Social media campaigns are not successful by accident; there is plenty of hard work behind it. They are also the result of trial and error, reading analytics, testing, and keeping a watchful eye, strategizing again and again. From the most vital campaign essentials to setting the correct standards and goals and identifying key performance indicators will allow you to take full advantage of all parts of social media to your benefit. This course will teach you how to use social media analytics per major social media platform to help boost your campaign and sales. You will be able to get hands-on experience on how professionals manage social media campaigns to increase their brand performance and expand their client base.
Days: TuesdaysDate: November 24th – December 8th, 2020Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.Instructor: Fariha TasneemPrice: $75Location: Online
Learning a second language offers benefits that go far beyond just broader communication and crossing language and cultural barriers. Although we are all familiar with some of the more common reasons why bilingualism is advantageous, some other surprising advantages are rarely explored. Learning a second language increases cognitive ability according to recent research. It also enhances soft skills, which are a combination of people, social, and communication skills. Moreover, a second language usually increases mastery of the native language as well as a renewed appreciation for it. Certain World Languages predominate today’s necessary technologies such as the internet as well as industries and agencies. Source: World Economic Forum
A second language offers marketability and professional development. The Continuing Education Department at Hudson County Community College welcomes you to join our language institute where you have the opportunity to learn the basics of a new language and expand your view on cultures.
These individual workshops were created to provided students with the ability to learn how to better market themselves during this pandemic. These classes include topics like learning how to make resumes and cover letters appealing for the job industry they are applying to, what applicant tracking systems look for in resumes, along with many other topics spread out over the course of 5 weeks.
The NLN Pre-Admission Exam evaluates the academic ability of nursing majors to identify the most qualified candidates among those seeking admittance into nursing schools nationwide. This course assists students in preparing for the exam by mastering the subject matter covered in the math and science portions. Students will also learn test-taking strategies that will help them achieve a high composite score.
Saturdays, October 17th – November 21st, 2020 Time: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Price: $229
Have you ever felt like you don’t know where you belong? Or you’re not sure which path is the right path for you? Or perhaps you just can’t make the time? This workshop will help you find the right blocks to build your foundational skills, which will help you thrive in your professional and personal life. We will practice being calm in the face of adversity, learning all about our strengths, turning our weaknesses into something that can benefit us in the long run as we go through The do’s and don’ts of life, and how to let your inner light shine through. We will explore your values, as self-development takes place. This workshop will empower you and help you feel the way you’ve always wanted to feel. Days: FridaysDates: July 24th – August 7th, 2020Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.Instructor: Fariha TasneemPrice: $45Location: Online Click to RegisterDiscover more personal enrichment and professional development programs atHudson County Community College by visitingwww.hccc.edu/continuingeducation
Area middle and high school young women, and their teachers and counselors, are encouraged to attend the June 4 virtual event; first 200 attendees will receive special gifts.
– The Hudson County Community College (HCCC) Division of Continuing Education and Workforce Development invites young women, teachers and counselors from Hudson County middle and high schools to participate in the College’s Seventh Annual “Girls in Technology” symposium on Thursday, June 4, from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. The first 200 attendees will receive a free backpack and LED light tumbler.
The interactive, virtual event will feature discussions about the exciting and rewarding Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) educational and career opportunities for women working in these fields, as well as live demonstrations. Sponsors for this year’s event include Eastern Millwork, Inc., SILVERMAN, University of Phoenix, Liberty Savings Federal Credit Union, Harborside Sport & Spine, and MAST Construction Services, Inc.
The program will open with welcoming remarks by HCCC Dean of Continuing Education and Workforce Development Lori Margolin. The event will then proceed to the interactive panel discussion, “A Day in the Life of Women in STEM,” moderated by HCCC Executive Director of Online Learning Archana Bhandari, and featuring HCCC Chief Information Officer Patricia Clay; WPMaster.me Web Developer Kate Gilbert; General Dynamics Mission Systems Advanced Optics Engineer Dr. Bianca Jackson; Princeton University Software Application Services Office of Information Technology Associate Director Sushma Mendu; and Ernst & Young, LLP Global Director of Information Security Maureen Slipek. The symposium will conclude with STEM demonstrations conducted by HCCC Professor Dr. Clive Li.
