Building strong money management skills helps lead to a more secure financial future. In this webinar we’ll discuss how money works, how to responsibly manage it, and how your financial decisions can impact your goals.
Please visit www.psecu.com/survey after you have viewed the webinar. Northampton Community College PSECU Financial Education Center has virtual office hours available through phone or ZOOM. Please reach out to Donna White at 1-717-648-0974 or through email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not include personal information (such as your bank account number or Social Security number) in your email message.
For specific questions about your PSECU account, please contact 800-237-7328.
The Magic of Reading
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, ALL EVENTS WILL BE
ONLINE. PLEASE CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR THE MOST UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION.
August 5 – Extra Yarn: A little girl discovers a box filled with ordinary yarn in Extra Yarn by Mac Barnett. But is the box with yarn really ordinary? Take yarn from our ordinary box and make an “extraordinary” gift!
August 12: Beautiful Magic of Latin Cultures: Our differences can be magical! Rosalia, the Hoduran American by Christine Osoria teaches us all to be proud of our culture regardless of where we are.
August 19: Imagination: Magical things will happen to Byron when he shares his sorrows with Wise Owl in Byron the Caterpillar Who Loved to Imagine by Dianne Maroney. Create a picture of Byron using fun materials and your imagination.
Fire-fighting Magic: Who doesn’t love seeing an “official” fire truck? Spend time with even more of our hometown heroes as the City of
Bethlehem Fire Fighters join us for two stories and an exciting tour of a fire truck!
August 26: The Final Event: Join us one last time for our 2020 summer reading series presented by PPL. See the magic behind all the readers as they talk about themselves, the importance of reading, and the value of the Cops ‘n’ Kids Reading Room!
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GET TO KNOW US – VIRTUALLY
Thinking about applying? Already applied and want to know what do next? Just want to learn more about what NCC has to offer?
Join us for one of our Summer Spartan Sessions and learn the ins and outs of NCC, the benefits of being a student here and how we can support you every step of the way.
This event lasts approximately 60 minutes. Click to RSVP.
Join us for other virtual events to learn more about NCC:
Online Learning Show & Tell
With the shift to more classes being held remotely, find out what it takes to be successful learning online. NCC has been offering online courses for decades, and our experienced faculty, online learning team and enrollment management staff are here to help you navigate the changing educational landscape and alleviate some of the hesitations you may have. Explore our online resources, see first-hand what our online classes look like and discover tips & tricks to make your experience a positive one. This event lasts approximately 60 minutes.
Monday, August 3 at 1:00 p.m. RSVP
Starting your degree at NCC can save you thousands of dollars while completing the same core coursework required to finish your degree. Join us as we discuss the transfer process, the different programs our degrees transfer into (there’s over 100) and the benefits of beginning your journey at NCC. We’ll have members of our enrollment, advising and financial aid team ready to field your questions! This event lasts approximately 60 minutes.
Tuesday, July 28 at 1:00 p.m. RSVP
Tuesday, August 11 at 6:00 p.m. RSVP
Whether you are thinking of buying a CNC router for your home shop or already have one, you will need to design the items you want to make in V-Carve. Learn to draw with VCarve Pro, one of the most popular programs for CNC wood routers. This class will cover making cabinet parts, 2D wooden items, engraving and sign making.
Don’t have your own CNC router yet? You can use our Legacy Maverick to cut out your items. Sign up for FABWD209 for hands on experience with CNC machining.
Click here to learn more and to register.
Enjoy Fall nights on your porch or patio with a handcrafted ladderback chair!
Learn how to start with a log and a few simple tools, rive it down into chair parts and build a traditional post and rung chair using time tested green woodworking techniques.
By learning the principles of differential shrinkage of wood you’ll build a chair that needs no glue whatsoever and will last a lifetime (or more.)
For more fun Fab Lab classes, click here.
Check out our weekly *LIVE* videos from our Hampton Winds chefs on our Facebook page!
Chef Scott Ferry goes live every other Friday at noon! He will demonstrate how to prepare a different food items.
Chef Will Rufe will alternate Fridays with Chef Ferry, also demonstrating the preparation of various food items, at 2 p.m..
And, every Tuesday at 2 p.m.: Pastry Chef Katie Horan will show us some baking techniques we can use at home.
Follow our Hampton Winds Restaurant Facebook page to see these videos along with our Student Spotlight feature!
We are showing off the work our students are doing at home!
Customize Your Patio Furniture!
Learn to work with outdoor fabrics (canvas, Sunbrella, etc.) while sewing a zippered knife-edge pillow and a box cushion cover with cording. Update your existing outdoor furniture or create a new cushion and pillow to add to your outdoor décor. Must have basic machine sewing experience as prerequisite.
Students will purchase their own project fabric for box cushion cover.
For more Fab Lab classes, click here.
The next few workshops that are being offered as part of CBI’s Accelerated Office Skills program are coming up and available for enrollment.
Class times: 8 a.m. – noon
June 22 and 23 – Excel Intermediate
June 25 – Using Emotional Intelligence to Work Through Conflict
July 6 and 7 – Word Beginning
July 16 – Using Social Style to Better Understand Your Colleagues
July 21 – Your Work Preference / Working Well with Others
July 27 and 28 – Word Intermediate
August 3 – Creating the Mindset of a Manager/Leader
August 17 – Understanding Motivation
August 18 & 19 – Microsoft PowerPoint Beginning
August 26 – Maximizing Your Professional Effectiveness
Visit www.northampton.edu/cbivirtual for more information or to register.
Join us to discover why NCC’s Dual Enrollment Program is a cost-effective way to jump start your college career and earn transferable credits towards a future degree.
We’ll cover everything you need to know about Dual Enrollment like the benefits, costs, application process, how to register for classes and scholarship opportunities. If you’re a current high school student taking college prep, honors/AP or career/technical coursework, don’t miss out on the chance to get all of your questions answered!
12:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.