Personal Enrichment Center

Fall 2015 - Enrichment BrochureThe Personal Enrichment Center is dedicated to fulfilling the goals of the college's mission statement by offering continuing education courses and programs which will provide cultural, social, and recreational activities to the community.

A selection of personal development courses in areas such as languages, arts and crafts, dancing, music and theatre, health, sports, and fitness, senior programs, and children's programs are offered each semester.


Fall 2015 Schedule

Acting & Comedy
The Stand Up Comedy Workshop
Ever wonder how, stand up comics can make a room of people laugh with only a microphone? Always wanted to give it a try, but it seemed too scary? Want to improve your confidence, spark your self-esteem, and gain the ability to speak in front of others? In this course, you will learn the secrets that will assist you in the process such as timing, structure, and pace. This workshop is excellent for actors looking to add another craft, people in the workplace who wish to gain public speaking skills, and those interested in starting a career in the art of stand up comedy. Vince Valentine, Professional Comedian and Star of Broadway’s One Person Comedy, “Defending the Caveman” will show you how to write, perform and produce Stand Up Comedy. A book for the course will be recommended for purchase at an additional cost.
CE.ENR 004-51    8 sessions    M, 9/21 – 11/9
Cost: $85  Blackwood Location 7-9 p.m.

Basic Photography and Presentation
No matter what camera you use, you can enjoy creating great images. This class will introduce students to the many exciting areas of photography. We will review basic camera operation, lighting, composition and everything you need to take better pictures. We will also focus on presentation and what to do with all those images. Class assignments, which are optional, will be encouraged to help enhance your creative side.
CE.ENR 001-51 7 sessions   M, 9/21 – 11/2
Cost: $85 Blackwood Location 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Floral Design
This course will teach students to create actual floral designs. Students must be prepared to purchase flowers from the instructor each week to use for the floral creations (approximately $15-$20). In addition, students will need to bring a knife, wire cutters, and scissors to each class session.
CE.ENR 002-51    10 sessions     T, 9/15 – 11/17
Cost: $65 Blackwood Location 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Photography Using Portraits and Lighting
In this specialized photography class, you will learn how to use natural light, studio lights, small flash, and other equipment to create beautiful portraits. Learn how to use camera settings to create the images you have always imagined. In the class, you will discover how to pose and work with subjects, and we will also study the works of master photographers and discuss their techniques. Any images that class participants would like to have reviewed for a friendly critique of the techniques learned in class is encouraged. At the end of class, students will have gained the knowledge needed to create the type of portrait images they have always envisioned.
CE.ENR 215-51    6 sessions    W, 9/30 – 11/4
Cost: $65 Blackwood Location 6:30-8:30 p.m.

The Visual, Performing and Communication Arts department and the Division of Continuing Education are proud to present the “Community Music Center” at Camden County College! The goal of this program is to offer musical opportunities for all members of our community. Whether you want to play in a band, sing in an ensemble, beat on a drum, learn to improvise, read music, write a song or just become more informed about a special topic in music such as, recording, history, or theory, we’ll have options for you all year round at affordable prices. As the Community Music Center grows, we’ll have offerings for literally all ages from toddlers to seniors. We look forward to a very musical future with our entire community! Please contact Professor Michael Billingsley of the Visual, Performing and Communication Arts department atmbillingsley@camdencc.edufor more information.

Sing & Play
This course will bring together the elements of sing and play. Whether you are interested in singing or just playing, this is the program for you. Play will bring the tradition of the “Concert Band” into the 21st Century. Instead of selecting only instruments of the European/American concert-band tradition, Play will be open to literally all instruments. Prior reading skills are not a requirement as Play will learn most of its repertoire the way lots of bands do – by ear. Participants must provide their own instruments at each rehearsal and be familiar with how to find and produce the right notes. This will be a place where musicians can learn to rock, funk, ‘folk’ and swing. If you have an instrument (any instrument at all) just sitting in a closet, dust it off and come play with us! Sing is the main ensemble for, well what else, singing! This ensemble will emphasize expressive singing, intonation, interpreting lyrics, harmony, phrasing, rhythm and arranging in a group setting. All songs will with be performed with Play (our “concert” band) in a dynamic concert held at the end of the session. So whether you just love singing around the house or are a seasoned veteran of choirs, this is a great, and maybe the only, opportunity to hang out with other singers and belt out the great pop and rock songs of our time.
CE.ENR 169-51    8 sessions     M, 9/21 – 11/9
Cost: $75   Blackwood Location   6:30-7:30 p.m.

