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July/August Classes – Plus New Additions By Popular Demand!

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PCC Summer Teen

PCC Community Ed adjusted to COVID-19 by moving summer classes online for Summer and now Fall terms. The different approach to scheduling classes enables us to add more classes throughout the term and make real-time adjustments based upon popular demand! Below we’re sharing several dozen classes that haven’t even started yet, with many beginning in August. The following classes are offered in addition to hundreds of online, self-paced opportunities provided every term through the course platform ed2go.com/portlandcc.

Arts

Everyday Magic: Conte Silverware Drawings – July 18
Getting to Know Your Digital Camera – July 21

Home and Garden

Disaster Resilience in the Time of COVID-19 – July 18
Lawn Care – July 28
Bridge: Let’s Play! – July 30
Planting a Fall and Winter Vegetable Garden NEW section added! August 8
Winterizing your Yard – August 18

Language and Culture

American Sign Language Levels 2 and 3 – July 16
French for Travelers – July 20
French Immersion Workshop – August 27
Portuguese Conversation: Level 2 – July 28

Recreation and Wellness

Unlocking the Wisdom of Yoga: Philosophy and Practical Insight – August 22
Health Coaching (Open Enrollment)
Personal Training (Open Enrollment)

Work and Life Balance

Digital Illustration with Photoshop – July 18
Improved Self-talk with Less Conflict – July 21
How to Maximize Social Security Income – July 21, Aug 6
Create a Website for Fun, Profit and Business! – July 23
Dealing with Difficult People – July 25
Sell it on eBay! – July 25

SUMMER TEEN PROGRAMS

 

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