|Spring 2007 Credit-Free
out upcoming classes; register beginning Jan.
Get a sneak
peek at the Spring 2007 slate of professional development
and personal growth classes offered through the Office of
Community and Professional Education.
most courses begins Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2007. Mark your
calendars, and don't forget to register early. Classes fill up
You also can register now for the following
classes or programs: the Alternative
Dental Assisting Program, CPR,
Anesthesia (for Dental Hygienists), as well as two
programs for youth that will be offered during February break:
Kids and the Youth Theater Workshop.
|Give the Gift of
Looking for a last-minute gift for the person in
your life who has everything? Give them the gift of learning
this holiday season.
Hudson Valley Community College
learning certificates are available in any denomination, have
no expiration date and can be used for either credit or
credit-free courses. Credit courses are $112 per credit hour
for the current academic year; the cost of credit-free courses
varies from course to course.
For more information
about purchasing a learning certificate, contact the Cashier's
Office at (518) 629-4504. More
prescription for a well-paying career
With the desire to
find a marketable skill, Melissa Frament enrolled in a medical
transcription course offered through Hudson Valley's Workforce
Development Institute in 2004.
Frament at her home
Two years later, she has
a burgeoning home-based income and the flexibility to work the
hours she chooses.
Medical transcription work takes a
detail-oriented person and spelling and proof-reading skills
are important as well. Frament is especially appreciative to
Bonnie Krasher, who teaches the transcription courses offered
at Hudson Valley.
Check out the entire slate of Spring
2007 courses and training programs, including Medical
Transcription, Pharmacy Technician, Commercial Driver,
Security Guard Training and more.
Or call (518)
629-7338 for more information.
|Hudson Valley, Foundation
$1.4 million in charitable
support to Hudson Valley Community College and its charitable foundation totaled more than $1.4
million in 2005-06; that figure represents a 53 percent
increase in giving over the prior academic year.
Pyskadlo (left), her husband, Joseph, (right) and
Foundation President Sarah M. Boggess (center) are
joined by recipients of the Aimee Lynn Pyskadlo
Scholarship at the Foundation's Fall 2006 scholarship
reception. Named in memory of the Pyskadlos' daughter,
the $1,050 scholarships were given to Accounting student
Chikezie Michael Okoro (next to Mrs. Pyskadlo) and
Individual Studies student Eric Lee (next to Mr.
and in-kind donations came from corporations, faculty, staff,
alumni and charitable foundations, and benefited a variety of
the college's academic programs, including high-cost programs
in the allied health and technologies.
funded more than $289,000 in Hudson Valley Community College
Foundation scholarships. The awards, ranging from $200 to
full-tuition, were given to more than 130 students studying
everything from Computer Information Systems to Physical
|Shop online, support the
Shopping online for holiday gifts? At www.igive.com,
you can make purchases at more than 600 popular online stores
(including Office Depot, L.L. Bean, Best Buy, Barnes &
Noble, Expedia.com and more) and a portion of your transaction
will be donated to the college. Learn
|In the news
of America Charitable Foundation Donates $5,000 to Benefit
College in the High School Program
Programs Receive National Certification
Senate President Elected Vice President of SUNY Student
Updated Digital Language Lab Unveiled
District Educational Opportunity Center Holds Registration for
Day and Evening Classes
Community College's mission is to provide dynamic, student-centered,
comprehensive, and accessible educational opportunities that address the
diverse needs of the community.
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