Join us for fun and relaxation by learning to dance! Learn a selection of the most popular dances found today. Register early; classes fill quickly! Classes held at Blackwood Campus.

Swing/Jitterbug Dancing
Whether it be called Lindy, Boogie Woogie or Swing, the Jitterbug isstill a classic American dance. Jitterbug is done to the music of BigBand, Rock ‘N’ Roll, and Country. Learn the timing, basic movements,turns, and more.
CE.ENR 020-51 5 sessions F, 9/25 – 10/23
Cost: $50 Blackwood Location 8-9 p.m.

More Swing Dancing
This course is a continuation of the beginning Swing class. In thisclass, you will learn additional moves such as the Pretzel, Tunnel,Lindy Wheel, and more.
CE.ENR 033-51 5 sessions F, 10/30 – 12/4
Cost: $50 Blackwood Location 8-9 p.m.

Social Dancing

Be able to dance at any social event. This course is geared towardthose with little or no dancing experience. Our techniques makedancing fun and easy to learn. This course will include steps in theFox Trot, Waltz, Slow Dancing, Jitterbug, and Latin Rhythms whichwill be applied to both classic and current music.
CE.ENR 018-51 5 sessions F, 9/25 – 10/23
Cost: $50 Blackwood Location 7-8 p.m.


More Social Dancing
Now that you have learned the basic steps of social dancing, thisintermediate class will keep the momentum going! We will learnadditional movements in the Fox Trot, Waltz, Cha Cha, Jitterbug, andslow dancing.
CE.ENR 019-51 5 sessions F, 10/30 – 12/4
Cost: $50 Blackwood Location 7-8 p.m.


Ballroom Dancing for Couples

Should you be “dancing with the stars?” The techniques taught inthis course makes learning to dance fun and easy for everyone tolearn. Whether you are invited to a party, wedding, or getting marriedyourself, this course will help you to be more comfortable on thedance floor. This 8-week course is geared toward those with little orno dancing experience and will include the basic steps in Fox Trot,Waltz, Tango, Jitterbug, and Latin. Come join the fun.
CE.ENR 105-51 8 sessions M, 9/21 – 11/9

$75 per person Blackwood Location 7-8:30 p.m.


More Ballroom
This course is a continuation of Ballroom Dancing for Couples.
CE.ENR 121-51 5 sessions 11/16 – 12/14
Cost: $50 Blackwood Location M, 7-8 p.m.


Fitness Line Dancing
Come join in the fun of this special 8-week exercise dancingprogram. This class offers something for everyone. You will learnline dances that you can enjoy at any party from the Big Band erathrough the millennium. We will also cover some of the favoriteslike the Electric Slide, the new Cha Cha Slide and oldies like theWanderer, Soul City Walk and a mix of Country Dancing to make yousweat a little. Bring yourself and your friends and enjoy a night out.
CE.ENR 197-51 8 sessions S, 9/26 – 11/14
Cost: $99 Blackwood Location 12:30-1:30 p.m.


Salsa and Mergenue
This course will introduce you to the steps and hip action of dancesmade popular in Latin American. You will feel the Latin rhythm asyou move across the dance floor in this fun and exhilarating class.
CE.ENR 174-51 5 sessions R, 9/24 – 10/22
Cost: $50 Blackwood Location 8-9 p.m.

50s & 60s Dance Party
The eras of the 50s and 60s come alive in this new, exciting danceclass. Dances will include partner dancing, such as Cha-Cha andLindy, group dances, and line dances. Many of the dances were carriedon to other eras such as the Stroll, Bristol Stomp and the Twist.Come and join the fun of dancing. Partners are not required.
CE.ENR 097-51 5 sessions R, 9/24 – 10/22
Cost: $50 Blackwood Location 7-8 p.m.


Disco Dancing

DO THE HUSTLE! The dance from the 1970’s is back and becomingpopular. Come and learn the timing, basic movements, turns andvariations. This course will also include line dances from this era.Partners are not required.
CE.ENR 055-51 5 sessions 10/29 – 12/3
Cost: $50 Blackwood Location R, 7-8 p.m.


