Adult Division: 330-729-4100

High School: 330-729-4000

STEM+ME2: 330-729-4000 Ext.1207

7300 North Palmyra Rd.
Canfield, OH 44406

Special Interest Classes

Guys! Gals! We are offering all types of cool classes this year! Line dancing? Yes! Photography? Pencil Drawing? Yes! And Yes! Call the Adult Career Center office and we can get you signed up over the phone (330)729-4100.

Course Availability
Code Name Info Dates Time Hours Days Fee

Y17-SPC 105

Sailing

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Sailing

Beginner sailing lessons taught by a certified sailing instructor and member of the Berlin Yacht Club. Book is included in class fee. Boats will be provided by Berlin Yacht Club.

May 2 2017 to May 23 2017

6 00 PM to 8 00 PM

8

Tue

$74

Y17-SPC-256

Intermediate Spanish

Apr 25 2017 to May 30 2017

6 00 PM to 8 00 PM

12

Tue

$95

Y17-SPC-552

Round Dancing

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Round Dancing

When you learn to round dance, you are actually learning choreographed ballroom dancing! The dances are cued with the dancers arranged and moving in circular or ring formation. You will learn the basics of ballroom dancing and exercise your mind and body while enjoying different rhythms of music!

Mar 27 2017 to May 8 2017

7 00 PM to 8 30 PM

9

Mon

$55

Y17-SPC-553

Clogging

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Clogging

This class will teach you a unique type of folk dance made with the down beat of the music, striking the toe, the heel or both to create a taping sound. There are only eight (8) basic steps which you will learn to put together in different combinations and choreographed to fit the music. Clogging can be danced to any type of music, hip hop, country, rap, etc. Shoes with different types of taps are worn to add to the dance, however, are not required. It is a fun way to get some great cardio exercise and not realize you are even working out, as low impact or high, depending on your choice.

Apr 4 2017 to May 16 2017

8 00 PM to 9 30 PM

9

Tue

$55

Y17-SPC-654

Watercolor Beginners

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Watercolor Beginners

This class will acquaint the student to watercolor painting. The student will be taught various techniques in watercolor, such as mixing colors, applying glazes, using the dry brush technique, wet on wet application, and lifting of paint from an area to achieve a desired effect.

    Method of Instruction:

    The method used will be actual painting from other paintings, drawings and photographs.

    Course Goals/Objectives:

    The objectives and goals of the class are to teach the students the basics of painting with watercolor. This will allow the student to continue in watercolor in a more advanced basis.

    Course Topics:

    1 - Mixing Colors
    a - Applying Glazes and Graded Wash
    b - Dry-Brush Technique
    c - Wet on Wet Application
    d - Lifting of Paint to Achieve Certain Effects

    2 - Simple Landscapes
    a - Tree's, Rocks, Grass, Ground Cover
    b - Clouds (Tissue Tricks)
    c - Water

    3 - Flowers

    4 - Buildings, Shapes, Shadows & Textures

    Supply List

    • Watercolor paper 9x12 Cold Press Paper by Strathmore
    • Watercolor paint tubes- red, yellow. ultramarine blue, green, burnt umber, raw sienna, yellow ochre
    • Watercolor paint set- recommended Thomas Kincade Watercolor Paint Set #9767
    • Brushes- 1 inch or 1/12 in flat brush, round brush size #8 and #4
    • Liner or detail brush size #1
    • Brushes also can be purchased in a set - recommended brush set #9760
    • Plastic pallette
    • plastic container for water
    • pencil- No 2 HB drawing pencil
    • eraser
    • ruler

Apr 3 2017 to Jun 19 2017

10 00 AM to 12 30 PM

25

Mon

$89

Y17-SPC-655

Watercolor Beginners

Info

Watercolor Beginners

This class will acquaint the student to watercolor painting. The student will be taught various techniques in watercolor, such as mixing colors, applying glazes, using the dry brush technique, wet on wet application, and lifting of paint from an area to achieve a desired effect.

    Method of Instruction:

    The method used will be actual painting from other paintings, drawings and photographs.

    Course Goals/Objectives:

    The objectives and goals of the class are to teach the students the basics of painting with watercolor. This will allow the student to continue in watercolor in a more advanced basis.

