8/7
CEC 5
MAD SCIENTIST’S CHEMISTRY LAB (Ages 5-12) $179
Come inside and see what spectacular solutions the Mad Scientist
has been whipping up! Experiment with some crazy chemistry,
learn about exothermic reactions, and create crystals. Have a
cool time with dry ice, make an oozing batch of gooey slime, and
see what pops up in our explosions lab! $40 materials fee will be
collected at the first class. Instructor: Mad Science Staff
8586 9am-noon
M-F
7/27-7/31
MAD SCIENCE PHYSICS LAB (Ages 7-12)
CEC 5
$179
Get hands-on with physics as you engineer giant pyramids, superstrong arches, and giant skyscrapers made of pasta! Master your
center of gravity, and transform into a human pulley system.
Build armor for an egg, and then drop it off the roof! Construct
your own bridges, catapults, and micro pincers to keep. $40
materials fee will be collected at the first class. Instructor: Mad
Science Staff
8588 9am-noon
M-F
7/6-7/10
CEC 5
A 201B
Attention Parents
Closed-toed shoes, sunscreen and a small snack
are recommended for all College4Kids classes and
camps.
6
summer 2015
COLLEGE4KIDS @ IVC
MAD SCIENCE ROBOTICs LAB (AGES 7-12)
$179
Build and keep your very own robot, unlike any other seen at
Mad Science before! Learn about the uses of robots in our world.
Experiment with sound sensing robots, line tracking robots,
amphibious robots and even soccer playing robots. $60 materials
fee will be collected at the first class. Instructor: Mad Science
Staff
8589 9am-noon
8590 9am-noon
M-F
M-F
7/13-7/17
8/10-8/14
MAD SCIENCE SECRET AGENT LAB
(Ages 6-12)
CEC 5
CEC 5
$179
As junior secret agents, you will use the science of detection
to analyze crime scenes. Send secret messages to your friends
by learning Morse code, Braille, and flag signaling. Construct
security alarms to stop burglars in their tracks, and even master
awesome spy tech like disappearing ink, metal detectors, and
motion alarms! $40 materials fee will be collected at the first
class. Instructor: Mad Science Staff
8593 9am-noon
M-F
7/20-7/24
CEC 5
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
ACADEMIC CHESS SUMMER KNIGHTS $150
Summer Academic Chess Camp includes the following: daily
chess strategy and tactics lessons for all levels, fun activities
and games that reinforce chess principles, giant chess set and
board on-site (3-foot-tall king), painting your own chess pieces,
exclusive chess workbook, and tournament opportunities to win
trophies and prizes! $10 material fee will be collected at the first
class. Instructor: Academic Chess Staff
8626 9am-noon
8627 12:30-3:30pm
8628 9am-noon
M-F
M-F
M-F
7/13-7/17
7/27-7/31
8/10-8/14
CEC 6
CEC 5
CEC 6
ART ANd MUSIC
DRAMA (Ages 6-12)
$99
Credentialed teachers will lead this fun class in drama. Students
will practice voice and acting techniques, set building, planning
parts, and acting. They will gain confidence by practicing and
working as a team. Each student will have part in a gradeappropriate play performed on the last class session. Students
will be put into groups according to grade level. $10 materials fee
will be collected at first class. Instructor: Advanced Tutoring
Staff
1st to 6th Grade
8552 11:30am-1:30pmTU
6/23-7/21
ART ACADEMY (AGES 6-12) A 306
$99
Credentialed teachers will lead this course in art. Through
experimentation with various materials and methods, students
will develop their art-making skills and explore personal areas
of creative interest. A variety of materials and grade-appropriate
techniques will be explored, including watercolor, tempera, mixed
media and more! $10 materials fee will be collected at first class.
Instructor: Advanced Tutoring Staff
1st to 6th Grade
8547 11:30am-1:30pmW
6/24-7/22
A 305
BEGINNING GUITAR FOR KIDS (AGES 9-13)
$89
Learn to play the guitar in just five weeks! This class is designed
for kids that have no experience playing the guitar. Learn easy
chords, fun melodies, strum styles and many popular songs.
Students must bring their own acoustic guitar or electric guitar,
music stand and small amp to class. Instructor: Ron Gorman
7818 10-11am
SAT
7/11-8/8
IMAGINATION FLIX (AGES 7-13) A 213
$170
Mad Science and Academic Chess are teaming up for two weeks
to provide a summer 2015 combo camp. Mad Science will offer
their Chemistry Lab camp in the morning session followed by
Academic Chess in the afternoon. Please send a sack lunch with
your child each day. $50 materials fee will be collected at the first
class. Instructor: Mad Science and Academic Chess Staff
Take your characters underwater, to a volcano or even to outer
space! In this exciting stop-motion animation camp, there are no
limits to where your imagination can take you. You’ll brainstorm,
create your very own clay characters (that you keep), choose
the backgrounds, film your movies using a green screen, and
add voice-overs, while working in age-appropriate groups. All flix
downloadable within a month after camp ends. If you sign up
for both Imagination Flix and Minecraft Flix, unch supervision
will be provided (students must provide their own sack lunch)
and a discount will be provided on registration fees; refer to
Combo Camps. $30 materials fee will be collected at the first
class. Instructor: IncrediFlix Crew
8584 9am-3:30pm M-F
8647 9am-noon
COMBO CAMPS
MAD SCIENCE AND ACADEMIC CHESS
(AGES 7-12)
COLLEGE4KIDS @ IVC
7/27-7/31
$279
CEC 5
summer 2015 M-F
6/22-6/26
CEC 6
7
MINECRAFT FLIX (AGES 7-13)
$170
WRITING
Do you love Minecraft? Let your imagination be your guide as
you turn the popular video game into an exciting Minecraft
world. Using stop-motion animation you will bring Steve, the
creepers, animals and more to life. Students will write, storyboard,
shoot and add voice-over in age-appropriate groups. All flix
downloadable within a month after camp ends. If you sign up
for both Imagination Flix and Minecraft Flix, lunch supervision
will be provided (students must provide their own sack lunch)
and a discount will be provided on registration fees; refer to
Combo Camps. $30 materials fee will be collected at the first
class. Instructor: IncrediFlix Crew
Credentialed teachers will lead this course in writing. Topics
include writing using a variety of methods and focusing on
beginning sentences and learning to put them together to write a
paragraph. Students will be introduced to the writing process at
their level; prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing.