More Salsa and Merengue Dance
This course is a continuation of basic Salsa and Merengue and addsthe Batchata rhythm for more fun! Come and join the fun of dancing.Partners are not required.
CE.ENR 172-51 5 sessions 10/29 – 12/3
Cost: $50 Blackwood Location R, 8-9 p.m.

Yoga Basics
This class provides the basics of Hatha Yoga, the yoga of physical fitness. It is for you whether you have done yoga before or not,
as long as you are in generally good health. In each class, we will stretch, learn Asanas (yoga postures), Pranayamas (breath techniques), and experience deep relaxation meditations. As we move through the course, we will be building a program that addresses every aspect of your health and well-being. It is designed to enhance the quality of your life.
CE.ENR 181-51 15 sessions M, 9/14 – 12/21
Cost: $139 Blackwood Location 6-7:30 p.m.

Self Protection System (Basic & Intermediate)
The special classes for the Basic and Intermediate Self Protection represents the benefits of the right continuation of Japanese organized Striking Styles Skills. The old burden of the generations is to share the benefit of the original Military Fighting Systems. The Basic and Intermediate classes are designed to study the physical and mental skills of TenJin ShinYo Ryu’s Jyujyutsu and GoShinjyutsu Systems. Rank testing is provided for students who acquire the right knowledge and understanding. Calvin Lester, Shihan (Teacher)

Basic Self Protection
CE.ENR 015-51 15 sessions T, R, 10/6 – 11/24
$89 (tuition: $50, materials: $39)    Blackwood 7:30-9 p.m.

Intermediate Self Protection

For all students who have completed the basic skills and are ready to study the middle and upper level skills.
CE.ENR 016-51    15 sessions    T, R, 10/6 – 11/24
$89 (tuition: $50, materials: $39)    Blackwood   7:30-10 p.m.
Reiki - Level I Certification Program**
The Japanese word “Reiki” means universal life force energy and also refers to the technique of hands-on healing that uses this energy to restore physical, emotional, and mental balance. Reiki can be used whenever touch is used to provide caring to others. It can be used by healthcare staff with their patients, parents with their children, and by pet owners with their pets. Reiki is supportive of psychological as well as physical healing. Hands-on energy work enhances the body’s natural restorative abilities and supports conscious work in changing unhealthful patterns over time. A gentle, non-invasive, highly complementary holistic health practice, Reiki must be experienced to be appreciated. The class consists of lecture, demonstration, “empowerment” or transfer of energy, and practice in giving and receiving Reiki. Please dress comfortably and bring a pillow, blanket, and bottled water to class. A specialized manual is available for purchase from the instructor. Certification is provided upon successful completion of this level.

CE.ENR 210-01    1 session    S, 10/3
Cost: $125    Blackwood    9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Reiki – Level II Certification Program**
For those who have completed Reiki I, Reiki II provides further enhancement of mental, emotional, and spiritual healing processes for individuals. Reiki II provides an explanation of symbols, demonstration of mental and emotional balancing techniques, and the use of Reiki for long distance healing. Class includes lecture, second degree “empowerment” or energy transfer, and full session for giving and receiving Reiki using all techniques and symbols learned. Please dress comfortably and bring a pillow and blanket to class. You may also bring bottled water to drink. The manual from Reiki I will be used in class. If you do not have one, it may be purchased from the instructor. Certification is provided upon successful completion of this level. Verification of completion of Reiki I required.
CE.ENR 211-01     1 session U, 10/4
Cost: $190    Blackwood    9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

** AHNA (American Holistic Nurses Association) and NCTMB (National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork) contact hours are available for Reiki I and Reiki II. An optional Reiki I & II class DVD is available for purchase from instructor.

Interior Decorating I
This program in interior decorating is designed for those who wish to enrich their decorating skills. You will learn the elements of interior decorating and how to develop your design sense. Through lectures, projects, and hands-on demonstration, we will study color theory and schemes, harmonious designs, and motifs. The following course topics will be included: the decorating process, the measuring process, design principles, color theory and design, lighting,- textiles, flooring, walls and ceilings, windows, doors, and fireplaces, furniture selection, space planning, accessorizing and starting your decorating business. To aid in the decorating process instruction, students may wish to purchase a magnetic room design kit. Instructor will provide information on the kit during the class.
CE.ENR 178-51    6 sessions    T, 9/22 – 10/27
Cost: $229 Blackwood Campus 6-9 p.m.