All registrants will receive a STEM educational resource guide containing scholarship information, activity websites, and video demonstrations from volunteering New Jersey City University Educational Technology doctoral candidates. Registration for this secure, password-protected Webex event is a must, and may be made by emailing HCCC Associate Director of Continuing Education and Workforce Development Chastity Farrell at email@example.com.# # #
College builds upon students’ benefits by establishing the ‘Return to Campus’ Task Force, and planning for students and teachers to thrive in a safe and healthy educational environment.
Hudson County Community College (HCCC) President Dr. Chris Reber understands everyone’s concerns for today and the future. “The COVID-19 pandemic has left us all with uncertainty about aspects of our everyday life, and what we will encounter in the days, months and years ahead,” he said.
However, he states that the one thing COVID-19 has underscored is the value of education, especially a college education. “With the re-engineering of the American economy there will be new challenges and opportunities, and we intend to prepare students for those new realities,” Dr. Reber said.
Online programs for two in-demand career options start soon.
Hudson County Community College’s Division of Continuing Education and Workforce Development is offering approved certificate programs available to U.S. armed services veterans through their veterans’ benefits. The 3- to 5-month programs are designed to assist participants in embarking upon new, purposeful and sustainable careers in a matter of months.
Memorandum of understanding to be signed on May 16 at Hudson County Community College, with classes beginning in January 2020
York, NY – May 10, 2019 – Continuing to expand its proven
workforce development program, the nonprofit Year Up New York | New Jersey announced
that it will sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) today with Hudson County
Community College (HCCC) to launch a new Year Up site at the college, with the
first class of students starting in January 2020.
The signing will take place at 10 a.m.
on May 16, 2019, at HCCC. Dr. Chris Reber, President of HCCC, and John Galante,
Executive Director of Year Up New York | New Jersey, will sign the MOU.
NOTES AND TONES’ Opening Reception at Dineen
Hull Gallery, Tues, Feb. 5, 4-7 pm
Department of Cultural Affairs presents NOTES AND TONES, a themed
compilation of prints created by nationally recognized artists who have worked
over the years with the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop in Manhattan. The
show opens Tues, Jan 29 and runs through Fri, Mar. 1. An Opening Reception will
be held on Tues, Feb. 5, from 4-7 pm.
Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop is a community printshop dedicated to
continuing the legacy of its founder and master printer Robert Blackburn, a jazz
aficionado who held similar ideologies to the local Jazz communities of the
late 1960s. This indie spirit glistens though the jazz-inspired works that will
be on view in NOTES AND TONES. The exhibit will also include a closer look
at community partner WBGO, a celebrated national radio station based in Newark.
at the Closing
Reception, Mar. 1
exhibiting artists include Benny Andrews, Romare Bearden, Camille Billops,
Willie Birch, Robert Blackburn, Betty Blayton, Kay Brown, Vivian Browne, Mel
Edwards, Maren Hassinger, Robin Holder, Dindga McCannon, Otto Neals, Mavis Pusey,
Vernal Reuben, Betye Saar, Vincent Smith, Mildred Thompson, and Michael Kelly
exhibition coincides with HCCCs annual Georgia Brooks Celebration. Highlights
include a live Jazz performance during the opening reception on Feb. 5 which
will be recorded by WBGO and broadcast live On Air. Jersey City masking tape
artist Kayt Hester will create a live mural installation in the Dineen Hull Atrium.
The closing reception will take place on March 1and feature a performance by
singer Audrey Martells accompanied by Belden Bullock on bass.
If you go
Jan 29-Mar 1
NOTES & TONES
Dineen Hull Gallery
71 Sip Ave, JC
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