8 Career Building Career Building Accounting and Bookkeeping Basics Learn basic accounting theory and application from the first transaction through the post-closing trial balance.  Some of the topics included are cash vs accrual accounting, internal controls for small businesses, accounting transactions and changes, debits and credits, posting to a general ledger, and financial statements.  You will begin each class by examining a new accounting theory or rule and then complete activities to apply what you have learned. The instructor is sensitive to the homework capabilities of working adults.  Textbook information is provided on our website and in your confirmation email. 9 Wednesdays • 6 - 8:30pm • Feb. 27 - May 11 • $279 (No class April 17) CB07-S19 Instructor: Gary Thurston Agile Methodology for Software Development Find out what the Agile buzz is all about!  If you work in technology and software development, the SDLC approach you must understand for progressive software delivery as well as career development is AGILE (SCRUM, SAFe, Kanban, etc). So many companies are transforming their approach from the traditional Waterfall project management methodology to Agile, take this class to discover how this framework can bring high value to the customer and stakeholders through the delivery of quick collaborative iterations of working software.  This is an exciting interactive introductory level where you will dive into what Agile is, the value it brings to the organization and development teams, the different ways it can be leveraged, what to expect if you are on an Agile team, and recommendations for some next step options if you want to take it to the next level. Tuesday • 6 - 9pm • April 2 • $55 CB20-S19 Instructor: Kathy Dahmen Publish Your Book Guaranteed Do you want to publish your book? Get the tips, tricks, and techniques from a longtime publisher and marketing expert.  Get the inside perspective on how to self-publish your manuscript and get it onto book store shelves, ebook form, and in audiobook. Learn now to arrange your own promotional signing and interview tours. Wednesday • 6 - 9pm • March 8 • $59 CB19-S19 Instructor: David Ewen Grant Seeking You have a project that needs funding. How do you find grants to fund it? Grant seeking tools are valuable to anyone working in non-profits, government agencies, research, arts and environmental groups, and also businesses seeking government contracts and volunteers serving in community organizations. You will gain practical tools for grant prospecting, an overview of grant funding in today’s competitive environment, what funders look for, how to research funding sources, how to approach and woo funders, resources for finding potential funders, and an introduction to grant writing basics. Wednesday • 6:30 - 9:30pm • March 13 • $59 CB05-S19 Instructor: Ellen Gugel Grant Writing Developing a compelling, fundable grant proposal goes beyond good writing. You will learn how to organize a grant proposal, logic models to frame your proposal, outcomes measurement tools, budgeting, cover letters, and more. You will see how to organize and develop a proposal including the strategy of grant writing through examples and exercises, program design through logic models and other tools, program evaluation and “outcomes thinking”, and how the budget fits. Bring anything you are working on currently, and have an opportunity to get feedback from the group. Wednesday • 6:30 - 9:30pm • March 20 • $59 CB06-S19 Instructor: Ellen Gugel The One Thing What would change for you if your days, weeks, and months were organized around the focusing question, “What’s the one thing I can do such that by doing it everything else becomes easy or unnecessary?” Do you think you would find more time for the things that are truly important? This process goes quickly from strategy to tactics. You will leave with a detailed written plan for achieving your goals both personally and professionally. 3 Thursdays • 6 - 8:30pm • March 14 - March 28 • $89 CB21-S19 Instructor: Wiley Cordone