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January 2022 Workshops

Prepare for your Spring classes


Zoom Link: https://cccd-edu.zoom.us/j/97138164617

Meeting ID: 971 3816 4617


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Zoom Basics: Learn how to use Zoom for your classes

Canvas Basics: Find class information from your instructor

MyCoast Basics: Check grades, school email and view your class schedule

New Student Orientation and Registration: Learn about campus resources and sign up for classes

Cleared4- Covid 19 Platform -Cleared to be on campus. Assist with questions about vaccine documentation upload.

General Questions Open Lab: Get your general questions answered or help with school information


SOCIAL PIRATES CONVERSATION CLUB


Do you want to improve your speaking skills? Do you like talking with interesting people from all over the world? Do you enjoy connecting with your fellow Pirates? If you answered, "yes," then join the Social Pirates Conversation Club! The club meets every other Friday from 1:30 - 3:00 pm. 


To sign up, email Instructor Cheryl Bucholtz-Magallon at: cbucholtz@occ.cccd.edu and she will send you the Zoom link to access the free, online workshops. Workshops are open to ELL and ESL students who would like to improve their English skills. 




Adult Education Bridge Events Give Students Insight into College Life at Orange Coast College 


More than 200 students, instructors, and administrators from Huntington Beach Adult School and Garden Grove Adult Education visited Orange Coast College on Thursday, October 24, 2019 and Monday, October 28, 2019 for the fall Adult Education Bridge Events. Daytime and evening options were offered to accomodate differing schedules. Students learned about noncredit and Career Education programs, student services, and the Pirate Promise Program. College representatives led the students on tours of the campus to help them become more familiar with the resources and supports available to them. Students were able to choose a program-specific or general college tour, based on their interests. The Adult Education Bridge Events are part of the California Adult Education Program (AEP) to create seamless transitions for students to develop literacy and basic skills, advance their education and obtain employment. 


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