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TASC

CFA 1101

This course is a comprehensive review for students wanting to receive their High School Equivalency Diploma. Students will prepare to take the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC). This test replaced the GED test for New York State in 2014. The focus of the classes will be on reading/writing, science, social studies, and mathematics. TASC testing is determined by pre-test scores and instructor recommendation. Students may require more than one session of preparation prior to testing. This class will include homework. Students should bring notebook and pen/pencil. The recommended book for this course is Kaplans New TASC with two Practice Tests. TASC is a claimed trademark GED is a trademarked term.

TASC II

CFA 1102

This course is for students who have progressed though TASC I but need additional review in order to sit for the TASC exam. This course will include review of reading/writing, science, social studies, and mathematics. This class will include homework. Students should bring notebook and pen/pencil. The required book for this course is Kaplans New TASC with two Practice Tests. (2016). Instructor: J. Dayton-Wolf

SUNY Advantage Read & Write

CFA 1114

This course is the Reading and Writing section only for the SUNY Advantage class.

SUNY Advantage Math Boost

CFA 1115

This course is the Math Boost section only of SUNY Advantage.

SUNY Ulster Advantage

CFA 1887

SUNY Ulster Advantage is an intensive college preparation program designed for students placing into two or more remedial courses. The program facilitates progress toward graduation by permitting the student to retest and advance their course placement. Students become actively engaged with each other, faculty, and staff while improving the academic skills necessary for success—including reading, writing, math and study skills—and becoming familiar with the campus and campus resources.

Figure DrawingPainting Academy

CFK 1025

Ages 11-18 Working daily with a model, beginners and those wanting to develop or strengthen their figure drawing and painting skills/techniques and fine/commercial art will learn life drawing and painting through an investigation of foundation/skill building principles, form construction and anatomy to build a portfolio. The objective is to capture an accurate, three dimensional representation of the human form through observation. Daily lectures and demonstrations will introduce concepts and subject matter. An official SUNY Ulster sketchbook will be provided to each camper. Educational Leader: Christopher Seubert, SUNY Ulster instructor and local artist will be assisted by SUNY Ulster Fine Art students. All materials will be provided. Materials fee: $15, payable in camp

Senators Soccer Camp

CFK 1030

Ages 7 - 16. All skill and experience levels, boys and girls, are invited to join the SUNY Ulster Men's Soccer coaches and players for a week of soccer instruction and fun! Instruction will focus on the development of individual ball skills, how and when to use these new skills in game situations and the importance of team play. Dress and Gear - Please bring a soccer ball with your name on it; we will have extras if you do not have one. You will also need shin guards, and cleats as well as sneakers for when you are inside. Lunch - Please bring a lunch that requires no refrigeration and a reusable/refillable water bottle. Jamal Lis-Simmons is currently the head coach for the Men's Soccer program at SUNY Ulster, entering his 3rd season. Prior to Ulster, Jamal served as an assistant coach for the men's soccer program at SUNY New Paltz from 2012-2016. He also led the Highland Varsity Boys program from 2004-2006. Jamal is also currently the team captain for Stockade FC of the NPSL. He helped lead Stockade FC to their first ever Conference Title in 2017 and earned 1st Team all NPSL honors. Prior to Stockade Jamal played college soccer at SUNY New Paltz from 2010-2012 and SUNY Albany from 2000-2002. He was also a 3time participate in the Empire State Games from 2006-2008. He will also be the head coach for Stockade FC. Dan Hoffay is currently an assistant coach for the Men's Soccer program at SUNY Ulster, entering his second season. He has been working as Director of Personnel for Stockade FC since 2016 and has recently been promoted to Technical Director, overseeing day-to-day soccer operations, and is the Director of the Stockade FC Youth Program. Dan has previously led the varsity soccer program at Franklin D. Roosevelt High School in Hyde Park, has worked as an assistant for the varsity team at Highland High School and sat on the board of directors for Highland United FC. Coach Dan has countless hours of experience organizing programs across the Hudson Valley; including tournaments for the Michael Oremus Foundation and Highland United FC. Dan has over 10 years of soccer camp experience at Bright Horizons at Casperkill (Now Gold's Gym Summer Camp) and Bard Soccer Camp.

Printmaking Academy

CFK 1031

Ages 11-17 Are you interested in developing or strengthen your foundation drawing and printmaking skills? You will have the opportunity to explore monoprinting, block printing and etching as well as create a portfolio of work highlighting skills developed in this boot camp. An official SUNY Ulster sketchbook will be provided to you and as an added benefit, all materials will be non-toxic! Educational Leader: Christopher Seubert, SUNY Ulster instructor and local artist will be assisted by SUNY Ulster Fine Art students. All materials will be provided. Materials fee: $15, payable in camp

Animation Academy

CFK 1032

Are you seeking an introduction into the skills and programs used to create animation? With advances in technology, animation is now more accessible than ever. Learn foundational techniques in 2D and Stop-Motion Animation, or expand on skills you already have. Prior animation experience is not required! You should be comfortable using a computer. The morning sessions will cover the history of animation through screenings, demonstrations of techniques and critiques. The afternoon sessions will focus on skill building through hands-on activities. Participating students will: -Learn the basics of 2D and Stop Motion Animation: *Programs and Equipment *Frame Rate *Export Settings *Timing *Art Direction for Animation -Increase their knowledge of industry standards for animation -Create and Animate a Stop Motion Puppet -Collaborate on a group animation -Learn the basics of Open Toonz, the animation software used by Studio Ghibli -Receive feedback on portfolios -Learn the history of Animation All materials will be provided, although you will be encouraged to source items from home. Educational Leader: Adrielle Farr works as the Creative Director at KXB Studio, and as the Director of Art & Cultural Affairs for the City of Kingston. KXB Studio works to provide education services, while also working as a professional animation studio. She has previously worked with The Department of Regional Art Workers and the Kingston Library to provide animation education.