Interior Decorating II
Prerequisite: Interior Decorating Level I
In this advanced class, students will continue to develop their interior decorating skills by participating in a hands-on project to decorate a room from start to finish. We will focus on selecting paint colors, choosing furniture, proper lighting, selecting window treatments and flooring, finding the perfect accessories, and developing a floor plan. Students will need to have a Kelli-kit, paint deck, color wheel, camera, and blank design board for class.
CE.ENR 194-51    6 sessions    T, 11/3 – 12/8
Cost: $229 Blackwood Campus 6-9 p.m.

Home Staging
Staging is the art and science of making a home more inviting and appealing to potential buyers. Learn the strategies of this art to make your home stand out in this competitive market. In this course, you will learn the many benefits of preparing a home before listing it on the market. Specific topics covered will be: furniture placement, use of color, and proper organization of space. The course will contain a hands-on learning experience in sample homes that are in preparation to sell.
CE.ENR 148-51    2 sessions    W, 10/14 – 10/21
Cost: $109 Blackwood Location 6-9 p.m.

American Sign Language I
This class is an introductory course for the beginner or those with minimal exposure to sign language. The fundamental skills including basic vocabulary and linguistic information required for effective communication with the hearing impaired will be introduced. Textbook is required at an additional cost.
CE.LNG 001-51    8 sessions    W, 9/23 – 11/11
Cost: $85 Blackwood Location 6-8 p.m.

Conversational Italian I
In this course, you will learn the basics of vocabulary for conversing in Italian for social and travel situations. Basic grammar needed for personal, social, and travel will be stressed along with a brief introduction to Italian culture. No prior knowledge of Italian is required for this course.
CE.LNG 021-51    6 sessions    M, 9/21 – 10/26
Cost: $69 Blackwood Location 6-8 p.m.

Conversational Italian II
This course will explore a deeper understanding and more in-depth expression of the language. Students will continue to build upon conversation skills. In addition, we will explore the culture of Rome and its neighborhoods. 
CE.LNG 009-51    6 sessions    M, 11/2 – 12/7
Cost: $69 Blackwood Location 6-8 p.m.

Conversational Spanish I
This course introduces Conversational Spanish used in personal and business situations. Basic grammar, vocabulary for the workplace, and Hispanic cultural beliefs will be covered. Communicate more effectively by learning to use idiomatic expressions and vocabulary specific to
Spanish-speaking people. No prior knowledge of Spanish is required.
CE.LNG 003-51    6 sessions    T, 9/22 – 10/27
Cost: $69 Blackwood Location 6-8 p.m.

Conversational Spanish II
This course continues to enrich your Spanish vocabulary and your ability to communicate effectively.
CE.LNG 004-51    6 sessions    T, 11/3 – 12/8
Cost: $69 Blackwood Location 6-8 p.m.

Conversational French I
This course introduces students to the colorful and romantic language of the French culture. The class will cover greetings, practical phrases, shopping, ordering in a restaurant, asking for help and directions, and other simple requests. Cultural customs of this beautiful country will also be discussed. This class is designed for students with no prior knowledge of the French language.
CE.LNG 006-51    6 sessions    T, 9/15 – 10/20
Cost: $69 Blackwood Location 6-8 p.m.

Conversational French II
This course continues to enrich the French vocabulary that you have developed in level I. In addition, your ability to communicate effectively
in the French language will continue to be refined. We will also resume our discussions of French customs and culture.
CE.LNG 007-51    6 sessions    T, 10/27 – 12/1
Cost: $69 Blackwood Location 6-8 p.m.

About Our Faculty: The English as a Second Language classes offered through the Division of Continuing Education are taught by the highly credentialed faculty of Camden County College. Students will benefit greatly from their knowledge and extensive experience.

