Faculty: Propose a Class for Community Education

The Community Education Department encourages faculty to propose new, not for credit class ideas for 2013. Join a number of full- and part-time faculty in offering a Community Education class for adults or children.

While all of the classes proposed cannot be offered, faculty are encouraged to would like  propose classes that they think may fit the needs of the community. Community Education looks for classes that do not conflict with Saddleback College’s current academic offerings, but those that spark the interest of our community as we endeavor to bring the community to Saddleback College.

Please contact Community Education Director Estella Castillo-Garrison at extension 4326 to learn more about how you can propose a class or other ways you can cross-promote your academic offerings with Community Education. Saddleback College’s Community Education Department is a self-supporting entity that receives no funds from Saddleback College or the state of California and offers short-term classes that are not for college credit and separate from the college’s academic offerings.

Visit the Community Education website,www.saddleback.edu/ce,  to sign up for their e-newsletter and/or become a Facebook fan. Saddleback College Community Education department is pleased to extend a 10% discount to all Saddleback College, Irvine Valley College, and South Orange County Community College District employees. Some restrictions do apply. Visit the Community Education office to register for a class today! Thank you for your service and support to our community and we look forward to your participation.

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