Fashion Design Camp Ages 8-11

CFK 1577

Ages 8-11 Are you interested in fashion or plan to be a fashion designer then this is the camp for you! In this boot camp, you will spend half the day in the sewing lab, and the other half in the arts studio. In the sewing lab, you will learn sewing and basic construction and create an original project. The sewing lab comes complete with cutting tables, dress forms, sewing machines, sergers and industrial irons. In the art studio, you will have a Project Runway experience with design challenges, a team and a deadline. You will also learn how to construct the fashion figure plus how to draw and design skirts, blouses, dresses and pants. If you know how to sew or draw, that is great, if not, we will teach you. The instructor-to-camper ratio is 1:4/5. Materials fee: $15, payable in camp. KRISTIN FLYNN, Program Coordinator and Assistant Professor of Fashion Design, will be guiding you through introductory fashion projects with the assistance of SUNY Ulster Fashion Design Program graduates. Since graduating from Parson School of Design with a BFA in fashion design Kristin has had a highly successful career in the fashion industry. She has had years of hands-on experience at the international global level, from high-end design studios to the factory floor. She has worked with top companies including Nike, Ellen Tracy, and Liz Claiborne. As a senior designer and manager she traveled the world and designed for the USA Olympic Barcelona teams as well as individual celebrities including Madonna.

Fashion Design Camp Ages 12-15

CFK 1578

Ages 12-15 Are you interested in fashion or plan to be a fashion designer then this is the camp for you! In this boot camp, you will spend half the day in the sewing lab, and the other half in the arts studio. In the sewing lab, you will learn sewing and basic construction and create an original project. The sewing lab comes complete with cutting tables, dress forms, sewing machines, sergers and industrial irons. In the art studio, you will have a Project Runway experience with design challenges, a team and a deadline. You will also learn how to construct the fashion figure plus how to draw and design skirts, blouses, dresses and pants. If you know how to sew or draw, that is great, if not, we will teach you. The instructor-to-camper ratio is 1:4/5. Materials fee: $15, payable in camp. KRISTIN FLYNN, Program Coordinator and Assistant Professor of Fashion Design, will be guiding you through introductory fashion projects with the assistance of SUNY Ulster Fashion Design Program graduates. Since graduating from Parson School of Design with a BFA in fashion design Kristin has had a highly successful career in the fashion industry. She has had years of hands-on experience at the international global level, from high-end design studios to the factory floor. She has worked with top companies including Nike, Ellen Tracy, and Liz Claiborne. As a senior designer and manager she traveled the world and designed for the USA Olympic Barcelona teams as well as individual celebrities including Madonna.

FashionDesign Printmaking Camp

CFK 1856

Ages 8-11 In this camp, you will learn how to create unique, one of a kind fashion pieces using various printmaking and design techniques. Students will then learn or advance their sewing skills while creating a project with their printed fabric in a fully equipped sewing lab. No previous knowledge of sewing or printmaking is required. Educational Leader: Calista Allen graduated from the SUNY Ulster Fashion Program and is currently designing for Karina Dresses, a successful dress company in Uptown Kingston. She is also the founder/designer of the children's line, Cali B Kids, which launched in 2018. Materials fee: $15, payable in camp on the first day

FashionDesign Printmaking Camp

CFK 1857

Ages 12-15 In this camp, you will learn how to create unique, one of a kind fashion pieces using various printmaking and design techniques. Students will then learn or advance their sewing skills while creating a project with their printed fabric in a fully equipped sewing lab. No previous knowledge of sewing or printmaking is required. Educational Leader: Calista Allen graduated from the SUNY Ulster Fashion Program and is currently designing for Karina Dresses, a successful dress company in Uptown Kingston. She is also the founder/designer of the children's line, Cali B Kids, which launched in 2018. Materials fee: $15, payable in camp on the first day

Revit Architecture Camp

CFK 1946

If you are fascinated with the SIM's software then you will be interested in using the Revit software to create buildings. You will learn the basics to produce 3D virtual buildings in this architectural based camp and is good for anyone interested in the field of Architecture. Educational Leader: Salvatore Ligotino, a SUNY Ulster Assistant Professor of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) department. He is also an Ellenville Little League board member and an Ellenville Senior Girls Softball Manager.

3D Printing Camp

CFK 1947

Experience 3D printing using Makerbot printers as well as learn some of the operation and maintenance of the Makerbot printers. You will learn the basics of 3D printing using the solid modeling software Inventor Professional 2018. Educational Leader: Salvatore Ligotino, a SUNY Ulster Assistant Professor of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) department. He is also an Ellenville Little League board member and an Ellenville Senior Girls Softball Manager.

Building Analyst Written Exam

DCB 1025

Written exam for Building Analyst

CASAC - Section IV

DCB 1040

Section IV: Professional and Ethical Responsibilities 45 Course Hours Counselor-Client Relationships Ethical Decision Making and Conduct Confidentiality and Legal Issues Counselor Wellness Child Abuse and Maltreatment: Mandated Reporter Training

Building Analyst Field Test

DCB 1143

The BPI Field Test will be given by appointment. Testing will be done in our Kelder Test House located in Stone Ridge, NY. Field tests are subject to a $200 non-refundable fee.


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