Penmanship practice will also be emphasized. A great way to have
your child prepare for the next grade level. $10 materials fee will
be collected at first class. Instructor: Advanced Tutoring Staff
8648 1-4pm
1st and 2nd grade
M-F
6/22-6/26
LIVE ACTION FLIX (AGES 10-14)
CEC 6
$170
Do you want to have a blast making a movie? We’ll guide you
from “Action” to “That’s a wrap” as you brainstorm, location
scout, bring in props and costumes, act and direct in a
collaborative movie that will be fun for the entire audience. All
flix downloadable within a month after camp ends. If you sign
up for both Live Action Flix and Lego Flix, lunch supervision
will be provided (students must provide their own sack lunch)
and a discount will be provided on registration fees; refer to
Combo Camps. $30 materials fee will be collected at the first
class. Instructor: IncrediFlix Crew
8543 9am-noon
M-F
7/27-7/31
LEGO FLIX (AGES 10-14) A 306
$170
We know you love Legos and can create incredible Lego worlds;
now it’s time to bring those worlds to life in Lego stop-motion
animated flix! We provide the Legos and you provide your
imagination. Students will create a Lego set with Lego characters
for a movie they storyboard, write, shoot, and add voice-overs to
in age-appropriate groups. All flix downloadable after camp ends.
If you sign up for both Live Action Flix and Lego Flix, lunch
supervision will be provided (students must provide their own
sack lunch) and a discount will be provided on registration fees;
refer to Combo Camps. $30 materials fee will be collected at the
first class. Instructor: IncrediFlix Crew
8649 1-4pm
M-F
7/27-7/31
INCREDIFLIX COMBO CAMPS A 306
$306
Combo camps for Imagination Flix and Minecraft Flix the week
of 6/22-6/26 and Live Action Flix and Lego Flix the week of
7/27-7/31. Students enrolled in the combo camps must bring a
lunch each day for the supervised lunch between the two classes.
$60 materials fee will be collected at the first class. Instructor:
IncrediFlix Crew
WRITER’S ACADEMY (GRADES 1-8) 8632 9-11amW
$99
6/24-7/22
A 305
6/24-7/22
A 306
6/24-7/22
A 201B
6/25-7/23
A 305
WRITER’S ACADEMY (GRADES 9-12)
$99
3RD and 4th grade
8634 9-11amW
5th and 6th grade
8635 9-11amW
7th and 8th grade
8636 2-4pmTH
Credentialed teachers will lead this series in writing for students
entering grades 9-12. Learn the writing process of drafting,
revising, editing and publishing. The four areas of writing will
be covered: narrative, persuasive, biographical, and informative.
Grammar and spelling will also be emphasized. A great way to
prepare for those high school classes! $10 materials fee will be
collected at first class. Instructor: Advanced Tutoring Staff
8637 2-4pmTH
6/25-7/23
A 306
LANGUAGE
SPANISH (AGES 8-13)
$99
Credentialed teachers will lead this course in beginning Spanish.
Learn basic Spanish words, conversation, and sentence structure.
Stories, games, and music will enrich this experience. Learn how
to order from a menu, have a friendly conversation, and about
Spanish-speaking countries around the world. $10 materials fee
will be collected at first class. Instructor: Advanced Tutoring
Staff
8623 11:30am-1:30pmW
6/24-7/22
A 306
Imagination Flix and Minecraft Flix
8559 9am-4pm
M-F
6/22-6/26
CEC 6
Live Action Flix and Lego Flix
8560 9am-4pm
8
M-F
7/27-7/31
A 306
summer 2015
COLLEGE4KIDS @ IVC
CAMP LANGO (AGES 5-10) $229/$349
Lango Kids Irvine offers Spanish and French immersion day
camps for kids ages 5-10. Enthusiastic native-speaking and bilingual teachers will lead kids through fun-filled, culturally based
lessons that take place indoors and out. Activities include games,
geography, history, arts and crafts, theater, music and lots of
movement. Kids won’t believe they can have so much fun while
learning a new language. Spanish campers discover the treasures of
Latin and European countries where Spanish is spoken. Children
love mystery and the chance to explore, and at Camp Lango we
adventure our way into the wild and urban places while learning
about other cultures’ festivals, people’s traditions, local cuisine,
and more. If you want to see your kids dancing and cooking
simple, traditional dishes from Latin America and Spain, bring
them to Camp Lango Spanish. Did you know that French today
is spoken around the world by 65 to 80 million people as a native
language, and by about 190 to 200 million people as a second or
third language? French is the only language other than English
spoken on five continents and in 29 countries. Bring your kids to
Camp Lango French and give the world to them. Here, they’ll be
immersed in the language and several of the cultures where this
beautiful and practical language is spoken. Register for camp at
www.langokidsirvine.com. Instructor: Camp Lango Staff
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9am-3pm
9am-3pm
9am-3pm
9am-3pm
9am-3pm
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M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F
6/29-7/3
7/6-7/10
7/13-7/17
7/20-7/24
7/27-7/31
8/3-8/7
8/10-8/14
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COMPUTERS
COMPUTER BASICS (Ages 10-14)
$169
This hands-on course provides students the knowledge and
skills required to identify different types of computers, and the
components of a personal computer including microprocessors,
motherboard, flash drive, hard disk, memory, keyboard, mouse
and input/output devices. Students will also learn to use
Windows to manage files and folders, maintain their system, run
applications using a control pane, print files and install programs.
