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ADULT CONTINUING EDUCATION It's never too late to learn! Enhancing your degree and taking classes can give you an advantage in the workforce. There are many schools in New Jersey that make it easy and convenient to further your education, take a look: Caldwell College 120 Bloomfield Avenue, Caldwell 973-618-3000 • www.caldwell.edu Since 1969, Caldwell College has successfully served the Adult Undergraduate degree community. Its Adult Undergraduate programs offer flexible schedules, personalized advising, financial aid and Distance Learning options—all to meet your lifestyle. The greatest benefit of the adult undergraduate degree program is the flexible course instruction available. One option is a "distance learning program," where you meet with a faculty member once during the semester and otherwise work independently and study online. Admissions to the Adult Undergraduate Program is based on your academic and professional (job) experience, not on standardized admission tests. There is no admission testing for adults. Caldwell College will be hosting information sessions on: Thursday, July 14 at 6:30pm and Saturday, August 13 at 10:00am. Fairleigh Dickinson University 285 Madison Avenue, Madison 800-338-3887 • 201-692-6500 • www.fdu.edu In 1998 the Fairleigh Dickinson University formed Petrocelli College (originally New College), which provides a unified approach toward—and an enhanced focus on—the special educational needs of the adult learner. Offered at both FDU campuses and at more than 50 alternate sites throughout the state. Kean University The Office of Continuing & Professional Education Nathan Weiss Graduate College 1000 Morris Avenue, Union 908-737-5965 • www.kean.edu Offering numerous innovative courses, seminars and Certificate Programs that are designed to meet your professional development and personal enrichment needs. its students the real-world reporting knowledge and technical skills needed to excel in this prestigious career. Classes are available day or night, full-time or part-time. Progress at your own pace and "earn as you learn" by using your new career training to do entry-level work in the field while attending school. Students graduate with confidence and highly marketable skills that allow rapid placement in the field. StenoTech also offers a Scopist Training Program. The scopist works on the reporter's rough draft of the proceedings, and proofreads and edits the stenotype-to-English translation of the reporter's notes into a professionally formatted transcript for the reporter's final review and signature. Union County College Seton Hall University Continuing Education and Professional Studies 400 South Orange Avenue, South Orange 973-761-9000 • www.shu.edu Through the online programs, you can take advantage of Seton Hall's leadership in online education to get ahead in your career, wherever there is an internet connection or wireless hot spot. Cranford/Elizabeth/Plainfield/Scotch Plains www.ucc.edu • 908-709-7600 Certificate Programs (non-credit) are part of the ongoing continuing education offerings. Currently, the Continuing Education Division offers over 40 non-credit certificate programs. William Paterson University County College of Morris Division of Corporate and Community Programs 214 Center Grove Road, Randolph 973-328-5187 • email@example.com • www.ccm.edu Jump-start your career, enrich your life or let the County College of Morris assist you with your workforce development needs. StenoTech Career Institute 20 Just Road, Fairfield 1-866-323-3552 • www.stenotech.edu StenoTech is a technical institute that specializes in court reporter training. Established in 1989 and nationally accredited, StenoTech continues to offer Center for Continuing and Professional Education 1600 Valley Road, Wayne 973-720-2463 • www.wpunj.edu Experience personalized classes, taught by expert instructors and business professionals who are eager to help you fit education into your work, family and community life. s Career of a Lifetime! • Realtime Court Reporting - Freelance or Judicial • Broadcast Captioning • Medical Reporting • Court Reporter Scoping • Webcasting Prepare yourself for the transfer INTRO COPY: New Court Reporting Classes Starting Sept. 12, 2011 Tuesday, July 19, 6:30pm Call in advance to conﬁrm your attendance! It's never too late to learn! Enhancing your degree and taking classes can give you an advantage in the workforce. There are many schools in New Jersey that make it easy and convenient to further your education, take a look: see caldwell.edu Transfer your credits to Caldwell College Complete your application, bring Dr. Jane A. Armstrong, Dean of Corporate a transcript, and receive an WHY and Education, Community Programs, CH Academic OOSE CALDW instant enrollment decision! Initiatives ELL • • • • • • a Financial aid counseling County College lowest priffordIable—one o ? From of Morris. coll vate dont think J's f its • We a ege tuit N re fl ion Scholarship evaluation necessary. person exible—atten d in or onlin e • We a Preliminary credit evaluation re conv eniently • We a located Personalized advisement re focu sed—o n you! Register for classes Student-led campus tour re • We a Also I took out: NEXT OPEN HOUSE COLLE GE CAREER INSTITUTE Locations in Fairﬁeld & Piscataway Learn more about our 29 undergraduate, 24 graduate, distance learning and online programs. TRANSFER DECISION DAYS: 1-888-783-6685 • www.stenotech.edu firstname.lastname@example.org June 7, 8, 9, 2011 August 16, 17, 18, 2011 RSVP at caldwell.edu or call 973-618-3500 Layout Comp June 2011 Caldwell, NJ SUBURBAN ESSEX / VICINITY VicinityMagazine.com 1 27
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