Accent Reduction – Pronunciation Perfect I
Prerequisite: 30 hours of ESL instruction or a conversation with the ESL advisor.
Improve your spoken English to be understood and feel more comfortable and confident in business and social situations. This class practices many accent problem areas of the English language common to speakers of different language backgrounds, such as American English sound/spelling patterns, word endings, syllables, stress, rhythm and intonation. 3.0 CEUs
CE.ESL 005-69    30 hours    S, 10/3 – 12/12 (no class 11/28)
Cost: $325     ROH 213     9 a.m.-12 p.m.
(Tuition $100; lab fees $175; text & materials $50)

English For Beginners
Prerequisite: Conversation with the ESL advisor
This class is for non-English speakers who have little to no knowledge of the English language. Students will learn grammar, reading, writing and conversation skills on a beginner level. 3.0 CEUs
CE.ESL 007-69    30 hours    10/3 – 12/12 (no class 11/28)
Cost: $225 Rohrer Center, room 214 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
(Tuition: $75; lab fees $100; text & materials $50)

Everyday English - Basic
Prerequisite: Conversation with the ESL advisor
This class is for non-English speakers who have some knowledge of the English language. Students will learn grammar, reading, writing and conversation skills on an entry-intermediate level. An assessment test will be given by the instructor the first day of class. 3.0 CEUs
CE.ESL 001-65    30 hours    M & W, 9/28 – 11/16
Cost: $325     ROH 212     6-8 p.m. (Tuition: $100; lab fees $175; text & materials $50)

Everyday English - Intermediate
Prerequisite: Conversation with the ESL advisor
This class is for non-English speakers who have some knowledge of the English language that serves as a continuation of the Everyday English I class. Students will learn grammar, reading, writing and conversation skills on an intermediate level. An assessment test will be given by the instructor the first day of class. 3.0 CEUs
CE.ESL 002-65    30 hours     M & W, 11/30 – 1/27
Cost: $325     ROH 212    6-8 p.m. (Tuition: $100; lab fees $175; text & materials $50)

Alternate Route to Teacher Education Program
The New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey Program is a statewide consortium among New Jersey City University, collaborating NJ community colleges, and affiliated school districts in New Jersey to provide alternate route education certification programs to qualified candidates. Students may take the program for continuing education or for graduate credit into the Master of Arts in Teaching Program. 
Candidates will be admitted into the program if they meet the following criteria:
• Bachelor’s degree
• Cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher for last degree earned
• Major in the appropriate field for subject or a license
• Passing score on the appropriate Praxis II exam and CE

The academic program consists of two stages. Stage I is a 45-hour program and guided in-class observations yielding either four (4) graduate credits or taken as a continuing education course beginning in early summer. Credits are awarded by NJCU. Stage II is a 140 hour program yielding 11 graduate credits or taken as a continuing education course, which continues after Stage I from September through June. 

The program takes approximately one year to complete. It begins in the summer semester and continues throughout the academic year until its completion the following June. If you have not taken the PRAXIS II exam, log onto for information so you can be ready for the NPTNJ Program in June 2015. Preparation for admission into the program can take several months.
Not eligible for tuition waivers

Online Courses Offered through EducationToGo
A variety of online courses are offered on a monthly basis through EducationToGo in the education field.

• Classroom Discipline
• Integrating Technology
• The Inclusive Classroom
• Teaching Math
• Teaching Science
• Creating a Classroom Website
• Working with Learning
Disabled Students
• Differentiated Instruction
To register, please visit and select your courses and start dates.

NPTNJ 24-Hour Pre-Service Program in K-12 Subject Matter
Applying for a Certificate of Eligibility? Here is your first step: New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey is pleased to offer the new “24-hour Pre-Service Program” required for alternate route candidates who apply for a Certificate of Eligibility (CE). This course is a prerequisite of the NJ Department of Education for all CE applications received after October 30, 2009. NOTE: Individuals submitting a CE application prior to October 31 are not required to take this

An Overview of the Teaching Profession, Classroom Management, Assessment Tools, Lesson Plans, Learning Strategies, Job Search Strategies for Teachers, Diversity in the Classroom, The Implementation of Technology, Classroom Observations. This is a continuing education course with 20 hours of class work and a 4-hour classroom observation requirement. Upon successful completion, students will receive a certificate, as required by the NJ Department of Education, which documents their program completion. The certificate must be included in the CE application packet. Does not support P-3 certification. 