$20 materials fee will be collected at first class. Instructor:
NRCLC Staff
8549 9am-noon
M-TH
6/22-6/25
BSTIC 212
Parking at IVC
Daily parking permit fee: $5.00
Daily parking permit dispensers are located near the
entrances to parking lots 4, 5, 8, and 10, and at the Irvine
Valley entrance near the Performing Arts Center.
COLLEGE4KIDS @ IVC
CREATE 2D GAMES LEVEL 1 (AGES 10-14)
$189
This hands-on course is designed for students wanting to learn the
basic elements of creating a 2D game using GameMaker software.
The students will learn to create games that include sprites,
background images, sounds and music, objects, events, actions and
rooms. Prerequisite: Computer Basics or equivalent. $20 materials
fee wIll be collected at first class. Instructor: NRCLC Staff
8550 1-4pm
M-TH
6/22-6/25
BSTIC 212
CREATE 2D GAMES LEVEL 2 (AGES 12-18)
$329
This hands-on course is designed for students who already have a
basic understanding of how to create 2D games and are looking
to create engaging and interactive games that utilize media, sound,
video, images and animation. They will be developing games
using GameMaker, editing sound using Audacity and learning
an introduction to Scratch programming. This is an excellent
introductory course to game programming if a student is planning
to become a game programmer -- one of the hottest career fields
today -- or preparing for the Microsoft Technology Associate
(MTA) exam. Prerequisite: Create 2D Games Level 1 or equivalent.
$20 materials fee wIll be collected at first class. Instructor:
NRCLC Staff
8645 9am-4pm
M-TH
6/29-7/2
BSTIC 212
GAME Programming WITH C++ BASIC (AGES 13-18)
$329
This is an introductory-level course where you will learn the basics
of C++ programming to build software using Microsoft Visual
Studio. Students will learn to use common functions, expressions,
flow control, loops and more to develop an application! This
is an excellent introductory course to programming if you are
planning to take an AP course in Computer Science, start a
career in software development or become a game programmer
-- one of the hottest career fields today -- or prepare for the
Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification Exam.
Prerequisite: Computer Basics or equivalent. $20 materials fee will
be collected at first class. Instructor: NRCLC Staff
8555 9am-4pm
M-TH
7/6-7/9
BSTIC 212
GAME PROGRAMMING WITH JAVA—BASIC
(AGES 13-18)
$329
This is an introductory-level course where you will learn the
basics of the Java programming language to build software. You
will learn to use variables, classes, expressions, flow control,
loops and more to develop an application! This is an excellent
introductory course to programming if you are planning to take
an AP course in Computer Science, build a career in software
development or become a game programmer -- one of the hottest
career fields today -- or prepare for the Microsoft Technology
Associate (MTA) Certification Exam. Prerequisite: Computer
Basics or equivalent. $20 materials fee will be collected at first
class. Instructor: NRCLC Staff
8556 9am-4pm
summer 2015 M-TH
7/13-7/17
BSTIC 212
9
GAME PROGRAMMING WITH JAVA—
INTERMEDIATE (AGES 13-18)
$329
Once a student has mastered the basics of Java programming, they
are ready to learn some tougher object-oriented concepts such
as creating classes, objects, method overloading, constructors,
destructors, polymorphism, arrays, strings, dynamic data and
more, to develop advanced applications. By the end of the
course, students will be able to develop advanced applications. This is an excellent introductory course to programming if you
are planning to take an AP course in Computer Science, build a
career in software development or become a game programmer
-- one of the hottest career fields today -- or prepare for the
Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification Exam.
Prerequisite: Programming with Java Basic or equivalent. $20
materials fee will be collected at first class. Instructor: NRCLC
Staff
8557 9am-3pm
M-TH
7/20-7/23
BSTIC 212
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS (AGES 13-18)
$329
This introductory-level course enables the students to learn the
basic concepts of programming with the JavaScript programming
language. The JavaScript language is easy to use, and is commonly
used for writing short scripts in webpages for dynamic content. This
class will be geared towards teenagers, who will learn to write scripts
for developing basic calculators and form validation. Prerequisite:
Intro to Programming using JavaScript, C++ or Java. $20 materials
fee will be collected at first class. Instructor: NRCLC Staff
8649 9am-3pm
M-TH
7/27-7/30
BSTIC 212
DEVELOP MOBILE APPS WITH HTML5, CSS3, $329
AND JAVA (AGES 13-18)
Learn the basics of developing mobile apps using HTML5 and
CSS3. Students will learn to use HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript
and JQuery to access content on various devices. Prerequisite:
Computer Basics or equivalent. $20 materials fee will be collected
at first class. Instructor: NRCLC Staff
8631 9am-4pm
M-TH
8/3-8/6
SAT MATH (Ages 13-18)
8546 11:30am-1:30pmTH
10
SAT
$20 materials fee will be collected at first class. Instructor:
Advanced Tutoring
8545 11:30am-4pmTH
6/25-7/23
A 201B
Attention Parents
Closed-toed shoes, sunscreen and a small snack
are recommended for all College4Kids classes and
camps.
