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Career Development

Spring 2021 Community Education Career Development Courses

View a PDF of the Spring 2021 Course Book.

 

Introduction to Craft Brewing and Distilling

Tuesdays and Thursdays, April 6 – July 27
6:30-9 p.m.
CFP 215-01
Fee: $1,750
Fee is inclusive of tuition, books and lab fees.
Financial assistance available for qualified candidates. 

For more information, please contact Maria Kotary at 518-595-1101, ext. 4 or kotarymc@sunysccc.edu.

This course provides a basic understanding of brewing and distillation skills, working in a manufacturing environment, safety, and microbiology. Topics covered include: brewing science, beer maturation and storage, beer processing and packaging, quality and process control, plant safety and sanitation, malting, mashing, brewing, fermentation, finishing, and distillation basics. This course will consist of lecture and lab training in the classroom and at regional breweries. In addition to directed studies, students will enhance their brewing knowledge through assigned reading and writing exercises and visits to local breweries. The goal of this course is to provide a pool of trained, entry level brewers in the growing craft beer industry. This course is developed and overseen by regional breweries and distillers. Students must be 18 years of age or older.

 
Google IT Support Professional Certificate Program

Dates/times - TBD  
Fee: $1,000
Fee is inclusive of tuition, books and lab fees.
Financial assistance available for qualified candidates.

For more information, please contact Maria Kotary at 518-595-1101, ext. 4 or kotarymc@sunysccc.edu.

This certificate program, developed by Google, consists of 5 online modules and includes innovative curriculum designed to prepare you for an entry-level role in IT support. The program uses a mix of video lectures, quizzes, and hands-on labs and widgets to introduce learners to troubleshooting, customer service, networking, operating systems, system administration and security. Students hear from Googlers with unique backgrounds whose own foundation in IT support served as a jumping off point for their careers. Upon completion of the certificate students can share their information with top employers like Zones infrastructure, Cognizant, GE Digital, Hulu, Infosys, Intel, KForce, MCPc, PNC Bank, RICOH USA, Sprint, TEKSystems, Veterans United Home Loans, Walmart and their subsidiaries, and of course, Google.

 

Computer Programming and Software Development Courses

Fee: $1,750
Financial assistance available for qualified candidates.

For more information about current offerings and course times please contact Maria Kotary at 518-595-1101, ext. 4 or kotarymc@sunysccc.edu.

SUNY Schenectady is proud to partner with AlbanyCanCode to offer courses in software development. 
Courses include Front End Web Development, JavaScript Fundamentals, and JavaScript Frameworks, SQL/ETL. These courses take learners who are new to the field of programming and teach foundational and intermediate skills in each area. Students learn from instructors who work in the field and participate in group projects to demonstrate learning. Courses meet twice each week in the evening.