BALBOA THIS WEEK
All staff and students are invited to wear clothing (shirts, sweatshirts, etc.) from any institution of post-secondary learning (trade, art, culinary schools, 2-year, and 4-year colleges and universities) throughout the week.
Steps to enroll:
1. Pick-up CCSF application in the counseling office or complete on-line www.ccsf.edu
2. Get a parent/principal consent form from your counselor
3. Take a placement test
4. Register for class
Body Repair and RefinishingAUTO 125 - 3 unitsCRN 38642, Section 601Saturday, 8-2:30pm, Evans Campus - Room 110Instructor: Stephen Brady
Repair and refinishing of automotive bodies and fenders including recommendedpractices for repair of body parts, frame straightening and alignment,basic soldering, plastic filler materials and techniques, gas and arc welding, migwelding, preparation of surfaces, painting, finishing and detailing, estimating oflabor, materials, parts and supplies for auto body repair. CSU
Introduction to Construction ApplicationsCNST 100 - 3 unitsCRN and section information will be provided at orientationTuesday & Thursday, 3-6pm, Evans CampusInstructor: Teri Chapman
Overview of trades, design and management occupations connected to buildingprojects. Introduction to use of project documents, plans, and specifications.Introduces relevant green technologies in the construction field. Practice inusing measuring, hand, and power tools.*You may enroll in the free noncredit section of this class, meeting with thesame instructor at the same time: TIXX 1000
Carpentry Framing - RoughTIXX 9708 - NoncreditCRN 43626, Section 802Saturday, 8-2:30pm, Evans Campus - Room 256Instructor: Bo Hong/Rod Jones
Skills and modern techniques to do framing construction to industry standards.Emphasis on blueprint reading; appropriate tools, machines, and equipment;and framing techniques for floors, walls, ceilings, and roofs. Light frame constructionfor pre-apprentices and/or do-it-yourself persons.
Furnituremaking & WoodworkingTIXX 9699 - NoncreditCRN 41299, Section 801 Mon & Wed, 6-9pm orCRN 41298, Section 802 Tues & Thurs, 6-9pmEvans Campus - Room 257Instructor: John McNees
Principles of wood fabrication, emphasizing furniture construction, hand tool andmachine basics, shop safety, design, wood joinery and finishing for the beginningwoodworker.
We are offering a Saturday program of Algebra and English for students taking the CAHSEE exam. You will get 2.5 high school credits upon completion of each course listed below. Open to all SFUSD students.
Classes take place at the following locations:
CCSF - Mission Campus 1125 Valencia Street Saturday 9-12pm Jan 22, 2011 - May 21, 2011
TRST 3421: High School Algebra 1A: Room 214
TRST 3332: Grammar and Writing: Room 215
Burton High School 400 Mansell Street Saturday 9-12pm Jan 22, 2011 - May 21, 2011
TRST 3421: High School Algebra 1A
TRST 3332: Grammar and Writing
For more information, contact: Warren Mar, CCSF Faculty Advisor (415) 550-4474 email@example.com
OUT OF SITE YOUTH ARTS CENTER PHONE: 415-574-8137 / FAX: 415-333-9443 / EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Fall Session 2010: September 8 (Wed) -December 10 Mondays & Wednesdays 4-6pm Tuesdays & Thursdays 4-6pm
OUT OF SITE YOUTH ARTS CENTER
PHONE: 415-574-8137 / FAX: 415-333-9443 / EMAIL: email@example.com
Fall Session 2010: September 8 (Wed) -December 10
Mondays & Wednesdays 4-6pm Tuesdays & Thursdays 4-6pmPlease complete the form below. Classes fill up quickly so apply soon! Download Application here: www.outofsite-sf.org/Fall2010AppFinal.pdf
CAHSEE PrepSaturdays, 9-11:30August 21 - December 18 · Join your friends · Earn high school credit for Algebra and English · Pass the CAHSEE on the first try Saturday, August 28 we will meet at Mission High and walk over to the City College Mission Campus, 1125 Valencia Street Algebra 1A: Room 253; Instructor: Malaika FinkelsteinGrammar and Writing: Room 254; Instructor: Callen Taylor
826 Valencia and Mission HS invite ALL High School seniors in SF to a weekend of FREE essay help!
Whether you're applying to college or writing a scholarship essay, whether you're still brainstorming or in your final stages of writing, come get advice from 826 Valencia's friendly and experienced tutors.
WHEN: Saturday, October 29th, 1pm-6pm & Sunday, October, 30th 1pm-6pm
WHERE: Mission High School, 3750 18th Street (Between Dolores & Church Street, At Dolores Park)
WHAT TO BRING: Your essay(s). Bring it on a USB drive, email it to yourself, or bring a paper copy. BETTER YET, BRING ALL 3!
WHAT WE'LL HAVE: Tutors, computers, pens, paper, refreshments
How to Register:
1. Visit: www.826valencia.org
2. Click "Calendar"
3. Use arrows next to the month to go to "October"
4. Scroll down until you find "The Great San Francisco Personal Statement Weekend"
5. Sign up at the time you plan to start attending
6. If you plan to attend both days, sign up for each day!
Questions? Call us at (415) 642-5905 EXT. 207
EMAIL us at firstname.lastname@example.org
On behalf of CCSF CTE department....
Of the classes that have already met the classes below have seats available. If you are interested in one of these classes please be sure to attend the next class meeting to try to add it. We are working with instructors of other classes to see if they will make space for more students. Stay tuned to the listserv for that info.
If you are interested in a class that has not yet met for the first time please attend the first class to add it!
*Intro to Public Health
CRN 39428, Section G01
John Adams Campus - Room 202
Instructor: Sharon Turner
This course is designed for students pursuing work or study in the health or social service fields. Students will be introduced to the basic concepts of public health and analyze the social
determinants of health. Students will discuss contemporary public health challenges, focusing on the elimination of health disparities. CSU/UC
(about 5-10 seats available)
*Intro to Engineering & Technology Lab
ENGN 48L - 1 unit
CRN 38494, Section 001
Thursdays, 4-7pm, Ocean Campus - Science 049
Instructor: Keith Mueller
This is a project-oriented, hands-on course to introduce students to the practices and methodologies used in Engineering and Technology. Work will be in four areas: electronics, computer aided drafting, mechanical construction and fabrication and technical mathematics. CSU
(about 5-10 seats available)
*Rough Carpentry in Residential Construction
CNST 120B - .5 units
Wednesday, 3:30-5pm (1/20-2/24/10)
Evans Campus, Room#205
The basics of wood framing in residential construction for novices and trades people seeking cross over skills. A hands-on class that will demonstrate proper handling of tools and the appropriate use of fasteners in rough carpentry and the construction of small projects.
(about 10+ seats available)
Electrical in Residential Construction
CNST 120F - .5 units
Wednesday, 3:30-5pm (3/3-4/14/10)
Evans Campus, Room # TBA
Introduction to the basic skills for electrical work in residential construction, including safety practices. Students will complete several small projects such as the rewiring of outlets, repair and replacement of light fixtures and the identification of circuits and connections found in residential construction.
(about 10+ seats available)
Destinations Historical and Archaeological
TRTV 173 - 3 units
CRN 39228 , Section 501
Thursday, 6:30-9:30pm, Ocean Campus - Cloud 101
Instructor: Scott Mandeville
An analysis of the historical and archaeological travel destinations of the world. Travelers want to find a connection to their heritage. Learn all the "must see" places for the well traveled. More people travel to historical and archaeological sites than any other segment of the travel industry.
(there may be about 5 seats available)
Counselor, Career and Technical Education Dual Enrollment Program