Parking for College4Kids @ IVC:
Daily parking at IVC is $5. There will be a reserved
free 15-minute drop-off and pickup zone in Parking
Lot 4 for all College4Kids @ IVC programs. Please
park your car in that reserved area and walk students to
and from classes for their safety. If you plan to stay longer
than 15 minutes, please purchase a $5 daily permit and
park anywhere in the Student Parking Lots. Do not park
in staff parking spaces.
PARENTS PLEASE NOTE:
SUPERVISION BEFORE OR AFTER CLASS
IS NOT AVAILABLE
$99
6/21-7/23
A 201B
BSTIC 212
The SAT English Workshop Series prepares students who wish to
score high on the official SAT English section. The workshop will
cover in depth the critical reading section, where students will
learn about and practice sentence completion and passage-based
reading exercises. The workshop will also cover: vocabulary,
the writing section including the essay, identifying sentence
errors, and improving sentences and paragraphs. There will also
be online assignments that need to be completed each week.
Instructor: Advanced Tutoring
8544 2-4pm
6/25-7/23
SAT MATH AND ENGLISH COMBO (AGES 13-18) $175
TEST PREP
SAT ENGLISH (AGES 13-18)
$99
Students will receive an overview of all SAT Math sections.
Throughout course instruction, students will be pre- and posttested as well as review and pinpoint weaknesses and strength
areas. Students will build self-confidence for taking the math
sections of the SAT test. $20 materials fee will be collected at first
class. Instructor: Advanced Tutoring
A parent or an authorized adult guardian is
responsible for dropping off and picking up children
on time from each College4Kids @ IVC class.
While on campus, your child is expected to observe the rules
of conduct expected for all Irvine Valley College students.
Students must follow the instructions given to them by
course instructors and should use the buddy system when
moving from class to class and when using other campus
facilities.
A 201B
summer 2015
COLLEGE4KIDS @ IVC
Community Education adult programs
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT
ARTs & MUSIC
2-DAY FILM SCHOOL $389
Want to produce, write, finance, and direct and/or distribute a
feature film? Then this is the course! Will Smith and Guy Ritchie
attended, as did Oscar nominees Queen Latifah and Quentin
Tarantino and many more! This acclaimed course launched the
careers of the creators of Barbershop, My Big Fat Greek Wedding,
and Blair Witch Project.
Day 1, Saturday: Filmmaking, Producing, and Directing—
Take your idea, procure a script, budget and schedule it, hire
talent and crew, rent equipment, shoot, edit and obtain your
final print.
Day 2, Sunday: Film Business, Finance, and Distribution—
Learn how to attend film festivals, win awards, distribute and
generate revenues from theatrical, foreign, video and cable
industries.
BONUS: Screenwriting A-Z and Digital Filmmaking A-Z are
covered. All attendees receive a Filmmaker’s Workbook and a
Producer’s Diploma.
Classes will take place at Raleigh Studios Chaplin Theatre, 5300
Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA 90038. Instructor: Dov S-S Simens
8656 9am-6pm SAT/SUN9/5-9/6
8748 9am-6pm SAT/SUN12/5-12/6
Hollywood
Hollywood
BEGINNING GUITAR AND UKULELE ENSEMBLE $89
Experience fun and easy musical interaction with other beginners
in a friendly and supportive environment. Learn easy chords,
strum styles, familiar melodies, classic and current songs in this
combination class. Students must bring their own music stands
and instruments to class. Instructor: Ron Gorman
8732 2-3pm
SAT
6/6-6/27
A 213
$55
Beginner-level players will gain a solid foundation with footwork
and stroke techniques, basic concepts of tactics and strategy,
as well as badminton rules and etiquette. Intermediate and
advanced- level players will learn advanced tactics and strategies
of the game. All players will learn and enjoy the social aspect of
badminton. Players are required to bring a badminton racket and
gym shoes and feather shuttlecock. Instructor: Helen Tung
8717 7-9:30pmTH 6/4-8/13 HART GYM (PE 250)
COLLEGE4KIDS @ IVC
$59
You were born to make a unique contribution to humanity.
Progressing toward this purpose brings joy and abundance. Straying
from it causes stress and emptiness. To accomplish this mission, one
of the 33 Natural Talents is wired into your DNA. It is so subtle, you
rarely notice it; yet so powerful, it’s the source of highest potential.
Elvis, Oprah, and Einstein were all just “doing what comes naturally.”
Applying your natural talent relentlessly will magnetically attract all
your heart’s desires. The presenter is a career coach, motivational
speaker, and author of a forthcoming book: Pinpoint Your Destiny.
$40 materials fee is payable at first class. Instructor: Curtis Adney
8720 6-9:30pm
M
8/3
A 201B
DIVORCE OPTIONS WORKSHOP $45
Are you contemplating divorce? Has your spouse said the “divorce”
word? Are you worried about how the children will adjust? Do
you have a relative or friend on the brink of divorce? Attend a
highly educational class designed to give you an overview of the
legal, financial, family and personal issues of divorce. This class is
co-taught by a family law attorney, a divorce financial specialist
and family therapist. We will explore litigation and non-litigation
divorce options. We will discuss the legalities of divorce, plans,
child/spousal support, property division, and impact on children
and the emotional process of divorce. Bring your questions and get
unbiased information to help you gain a greater understanding of the
confusing and overwhelming divorce process. Although the Divorce
Options Workshop is not the same as a private consultation with
an attorney, mental health or financial professional specializing in
divorce work, the workshop does allow participants to brainstorm,
to ask questions that are specific to their situation, and to receive
feedback from the instructor. Instructor: Leslee Newman
8676 6:30-9pmW
MEDICARE 101
SPORTS
SOCIAL BADMINTON WHAT WERE YOU BORN TO DO? 7/22
A 305
$39/$20 GUEST FEE
The importance of understanding Medicare is becoming more
relevant in the retirement community, as an estimated 10,000 baby
boomers will turn 65 each day for the next 19 years, according to
the PEW Research Center. This basic course begins with a brief
history and overview of the Medicare program, then dives into more
in-depth details about the various parts of Medicare, which includes
Part A for hospitalization coverage, Part B for physician coverage,
Part C, known as Medicare Advantage, and Part D, the prescription
drug program. In addition, the course provides valuable information
on Medicare supplementary insurance, known as Medi-gap, and how
such policies may provide coverage and benefits to fill the “gaps” in
Medicare coverage. Instructor: John Pak
8749
10-11:15am
SAT
8/1
CEC 6
Guest:
8750 10-11:15am
SAT
8/1
CEC 6
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RETIREMENT 101
$49/$20 GUEST FEE
How often do you receive advice on ways to grow your money?