CE.ALT 004-51      6 sessions      M, 9/21 – 10/26
Cost: $275 Blackwood Campus  6-9:20 p.m.
(book included)


CE.ALT 004-52      6 sessions      M, 11/2 – 12/7
Cost: $275 Blackwood Campus 6-9:20 p.m.
(book included)

Camden County College with Ed2Go
Camden County College is pleased to be partnered with EducationToGo (Ed2Go), a leading provider of online training, to provide an array of courses in numerous areas such as allied health, computers, business, paralegal and personal enrichment. All you need to get started is a computer with internet access, an e-mail address and a web browser. All instruction takes place on your computer at home or at work during the hours you choose. All online courses are six weeks, and students are granted to lessons through their online instruction each week. Each lesson is accompanied by an interactive discussion area. Quizzes and tests
are part of the course to enable you to assess your understanding. After successful completion of the course, you are able to download a letter of completion for your records. We recommend that you visit the website,, to review the course outline, special software or book requirements, and sample lessons before you register. See the chart below for specific start dates of each monthly section.

Section # Course Dates
Start Date 
01   September 16 – October 23 Sept. 16
02   October 14 – November 20 Oct. 14
03 November 11 – December 18 Nov. 11
04  December 9 – January 15 Dec. 9

Visit our website at for a complete course listing. Here is a sampling of the course subjects available online:
• Accounting and Finance
• Business
• Management
• Project Management
• Grant Writing
• Sales and Marketing
• Business Communications
• Computer Applications
• Microsoft
• Adobe Software
• Digital Photography
• Graphic Design
• Web Design
• Computer Programming
• Database Management
• Networking and Security
• Web Technology
• Health Care and Medical
• Languages
• Creative Writing
• Multimedia Design
• Law and Legal
• Personal Enrichment
• Test Preparation
• Teaching and Education

1. Log onto to select your courses(s) and start date.
2. Once you select your course(s), click the “enroll now” button and follow the steps indicated to complete your registration and provide payment.
3. Complete the required orientation which will allow you to choose your user name and password that you will use during the course. If you are a new student, click to create a new username and password. If you are a returning online student, you can use the same username and password that you did before. If you have registered for more than one course, you will need to complete the orientation process for each class.
4. On the day of the start date you chose, return to the online instruction center and click the classroom link to begin your studies.
*Please note that course discounts or waivers are not accepted for online courses and programs.

Camden County College with Gatlin Education
Camden County College is pleased to be partnered with Gatlin Education, an Ed2Go leading provider of online career certificate programs, to provide an array of training programs in numerous areas such as health care, IT and software development, media and design, hospitality, sustainable energy, and management and corporate. All you need to get started is a computer with internet access, an e-mail address, and a web-browser. All instruction takes place on your computer at home or at work during the hours you choose. To review the course outlines, required materials, etc. for the career programs, please visit Gatlin’s website at

Please visit for the entire course catalog. The following is a brief listing of the career programs available through Gatlin Education:
• Medical Coding and Billing
• Medical Transcriptionist
• Administrative Medical Specialist with Medical Coding/ Billing and Terminology
• Marketing Design Certificate
• Multimedia Arts Certificate
• Web Design Certificate
• Video Game Design and Development
• Certified Wedding Planner
• Event Management and Design
• Graphic Design with Photoshop CS5
• Human Resource Professional
• Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
• Chartered Tax Professional
• Six Sigma Green
• Six Sigma Black
• AutoCAD 3D
• Comp TIA A+
• Comp TIA Security+
• Forensic Computer Examiner
• Microsoft Web Developer
• Web Applications Developer

1. Choose your desired program and start date. Complete your registration and payment with
2. You will receive an e-mail from them providing your username and password. Once you receive this information, you are able to begin the program.

Becoming a Novelist
Have you ever thought of writing a book but didn’t know how tostart? In this course, we will explore the process of book writingfrom the idea process through publishing and marketing. Topics willinclude story selection, story development, writer’s block, editing,publishing and character.
CE.ENR196-51       6 sessions      R, 9/24 – 10/29
Cost: $60       Blackwood Location      6:30-8:30 pm

Blogging Basics
Blogging is becoming more than a hobby and many are turning it into a business. Whether you want to create a blog for family, about a hobby, to propel a social cause, or for financial gain, this class is for you. This course guides students through everything needed for a successful blog including blog design, posting guidelines, finding and attracting new audiences, and earning money with your blog. Whether you are a computer guru or have no knowledge about computers, this class has something for everyone.
CE.ENR 213-51      6 sessions       T, 9/29 – 11/3
Cost: $60       Blackwood Location       6:30-8:30 p.m.