    Course Topics:

    1 - Mixing Colors
    a - Applying Glazes and Graded Wash
    b - Dry-Brush Technique
    c - Wet on Wet Application
    d - Lifting of Paint to Achieve Certain Effects

    2 - Simple Landscapes
    a - Tree's, Rocks, Grass, Ground Cover
    b - Clouds (Tissue Tricks)
    c - Water

    3 - Flowers

    4 - Buildings, Shapes, Shadows & Textures

    Supply List

    • Watercolor paper 9x12 Cold Press Paper by Strathmore
    • Watercolor paint tubes- red, yellow. ultramarine blue, green, burnt umber, raw sienna, yellow ochre
    • Watercolor paint set- recommended Thomas Kincade Watercolor Paint Set #9767
    • Brushes- 1 inch or 1/12 in flat brush, round brush size #8 and #4
    • Liner or detail brush size #1
    • Brushes also can be purchased in a set - recommended brush set #9760
    • Plastic pallette
    • plastic container for water
    • pencil- No 2 HB drawing pencil
    • eraser
    • ruler

Apr 3 2017 to Jun 19 2017

6 30 PM to 9 00 PM

25

Mon

$89

Y17-SPC-147

Pencil Drawing for Beginners

Apr 4 2017 to Jun 13 2017

10 00 AM to 12 30 PM

25

Tue

$89

Y17-SPC-148

Pencil Drawing for Beginners

Apr 4 2017 to Jun 13 2017

6 30 PM to 9 00 PM

25

Tue

$89

Y17-TAI-126

Photography II

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Photography II

Photography 2 dives deeper into camera settings and learning how to shoot in the manual exposure mode. You will learn how to build upon what you have learned in Photography 1. Topics such as light, controlling light in various environments, flash photography, portrait photography and sports photography will all be covered! Students will participate in two hands-on shooting sessions followed by in-class critiques of the images. A camera with advanced settings such as a dSLR is highly recommended. Please bring your camera and user manual with you to class!

Mar 27 2017 to May 22 2017

6 00 PM to 8 30 PM

20

Mon

$110

Y17-TAI-112

Photography I

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Photography I

Photography 1 is designed to introduce you to your camera. You will be guided through the entire set up process in order to learn all various settings and what works best for multiple situations. Composition and the basics of image exposure will be studied. You will participate in two hands-on shooting sessions followed by in-class critiques of the images. Please bring your own camera and also the instruction manual that came with it! A camera with advanced settings such as a dSLR is highly recommended.

Mar 21 2017 to May 16 2017

6 00 PM to 8 30 PM

20

Tue

$110

Y17-SPC-551

Line Dancing

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Line Dancing

Join in the fun as you learn choreographed dances that repeat a sequence or series of steps, with the dancers forming one or more lines. Line dancing can be danced to all types of music. In this class you will learn some of the latest dances that will have you ready for your next wedding reception, party or night on the town!

Apr 4 2017 to May 16 2017

6 30 PM to 8 00 PM

9

Tue

$55

Y17-SPC-450

Be Your Own Boss

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Be Your Own Boss

Are you an entrepreneur who wants to start your own business, or grow or change your current business?

“Be Your Own Boss” is designed to provide you with the tools you need to create your own business plan and implement that plan. Put pen to paper and craft the future you have dreamed about, as you learn how to avoid the common pitfalls a new business faces!

Throughout this course you will learn how to:

  • • Determine who your competition is.
  • • Market to your target demographics.
  • • Structure your finances- including profit, payroll and startup costs.
  • • Find money to start your business.
  • •Examine legal issues.
  • • Sustain your business once you are established.

Whether your business is for profit or not for profit, “Be Your Own Boss” can help you learn how to fine tune your business goals.

“Be Your Own Boss” is taught by Roy Passarelli. Mr. Passarelli majored in Economics at Wayne State University. He owned his own business for over 40 years. He recently sold that business, Vital Record Storage and Management, in order to devote more time to teaching entrepreneurship and photography.

No class week of 4/17

Apr 4 2017 to May 18 2017

6 00 PM to 8 00 PM

Tue Thu

$189

MCCTC

7300 North Palmyra Rd., Canfield, OH 44406 • High School - 330-729-4000 • Adult Division - 330-729-4100

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  • Attorney David Engler, President
  • Attorney Kathi McNabb-Welsh, Vice President
  • Mr. Richard S. Scarsella, Board Member
  • Richard Gozur, Board Member
  • Mr. Ronald Carcelli, Board Member
  • Mrs. Marie Dockry, Board Member
  • Michael Stanko, Board Member

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