Perhaps more often than not. How often do you receive advice
on how to preserve and wisely use your nest egg to ensure it lasts
throughout retirement? Perhaps seldom. The issue here is that
accumulating your wealth is only one phase of your financial life
cycle. This class addresses the main concern soon-to-be retirees
have always had: Will I have sufficient income in retirement to
live comfortably? This introductory course focuses on the ‘Baby
Boomer’ generation, who are preparing to enter this new frontier.
John Pak, Certifed Financial Planner, takes you through the first
step in developing a plan to navigate through the retirement phase
of your life -- because your goal isn’t to only reach retirement, but
to enjoy it to the fullest with confidence! Instructor: John Pak
8753
1-2:30pm
SAT
7/11
CEC 6
Guest:
8754 1-2:30pm
SAT
7/11
CEC 6
SOCIAL SECURITY WORKSHOP$49/$20 GUEST FEE
The average retiree leaves thousands of dollars “on the table”
simply because they don’t understand how to optimize their
Social Security benefits. This is a chance for you to learn and
help others avoid the same mistakes. Join us for this informative
and easy to understand offering to learn how to simplify some
of the more popular rules as well as the confusing ones. We will
revisit the orgin of the Social Security system, take a closer look
at the mechanics of Social Security, and finally explore ways in
which you or loved ones not only maximize benefits, but also
avoid the pitfalls. This class is open to all ages who are interested
in learning and discussing the Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability
Insurance (OASDI) federal program. Attendees will receive an
opportunity to request a free Social Security personalized
assessment. Instructor: John Pak
8751
10:30am-12:30pm SAT
7/11
CEC 6
Guest:
8752 10:30am-12:30pm SAT
7/11
CEC 6
RUDY ON ROUNDS: BECOME A QUALIFIED
THERAPY DOG HANDLER
$45
Find the precise steps and resources necessary to become a
certified therapy dog handler. Connect with like-minded caring
adults and find out if pet therapy services is right for you and
your dog; clarify the qualifications necessary to become a therapy
dog handler; master the essential of learning the most efficient,
least cost and the quickest way to become certified; and gain
an insider’s understanding into the types of facilities where you
and your dog can provide therapy services. Instructor: Richard
Katz
8746 6:30-9:30pmTU
8743 6:30-9:30pmW
6/23
6/24
A 306
A 306
BASICS OF SELLING ON EBAY
8668
8669
8670
8am-noon
8am-noon
8am-noon
SUN
SUN
SUN
6/21
7/19
8/16
EBAY STORES 101 (Ages 18+) A 305
A 305
A 305
$95
With this course, you’ll learn how to: open an eBay Store (a
miniature eBay with only your items), optimize your eBay Store,
market your eBay Store effectively, and use eBay Stores Traffic
Reporting to your advantage. $17 materials fee will be collected
in class. Instructor: Carolyn “CJ” Jacinto
8685
8686
1-5pm
1-5pm
SUN
SUN
7/19
8/16
EBAY BEYOND THE BASICS (Ages 18+)
A 305
A 305
$95
With this course you’ll learn how to: start and/or grow an eBaybased business, choose the right listing format—auction style or
fixed priced, create compelling listings, use eBay listing tools,
market your business on eBay, manage your listings, pack and ship
inventory, and use online payments from PayPal. $17 materials
fee will be collected in class. Instructor: Carolyn “CJ” Jacinto
86811-5pm
SUN
6/21
A 305
EBAY combo class (Ages 18+) $150
Take two classes on the same day and the combined fee will be
$150. Basics of Selling on eBay and Beyond the Basics will be
offered on 6/21; Basics of Selling on eBay and eBay Stores will be
offered on 7/19 and 8/16. Instructor: Carolyn “CJ” Jacinto
86828am-5pm
86838am-5pm
86848am-5pm
SUN
SUN
SUN
6/21
7/19
8/16
SAVE MONEY WITH EXTREME COUPONING A 305
A 305
A 305
$20
Learn how to save money every day with extreme couponing.