Tools and Tips for Today’s Job-Seekers and Career-Changers
Are you searching for a job or considering a career change? If so, this is the seminar for you. This seminar will address professional resume and cover letter writing, job search strategies, ways to strengthen your interviewing skills, and Web resources and tools such as LinkedIn and job posting websites. Challenges related to today’s job market as well as ways to overcome these challenges will be addressed. This course is designed to provide tips and tools to job-seekers and career-changers of any age, work experience, and educational level.
CE.ENR 220-51       4 sessions      T, 10/6 – 10/27
Cost: $79      Blackwood Location     6-8 p.m.

Camden County is pleased to offer the following courses to senior adults over the age of 55. Please join us for these
special classes where learning never stops!

Basic Computer Skills for Seniors
This course is designed for the mature adult who has had little or no experience with personal computers. In this class, individuals will become familiar with terminology, computer components, making a computer purchase, and hardware and software. Individuals will also develop their skills in keyboarding, mastering the mouse through point and click activities. This class is designed for the first-time user.
CE.SEN 007-21    2 sessions        T, R, 9/15 – 9/17
Cost: $50    Rohrer Center, room 103    9 a.m.-12 noon

Introduction to the Internet for Seniors
Connect to the world wide web! This hands-on course will teach you how to navigate the internet, visit web sites, and understand how to use e-mail, mailing lists, and newsgroups. Cruise on the superhighway and learn how to communicate with your grandchildren and friends on the internet. Individuals must have completed the
Introduction to Personal Computers and Windows courses or have a working knowledge of both prior to registering for this class. A review of these topics is not included in the class.
CE.SEN 003-21    2 sessions         T, R, 9/22 – 9/24
Cost: $50    Rohrer Center, room 103    9 a.m.-12 noon

Introduction to E-mail Basics
This hands-on course will teach you to use the fundamental points of using e-mail. You will learn how to send, retrieve, and forward e-mails. In addition, you will learn how to use the address book and send and receive photographs and attachments. E-mail opens a whole new way to communicate fast with friends and family.
CE.SEN 016-21    2 sessions         T, R, 9/29 – 10/1
Cost: $50 Rohrer Center, room 103 9 a.m.-12 noon

Understanding Social Security
Social Security is a greatly misunderstood federal program that when properly utilized can be a very important part of your retirement
plan. After learning about starting ages and benefits, how married couples can plan for maximum benefits, and how divorces affect benefits, you will have a much greater understanding and also appreciation of the social security plan.
CE.SEN 018-51    1 session    T, 10/13
Cost: $25 Blackwood Location 6:30-8 p.m.

Understanding Medicare
This course will assist you in gaining knowledge on managing health care expenses in retirement. We will cover topics such as when to sign up for Medicare, what does it cover, how much does it costs, etc. Also, discussed will be how to plan for health care expenses during retirement.
CE.SEN 019-51    1 session    R, 10/8
Cost: $25 Blackwood Location 6:30-8 p.m.



Registration for any of our courses may be accomplished through: 


Online Registration 


You can register and pay online through WebAdvisor. You will need a credit card and the course code number(s). 


Register and Pay for Classes 


Mail-in Registration 

Download and complete the Registration Form. Payment for mail registration may be in the form of check, Visa, Discover or MasterCard.

Mail completed form and payment to: 

Camden County College 

Continuing Education 

200 College Drive 

Blackwood, NJ 08012


Walk-in Registration - Office Hours* 

Blackwood Campus
Taft Hall,
Student Services Center

Monday - Friday

8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Camden Campus
Second Floor,
Technology Center

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

William G. Rohrer Center
Cherry Hill
Information Desk

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Regional Emergency Training Center
420 N. Woodbury-Turnersville Rd. Blackwood

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 * hours are subject to change 


For additional assistance, you may reach us at: (856) 874-6004