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106 Introduction to Vehicle Maintenance
TT 106
This course is designed to familiarize incoming students with the operations of the Transportation Labs and the overall program. Students will be introduced to shop safety procedures, various types of hand tools and their uses, measuring tools and shop equipment such as lifts and scan tools. In addition, the various fasteners that will be encountered in the program will be explained and their uses discussed. Through a combination of both classroom and lab work, students will also be exposed to various basic vehicle maintenance checks and procedures. More
Dates Dates: Begins 1/8/18 Ends 3/16/18 Tues. and Thur. 3:25 PM - 5:05 PM
Credits Credits: 0.5 High School Credit and 3 Quarter College Credits
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112 Digital Graphics I
GMW 112
Students who take this course will develop a working knowledge of how 2D images are manipulated on the desktop, using Adobe Photoshop. Topics consist of: image creation, retouching, color correction, and compositing images together to form a final design. More
Dates Dates: Begins 1/8/18 Ends 3/16/18 Tues. and Thurs. 3:25 PM - 5:05 PM
Credits Credits: 0.5 High School Credit and 3 Quarter College Credits
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AP Comparative Politics
ACN1073
AP Comparative Government and Politics is a one-semester course in which students will examine the diversity of political life throughout the world, learn about many available institutional alternatives, survey differences in the processes of making policy and their resulting outcomes, and understand the importance of global political and economic changes. We will focus on these themes when studying the following countries in more depth: China, Great Britain, Iran, Mexico, Nigeria, and Russia. We compare these countries because it is through comparison we can begin to understand a country's political choices and how those choices affect both the people living in that country as well as the global community. Our study will include critically examining constitutions of various states as well as analyzing contemporary political readings, and current event articles to draw conclusions. This course will require students to maintain a strong interest in the content and a willingness to participate in group discussions via Google Classroom. More
Dates Dates: Begins 1/10/18 | Ends: 5/30/18 | Schedule: Fully Online
Credits Credits: 0.5 High School Credit
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Applied Concepts
CJS.106.41
This course seeks to provide students with a better understanding of the relationship between criminal justice and legal studies, the place of justice studies within the university curriculum, and the role of these fields in American society. Within this context, the course has the general goal of improving students’ ability to think, write, and speak about justice studies. Specific topics for the focus of these activities include the literature of criminal justice and the law, becoming facile with the language and terminology in the field, ethics and academic integrity, and the meaning of justice in America and the world. More
Dates Dates: Begins 1/24/18 Ends 5/9/18 Schedule Wednesdays 6pm - 9pm
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit and 3 College Credits
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Art & Social Justice
CD.430.42
This course explores the role of art and culture in building healthy, sustainable communities. Students will examine how AS220 ­an un-juried, uncensored forum for the arts in downtown Providence ­evolved from an illegal loft space with an$800 budget to an organization with global impact that represents $25 million in investments. Using AS220’s history and practice as a springboard, the class will examine successes and challenges associated with ‘creative place making’ nationally and internationally. The course will focus on how mission, vision and values inform contemporary institutional practices and how those practices translate to the field of community development. It will also include lively discussions, robust debate and a field trip to other innovative arts organizations in Providence. (3 credits) More
Dates Dates: Begins 1/30/18 Ends 5/9/18 Schedule Tuesdays 6pm - 9pm
Credits Credits: 3 College Credits and 1 High School Credit
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Audio Design
DMP 103
This introductory course provides students with a foundation for working with digital audio. The primary focus of this course will be on the proper use and selection of recording equipment and microphones, as well as the manipulation of sounds. Students will use Adobe Audition and Avid ProTools DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) software. Students will gain a greater understanding of the use and importance of sound in Digital Media Production. The class will explore preparing a soundtrack, mixing multiple audio tracks, and “sweetening” existing tracks using Digital Signal Processing. More
Dates Dates: Begins 1/8/18 Ends 3/16/18 Tues. 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Credits Credits: 0.5 High School Credit and 3 Quarter College Credits
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Basic Statistics
MATH.124.41
Emphasizes descriptive statistics, probability, estimation, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation. More
Dates Dates: Begins 1/25/18 Ends 5/9/18 Schedule Thursdays 6pm - 9pm
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit and 3 College Credits
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Boys & Girls Club of Providence: MIT App Inventor
ACN1025
In MIT App Inventor, students will learn basic computer science concepts, coding, and computer programming. App Inventor empowers beginners and non-programmers to create mobile applications. In this course we will use the mobile programming language, App Inventor, to program Android tablets and smartphones. The only limit on the types of apps Students will learn to build is their own imagination. Prerequisites: Sophomores, Junior and Seniors only Transportation: Course Instructor will provide RIPTA tickets to attending youth to help support transportation to/from program. More
Dates Dates: Begins Jan 31 Ends April 12 Schedule: Wednesdays & Thursdays, 3pm - 4:30pm
Credits Credits: 0.5 High School Credit
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Center for Dyanmic Learning: Mechanical Engineering for Change
ACN1008
This course provides the student with an introduction to industrial fabrication from the viewpoint of mechanical technology. Successful completion of the course will provide the student with the benefits, limitations, and applications of different machine tools and environmentally friendly engineering materials for product manufacturing and fabrication. Students will study wood, plastic, and metal working. (High School students only) More
Dates Dates: Beings Jan 23 Ends April 12 Schedule: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:30 - 5:15pm
Credits Credits: 0.5 High School Credit
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Center for Dynamic Learning: Performance & Social Change
ACN1026
This class will begin with an introductory exposure to a variety of theatre topics and skills. We will delve into scene studies and acting to tell a story. We will then utilize the skills learned to choose an area of social justice and construct a response to said issue using theater as a foundational safe space to engage conversation. (High School students only) More
Dates Dates: Begins Jan 22 Ends April 4 Schedule: Mondays & Wednesdays, 3:30 - 5:15pm
Credits Credits: 0.5 High School Credit
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Community Organizing & Social Mobilization
CD.430.44
This course will provide an overview of the concepts underlying community organizing and social change theories. We will examine social movements, policy issues, and explore the skills required to make effective change at the neighborhood, municipal, state, and nation-wide levels. This course (required??) is appropriate for all students who are interested in understanding how marginalized communities can leverage strengths, create strategic partnerships, and mobilize their members to create change through social action. More
Dates Dates: Begins 1/29/18 Ends 5/9/18 Schedule Mondays 6pm - 9pm
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit and 3 College Credits
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Community Resilience and Emergency Preparedness
SHS.430.91
This course examines the planning and preparedness of urban and rural communities in the face of a natural disaster and emergency situations. This course will cover aspects of government structure, strategic planning, leadership, marketing, risk & human resource management, and financial management. More
Dates Dates: Begins 1/24/18 Ends 5/9/18 Schedule: Fully Online
Credits Credits: 1 High School Credit and 3 College Credits
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