Coupons are not just for groceries. The savings can add up
to hundreds or even thousands of dollars every year. This
comprehensive workshop will teach you where to find all different
types of coupons, how to find the best coupon websites, how to
decipher coupon policies, the best way to sort and store coupons,
and how to find other people so that you can trade. Feel free to
bring your coupons to class for a trading session. This workshop
is taught by someone who has used coupons to save thousands
and has learned many couponing secrets. $10 materials fee will be
collected in class. Instructor: LeeAnne Krusemark
8731 11am-noonTU
12
$95
With this course you’ll learn how to: become an eBay seller,
do research and create listings, improve your listings with better
descriptions and photography, set pricing, open and use a PayPal
account, monitor your listings, complete transactions and ship
your sold items. $17 materials fee will be collected in class. Sign
up for the afternoon eBay class and the combined fee will be
$150 plus a $34 materials fee. Instructor: Carolyn “CJ” Jacinto
summer 2015
7/28
A 305
ADULT CLASSES
Transition to EMPLOYMENT - BUSINESS $400
SOFT SKILLS FOR THE WORKPLACE - Level 1.4
CAREER DEVELOPMENT
LEAN MADE EASY
$600
‘LEAN Made Easy’ teaches you everything you need to know
to do effective Value Stream maps, A3, kaizen, 8S and building
a LEAN culture taught in a simple, straightforward manner
that anybody can learn and utilize in their area of control. This
course is taught by an authentic Toyota Motor Company ‘Sensei’
(teacher) who is one of only four Americans trained by both
Toyota production system gurus and Taiichi Ohno and Shigeo
Shingo in 1990. $35 materials fee is payable to instructor at first
class. Instructor: LeeAnne Krusemark
8733 9am-4pm
8734 9am-4pm
8735 9am-4pm
SAT/SUN 6/20-6/21
SAT/SUN 7/18-7/19
SAT/SUN 8/15-8/16
A 210
A 210
A 210
Transition to Independent Living and Employment-Level 1.1
$600
This is the first course offered in the Life College Transition
to Employment curriculum. It focuses on the business soft
skills required to acquire and maintain gainful employment
(listening, adaptability, teamwork, judgment, integrity, work ethic,
communications, positive demeanor, etc.). The curriculum is
instructor-delivered with comprehensive materials including video,
which promotes lively discussion. This course may be taken in
conjunction with the Internship Program offered by Life College.
You must be accepted by Life College to enroll in this class.
Additional fees of $240 apply for this course. Additional fees also
apply to the Internship Program. Instructor: Life College
8718
9-11amW
6/8-8/5ATEP B 101B
Transition to EMPLOYMENT - FINANCE & $400
BUSINESS MATH FOR THE WORKPLACE - Level 1.2
This course will focus on the business and math skills required
for gainful employment and managing personal finances. The
curriculum is computer-based and instructor-delivered, allowing
each student to baseline their current math skills level and then
start a series of lessons designed to build upon the baseline
level. This course will be the first of a series designed to help
students reach their highest level math possible with Certificates
of Achievement awarded for use on resumes and interviews. You
must be accepted by Life College to enroll in this class. Additional
fees of $160 apply, payable to Life College. Additional fees also
apply to the Internship Program. For more information about this
class as well as the Internship Program, please call (877) 524-8776. You may also visit www.lifecollegeoc.org for more information. No class 7/2 and 7/3. Instructor: Life College
8719
9-11am
F
6/11-8/7
ATEP B 101B
This course will focus on workplace relationships. It is designed
to work with students concerning their need to develop positive
and successful work place relationships and how to be successful
in their lives. This course explores interpersonal skills required for
everyday working and the development of collegiality. It includes
building self-esteem, demonstrating the knowledge of working
with both superiors and co-workers. This course will describe and
explain techniques to manage most of the common and difficult
interpersonal behaviors, receiving directions positively, working with
dress codes, and appropriate personal behavior in the workplace
including teasing, anger, criticism, and bullying. Conflict resolution
will also be addressed. Some conflict resolution strategies explored
will include the internal conflict resolution strategy CALM, as well
as external conflict resolution COOL. In addition, students will
explore appropriate general behaviors when working and developing
relationships. They will learn to demonstrate positive assertiveness
skills and interacting with authority figures appropriately. You must
be accepted by Life College to enroll in this class. Additional fees
of $80 apply, payable to Life College. This course may be taken in
conjunction with the Internship Program. Additional fees also apply
to both of these. No class 7/2 and 7/3. Instructor: Life College
8736
TH/F
6/11-8/7
ATEP B 101B
Transition to EMPLOYMENT - BUSINESS $400
SOFT SKILLS FOR THE WORKPLACE - Level 1.5
This course will focus on the job search. It is designed to cover
application completion, organizational research, resume writing,
job interviews, networking and employment correspondence such
as letters of inquiry and thank you letters. Also emphasized will be
current techniques and resources needed for the job search. Case
studies, quizzes, research, the writing of job search documents,
and role playing will be used to emphasize content. You must be
accepted by Life College to enroll in this class. Additional fee of
$160 applies and is payable at first class. No class 6/30 and 7/1.
Instructor: Life College
8737
9-11am
TU/W
6/9-8/5
ATEP B 101B
WRITING
INTRODUCTION TO SCREENWRITING $150
Discover the art and craft of screenwriting, from concept to first
original idea, and transform it to screenwriting forms. Each week
students will watch a movie at home, and discuss in class. Structure,
characterization and plot will be discussed; students will also write
and critique their material in a work/class setting. Students must
purchase “The Screenwriters Workbook” by Syd Field (ISBN:
440582253) prior to the first class. Instructor: Mark Sevi
8696
ADULT CLASSES
9-11am
summer 2015
6:30-9:30pmTH
7/30-9/17
A 123
13
INTERMEDIATE SCRIPTWRITING $75
This class is appropriate for anyone with a general working
knowledge of screenwriting, whether they have taken the
Introduction to Screenwriting class or not. Students continue the
knowledge gained in the introductory class as they flesh out and
continue writing their scripts. Structure, theme, characterization,
writing techniques, marketing, and many other aspects of
screenwriting are covered in detail. Students will watch and break
down a movie at home every week. $100 materials fee will be
collected in class. Instructor: Mark Sevi
8695
6:30-9:30pmTU
7/28-9/29
A 123
A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO GETTING PUBLISHED $40
Did you know Stephen King was rejected 75 times before he sold
his first novel? If your goal is to become a published freelance
writer by selling a magazine article, short story, poem, or even a
novel, this comprehensive workshop will guide you to, then past
the editor’s desk. You will discover how to: become a ‘published’
writer overnight; submit manuscripts the correct way; find the
right publisher for your work; write irresistible query letters; learn
100 ways to make money as a freelance writer; and obtain free
future Q&A opportunities. If you really want to succeed, this
step-by-step workshop, taught by a successful, published writer, is
a must! $10 materials fee will be payable at the door. Instructor:
LeeAnne Krusemark
8725
5-7pm
TU
7/28
A 305
MEET THE PUBLISHER
$20
Have you ever wanted to talk to a real publisher? Are you tired
of having your manuscripts critiqued by non-professionals or
paying an editor too much money to change your writing to
the way they would write it? Bring your in-progress manuscript
for an in-class critique of one page of your poetry, article, short
story, novel, non-fiction book, children’s book, etc. by an
adjunct online professor of publishing for Harvard and owner
of a small publishing house. You can then leave a copy of your
manuscript with LeeAnne Krusemark, now the owner of an
author-friendly publishing house, for a professional critique of
your entire manuscript (for an optional materials fee of $50 for
up to 25 double-spaced pages + $1/page thereafter) and a list
of publishers and/or agents who are interested in your type of
work. $10 materials fee will be collected at the door. Instructor:
LeeAnne Krusemark
8724
7-9pm
TU
7/28
A 305
SELF PUBLISHING VS TRADITIONAL PUBLISHING: WHICH IS BEST FOR YOU?
Self-publishing is all the rage, but is it the best option for you? Once you self-publish, then what? You will learn about the pros
and cons of traditional publishing and all of the self-publishing
options, including vanity publishing, print on demand publishing,
e-book publishing, and the Amazon options of Kindle Publishing
and Create Space. You will also learn, from a published author,
editor and adjunct online professor of publishing for Harvard,
how to find the best traditional publisher or the best selfpublishing company for your manuscript. $10 materials fee will
be collected at the door. Instructor: LeeAnne Krusemark
8726
7-9pm
TU
7/28
A 305
BUSINESS & FINANCE
CASH IN WITH A SUCCESSFUL HOME-BASED
Business $40
Are you tired of working for someone else? Do you need to make
more money? Turn your talents and hobbies into profits at home
by learning how to start a home-based business from a Chamber
of Commerce past president and successful southern California
entrepreneur. During this comprehensive, informative workshop,
you will discover many details it has taken other entrepreneurs
years to discover on their own, including more than 100 home
business ideas; all the mandatory legal documentation; many
ways to market your product/service; taking tax deductions
(this workshop included); and free future individual Q&A
opportunities. If you really want to succeed in a home business,
this step-by-step workshop is a must! These workshops have
been offered from Maine to Hawaii, and the inspiration given to
others has been compared to Oprah. A $10 materials fee will be
collected. Instructor: LeeAnne Krusemark
8728 1-3pmTU
7/28
A 306
Seven simple secrets to financial
freedom $40
Does your money work for you or do you work for your money?
This class is not taught by a financial guru using technical
language you can’t possibly understand. You will learn from a
single mom, turned home business entrepreneur, turned home
owner, turned real estate investor that this is not a get rich quick
scheme but is a plan of action to help others learn the path to
financial freedom. In this fast-paced workshop, you will learn
how to: get out of credit card debt and reduce bad credit; raise
your credit limit and lower your interest rate; use more credit to
raise your credit score; buy a home even if you have bad credit or
are self-employed; pay off your mortgage in half the time with less
money; keep your home protected against lawsuits; become an
active investor for financial freedom. Each one of these secrets is
worth more than ten times the cost of this class. This workshop
is not for those already advanced in financial matters nor does it
provide any legal advice. $20 materials fee is payable at first class.
Instructor: LeeAnne Krusemark
8730 9-11amTU
14
$20
summer 2015
7/28
A 306
ADULT CLASSES
MAKE MONEY WITH A HOME-BASED
Typing/Word Processing Business $20
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATION - $459
EXAM PREP FOR MTA 98-361
If you can type, then you can make money at home using your
typewriter/word processor or computer. Having already learned
all about home-based business success (participants must have
attended “Cash In with a Successful Home-Based Business”),
you will then discover the secrets to profits in the typing/word
processing business, including how and where to find clients,
50 ways to advertise/market your services, effective home office
equipment choices, 100 ways to make money with a computer,
and free national networking information. There really is a
need for your services, so why not have the freedom to be your
own boss, set your own hours, and have the opportunity to
make more money than you ever did before by attending this
workshop. $10 materials fee will be collected in class. Instructor:
LeeAnne Krusemark
The MTA training course helps students prepare for MTA Exam
98-361 and build an understanding of the following topics:
core programming, object oriented programming, general
software development, web applications, desktop applications
and databases. Prerequisite: Introduction to Programming with
C#, Object Oriented Programming, HTML5, CSS3, Javascript,
web and Windows application development, database design or
equivalent. $49 materials fee payable at first class. Instructor: NR
Computer Learning Center Staff
8729 3-4pmTU
7/28
A 306
EARN EXTRA MONEY WITH A
MYSTERY SHOPPing Business $20
Have you ever wanted to become a secret mystery shopper? Have
you seen ads telling you how to become a shopper, but only if
you send them a lot of money? You do not have to pay to begin
your new career in this exciting field. You will learn how to start
your business endeavor (participants must attend “Cash in with
a Successful Home Based Business”) and you will also learn how
to create a mystery shopping profile, sign up with many mystery
shopping companies without fees, avoid the pitfalls and scams,
and become a merchandiser for extra income. With a few simple
steps, you can start mystery shopping today! $10 materials fee;
includes a list of companies to apply to. Instructor: LeeAnne
Krusemark
8727 12-1pmTU
7/28
A 306
COMPUTERS
DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR - EXAM PREP FOR MTA 98-364
$459
This hands on course provides students with gain the fundamental
knowledge and skills to make a database. Students will learn
database concepts, and how to create database objects, manage
data and data storage, and administer a database. This course
will help students prepare for MTA 98-364 exams. Prerequisite:
Introduction to Database Design and Introduction to SQL or
equivalent. $49 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the first
class. Instructor: NR Computer Learning Center Staff
8721 9am-4pm
ADULT CLASSES
M-TH
6/1-6/4
8722 9am-4pm
M-TH
6/8-6/11
BSTIC 212
Excel Expert Parts 1 and 2 - EXAM PREP $459
FOR MOS 77-425 and 428
The Excel 2013 Expert Test Prep course helps students prepare for
the MOS 77-425 and 428 exams and builds an understanding of
advanced Excel topics, including using advance formulas, creating
and using pivot tables and charts, sharing workbooks, customizing
format and developing templates, creating scenarios and setting
goals, analyzing data and developing a professional dashboard. Prerequisite: basic Excel. $49 materials fee is payable at first class.
Instructor: NR Computer Learning Center Staff
8723 9am-4pm
M-TH
6/15-6/18
BSTIC 212
INSTRUCTORS WANTED!
Do you have a talent to share or a love for teaching? The
IVC Community Education Department is always looking for
quality, dedicated instructors to offer a variety of programs
including relevant, innovative and just-in-time learning in
Orange County. Contact us for additional requirements. Please review these tips before submitting an application: Go
to ivc.edu to review the current courses offered through our
Community Ed Department and see if your proposed class
is already being offered. If a similar program is being offered,
how is yours different? Can it be modified to meet a need
that is currently not being met? Please note that workshops
and classes cannot be designed to sell or recommend products
from your business or promote your consulting services.
or more information, please call 949-451-5555 or email
[email protected]
BSTIC 212
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LAKE FOREST, LAGUNA HILLS, ALISO VIEJO
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COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASSES
off-campus Class Locations
Class Site/CodeLocation
Address
A Atria
Atria Senior Living
1 Witherspoon, Irvine 92604
949-654-8500
BDP
Dance Palace 27192 Jeronimo Rd., Mission Viejo, 92691
949-716-0033
C ET Lib
El Toro Library 24672 Raymond Way, Lake Forest 92630
949-855-8173
DFAN
Financial Advisors Network Training Room
1432 Edinger Ave., Suite 200, Tustin, CA 92780
714-597-6510
E FSSC
Florence Sylvester Senior Center
23721 Moulton Parkway, Laguna Hills 92653
949-380-0155
F
Groves Mobile Home Park 5200 Irvine Blvd., Irvine 92620
714-832-3600
GHPCC
Heritage Park Community Center
14301 Yale Ave., Irvine 92604
949-724-6750
HLBCC
Laguna Beach Community Center 380 Third St., Laguna Beach 92651
949-464-9535
ILBHS
Laguna Beach High School
625 Park Ave., Laguna Beach 92651
949-464-9535
JLBHSCP Laguna Beach High School Community Pool
625 Park Ave., Laguna Beach 92651
949-464-9535
KLF II
Lake Forest II, Sun and Sail Club
24752 Toledo Way, Lake Forest 92630
LLFBTC
Lake Forest Beach and Tennis Club
22921 Ridge Route Dr., Lake Forest 92630
949-837-6100
MLFCH
Lake Forest City Hall Community Center
25550 Commercentre Dr., Lake Forest 92630
949-461-3450
NLSC
Lakeview Senior Center
20 Lake Rd., Irvine 92612
949-724-6900
ONCCC
Newport Coast Community Center 6401 San Joaquin Hills Rd., Newport Coast 92627 949-270-8100
PNRCLC
NR Computer Learning Center 2100 W. Orangewood, Suite 110, Orange 92868
714-505-3475
Q Regents
Regents Point 19191 Harvard Ave., Irvine 92612
949-509-2235
RRSC
Rancho Senior Center
3 Ethel Coplen Way, Irvine 92612
949-724-6800
S
Sunrise Assisted Living
12291 S. Newport Ave., Santa Ana 92705
714-544-5959
TTRCP
Turtle Rock Community Park
1 Sunnyhill, Irvine 92603
949-724-6734
UTUSTIN
Tustin Area Senior Center
200 South C St., Tustin 92780 714-573-3340
Groves
Sunrise
Laguna Beach
COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASSES
Phone
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irvine valley college Campus map
A 100
Administration
CP 100
IVC police and parking information
A 200
Social Sciences
Kap
KAPLAN INTERNATIONAL
A 300
Humanities and Fine Arts
LIB
Library
A 400
Life Sciences
LSB
LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING
B 100
Classrooms and Offices
M 100
FACILITIES MAnagement
B 200
mathematics and Physical Sciences
PAC
PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
B 300
Classrooms and labs
PE 100
Health Fitness Complex
BSTIC
Business Sciences and technology innovation center
PE 200
Hart Gymnasium
CDC
Child Development Center
CEC 5, 6 Community Education Complex
18
summer 2015
SSC
Student Services Center
TER
Live Oak Terraces
COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASSES
COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASSES
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